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Workshops a new initiative

Salaseini Moceiwai
Monday, March 10, 2014

CRIME prevention workshops are among new initiatives to be implemented at this year's Duavata Northern Crime Prevention carnival in June.

Carnival committee chairman Satish Kumar yesterday said they had prepared new initiatives to spice up the week-long event.

"One of them is having crime prevention workshops during the week-long carnival," he said.

"The workshops will be for the public and anyone who wants to learn more about crime preventions.

"We will be working very closely with the police on these workshops as they can be facilitators and trainers."

Mr Kumar said the carnival was not only a time to socialise but also an opportunity to educate the public on crime prevention.








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