The RSIPF Environmental Crime Manual is now available to stakeholders. The manual was produced with the support of the Participating Police Force, RAMSI, and was drafted by Katrina Moore, an experienced environmental lawyer who has worked diligently in producing the manual
The Auki police continue to engage members of the local community on the RSIPF mission theme, working in Partnership with the community, and police have attended to villagers such as Sarawasi 1 & 2 in South Malaita, Gwaifai Village in East Malaita as well as local chief at Auki Town.
The RSIPF Traffic Department has been liaising with the Ministry of Infrastructure Development and can advise that workers from Lee Kwok Kwen Constructions have been engaged to conduct road maintenance along the Kukum Highway, commencing today, 4 December 2015, from in front of the Kukum Traffic Centre and continuing towards Point Cruz.
The Commissioner RSIPF presented the Opening Address to the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence on 25 November 2015. The speech is available under Resources > Publications > Domestic Violence or at http://www.rsipf.gov.sb/?q=publications
This morning, Wednesday 25th November 2015, Seif Ples staff marched in the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence Campaign parade from the Honiara City Council to the Art Gallery. Our male advocates’ team are now stationed at the Art Gallery for the day to answer any questions the public might have of Seif Ples. Seif Ples has a 10 minute timeslot after 2pm to address the public regarding Seif Ples along with Our Telekom who speaks a little earlier.
The Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) this morning honoured the Special Coordinator of the Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands (RAMSI), Justine Braithwaite, who is due to end her role as RAMSI special coorodinator. The RSIPF Commissioner, Frank Prendergast, has expressed his sentiments on behalf of all RSIPF officers during the parade, to thank Justine
The public are being advised of a high number of hoax and nuisance calls to the police emergency 999 number. Please use emergency 999 numbers only in an emergency. If, due to being out of credit, your mobile can only make emergency calls, please do not ring 999 for assistance except in the event of emergency. Police communications staff are unable to arrange technical assistance for you from your mobile provider. Commencing July 1, 2015 all emergency 999 calls will be recorded, with repeat nuisance callers being prosecuted under the Police Act.