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Walk the extra mile

Salaseini Moceiwai
Wednesday, June 04, 2014

POLICE at the Tukavesi station in Cakaudrove have been encouraged to work diligently to uphold law and order in the area.

Divisional police commander Northern SSP Naulumatua Lutunacaucau, who was on tour of the station early this week, said while the personnel had been carrying out their duties well, it was prudent they walked the extra mile.

"This is just a normal visit to the various stations and police posts in the division and Tukavesi is my first stop-over," he said.

"The personnel have been working as expected and we want them to lift their performances to another new level for the safety and security of the people in this area.

"I had a talk with them and it was also an opportunity for me to hear the difficulties they have been going through.

"Among the problems are the lack of resources and this is one thing we will have to address accordingly."





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