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The Seychelles Police has commissioned its new fleet of 36 vehicles, one of which is destined for the Seychelles Fire and Rescue Services Agency.
The fleet is a grant from the government of India at the request of former Home Affairs Minister Charles Bastienne.
Besides vehicles, the package also comprises spare parts, materials for uniforms and police accessories.
Present at the commissioning was Mitcy Larue, the current Minister for Home Affairs; acting high commissioner of India Anindya Banerjee, Commissioner of Police Reginald Elizabeth, among other officials and staff of the Seychelles Police.
The vehicles, consisting of jeeps, cars and dog pens, will be distributed to different units and stations of the force.
It was Mr Banerjee who handed over the keys of the vehicles to Compol Elizabeth who later on handed them over to each station commanders and officers in charge of units.
The units that have benefitted from the vehicles include the dog unit; Public Order and Tactical Responses Services; Criminal Investigation Department (CID); Traffic Police and police headquarters.
Police Dog Handlers
Gino Jean, Achille Agathine and Pierre Pothin from the Police Force have successfully undertaken a local training in the field of drugs and explosives detection andgeneral purpose work.They did so through a refresher course organised by the Seychelles Police Force in partnership with the Seychelles Civil Aviation Authority (SCAA).
The dog handlers received their certificate yesterday in a ceremony which took place at the Seychelles Police Academy, Pointe Larue.
Present at the ceremony were the Minister for Home Affairs Mitcy Larue, the Commissioner of Police Reginald Elizabeth, the chief executive (CEO) of SCAA Gilbert Faure, among other high police officers.
Commissioner Elizabeth stated that Seychelles has recognised the vital role that police dogs contribute to law enforcement.
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