DIVISIONAL police commander North Senior Superintendent Naulumatua Lutunacaucau challenged Scouts at the Fiji 5th National Rover Moot camp to help build a crime-free society.
In opening the weeklong camp in Savusavu, SSP Lutunacaucau reminded the Scouts that it was also their responsibility to work towards building a safer and better community.
He said as members of the community, police needed them to educate and develop a collaborative effort towards the sharing of resources and best practices for a safer and secure environment.
"Take up the challenge today to champion a crime-free society and form a partnership with the police to ensure a safe, secure and stable society," SSP Lutunacaucau said.
"We must keep abreast of all criminal trends within our society and anticipate new and emerging crime patterns. At the end of the week, you must be able to engage constructively with an open mind, establish relationships that are long lasting and built on trust. The Fiji police duavata community policing model is built on similar ethics."