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Force fails to meet KPI

Nanise Loanakadavu
Saturday, February 02, 2013

THE Fiji Police Force failed to meet its key performance indicator (KPI) targets in the last quarter.

However, Police Commissioner Brigadier General Ioane Naivalurua says they should be in a position to explain the reasons why.

The force only achieved three of its eight KPIs in the last quarter.

Brig-Gen Naivalurua said limitations of resources and capabilities were one of the many factors that contributed to this failure.

"There are more than 1000 things that needs to be done within the force," he said.

"We cannot do all given the time constraints and the resources we have.

"That is why we are trying to identify the 101 things which include the internal elements and external elements within our operation."

The commissioner said their focus this year would be on the "process and system".

"Our theme this year is plugging the gaps," he said

"Gaps such as training so that officers are on par with the time and changes and be ahead of issues."

Brig-Gen Naivalurua said this year would be an interesting one with their new business philosophy "killing five birds with one stone".

He said they would stretch each dollar so that they get maximum dividends and results.





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