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CPLT conduct POM training for RSIPF officers in Tulagi

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Participants of the training
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The China Police Liaison Team (CPLT) are currently conducting a two-week Public Order Management (POM) training for officers of the Royal Solomon Islands Police force (RSIPF) at Tulagi, Central Province.

The POM training program which began last week (6 September 2022), involved 34 RSIPF Officers from the Central Province Police Stations.

Speaking on behalf of the Police Commissioner last week during the opening ceremony, Supervising Assistant (AC) Commissioner Provincial of the RSIPF Mr. Leonard Tahnimana told the participating officers that the opportunity to be trained by these professionals has come. The AC also encouraged the Central Islands Police officers to participate and fully make use of those opportunities provided by the Chinese partners to help in doing their work proper and safer.

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“I am so glad to see that our CPLT partner has extended these very important training rolling out to the Provinces after the Honiara based officers have completed the same training some months ago. CIP is the first Province to undertake and other Provinces to follow.”, Said AC Tahnimana.

AC Tahnimana also shared his appreciation for the CPLT team led by People’s Republic of China (PRC) Commissioner Zhang for their cooperation and the ongoing support. He also said the training program can boost the morale and confidence of the RSIPF officers and without fear when discharged in their duties.

During training program, the CPLT will uphold the spirit of Transparency, Inclusiveness, Professionalism, High-efficiency, for the purpose of friendship and goodwill, promote long and stable bilateral law enforcement cooperation with SI and support RSIPF to strengthen capacity building and maintain peace and security in SI, and make SI truly safe, peaceful and happy isles.

The two weeks  POM training in Central Province is the first outer island training conducted by the CPLT, making it a milestone significance for bilateral police cooperation.’

 

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