MOJ Serial No. PR-17-40
November 1, 2017
Office of the Vice President and Ministry of Justice
Police Detective Miwa “Tant” Nabeyama Successfully Completes Training Course on Advanced Security Cooperation
On October 25, Police Detective Miwa “Tant” Nabeyama of the Narcotics Enforcement Agency successfully completed a 5-week course on Advanced Security Cooperation at the Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (APCSS) in Honolulu, Hawaii.
While in Hawaii for the 2017 Palau-U.S. Joint Committee Meeting, Vice President Raynold B. Oilouch, Minister Faustina Rehuher-Marugg and Minister Sinton Soalablai took the opportunity to attend the commencement ceremony held at the APCSS headquarters and personally congratulate Detective Nabeyama of his successful participation.
“It was a proud moment witnessing Detective Nabeyama receiving his certification for successfully completing the program,” said Vice President Oilouch. “As a law enforcement officer serving under the NEA of the Ministry of Justice, I firmly believe Detective Nabeyama will utilize his training to advance domestic security and impart what he has learned to enhance the capacity of his fellow officers for improved policing.”
The training course conducted from September 21 to October 25 in Hawaii as conveyed by the APCSS focused on enhancing and building capacity for regional cooperation and collaboration in relation to regional security issues as well as enhance participant’s capacity in areas of critical thinking, communication and decision making in complex environment. Detective Nabeyama attended the training alongside 106 mid-career and senior security practitioners as well as civilian leaders from 38 locations around the world.
He joins Minister Rehuher-Marugg, Assistant Chief Compact Review Negotiator Dwight Alexander and Ministry of State Chief of Staff Jeffrey Antol as APCSS alumni’s.
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