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Department of Police releases annual crime statistics.

Cape Town: The Department of Police will be hosting a media briefing in Cape Town, Western Cape on Tuesday, 11th September 2018. The media briefing follows the presentation to the Portfolio Committee on Police (PCOP) on the 2017/2018 crime statistics by the Minister of Police, Mr BH Cele (MP).

The briefing to Parliament will take place between 09:00 – 10:00.
A media briefing will be held directly after the briefing to the PCOP.
Members of the media are cordially invited to attend.

Date : Tuesday, 11 September 2018
Venue: Imbizo Room, Parliament, Cape Town
Time : 09h30 for 10h00

There will be a live link to GCIS in Pretoria @ Tshedimosetso House, 1035 Frances Baard Street (corner Festival Street), Hatfield, Pretoria, 0083.

#CrimeStats can be watched during the live crossing on the following DSTV channel, Parliament TV, Channel 408.

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5 comments on “Department of Police releases annual crime statistics. Cape Town: The Department of Police will…

  1. Bheki cele mst nw focus on arresting de Somalians/Pakistans who kidnaping kids in our country plz b4 we do sumtin our self..of which dey wil b quick to cum arrest us for taking de law in our hands.##..Pakistan/Somalia dey mst jst go

  2. Why focus on a bunch of “get together” or meetings rather than focusing on employing more police officers so that there can be more visual patrols or officers roaming pur streets to ensure our safety? Our police are never to be seen when crimes are committed or they only arrive at scene about an hour later. Pathetic!! When you phone them when you need them they never have vans available i guess in a case like that we as SA citizens should perhaps consider taking law into our own hands and reducing the amount of work for you coz you can barely do the little you suppose to do. But whenever you drive around at night every second house where an police official lives there are a police vechile parked at their house but theres never enough vechiles for those on duty….pathetic

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