Kawale CPFs urged to tighten the grip on security

Kawale Police Station through its Community Policing branch has charged Community Policing Forums (CPFs) and all residents of Area 23 Midlands to up the game in security.

The call was made on Friday, November 12, 2021 at Midlands through Kawale Community Policing Coordinator Inspector Thoko Mkwezalamba.

This call was made in direct response to series of murder and robberies cases in the area. Several initiatives have been put in place such as, the know your neighbor initiative, target hardening and routine patrols.

Additionally, chiefs within the area have also been asked to take a leading role in these security initiatives.

The call has also been tagged crucial in readiness to Christmas and New Year celebrations.

However Mkwezalamba lamented tendency of mob justice.

“Refrain from any acts of taking the law into your own hands. Mob killing is against the law and at the same time jeopardize investigations and let free other partners in crime,” emphasized Mkwezalamba.

CPFs in the area received working tools such as reflective vests, torches, whistles and burton sticks.

Speaking on behalf of chiefs present was Group Village Kambalame, who applauded Kawale Police for the tips shared and for the donation.

Further a promise has been made that more teams will be instituted to join the existing ones.

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