POLICE OUT ON STREETS FOR TRAFFIC DUTY
Motorists, vehicle owners and pedestrians should expect police on Honiara roads as operations to address traffic congestion in the capital begins.
Traffic congestions have become a daily hiccup on city streets as vehicle imports continue to increase.
Acting Police Commissioner Juanita Matanga said police officers will be out on the road to ensure a steady flow of traffic.
“Police officers will be on the road to ensure a steady flow of traffic and I’d like to ask for public support and cooperation with the police in ensuring that police carry out their work in a manner which everybody, including our international guests to enjoy the upcoming events. At the same time I’d like to give precautions that police will not tolerate any anti-social behaviour, but deal with it accordingly.”
SIBC News understands, police began operations yesterday to lead to the 36th Independence Day celebrations that begins tomorrow.