Ministry of Interior organized law enforcement career camp for young Roma for the ninth time in the Adyliget Law Enforcement Secondary School in Nagykovácsi. During the five days the 47 participants have the opportunity to get an insight into the everyday professional activity of police, disaster management, and prosecution staff.
Participants can meet policemen, firemen and visit such interesting places like the obstacle course and the Fire Service of the Ferenc Liszt International Airport.
In the course of the entrance exam participants are given the opportunity to get acquainted with the entry requirements and to measure their skills so they can easily decide whether they would like to continue their studies in this field.
Aim of the camp is to attract as many young Roma to the staff of police, fire service and disaster management as possible.
The National Roma Self Government (ORÖ) provides all assistance to the youth.
The camp is financed by the Ministry of Interior.
(Ministry of Interior, Press Department)