A Maldivian Police Officer has been selected to work at the Interpol Headquarters.
Maldives Police Service Commissioner, Mohamed Hameed, Tweeted the news on Tuesday, stating that the officer will second a serving Chief Inspector to Interpol HQ in France for 3 years.
“The officer selection has been completed by Interpol and will be deployed by the end of this year, to work in a specialist crime unit,” he said in his Tweet.
He added that the opportunity demonstrates Maldives’ contribution to enhance the global effort to fight crime.
CP Hameed further stated that this would also put the Maldives Police flag “high among others in the international arena, and pave ways for MPS to further develop its capacity and capabilities.”
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