Posted: Wednesday, September 19, 2018. 2:52 pm CST.
By BBN Staff: Currently underway in Belmopan is a three-day Traffic Enforcement Training for Transport Officers from around the country.
At the opening of the training yesterday, Minister of Transport and National Emergency Management, Edmond Castro addressed participants, organizers, and presenters.
The training covers topics such as Roles and Functions of Traffic Wardens, Motor Vehicle & Road Traffic Laws and Regulations, Checking of Road Service Permits, Executing Arrest, Justifiable Force, Use of Special Protection Firearm while on Duty, Court Room Procedure, Summary Jurisdiction & Procedure Act, Judges Rule, Criminal Procedure Rules, Case Files, and Customer Service.
The training continues until Thursday, September 20, and is being conducted in the NEMO Training room in Belmopan.
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