Bheki Cele Police Minister
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- Police Minister Bheki Cele detailed the interventions carried out by the Khayelitsha police station since the 2011 Investigation Commission.
- Sele said surveillance inspections and the use of CCTV cameras are part of the success they are carrying out.
- In 2011, then Premier of the Western Cape Helenzile set up a committee to investigate police failures in Caelicha.
Instant surveillance, use of CCTV cameras, Xhosa lessons for police officers.
These are some of the interventions carried out at the Kaericha police station after the completion of the Kaericha Investigation Commission on police deficiencies.
According to Police Minister Bheki Cele, the Khayelitsha Police Cluster has established an active joint forum with various sub-forums to develop practical interventions and ensure the safety of the community.
He said the Regional Police Forum (CPF) was fully functional and was attended by relevant police officers.
This was included in Cele’s written response to a parliamentary question from EFF MP Thembinkosi Tevin Apleni, a representative of the National Council of Provinces (NCOP), who sought details of the Commission’s recommendations.
Sele said the position of commander of the Kaeri Chakra cluster was fulfilled.
However, it will be replaced by the implementation of the district development model by the district commander of Cape Town. Vacancy managers are filled and continuously monitored through their respective human resource processes. The resources of domestic violence, child protection and sexual crime (FCS) units servicing three districts are being addressed and continuously monitored.
In 2011, then Premier of the Western Cape Helenzile set up a committee to investigate police failures in Caelicha.
Some recommendations were made, but most of them were implemented, according to Cele.
“A Xhosa training program has been implemented. Many initiatives related to performance management and discipline have been implemented. Key vacancies have been filled. Tasks to enhance and improve the capabilities of detective services. The team’s functioning and job arrangements have been reviewed. A project has been registered to address the unprocessed portion of murders, murderers and investigations. The project was completed in 2016, “said Sele. Told.
In addition, Sele said several interventions were undertaken to deal with youth gangsters.
“The youth forum established by SAPS to deal with the youth gang of Khayelitsha is still being promoted and the commander of the sector is actively involved. The purpose of this sub-forum is gang violence. It is to identify interventions that can be used to reduce the number of people .. SAPS is chaired with the participation of community organizations, the Department of Social Development, the Department of Correctional Services, the Department of Community Safety, and the University of Cape Town. ” Told.
Regarding domestic violence, Cele said police officers from the Khayelitsha cluster had been trained to deal with domestic violence.
“The CPF has also been educated on the laws and procedures of domestic violence. A sub-forum on crime against women and children has been established and is still active. Due to Covid-19, no recent meetings have been held. It was, “he said.
Other interventions include:
- Regularly update local radio stations to alert the community of crime trends and awareness of security measures.
- Unannounced visits and inspections are conducted to ensure service delivery to the community.When
- Use of closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras.
Sele also said construction of a police station in Makaza is expected to begin in fiscal year 2024/2025.
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Xhosa lessons, inspections, and CCTV cameras used to improve Khayelitsha police-Bheki Cele
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