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Police tested for UN stints

By Arishma Devi More than 100 selected police officers of the Fiji Police Force from around the country turned up at the Monday morning shooting exercises at Riffle Range in
04 Sep 2012 12:30

By Arishma Devi

More than 100 selected police officers of the Fiji Police Force from around the country turned up at the Monday morning shooting exercises at Riffle Range in Vatuwaqa.
Police spokesperson Ana Naisoro said the shootings were a part of the ongoing United Nations selection assessment assistant team tests.
“The last phase of the week-long test included a test at the shooting range yesterday morning,” Ms Naisoro said The shooting exercise began at 7am and continued till 6pm.
Miss Naisoro said the participants of the UNSAAT test had passed the first few phases of the tests earlier on, which included written tests, interviews, driving and fitness tests.
The facilitator of the ongoing United Nations selection assessment assistant team, Lamin B. Sarr, of the Gambian Police Force was impressed with the calibre of Police officers who took part.
“Over the past week more than 100 Police officers have undergone a number of assessment tests in a bid to be eligible for future United Nations peace keeping missions,” Mr Sarr said.
He said it was essential that officers passed all the required assessments.
Police Officers who have passed all the different phases of the UNSAAT tests will be eligible for deployment in future United Nations Missions.




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