POLICING MANDATE REQUIRES CONSTANT FORTIFICATION FROM ABOVE
In carrying out their mandate which is very onerous and daunting, Police need to be consistently fortified and enlightened by the wisdom from above.
This was revealed by the Honourable Prime Minister – Ambrose Mandvulo Dlamini during the 2019 Police Annual Prayer Day held at the Matsapha Police Academy last Friday. Dlamini said the Police Service cannot by any measure of reality afford to rely on its operational might alone and need to always seek God’s guidance when dealing with sophisticated and complex safety and security challenges.The Premier revealed that the prayer service is vital in praying for the country’s Police Service to continue being strengthened and guided by the Almighty God in discharging its critical mandate of safeguarding the Nation.
POLICING STRATEGIES SHOULD BE ACCURATE AND DIRECT
The Honourable Prime Minister Ambrose Mandvulo Dlamini has challenged the Police Service to device policing interventions which are always accurate and direct to keep abreast with the dynamism of society.
Speaking during the Senior Officers and Senior Civilian Staff Conference held at the Matsapha Police Academy last Thursday, the Premier stated that safety and security measures which lack proper co-ordination are likely to miss the target and fail to live up to the expectations of the public. He emphasized that it is vital for the Police leadership to constantly evaluate if the organisation remains on track to deliver on its mandate to the Nation. The Prime Minister encouraged Police to double efforts in fighting crime in particular the sexual violation of women and crimes of violence which are prevalent in the country.
MVA Fund donates equipment worth over E240 000 to REPS
Sincephetelo MVA Fund has once again lent a helping hand to the Royal Eswatini Police Service (REPS) in an effort to keep the country’s roads accident free.
On Monday MVA handed over a caravan facility and other equipment to be used in traffic policing worth over E240 00.00 to the Police Service in the presence of the Honourable Prime Minister – Ambrose Mandvulo Dlamini who is also the Minister responsible for Police Affairs. The event started off by the Premier cutting of the ribbon at the Malagwane Traffic Cooling station in the presence of other government senior officials and closed off with speeches at the Police Headquarters.