Yesterday morning marked the commemoration ceremony for police officers who lost their lives while on active duty.
Speaking at the Remembrance Day, acting Minister for Defence, National Security and Immigration Joketani Cokanasiga said, "police Remembrance Day helps us recognise the friendship and loyalty of your colleagues and the importance of values such as integrity, trust and respect in policing.
"While the future environment for law enforcement will continue to challenge all of us, I know that we will continue to work together to make our communities safer.
"We remember the good work that has been done by all the officers who have died this year as well as those officers who have gone before us."
Recent widow, Mrs Matang Chet, attended the special event with her three year-old granddaughter, Cureta Chet, to remember her husband Corporal Titau Joseph Timoata who died on June 26 this year
"It was a really sad day for us, as soon as we entered the compound this morning (yesterday morning), Cureta asked for my husband," she said sadly.
Mr Cokanasiga challenged police officers to continue to keep the communities of Fiji safe and continue to serve, above all.