By Eric Haurupma – EM TV News, Port Moresby
The Badili Police Station will soon function as a subsidiary station of Port Moresby to deal with CID, traffic and prosecution matters, says NCD Central Police Commander, Chief Superintendent Sylvester Kalaut.
Today, Black Swan International donated office furniture and additional funding as part of its assistance to the Royal Papua New Guinea.
Black Swan CEO, Brian Kelly, while presenting the cheque, said these resources are important assets that will assist the police service in the community.
Kalaut, on behalf of the Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary, thanked Black Swan International for their assistance.
He said this great support would assist police officers to enhance police service in the area.
In addition, he said the Badili Police Station will have a CID, traffic and prosecutions unit as a subsidiary to their head office in Boroko.
He thanked the Australian Federal Police for building this infrastructure as it fulfills Commissioner Baki’s intention for the decentralisation of some police functions.
Assistant Commissioner Corporate Sector, John Mangea, said this is evidence of a private partnership to help police fight crime in the city.
This police station improvement will be an example for other stations in NCD, and throughout Papua New Guinea, to follow.