Police staff receive awareness on domestic violence

A domestic violence awareness program was held yesterday at the Police Training College staff at the Bomana Police Training College….Tagai says cases of violence in PNG are never followed through to be resolved using the proper procedure and guidelines.

“Cases involving women and children are very common that many in PNG have come to except and that is not meant to be so,” says Tagai.

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