From Nausori, on the central eastern side of Fiji, Mereani Rokowati is one of ten Fijian police members working alongside their colleagues from the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force.
Matatia is one of two international representatives from Tuvalu, the fourth-smallest country in the world, and is a proud contributor to RAMSI as a Pacific Islander.
As the former Coordinator of Pacific Island Contingents, Naua Vanuawaru has a keen understanding of the contribution Pacific Island nations make to RAMSI’s Participating Police Force.
From Tofoa, in the Tongan capital of Nuku’alofa, Pita Tahitu’a is an officer in the Royal Tongan Police.
Tarry Tarkij is proudly the sole representative from Marshall Islands currently serving with RAMSI.
Albert Tasmania comes from the beautiful and isolated island of Niue, located to the east of Tonga in the South Pacific Ocean.
Maryline George brings her years of experience with the Vanuatu Police Force to her work with the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force's Sexual Assault Squad.
Former Solicitor-General of Tonga, Linda Folaumoetui brings a wealth of expertise to her role as Litigation Adviser for the Solomon Islands' Attorney General’s Chambers.
With more than fifteen years experience in public prosecutions in Fiji, Australia and even the Marshall Islands, Fiji's Andie Driu brings a huge level of know-how to Solomon Islands
Private Dion Netana-Nathan, from Ngapuhi in New Zealand’s North Island, is a proud member of RAMSI’s military contingent.
The Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands (RAMSI) is a partnership between the people and Government of Solomon Islands and fifteen contributing countries of the Pacific region. RAMSI is helping the Solomon Islands lay the foundations for long-term stability, security and prosperity — through improved law, justice and security; more effective, accountable and democratic government and stronger, broad-based economic growth.