Martial art skilled military officers to work with Police
07:50 Sat Aug 12, 2017
These officers graduated from South Korea’s Inje University’s with a Diploma Certificate in multi-martial arts.
Taken from/By: Supplied/File
Report by: Akosita Talei
Military officers who underwent Hapkido martial arts training in South Korea will join forces with the Police Force to help in combating crime in the country.
Police Commissioner, Brigadier General Sitiveni Qiliho, says they’re working together with the RFMF to ensure the officers martial arts skills are put to good use.
Qiliho adds the martial art skilled military officers will work with their counterparts in the police force to patrol hot spot areas around the country especially in Suva.
“In the next few weeks they will be deployed to these critical areas so they can also do some practical’s of the training. Not to go out there and break bones but to help us in the crime rate and if that means getting the RFMF under my command and into the special constabulary for the time they’re training with us.”
Qiliho says these are areas where there have been a lot of robberies and other criminal activities take place.
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