JOHANNESBURG Â Central police have asked the community to help fight crime by passing on information, Gauteng police said on Sunday.
â€śWe would like to recruit informers; males and females,â€ť Warrant Officer Xoli Mbele said.
â€śThe duty of the informer is to be the eyes and ears of the police. If he or she hears about a crime that is going to be committed, his responsibility is to inform the police and not to put his life in danger.â€ť
Informers would be registered in the data base. If he or she gave police positive information that could result in the arrest or confiscation of stolen property, â€śincentivesâ€ť would be given to the informer, Mbele said.
Interested members of the community could contact the Johannesburg Central police communication office on 011- 497-7135 or W/O Xoli Mbele on 082-777-6263.Â â€“ ANA