Police receive 26 more vehicles
July 5, 2016 5:04 am
Fiji can expect a more effective service from the Fiji Police Force after it received twenty-six new leased vehicles in Suva this morning.
The new vehicles which are an addition to the thirty-three vehicles they received last month is expected to uplift its level of service delivery.
Police Commissioner Brigadier General Sitiveni Qiliho says the new vehicles should avoid complaints against their service or on the abuse of vehicles.
“_People are starting to call us now that we’re reacting more quickly to their reports and that’s what we’re here for to deliver that service to the public. And i know that’s what they expect. And I know now that the public expectations have grown further with the vehicles.”_
They have 32 police owned vehicles in operation while 141 are leased vehicles… the force now has 199 vehicles in operation.