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Staff Reporter 5/15/2013 | |

Premier Campbell Newman says 150 Queensland police will embark on an exchange program with PNG.
    Queensland plans to send police officers to serve in Papua New Guinea and host officers from the neighbouring country.
    Premier Campbell Newman, who is in PNG, says up to 150 police officers will be exchanged to improve policing operations and protocols in PNG.
    "The Queensland Police Service (QPS) is world renowned for its training and mentoring capabilities, and it will be a great opportunity to share this knowledge with our closest international neighbour," the premier said in a statement.
    Queensland police have served in East Timor, Solomon Islands, Haiti and Cyprus as part of United Nations missions.AAP

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