Bintara Noken Will Not Use Violence in Dealing with Society – Papuan Police Chief Inspector General Mathius D Fakhiri reminded the Binatara Noken of Polri to eliminate violent ways of communicating in overcoming any problems among the community.

This was conveyed by the Two-Star General, a native of Papua, when he opened the 2021 Police Commissioner Noken Binlat Stabilization of the Papua Regional Police at the Rastra Samara Field of the Papua Police Headquarters, Monday, January 3, 2022.

“Your presence (Nintel Noken) in Papua is to serve all the people and my message is that you must be able to accommodate all of their aspirations. We must have a disciplined heart, keep good speech so that the public will know that you are all great policemen,” Fakhiri said.

Fakhiri believes that the Papua Bintara Noken is quite familiar with the characteristics, culture and environment in Papua. Because, he continued, 99 percent of Bintara Noken were born and raised in Papua.

“You all, Bintara Noken of the National Police are required to serve the nation and state and you must be closer to the Papuan people because 99 percent of you are born and raised in Papua and must already know quite a lot about the characteristics of the culture here,” said Fakhiri.

On that occasion, the former Dansat Brimob Polda Papua stressed to Bintara Noken to obey the rules that bind as a member of the Police, and stay away from liquor (alcohol) which has a negative impact.

“Even though you are young, you are already a member of the National Police, whether or not you like it, you are bound by various binding rules. You are also required to be a good member of the police and you are strictly prohibited from consuming alcohol,” Fakhiri confirmed again.

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