Commissioner of police make a visit during a game at Burns Creek as part of community engagement during Christmas festivity

Commissioner of police( the Royal Solomon Island Police Force (RSIPF)) Mr Mostyn Mangau visited Burns Creek community yesterday (30 December 2021) during a game that was conducted as part of community engagement with the communities during this festive season.

Commissioner Mangau and a few of his RSIPF Executive members spend time with the spectators to watch the game while other officers interact with the spectators around the sporting ground.

See also  RSIPF welcomes 67 new Police officers

Mr Mangau says, “The game has been organized by the Republic of Fiji Military Force (RFMF) to engage communities around Burns Creek area to engage them to avoid any unwanted activities during this festive season.”

He says, “The engagement program which was organized by RMFM is the support rendered to RSIPF under Solomon International Assistance Force (SIAF) after the recent social unrest happened in Honiara.”

See also  RSIPF welcomes 67 new Police officers

“I am happy to see our young men and women at Burn Creek are participating in such activities. They are full of potential sporting skills which I believe if we nurse them properly they will become someone and will raise our flag in future activities,” says Commissioner Mangau.

Commissioner Mangau also took time yesterday (30 December 2021) to visit Papua New Guinea Police officers who were doing a Traffic check at Henderson main road. The check is part of the Christmas Festive Operation to manage traffic related offenses in Guadalcanal jurisdiction.

See also  RSIPF welcomes 67 new Police officers

As part of the visit, Mr Mangau also visited Guadalcanal Police at Henderson Police Station to give them moral support and encourage them to execute their duties.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *