AC Ian Bara
“You are the first line of leadership in the organisation. You have a big responsibility in managing and leading the lower members of the organisation. You are vested with authority to lead, manage, and support our officers.”
AC Ian Bara
Officers of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) in Honiara have completed the first Middle Management Course (MMC) for this year on 1 July 2022.
Participants of this course were selected from the Police Stations under the Honiara City Police and National Traffic Department.
Assistant Commissioner (AC) of Police Corporate Support Ian Bara says, “You are the first line of leadership in the organisation. You have a big responsibility in managing and leading the lower members of the organisation. You are vested with authority to lead, manage, and support our officers.”
“You are given the responsibility to guide and mentor our junior officers and given the authority to conduct discipline to ensure that officers under your command are treated fairly at all times,” says AC Bara.
“I believe you have learned a lot from this course and will deliver the knowledge of management and leadership to other officers that will contribute to improve the betterment of our policing strategies in this discipline organization as a role model.”
“I have no doubt that you are well prepared and ready to go back to your various work places and to implement what you have learnt from the 10 days course.”
AC Bara encourages all participants to prove themselves as leaders and managers equipped with qualities. Practice and plan your career development and build your future so you excel through the ranks in the organisation and be a future leader for tomorrow.
“I am confident that you will implement what you have learnt from the course. Be a change for tomorrow, don’t be shy and discouraged to show your leadership,” says AC Ian Bara.
I want to acknowledge Royal Solomon Island Police Force (RSIPF) and Australian Federal Police (AFP) Policing Partnership Program (RAPPP) for their continuous support to RSIPF in providing the funding to run these programs. Looking forward to more support in the near future.