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Frisking to become routine late at night

A measure necessitated by the increasing number of violent incidents involving youth Law and order: The police will begin frisking youth for weapons, if found in groups of two or more after 10pm, it was pointed out by the police chief at a press conference on Thursday. However, individual youth found after 10pm will also […]

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