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High school students in Ginda called upon to enhance role regarding crime prevention

The Office of Traffic Police in the Northern Red Sea region has called on high school students in Ginda town to enhance role regarding crime prevention through raising their awareness on law.

Ginda, 11 November 2013 – The Office of Traffic Police in the Northern Red Sea region has called on High School students in Ginda town to enhance role regarding crime prevention through raising their awareness regarding law.

In a seminar he conducted with more than 800 students, Maj. Teklebirhan Yohannes, Commander of Traffic Police in the region, explained that the mission of the Eritrean Police Force is predominantly aimed at prevention of criminal acts. He further called on the participants to keep intact cultural values, and thereby play their part in this regard.

Sgt. Beyene Russom, head of inspection in the Police Station in Ginda, equally stated that the role of youths is vital in crime prevention, and explained that the regular seminars organized to this end have borne positive outcome.
In closing remarks, Maj. Teklebirhan said that community members in general and drivers in particular should mount abidance to traffic law.

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