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    Law enforcers urged to increase potential

    Lyna Mohamad

    It is very important for all agencies to always be committed to maintaining the level of preparedness and readiness in dealing with any security issues that may threaten the Sultanate, said Deputy Permanent Secretary (Laws), International and Research) at the Ministry of Home Affairs (MOHA) Haji Ahmad Nizam bin Dato Paduka Haji Ismail.

    And to achieve this goal, he added, it requires knowledge through learning to increase the capacity of officers continuously.

    The deputy permanent secretary said this at the first ever workshop on procedures in implementing law enforcement yesterday.

    He also hoped the workshop will be used as a platform in evaluating the level of effectiveness of the existing standard operating procedures (SOPs) and then to review them if necessary.

    The deputy permanent secretary also called on the workshop participants to take the opportunity to increase their capacity and potential and to identify gaps in terms of procedural, communication and logistical capabilities to further strengthen national security and safety.

    The workshop aimed to raise awareness and upgrade law enforcers skills, to provide exposure to the relevant officers and staff in carrying out their roles and implementing enforcement and ensuring the officers apply the acts and regulations according to their fields.

    It was participated by 40 officers from departments under the Ministry of Home Affairs (MoHA) at the ministry’s multipurpose Hall yesterday.

    Deputy Permanent Secretary (Laws, International and Research) at the Ministry of Home Affairs (MOHA) Haji Ahmad Nizam bin Dato Paduka Haji Ismail in a group photo with participants and officials. PHOTO: LYNA MOHAMAD
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