Tongan Police diploma certificate dux student

Sekope Fauolo of Ma’ofanga has been chosen as dux of Tongan Police Academy 2014.

Twenty students participated in the diploma training programme received their certificates today at a prize giving ceremony attended by Police Minister Hon. Siosifa Tu’utafaiva at Longolongo.

Female students won most of the classroom training courses while male students performed better at the outdoor training activities.

The first runnner up was Leaongo Manu of Felemea and the second runner up  was Siaosi Bourke, of Longolongo

A special award for the best police woman under  Leadership and Personnel Assessment was won by Na’uli Tu’itavake of Folaha.

This was the second training sessions given to new police recruiters under the academy’s diploma certificate  programme.

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