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Hawks visit the West Coast

A corruption awareness programme was hosted by the Hawks on Saturday 20 February in Saldanha at the White City Multi-purpose Centre.

Colonel Enus Abdul welcomed all law enforcement personnel, starting with the purpose of the programme, which focused on how to fight and address corruption.

He explained corruption is present anywhere where humans have control over actions as well as in private companies and public entities. The mandate of the Hawks is to prevent, combat and investigate national priority offences and focus on three areas such as serious organised crime, serious commercial crime and serious corruption investigations.

According to Abdul, there is no common corruption that thrives on the West Coast but, rather, corruption exists in various forms involving different participants.

Ultimately corruption causes a breakdown in confidence of the public in government structures and also causes poor delivery of services in all sectors. “Lawlessness will then become the norm,” Abdul said.

“To curb the growth of corruption, the public can assist by building a better relationship with the police and local law enforcement. Only by working together can corruption as a real problem be addressed.”

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