Police squad lauded

2015-05-13 06:00
THE Welkom Police Flying Squad 10111 Unit display the trophy and certificates received after being declared the best 10111 unit in the Free State. From the left are Capt. Georgina Tsoaela, Lt Dianne Hermans, Capt. German Hlatywayo, Lt Col Nketsi Tsiu

THE Welkom Police Flying Squad 10111 Unit display the trophy and certificates received after being declared the best 10111 unit in the Free State. From the left are Capt. Georgina Tsoaela, Lt Dianne Hermans, Capt. German Hlatywayo, Lt Col Nketsi Tsiu

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THE Welkom Police Flying Squad 10111 Unit has received recognition for good work in the fight against rampant crime.

The unit received a trophy and certificates at the Free State Police Operational Performance Awards Ceremony held in Vrede on 30 April.

The unit was voted as the best in the Free State for the fourth quarter of the 2014-’15 financial year. Recognition was given for being responsive in the line of duty in the fight against crime.

The squad was nominated in the category for Operational Service Units’ Performance, scoring 310 points. The score earned the unit first position in the category ahead of other 10111 units in the Free State. This category is measured through arrests made in the duration of the quarter.

A floating trophy and a certificates were presented to the unit by Maj.Gen. Moeketsi Sempe, Free State deputy police commissioner.

The Welkom Police Flying Squad 10111 Unit serves the Thabong Cluster, which is made up of Thabong and Bronville, Ventersburg N1 Freeway and the Welkom police.

Lt Col Nketsi Tsiu, Welkom Police Station commander, has lauded the members of the unit for ensuring that they excelled.

“We are happy for these positive achievements. This shows the impact we are making in combating crime. We are going to maintain this performance and further ensure that the communities are served diligently. We will keep and make the Lejweleputswa District safe for all who live in it, be it on the highways or streets,” said Tsiu

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