Sutoro Women participate in community and women’s policing courses in North and East Syria

NORTH AND EAST SYRIA — The Sutoro (Syriac Security Forces) Women of North and East Syria participated in the community and women’s police courses organized by the Internal Security Forces (ISF) in several cities and towns in Gozatro (Jazira) Region.

With the aim of developing the work of the ISF across North and East Syria and increasing the security of its people, the ISF conducted several new training courses on the concepts of community policing. The training included about 100 members of various security organizations, including the members of the Sutoro Women, in the city of Hasakah, Qabre Hewore (Al-Qahtaniyah), and Tel Hamis, in addition to a course specializing in women’s police in the city of Zalin (Qamishli).

The courses lasted for five days and included theoretical, organizational, and political lessons.

The graduation began with a minute of silence for the souls of martyrs and was attended by the committees supervising the training. During the graduation ceremony, several speeches were delivered by the officials of the Internal Security Forces, praising the important role of the training courses in developing the capabilities of the members and ensuring protection for the peoples of the region.