BY JENNIFER KUSAPA
CHIEF Justice Sir Albert Palmer has acknowledged the work of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force in their ongoing support to the courts and Judiciary in 2021.
Sir Albert said RSIPF worked long hours in difficult and trying circumstances with limited resources in the enforcement and maintenance of the rule of law.
“I thank the Commissioner of Police Mostyn Mangau and the ranks and file of the RSIPF for their ongoing support to the work of the courts and the Judiciary in 2021 and in striving to keep the peace and maintain law and order for the people of Solomon Islands.
“They need the community support in their policing duties and responsibilities,” Sir Albert said.
Attorney General John Muria Jnr also shared similar sentiments in thanking the Royal Solomon Islands Police, for their continued hard work in their support to the delivery of Justice and to the Justice System.
Mr Muria also acknowledged the hardworking frontliners who selfishly worked tirelessly to ensure that community transmission of COVID-19 is contained.
“May God Bless you for your dedicated and committed service to your people of Solomon Islands. May God Bless your families as well as they support and stand by you as you discharge your duties,” Muria added.