PNG Police Commissioner Post: Tokura, Baki to meet

July 10, 2019 The National, By CLIFFORD FAIPARIK ACTING Police Commissioner Francis Tokura wants to sit down with Gari Baki to discuss the recent changing of the guard in the constabulary involving the two of them and others. “We are…
Row over top post

By CLIFFORD FAIPARIK, The National PNG POLICE Minister Bryan Kramer, on legal advice from State lawyers, has instructed Gari Baki to vacate the police commissioner’s office as his contract had expired in May. He has appointed Deputy Commissioner Francis Tokura,…
Kramer condemns Baki

By CLIFFORD FAIPARIK, The National PNG POLICE Minister Bryan Kramer, pictured, has accused Police Commissioner Gari Baki of protecting “corrupt politicians” by sitting on their files and not investigating them in the past four years. He was responding to Baki’s…
Officers told to serve Constitution, not Govt

By MALINDA KALE, The National PNG POLICE officers must serve the Constitution and not the Government, says Police Minister Bryan Kramer. He told the 28 cadet officers including six females to be commissioned during a parade at Bomana, Port Moresby…

THE Government is working on a policy submission to improve and modernise the police force through merit-based appointments and through an upgraded two-year diplomat police training programme. Prime Minister James Marape said during question time in Parliament that Police Minister…

Mr Sogavare acknowledges all for peace and calm HONIARA: Solomon Islands Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare extended his gratitude to national leaders, chiefs and community leaders for “making the right decision” in working with authorities to maintain law and order. His acknowledgement…
Emerging threats raising need for MSG to beef up security

By ELIZABETH VUVU, The National PNG POLICE Minister Jelta Wong says with the emerging threats to peace and security, it is incumbent on leaders of the Melanesian Spearhead Group countries to advance security issues. He opened the police ministers meeting…