May 7, 2017 – Honiara, Solomon Islands – A proposed meeting between Honiara City Council (HCC) Law Enforcement, security firms in the City and the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force is scheduled to take place on Thursday 11th, this week.
Chairman of HCC Law Enforcement Division Eddie Siapu said the objective of the meeting is to create a network and partnership with the security firms and the Police.
He said with the departure of RAMSI soon, it is important for all authorities mentioned to work together for the safety and security within the City and to have security measures in place.
“The meeting is to look into areas in which every authorities concerned can work together and to put in place an understanding and create a partnership to work together for the security and safety within the City”.
“As RAMSI will be leaving soon, the safety and security of everyone in the City and those from our Provinces is of paramount importance, and we would like to have all security firms, Police and HCC law Enforcement having a network in dealing with security issues,” Siapu added.
The meeting will be held at the HCC Chambers.
Security firms are asked to confirm their participation to the HCC Law Enforcement Head Robert Madeo on 21191 by tomorrow Tuesday 9th of this month.