Promoted SAPS officers congratulated

2016-11-08 06:00
 Photo: supplied A total of 64 SAPS members were promoted to sergeant.

Photo: supplied A total of 64 SAPS members were promoted to sergeant.

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THE eThekwini Inner and Outer West Cluster welcomed 64 members who have been promoted to sergeant.
Most, who have been promoted, have already served 11 years as constables. The members are based at all eight stations under the eThekwini Inner and Outer West Cluster.
Some will be deployed to various components within their stations to enhance service delivery to their communities.
Colonel Deon Singh, on behalf of the cluster, congratulated the promoted members. - Supplied.

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