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assault Zero tolerance says Tudravu, on violence

Aqela Susu suva, newsroom The Fiji Police Force does not tolerate any violence against women. Its chief operations officer, Assistant Commissioner of Police Rusiate Tudravu was commenting after Police charged
10 Mar 2014 11:14

Assistant Commissioner of Police Rusiate Tudravu.

Aqela Susu
suva, newsroom
The Fiji Police Force  does not tolerate any violence against women.
Its chief operations officer, Assistant Commissioner of Police Rusiate Tudravu was commenting after Police charged a man for allegedly assaulting his wife.
A Nausori teacher had complained that his sister had been assaulted by her husband and wasreleased only a few hours after he was arrested by the Police.
“My sister was beaten so badly; being punched several times by her husband and blood had clotted in her left eye,” he said.
The  school teacher’s sister reported the matter to the Police last Thursday before her husband was arrested  at 6.30am last Friday morning.
“He was taken in on Friday morning but was out of police custody again almost five hours later,” the teacher said. 
However, ACP Tudravu said one should understand that a person could only be bailed out of Police custody once charged.

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