Police Inspectors urged to take ownership of their responsibilities

Police Inspectors urged to take ownership of their responsibilities

By Navitalai Naivalurua
Sunday 11/04/2021
Acting Commissioner of Police Rusiate Tudravu [Image: Fiji Police Force]

57 Inspectors from the Fiji Police Force who graduated after a one-month Inspectors Qualifying Course have been advised to take ownership of their responsibilities as they will play a very key role in the organization.

The Acting Commissioner of Police Rusiate Tudravu says Inspectors are the link between the senior hierarchy and the subordinates which means they are the ones who will be implementing the intent of the organization and channel it down to the men on the ground.

Tudravu says they have to remember the organization will not sail smoothly if they are sleeping on the job.

The Acting Commissioner says as leaders they had to have empathy and understanding and know that their leadership styles would determine how the officers under their command would be able to produce the required outputs needed to achieve the organization’s intent.

Inspector Raijeli Kunakata, Inspector Iisapeci Tuvuki, Inspector Jekope Latu, and Inspector Prashant Prasad received special awards for their outstanding performances during the course.

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