ACTING Commissioner of Police Ravi Narayan has asked police officers not to lose sight of their core roles and functions given the changes occurring within the hierarchy of the force.
Addressing the 810 police officers who were part of the third quarterly parade yesterday in Nasova, Mr Narayan said changes should be expected.
"Let me be clear. Irrespective of what happens within the organisation, let's never forget the reason why you and I wake up every morning and wear that uniform," he said.
"We are here to serve.
"While there will be changes occurring within, let's never lose sight of our core roles and functions.
"Let's not deviate and change the standard that has been set."
He told officers to expect a challenging fourth quarter.
Mr Narayan was appointed ACP following the expiry of former police commissioner Brigadier General Ioane Naivalurua's term.