SAPS host excellence awards

2016-02-02 06:00

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THE eThekwini Outer West Cluster held its first national excellence awards ceremony on Wednesday 27 January at the Pinetown Civic Centre.

Acting cluster Commander Brigadier Marius Janse van Rensburg said: “We decided it would be appropriate to recognise members who have done well, and those who have fallen, on the same day every year - 27 January.”

He congratulated members who received awards. “Congratulations to recipients who represented their areas and stations. This should motivate other stations in the area. I am happy you represented the cluster. I am hoping all stations and commanders won’t have excuses when there are nominations in the next couple of months.”

Pinetown SAPS communications officer Warrant Officer BJ Manqele said: “The hosting of the national excellence awards is aimed at recognising and rewarding excellent performance, thereby improving service delivery and morale among employees in all levels and the SAPS.”

The administration employee of the year levels one to seven was won by PPO Comfort Gcuma from Msunduzi Police Station. Administration employee of the year levels eight to 12 was won by Captain Lokkie Van Straaten from Pinetown Police Station. Visible policing employee of the year levels one to seven was won by Constable Nkosiyazi Mntungwa from KwaDabeka Police Station. Visible policing employee of the year levels eight to 12 was won by Lieutenant Raymond Jali from Pinetown Police Station. Detectives employee of the year levels one to seven was won by Nceba Khuyana from Pinetown Police Station. Detectives employee of the year levels eight to 12 was won by Captain Samuel Ngcobo from Pinetown Police Station and CPF of the year was won by Westville Police station.

Van Rensburg encouraged members to continue doing the good work.

“We will not compromise service delivery - we have a mission to fulfill in the community and that is the reason why we joined the SAPS. Our job is to protect the community and work hand in hand with the community and the CPF to combat crime.

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