Petition No.44 Allocated Police Officers in Casuarina Police District (1,108 Petitioners)
Tabled Paper 1093
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Tabled by Johan Elferink
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We the undersigned people of the Northern suburbs respectfully request that the number of Police Officers allocated to the Casuarina police district be increased substantially, to enable a greater on-going police presence in Karama, Malak, Anula and Wulagi. We request that the foot and/or bicycle patrols in these suburbs are: (1) increased significantly (2) operate both during the dav and night. (3) remain operational for a period of 12 months or until such time as the law abiding citizens of these suburbs feel safe within their community. Your petitioners therefore humbly pray that the Legislative Assembly of the Northern Territory supports this plea by the residents of the Northern Suburbs to increase the number of Police Officers allocated to the Casuarina police district to enable a greater on-going police presence in Karama. Malak. Anula and Wulagi, through foot and bicycle patrols in these suburbs, both during the day and at night for a period of 12 months or until such time as the law abiding citizens of these suburbs feel safe within our community. And your petitioners , as in duty bound, will ever pray. TO THE HONOURABLE THE SPEAKER AND MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE NORTHERN TERRITORY: Signatures Address j k/AfrJb)hr i t L~^\ V O / /1 c g / i r 2-0 A/\JUc_A UJojxA a a C m a u 4 s\u J j 2 C~JyrsJ/Q( & CjlJSJ UpC. UANQfE <L.iG$