2307 new female trainees from the SAPS Academies will soon be taking to the streets. Lietenant General Bonang Mgwenya visited the aspiring female officiers to remind them of the SAPS's Code of Conduct as well as the oath they are about to take.
2307 female trainees from the SAPS Hammanskraal and Tshwane Academies recently gathered to receive direction and instructions to prepare them before becoming official police constables.
Lieutenant General Bonang Mgwenya, Deputy National Commissioner addressed the new recruits recently to remind them of their purpose at the SAPS and to express her gratitude to the trainees for all the hardships they had faced during their training.
The new trainees are expected to have their passing out parade on the 21st of December after acing their Basic Police Development Learning Programme.
“It is abundantly pleasing that you will join us as we will be intensifying operations and stabilise crime during this Festive Season period and beyond. As part of the 16 Days of Activism of No Violence Against Women and Children campaign, we have to constantly echo our response that no gender-based violence will be tolerated," said Lt Gen Mgwenya.
The trainees who are perched on the brink of becoming police officials were urged to stand firm, by vigilant and act decisively when defending the lives of the nations citizens, including themselves.
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