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RSIPF and AFP engage in public order training

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The training is to simulate real situations when several incidents occur at the same time in different places.

The Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) Police Response Team (PRT) underwent Level Three Public Order Management (POM) training, which was delivered by the Specialist Tactical Group Australian Federal Police (AFP) at Rove Police Headquarters on January 10, 2022.

The Central Response Unit, Guadalcanal Response Unit and the Solomon Islands Corrections (CSII) Emergency Response Group (ERG) are also part of the training.

The training is to simulate real situations when several incidents occur at the same time in different places.

National Operation Assistant Commissioner (AC), Ms Evelyn Thugea, said: ‘The aim of the training is to merge all the police support units and give them the opportunity to work with the ERP, the AFP Frontline Officers, Australian Defense Force, AFP Fire Brigade and AFP Disorder Tactical Response Group.

AC Thugea says: “In this context, we are improving the capacity of the RSIPF in terms of training our officers in POM, the skills, tactics and knowledge they acquire will be applicable when they go out and perform their duties when we have a messy situation.

Ms. Thugea says, “Training gives officers the ability to know what to expect when real situations arise. The training will build officers’ confidence to deal with clutter issues.

She says: “I would like to thank AFP Tactical Group Specialist for the support given to our officers for this successful training. It is good training to refresh our officers and should there be a situation arise, we know exactly what to do.”

Source: RSIPF Media

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