Police: We all must help end cruelty


THE Family and Sexual Violence Action Committee, police and the public staged a walk against violence from Eriku to toptown in Lae on Saturday to mark the 20-day activism.
Police Minister Jelta Wong, Lae MP John Rosso, Lae Metropolitan Superintendent Anthony Wagambie Jr and Australian consular-general Paul Murphy were among the participants.
Wagambie said everyone should oppose violence.
“We all have a duty to eradicate violence within the family, against women and children and against anyone in the community,” he said.
Wagambie said Lae police now had their toll free mobile number connected on WhatsApp where people can provide pictures and
information on any criminal activity.