Western Cape MEC for Community Safety and Police Oversight Reagan Allen says the investments made into the province’s K9 units continually bear fruit.
Last week the unit was instrumental in confiscating hundreds of parcels of dagga at a roadblock in Malmesbury.
Allen says one man was arrested during the incident.
To date, the provincial government has already funded the province’s dog unit with over R13 million.
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3/ and a patrol with the Vredenburg Neighbourhood Watch (NHW), where SAPS and CPF members also joined, and joining a Vehicle Checkpoint Operation (VCP) with law enforcement, SAPS and the K9-Unit in Malmesbury, where we confiscated illegal substances. pic.twitter.com/YJudE1FYWn
— Reagen Allen (@ReagenAllen) June 30, 2022