CRIME-FREE ELECTIONS LIKELY AS CRIME REPORTS LOW: POLICE
Low crime rate reported this week in Honiara gives hope for a free crime election this year.
Speaking today to local media during the police weekly media conference, the commissioner of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force Frank Prendergast says the low crime rate reported in Honiara this week is a pleasing sign as the country heads to the polls this year.
Commissioner Prendergast appreciates members of the public for their good behaviour and close cooperation with the police.
Commissioner Prendergast now assures the general public that the police will continue to work closely with them to ensure everyone lives in a crime free environment.
“I’l like to take the opportunity to thank the members of the public for their good behaviour and their cooperation with the police and you know, we would like to see this situation continue, so it’s good for everyone that everyone can go about their business unmolested and we will continue to work with the community to make sure that that happens.”