ACTING Commissioner of Police Ravi Narayan believes the force continues to make improvements in his tenure as its head.
ACP Narayan was appointed acting head of the force after the contract of former Commissioner of Police Brigadier General Ioane Naivalurua was not renewed.
And he stated he was not worried about who would lead the force in the future.
"I don't dwell on those issues. I have a job to do, when the next commissioner comes in, we will continue with our services," ACP Narayan said.
But he acknowledged the foundations for the continued improvement of the men in blue was laid by those who came before him.
"I think we are improving day by day. And it's not only this term but we have been since we started working together with the former commissioner.
"And we had certain policies in place to take the organisation forward."
ACP Narayan said the force had worked to get support from the community and the Duavata initiative was one of many that the force implemented to involve communities.
"There are many other things that we are doing in partnership with the community as police," he said.
"We cannot do everything on the ground so we join hands together and we integrate with the community."
He explained the force was about providing better services and were working with stakeholders to deliver.
"It's all about providing service and who provides service?
"The public will not know but the public satisfaction comes when the desires are met."