SAPS National Commissioner Commends Success of Law Enforcement Operations during Easter Weekend

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During the Easter weekend, General Fannie Masemola, the South African Police Service (SAPS) National Commissioner, expressed his satisfaction with the success of the integrated and joint law enforcement operations across the country.

Multidisciplinary Teams Foil Crime

The multidisciplinary teams were successful in foiling a cash-in-transit heist, arresting drug dealers, and rescuing two teenage boys who were kidnapped.

SAPS’ High-Density Approach

The SAPS’ high-density approach has been implemented for heightened police visibility, focusing on seizing illegal firearms, drugs, and stolen motor vehicles. The SAPS’ goal is to ensure that all in South Africa can enjoy their well-deserved Easter break in a safe and secure environment.

Communities Urged to Remain Vigilant

Communities should still be aware of their surroundings and take steps to secure their loved ones and property while enjoying themselves. The SAPS is committed to ensuring the safety and security of all citizens and visitors of South Africa.

Report Criminal Activity

Communities are urged to remain extra vigilant and to report criminal activity to the crime stop number on 0860010111.

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