Nauru police force

Nauru Police Force awareness campaign continues at NES

Nauru Police Force visited the National Emergency Service (NES) to provide a road safety message as part of their safety awareness programme.

Nauru Media News reports Constable Iyongo Aubiat briefly explained the importance of having a driver’s license whilst on the road.

Driving under the Influence DUI was also one of the main topics addressed.

Nauru Police Force reiterates not to drive when consuming alcohol for your safety and safety of others.

It is important to designate a sober driver.

Nauru Police conducts meeting community leaders

Nauru Police said, “Meeting with community presidents and leaders is important to build strong relationships and encourage community members to be partners in crime prevention in their own districts.”

“Statistics of crime in the community have been shared in the meeting, to have a common understanding of the current trend and criminal activities specific to each district.”

“Yaren community were invited to a meeting and the police would like to thank the representative member for his contribution and attendance, last week.”

Nauru Police sends officers for recruitment training in Fiji

Police said the initiative is part of Fiji Police and Nauru Police outstanding MOU and the Pacific Islands Chiefs of Police PCLEC Initiative.

The officers are expected to also attain Certificate IV in Police Management after the completion of this programme.

They are part of the Batch 65 that marched into the Fiji Police Academy on Friday.

Fiji Police Force Director Training and Education Acting Senior Superintendent of Police (A/SSP) Aseri Nakibo welcomed the recruits and their parents to the home of the Fiji Police Force in Nasova, Suva.

Nauru Police Commissioner acknowledges the Fiji Police for their support in capacity building programs

Fiji Village reports that Nauru Police was able to send their first United Nations Peacekeeping contingent to South Sudan last year.

He requested assistance with training and accreditation of the next batch of officers to be deployed, as Fiji had earlier stated its intent of assisting neighboring Pacific island law enforcement as a regional hub for UN Police peacekeeping training.

The discussions took place as Notte, paid a courtesy call to the Commissioner of Police Brigadier General Sitiveni Qiliho.

Nauru Police Force to clamp down on unregistered vehicles

Nauru Media News reports vehicle and motor cycle owners have been asked to check their registration and to fix their vehicles before riding them on the road.

The road checks will include driver’s license and helmets

No warnings will be issued and fines will apply directly. To avoid this, the public is advised to abide by the traffic law

Accidents have been occurring recently especially on the roads in front of the schools.

Nauru Police will be monitoring these roads for the safety of the pedestrians in these areas.


Nauru Police Force introduces new PR unit

The unit will assist the Police Department's engagement into the community delivering special operations.

Nauru Media News – NTV reports Constable Bragga Namaduk is the focal point officer of the new unit and will be engaging the communities later this month sharing NPFs plans.

The new unit is located inside the Main Police Station in Yaren.

Nauru Police has reminded the general public and especially road users to abide by the laws of the motor traffic act.

Dept of Sports donates equipment to Nauru Police Force

The gear includes weight training equipment, punching bags and racks.

The equipment will support the police force to be active and help them to be fit and healthy.

Deputy Police Commissioner Kalinda Blake said thanked the department for the equipment.


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Nauru Police officers depart for training in Turkey

The officers will undergo three-weeks of training in Ankara.

The team bid loved ones, their families, fellow officers and friends’ goodbye before boarding their flight to Brisbane and onwards to Singapore then Ankara.

The officers will arrive back in Nauru early next month (March) and then depart in July 2022 for their UNPOL mission.

The six officers are SP Imran Scotty, Sgt Wilhem Appi, Sgt Shannon Kanimea, Sgt Drusky Dabwadauw, Sgt Priscilla Dake and Senior constable Jacaranda Akibwib.


Students join Nauru Police Force Brass Band

The police force confirmed that students will be able to perform as a member of the NPF brass band at official events.

Nauru Police said, “The Force’s Media called in to check on the progress of our 'sons and daughters' from Class 9:1 NSS who opted to join the Nauru Police Force Brass Band.”

“Support them as they demonstrate the qualities we want to see in our youth: dedication, punctuality, persistence, resilience, team work and discipline. These young people are our future leaders.”

Digicel supports Nauru Police’s festive season campaign

Police Commissioner Iven Notte said “Digicel Nauru is a great corporate citizen, willingly and enthusiastically getting behind national causes that support the values and civic behaviours we want to see in this country.”

“This year, Digicel Nauru again is providing Police with an SMS BLAST set of SAFETYx3 messages, valued at around $5,000, all the way to the end of the Special Roster in mid-January 2022.”