Peace Keeping mission

Nauru Police officers return from UN peacekeeping mission

A statement issued by the government said “Sergeant Drusky Dabwadauw and Senior Constable Jacaranda Akibwib served with their Contingent Commander Imran Scotty who is currently completing the remainder of his duties in Juba.”

“The contingent is the first ever team from Nauru to participate in a UN peacekeeping mission and are the first ever Nauruans to receive medals from the UN for their service in community outreach.”

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.