As part of their community policing program, the Australian Federal Police, alongside their Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary colleagues, visited De La Salle Secondary School.
Overshadowed by their involvement in school fights over the years, the all-boys school was all smiles and attentive to the visitors.
With the aim of steering young minds away from the increase in social issues and peer pressure, a team of Australian Federal Police officers, and their Colleagues from the Boroko and Gordons Police Station, have been visiting schools in the Nation’s Capital.
Overshadowed by their involvement in school fights over the years, it was an all smiles and attentive group at the De La Sel Secondary School yesterday afternoon.
A nervous Constable Anna Wills from the PNG Juvenile Justice Sector, was also on hand to tell the young men of the seriousness of offences that can be committed, and emphasized the importance of respecting oneself and their peers.
Flanked by his team members and taking out the bronze medal in the recent PNG Body Building Championships held in Goroka, AFP Sargent, Ian Wilham flexed his physic to the young man and emphasized the importance of following their dreams, and aiming for higher purposes in life in their chosen fields.
The floor was open for questions and answer session for the students. The team is hoping to visit more schools in the Nation’s Capital, by next month.
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