30 HCC Law Enforcement Officers complete training
The first 30 cohorts of the Honiara City Council (HCC) Law Enforcement Division successfully completed their three weeks training facilitated by the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) at Rove headquarters in Honiara.
The training commenced on the 9th to the 27th of October 2023, and now graduated and became professional Law Enforcement officers.
During the graduation ceremony, the Acting HCC Mayor Councilor Robert Oge highlighted that it is the moment that HCC as an institution has been waiting for since 1999 for Law Enforcement officers to undergo professional training under the leadership of the RSIPF.
Cr Oge alluded that it is very important to have good laws that accommodate good processes that lead to good enforcement.
“I want to thank God for the grace which gives us the opportunity to have these professional training available for the Law Enforcement officers,” the acting Mayor expressed.
He congratulated his officers for their dedication and endurance during the three weeks of training and thanked all their family members for supporting them.
Police Commissioner Mostyn Mangau stated that it is a historical moment for the HCC Law Enforcement to undergo such professional training under the leadership of national security.
He explained it showcased the cooperation and partnership between the HCC Law Enforcement Division and national security.
“The partnership and cooperation which the Law Enforcement Division has built with the RSIPF will definitely bring about peace and stability amongst the communities within Honiara City jurisdiction,” the Police Commander said.
He acknowledged and congratulated the first 30 cohorts for their dedication during the three weeks of training and thanked their families for supporting them.