National Police Academy “General José Trinidad Cabañas”

Tegucigalpa, Honduras

  • National Police Academy
  • National Police Academy “General José Trinidad Cabañas”

    Established: 1975 Tegucigalpa

    The National Police Academy "General José Trinidad Cabañas," is a unit of the National Police under the Education System which in turn is responsible for the training of aspiring police officers of the National Police.

    Branch: Honduras National Police

    Motto: Fiat Justita Et Pereat Mundus / Let justice be done though the world perish

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