SAPS members continue to reach out to communities as part of the campaign to combat GBV.
SAPS Temba members visited Kopanong Shopping complex, while SAPS Soshanguve members and the local Community Policing Forum (CPF) visited Marry Me informal settlement.
The community was encouraged to work with SAPS to #EndGBV and #ActAgainstAbuse.
There were pamphlets distributed with information on crimes and safety tips.
To educate community members on crime awareness and safety, #CrimeAwareness campaigns are being launched in Gauteng.
During the #16DaysOfActivism campaign, police members engaged with the community in local malls.
Also, safety tips were shared and community members were urged to report a crime to their nearest police station.
Members of Temba SAPS together with community safety members interacted with community members at Gereda Crossing Stinkwater while distributing crime prevention materials. More than 400 pamphlets were distributed with information regarding sexual offences, domestic violence, and substance abuse.