This is like all the more policing purviews move towards the utilization of innovation to serve people in general better. Fiji’s Deputy Commissioner of Police, Rusiate Tudravu and Director Corporate Services Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Juki Fong are going to the International Police Summit in Seoul, South Korea where Ministers, bad habit pastors, boss and administrators of police from twenty-nine nations shared their thoughts on worldwide association for keen policing. Frequently named as the Fourth Industrial Revolution from multiple points of view of our lives are advancing, police administrations have executed this pattern by presenting cutting edge police gear and assets – and the Korean National Police Agency is one of the main policing organizations fortifying associations with other global police offices. Agent Commissioner Tudravu says the Summit is an extraordinary open door for Fiji to share thoughts and tune in to others on best practices on worldwide association for savvy policing. “The Korean National Police’s K-Cop Wave activity is perceived worldwide for reinforcing organizations and universal participation to adapt to cross-fringe wrongdoings, and we were lucky to have been allowed this chance to go to this worldwide summit.” The topic of the SummitSummit is Global Partnership for Smart Policing, and Fiji’s appointment had the chance to observe and find out about how the Korean Police frameworks and aptitude through different types of policing collaboration activities have helped in excess of 100 nations. “The multilateral gathering gave us an ideal chance to connect with other major policing wards and to keep in mind that the presentation of new advances would significantly help to police endeavors, challenges noted were as far as enactment and interior procedures which much of the time would require an update and this is a tedious exercise”. As policing goes to the new imaginative techniques so do the culprits, so while one policing purview takes care of its observing the overflow into the following policing ward is a genuine risk, and this was an issue examined finally during the three-day SummitSummit about how the system of police officials can improve collaboration to anticipate cross-fringe crimes. The two senior Fijian officials additionally held two-sided chats with the Korean National Police Agency’s Commissioner General Min Gab Ryong and Fiji’s Ambassador to South Korea Peniana Lalabalavu and First Secretary Joreti Dakuwaqa.