The Pacific Islands Chiefs of Police (PICP) extends its congratulations to Commissioner Matthew Varley in his new role as Commissioner of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF). In taking up his new role, Commissioner Varley will also become a […]
Possibly one of the briefest retirements in history, Commissioner George R. Lanwi of The Republic of Marshall Islands has taken up his old post as Commissioner of police.
Following elections and a change of Government, Commissioner Lanwi was approached and agreed to commence […]
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NZ gang rumours played down (17/02/2016)
Qiliho appointed Fiji police commissioner .
Fiji devastation revealed from air (22/02/2016)
Acting Police Commissioner Qiliho to remain Acting for another three months. (11/02/2016)
Police Forensic expert Dr. James Kalougivaki helps Vanuatu: (26/01/16)
For effective law enforcement Pacific police need modern laws that keep pace with their growing forensic capability.
Requested by the Pacific Chiefs of Police (PICP) Pacific Forensic Working Group (PFWG) the Australian Attorney-General’s Department (ADG) prepared model provisions to […]
Early notice of meeting –
For Pacific Islands Chiefs of Police Members and those with PICP observer status, the PICP Conference will be held in French Polynesia 19-22 September 2016.
Please diarise the dates of our conference. Correspondence to Inspector Kevin Kneebone:
email; [email protected]
PICP would like to welcome Commissioner Robert A Guerrero as the Commissioner of Public Safety for the Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands. Commissioner Robert A. Guerrero brings with him a wealth of experience. He was a member of the U.S […]