American Samoa Mulls Confidential Informant Plan

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Program would help police address unsolved crimes

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (Radio New Zealand International, January 24, 2015) – American Samoa's Governor Lolo Moliga has given his support to a confidential informant programme for the Department of Public safety as a way to solve crimes.

The acting Commissioner of Public Safety, Save Liuato Tuitele, first revealed the informant initiative at a Senate hearing this week about last year's unresolved shooting incidents.

Save said the idea was to offer a cash reward to entice members of the public with information that can help with police investigation to come forward.

He said there may be people who know something but are afraid to contact police.

Governor Lolo says he supports the programme as anything that will help police with their investigation is welcome.

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