A very interesting artice from an anonymous policeman.
By An Anonymous Member of the Royal PNG Constabulary
No police service anywhere in the world can meet the high expectations and demands of the people they swore to serve and protect. The Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary is no different however, statistics on the claims against the state for damages and atrocities in the past and especially the recent killing of a mother in Lae and the Hanuabada incident allegedly by members of the Constabulary show that the RPNGC has gone wayward in terms of how it is conducting police business. Of all the issues that are contributing to the rise of this trend, none has a more devastating effect than the issue of Leadership within the entire organization.
Most of the commanders, supervisors and leaders in the Police Service are of bad quality. In the front line (Public Safety, Traffic, Response unit, Mobile squad etc.) most of the Section commanders and…
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