Nigeria Police to train personnel for 2015 elections

Nigerian Police

The Nigeria Police is set to train police officer for the upcoming 2015 general elections.

The training themed “Securing The 2015 General Elections”, is expected to commence on January 9 through January 15 at the Force Headquarters.

The training will cover courses like: Adult Learning Principles, Facilitation Skills, Decision Making, Use of Force, and Police and Election Security.

Other courses include: Code of Conduct, Standard Operations Guidelines and Scenario Based activities.

A publication on the police Facebook page said the training was developed with guidelines for police officers towards the 2015 General Elections.

The police is expected to play a vital security role at the 2015 elections scheduled for February 14, Presidential and National Assembly; February 28 for Gubernatorial and House of Representatives members.

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