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Use 919 Emergency Line, Public Urged

The Fiji Police Force is urging members of the public to call the Emergency Line 919 if there are no officers to attend to their report. Police spokesperson Inspector Atunaisa
03 Feb 2016 08:30
Use 919 Emergency Line, Public Urged

The Fiji Police Force is urging members of the public to call the Emergency Line 919 if there are no officers to attend to their report.

Police spokesperson Inspector Atunaisa Sokomuri revealed this following a report lodged at the Valelevu Police Station against Police by a tertiary student.

“The public can always call on our emergency line 919 if this type of situation occurs,”   Inspector Sokomuri said.

The student who wished to remain annonymous, claimed that there was no officer at the Kinoya Community Post last Saturtday  when he wanted to report an alleged theft.

“I have lodged a complaint at the Valelevu Police Station against the unavailability of a Police officer at the Kinoya Community Post on Saturday. I waited two hours for Police to serve me, but no one was there. I went to report on my stolen bicycle.”

Inspector Sokomuri said: “There was only one officer on duty that day and he was out attending an earlier report.”

Edited by Maikeli Seru

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