THE Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) police commissioner Mathew Varley is appealing to anyone with information of violence activity to report to the police.
Mr Varley was speaking during the weekly police media conference Thursday last week following reports stating that some Members of Parliament are facing threats for allegations of corruption.
He said rumours stating that some MPs are being threatened with assassination as a result of corrupt practices and other political matters are dangerous.
Therefore, Mr Varley said anyone receiving threats or know of any threat to any person including MPs should see the police.
“I am encouraging people who have had these sorts of information to come forward and speak with the police instead of engaging in rumours and speculations as such comments are dangerous,” he said.
He said since he came into office police are continuing to deal with a number of corruption cases and they will continue to work on these cases thoroughly.
“At this stage, I am not going to comment or detailed on these number of cases as our investigations and inquiries are still active.
“And secondly, the cases are yet to be filed in court,” Mr Varley said.
Therefore, the police commissioner said any reports to suggest any threats to individuals or MPs must be reported to police.
“We have no information to suggest any threat to any individuals but if people have that information, my suggestion for these people is to come forward and report to the police,” he said.
By JOHN HOUANIHAU