Relations between the Royal Brunei Police Force, and the Royal Brunei Armed Forces, RBAF is clearly seen in all operations that require the two forces to tackle any conditions, either in emergencies, routine or peaceful times. The interaction of officers and lower ranked staff between the two forces are encouraged to be conducted at all times for the understanding of their respective scope of duties. This is needed so that there will be no confusion while carrying out their duties and at the same time, shows commitment of the two forces in maintaining peace and safety of citizens and residents of Brunei Darussalam. The Commissioner of the Royal Brunei Police Force stressed the matter at the Passing out Parade of the 163rd Intake of Male Recruits yesterday morning.
Dato Paduka Seri Haji Mohd Jammy bin Haji Muhd Shah Al-Islam urged the recruits to continue enhancing and completing existing knowledge and skills to face any challenges. Dato Paduka Seri said it has been proven that war tactics and knowledge has changed vastly whereby a smart soldier is truly needed as the arena of war has clearly changed from conventional to new dimensional. This is also relevant to the Royal Brunei Police Force of which the criminal landscape has changed with time.
253 male recruits of the 163rd intake completed their 31 week basic military training.
Also present was Major General Pengiran Dato Paduka Seri Aminan bin Pengiran Haji Mahmud, Commander of the Royal Brunei Armed Forces. Sergeant Raimi bin Masri was selected as Best Male Platoon Sergeant; Corporal Md Hazamin bin Hj Awg Morsidi, Best Male Trainer; Mohd Wafiy Asma'i bin Mohd Ashenoel Ashari was selected as Best Overall Male Recruit; Best Military Skills went to Ak Md Nur Isfahadi bin Pg Hazman; Md Ainol Hamzi bin Osmadi, Best in Light Weapons; and Ahmad Yazid bin Awang Hidup, Best in Physical Exercise.
Source: Radio Television Brunei