CCPO meets with top officials

2016-04-13 06:00

CCPO chairman, George Lithgow’s recent meeting with the Minister of Police and Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority (PSIRA) CEO is bearing fruit as a top delegation of PSIRA officials were summoned to do a road show of the hot spots in the Amanzimtoti and surrounding areas with CCPO chairman and CPF committee members - Maestro Mncibi and Tommy Ackerman.

PSIRA officials had been tasked to investigate the problem of illegal car guards in the area. The road show with officials showed the problems the CCPO and SAPS are experiencing.

A full report was taken by PSIRA officials who have promised that the necessary action will be taken shortly in order to try to resolve the crisis.

Lithgow said it was positive news with such a quick response and that the plans that are going to be implemented look promising. - Supplied.

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