The Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary’s Maiden Strategic Partnership Engagement Forum Is underway today, at the Hilton Hotel in Port Moresby.
The aim of this forum was to enchance & foster partnerships with existing and emerging key stakeholders to advance the RPNGC’s strategic priorities & respond to government reforms.
In his opening remarks, RPNGC Commissioner David Manning said today’s forum was consistent with his statement at the start of this year, that 2023 is the year of law & order and aligns with realizing the Government’s Vision 2050.
“We have seen the capabilities of investment from our partners to improve and respond to crime, but there’s more to be with our partners.”
Commissioner Manning asked the partners present at the Forum to examine the RPNGC’s Corporate Plan and consider what strategic outcomes along with their priorities and capabilities.
“It is only through a transparent & organized approach that we can script partnerships to deliver and improve and build a safer Papua New Guinea.”
Also present at the opening of the forum was the Minister for Internal Security Peter Tsiamalili Jnr, DCP Admin Joan Clarkson, DCP Dr. Philip Mitna, various other executives of the RPNGC, the Australian Federal Police, representatives from strategic partners in various industries in the country, as well military representatives from the Chinese Government and the Red Cross as well.