Mangau happy with new hilux from AFP

RAPPP Commander Paul Osborne handing over vehicle key to Commissioner Mostyn Mangau
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Local police have acknowledged the Australian police for a new Toyota hilux donated today.

Commissioner Mostyn Mangau during the handover at the Rove police headquarters, thanked the partnership programme between the two police forces, known as RAPPP (RSIPF and AFP Policing Partnership Programme).

Mangau said the Trans National Crime Unit under the National Criminal Investigation Department (NCID) will be boosted with the help from AFP (Australian Federal Police), Police Media reported.

Commissioner Mostyn Mangau and Commander Paul Osborne signing a handing over document of the vehicle

Mangau said, “I am certain that it will improve the work of our officers working inside the unit. Please look after the vehicle and use it for its intended purposes. Visit the RSIPF vehicle policy as a guide on using the vehicle.

“I want to thank the government of Australia through the RAPPP for their great support to the RSIPF especially during this time of the COVID-19 pandemic.”

The vehicle was gifted to the Trans-National Crime Unit (TCU) of the RSIPF this morning 7April 2022.