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Solomon Islands

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    27 September 2017
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Solomon Islands

Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF)

PRINCIPAL-W360

Vision:

An efficient, capable and responsive policing service.

Mission:

Make the Solomon Islands safe, secure and peaceful.

Value:

  • Uphold the constitution and laws of Solomon Islands
  • Uphold the RSIPF code of conduct;
  • Preserve accountability and professionalism;
  • Display courage, integrity, respect and self-discipline;
  • Embrace diversity including gender equality;
  • Work with a client / victim focused approach.

Mandate:

  • Maintain law and order;
  • Preserve peace;
  • Protect life and property;
  • Prevent and detect crime;
  • Apprehend offenders;
  • Maintain national security;
  • Assist court processes and orders;
  • Maintain community safety, confidence and support;
  • Fire prevention and suppression;
  • Land and marine search and rescue;
  • Explosive ordinance disposal;
  • Emergency services.

The RSIPF is headed by a National Commissioner who reports to the Minister of Police, National Security and Correctional Services.

INTERPOL Honiara

The INTERPOL National Central Bureau (NCB) in the Solomon Islands is part of the RSIPF. The Head of NCB is the Assistant Commissioner of Crime & Intelligence.

INTERPOL Honiara’s Head of NCB answers to the Commissioner of Police through the Deputy Commissioner of National Security & Operational Support.

INTERPOL Honiara is staffed by two RSIPF officers who work closely with national police units and other law enforcement agencies. The NCB is the main point of contact for international investigations involving Solomon Islands.

News
27 September 2017

The State of Palestine and the Solomon Islands become INTERPOL member countries

BEIJING, China – The INTERPOL General Assembly has voted to admit the State of Palestine and the Solomon Islands as new member countries. The membership of the world policing body now totals 192.Each application was approved by a more than two-thirds majority vote at INTERPOL’s General Assembly, currently meeting in Beijing for its 86th annual session.The...