Papua New Guinea Police warned of public scrutiny
Papua New Guinea’s Police Minister, Bryan Kramer, has warned officers that the public is being encouraged to report poor behaviour by the Police. He told officers in Madang and Morobe that all the people want is to be safe.
The Post Courier newspaper reported him telling the officers that the public would be monitoring them and if they did not perform well they could face suspension without pay. Mr Kramer also said he wanted to be notified if the Police did not have enough fuel to operate their vehicles so he could seek additional funding.