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AFP boosts PNG Police with course manual

The Australian Federal Police boosted the Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary through the upgrading of the Interviewing and Questioning course manual for the Bomana Police College.

The handing over of the 4th edition titled, “Investigation, Interviewing and Explaining” happened yesterday (Friday, June 24) in a small but significant event at the Bomana Police College.

Mission Commander Bruce Giles, when presenting the course materials to Bomana Police College Commandant Chief Superintendent Perou N’dranou, said the AFP will continue to assist whatever the essential skills that RPNGC lacks in effectively carrying out its constitutional duties accurately.

Commandant N’dranou said the manual will be a boost for police work, especially with investigation, interviewing and questioning of crime suspects. He said a lot of the cases filed by the prosecutors have never been prosecuted.

“For the past years, most of the cases which were filed by prosecutors have been struck out by courts because of insufficient evidence. Now that we have these upgraded course materials in place, it will definitely assist our members in future,” the Commandant said.

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