LEBOENG– Delays in attending to crime scenes and the non-availability of vehicles will be a thing of the past as the Burgersfort cluster commander Major General Masipa Maepa handed three police vehicles to the Leboeng Police Station last week. The vehicles were received by the Station Commander Capt Solomon Maholane.
The event was honoured by a number of stakeholders including Chief Kgoete of Kgautswana, Chief Dinkwenyane of Leboeng, Police and community members from the area.
The Cluster Commander, Maepa addressed all attendants on the objective of increasing resources amongst other being to strengthen service delivery to the public including the reaction time to all the crime scenes. Ensuring the effective safety and security to the communities.
“Increased police visibility will be the order of the day ensuring that community members are and feel safe during the festive season and beyond,” said Maepa.
Community members were warned and urged to refrain from damaging and burning state property, irrespective of the type of concerns they are having. They were encouraged to work hand in glove with the police to fight crime.
SAPS members were advised to be professional and avoid the misuse of state vehicles at all times.
Community members were encouraged to always feel free to visit the office of the station commander for any policing related concerns 24 hours. .
During his presentation,Moholane assured members of the community that they are ready to eradicate any form of criminality that may threaten the safety and security of Leboeng Policing area.
Representing the community, Chief Dinkwenyane also declared that they are ready to work together with the police to fight and sweep all the corners of Leboeng area out of any criminalities.