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By ARIETA VAKASUKAWAQA
The Fiji Police Force won’t tolerate students found taking part in after schools brawls.
The warning from police comes after students from two schools in the Central Division were alleged to have been involved in a schools fight at the Suva Bus stand last week.
Director of Operations Senior Superintendent, Rusiate Tudravu and Commanding Officer Totogo Superintendent Uraia Torau yesterday made visits to the alleged schools to speak to students involved in the brawl.
The two police superintendents spoke to the students and teachers of the two alleged schools.
The emergence of reports of students getting involved in after school brawls should be a serious concern for everyone, says SSP Tudravu.
While speaking to the students and teachers of the alleged schools, he stressed the dangers of getting involved in such fights and thestand of the force. SSP Tudravu also advised students not to get caught up in trivial things that can get them into trouble which can also affect their studies”.
“Their main focus should be on their education and if they are having problems with other students, there are other ways to resolve issues rather than resorting to violence”, he said.