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Mangau makes first visits to Tulagi and Yandina after lifting of SOPE

Commissioner Mr Mostyn Mangau speaks to an officer during the parade at Tulagi
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The Commissioner of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF), Mostyn Mangau, has made his first provincial visit to Central Province after lifting the State of Public Emergency recently.

The Commissioner visited Tulagi and Yandina Police Station in the Russell Islands on 8 July 2022.

Mangau also presented certificates of appreciation to certain officers at Tulagi during a parade and conducted a muster with officers.

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During the muster, commissioners talked about discipline issues and thanked officers for the well done job in supporting the Ministry of Health and Medical Services during the COVID-19 community transmission.

The Commissioner also encouraged officers to be strong and work together as a team. He said leadership is at all levels of the RSIPF organisation.

“This comes with the powers given to you as police officers,” Mangau added.

He also encouraged the officers during the muster to be accountable to all RSIPF assets. “Take good care of it and do not miss use of the assets. Those assets are there to help us with our policing duties,” he said.

Questions have also been raised during the muster by officers and the Commissioner responded and clarified the officers’ doubts on certain administrative issues within the organisation.




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