Chief of Public Security, Lieutenant-General Tariq Al Hassan, today announced the launch of the 12 summer camp of the Royal Academy of Police (RAP).
The camp will be held upon directives of His Royal Highness Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, the Crown Prince and Prime Minister, and follow-up of Interior Minister, General Shaikh Rashid bin Abdullah Al Khalifa,
The three-week camp, held in cooperation with the Labour Fund "Tamkeen", will be organised for 400 participants of the age group 12-17. It aims to enhance youth's mental and physical skills and occupy their energy and talents in promoting their sense of nationalism and loyalty values.
The Chief said that the Interior Ministry is dedicated to reinforcing national, Islamic, Arabic and Bahraini identity among youth. The event is part of efforts to promote the democratic and the one-team spirit approach adopted by HRH the Crown Prince and Prime Minister in leading the government economic, health, sports and social work.
He highlighted the directives of the Interior Minister of continuing to hold the camp despite the pandemic for being an important platform to promote community partnership and relations among state organisations, the community and youth.
The camp's primary goals are to enhance the leadership and life skills of youth, protect them from crimes, and get them ready for future challenges.
The RAP Commander, Brigadier Fawaz Al Hassan, asserted that the upcoming virtual camp focuses on promoting the medical teams' precautionary measures. He said that its activities consider the creativity and interaction aspects suitable for the targeted age group.
He said that the registration for 400 male and female participants would be announced, in which the youth will attend the camp through a programme designed by Microsoft and Amazon.
Source: Bahrain News Agency