Samoa police service spreading the spirit of Christmas


On Friday, 21 December 2018 at 1pm, Samoa Police Service (‘SPS’) and Santa spread the Christmas spirit to the 35 children patients of the Pediatric Ward at the Motootua Hospital, by a presentation of gifts worth $3000.00 and Christmas carols sang by members of the Police choir.

It was a memorable and an emotional experience for the Commissioner, management and staff of SPS to see the smiles of the patients and the appreciation conveyed by the parents and Pediatric staff.

Hence the spirit of Christmas of giving and to share kindness to others, this is the second initiative the Ministry has implemented for this festive season.

SPS would like to acknowledge the assistance of the General Manager and staff of the National Health Services in the arrangement of this heartwarming event.


The Samoa Police Service (‘SPS’) started its festive season initiative by bringing Christmas cheer with a performance by the Police Choir and the presentation of a donation of $1000.00 tala to the elderly residents of Mapuifagalele on Thursday, 13 December 2018.

It was an emotional and heartwarming sight witnessed by Commissioner Fuiavailiili Egon Keil, the Executive and staff who were present the happiness of the residents, nuns and staff of Mapuifagalele with the performance of Christmas carols by the Police choir.

Hence, they have requested for more similar performances from the choir throughout the upcoming years.

Commissioner acknowledged the great appreciation by the Reverend mother of Mapuifagalele and conveyed good wishes from the members of SPS for this festive season