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ChIEFS

The PICP currently has 22 members, represented by the Chief, Commissioner or Director of their national police service.

American Samoa
Paramount Chief
Lefiti Atiulagi F PESE

Department of Public Safety

Australia
Australia
Commissioner
Reece KERSHAW APM

Australian Federal Police

Commonwealth of the
Northern Mariana Islands
Acting Commissioner
Anthony I. MACARANAS

Department of Public Safety

Cook Islands
Commissioner Turepu James KEENAN

Cook Islands Police Service

Federated States of Micronesia
Acting Chief Cindy Ludrick

National Police Service

Fiji
Acting Commissioner Juki Fong CHEW

Fiji Police Force

French Polynesia
Commissionaire Emmanuel Mericam

French Polynesia

Guam
Chief Stephen IGNACIO

Guam Police Department

Kiribati
Commissioner Ioeru TOKANTETAAKE

Kiribati Police Service

Republic of the Marshall Islands
Commissioner George LANWI

Marshall Islands Police Department

Nauru
Commissioner Iven NOTTE

Nauru Police Force

New Caledonia
Commissaire Divisionnaire
Jean-Marie CAVIER

Directeur de la Sécurité Publique

New Zealand
Commissioner Andrew COSTER

New Zealand Police

Niue
Chief Timothy WILSON

Niue Police

Palau
Acting Director Chief
Kenny SENGEBAU

Bureau of Public Safety

Papua New Guinea
Commissioner David MANNING

Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary

Samoa
Commissioner Auapa’au Logoitino FILIPO

Samoa Police Service

Solomon Islands
Commissioner Mostyn MANGAU

Royal Solomon Islands Police Force

Tokelau
General Manager National Aukusitino TINOVALE

Tokelau Police

Tonga
Commissioner Shane MCLENNAN

Tonga Police

Tuvalu
Acting Commissioner
Piliota Viliamu

Tuvalu Police Force

Vanuatu
Commissioner Robson IAVRO

Vanuatu Police Force

We work to enhance investigations capability to address
the highest regional crime priorities.

We work to share information and resources faster and more effectively
to better fight crime and respond to emergencies.

We work to identify leadership development opportunities
and improve succession planning.

Ensuring we have a strong workforce in every jurisdiction and sufficient resources
is critical to enable effective policing.