NCD Taskforce to start arms training

The NCD Taskforce unit will begin a week-long arms training.

The training will deal with the legal use of firearms and weapons handling.

The 45 police personnel will be up at the Bomana police college to undergo this vital aspect of training.

NCD metropolitan superintendent, Commander Perou N'Dranou, says so far, the unit members are maintaining endurance training with tactical aspects of the course now to be undertaken.

The unit is an initiative under the bylaws for the metropolitan command to establish an elite response unit in the city.

N'Dranou says the personnel have been under steady scrutiny and as such, he anticipates that more will be let go if they do not match up to training requirements.

Today food donations were given for ration purposes by the RH group of companies to help in the supply for training next week for the unit.

Training starts on Monday and wraps up on Friday.

Julianna Waeda