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2 Chinese officers in the country for attachment

Two Chinese police consultants from the People’s Republic of China are in the country to share their knowledge and expertise with their Fijian counterparts. First Class Superintendent Yin Lei and First Class Superintendent Ji Yong met the Commissioner of Police Brigadier General Sitiveni Qiliho at the Fiji Police Force headquarters this morning. The two senior […]

Peni Shute

June 20, 2016 5:30 pm

Two Chinese police consultants from the People’s Republic of China are in the country to share their knowledge and expertise with their Fijian counterparts.

First Class Superintendent Yin Lei (left) with Commissioner of Police Brigadier General Sitiveni Qiliho and First Class Superintendent Ji Yong from the Jiangsu Provincial Public Security Department, China. (Fiji Police Force)
First Class Superintendent Yin Lei (left) with Commissioner of Police Brigadier General Sitiveni Qiliho and First Class Superintendent Ji Yong from the Jiangsu Provincial Public Security Department, China. (Fiji Police Force)

First Class Superintendent Yin Lei and First Class Superintendent Ji Yong met the Commissioner of Police Brigadier General Sitiveni Qiliho at the Fiji Police Force headquarters this morning.

The two senior officers are from the Jiangsu Provincial Public Security Department and both specialize in operational command centre concepts as well as traffic.

Brigadier General Qiliho in welcoming the senior officers said the Fiji Police Force will be benefiting greatly from the program.

QILIHO: “Getting this opportunity to exchange knowledge in your respective areas of expertise is going to be great for my officers. China has and continues to be a great friend to Fiji and the Fiji Police Force continues to benefit in terms of our officers getting this opportunity to learn from you here and for some of our officers who have been given the chance to go to your country on similar programs.”

The two police consultants are the fourth attachment of officers from the Ministry of Public Security to be seconded to the Fiji Police Force.

In 2011 the Government of the People’s Republic of China and the Government of Fiji signed a Police Cooperation Agreement which has to date seen the two Police organisations exchange assistance in many forms.

The two senior officers will be on attachment for a period of six months.

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