OTJIWARONGO - Nearly 30 members of the Namibian Police Force in the Otjozondjupa region were promoted to ranks of senior inspector, inspector and warrant officer on Wednesday.
NamPol commander in the region Heinrich Tjiveze announced this at his weekly parade platform, saying most police officers who were promoted are stationed at the regional headquarters in Otjiwarongo and at police stations around the region.
“This session is the phase two promotion of the 2023/2024 financial year. Therefore, it will not be the end of it,” he said.
He added that a total of 29 police officers were promoted during this phase, out of which 12 police officers were elevated to the ranks of senior inspector, including nine males and three females.
Fourteen police inspectors, comprising 10 women and four men, were also promoted.
The last category was that of three warrant officers, comprising two men and one woman. Tjiveze congratulated all the newly-promoted officers, and encouraged those who were not promoted to remain positive for the next promotion platforms. He urged the members to continue working hard to ensure the safety of all inhabitants and their property in Otjozondjupa.