Fiji’s Commissioner of Police Brigadier Ioane Naivalurua took time out today to visit hoteliers along the Coral Coast on his way to conduct a workshop for officers at the Sigatoka Police station.
Fiji Police spokesperson, Ana Naisoro said that with the concept of killing five birds with one stone the visits followed the opening of a workshop at the Naviti Resort this morning.
“It was an opportunity for the Commissioner to hear first hand about the security challenges faced by hotel operators and also get their perspective on the work of police officers in maintaining law and order along the tourism hot spot,” Naisoro said.
Naivalurua and a team of senior officers visited five major hotels as well as other stakeholders before meeting with students of Andra Primary School where he talked about the issue of leadership.
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