Thursday, July 23, 2015

MEC Plato concerned about break-ins at Bishop Lavis SAPS office

Lusanda Bill
23 July 2015

Western Cape MEC of Community Safety Dan Plato has raised concern about the office in Bishop Lavis which has seen at least five break-ins this year.

In a statement MEC Plato the office, which houses important information on investigations into organised crime, gangs and drugs, have reportedly become a hot spot for vandalism and theft, with laptops allegedly stolen from the premises.

Ministerial Spokesperson Ewald Botha said if the allegations are true MEC Plato said this poses a major security risk for the SAPS and a safety risk for community members who have been assisting police in their investigations into organised crime, gangs and drugs in the province.

Botha added that MEC Plato said this is a serious mismanagement which the Provincial SAPS heads have to account for.



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