Welcome to the Pacific Islands Chiefs of Police

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The PICP brings together Pacific Police Chiefs to exchange information, share learnings, and form regional agreements.

The Pacific Islands Chiefs of Police (PICP) was founded in 1970 in Suva, Fiji and is one of the oldest regional bodies in the Pacific. Over the past 50 years, the PICP has worked continuously to build safer and more secure communities by improving policing.

There are 21 members in the PICP, with the Commissioner, Chief or Director of Police of each national police service representing the member state.

PICP Vision: Our Blue Pacific: Safer Together
PICP Mission: Uniting Pacific Leadership to Build Highly Capable Policing

Upcoming Events

The Pacific Islands Chiefs of Police promotes Member and Partners events and training opportunities for Pacific Police.

The Pacific Islands Law Officers’ Network (PILON) works to ensure a safe and secure Pacific by advancing key law and justice issues.

Child Exploitation Awareness- POSTPONED

24 September 2021 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

This course has been postponed. Presented by the ACCCE - Collaborating with Australian and international partners to combat the online sexual exploitation of children.

Offered virtually and on-demand, this course will increase effectiveness when responding to disasters in the Pacific region.

A PICP Chief's Virtual Retreat will be held on the 11th November 2021.

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.