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Police take proactive measures for Coke Games

April 13, 2015 5:24 am

Senior police officers will be visiting secondary schools throughout the week to talk to principals and management about the safety and behaviour of students’ at the Coca Cola Games that will be held in Suva.

Thousands of students will converge at the ANZ Stadium on Friday and Saturday next week for the annual athletics competition.

Chief of operations officer Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Rusiate Tudravu says they are serious about preventing such incidents.

“We all understand that during the Coca Cola Games and other events students would like to come to Suva and enjoy themselves. We have police officers on patrol in the city to ensure they are safe and to look and the places they will be going to.”

Tudravu is also calling on school heads and managements to assist Police in stressing the need for good sportsmanship to prevail.

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Police take proactive measures for Coke Games

April 13, 2015 12:49 am

Senior police officers will be visiting secondary schools throughout the week to talk to principals and management about the safety and behaviour of students’ at the Coca Cola Games that will be held in Suva.

Thousands of students will converge at the ANZ Stadium on Friday and Saturday next week for the annual athletics competition.

Police say they have received information of students involved in fights following the zone athletics meet.

Chief Operations Officer Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Rusiate Tudravu says they are serious about preventing such incidents.

Tudravu is also calling on school heads and managements to assist Police in stressing the need for good sportsmanship to prevail.

ACP Tudravu will be visiting certain schools personally.

Police are requesting parents and guardians to talk to their children and stress the importance of not involving themselves in unacceptable behaviour and accept the results of the competition.