Commissioner of Police (CP) Denis Basabose, the Commissioner for Infrastructure Security and Private Security Providers (ISPSP) at Rwanda National Police (RNP), made the call on Monday, February 13, while presiding over the pass-out of 87 new security personnel of GardaWorld security firm, in Gatenga Sector, Kicukiro District.
CP Basabose asked the graduands to put security before personal interests.
"The task of ensuring security requires sacrifice, professionalism and to love what you do. If financial gains supersedes your work, it can influence you to steal what you are required to protect," CP Basabose observed.
He urged them to always remain vigilant, ensure proper supervision of the facilities under their protection and to share information in real time.
He further urged them to exhibit discipline, politeness and professional character.
William Gichohi, the country director for GardaWorld, said that the three-month course prepared the new security personnel to offer best private security services.
He also urged the trainees to always be defined by the firm values and to work in unison with their colleagues and the public in security matters.
There are 16 registered private security companies in Rwanda with a strengthen of over 24800 personnel.
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