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Cops empowered

LUKE RAWALAI
Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Update: 12:12PM THE police are being empowered with the knowledge of all laws via training courses.

Chief of Operations officer Assistant Commissioner Rusiate Tudravu said they were also strengthening networking with government agencies to improve their services.

The Fisheries Department in the North earlier raised their concern about the need for police officers to be well versed with the Fisheries Act so they could enforce it efficiently.





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