Police urge adults to be vigilant as school holidays begin

Veiuto students celebrate the end of the year during their prize-giving ceremony in Suva last week. Picture: JONA KONATACI

DEPUTY Commissioner of Police Rusiate Tudravu has asked parents and guardians to be more vigilant and monitor their children closely as the school holidays have begun.

Mr Tudravu said parents and guardians were to talk to their children because when they end up on the other side of the law, “we will take necessary actions which could jeopardise their future in terms of their academic studies”.

He said they could not stop people from moving around but parents needed to be more responsible in knowing where their children were.

Mr Tudravu said there were plansĀ in place to increase mobility and foot patrol in and around the city areas.

He said they were taking necessary measures to curb issues arising in the city areas as few street violence cases had been reported.

Mr Tudravu said they were making every effort and would continue to beef up their operations in the city area.

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