Tlokweng Police's Poor Service Riles Residents

An Inspector at Tlokweng Police Station advises the public to note the names of officers who assist them to make it easier for them to deal with reports of poor service.

Onthusitswe Gofitile said on Saturday that by naming the officers who provide poor service will help them follow-up on complaints about them. "The best way is to always take the name of the officer," he said after Tlokweng residents complained of poor service at the station in a Kgotla meeting attended by Paramount Chief, Puso Gaborone.

The police officer said he was not aware of the reports of poor service at the station. Earlier, speakers at the Kgotla meeting in Lenganeng stated that officers at Tlokweng Police Station are failing them, as they never handle their cases well. Molatlhegi Ranyena said that he reported a case of threat-to-kill to officers at the station who arrested the suspect but a few hours later, he saw him (suspect) walking free after a P100 fine.

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