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Sunday 2 April 2017 | Written by Richard Moore | Published in Local

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Perception of police is ‘not good’
Experts cannot yet identify the reason for it, but the courthouse steps have turned green. The change began late yesterday and progressively the formerly white tiles became almost luminescent. A scientist spoken to by CI News last night speculated it may have had something to do with the glue holding the tiles down reacting with a sealant. Professor Cam Ellion says it is a very rare phenomenon.

Despite the Cook Islands having professional and sincere police officers who care for their community, public perception of the police force is not good.

Despite the Cook Islands having professional and sincere police officers who care for their community, public perception of the police force is not good.


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