Youth desk and police address safety issues in Primrose Sector One

Officers from the Primrose Police Station and members of the Primrose Crime Prevention Youth Desk, Sgt Adam Dikhoba, Primrose Sector One manager (back, left), Masilo Maphafo, Petrus Thethi, chairman of the youth desk, Rachael Makgalanyane, Sgt Styles Maome, communications officer for the Primrose police, Moiponi Mohloai (front, left), Susan Balooyi and Bamaketse Rantho, recently, handed out safety tips to the community of Primrose Sector One.

Crime remains a concern for both the Primrose police and residents.

To try and tackle the problem members of the Primrose Crime Prevention Youth Desk, with the help of officers from the Primrose Police Station, visited Marlands and Woodmere to address crime issues in the area.

During the visit over 400 safety tips pamphlets were distributed to community members.

“Police and members of the youth desk also interacted with residents warning them about the top crimes taking place in the sector.

“We hope our community will take them into consideration and that the tips will help in their time of need,” said Sgt Styles Maome, communications officer for the Primrose police.

The team will continue to host similar operations in the hope of bringing an end to crime in the area.

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