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Police Thanks Public For Honouring Curfew

“We have never seen the New Year’s Eve so quiet and we would like to thank the general public in adhering to the curfew restrictions in place.”
02 Jan 2021 11:01
Police Thanks Public For Honouring Curfew
Police officers of Navua Police Station on December 31, 2020. Photo: Police Media Cell

The Fiji Police Force has thanked members of the public for adhering to the curfew restrictions on New Year’s Eve.

It follows a Police Beat operation on New Year’s Eve into the early hours of the morning yesterday.

The Acting Commissioner of Police, Rusiate Tudravu and senior officers went around the divisions to thank officers on the ground for their hard work and commitment in the year 2020.

Acting Commissioner of Police Rusiate Tudravu and Inspector Paris Rasoz of the Royal New Zealand Police Force and team of Police officers during Police New Year’s operation around Suva on December 31, 2020.  Photo: Police Media Cell

Acting Commissioner of Police Rusiate Tudravu and Inspector Paris Rasoz of the Royal New Zealand Police Force and team of Police officers during Police New Year’s operation around Suva on December 31, 2020. Photo: Police Media Cell

“It has been a challenging year for all of us and I wish to thank you and your families in providing your best to the organisation in 2020 and urge you all to keep this same momentum of operations,” he said.

“We have never seen the New Year’s Eve so quiet and we would like to thank the general public in adhering to the curfew restrictions in place.”

While appreciating the job well done, the Acting Commissioner of Police also reminded his officers to serve with pride, and wished them well for a productive 2021.

The curfew breach arrests for New Year were yet to be determined as of yesterday afternoon.

A Police officer at one of the checkpoints on December 31, 2020.  Photo: Police Nedia Cell

A Police officer at one of the checkpoints on December 31, 2020. Photo: Police Nedia Cell

The senior Police officers on the beat were joined by Inspector Paris Rasoz of the Royal New Zealand Police.

Inspector Rasoz is the programme manager for the NZ/ Fiji Police Force Strengthening Programme.

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