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Changes To Top Fiji Police Positions

Other appointments made at the Assistant Commissioner level included the confirmation of Chief Operations Officer, Abdul Khan, and the appointment of Assistant Commissioner of Police, Isei Vueti, as the chief of Policy and Projects.
15 Aug 2020 15:11
Changes To Top Fiji Police Positions
Top from left, Acting Deputy Commissioner Itendra Nair, Chief of Intelligence, Investigation, and Prosecution ACP Biu Matavou and Chief of Policy and Projects ACP Isei Vueti. Bottom from left, Chief Operations Officer Abdul Khan, Chief of Planning and Internal Affairs Officer ACP Luke Navela and Acting Chief Administration Officer Juki Chew Fong. Photo: Police Media Cell

In a bid to maintain the momentum of operations, new appointments and changes have taken place amongst the senior hierarchy of the Fiji Police Force.

Appointed the Acting Deputy Commissioner is, Itendra Nair, who previously held the Chief of Administration Officers post.

Former Director Corporate Services, Juki Chew Fong, has been appointed the Acting Chief Administration Officer.

Other appointments made at the Assistant Commissioner level included the confirmation of Chief Operations Officer, Abdul Khan, and the appointment of Assistant Commissioner of Police, Isei Vueti, as the chief of Policy and Projects.

Remaining at the post of Chief of Intelligence, Investigation, and Prosecution is Assistant Commissioner of Police, Biu Matavou,  whereas Assistant Commissioner of Police, Luke Navela, continues in his role as the Chief of Planning and Internal Affairs Officer.

Confirmations of rank and posts were also made at the Director and Divisional Police Commander levels.

The Acting Commissioner of Police Rusiate Tudravu acknowledged Government’s support in recognising and having confidence in his ability to continue the work left behind by the Commissioner of Police Brigadier-General Sitiveni Qiliho.

He added the service delivery would be a key priority for the institution.

“The Commissioner of Police has set a solid foundation for us to continue the momentum of operations in line with his intent of improving service delivery,” ACP Tudravu said.

“My focus is getting back to basics and improving our internal process so that we are able to effectively serve the people of Fiji,” he said.

Mr Tudravu said improving internal processes and procedures should result in improving service delivery.

“Concerns and frustrations raised by members of the public when they complain about lack of feedback, late or non-attendance to complaints, conduct of Police officers, lack of transport are all linked to human factors and that’s what we need to focus on.”

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