West New Britain Police are now content with their work after a positive reception to the safety measures introduced to Kimbe Town following the recent chaos.
Provincial Police Commander, Superintendent Peter Barkie has expressed relief, stating that the town has gone back to normal and there has been little to no push back by the people regarding the measure introduced.
“Everything is normal. Usually there are questions being asked by the Public.”
“That’s only natural but, otherwise the public understand the situation and are very cooperative.”
He mentioned that at first, people were curious about the curfew because they were not allowed to go out at night.
Now they must acquire a curfew pass to move around at night.
Barkie added that slowly people are adjusting and getting used to them.
“It’s business as usual now, we are processing Curfew passes for genuine citizens to go about their local businesses after curfew hours.”