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Central Command Launch Christmas And New Year Police Operations




NCD – Central Command has launched its Christmas and New Year operation yesterday at the Jack Pidik Oval at five mile with the intention to ensure a safe and peaceful Christmas and new year celebration.


Assistant commissioner of police Chief Superintendent David Yamasombi remind the police officers to stand on the oath  they made in providing protection and safety for the public.

Source: Post-Courier

List of 26 Transfers of Senior Police Officers

Police Commissioner Gari Baki yesterday has announced a transfer directive for senior police officers in the country.

Commissioner Baki in a statement said he had issued the transfer directives for operational expediency in light of current internal command and control issues and issues arising from the 2017 National General Elections.

Commissioner Baki said his transfer directives are final and he will not accept any refusal from any of the senior officers affected.

“They will take their posts as directed and with immediate effect,” Commissioner Baki said, adding that all movements are supposed to be completed by 31st October this year.

The 26 transfers are as follows:


  1. Assistant Commissioner (ACP) Sylvester Kalaut – Divisional Commander NCD to ACP Human Resources;
  2. ACP Donald Yamasombi – Divisional Commander Border to Divisional Commander NCD/Central;
  3. ACP Kaiglo Ambane – Divisional Commander Highlands Western End to Divisional Commander Border;
  4. Chief Superintendent (CSP) Samson Kua – Director Special Services Division (SSD) to Acting Divisional Commander Highlands Western End;
  5. CSP Perou N’dranou – Commandant Bomana Training College to Metropolitan Superintendent NCD;
  6. CSP Jimmy Onopia – Deputy Commander Highlands Eastern End to Director Prosecutions;
  7. CSP Sibron Papoto – Unattached. Posted to Police Headquarters;
  8. CSP Johannes Yapi – Director HR to Provincial Police Commander (PPC) Enga Province; 
  9. CSP Rigga Neggi – A/ACP Human Resource to Director Corporate Planning;
  10. CSP Ben Turi – Metropolitan Superintendent NCD to Deputy Commander Highlands Eastern End;
  11. CSP Joseph Tondop – Provincial Police Commander Jiwaka to PPC Southern Highlands;
  12. Superintendent (SP) Peter Philip – Provincial Police Commander East Sepik to Commandant Bomana Training College;
  13. Superintendent. Michael Corren – National Election 2017 Coordinator to Director Reserve; 
  14. Superintendent. Mark Yangen – Deputy Commander Highlands Western End to Director CID; 
  15. Superintendent. Robert Gesa – Provincial Police Commander West Sepik to PPC East Sepik;
  16. Superintendent. Jim Namora – Provincial Police Commander West New Britain to Director Special Services Division;
  17. Chief Inspector (CIP) Julius Tasion – Group Commander Southern to Deputy Director Special Services Division;
  18. ClP John Midi – Provincial Police Commander New Ireland to PPC West New Britain;
  19. ClP George Kakas – Provincial Police Commander Enga to PPC Jiwaka;
  20. CIP Moses Ibsagi – Director Crimes to Provincial Police Commander West Sepik;
  21. ClP Gideon Kauke – Gordon Barracks to Commander Mendi Police Station;
  22.  CIP Mas Tuman – Police Station Commander (PSC) Mendi to PSC Madang;
  23. CIP Gideon Ikumu – APEC to Provincial Police Commander New Ireland Province;
  24. ClP Michael Tilae – Deputy Director SSD to Superintendent Operations NCD;
  25. CIP Bob Kerry – HRM Pensions to Acting Director HRM; and
  26. Inspector Daniel Yangen – PSC Tari to PSC Kimbe.


Source: PNG TV & Loop PNG October 10, 2017

Police Women Part of APEC Operations

The Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary Water Police has trained two policewomen to be part of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Leaders’ Summit maritime security operations next year.

First Constable Michaelyne Dukur and Constable Mayble Mission are currently undergoing training and rehearsal along with their male counterparts.

These officers are being supervised by Australian Federal Police adviser Inspector Terence Deltion.

Inspector Deltion was the former commander of the Sydney Water Police during the 2017 APEC meeting Australia.

“Through the engagement of experienced officers from the AFP, we are able to acquire first-hand skills and techniques, and that gives us an appreciation of what APEC maritime security operations will require,” First Constable Dukur said.

The female officers have been attached with the water police for some years without specific maritime security training.

Through the APEC preparation training, they are now more confident of performing better in the field once dominated by their male colleagues.

The PNGC Water Police has already started routine patrols along the Motuan coast, including the proposed APEC house and cruise ship sites in Port Moresby.

They will continue to conduct training and rehearsals up until the APEC Leaders’ Summit in November next year.

Police Gets Support for APEC

​The PNG Water police is able and prepared for the coming APEC event says the Commissioner of Police Garry Baki.

This follows AUD 3 million (Australian Dollars) worth of facilities and equipment was handed over today at the water police HQ at Konedobu in the Nation’s capital.

COP Baki said this presentation is part of strengthening and preparing the Water police for the coming APEC summit.

He says because this event will see global leaders enter the country there is a need for an increase in security alertness and preparedness.

The equipment includes two boats, six jet skiis, two buoys, two vehicles and a warehouse to house the equipment.

Baki aslo reiterated that the presentation only strengthens the ongoing relationship between the AFP – Australian government and the RPNGC.

Present at the event was the commissioner, ACP operations Jim Andrews, ACP David Manning, representatives from the AFP and the Minister for Police Jelta Wong who officiated at the event.


Meantime, the commissioner pointed out that this boost in water policing will go a long way in addressing many of the issues that have been faced in the past, including water piracy and other crimes committed via sea.

LOOP PNG Imelda Wavik August 23, 2017 at 6.52 pm