Motorcade for APEC leaders ready

Deputy Police Commissioner and Chief of Operations, Jim Andrews, received the keys of the motorcycles and the garage from the AFP Mission Commander, Assistant Commissioner Bruce Giles, at the opening and handover ceremony in Port Moresby on January 29.

Deputy Commissioner Andrews said: “I thank the people and government of Australia for the continuous support to the Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary to provide security for the APEC meeting this year.

Traffics gears up for upcoming events

Director for Traffics, Joe Joseph, said the officers who have graduated from their training sessions for 2018 are prepared to carry that out.

Joseph said this with regards to the upcoming Rugby World Cup event that will be held at the end of the month.

“Events hosted and needs our skill set to provide escort will help to build the training experiences of the officers to improve their skills where necessary, leading up to the Summit in 2018.”

Police graduate 4th Batch from motorcade training

This morning saw the 4th batch of officer’s graduate from successfully completing trainings and practice sessions with the assistance of the Australian Federal Police.

Director for Traffic, Joe Joseph said so far, traffic have graduated more than 30 men and this points out goals that we have intended to achieve.

“With the new skills and the new motorcycles, it given the officers an upper hand when it comes to motorcade escorts and we are prepared.”