SIX new cadet officers who joined the Fiji Corrections Service (FCS) have been told to maintain the integrity of the workforce.
While welcoming the six new cadet officers, FCS Commissioner Lieutenant Colonel Ifereimi Vasu told them the workforce had high expectations of them.
He also warned them they would not be taken too kindly by their elder colleagues.
"You have to be courageous and strong and maintain integrity at all times," Lt-Col Vasu said.
He told them not to be embarrassed while asking for help because mistakes would not be tolerated.
"Be the agent of change within FCS," Lt-Col Vasu said.
He reminded the officers it was a must for them to upskill themselves and not be content with what they had.
Lt-Col Vasu told the older officers the new recruits would need their guidance and support.
"You need to show them the way. Your support will be needed to groom the new graduates," he said.
Lt-Col Vasu urged family members that the new cadets would need their support as they go along.