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Int’l Association Of Police
Academies Admits LNP

The Liberia National Police Academy and Training School has been admitted into the International Association of Police Academies.
Liberia was admitted at the International Association of Police Academies along with Nigeria and Croatia.
This decision followed a careful examination of best practices and great presentation made by our head of Police Training, Deputy Inspector General for Training, Sabastine Farr at the just ended conference of heads of Police Academies in Bangladeshi.
The conference which lasted from September12-14, brought together 116 participants from various countries around the world.
As many of you may be interested in what this great news means for Liberia, such admittance of our Police Academy and Training School in the International Association of Police Academies now renders our trainings and awards with huge international recognition.
Additionally, Liberia now stands to benefit more international security trainings which will further enhance the capacities of our law enforcement officers.
Inspector General Patrick Sudue has boasted of the successes made by his administration since being afforded the opportunity to participate on UN Missions.
In his presentation at the United Nations Chiefs of Police Summit held at the UN Headquarters in New York under the theme: “Fostering Sustainable Peace and Development through United Nations Policing,” IG Sudue said currently, the Liberia National Police has a total of seven officers deployed in UNMISS with 25 percent female representation.
Representing Liberia for the first time at such event, he appreciated the United Nations for its continued support to the security sector of Liberia, especially the Liberia National Police.
He also expressed commitment of his administration in ensuring that the United Nations Headquarters SAAT team request of 25 percent females for deployment is adhered to while at the same time calling for more UN support towards building the capacities of LNP female officers for UN Mission readiness.
IG Sudue boasted of the excellent performances of the officers that have already been deployed on UN Mission which is bringing pride to Liberia as a post conflict nation.
Interestingly, this is the first time in the history of the Liberia National Police that our Inspector General has attended and given the opportunity to make remarks.
This achievement marks a turning point in the history of the Liberia National Police and the security sector of Liberia.

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