20 May 2015
Western Cape MEC of Community
Safety Dan Plato has launched the 2015/2016 Policing Needs and Priorities
meetings which will start this weekend in Paarl.
The essence of the meetings
held in various communities is to address policing and priorities needs of each
community, which then a report will be complied and handed to National Police
Minister Nkosinathi Nhleko.
MEC Plato said safety remains
Ministerial Spokesperson Ewald
Botha says for the first time since it was conceived, the newly structured two
day PNP consultation will result in a practical and implementable safety plan
that is aligned to the safety and priorities in every community across the
Botha said to support these
new safety plans the Department of Community Safety is almost making R15 million
rand available to support local Community Policing Forums and to facilitate
programmes such as training of Neighbourhood Watch members and the Youth Safety
Work Programme which programmes are responsive to the safety needs and
priorities within communities.
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