POLICE officers are working round-the-clock to ensure the safety of the nation.
And people have been urged not to fear as the search for the remaining one inmate continues.
The assurance comes from acting chief of operations Senior Superintendent Rusiate Tudravu who said all efforts were being made to arrest the escapee.
He assured members of the public not to worry because the police knew that the safety of all citizens was paramount.
"Most of our men are not sleeping now," SSP Tudravu said.
"No one from the operation will stop unless the five escapees are captured," he said.
SSP Tudravu said the force also needed assistance from the public in order to arrest the escapees.
"People's support is vital.
"They are encouraged to come forward and assist the police by providing any information that can lead to an arrest," he said.
SSP Tudravu also highlighted that with the number of officers that had been deployed, the escapees should have been arrested.
He did not rule out the possibility of the escapees being sheltered by sympathisers.
He warned members of the public that harbouring an escapee was illegal and those caught could face seven years imprisonment.
SSP Tudravu said the police, military and corrections services were serious about dealing with anyone that assisted the escapee.