SAPS officers give talk on drugs, bullying

2016-02-25 06:00
Lieutenant Shereen Michael and constable Mrawushe(in police uniform with pupils and school deputy principal Dale Salotto after the talk.  PHOTO: supplied

Lieutenant Shereen Michael and constable Mrawushe(in police uniform with pupils and school deputy principal Dale Salotto after the talk. PHOTO: supplied

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SAPS Port Shepstone officers Lieutenant Shireen Michael and Constable Roxy Mrawushe visited Grade 8 and Grade 10 pupils at Port Shepstone High to give a talk about drugs, street safety, bullying in schools and the issue of pupils carrying dangerous weapons on school premises.

The officers cautioned pupils not to talk on their cellphone in the street as they can become targets of robbers. They were also told about the dangers of drug abuse and the consequences of bullying.

Police spokesperson Lieutenant Colonel Zandra Wiid urged the community to report people who have unlicensed firearms and drugs.

“Anyone with information about drugs and illegal weapons can contact the station commander or sector commanders,” said Wiid.

Report to Lieutenant Shireen Michael, Port Shepstone CBD - 083 513 2972. Warrant Officer “PC” Naicker Marburg, Merlewood, 084 703 5854. Warrant Officer Sydney Seaton, Shelley Beach, Oslo Beach, 079 500 0799. Warrant Officer Thulani Nkonyeni, Boboyi, Murchison, 083 580 3286.

- Supplied.

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