Acting Police Commissioner Juki Fong Chew reminded thirty-eight investigating officers taking part in a one-month Investigators Course Level 2 that every investigative case has its own challenges and merits, but there is one common denominator, and that is the complainant.
Chew says at the end of the day, officers are there to ensure the complainant is satisfied with the actions taken with their reports.
He says it may not always end up in court, but the regular feedback in letting them know of the efforts made will mean so much to them.
The Acting Commissioner also highlighted that every investigation or report received should be treated with the same level of priority as other cases, as Police are gauged on the successful outcomes of their investigations.
He adds a lot of resources are injected into every investigation, whether it be a minor or serious case.
Officers from Rotuma, Kadavu and the Northern Division are part of this one-month training.
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