South Africans react to the JMPD launching a new CCTV Response Unit

South Africans react to the JMPD launching a new CCTV Response Unit

South Africans reacted to a post by the City of Joburg, which announced the launch of a new CCTV Response Unit.

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On Tuesday, the City of Joburg shared a couple of photos which showed officers lined up next to each other. According to the post, the cops form part of the Johannesburg Metropolitan Police Department's new CCTV Reaction Unit.

"Today JMPD launched the CCTV Response Unit. Anywhere a crime is committed under our watch the @JoburgMPD CCTV Reaction Unit will be there to respond! #BuyaMthetho," the post was captioned.

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South Africans react to the JMPD launching a new CCTV Response Unit

The JMPD's new CCTV Response Unit. Photo credit: City of Joburg/Facebook.
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The post sparked quite the reaction and decided to take a look at some of the comments it gathered.

Nelson Seoma commented: "Let's hope more effort to quick response will be exercised."
Mxolisi Dlamini added: "It looks like City of Joburg has run out ideas in solving crime problem within the City, Let's hope that CCTV response will stabilize the situation."
Ik Sharie Imraan Arsenal wrote: "Small street eish don't have words to describe it."
Eric Leeroy said: "CCTV is always been there but look at Bok and quarts Rea via station metro cops always there busy with cold drinks money they don't care if u get robbed or anything."
Mayibongwe Madibha Ncube commented: "Cnr Twist and Pietersen Hillbrow is nightmare.A gang of robbers who stay at Vanin Court have been terrosing people for years and years .After casting my vote at St Enda School l saw a gang of robbers violently take another guy's cellphone right in front of the Police vehicle that was parked in the vicinity.They just walked slowly to Vanin Court where they stay.That area is very dangerous day or night."

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