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Drop in complaints

By REPEKA NASIKO
Thursday, April 17, 2014

COMPLAINTS against police officers in the Northern Division have decreased by 31 per cent.

While announcing the division's key performance indicators (KPIs), Acting Commissioner of Police Ravi Narayan said police in the North were to be commended for achieving their KPIs.

"You have also done well in the reduction of crime rate by 17 per cent," he said.

"And congratulations for also reducing the serious offence rate by 39 per cent in the first quarter.

"I would like to commend your staff and the community's effort in the reduction of crime against women and crime against children where you recorded a decrease of 46 per cent and 35 per cent respectively."








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