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49th Police Raising Day Celebrations
The Royal Bhutan Police Celebrate its 49th Raising Day on 1st September 2014 throughout the country. Read More>>
Posted on:01 September,2014
Nationwide Drug Appeal to the Public and Youth
The Royal Bhutan Police carried out the nationwide drug appeal to the public and the youth on 18 August 2014. Read More>>
Posted on:19 August,2014
10th Phase of Police Youth Partnership Program ends
The nationwide 10th Phase of Police Youth Partnership Program that started on 1st July 2014 ended on 15th July 2014 in all Dzongkhags.
A total of 706 school going youths participated in the summer program this year.
Gasa and Dagana Dzongkhag had 15 participants each while Bumthang, Trongsa , Pema Gatshel, Trashigang and Mongar had 30 participants each. Tsirang and Zhemgang 28 participants each, Lhuentse 35, Samtse 31, Chukha, S / Jongkhar and Wangdue 50 participants each, Thimphu 52 participants, Paro 56, Punakha 43, Sarpang 49, T/Yangtse 32 and Haa 22 participants.
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Posted on:23 July,2014
Signing of GPMS, launching of MCP, establishment of CPC and WCP Desk
In following up on the signing of the “Performance Agreement” initiated by the Hon’ble Prime Minister which was formally executed between the Prime Minister and the Minister of Home and Cultural Affairs, the Chief of Police commenced the signing of the “Performance Agreement” in the Royal Bhutan Police with the Superintendent of Police of Trongsa Division on 02 July 2014. By the end of 15 July 2014, the signing of the same “Performance Agreement” has been completed in five Divisions covering 07 Dzongkhags namely Trongsa, Bumthang, Mongar, Lhuntse, Trashigang, Trashi Yangste and Wangdue Phodrang. The signing of the “Performance Agreement” with other eight Divisions will be carried out subsequently. Read More>>
Posted on:17 July,2014
III Phase of Police and Out of School Youth Partnership Program (POSYPP)
The Third Phase of Police and Out of School Youth Partnership Program (POSYPP), a 15 day youth program funded by the UNICEF for 50 Out of School Youths from Thimphu, Paro and Phuntsholing commenced on 18th November 2013. Thimphu had 20 participants while Paro and Phuntsholing had 15 participants each. The program was initiated by the Royal Bhutan Police to educate the youths and prevent them from coming in conflict with law. Read More>>
Posted on:19 November,2013

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