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15 Nauru Police Officers receive Level 4 Certificate in Policing

 The Nauru contingent were part of a batch of 185 police officers from Fiji, Tuvalu and Nauru to pass out.

Speaking with Nauru Media, Superintendent of Learning and Development, Czarist Daniel said “the basic recruits’ course will be an ongoing training program with Fiji Police”.

She added that there is other training with Fiji Police which is part of a MoU signed between Fiji Police and Nauru Police in assisting NPF with capacity building. These trainings were for higher ranking officers and forensics training.

Two police officers, and member of public, killed at remote property

The officers were responding to reports of a missing person in Wieambilla - 270km (168 miles) west of Brisbane.

The offenders are still at large, the police said at a news conference. Residents are being told to remain indoors "until further notice".

Katarina Carroll, Queensland Police Commissioner, said four police officers attended the property.

One received a "bullet graze", while another escaped the property. Both are receiving treatment in hospital, she said.

Nauru Police officers deployed to UN peacekeeping mission in South Sudan

This is the first time that NPF officers have been deployed to the mission in the Central African nation.

Superintendent Imran Scotty, Sergeant Drusky Dabadauw and Senior Constable Jacaranda Akibwib were selected after successfully completing a four-week United Nations Police (UNPOL) pre-deployment training programme in Ankara, Turkey in February.

Fiji police officers found guilty of rape

The men were among eight officers on trial for the rape and sexual assault of Mr Soko and Senjeli Boila in August 2014.

Fiji Village reports three of the police officers were found not guilty by the assessors.

Lautoka High Court Judge Justice Aruna Aluthge will deliver his judgement on Friday after a month long trial.

Fijivillage reports the five police officers found guilty are Penaia Drauna, Filise Vere, Viliame Vereivalu, Jona Davonu and Senitiki Natakasavu, and the soldier is Pita Matairavula, who is a former body guard of the prime minister.