Wadzanai Madhibha, H-Metro Reporter
A senior cop has urged people to pull resources together and share information so as to curb crime.
Speaking during the Client Service Charter Reinvigoration at White House over the weekend, Provincial Police Commander, Commissioner Charles Nhete pulling resources together would go a long way in curbing crime.
“Crime is a reality and it requires us all to come together as one people and put our resources together, share information about crime and criminals and expose crime taking place in our communities and ensure all criminals are bought to book,” said Commissioner Nhete.
He assured the people that they will react promptly on any information that they will be given.
“As we discharge our duties we shall remain committed and dedicated and we will quickly act on information we get from you and promise to protect your identity,” he said.
He added that under the new service charter they had put in place user friendly communication tools.
“We have put in place user friendly communication tools that include hotline, suggestion boxes, WhatsApp and other platforms to facilitate the flow of information between the public and the police.”
He added that the police were grateful for the piece of land that was donated by one of their valued stake holders.
“The police is grateful for the donation of a piece of land measuring 2 000 square meters from Pfugari properties,” he added.
Speaking on the sidelines of the event was Hazel Nyanyiwa the director of Pfugari properties who said she decided to donate a piece of land to the police because crime was rife there.
“There is too much crime here and there was no nearby police post that is the reason why l donated the piece of land to the police,” said Nyanyiwa.