Level of violent crime drops
By Chanel September
29 September 2006
The level of violent crime has dropped in the Western Cape by 17.1% but the there has been a increase in the number of cash-in -transit heist from 20 to 53, which is a cause of deep concern.
Western Cape MEC for Safety and Security Leonard Ramatlekane told the Cape Argus that he was concerned about the growing number of cash-in-transit heist.
A plan is now set in place to deploy the most experienced police officers in the trenches of crime zones or stations is being remodelled into a national plan to change policing in the country.