POLICE Commissioner Gari Baki is expected in Buka today for a five-day tour of the Autonomous Region of Bougainville.
Mr Baki will begin his tour by meeting with officials from the Autonomous Bougainville Government, the Bougainville administration and the Bougainville police service.
He is also expected to pay a courtesy call on the acting chief administrator, Patrick Koles, and the ABG police and Justice Minister Ezekiel Massatt, and their senior staff.
Mr Baki will extend his visit to the Tinputz district office and the Wakunai community justice centre.
He is also expected to inspect two new police houses in Wakunai and the proposed site for the new Wakunai police station.
Panguna executive manager, Otto Noruka, would then meet the commissioner and his delegation at the Morgan junction to escort them up to Panguna the first such visit by a commander of PNG’s disciplinary force.
Other plans include a visit to Buin, South Bougainville, to visit the nearby Solomon Islands near Kangu Beach and to talk to police personnel at Buin.
The national police delegation will also visit Siwai district to inspect the administration and the proposed new Ameu police station site and other police activities in the region.
The commissioner’s delegation will then return to Buka on the last day of the tour to meet with the Bougainville police service and their foreign advisers before returning the following day.