MEDIA ALERT:MEC Plato to lead extensive safety outreach in Avian Park, Worcestor
MEDIA ALERT: Minister Plato to lead extensive safety outreach in Avian Park, Worcester
Tomorrow, Monday 3 April 2017, Western Cape Minister of Community Safety, Dan Plato, will lead an extensive Safety Outreach by the Western Cape Government and our safety partners in Avian Park, Worcester.
Following a recent visit to Avian Park, Minister Plato committed to coming back to the neighbourhood with a full service offering from the Department of Community Safety and other safety stakeholders.
Minister Plato will be joined in Avian Park tomorrow by representatives from the Breede Valley Municipality, South African Police Service, Western Cape Department of Social Development, -Education, -Cultural Affairs and Sport, Department of Correctional Services and non-governmental organisations who will all work together with the community in improving safety within the community.
Through the Safety Outreach, Minister Plato hopes to build better relationships between the community and the police through promotion of all safety entities and various Departmental programmes, such as the Neighbourhood Watch accreditations, Walking Bus initiatives, Northlink study bursary programmes, Chrysalis Academy and Youth Safety and Religious Partnership programme.
There will be an opportunity for photographs and interviews.
ALL MEDIA ARE INVITED TO ATTEND
Details: Avian Park Safety Outreach
Date: 3 April 2017
Time: 09:30 – Depart from Mayor’s Office (Council Chambers, 30 Baring Street, Worcester) 10:00 – 15:00 – Safety Outreach in Avian Park
Venue: Open spaces to the south of Albatross and Tortelduif Streets, Avian Park, Worcester.
Ewald Botha, Spokesperson for Minister Plato,
Cell: 079 694 1113