Video conferencing has proven to be a cost effective tool the force adopted to daily interact with officers at the divisional level.
Every morning formation commander's receive reports and briefs from various divisions, keeping them abreast with development in the various divisions.
Vanuatu High Commissioner Kanam Wilson said the use of modern technology in police work in Fiji was an interesting development that was observed.
The delegation was part of the daily conferencing session at Police headquarters this morning.
"It is certainly something that we can go back and use in Vanuatu," he said.
"It removes the need to meet in person, cuts down on travelling and that basically represents the wonders and ease technology can bring to our lives and it's encouraging to see the Fiji police force is making technology a tool for advancing police work."
Chief Operations Officer Assistant Commissioner of Police Henry Browne said the use of video conferencing brings about improved cohesiveness of operation in the force.
"It cuts down travelling costs for meetings which used to be quite significant previously since our police officers are well dispersed throughout the country," ACP Browne said.
"There is also real time dissemination of information, guidance for our officers on the ground from either the Police Commissioner or chief officers and we are able to have better monitoring of developments at the regional level."
The Vanuatu police delegation headed by their Chief of Staff Major Kalsem Bongran is here to witness the operational capabilities of the Fiji Police Force, gain an understanding about the community policing models followed in Fiji.
Yesterday, the Vanuatu delegation after courtesy calling on the Police Commissioner Brigadier General Ioane Naivalurua were treated to a display of comical and entertaining skills performed by the Police Band which is an important arm of community policing work.