File - ISF forces patrol Beirut’s Hamra Street.
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Gen. Imad Othman Thursday warned that terror and violence was threatening Lebanon, calling on ISF personnel to remain vigilant to fend off all threats.On May 31, Othman discussed a revamp of the ISF with British Ambassador Hugo Shorter, as the British Policing Support Project which will fund the ISF with £13 million ($16.7 million).The funding is for refurbishing police stations, implementing community policing practices, and incorporating human rights into the ISF's training program with 8,000 officers who graduated last year.
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