23rd INTERPOL Police Training Symposium Kicks off Tomorrow in Riyadh

Sunday 1444/2/29 - 2022/09/25
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Riyadh, September 25, 2022, SPA -- Under the theme of Law Enforcement Training for a Post-Pandemic World, the INTERPOL Police Training Symposium, organized by the International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol) and hosted by Naif Arab University for Security Sciences (NAUSS) in Riyadh, will kick off tomorrow, with the participation of 450 experts and security and legal specialists from around the world.
The three-day symposium will discuss mechanisms for training law enforcement agencies after the Corona pandemic, reviewing difficulties and success stories, and best practices during the pandemic, as well as the importance of the ability to adapt to future emergencies and keep pace with global developments in digital police training, methods and challenges.
The first day of the symposium’s program includes a presentation of INTERPOL’s strategy for capacity-building and training 2022-2025, an examination of international experiences on how to respond to emergency scenarios and building flexible mechanisms to adapt to future emergencies, in addition to reviewing the efforts of members of the INTERPOL Global Academy in building and developing security capabilities.
On its second day, the symposium will discuss training techniques between the present and the future, as well as a review of the digital transformation of training at INTERPOL, in addition to discussing mechanisms to achieve sustainability in police training. The symposium also includes several panel discussions on digital leadership, adapting to modern technologies in law enforcement training, and cyber challenges facing online training programs and applications.
The symposium concludes its third day with a review of its work and outputs, and a set of recommendations that help law enforcement agencies apply best practices in training and police capacity building.
This biennial symposium is aimed at executives in national, regional, and international agencies involved in building the skills and capabilities of police personnel.
Hosting the event at NAUSS comes within the framework of the strategic partnership between the university and INTERPOL to contribute to combating crime and achieving international security, through the implementation of a set of joint scientific, training, and research programs.
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