Nauru Police

Nauru Police establishes special roster to monitor crime activities

This is after they discovered the constant rise of criminal activities in communities involving teenage offenders from the age group of 16 years and under.

The Force strongly encourages parents to look after and be aware of their child’s whereabouts during the night.

Police Superintendent Mr Simpson Deidenang mentioned that neglecting a child is an offence for the parents according to the crimes acts.

According to the Nauru Police Force crime chart, these criminal activities that have been recorded are in the areas of Denig and Location.

Saukuru receives courtesy call from Nauru Police Commissioner

Nauru Commissioner of Police Iven Notten paid a courtesy visit to Minister for Youth Jese Saukuru at his office in Suva yesterday.

The two parties discussed and explored opportunities to provide valuable support in order to promote and uplift the skills of students at the Valelevu training centre and also help in marketing them around the Pacific, especially in Nauru.

Saukuru also spoke on the importance of youth being provided with resources to prepare them for the future, adding that education whether formal or informal was also fundamentally important.


Nauru Police urge Motorbike Drivers to wear helmets

The Police Force has issued the alert after officers impounded vehicles and motorbikes that continue to breach the road traffic act.

The police is also urging the general public not to drink and drive for their own safety and that of the public.

“We are urging the public’s cooperation to have helmets worn when using the public road and carry your license and it is important not to drink and drive.”

According to Constable Adam, Nauru Police Force will not accept licenses that are kept in your mobile gallery.

Nauru Police promotes awareness on cyber-crime

Constable John-ross Dube from the Cybercrime unit conducted the workshop introducing the various types of cybercrime on online social media platforms.

He elaborated on the methods of how online scammers conduct such crimes and also provided information on preventions of how to avoid such incidents.

Cyber Crime Unit Sergeant Vicromic Star said the purpose of the cyber outreach awareness is to inform and educate the general public on the presence of scammers on the online social media platforms.

Australia presents two motorcycles to Nauru Police

Australia’s Superintendent Greg Mowle and his team  handed over two Yamaha XTZ 125cc, motorcycles.

Nauru Police said, “The new motorcycles will be used by Team leaders to carry out mobile visits and inspections on several assigned guard posts around Nauru.”

The gift-in-kind handover took place at the Police Station and was received by Police Commissioner Iven Notte and Superintendent of Support David Canon.


Nauru grateful to Fiji Police Force

Commissioner Iven Notte, said, “At this time the Nauru Police Force also wish to extend our sincere thank you to our big brothers and sisters at Fiji Police, yes indeed we are proud to fly our Nauru Flag amongst other Pacific Island flags, and we raise high and proud with them all.”

“We are in the Pacific, For the Pacific and we will stand proud and serve!”

“Vinaka vakalevu Commissioner Sitiveni Qiliho and the Fiji Police Force.”

Nauru Police creates history

The team of 3 which consist of Contingent Commander Superintendent Imran Scotty, Sgt Drusky Dabadauw and Senior Constable Jacaranda Akibwib arrived safely and have just completed their inductions and will be serving with other police officers from the world over, and flying our Nauru flag high in South Sudan.

Nauru Police warns public to stay at home

Last Friday night police went around closing some shops because there were more than three people inside the store.

The public is advised that only three people are allowed inside a shop at any one time to minimise gatherings and the spread of Covid.

Shop owners must remind customers of this otherwise police will close the business operation

The force has released a notice warning people to stay at home if they are not buying essential needs.

“Police will be moving people on. If YOU are NOT out buying essential needs for YOUR family then stay home!”

Nauru Police urge public to “Mask-Up”

The Nauru Police Force has issued a notice reminding the public to have their mask on at all times, in order to fight the rising numbers of Covid-19 in the country. 

“You are required to have a mask at all times in a public place. Shop owners or keepers must also comply for the benefits of their customers, and the whole country as a whole,” Police said.

Nauru Police is also urging the public to report to the nearest health centre if they show symptoms of the virus.

“The Virus MOVES when PEOPLE move!”

Nauru Police receives new high tech thermal fusion scope

This is after they received a high tech thermal fusion scope from the Australian Federal Police.

The new gadget is expected to assist the force in conducting searches of hard to reach places and improve efforts to locating reported missing persons.

The donation was handed over by Superintendent Greg Mowle and received by Acting Commissioner Kalinda Blake.