Health officers from the National Capital District Commission yesterday condemned one of the oldest police barracks.
The Kila Police Barracks which houses members of the Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary Band, is the third police barracks to be condemned in N-C-D.
N-C-D-C Health Environmental Officer Clivan Naha, says they had no choice but to go ahead and declare 10 single units unfit for humans to live in, under the Public Health Regulation.
"And if the activities are not up to standard or meet the requirements of public health or food sanitation regulation or work place health and safety, then we issue notices.
"If they fail to comply, then that's when we take actions.
"So now, we are declaring the building as unfit for human habitation under the public Health regulation," said Mr. Naha.
The notices were issued to the Lands and Building Board with copies to Police Commissioner, Geoffrey Vaki and the Acting Metropolitan Superintendent Perou N'Dranou.
Meanwhile, the N-C-D-C's Health Division, is calling on the public to immediately report unhygienic risks or any health hazardous activities in their homes.