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ACP Khan reminds officers to remain apolitical

ACP Khan reminds officers to remain apolitical

By Navitalai Naivalurua
Tuesday 29/11/2022
Photo:Fiji Police Force

Police Officers have been reminded not to involve themselves in what is happening on the political front, and they must remain apolitical at all times as they are here for every Fijian.

While speaking during the send-off parade in the Northern Division, Chief Operations Officer ACP Abdul Khan reminded the Officers not to deviate from their core roles and responsibilities.

He says it is important to continue the momentum of operations in light of what is forecasted to be a busy end of the year.

ACP Khan says they are not only looking at the 14th of December, but pre and post-election period to ensure they provide a safe and conducive environment for the conduct of the elections.

He adds they have identified pre-poll venues where officers are registered to vote, and they will be given ample time and opportunity to go and vote.

The Chief Operations Officer says the Commissioner of Police has approved necessary support and means to ensure Officers can vote, and they do not want any of them to say that they were not given any opportunity to vote and who they vote for is their choice.



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