Correctional Service of Solomon Islands (CSSI) Investigation and Compliance Officers are currently undergoing a four days training on basic investigation course, as of 25th July at the CSSI Headquarter, Rove.
Speaking during the opening, Commissioner Gabriel Manelusi welcomed the trainer and facilitator Mr Jack Balaga from JADI General Professional Services and more so, the participants themselves for being part of the course.
Commissioner Manelusi reiterated to participants, that they are going to be trained as critical investigative officers and will engaged in such situations. Ultimately understanding the entirety of investigative process through criminal investigations is important.
This basic course provides participants with an effective investigation tool that are more crucial. They are effectively prompting them from investigation, to enhanced force investigation, evidence based method and cognitive interview process.
The Office of the Commissioner developed this comprehensive course; outlining concepts and theories in investigation and report analysis. This enables officers with the relevant skills and knowledge to develop investigative strategies, and to effectively and objectively collect legitimate information within the organizational structures to fully meet set goals.
On behalf of the CSSI Executive, Commissioner Manelusi thanked the Director of Professional Standard Unit, Correctional Service Academy Staff, and especially the Managing Director of JADI General Professional Services, Mr Jack Balaga for his continuous support and partnership within the national disciplinary force, he is a former retired Senior Police Detective Officer.
Official participants in this basic investigation course are from Tetere Correctional Centre, Rove Central Correctional Centre and the CSSI Headquarter.