Demand for police services high in NCD

National

By PETER ESILA
The demand for police services has increased dramatically in National Capital District and Central due to increasing population, outgoing NCD/Central divisional commander Sylvester Kalaut says.
Kalaut  said this yesterday when handing the reins to Donald Yamasombi during a handover parade at Boroko Police Station.
“The society we live in today has become more complex,” he said.
“The issues arising are complex in nature. This in itself is a challenge for the Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary on a daily basis. Many of the issues we face daily are crimes against persons. We have crimes like assaults, grievous bodily harm, rape, sexual violence and murder. It shows a breakdown in society where people no longer respect each other and do not even treasure life.”
Kalaut said investing more in Christian education and ethical principles was a step towards reducing such crimes.

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