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The International 16 Days of Activism campaign focuses on generating an increased awareness of the negative impact that violence and abuse have on women and children, and the social fabric of our society. The campaign starts on 25 November and ends on 10 December every year.
What you can do to help:
An open opportunity society for all
This charter reflects the commitments and obligations of the Department of Community Safety and its implementation partners in Batho Pele “People First”: A better life for all South Africans by putting safety first. It is our commitment to our customers that we will do our utmost to help and provide them with the quality of service the deserve.
The Department of Community Safety aims to increase safety for all the people in the Province by promoting professional policing through effective oversight, by ensuring the safety at all public buildings and spaces, to facilitate safety partnerships and programmes and to build greater safety and security organisational resilience.
The Minister of the Department of Community Safety, Alan Winde hosts a monthly radio show to showcase the departments activities and involvement in the communities of the Western Cape. This platform also allows the public to engage the Minster with their concerns and suggestions in creating a safer province for all.
The Community Safety Radio show simulcasts from Bush Radio and airs on the following Radio Stations:
The Western Cape Department of Community Safety aims to create awareness around safety of women in our communities this August with the theme of “Women Persist – Men Resist”.
Working with victims of abuse and violence