Tuesday, October 2, 2007


SARAJEVO, Bosnia (October 2,2007) – After completing a six-month training session, 18 cadets took their oath as Junior Inspectors with the Biosnian Border Police yesterday at the brand-new and recently inaugurated Bosnian Border Police Headquarters in Sarajevo.

This is the first generation of cadets that was educated in accordance with the Law on Police Officials and the new curriculum that has recently been harmonized for all law enforcement agencies in Bosnia and adjusted to EU standards.

Vinko Dumancic, head of the Bosnian Border Police, handed out certificates to the 18 cadets, upon which he welcomed them warmly, wishing them lots of success.

“Only well-trained staff can deal with the serious challenges of cross-border crime the Bosnian Police have to deal with,” he said.

Tarik Sadovic, The Bosnian Minister of Security also congratulated the 18 cadets.The newly graduated Inspectors have undergone six months of training, amounting to 520 hours of theory, field training and real-life exercises.

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