East Sepik Provincial Police Commander (PPC) Superintendent Christopher Tamari, following the visit of Australian Prime Minister (PM) Anthony Albanese, said he is happy and satisfied with his men and women for their tremendous effort put in to welcome the Australian delegation and the provision of security during the visit.
An exhausted but satisfied PPC upon recapping the events of the visit, said all went well and he is proud of the security profile set up by his officers.
“I am pretty much, to be honest, pleased with the general outcome of the visit and we were an hour ahead of schedule.”
Now that the main event for the Province has been completed, Tamari plans to visit Rural Police Stations in the province and hopes to speak with the Police Station Commanders to chart the way forward for this year.
“I have already sent my plans to HQ. These will be to address certain issues in the province and hopefully we get it endorsed and will work on it this year.”
He already worked out a plan to be approved by the higher ups in Port Moresby and as they wait for the endorsement, he hopes to discuss many mitigating issues.