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Deputy Superintendent Apimeleki Taukei inspects the graduates at the parade held in Naboro

Twenty eight officers of the Fiji Corrections Service [FCS] graduated on Friday the 5th of September after attending  a two-weeks potential Non- Commissioned Officers course at the Naboro Corrections Academy.

Speaking to the officers during the pass out parade, Officer in Charge for the Suva Corrections Centre Deputy Superintendent, Apimeleki Taukei said that they should set high standards for themselves and achieve them so as to be an inspiration to their men.

“Be a beacon that can guide the new generation of custodial officers and be the hand that conducts and support instructions of your superiors, always in the middle absorbing the pressure for your men,” said Mr. Taukei.

He told officers that their superiors have identified them as potential leaders amongst other officers who had already serve in the Fiji Corrections Service and they should perform well in their respective duties.

“I want to re-assure you that such trainings will enable you to prepare for any critical situation whether in operation or administration work within the FCS,” Mr Taukei said.

He also encouraged officers to remember the values of FCS because it will help them in their career as corrections officers.

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