Fabian Demicoli

GRTU meets Acting Commissioner of Police


Last week GRTU Deputy President
Philip Fenech and President of the tourism and hospitality section met with the
Acting Commissioner of Police Ray Zammit to discuss long-term improvements of
security management in the St. Julians and Paceville area.

During the meeting
it was outlined that one will observe a significant increase in security in the
area, it is not however just a matter of deploying more police but it is rather
crucial to raise awareness amongst people that socialise in the area. These
individuals should realise that they should not put themselves in situations
that would escalate to crime such as leaving belongings unattended. Increasing
the resource of police officers would help the situation however it is not a
solution.

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