Fifteen cadets of State Investigation and Protection Agency (SIPA) took the oath of office at SIPA premises in the East Sarajevo in front of the BiH Minister of Security, Fahrudin Radoncic.
By swearing in, they officially took over the position of junior inspector at SIPA. After being rigorously selected as part of the SIPA cadet recruitment procedure, 15 trainees attended and successfully completed basic police training for the rank of junior inspector, conducted by the Agency for Training and Professional Training.
Radoncic said that they are expected to work professionally and with dedication and that he is pleased that SIPA has been strengthened with young staff from today, and called on the cadets for maximum professionalism and dedication when performing their jobs and tasks in future workplaces.
SIPA Deputy Director Djuro Knezevic said that SIPA is proud to promote a total of 12 cadets, ie the ninth generation to the rank of junior inspector, and told them that it is a great honor and responsibility to be a SIPA police officer, that they are expected to perform the job of a police officer lawfully, professionally and honorably and always be in the service of citizens.
The ceremony was attended by the Directors of the Agency for Training and Professional Development of Personnel, Police Support Agency, Border Police of BiH, Directorate for Coordination of Police Bodies of BiH, Deputy Director of the Agency for Forensic Testing and Expertise, and representatives BiH Intelligence and Security Agencies, heads of SIPA organizational units and other guests.