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June 25, 2022
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New Vehicles for Central Police

Central Police can now attend to cases in remote areas of the province without any excuses in relation to logistics.

 

This was made possible today with Central Governor, Kila Haoda donating three new police vehicles to Central Province. He also said he will donate one for Central Criminal Investigation Division in coming weeks.

 

The presentation was held at the Central Provincial Government Headquarters at Konedobu, here in the Nation’s Capital.   

 

The three new vehicles were donated to Central Police from the Governor’s District Services Improvement Projects Funds.

 

The vehicles will help police operations in the province.

 

There to receive the vehicles was Provincial Police Commander for Central Province, Chief Inspector, Laimo Asi, Deputy Police Commander, NCD and Central Chief Inspector, Norman Mambo and other Central police personnel.

 

When donating the vehicles, the governor said it was the property of the Central people, and urged the officers to look after it. 

 

In receiving the vehicles the PPC said police will now have no excuses to attend to peoples’ complaints.

 

The deputy police commander raised the issue of the influx of people into the city and how it will affect the Central people in terms of security.

 

He also said over the years Central police had very little to work with, and now with the vehicles, they can go right down to the remote areas and attend to complaints.

 

One out of the three vehicles will be given to the PPC to use while the other two will be used for operations. The vehicles will be stationed at the Central Police Headquarters at Down Town Port Moresby.

 

The governor also pledged to donate two police vehicles every year to Central province police. A vehicle for the Central CID will also be presented in the coming months.   

 

 

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