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Students, festival on Police mind

WATI TALEBULA SUVA The Fiji Police Force will start monitoring operations this weekend as part of its preparation for the upcoming second term school holidays and the 2014 Vodafone Hibiscus
09 Aug 2014 08:53

WATI TALEBULA
SUVA

The Fiji Police Force will start monitoring operations this weekend as part of its preparation for the upcoming second term school holidays and the 2014 Vodafone Hibiscus Festival.
Its spokesperson, Inspector Atunaisa Sokomuri, said they would monitor school students moving about during the day and monitor nightclubs at night.
“We will monitor the movement of the students during the day which will give Police ideas on where most students will spend their days during the coming two-week school break,” he said.
“Nightclubs will also be monitored and club owners have been working with the Police to ensure that students produce identification card upon entry.
“We will continue to raise awareness with nightclub owners on underage entry and we will work together to ensure that minors are turned away.”
Mr Sokomuri said they would not only focus on students during the school break; the 2014 Vodafone Hibiscus Festival would also be on the Police agenda.
“Police are calling on parents’ assistance by monitoring their children’s movement and limit their visit to the city area,” he said.
“With just a week left until the second term school holidays, the Fiji Police Force is gearing up to provide security and to ensure that the school break goes smoothly and everyone to enjoy an incident free Mother of all Festivals – the Hibiscus Festival.”
wati.talebula@fijisun.com.fj




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