Tuesday, January 23, 2007

Police and residents clamp down on crime

By Chanel September
23 January 2007

Police and residents across Cape Town have joined forces in the fight to combat drugs and the increase in gang fights.

The police have made a number of arrests in drug busts after tip-off’s were received from the public.

The strategy sees police moving into the space of drug lords on the Cape Flats who have been fighting for control. The rivalry is the result of police clamping down on gang strongholds, this is according to Community Safety MEC Leonard Ramatlekane.

He says the aim is to make sure that wherever there are drugs and gang wars, that police would close in on them.

Ramatlekane also thanked residents who gave information as this helped in combating crime in the province.


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