Western Cape MEC of Community Safety Dan
Plato has raised his concern regarding the criticism of recommendations
proposed by the Khayelitsha Commission of Inquiry report is receiving.
Plato said the recommendations by the commission will help the three
Khayelitsha police stations to run more effectively.
One of the recommendations has to do with
police officers bringing in more detectives who are able to speak
Ministerial Spokesperson Ewald Botha said
the department of Safety in the Western Cape after read the
receiving the report on Monday has started studying the findings to look at how
best they can effectively be implemented. The SAPS have adopted the same
approach and have already claimed to be implementing some of the findings.
“The SAPS have adopted the same approach
and have already claim to be implementing some of the findings
Sapu and all other organisations and individuals
affected by the findings of the Commission’s report should adopt a similar
approach and be to haste on the initial basis.” Botha added.
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