Mogoditshane cops to curb pedestrian deaths, home invasions


In response to the rising cases of pedestrian deaths and home invasions in the Mogoditshane policing area, cops have implemented strategies to address these issues.

The frequency of pedestrian accidents has been a cause for concern, with Mogoditshane police recording one to two cases every week. Mogoditshane Police Station commander, Superintendent Boemo Bok expressed worry about the surge in pedestrian deaths and home invasions. He outlined the steps being taken to The Monitor.

"We have begun deploying police officers by the traffic lights and zebra crossings along the Mogoditshane/Molepolole highway during peak hours — in the morning when people are rushing to work and when they finish for the day — to raise awareness about road safety. This includes ensuring that people use the zebra crossing, controlling traffic, and making sure drivers stop to allow pedestrians to cross," explained Bok.

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