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Focus on community policing

Salaseini Moceiwai
Friday, June 06, 2014

FOR 38-year-old Viliame Taufa Cocker, pictured right, taking part in the upcoming Duavata Northern Crime Prevention Carnival is an opportunity to help the police spread the gospel of community policing.

The Udu native from Kabara in Lau said his participation would allow him to voice his opinions on crime prevention to people from all walks of life.

Mr Cocker is competing in the Ratu Vualiku category.

"While this week-long carnival will be a platform to expose my potential, it will also be a time to increase awareness on crime prevention," said the president of the Fiji Red Cross Society Labasa branch.





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