The National Development Bank has donated computer equipment to the NCD Metropolitan Command.
The equipment valued at close to K6, 000 comprised of a laptop, printer, desktop computer and hard drive.
A small but significant presentation was held during the week at the NDB Head Office at Waigani.
In presenting the items, NDB Managing Director, Moses Liu said NDB as a responsible corporate citizen aimed at strengthening its ties within the community and at all levels of society and law enforcement agencies are no exception.
He said, “The items are a token of our appreciation for the excellent work done by the National Capital District’s Metropolitan Command in upholding law and order in the city for the benefit of business houses, government departments, residents of this city and also our visitors.
“We appreciate the work that the men and women in blue do and urge you to continue your good work in deterring crime in the city and the country as a whole,” Mr. Liu added.
On hand to receive the items was Chief Inspector, Fred Tundu - Superintendent Operations for NCDMC who thanked the Bank for its timely contribution.
Mr. Tundu pointed out that advances in technology has made it easy for criminals to use phones and commit their crimes that are not detected and hence raises the need for such support to assist them to fighting crime as well as looking into other avenues like the internet and social media to stay on top of their game.
He added that the command has already created a Facebook page titled “NCD Superintendent Operation Support Unit” for the general public to report information on crime and information sharing through this medium.
(L-R) Chief Inspector, Fred Tundu - Superintendent Operations for NCD Metropolitan Command receiving a laptop and along with other items from NDB Managing Director, Moses Liu and members of his unit look on.