Police Receive Traffic Enforcement Equipment from WHO
February 12, 2018 12:50 am
The Fiji Police Force has today received six breathalysers kits and one radar gun fitted with camera and from the World Health Organisation today.
Commissioner of Police Brigadier, General Sitiveni Qiliho, thanked WHO for their support of handing over the traffic enforcement equipment.
He says this will help the force carry out their ongoing Operation Tatarovi which focuses on five leading causes of accidents- speeding, drink and drive, dangerous driving, pedestrian at fault and driver fatigue.
World Health Organisation Representative and Director for Pacific Technical Support Dr Corinne Capuano says they will support the force in years to come with more equipment.
She says by using these equipment, road fatalities can be reduced.