Police concerned over non-reporting of domestic violence
The Tonga Police makes two to three arrests a week for domestic violence, which is a tiny tip of the iceberg, while statistics revealed a drop in the rate of reporting the crime to the police, which causes concern, said Police Commissioner Grant O'Fee on April 15.Full Story
Christchurch, New Zealand
#1 Apr 19, 2013
Family or domestic violent is not allowed but to deal with it is not a walk in a park. There should be a Tongan solution form from Tongan people inputs. We can not use european solution of how to solve this situation because we have different custom. To do it wrongly then there will be different problem will be coming out of this........
#2 Apr 22, 2013
You will be dam if you do, you'll be dam if you don't. There is no safety net for those who speak up. They don't trust the police and the system to save their rear end. Sad......
Add your comments below
|LDS Apostle visited Tonga (Feb '14)||51 min||tongangodz||19,038|
|One for the history books||2 hr||sujal||1|
|Former Australia Prime Minister Gough Whitlam dies||4 hr||charADE BUMs Beaters||14|
|New Zealand Keen To Send Forces To Fight ISIS I...||9 hr||nz rep||34|
|New Zealanders to vote for flag design change||10 hr||Henry||154|
|Australian Taxation Office orders new building,...||Tue||The ADELAIDEAN||8|
|Five things the goss mags swear are true (Mar '14)||Tue||raphan banksters||7|
Find what you want!
Search Oceania Forum Now