This November 2015 video says about itself:
Human Rights Watch Accuses Bahrain Of Torturing Detainees
A new Human Rights Watch (HRW) report says that security forces in Bahrain are still torturing detainees.
By Phil Miller in Britain:
Tuesday, April 23, 2019
Human rights campaigners warn academics not to train Bahraini police
ACADEMICS from Britain are teaching at a police academy in the Middle East despite concerns that its officers are involved in human rights abuses.
Two Huddersfield University lecturers are visiting Bahrain’s Royal Police Academy to discuss interview techniques.
Psychologists Dr John Synnott and Dr Maria Ioannou are delivering a masters programme in security science on behalf of the university.
Bahrain Institute for Rights and Democracy advocacy director Sayed Ahmed Alwadaei told the Morning Star: “It’s really shocking to see academics from Huddersfield University equipping the Bahraini police force – which boasts a record of murdering individuals through torture without accountability – with techniques that will only empower state repression.
“Is this the standard that Huddersfield University expects from their partner?
“Instead of training torturers on how to break victims more efficiently, perhaps academics should focus their efforts on assessing the unjust operations of the Bahraini criminal justice system.”
The Huddersfield scheme was inaugurated by the university’s chancellor Prince Andrew last April.
A spokesperson for Huddersfield University confirmed that it was working with Bahrain’s Interior Ministry, adding: “The masters programme covers subjects including investigative psychology, forensic psychology, computer science (cyber security), forensic science and criminology and includes a dissertation.
“The course is delivered at the academy by Huddersfield staff who usually spend approximately two weeks in the country teaching the students.
“The first cohort of 26 police officers graduated in March this year.”