CSSI Commissioner visit Rove and Tetere Corrections

Commissioner of Correctional Service Solomon Islands (CSSI) Mr Gabriel Manelusi has visited Rove Central Correctional Centre (RCCC) and Tetere Correctional Centre (TCC) on18 December 2020.

RCCC is our maximum facility in the country and have 6 blocks within, and accommodate inmates according to their legal status, classification, security rating, management requirements and individual needs. While TCC is our low Correctional Facility in the country that accommodates low security classified inmates.

The purpose of the visit is to meet with staff and inmates to update the progression of his Executive throughout the year and comes 2021.

Commissioner Manelusi reinforced to RCCC and TCC supervisors and officers that in the coming year he like to see a strong and ethical leadership that displayed and create innovative to see changes of behaviour and encouraged each other to maintain the professional standard of organisational discipline, ethics and values in accordance to our provisions and processes.

He highlighted to inmates and staff that comes 2021 first quarter, a high level discussion with Solomon Islands Christian Association (SICA), Solomon Islands Full Gospel Association (SIFGA), Non-Government Organization (NGO) and other relevant stakeholders within the National Government, this is to collaborate and discuss the rehabilitation and reintegration module that is sustainable to meet our country need.

CSSI Commissioner visit Rove and Tetere Corrections
Commissioner and delegation been ecorted by TCC Supervising Commandant Mr Mark Seiroa (2nd right) during the visit at TCC Farm.

Commissioner Manelusi also remind inmates from both Centres to uphold the principle of a humble birth of our Saviour Jesus Christ, the prince of peace and the king of kings and let the message of this Christmas dwell in your hearts.

He adds as you (inmates) venture through this Christmas, “I want you do discuss these two words, “Repent and Forgiveness”, and what this two words mean to you? As your assignment for this Christmas, do discuss in your groups and present your copies to the Commissioner’s Office in New Year 2021”, said Manelusi

Commissioner Manelusi do acknowledge the staff and inmates from both Centres and across the Country for your continuous support and contribution towards our service delivery this year 2020.

“I convey my Christmas and New year greetings to all inmates and staff of Correctional Service Solomon Islands. I wish you all a Mary Christmas and a Happy New Year 2021”.