Se­cu­rity in­dus­try the fault of cops

The Citizen (KZN) - - LETTERS -

Ap­a­thetic gov­ern­ment un­able to give suit­able se­cu­rity to the peo­ple of South Africa has spawned the so called se­cu­rity in­dus­try. Pa­trolling, armed re­sponse, alarm ac­ti­va­tions, alarm in­stal­la­tions ... an end­less list of money-mak­ing op­por­tu­ni­ties for this mas­sive in­dus­try.

Our in­com­pe­tent cops do not have ve­hi­cles to pa­trol, be­cause their ve­hi­cles have been in­volved in ac­ci­dents and mostly they are not re­pairable.

A neigh­bour’s home was bro­ken into in broad day­light and valu­ables taken by these op­por­tunist crim­i­nals, and the re­sponse of the se­cu­rity com­pany was that she needs to up­grade her se­cu­rity at a cost of R70 000.

I think she is still wait­ing for the cops to ar­rive – what a bunch of co­me­di­ans!

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Money-mak­ing rack­ets that are forc­ing civilised peo­ple to flee this coun­try, and all be­cause the ANC are clue­less, un­able to dis­ci­pline the thugs who make up their card-car­ry­ing con­stituents.

Peter Bachtis

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