The first drug control and law enforcement training program for Philippine officials was completed successfully on Oct.29 at Yunnan Police college, Yunnan Province, China. Altogether 50 PNP trainees attended the program.
During the 15-day training program, the PNP officers learned the overall situation of Chinese drug control, the Chinese anti-drug legislation, the anti-drug law enforcement cooperation and intelligence analysis. They also paid a visit to the Yunnan Provincial Anti-drug Education Base.
Mr. Guo Bao, president of Yunnan Police College spoke highly of the discipline and performance of the Philippine trainees. He pointed out that anti-drug campaign is a matter of national image, social stability and people’s welfare. Combating drug - related crimes requires the joint efforts from the international community. In the future, China and the Philippines will strengthen ties and exchanges, and jointly promote the law enforcement cooperation.
Yunnan Police College is the first Chinese police higher education institution to undertake foreign police training courses. During the past 14 years, the Yunnan Police College has conducted 123 training programs and has trained more than 2200 foreign trainees from 72 countries.