30 Oct 2013

Former PNG Police chief now new head of National Intelligence Organisation

11:11 am on 30 October 2013

Former Papua New Guinea Police Commissioner Gari Baki has been appointed as the new Director General of the National Intelligence Organisation.

Mr Baki, 56 years-old from West New Britain Province, has served in the Papua New Guinea Constabulary for 36 years, four of which as Commissioner of the Force.

In a short interview with the Post Courier Mr Baki said the Organisation is a key institution in alerting and gathering vital information for intelligence and it supports of law enforcement, national security, defence and foreign policy objectives.

His appointment is for a four year term.