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Police Meet Security Companies

The Fiji Police Force met with members of the Fiji Islands Security Employers Association (FISEA) to discuss co-operation in keeping members of the public safe from criminal activities. The meeting
18 Apr 2015 11:22
Police Meet Security Companies

The Fiji Police Force met with members of the Fiji Islands Security Employers Association (FISEA) to discuss co-operation in keeping members of the public safe from criminal activities.

The meeting at Totogo Police Station in Suva yesterday was part of the Duavata Community Policing model.

The model enables the force to engage with such bodies to assist them in their work.

“The meeting was to advise the security companies on what the joint effort on how they can assist Police because most of their companies, their guards and vehicles are out on the streets and also in other areas that are of concern to us,” Assistant Commissioner of Police, Rusiate Tudravu said.

“The thing is that we try to acknowledge their existence and we are seeking their assistance through sharing of information and response to some incidents happening in which their security firms are near to rather than the Police.”

Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Tudravu said the idea was received well by the companies which are part of the association.

“They all resolved that they will assist the Police. The future is that we would like to have a legal understanding and all the sharing of information,” he said.

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