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Police launch 60 days of action

POLICE COMMISSIONER: Makgophe

In a bid to save lives over the Christmas holidays, Botswana Police Service launched their ‘60 Days of Action on Crime and Road Safety’ campaign in Tonota on Thursday.

The nationwide initiative runs from 1 November to 31 December and is an annual operation that dates back to 2011.

Speaking at the launch, Commissioner of Police, Keabetswe Makgophe explained the campaign is meant to ensure a safe and secure festive season for all Batswana.

He warned that while festive is supposed to be a time of celebration and peace, criminals take advantage of the season to rob and defraud innocent c...

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