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African policers exchange experience in Jinan

The Seminar on Capacity Building for Senior Enforcement Officials from the INTERPOL Central Bureau in West Africa was held from Oct 25 to Nov 8 in Jinan, capital of East China's Shandong province.

The event was hosted by the Ministry of Public Security, Public Security Department of Shandong Province, and Jinan public security bureau. Twenty senior police officers from Angola, Burkina Faso, Gambia, Nigeria, and Chad took part.

The 15-day training event involved diverse topics, including discussions on cross-border economic crimes and Jinan's experiences in cracking down on cyber and drug crimes, visits to local companies, and a football match.

A Jinan police officer briefs attendees of the INTERPOL seminar on unmanned drones and facial recognition technology on Nov 5. [Photo/VCG]

The African officers also joined local policemen in traffic control, street patrol, and practical skills training. 

They also explored Chinese culture by visiting nearby cities such as Qingdao and Qufu and attending Chinese painting, calligraphy, and tai chi courses.

"It's a great opportunity to learn about China and talk with our Chinese counterparts," said the director of a public security bureau in Burkina Faso.

"I hope the seminar will strengthen international cooperation in law enforcement and promote the development of international police affairs," he added.

An African police officer learns traffic signals in Jinan on Nov 5. [Photo/VCG]



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