Kranskop SAPS hold crime awareness campaign for pupils

2018-02-28 06:01
Police officers, farmers and the SGB are ready to assist the community where necessary.

Police officers, farmers and the SGB are ready to assist the community where necessary.

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KRANSKOP Police personnel conducted a crime awareness campaign at Isibanisethu Primary School, alerting the children to the importance of staying away from criminal activities and the great importance of education.

Members of the SGB and local farmers were there to support the campaign. Lieutenant Colonel Caroline Minnaar, the Kranskop station commander, put across the message that she and all the police are there for the children and to improve their quality of life. There was much excitement as 12 youngsters received school uniforms from Kranskop farmer Geoff Newlands.

A wide range of groceries was handed over to children from families in need, thanks to donations from SAPS personnel, Aheers Kranskop, Siyabonga Supermarket, Build It Kranskop and Smak Wholesalers.

Report: Sgt Ndawonde: communications officer.


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