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Curro Castle Serengeti children see Kempton Park SAPS in action

Members of Kempton Park SAPS visited Curro Castle Serengeti Nursery School on October 22.

The purpose of the visit was to raise awareness among the children about the role of police and the duties they perform.

It was a fun-filled day as children aged between three and five learnt more about the men and women in blue.

“Sgt Dorah Phakula, social crime prevention officer at Kempton Park SAPS, with senior officers Col Motsatsi Lesomo, Lt-Col Ronelle Dormehl, Capt Samson Salomie, Capt Cecile Marneweck and sector managers, were among those present during the visit,” said Capt Jethro Mtshali, spokesperson for Kempton Park SAPS.

“Demonstrations were also done to show the children what police do and how they execute their job.

“The children were fascinated to practically witness what we do and how we do what we do.”

Demonstrations were also done to show the children what police do and how they execute their job.

Mtshali added that while addressing the children, Phakula highlighted the importance of children in reporting incidents and knowing the emergency numbers for reporting.

Police members not only addressed and demonstrated but also spent time with the children. Pamphlets with important information were also distributed to children.

Read the original article here: https://kemptonexpress.co.za/321993/children-see-police-in-action/