Members ofthe Royal Papua New GuineaConstabulary today finalized preparations for the Police Modernization Program to be launched in Port Moresby tomorrow.
It will coincide with a pass out parade of cadet officers.
Police Commissioner Tom Kulunga said it is an opportunity for the police to showthe publicthe new directions thatthey are taking.
Officers from various units withinthe RPNGC gthered for the last rehearsal before d-day tomorrow.
Watched on by senior officers and Deputy Commissioners, perfection wastheir goal ahead ofthe main event.
Police Commissioner Tom Kulunga saidthe modernization program was a stepthe police force is taking in a new direction.
“We have a number of programs that we wantthe public to hear and see. So thatthe people know thatthe police force is moving forward and trying to make attepts at bringingthe organization tothe people. Atthe moment we have been criticized in many aspects of policing…”, Commissioner Kulunga said.
Coinciding withthe parade will also bethe graduation of 34 police officers who had recently undertook a cadet training program.
There will also be a showcase ofthe police force atthe indoor complex.
Prime Minister Peter O’Neil and Police Minister Nixon Duban will officiate atthe ceremony along side Commissioner Kulunga.
Commissioner Kulunga is askingthe general public to come withnessthe eventoone that is hoped will steerthe RPNGC around.