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Moni Aliyense ~ February 2019
I was very pleased to accept Christopher Beanís invitation to take over the running of the Association. On behalf of all concerned, I would like to express our great appreciation of all he has done over the past 12 years.
By way of introduction, I served in the Nyasaland Police from 1959 to 1964 in PMF, uniform and SB and saw service in all three Divisions. I then continued police service in the Royal Papua and New Guinea Constabulary. Please see further details of my life on the "Then & Now" page of this website.
My contact with the Association began after the first Reunion in 2006 when I came across our website and found my name on the 'Missing Persons' list.
Last year I took over the running of the Reunions and will be continuing this work. Otherwise in my new role, apart from continuing Christopher's past work, I will aim to: (1) Increase contact with and between members and would welcome any news from them. (2) Maximise support for the Reunion, which this year is on Thursday 11th July. Last year's attendance included 12 former officers, 10 of whom started service before 1959. It would be great to see an increased attendance from the many who started their service in 1959 or later when there was a large increase in our numbers.
Please also have a look at the 'Missing Persons' and the 'Then and Now' sections of this website and contribute any information which you are able to provide to firstname.lastname@example.org.
May I take this opportunity, too, to wish you all a happy, healthy 2019, I hope to hear from you in due course and if possible to see you at Reunion in Coventry on 11th July.
Very Best Wishes,
1st February 2019
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