POLICE AND VMF TRAINING (LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING)

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VANUATU – Forty four police (VPF) and para-military (VMF) officers participated in a four- day training seminar in Vanuatu on International Rules and Standards for Policing which was facilitated by the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) for the Vanuatu Police Force.
The training seminar which was conducted by the ICRC’s Regional Delegate for Police & Security for the Philippines and the Pacific, Mr. Anand Appadoo, was held from 6th to 8th November for 20 police officers in Port Vila and from 9th to 10th November for 24 police officers in Santo.
The seminar focused on arrest/detention, search and seizure, use of force and firearms, crowd management and root causes for behaviour in situations of violence.
The Vanuatu Police Force had requested the ICRC to provide training for its officers who will be involved in providing security during the Mini Pacific Games which will be hosted in Port Vila in December.
The first day of the seminar was opened by the Vanuatu Police Commissioner Mr. Albert Nalpini who thanked the ICRC for taking the time to provide this valuable training which his police officers will greatly benefit from.
He said the training is timely and prior to Vanuatu playing host to thousands of athletes who will convene in Port Vila next month to compete for the Mini Pacific Games.
In closing the two-day training in Santo, Assistant Police Commissioner and Commander North Mr Willie Samuel thanked the ICRC for the training session which in his view is very useful and would help the officers in Santo when they will support and doing their duties during the Mini Pacific Games in Vila.

 Vanuatu Red Cross dissemination presentation

Vanuatu Red Cross dissemination presentation

VANUATU – Forty four police (VPF) and para-military (VMF) officers participated in a four- day training seminar in Vanuatu on International Rules and Standards for Policing which was facilitated by the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) for the Vanuatu Police Force.
The training seminar which was conducted by the ICRC’s Regional Delegate for Police & Security for the Philippines and the Pacific, Mr. Anand Appadoo, was held from 6th to 8th November for 20 police officers in Port Vila and from 9th to 10th November for 24 police officers in Santo.
The seminar focused on arrest/detention, search and seizure, use of force and firearms, crowd management and root causes for behaviour in situations of violence.
The Vanuatu Police Force had requested the ICRC to provide training for its officers who will be involved in providing security during the Mini Pacific Games which will be hosted in Port Vila in December.
The first day of the seminar was opened by the Vanuatu Police Commissioner Mr. Albert Nalpini who thanked the ICRC for taking the time to provide this valuable training which his police officers will greatly benefit from.
He said the training is timely and prior to Vanuatu playing host to thousands of athletes who will convene in Port Vila next month to compete for the Mini Pacific Games.
In closing the two-day training in Santo, Assistant Police Commissioner and Commander North Mr Willie Samuel thanked the ICRC for the training session which in his view is very useful and would help the officers in Santo when they will support and doing their duties during the Mini Pacific Games in Vila.

 Closing of the workshop at the Maritime college in Luganville, Santo.

Closing of the workshop at the Maritime college in Luganville, Santo.