First course’s trainees graduate CPF Academy
The Academy of Community Protection Forces (CSF) graduated its first course for troop members at al-Jazeera level.
The Academy of Community Protection Forces completed a training course for its forces today, with the participation of 45 members from different cities of al-Jazeera canton, this is the first course graduated by the academy since its opening.
The course, entitled “Martyr Wahid” lasted for 15 days, during which trainees received intellectual lessons about the democratic nation and the freedom of women and others.
On the last day of the course, the member of the Training Committee in Al-Hasakah, Bahram Khaled delivered a speech praising in it the role of the Community Protection Forces in maintaining security in the neighborhoods and avoiding many violations and gaps that undermine the stability of the region.
Khalid pointed to the importance of training in the life of the individual to organize himself and organize society together, and explained that the importance of training for the individual is as important as bread and water.
In an interview with Hawar news agency, Lokman Akram, an administrator of the Community Protection Forces, said that during these sessions, they seek to familiarize members with the forces within the democratic nation’s philosophy in order to be more knowledgeable about the organization of society.
At the end of the session, members chanted slogans calling for the freedom of the leader of the Kurdish people Abdullah Ocalan and the martyrs.
The Community Protection Forces locally known as (HPC), were founded more than three years ago, initiating its first academic and military academy at the level of Rojava (West Kurdistan) in al-Hasakah city of al-Jazeera region, on the 13th of September.