Police

After 12 years, RAMSI Police to leave Solomons' Malaita

The Australia-led force was deployed in 2003 after five years of ethnic tensions during which hundreds of people were killed, and thousands forced to flee their homes.

RAMSI has been gradually withdrawing its presence throughout the country as the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force takes control of frontline policing.

The RAMSI force commander, Greg Harrigan, says the police force in Malaita has proven it can maintain law and order without frontline assistance from RAMSI.

PNG needs more Australian police says Tony Abbott

In a speech to the Australia-PNG Business Council,Abbott said a key focus of his meeting with  O’Neil was on how to use Australian expertise to make Port Moresby safer.

“I’m disappointed that our 73 police have not been more operational,” he said. “You won’t be surprised to learn that one of the principal subjects that Prime Minister O’Neill and I discussed earlier this morning was making them as operational as possible.”

“PNG has many opportunities but all of those opportunities will be better maximised if we can have as harmonious and tranquil a society as possible.”

Wagambie Jnr ready for new post

Wagabie has accepted his transfer.

VIDEO: Explosion during clashes at Ukraine protest

The clashes occured after a controversial vote to give greater powers to separatist regions in the east.

Justin Bieber pulled over by police: Report

According to TMZ -- who posted an alleged video of the incident -- law enforcement sources said that “speed was a factor, but Justin was cited for unsafe passing on the right.” He reportedly was given an equipment violation for window tint as well. 

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Marum: Team stuck to game plan to win

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SP PNG Hunters coach Michael Marum says his team simply stuck to the game plan to fight their way back to win this afternoon’s round 23 clash against the Wynnum Manly Seagulls.

K2m released to help Kandep frost victims

Niue police warn against scam emails

Niue's chief of police, Tony Edwards, says there have been reports of emails trying to scam people in Niue to provide personal information and send money overseas.

He says these types of scams are a common problem in the Pacific, and Niue police have been out in the community raising awareness about the issue.

Tony Edwards says they've been teaching people how to recognise the scams and are telling them to report it to the police.

Silent 911 call leads police to 5 dead in Oklahoma home

 

Investigators, some wearing white booties to protect their shoes, stepped gingerly around a pool of blood near the front of the home Thursday morning. Other officers erected black tarps and blue tarps to shield the home from reporters and neighbours while they gathered clues. The bodies remained at the home into late-morning.

Security operations begin

In a joint parade, Police, Defense and Correctional Services personnel formed up and marched on into the Sir John Guise stadium then form up at the outer field where a parade was hosted by the police Commissioner.

The parades Reviewing Officer, Prime Minister Peter O’Neill in his address says that he was very proud as a Papua New Guinean to participate and be part of the parade that would launch their security operations.

Prime Minister O’Neil says that his government has placed priority in the rebuilding of the three disciplinary forces.