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Fifteen Cadets of the State Investigation and Protection Agency promoted

 

Fifteen cadets of the State Investigation and Protection Agency (SIPA) were promoted to the rank of “junior inspector” at the Agency for Training and Professional Development of Personnel on Tuesday. This is an XI generation who attended basic second-level police training at the Agency and earned the rank of “junior inspector”.

The cadets were congratulated by Branko Vukoja, Director of the Agency for Training and Professional Development of Personnel, Jasmin Gogic, Chief Inspector of SIPA and Mate Miletic, Assistant Minister of Security of BiH.

Referring to the past four months of training, Vukoja pointed out that the cadets took a serious approach to all segments of training, which was realized through 745 teaching and working hours, divided into two phases, namely theoretical instruction with practical exercises and situational teaching. The overall success of this generation is very good (4,3).

Emphasizing that they chose a respectable and responsible profession, Vukoja, Gogic and Miletic particularly emphasized the need for lifelong learning and training as a precondition for the successful fight against all forms of crime, with the aim of increasing the efficiency of police agencies.

 

 

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