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Community safety department holds summit in Merafong

Substance abuse, gangsterism, road safety and gender-based violence. These were some of the issues in the West Rand region that gave rise to the community safety summit that took place at the sports complex in Carletonville on Thursday, 4 May. The spokesperson of Gauteng Department of Community Safety, Ndivhuho Gadisi, said the event formed part …

Substance abuse, gangsterism, road safety and gender-based violence. These were some of the issues in the West Rand region that gave rise to the community safety summit that took place at the sports complex in Carletonville on Thursday, 4 May. The spokesperson of Gauteng Department of Community Safety, Ndivhuho Gadisi, said the event formed part of the regional safety summit. The summit was called following regular audits that were conducted at police stations for the purpose of identifying the challenges in the region and making improvements. Stakeholders
such as the CPF, senior managers of various law enforcement agencies, the business community, local leadership
and faith-based organisations were invited to sit down and discuss the challenges and come up with a programme
of action to address them. ‘We will set up different commissions to discuss, deliberate and make recommendations,’ said the spokesperson. The summit is set to move on to other regions, too.

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