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Police reassures Kiribati chief of support

 

Apr 05, 2015 05:05:17 PM

Police reassures Kiribati chief of support Fiji's Police Commissioner Major Ben Groenewald has reassured his Kiribati counterpart Ioeru Tokantetaake of the country's support for Kiribati Police as per an MOA that was signed last year.

Signed in September, 2014, the MOA covered a broad range of police cooperation initiatives under the existing Multilateral MOU on Development Cooperation endorsed by the Fiji Government in 2010 with selected Pacific Island countries including Kiribati targeting the Human Resource Development Sector.

During a meeting with Mr Tokantetaake this week, Major Groenewald said a liaison officer had already been assigned to help the Kiribati Police Services with their training needs.

“I have appointed our Director Training to be the liaison officer between our two organisations and we should have a clear idea of how Fiji would be able to assist with your training needs," Major Groenewald said.

Police Special Response Unit Commanding Officer SSP Maretino Qiolevu gave a brief overview about the unit where he revealed that the Fiji Police has three United Nations certified trainers who would boost the level of training offered to their Kiribati counterparts.

Mr Tokantetaake said with just over 300 police officers, the Kiribati Police was always grateful for any form of assistance rendered that would help upskill their officers and service delivery.

The Kiribati Commissioner also had an opportunity to witness all of the Special Response Unit various functions from anti-riot to maritime capabilities amongst many others. An anti-riot exercise was conducted by officers to display both the Fiji Police Force’s capabilities as well as giving the visiting Commissioner an insight of the forms of training available for the Kiribati Police Service.

The MOA is also an acknowledgement of the fact that the Fiji Police remains as the potential hub for police training in the region given its history and available infrastructure to offer training to smaller island countries.

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