Police Beat

MEDIA STATEMENT FROM THE OFFICE OF THE PROVINCIAL COMMISSIONER FREE STATE SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE

The 16 days of activism in support of women and children are in full swing in Smithfield Cluster.

The events have started well and will continue up to 10 December.

Social Crime Prevention of SAPS, CPF chairperson, Community Patrollers, Sivile Victim Centre and NYDA have joined hands and assisted about 100 female learners of thirteen years and more with a packet of sanitary towels each.

Mofulatshephe Primary and Relebohile Senior Secondary learners benefited from these good Samaritans.   

The Grades 4 and 5 were also given t-shirts and all learners received pamphlets with tips on Domestic Violence and Sexual Offences.

Earlier that day, the above mentioned stakeholders started with a door to door campaign were they interviewed females on treatment at home by their male counterparts.

The main event will be on the 8 December at George Rantee Hall where there will be presentations and dialogue by women to women.

Let us respect women and treat them as OUR equals.

 

Enquiries: Sergeant Yanga Ngcukana

Smithfield Communication, Marketing and Liaison

082 0463 940

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