Public have high expectations: COMPOL
July 9, 2016 1:20 am
Police Commissioner Brigadier General Sitiveni Qiliho says second quarter results are mixed, however they do not want to dwell on the past.
Brigadier General Qiliho says lessons have been learnt and areas will be fixed in the 3rd quarter.
Speaking at the 2nd Quarter Parade in Nasinu yesterday, he said it is not easy to please everyone, as expectations on service delivery are increasing.
“I am also beginning to realize just how high people’s expectations of us are. Some I’ve seen is to an unreasonable degree, but I want to assure you, that if you are doing your work honestly and to the best of your ability, then you have nothing to worry about.”
The Commissioner says complaints will be made, and officers need to deal with issues in a smarter way.
He says the excuse of no transport or no manpower should not be made.
Seventeen senior police officers yesterday received the highest medal in the Force – ‘The Fiji Police Medal’.