provincial Commissioner Lieutenant General Elias Mawela and the MEC for Community Safety Ms Faith Mazibuko have handed over a Client Service Centre (CSC) mobile truck as part of quick response and service delivery.
The mobile police station truck was handed over recently during the launch of Operation safer festive season at Stinkwater by the National Commissioner of police General Khehla Sithole.
The mobile CSC truck was handed over to the station Commander of Temba SAPS Brigadier Johannes Tau to be utilized and serve the community at large.
The truck was immediately utilized where the police visits different areas each and every day. The truck is posted at village per day where the community can open cases and certifying copies without even walking long distance to access the service.
The station Commander of Temba SAPS Brigadier Johannes Tau urged all residents to utilise this mobile truck and avoid queuing at police station.
He said “All the services they received from police station are the same services provided in the mobile CSC truck. The truck will be posted in all five sectors in different days and when the people sees that truck in their area, they must know that the police station is in their area for that day and there is no need for them to travel to Temba to get services”.
At this moment all areas under Temba SAPS princict including North West villages will benefit and receive services equally.
There will be police officers posted in that truck same as at police station. The station Commander emphasized that the CSC mobile truck belongs to all communities of Temba not certain specific areas. He urged the community to take care of the truck.
African National Congress (ANC) Councillor in Stinkwater, Willy Kgopa took to social media to express his delight at the new mobile police station in Temba, further urging people to spread the word and let others know about the mobile truck so that they can access services quickly and easier at their doorsteps.
“There is a Mobile police station at Sthobeshop. Every Monday it will provide you with all the services you get from the police station, let’s pass the message to everyone and our parents as well. It won’t be there on Tuesday onwards because it has to service other four sectors of Temba Police Station,” concluded Kgopa.