Change within the Force has already begun whether one agrees to adhere to or not.
Speaking to the Western Division Command Group at Namaka yesterday (Tuesday 17/06/12), Commissioner of Police Brigadier Ioane Naivalurua, stated that change has already begun internally and all must get on with the flow or will be left out.
"Change has already started and if you're not keeping up with this flow then you will be left out", says Brig Naivalurua.
The Namaka Police Bure was filled with Divisional Managers, Officer-in-Charge, Station Officers and Crime Officers to hear first hand what the Commissioner had to say. Upon his deliberation, Brig. Naivalurua emphasized that change is all about getting your hands dirty.
"Change is all about getting your hands dirty. It's no use talking about the Force for the Nation if we cannot do the simple things right", adds on Brig. Naivalurua.
"We are all here to work and I want a change that is REAL. Change is all about attitude and the challenge is to remain professional police officers".
The Commissioner who was in Nadi for a short visit, stated that he is always thrilled to come to the West as it is the biggest Division in the Country.
Over the years, the west is known for a division that is always faced with many challenges given the large Area of Operation it covers.
In concluding his deliberation, Brig. General Naivalurua highlighted the upcoming Wellness Month in this 2nd Quarter.
"Our next Wellness Month is August and by now most of our men and women are suppose to be gearing themselves up for this month", declares Brig. Naivalurua.
And the West may just be in for a surprise as the Commissioner has also declared that there would be a new formation of a horse platoon in the end year.