CSSI Commissioner Gabriel Manelusi formally announced the promotions of Director Human Resource Management Inspector Bernice Wasia to Chief Superintendent and Sergeant Ronald Losi to Inspector as an OIC maintenance. Currently Bernice Wasia are performing high duty as Deputy Commissioner Administrations on rotation program of Capacity Development and Demonstrated Capability underway in CSSI
Inspector Bernice Wasia and Sergeant Ronald Losi received their letter of promotion from the Commissioner of the Correctional Service of Solomon Islands (CSSI) Mr Gabriel Manelusi to the rank of chief superintendent and Inspector during the JMF and NMT meeting on the 3rd November 2021 at Tetere Correctional Centre
Ronald Losi is an OIC In-charge officer maintenance unit under the Infrastructure Unit within the CSSI at the Rove CSSI Headquarter in Honiara. A job he held since 2012
Inspector Losi graduated with certificate Electrical Trade from Solomon Island National University (SINU) in 2007.
Chief Superintendent Bernice Wasia graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce majoring in Human Resources Management and Management Public Administration from USP Laukala University in Fiji and Diploma in Correctional Administration –Queensland Corrective Service Australia. With this type of qualification she could be earning a lot more if she had joined the private sector or went into entrepreneurship; therefore, she deserves to be promoted
Commissioner Manelusi in his presentation says I have the trust and confidence in you as you received your letter of promotion. It is not easy to get such a promotion. You are a leader who will lead by an example with officers under your supervision
He said leadership comes with accountabilities and responsibilities comes with challenges but as a team we can achieve our goals. The strategic direction and core values set a clear direction for us. Even our national motto is very clear “To Lead is to serve”
As your commissioner, I am watching onward to your performance in taking up another responsibility, it will be challenging, but you have to face those challenges to bring maturity in correctional work”.
Commissioner Manelusi on behalf of the Executive staff, Directors, Commandants, Ranks and files congratulated the two new promoted officers all the best of their new position.