Day 3: MINJEC upgrade workshop at CIAP

As usual, the 3rd day of the Operational Capacity Building Workshop for MINJEC officials from central and decentralized services, attached structures, under supervision and training, at the CIAP (Centre for Instruction and Application of the Police) of Mutengene.

Participants discussed 'Career and Human Resource Management ''. From the presentation of Ms. Bikoué, former Deputy Director of Personnel, Pay and Pension at MINJEC, we retain a certain amount of information on the effective presence at work; return to service after an internship; and detachment.

Maraimou Bassouro, Head of the SIJIPES Project Unit presented the Job Mapping Platform, created by the Ministry of the Civil Service in order to effectively manage the career of civil servants. 

The speaker called on everyone to identify with the application and have it validated by the various hierarchies. For his part, the Head of the National Center for the Production and Dissemination of Documentation for Youth (CNPDDJ), Noé Nseke, first specified that it is a structure attached to MINJEC. 

"When you conduct field campaigns, you use documents, through this app we intervene. We produce these documents that allow you to work ; for example, on the campaign against drugs among young people. We thus have flyers, leaflets..".

The Head of the Monitoring Unit, Alexandre Bitchoka, will presented 'The roadmap''; a document that allows one to evaluate the actions on the ground in order to make readjustments if necessary, as well as ''The activity report''. 

For the point of discipline, the Inspector General of MINJEC Services, Simon Wadjiri toured workshops to make some updates, particularly with regard to the behavior of the participants. 

Civic Education and Volunteering Workshop, was aimed at instilling civic, moral and ethical values ​​among the populations. Djida Abel, Executive at the DAJ transmitted knowledge on the types of litigation (Litigation for excess of power; Full jurisdiction litigation or full litigation recourse; The interpretation and assessment of legality; Repression litigation). 

The Commander of the CIAP made, on day 2, the tour of the workshop rooms to reassure himself that everything is going well and we'll handled. After the visit of the latter, all returned to plenary with the adoption for the recommendations.

Will follow the moment of reflection on National Security. In this regard, it should be noted, among other things, that the Police's mission is to protect national institutions, people and their property.

Its purpose is to contribute to the maintenance of peace and stability within the national triangle, according to Police Commissioner Mamoudou who explains the missions of the police and its external aspects. 

Speaking of Intelligence, Commissioner Mamoudou indicates that it is a quiet power that allows the State to foresee and for this it is necessary to set up information techniques by specialized services. The Judicial Police, for its part, searches for breaches of criminal law, collects them and challenges the perpetrators in order to bring them to justice...

Pictures; Communication MINJEC

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