ALL criticisms levelled at the Fiji Police Force will be taken seriously and used to help improve its service to citizens.
That's the word from Acting Police Commissioner Ravi Narayan.
While ACP Narayan did not reveal which areas the force received criticism on, he said each negative review received by the force was a chance for improvement.
"As the acting commissioner, I take all criticisms positively," ACP Narayan said.
"I've always done that in my life as an investigator and as a police officer. This makes us improve our performance.
"So if the members of the community are criticising something that means there is something wrong with our operations."
ACP Narayan said a big part of improving service delivery in the force was to deliver training to officers and upgrade their skills and knowledge.
With the force having to be very visible by nature and under constant scrutiny, ACP Narayan said this gave them the chance to continually evolve and see ways to do things better.
Meanwhile, the force is investigating officers who failed to turn up at the Commissioner of Police's third quarterly parade on Friday.
It was postponed to today after only about 400 of the expected 700 turned up.