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Police Step Up Patrol

There was a definite sign of improvement seen on Sunday along the areas in Waimanu Road and Marks Street in Suva. The strong presence of Police officers on the beat
21 Apr 2015 11:38
Police Step Up Patrol

There was a definite sign of improvement seen on Sunday along the areas in Waimanu Road and Marks Street in Suva.

The strong presence of Police officers on the beat and the Police Dog Unit made a big difference for residents who were living in fear for the past few weekends where they witnessed street brawls and large groups of men and women drinking alcohol in many of the hot spots the Fiji Sun had highlighted last week.

On Sunday, the Fiji Police Force stepped up its operation to clear the streets of Suva from drunken louts.

Even the Police sniffer dogs were used to boost their operation in the Suva area.

Residents in the area said the situation on Sunday had improved dramatically since Police beefed up patrol.

Police spokesperson Inspector Atunaisa Sokomuri said the patrol would be an ongoing operation.

“This is in a bid to curb street brawls among drunkards in Suva, and to keep watch on other criminal activities,” Inspector Sokomuri said.

“We want people to enjoy their Sunday with their families,” he said.

 

 

 




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