19 May 2015
The Government of Tokelau and New Zealand Police efforts in improving policing throughout the islands continues with releasing the first ever quarterly report.
The report released earlier this week highlighted police responsibilities and duties in engaging with the community’s leaders and activities to uphold law and justice. It will also monitor the police officers duties and ensure that their responsibilities are being carried out.
This will emphasise police responsibilities to ensure them that they are being watched, and that they must carry out police duties with their foot patrol, school visits, according to New Zealand Police Superintendent Murray Lewis.
Visits to schools and elders will further build stronger relationship between police and its community in further improving of law and order on island.
The next quarterly report is at the end of June.