Police post to help curb crime

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A NEW police post at Idubada in Port Moresby will assist neighbouring villages and the Port Moresby Technical College in cracking down on the rise in petty crimes, an official says.
The college provided the building materials for the construction of the K25,000 post.
Chairman of the collage’s governing council Mesulam Tokaplen said college students were often the victims of rape, theft, murder and bag-snatching.
He said the college was near the police post “so we will work side by side in tracking down any trouble”.
Officers at the post will look after Tatana, Baruni, Hanuabada, Idubada and other villages in the area.
“The college has experienced a lot of petty crimes and it will really help everyone one,” he said.
Port Moresby police station commander Chief Inspector Max Dogme said more officers would be posted to the new station.

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