Police:Crimes Drop Tremendously Buring Festive Season

By Dusabemungu Ange De La Victoire
On 1 January 2013 at 03:49

This was said yesterday by Superintendent Theos Badege, the Police Spokesperson noting that for the past five days there have been fewer crimes across the country as compared to other normal days.
According to Police statistics, only twelve cases of road accidents have been recorded for the past five days and among these only two people died while others sustained both major and minor injuries.
Police also recorded five theft cases and only four assault cases.
Supt Badege attributed the (...)

This was said yesterday by Superintendent Theos Badege, the Police Spokesperson noting that for the past five days there have been fewer crimes across the country as compared to other normal days.

According to Police statistics, only twelve cases of road accidents have been recorded for the past five days and among these only two people died while others sustained both major and minor injuries.

Police also recorded five theft cases and only four assault cases.
Supt Badege attributed the reduction of criminality and of course the tranquility of the festive season to the overall concrete strategies laid by the Rwanda National Police in partnership with other security organs as well as the general public.

He called for more vigilance during the ongoing festive season up to end of2012 and enters the New Year peacefully.

The Police Spokesperson further appealed to the public to maintain the good cooperation with security organs by sharing timely information about any person (s) suspected to be threat to the overall calmness and safety in the country.


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