23rd September 08:39 AM
Tudravu urges all to abide by the safety regulations in Chiefs vs Crusaders clash
By Lena Reece
Friday 19/05/2017
Police Chief of Operations ACP Rusiate Tudravu.

Police will not hesitate to seize or remove items or persons who do not want to comply with the safety regulations set out by the management of the ANZ Stadium.

This has been stressed by Police Chief of Operations ACP Rusiate Tudravu as he urges everyone to abide by the safety regulations set out.

Tudravu is also reminding members of the public that police will be closing off the stretch of road from the junctions of Queen Elizabeth Drive and to the junction of Grantham Road from 4pm.

He says that police will only allow those with the approved vehicle passes to enter the restricted areas and this is being done in accordance with security measures at Super Rugby match venues.

Tudravu confirms that traffic officers will be deployed from 3pm to control and direct traffic and from 4pm full closure will be done for the above mentioned roads.

Tudravu also highlighted that specialized units including the Police Special Response Unit, K‑9 and Drugs will be deployed to the ANZ Stadium to conduct random checks at all points of entries.

The Chiefs will host the Crusaders at 7.35 tonight at the ANZ Stadium. Gates will be open at 4pm.

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