Start Police Training Police Corps Caribbean Netherlands, Royal Military Police and Coast Guard

On November 3, 2014 begins on Bonaire the two-year training police officer with an introduction week.
The trajectory of recent months with regard to the recruitment and selection of staff is completed. The program is a partnership between the police, the Coast Guard and the Royal Military Police.
Are nine aspiring agents adopted by the Police Corps Caribbean Netherlands (KPCN) and three employees for the Intake Department. The Royal Military Police (Kmar) will train six staff and the Coast Guard, these 8 people. These 26 young people will follow the program in whole or in part, depending on the function for which they were adopted.

The chief of KPCN After the first introduction week on the island on 10 November training officially start in the presence of the Coast Guard Director and Head of Operations of the Constabulary in the Caribbean. Teachers from the three organizations and local teachers will be under the responsibility of the Police Academy Netherlands provide education.

Students get into different modules on supervision, knowledge detecting crimes and providing emergency aid. The training takes place both in school and in practice. By this cooperation are very diverse, from different locations on Bonaire and even on the boats of the Coast Guard. Each module ends with an exam.
After two years, all aspirants in possession of a police MBO diploma at level 3, which the participants of the police and the Royal Military Police as general investigating officer fully operational on Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba. The participants of the Coast Guard after earning their degree, outside the islands mentioned above, can also be used by the Coast Guard on Aruba, Curacao and St. Maarten.