Brawl schools visited
October 1, 2012 2:20 am
Senior Police officers from the Totogo visited students of Suva Grammar and Marist Brothers this morning.
They addressed the students on the risks of being involved in street brawls.
Police Chief of operations ACP Rusiate Tudravu says parents were called in to be part of the discussions.
Our investigations continue as we cannot ascertain which Suva Grammar Student punched the Marist Brothers student. This morning, we had or senior officers go around to both schools to talk with the principal, students and parents.
Tudravu says they will continue to monitor the situation.
We have taken all measures into account as we have received information that there are still some disgruntled students from both schools who are still keen to take the matter further. We will be beefing up with our patrols around the capital as well as educate students on the implications of such incidents.
It’s alleged that a student from Marist Brothers was assaulted at Sukuna Park on Friday, which led to a free for all between students from both schools.