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Police to monitor nightclubs

April 15, 2015 6:34 pm

The Fiji Police Force will take a strong stand against those who continue to disregard and disrespect the law.

This comes after incidents of brawls outside nightclubs and people drinking in public places were highlighted in the media.

Chief of Operations ACP Rusiate Tudravu says the Fiji Police Force will adopt a zero tolerance stand and arrest those found drinking in public places and people behaving in a disorderly manner.

Tudravu says starting this weekend police operations will be beefed up to keep a close watch on drunkards who stir up brawls outside various night clubs.

“We have reviewed our deployment plan in regards to that and i can confirm that will start this week in trying to enforce the existing law that we have been trying to enforced through out but we have reviewed our operation plan in regards to that and this weekend we start trying to get all this areas cleared up.”

Tudravu has warned they will take action if people do not conduct themselves responsibly and they will also will check that nightclubs operate within the hours permitted.

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Police to monitor nightclubs

August 16, 2012 5:04 am

Police will be beefing up patrols in nightclubs around the country during the school holidays, which starts tomorrow.

The Force has been meeting with nightclub owners on the issue of not allowing minors in.

Director Operations – SSP Rusiate Tudravu says their aim is to make the school holidays an enjoyable one for all.

“We have been meeting with nightclub owners on the need to restrict minors from entering into clubs. This will minimise any unwanted incidents. There is a lot of incidents happening over the weekend and during the course of the week and we will be out in numbers to ensure that everyone enjoys their travels and events and return safely.”

Tudravu is reminding parents to ensure they know the whereabouts of their children at all times.