Cape MEC of Community Safety Dan Plato believes the handover of a Safety Kiosk
to the Tygerberg Hospital precinct will assist in the hospital’s ability to
provide a safer environment for more efficient health service delivery.
The area is
currently manned by 10 Chrysalis graduates as community liaison officers.
Spokesperson Ewald Botha said the handover forms part of the Safety Partnership
launched in April this year.
Botha said this
mobile, high visibility point of safety has been deployed to Tygerburg Hospital
since the end of June 2015 and is manned by 10 Chrysalis Graduates as community
liaison officers within the hospital and on the precinct, using the Community
Safety Kiosk as a base for their functioning.
He added that
the effectiveness of the graduates is displayed in the statistics which show
that they have assisted 638 members of the public within the first 2 weeks
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