The Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands Participating Police Force (PPF) has reported on the progress of implementation on the Draw-down Strategy 2013-2017 agreed upon by RAMSI and the Solomon Islands Government last year.
The report was provided at the first Board of Management meeting for the RAMSI Draw-down Strategy held recently at the Mission’s base at GBR, East Honiara.
In an RAMSI statement, PPF Commander Greg Harrigan said two projects are delivered under the theme including community engagement through policing and development of RSIPF public order response with leadership development.
He said the two projects go together as training provides understanding and accountability in the safe and responsible use of capital investments.
The PPF Commander also outlined some significant projects that have been delivered under the Draw-down Strategy for the development of RSIPF.
Meanwhile, RAMSI Permanent Secretary Jeffery Kauha said police are the only institution which can maintain unity in the country with no exception.
The meeting was attended by representatives from the RSIPF, Ministry of Police and RAMSI.