Perou N’Dranou

NCD community surrenders firearm, ammunition

Their recent success story involves the recovery of a stolen firearm at Morata 4 by the community.

In a press briefing today at the Boroko Police Station, chief superintendent Perou N’Dranou commended the Morata community for taking a decisive stand in influencing their youths to hand over a recovered pistol and 19 rounds.

Stop complaining, invest in police: N’Dranou

That was from the NCD Metropolitan Superintendent Perou N’Dranou during the NCD Law and Order Summit.

The police service needs to be revolutionised now, and procrastinating this will only make policing in the National Capital District worse, says N’Dranou.

No fuel in vehicles for officers to carry out policing duties has become a norm in NCD.

“Last week we had four days of no fuel. As we speak today, two police stations have no vehicles, yet they (officers) come to work getting on PMVs.

Police suggest alcohol restriction in city

Perou N’Dranou voiced his concern following the increase in alcohol-related violence, especially the two deaths that were reported during the State of Origin night, then another in the early hours of Thursday.

N’Dranou said though the three deaths were from two separate incidents, they were all linked to alcohol abuse.

“It started when people are drinking, disturb the other group then the other retaliate and then we have a tribal warfare in the city,” he stated.

Suspended police officer goes on rampage

Officers at the Gordon’s Police Station reported that they were alerted to the incident at around 11pm yesterday (June 25th).

By the time they got to the station, the scene that greeted them was one of chaos; at least three doors were forced ajar with the door knobs pulled off, chairs were strewn about and louvre blades were shattered.

“He attacked the police station and wilfully damaged the doors and all the windows in the police station. He’s now apprehended as well. And once he gets sober, he will be arrested, just like the other two.”

Maintain dress standard, police told

The NCD metropolitan superintendent once again stressed that this includes a neat and tidy appearance.

The NCD metropolitan superintendent, Perou N’Dranou, has always stressed on an immaculate appearance.

It was no different during a zone 1 parade this week, where police personnel at the Hohola station were reminded to maintain the highest standard of dressing and conduct.

“You are very important to the public,” he said. “If they see you are a disciplined, well-dressed, well-mannered officer, they will respect that and there will be no law and order problem.

NCD urged to take action

NCD police are urging residents to take ownership, stand together and help fight crime.

The NCD metropolitan superintendent made the call after he was informed of a social media post regarding the attempted abduction of a woman at Six-Mile on Sunday.

However, the Boroko Police Station nor the Six-Mile precinct have anything on file regarding the incident.

Chief superintendent Perou N’Dranou said while he is yet to receive a report on the matter, he wants the residents to take a stand against such incidents.

NCD police address ‘missing persons’ reports

The NCD metropolitan superintendent made this statement following numerous missing persons posts on Facebook.

Port Moresby residents have been urged to refrain from inciting fear after several individuals took to social media in recent weeks to post about missing family members or friends without filing reports with police, or in some cases, posting without exhausting all avenues.   

Metropolitan superintendent, Perou N’Dranou, reiterated that a number of those reported to be missing were, in actual fact, not missing at all.

Public urged to be vigilant

However, NCD Metropolitan Superintendent, Perou N’Dranou, would like that the public be more vigilant in preventing kidnappings.

He said the trend of reported kidnappings only picked up in 2018, and is the most important one to take note of in missing persons cases.

Chief superintendent N’Dranou called on the general public to help a person who may be in distress; whether they are being harassed or attacked in a public space.

Negligence, violence strong factors behind missing persons: Police

NCD Metropolitan Superintendent, Perou N’Dranou, said this when he met with media to help get the message out to families.

Missing persons reports have increased to 2 to 3 per month, and police in NCD are gravely concerned about this.

On Tuesday, N’Dranou told media that parents, family members and even the general public need to start protecting the vulnerable from opportunists.

NCD police boss rebukes officers

Metropolitan superintendent, Perou N’Dranou, believes the best way to go is to get the basics right.

This morning, the NCD metropolitan superintendent conducted an inspection at the Six-Mile Police Station.

The Met Supt stressed on tidiness at the parade, rebuking officers with unpolished shoes, buai-stained teeth and those who were not wearing the police-issued beret. He even threw away an officer’s baseball cap.