‘I see criminals on the balls’ - SAPS detective talks crime ov...

Exposed to violence and crime daily, Captain Tyron Alfred Amon, a SAPS unit commander in Bellville, Cape Town, says he finds himself unable to “switch off” – though a game of pool, where he sees “criminals on the balls”, is a great way to relieve some of the stress.A number of recent high-profile murder cases around South Africa have led to rolling media coverage, which often places the South African Police Service (SAPS) firmly in the spotlight.This video is brought to you by TimesLIVE and 1Life Insurance. Get a quote tailored to your needs today at http://bit.ly/2nIAMK8.

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Exposed to violence and crime daily, Captain Tyron Alfred Amon, a SAPS unit commander in Bellville, Cape Town, says he finds himself unable to “switch off” – though a game of pool, where he sees “criminals on the balls”, is a great way to relieve some of the stress.

A number of recent high-profile murder cases around South Africa have led to rolling media coverage, which often places the South African Police Service (SAPS) firmly in the spotlight.

This video is brought to you by TimesLIVE and 1Life Insurance. Get a quote tailored to your needs today at http://bit.ly/2nIAMK8.

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