[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Possibly one of the briefest retirements in history, Commissioner George R. Lanwi of The Republic of Marshall Islands has taken up his
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The Pacific Islands Chiefs of Police Strategic Plan 2015-2019 was signed off by the PICP in Auckland New Zealand 2014. Refer link below
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[vc_row 0=""][vc_column][vc_column_text 0=""]For effective law enforcement Pacific police need modern laws that keep pace with their growing forensic capability. Requested by the
Early notice of meeting - For Pacific Islands Chiefs of Police Members and those with PICP observer status, the PICP Conference will
PICP would like to welcome Commissioner Robert A Guerrero as the Commissioner of Public Safety for the Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands.
12 November 2015 After 18 months of service as Fiji's Police Commissioner, Bernadus (Ben) Groenewald has resigned. Colonel Sitiveni Qiliho has been
(11 November 2015) The PICP WAN mentoring pilot programme was launched in Samoa on the 3rd of November 2015 with the assistance
28 October 2015 Chief of Police for Niue and Chair of the Pacific Island’s Chiefs of Police, Tony Edwards, attended the International
29 October 2015 The Pacific Islands Chiefs of Police longest serving member, Commissioner George R. Lanwi, has retired after 17 years as