The strengthening of relations between the Fiji Police Force (FPF) and Indonesia National Police (INP) has increased networking and training in specific areas of co-operation.
It has enabled both national Police institutions to cushion the impacts of some of the challenges they face.
The sentiments were highlighted by Fijian Commissioner of Police Brigadier-General Sitiveni Qiliho during Indonesian National Police Training on Cybercrime, Public Order Management, and Traffic Police Training Assessment at the Police Mobile Unit in Narere, Nasinu, yesterday.
Close to 80 Police officers from the FPF and a 16-member delegation from the INP attended the training.
The officers from INP specialised in education and training institution of the INP, international relations division, mobile brigade headquarters, mobile brigade training centre, general Police training centre, cybercrime directorate of Criminal Investigations Department (CID) headquarters, CID training centre and traffic police headquarters and traffic Police training centre.
Brigadier-General Qiliho said: “I am optimistic that as we continue to strengthen our bilateral relations, we are sure to benefit as we develop our people to people exchange programmes.