Agreement facilitates police clearance application at all LTA offices

Members of the public who require police clearance for any Land Transport Authority-related matters can apply for it at any LTA office around the country over the next 12 months.

This is after the LTA and Fiji Police Force signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) today.

LTA Director and Board Chairperson, James Sowane said the agreement aligned with the government’s policy of supporting all Fijians and giving them equal access to all their services. 

“This service is available at all our branches at no cost for the next twelve months in recognition [of] the hardships that everyone is enduring at the moment. This service is possible with the willingness and support of the Fiji Police Force,” Sowane said.

Commissioner of Police Brigadier General Sitivei Qiliho said the partnership builds on existing collaboration between the two institutions ensuring better service delivery, one of which is the enforcement of laws on Fiji’s roads.

 “The last festive season, we had no fatalities due to the support and cooperation between LTA and our officers. Easter long weekend is coming up and we will continue to work together to ensure that our roads are safe.”

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