Cops out to curb fights in schools

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  • Wednesday, 26 Mar 2003

SEREMBAN: Police, prompted by the spate of gang fights among secondary students in the first two months of this year, have issued an alert to all districts to curb the negative phenomenon. 

Deputy state police chief Senior Asst Comm II Kamarulzaman Itam, who described the fights as alarming, said several measures had been adopted to deter such incidents. 

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