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Monday, 28 November 2016 14:45

Ministry of Internal Affairs continues information-educational project -“Maintenance of law and crime prevention program for public schools". Within the frames of the project pupils from the public schools visited MIA Academy, division of the Special Tasks Department and Rustavi division of the Emergency Situations Management Agency.
Representatives of MIA Academy acquainted pupils with works specifics of the educational facility as well as bachelor and master programs and reviewed prospects of getting employed at the Ministry. Guests were shown study rooms and gym, mock jury court and border crossing point, real and imitated shooting ranges.
Representatives of the Special Tasks Department acquainted children with the daily agenda of the compulsory military servicemen and gave an opportunity to visit study rooms, living compartments, gym, library and training venue. Pupils attended theoretical, practical and marching trainings. Exhibition of equipment, armored technic and weapons was also arranged for the pupils.
Firefighters and rescuers provided pupils with detailed information on work specifics and history of the agency. Pupils were given an opportunity to see firefighting vehicles, equipment, firefighter’s museum and gave advices on safety topic.
“Maintenance of law and crime prevention program for public schools" project is being implemented by the Ministry of Internal Affairs in collaboration with the Ministry of Education and Science. The project is aimed at promotion of public awareness among youth.

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