Cops close 16 Days of Activism by engaging motorists

2017-12-14 06:00

In closing the 16 Days of Activism the SAPS Nyanga in conjunction with the CPF, the Neighbour Hood Watch members and other community leaders decided to engage motorists at one of the station’s hotspot where smash and grabs and hijackings occur in Borchedd’s Quarry in Nyanga.

The event was held on Sunday afternoon where participants addressed and engaged motorists and passengers including neighbouring communities as well as distributing pamphlets with safety hints on the prevention of smash and grabs, hijackings, house robberies, crimes against women and children and several other holiday safety hints.


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