Foundation, UNDP Train Over 600 Police Officers On Best Practices


By Diana Omueza

The Global Security Sector Reform Foundation (GS-Foundation) in collaboration with United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Police Reform and Transformation Office (PORTO) has trained more than 600 police officers on police reforms.

Mr Tunji Lardner, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), PORTO, disclosed this on Friday in Abuja at the end of the training programme on strengthening capacity building for police reforms.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the programme is executed under the Supporting Police Reform Processes in Nigeria Project funded by the Federal Foreign Office of the Government of Germany.

Lardner said that the training, which was done in batches had successfully exposed the police officers to global best practices in andragogy and adult education.

“Since December 2021, the project has been actively supporting the Federal Government of Nigeria’s implementation of its Police Reform agenda and contributing to the implementation…

Source: News Agency of Nigeria