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Supporting police training through the Mekong Australia Partnership

PHNOM PENH: During his visit to Cambodia early this month, Australian Federal Police (AFP) Commissioner Kershaw emphasized that training is at the heart of every police force.

Therefore, Commissioner Kershaw was pleased to join Australian Ambassador Kang and General Seng Phally, President of the Police Academy of Cambodia to launch a two-year training package for officers at the Police Academy of Cambodia.

In launching the package, Ambassador Kang highlighted that police cooperation makes a strong contribution to our overall bilateral relationship, with this year marking 20 years of cooperation between Australian and Cambodian police forces, and 70 Years of Relationship between the two countries. With the launch of the training package taking place close to International Women’s Day, Ambassador Kang took the opportunity to recognize the value of gender-focused training, including training on responding to gender-based violence, as police are often the first responders.

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