September 4, 2016 2:28 pm

Fiji shares knowledge on police recruitment

Inspector (IP) Anaselina Ioane of the Kiribati National Police  says the knowledge she gained from her attachment with the Fiji Police will help improve the way the Kiribati National Police conducts its recruitment program. Ionane spent two weeks with the Fiji Police Force learning about the recruitment process and programs conducted by the Fiji Police Acadmey. […]

Inspector (IP) Anaselina Ioane of the Kiribati National Police  says the knowledge she gained from her attachment with the Fiji Police will help improve the way the Kiribati National Police conducts its recruitment program.

Inspector Anaselina Ioane of Kiribati National Police on the right
Inspector Anaselina Ioane of Kiribati National Police on the right

Ionane spent two weeks with the Fiji Police Force learning about the recruitment process and programs conducted by the Fiji Police Acadmey.

IP Ioane’s attachment to the Fiji Police Academy was facilitated by the Pacific Island Chiefs of Police Secretariat (PICP).

On Friday, the staff of the Fiji Police Academy farewelled IP Ioane on behalf of the Commissioner of Police, with the Director Training Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Kuliniaisi Seru Savou reiterating the institutions ongoing commitment to helping out Fiji’s Pacific neighbours.

“The Fiji Police Force hopes that whatever you have learned will help the Kiribati National Police with your own recruitment process and as the Commissioner of Police had stated we are always ready to assist our colleagues from regional countries”.

IP Ioane in thanking the Fiji Police and Academy staff said she was grateful for the opportunity offered to her and her colleagues.

“I would like to acknowledge the support of the Commissioner of Police in allowing me to observe the activities regarding the recruitment requirements and the programs underway in the Academy”.

The two week attachment was an outcome of the Fiji Police’s current Memorandum of Understanding signed between Fiji and Kiribati covering areas of police cooperation.