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April 8, 2020
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Joint Services College Cadets Visit Lae Metropolitan Command

37 cadet officers from the Joint Services College at Lae’s Igam Barracks made a special visit to the Lae Metropolitan Command as part of their practical training.

The officers comprising of eight CIS cadets, five police cadets and 27 PNGDF cadets along with their instructors visited the Lae police command today.

Cadets were exposed to the practical session of police theory learnt at the college.

Senior Instructor Officer Cadet of the Training Wing at the Joint Services College, Major Fred Towowoda, said the visit is part of their practical lessons.

Lae Metropolitan Commander, Anthony Wagambie, and his senior officers gave a brief rundown of the police structure and how the police department carries out its functions.

The cadets were also given a special tour of the police station and a run down of what police officers normally do in their daily operations.

A similar visit had already been conducted at the Buimo Correctional Service where trainee cadets visited the facility.

The officers were also given the chance to ask questions.

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