20th October 09:03 PM
Tudravu reminds police officers not to abuse vehicles
By Semi Turaga
Saturday 13/05/2017
Chief of Operations ACP Rusiate Tudravu speaking to officers part of the training.

30 police officers part of a Driving Course have been told to not make things more difficult by abusing police vehicles in their care.

While speaking to officers part of the training, Chief of Operations ACP Rusiate Tudravu said it is imperative that officers valued and appreciated the efforts put in to secure the vehicles because the Police Commissioner has been lobbying to get more vehicles.

He says the ability of the Police to effectively serve the people of Fiji will be drastically affected if officers do not look after the vehicles.

Tudravu says too many police vehicles are being involved in accidents and it needs to stop.

The course is being held in partnership with the Land Transport Authority whereby officers will have to sit the mandatory Defence Driving Course Test in order to qualify.

The course is being held at the Police Special Response Unit in Nasinu.

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