Four police officers from the Sierra Leone Police are set to benefit from an 8-week training programme at the International Security Training Centre in Egypt.

The four officers from the Sierra Leone Police include Superintendent Monica Johnson (Officer Commanding New England Ville Police Station), Superintendent Samuel Saio Conteh (Deputy Head Community Relations Department), Inspector Alieu Mansaray (Media and Community Relations Officer) and Mohamed Teteh Fofanah (Operations Support Division).

The Sierra Leone Police said the four officers were selected based on their “exceptional skills, dedication and potential to contribute to the advancement of policing practices in Sierra Leone”.

The four officers will benefit from community policing and human rights, leadership and terrorism.

It is expected that during the course/training, these officers will have the chance to network, exchange experiences and gain valuable insights from professionals and practitioners across the African continent,” the Sierra Leone Police said.

They said the participation of the four officers is a testament in their commitment to international peace, human rights and security.