Kranskop CPF year-end party held

2015-12-16 06:00

KRANSKOP Community Policing Forum members and SAPS attended a year-end forum party at which CPF chairperson, Mr S.J. Mlongo expressed his appreciation and thanks to all for their commitment and dedication over the past year.
Problem areas he highlighted included police murders, pupils in possession of dangerous weapons and stock theft which he said was a major problem and appealed to the Greytown Stock Theft Unit to intervene.

The function was successful thanks to the sponsorship of Aheers Greytown, Siyabonga, aQuellé and Geoff Newlands.

Umvoti Circuit manager Mr Mthethwa was also present and undertook to work together with the police to sort out problem schools in the area in 2016. - Krans- kop SAPS communication officer.

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