Australia helps Samoa Police

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ALL SMILES: Some of the police force with one of the fit-for-purpose vehicles for training and license inspections in both Upolu and Savaii.

ALL SMILES: Some of the police force with one of the fit-for-purpose vehicles for training and license inspections in both Upolu and Savaii.

The Police Training Unit and Firearms Licensing Team were gifted two fit for purpose vehicles by the Samoa-Australia Police Partnership for training and license inspections in both Upolu and Savaii. 

SIGNING: The Samoa-Australia Police Partnership in action.

SIGNING: The Samoa-Australia Police Partnership in action.

SIGNING: The Samoa-Australia Police Partnership in action.
SIGNING: The Samoa-Australia Police Partnership in action.

The Commissioner of Police, Fuiavailili Egon Keil, thanked the government and people of Australia for their generosity during a ceremony in Apia. 

He said the vehicles will significantly improve the Samoa Police’s capability. 

The Women Advisory Network of the Samoa Police Service was also gifted a barbeque grill to assist them with fundraising activities and for networking in the broader community.

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