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Police launch elections manuals

By SITERI SAUVAKACOLO
Friday, August 22, 2014

Update: 1:22PM MORE than 4000 Fiji Police Manuals are expected to be distributed to police personnel around the country in the coming days to assist in their operation in next months general election.

The manual which was launched today was donated by the British High Commision to the Fiji Police Force.

Assistant Commissioner of Police Senior Superintendent Rusiate Tudravu said they would have an overview awareness in all the divisions on the use of the manual.

The manual, SSP Tudravu said, is very simple to understand and states  the police role, what is required of them and what the police officers need to do at a particular polling station.

The launch was held at the Nabua Police Station in Suva.








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