Passengers urged to report sexual harassment
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM JAKARTA: The management of the TransJakarta busway has urged female passengers to immediately report to on-duty officers if they feel sexually threatened.“The passengers can report to our officers on the bus so that [the latter] can quickly provide necessary help,” TransJakarta official Gunardjo said Sunday as quoted by beritajakarta.com.Gunardjo also called on passengers to take preca...
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