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Midrand Police acknowledge Ria Sebetsa’s support for crime prevention and investigating endeavours

Midrand Police acknowledge Ria Sebetsa for support towards crime prevention and investigating endeavours.

The Midrand Police Station commissioner’s office has officially acknowledged and appreciated Ria Sebetsa, a local security company, for its outstanding support towards the Midrand Police during crime prevention and investigation operations.

According to Brigadier Molefe David Tsotsotso, the station commander, Ria Sebetsa has demonstrated an exceptional commitment towards the support of crime prevention operations by taking part in all the operations conducted in Midrand precinct as an external stakeholder.

“Additionally, Ria Sebetsa has allowed the detectives to view CCTV footage at their premises during crime investigations, which has greatly contributed to successful arrests of criminals in the area,” said Tsotsotso.

The station commissioner recognises and appreciates the support that Ria Sebetsa has provided towards the Midrand community and their unwavering commitment to putting the interest of the community first.

Ria Sebetsa’s CEO, Danny Maduray, shared that working with the police has yielded significant achievements such as successful arrests of wanted criminals, drunk drivers, and unlicensed drivers.

He also mentioned that the recognition from the police signifies that they are indeed living up to their name, ‘Ria Sebetsa,’ which translates to ‘We are working for you’.

Madury further stated that the tracking and tracing of suspects with their 24/7 command centre has been highly beneficial.

“Our 24/7 monitoring or LPR camera network allows us to pick up any activities at any given time, including incidents such as accidents. We are the ones who react to the accident scene and contact the emergency services such as an ambulance,” said Maduray.

He emphasised that there is still a lot of work to be done in areas such as Vorna Valley and Noordwyk, where home break-ins are on the rise.

Maduray urged residents to stop employing cheap labour and conduct proper background checks on their workers, whether domestic helpers, gardeners, or contractors.

“Additionally, residents should ensure that their alarm systems are working, as often, home break-ins occur because the alarm is not switched on.”

The police have also assured that they will continue to work tirelessly to ensure the safety and security of the Midrand community by working with these law enforcement agencies.

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