Seventeen Police officers graduate
Seventeen police officers have graduated from the Constable Qualifying Course (C.Q.C.) after two weeks of intensive training.
The C.Q.C. is mandatory for every new police Constable to undertake after two years of probationary period.
This training prepares them with additional new skills and knowledge to assist them in their daily duties and as they progress through the police ranks.
The Commissioner of Police, Fuiavaili’ili Egon Keil reminded the officers about their oath of office.
“Remember to uphold the law and to show professionalism at all times in your career when dealing with the general public,” he said.
He congratulated the officers on their achievements.