Fijian Police attend INTERPOL-organised training
7 May, 2018, 8:39 pm
MEMBERS of the intelligence and policing agencies in the region are in Nadi for a three-day training organised by the International Criminal Police Organisation (INTERPOL).
The training focusses on criminal networks in the areas of drug, financial crimes and security document examination.
Speaking at the opening, acting Police Commissioner Rusiate Tudravu said the most important thing about the regional meeting was to allow greater networking between police agencies in the Pacific.
“Being a member of INTERPOL, we are very fortunate that the Commissioner had a discussion with the Secretary General and this has enabled us to host this,” he said.
“Given the expertise from INTERPOL and other countries that are here, we will be giving out a lot of practical lessons learnt from other countries that are here.”
The meeting ends on Wednesday.