SPF RELEASES LIST OF ASSEMBLY STATIONS FOR PAP AND WP ON POLLING DAY

The Police Elections Permits Office has issued permits for the following Assembly Centres where candidates, their supporters and other members of public may gather to wait for the results of the General Election to be announced:

People’s Action Party
1. Bedok Stadium
Bedok North Street 2

2. Jurong West Stadium,
20 Jurong West Street 93

3. Toa Payoh Stadium,
297 Lorong 6 Toa Payoh

Worker’s Party
1. Hougang Stadium,
100 Hougang Avenue 2

The Assembly Centres will be opened from 8pm on Counting Night (11 September 2015) until 30 minutes after the announcement of the last result of the General Election.

Any other public gathering of supporters at indoor or outdoor locations without a permit may constitute an offence of unlawful assembly. The Police will not hesitate to take necessary action to maintain law and order.

As large crowds are expected at the Assembly Centres, supporters and members of public are advised to take public transport. Motorists travelling within the vicinity of the Assembly Centres should be prepared for traffic diversions or lane closures. Motorists can tune in to the radio for real-time updates on the traffic situation.

The Police seek the cooperation of supporters and members of public to assemble at and disperse from the Assembly Centres in an orderly manner. Police officers will be deployed at the Assembly Centres to maintain law and order. The Police will not hesitate to take action against any person who is unruly or who commits any offence. The operation of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles or drones at Assembly Centres is prohibited for public safety reasons. The Police will take action against any person who does so.

PUBLIC AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT
SINGAPORE POLICE FORCE
10 SEPTEMBER 2015 @ 4.30PM

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