Police briefs public on gun ownership and NCR land matters during open day

Rowney (fifth from right) with his officers and community leaders at the meet-the-people session

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SONG, Feb 7: A total of 60 reports of various nature were received by the police at a meet-the-people session on Thursday.

Song district police chief DSP Rowney Jalak described the ‘Police With the Clients Day’ programme (Open Day) a success due to a good turnout of 60 members of the public considering that the district had a small population.

Counters by the CID, traffic police and Amanita were opened for the public to lodge their complaints, to make inquiries and to disseminate information to the public.

Among the talks held focused on gun ownership and NCR land matters by Song CID chief, ASP Balie Jelian.

Community leaders also shared their view on gun ownership, NCR land and traffic matters.

“The objectives of the programme include getting feedback from the public, reducing public perception on the police and ensuring that the people continued to live in peace and harmony,” said Rowney. —DayakDaily