MARSHALLS TO SEND TWO POLICE OFFICERS TO SOLOMONS

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MAJURO, Marshall Islands (Yokwe Online, Feb. 2) – Republic of the Marshall Islands Police Commissioner George Lanwi announced yesterday that two Marshallese police officers will be joining other police officers from the Federated States of Micronesia and the Republic of Palau this month to participate in the Regional Assistance Mission to the Solomon Islands.

Sergeants Calrson Jacklick and Clemson Jormelu will be deployed for six months.

"The two officers have the skills and experience in police general duties, community policing practices, and investigation. They have succeeded in basic and advanced police training," said Lanwi.

The overall goal of the Regional Assistance Mission is to help the Solomon Islands regain social, economic, and security stability.

Jacklick and Jormelu will be the first participants from the Republic of the Marshall Islands Public Safety Department to take part in the peacekeeping process. They will depart the Marshall Islands later this month.

February 3, 2006

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