On November 2, 2017, Mr. Favian Ngiramengior was sworn in as new Chief of Division of Patrol, Bureau of Public Safety. Present to witness the swear-in ceremony were Vice President and Minister of Justice Raynold B. Oilouch, Acting Director Alonz of the Bureau of Public Safety, Acting Director Tellei of the Bureau of Immigration and Labor, Acting Director Tutii of the Bureau of Maritime Security and Fish & Wildlife Protection, Detective Nabeyama of the Narcotics Enforcement Agency (NEA), Chiefs and colleagues from the Ministry of Justice and family and friends of the new Chief.


Vice President and Minister of Justice Oilouch, Acting Directors and the Chiefs took turns to congratulate Chief Ngiramengior for his new position and reminded him of the immense responsibility of the office. They also urged all personnel to work together with the new chief in order to perform the tasks effectively and efficiently.

The appointment of Chief Ngiramengior to head the Division of Patrol came as no surprise and a long time coming considering he has worked for the Bureau of Public Safety for about 26 years. As a result, he has all the necessary knowledge and experiences to fulfill his duties and expectations of his new position.

The ceremony concluded with Chief Ngiramengior expressing his gratitude to everybody, especially for the trust given to him to head the Division of Patrol, and that he looks forward to the continuation of the work.

The entire Ministry of Justice wishes to congratulate Mr. Ngiramengior for his new position as Chief of Patrol. [/restrict]