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Groenewald Challenges Police

The Commissioner of Police, Bernardus Groenewald, yesterday challenged his officers to do better this year. Mr Groenewald led the officers to their first Thanksgiving Church Service for the year at
19 Jan 2015 10:30
Groenewald Challenges Police
The Commissioner of Police, Bernardus Groenewald (middle), and Louisa Groenewald (left), meet the families of officers after the Thanksgiving Church Service. Inset: Representatives from Korovou Police Station after the servcie.

The Commissioner of Police, Bernardus Groenewald, yesterday challenged his officers to do better this year.

Mr Groenewald led the officers to their first Thanksgiving Church Service for the year at the Special Response Unit in Nasinu yesterday.

He challenged the officers to ask themselves if they were loyal and dedicated to their work in upholding the law.

“We can do better and I urge you to ask yourselves how you can do more to serve the organisation and the community,” Mr Groenewald said.

“Together we have witnessed many successes both in our professional and personal lives and we should continue to acknowledge the good work that is being done by all of our officers.”

The service also acknowledged Police officers for the success of the festive season’s Operation Yadrayadravi that ended last week.

Mr Groenewald called on the officers to reflect on what they did last year and see how they could work together for an improvement this year.

“It’s the beginning of another year and no one knows what lies ahead of us and where we will be which is why we must always acknowledge and give thanks for all our achievements.

“Ask yourself. Do I care about family, colleagues and others because your actions if negative, will also affect them and your relationships,” Mr Groenewald said.

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