Bultfontein: SAPS members and Women’s Network were busy distributing pamphlets to residents of Phahameng when they identified three needy families. They organised themselves and gave food parcels and clothes. This gesture shows that Police cares for the community they serve.
On the 11 December 2017, Bultfontein SAPS Social Crime Prevention and Women’s Network were busy distributing pamphlets, when they noticed three needy families. Members themselves raised the money and bought food parcels and clothing, for the needy families.
This gesture was done in conjunction with 16 Days of Activism against women and children. Pamphlets were educating residents that they must report any form of abuse, any suspicious persons and vehicles to the Police. Social Crime Prevention was led by Constable Lebogang Kotwana.