Saturday, July 1, 2017

1) Papua Police Hope No Security Issues


2) Papua Police Chief Denies Sabotage in Freeport Pipe Cutting
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SATURDAY, 01 JULY, 2017 | 13:34 WIB
1) Papua Police Hope No Security Issues

TEMPO.COJakarta - Papua Police chief Insp. Gen. Boy Amar expects no security problems in the province on 1 July which marks the anniversary of Papua separatist movement.
"We hope there is no security problem. We have briefed our members to give the persuasive approach a priority and provide preventive measures and early detection towards any potential violations against our constitution," he said in Timika on Saturday, July 1.
He said that measures of early detection against any potential security problems have been constantly taken by Indonesian Police and Military in Papua by intensively communicating with all groups in Papua community. He also urges all police officers in Papua to keep raising awareness to hinder them from committing acts that go against the law.
Papua has lately been vulnerable to security problems especially on 1 July and 1 December which mark the establishment of separatist movements called Papua National Liberation Force (TPN) and Free Papua Movement (OPM).ANTARA

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2) Papua Police Chief Denies Sabotage in Freeport Pipe Cutting
Saturday, 01 July 2017 | 09:18 WIB
TIMIKA, NETRALNEWS.COM - Papua Police Chief Insp. Gen. Boy Rafli Amar denied the allegation of sabotage in the recent concentrate pipe cutting of PT Freeport Indonesia in Mimika. He said on Saturday (1/7/2017) that the case is purely criminal based on the unveiled events.
He said that the pipe monitoring is not easy due to the length of the pipe. He added that in the meeting with the management of Freeport in Tembagapura, he suggested that the company installed monitoring devices such as CCTV or digital security equipment in certain locations that are prone to cutting. (*)
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