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Law enforcers monitor celebrations

August 14
07:20 2014

The second term school holidays are here and children around the country will be celebrating in their own ways.

This will be a crucial week for Police operations in dealing with school children taking their celebrations to another limit.

It has been experienced in past years that this is usually the time when school students go to the extreme with their end of the term celebrations.

With the Fiji secondary schools rugby finals, the TadraKahani and the Hibiscus Festival this week, students will go out of their way celebrating.

The Fiji Police Force will be on full alert monitoring liquor outlets, picnic spots and nightclubs where school students will be celebrating.

While we want you to enjoy your celebrations, we will want you to keep your celebrations within the bounds of the law. Students found in nightclubs or anywhere under the influence of alcohol will be taken to task as our officers will be on full alert.

Internet cafes and entertainment centres will also be monitored to ensure that their operations are within the bounds of the law. The Police are also giving a timely warning to liquor outlets and nightclub owners to refrain from entertaining people under 18 years of age.

Students found loitering after hours without suitable explanation will be taken to task.

We are also calling on all parents to strictly monitor their children’s movement this week.

Police Media Cell

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