Police thank Malaita public for good behavior

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ACTING Provincial Police Commander Malaita, Inspector Charles Eddie Koto has thanked the public of Malaita for the good behavior have shown throughout the province over the past weeks.

 In an interview yesterday, he said his office has not received reports of any major crimes across the province over the past weeks, and that explains greater cooperation amongst people amidst the current situation.

Koto said minor crimes were reported over the past weeks, but officers were able to address them with the help of communities in the province.

He reiterated his acknowledgement to the people for the good behavior shown and encourages them to continue uphold the law and work together to tackle the current situation.

Koto said the province is facing community transmission at the moment and it is upsetting everyone even the police to properly carry out services require from them.

“With that, I humbly call on everyone in the province to refrain from any unlawful activities that will only give police hard time to deal with while faced with the current situation.

“My advice is for everyone to work together to prevent their families and communities from the spread of the virus in the province,” he said.

Koto also appealed to everyone to continue to adhere and practice covid-19 measures and listen to information and update from responsible authorities on the transmission.