12 June 2008

PR# 2008-248

ISAF Troops of Regional Command Capital support Kabul City Police

Over 20 Kabul City Police (KCP) officers attend a special six-week course organized by Camp Invicta. The course is designed to improve the KCP ability to react to crime.

KABUL, Afghanistan – Over 20 Kabul City Police (KCP) officers are improving their capability to react to crime thanks to a special six-week course organized in Camp Invicta.

An Italian Officer instructs Kabul City Police (KCP) officers who attended a special six-week course organized by Camp Invicta. The course is designed to improve the KCP ability to react to crime.

The training consist of three sections: the first is designed to increase their familiarity of the English language in order to improve the capability to conduct joint activities with ISAF troops; the second provides training on using modern techniques for collecting information; the last section explains how to develop operational planning.

ISAF’s Regional Command Capital (RC-C) is supporting the Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF) reconstruction through several training projects considered to be one of the main efforts of Reconstruction and Development.

Contact Information ISAF Public Affairs Office
Tel: +93 (0)799 51 1155 - Mobile: 0093 (0) 799 55 8291 pressoffice@hq.isaf.nato.int - www.nato.int/isaf/