Vushtrri, 04 December 2009 – After 12 week modified training in KCPSED class 39 of Kosovo Police is graduated. This class counts 70 officers who has been trained with curriculum designed on international standards of human rights and rule of law.

In this graduation ceremony took part; vice Director of  DPPK Riza Shillova, Lt. Colonel Driton Zabërgja, a.d. Director of Directorate of Programme Support  Ali Bajgora, Kosovo Correctional Service, Kosovo Customs, representatives from EULEX and family members of graduated officers.

Participants of this ceremony have priced very high duty of Kosovo Police encouraging them to continue in the future in the same level up to now.

Vice Director of DPPK Mr. Shillova estimated that education and development play a key role in creating professional staff. Also he demanded maximal engagement from this class in applying the law in Kosovo.

Acting Director of the Department of Programme Support in KCPSED Mr. Bajgora emphasize that this day marks another major success which is coroneted as a result of engagement of Republic of Kosovo Institutions, especially Ministry of Internal Affairs, Kosovo Police, Kosovo Centre for Public Safety Education and Development together with Institutions and International Organisations of public security fields- Graduation of Class 39 of Kosovo Police.
While the spokesperson of the Class 39 of police,  Shemsi  Demolli,  said that “we will give maximum in our engagement to protect citizen’s rights regardless race or gender based strictly on laws of Republic of Kosovo.

After delivering the diplomas, captains of classes handed over the flags which symbolized academic achievements, discipline and achievements in all fields during three months training. Those flags have been handed over to the Director of Directorate of Mandatory Trainings, Lt. Colonel, Driton Zabërgja.