They say they died last week and were aged about 27 to 34.
Insiders say 40 officers have died in the past two years and are blaming the deaths on stress and overwork.
Figures used recently by the Fiji Times say 37 officers have died over three years - 31 of them reportedly from a non-communicable disease.
Pedometers were introduced for police just over a week ago with Commissioner Ioane Naivalurua saying he wants officers to be assets instead of liabilities.
They were bought in partnership with the World Health Organisation at a cost of $150 each or $600,000 for the entire four thousand strong force.
Naivalurua says the pedometres will help officers reach the required fitness level but moles say he's the cause of much of their angst, making them work 12-hour shifts as well as walking the compulsory 10ks a day.
They say while he's scrimping on basic logistics including transport for them, Naivalurua took 15 overseas trips last year where he pocketed $75,000 American dollars in travel allowance. Other expenses such as hotel and air tickets are paid separately by the Fiji police force.
Naivalurua is said to have also planned about 20 trips this year and took a 10-day trip to China last month, reportedly pocketing $7000USD in allowance.
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Police spokeswoman Ana Naisoro has said a health audit is underway for police officers.
She says the Force Medical Unit has made monitoring and evaluation a key priority for the coming year and aim to have officers fit and healthy by December 31.