66 PNG Police officer cadets to begin three-year training

 SIXTY-SIX officer cadets will move into the Papua New Guinea  Bomana Police College next month to begin their training, says deputy police commissioner Joanne Clarkson.

“They will be doing three years of training,” she said.

Clarkson said they had yet to divide the cadets part of the first or second intake as they had an issue with space.

She said cadet wing capacity at the college stood at 28 spaces per intake.

This made it difficult to divide the group into two as they still would still not fit.

“From the 66 officer cadets, there are only four females,” she said.

Clarkson said during the first year of officer cadet training, they would undergo recruit training, followed by leadership training and then administrative training.

She said there were also periods of attachment with different stations in NCD.

“There may also be an attachment with Queensland police,” Clarkson said.

“They haven’t confirmed yet, but we are expecting a team to visit so we can go through that.”

Clarkson said that the attachment would take up three months of their training.

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