Police receives reports of challenges between schools
April 14, 2015 12:53 am
Police Chief of Operations ACP Rusiate Tudravu have sent out a strong warning to school students, old scholars, parents and teachers not to take the law to their own hands during the Coca Cola Games next week.
Tudravu says the Fiji Police Force will be vigilant in maintaining law and order and they will closely monitor movement of students during the games in Suva.
‘’At this moment in time we have recorded a few communications through the social media in terms of challenges that has been issued its not serious at this point of time that is why we have done that, warn them in advance because we are very serious about it, should there be any infringement of that in terms of the law then will straight away arrest people in that regards’’.
With more than thousands of students expected at the Games, Tudravu says they have also mapped out their plan to help nightclub operators keep minors out of the nightclubs.
‘’We all understand that during Coca Cola Games and other school breaks students would love to come and enjoy and just walk around in the city of Suva so we have police officers that will be vigilant and on petrol just to look at other areas students will want to enjoy themselves and of course will be present at all night clubs just to oversee our stake holders there in trying to observe the entrance of students to various night clubs in the city’’.
Tudravu says they will work closely with teachers to ensure the safety of students during the games next Friday and Saturday.