Station gets new exhibit room

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NATIONAL Capital District Metropolitan Superintendent Perou N’dranou has thanked Australian police for the new Boroko Police Station exhibit room, which was handed over yesterday.
He told The National that previously, each unit at the station had to store its exhibits separately within offices, due to insufficient storage space.
“Now that we have the newly-opened exhibits office, all evidence and exhibits collected on crime scene can now be stored properly in one safe room,” N’dranou said.
Australian Federal Police (AFP) handed the keys to the new office yesterday after completing the building.
N’dranou also acknowledged AFP for opening the refurbished holding cell block at downtown Port Moresby Police Station.
“This building was not renovated for so long until the AFP came on board to renovate it,” he said.
The refurbished cell block would hold more than 10 people.
Superintendent Rees Folpp of AFP said the refurbishment was part of its ongoing assistance to Royal PNG Constabulary under the PNG-Australia policing partnership programme.
“We have done similar thing to other cell blocks in the city,” he said.
“We have only Gerehu and Gordon left to complete.”

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