Wednesday, April 22, 2015

MEC Plato urges smooth operations in the police sector during suspension of Lamoer

Mbasa Gqokoma
22 April 2015

Western Cape MEC of Community Safety Dan Plato has called on Police Commissioner Riah Phiyega to ensure that the suspension of Provincial Police Commissioner Arno Lamoer, does not impact the policing service delivery in the province.

Lamoer and other top cops face one-hundred and nine charges which include corruption, racketeering and fraud.

MEC Plato said the loss of four senior SAPS officials in the province must not result in increased responsibilities for other management personnel who are already thinly stretched.

Ministerial Spokesperson Ewald Botha says Western Cape MEC of Community Safety, Dan Plato feels that it is absolutely critical that the national police commissioner ensures that the suspension process of the senior SAPS officials on the serious criminal charges is concluded swiftly and does not negatively affect the functioning of the police in the province.




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