SPPCS First Aid Training conclude.

After a dedicated week-long session, the first aid training program organized by the Samoa Police, Prisons & Corrections Services has reached its conclusion.
This initiative saw the participation of twelve officers from the Samoa Police, Prisons & Corrections Services, who have successfully completed the comprehensive training.
The completion of this training marks a significant augmentation in the pool of officers equipped with essential first aid skills and knowledge within the organization.
These newly trained officers are poised to contribute effectively to emergency response scenarios, bolstering the safety and well-being of both colleagues and the public.
The training sessions were expertly led by Constable Benjamin Mulitalo, a certified instructor within the Training Unit of the Samoa Police, Prisons & Corrections Services. His guidance ensured that participants received high-quality instruction, enabling them to acquire vital skills crucial for providing immediate medical assistance when needed.
The Samoa Police, Prisons & Corrections Services reaffirms its commitment to continuous professional development and the enhancement of its personnel’s capabilities.
Through initiatives such as this first aid training program, the organization remains steadfast in its mission to uphold public safety and deliver efficient emergency services across Samoa.