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PNG Police boss and staff charged with rape!

February 18, 2014 at 12:24 PM

Shocking state of affairs from the Pacific nation of Papua New Guinea.

When its Head of the Police force is charged with rape of a minor, and his subordinate officers are also charged with rape, the law enforcement arm of government desperately needs some training in sexual and family violence prevention.

 

Perhaps PPVDP can help, in tandem with other regional, national and local violence  networks to work on their colleagues in PNG?

Read that news item here.



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