The Pacific Islands Chiefs of Police (PICP) is a network of 21 police services from Pacific Island countries and territories, which represents more than 75,000 serving police officers.
The PICP currently has 21 members, represented by the Chief, Commissioner or Director of their national police service.
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We, the Pacific Island Chiefs of Police, are sending a clear message to stop the violence in our communities, especially violence against women.
The Pacific Islands Chiefs of Police (PICP) unites Pacific leadership to build highly capable policing for a safer Pacific. Find out about us.
The Pacific Islands Chiefs of Police promotes Member and Partners events and training opportunities for Pacific Police.
Offered virtually and on-demand, this course will increase effectiveness when responding to disasters in the Pacific region.
Details about the 2021 Conference will be released late June / early July.
We work to share information and resources faster and more effectively
to better fight crime and respond to emergencies.
We work to enhance investigations capability to address
the highest regional crime priorities.
We work to identify leadership development opportunities
and improve succession planning.
Ensuring we have a strong workforce in every jurisdiction and sufficient resources
is critical to enable effective policing.