Public urged to join CPF

2016-01-13 06:00

IN the interest of safety and security members an appeal has been made by the SAPS to the public to join and be active members of the Greytown Community Policing Forum (CPF).

A SAPS spokesperson and the CPF pointed out that through co-operation and information security forces and the public can be kept one jump ahead of possible criminal activities.
Through the forum problems could be identified and action taken to solve them.

In order to have a crime-free town do not just criticise the CPF and the understaffed police, get involved – the greater community involvement the less crime in the town and district.

Whilse the SAPS is doing its utmost it needs the support of the public.
Remember that by not reporting known criminals you are actually protecting them.

The key element in the success of any community policing forum is the structure consultation between the police and the community.
For further information, contact Major Mchunu on 082 556 8259 and Captain A. Naicker and Mr R. Moola on 072 874 7445.

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