For Immediate Release
Serial No. PR-18-105
April 2, 2018
Office of the President

President Remengesau Swears in Aloysius Alonz as Director of the Bureau of Public Safety

President Tommy E. Remengesau, Jr., on Monday, April 2nd administered the oath of office for Acting Director Aloysius Alonz who officially assumed the role of Director of the Bureau of Public Safety under the Ministry of Justice.

Director Alonz, who has served a long, dedicated career in law enforcement, took on the role of Acting Director of the Bureau of Public Safety in April 2017 following the passing of late Director Julio Omtei Ringang.

In his special remarks during the swearing-in ceremony held at the grounds of the Bureau of Public Safety Office, President Remengesau congratulated Director Alonz for assuming this new role and asked for everyone’s support in working closely and harmoniously with Director Alonz to ensure a safe and peaceful Palau.

Director Alonz graciously accepted his new role and saluted late Director Ringang whom he shared many working years with at the Bureau. He took a moment to express his appreciation and gratitude to his family, colleagues, and the leadership for their continued support. He also thanked all police officers and the police administrative staff who has worked alongside him during the length of his career for their unwavering commitment and asked for their continued devotion to the job moving forward.

Director Alonz’s swearing-in ceremony was witnessed by Vice President Oilouch Raynold B. Oilouch, Senate Vice President Mark Rudimch, House of Delegates’ Vice Speaker Lucio Ngiraiwet, Cabinet Ministers, Ministry of Justice Management and Staff as well as his family and friends.

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