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Ready to serve - Trukai staff passes first MOU Police Training Program

After signing an historic Memorandum of Understanding with the Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary in January which saw select Trukai security staff joins the RPNGC’s Reserve Police Program, Trukai Industries’ first batch of recruits completed initial training yesterday. (Friday 17th March).

The partnership saw Trukai Industries provide an inaugural core group of eight Trukai Security Personnel to undertake the Trukai Police Reservist Course, run in conjunction with the RPNGC, which commenced 6th March and ran for two weeks.
The initial intake of Trukai’s security officers received specialist training from three RPNGC Training Instructors from Bomana Police College.
On their Opening Day of training Chief Superintendent Perou N’Dranou, Commandant of Bomana Police College, addressed the new recruits while accompanied by three Police Instructors from Bomana Police College in Inspector Maino Aisa, and Senior Constables Tony Hasu and Michael Amefe.
In attendance representing Trukai Management were CEO Greg WorthingtonEyre and CFO Andrew Lawson.
Having now passed out of course training, their graduation coincides with the commissioning of the very first Trukai Reservist vehicle to go out on patrol in the community.
“The first part of our commitment to aiding Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary is complete, but the important work has only just begun,” said Mr Worthington-Eyre.
“As a group, Trukai Industries now looks to applying our training in a practical way and playing our part alongside our police forces to improve safety within our community.”
The pioneering first core group of eight will over time be increased to 25 Reservists.
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