Kloof CPF relaunched

2018-04-24 06:00
PHOTO: phindile shoziThe Kloof Community Policing Forum (CPF) relaunching their existence on Saturday at the Kloof Village Mall, alongside SAPS officers.

PHOTO: phindile shoziThe Kloof Community Policing Forum (CPF) relaunching their existence on Saturday at the Kloof Village Mall, alongside SAPS officers.

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AFTER three long years, the Kloof Community Policing Forum (CPF) is back with dedicated members aiming to keep the community safe at all times.

At the relaunch at the Kloof Village Mall on Saturday, Nikki Mohlmann, the chairlady of the Kloof CPF said that in the last three years the organisation had gone quiet, however, they are back with a dedicated team and new services to offer to the community.

“We have many other services that we provide — it’s not only the CPF which works with the police, but we also have a trauma team, street patrols and we also have a dedicated project for fund-raising and for infrastructure in Kloof,” said Mohlmann.

Mohlmann said that there are cameras they will install at all entrances and exits of Kloof which will also be linked to the police and security companies. These cameras will be used to monitor the vehicles coming in and out of the area.

SAPS, warrant officer Muzi Maphumulo, who is a part of the Outer West Cluster said that the police and the CPF will be working together in the fight against crime.

“We are proud of our partnership with the Kloof CPF. We aim to educate the public about the importance of the CPF and encourage them to join as we can all contribute to the fight against crime,” Maphumulo said.

Mohlmann also appealed for sponsorship from the community to assist in the CPF projects. “If every resident can pay R50 a month, it will make things easier because what is being used now is from our own pockets.”

For more information about the CPF or to donate contact Mohlmann on 061 582 1903.


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