Detective Training School

Detective Training School finally opens

The opening took place on September 15 to coincide with the country’s early 41st Independence Day celebrations.

Australian Federal Police Assistant Commissioner, Scott Lee, officially handed over the Detective Training School to the Royal Papua New Guinea Police Commissioner, Gari Baki.

Baki thanked the AFP for their continuous support and contributions to the RPNGC this year.

The new school in Bomana was the last project undertaken by the Papua New Guinea-Australia Partnership Program (PNG- APP) for 2016.

Detective Training School nearing completion

The training school is to be the last project infrastructure to be under taken by the Papua New Guinea- Australia Policing Partnership (PNG- APP) for 2016.

It is the second last project- a brand new Recruit Barrack was opened last week adjacent to the Bomana Police Training College.

The Detective Training School will see to the needs of detectives to improve the general approach to investigating reported incidents with the best investigative and interview practices for police duty and investigations.