Serowe police vow to curb violent crimes

Street in Serowe Village PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO
Street in Serowe Village PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO

Concerned with the upsurge in violent crimes in Serowe, the police have vowed to reduce violent crimes in their policing area.

No 2 district officer commanding, Senior Superintendent Paul Oketsang told The Monitor they would prioritise the fight against violent crimes currently keeping police on their toes to curb the escalating incidents in the area.

Oketsang gave an example of violent crimes such as unlawful wounding, murder, rape, and assault occasioning disclosing to be giving Serowe police a headache.

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