He made the statement at the opening of the VPF Business Plan Budget meeting at the Aquana resort in Port Vila.
Iavro highlighted some important policy decisions and directions that will soon be implemented, saying it is very important to help the VPF shape a way forward to address the security challenges and risks and at the same time build on opportunities that are currently present.
Iavro also emphasized on building a stronger relationship with citizens through better delivery of services and through greater involvement of citizens in the Police Force.
He thanked the VPF security partners for their tremendous work and support towards the Police Force in particular assistance provided through the Vanuatu Australian Justice and Policing Programme and Defense Cooperation Programme.
The meeting ends Friday, May 24.
Photo supplied Caption: Vanuatu Police Force officers at the training