Vision Tactical’s ‘Specialized Support Unit’ Launched To Further Enhance The Fight Against Crime
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Private Security Company Vision Tactical has launched its latest edition to an already diverse fleet, dubbed ‘Specialised Support Unit’.
Director of Vision Tactical, Yaseen Theba said that the vehicle will be given strategic coordination to ensure that the unit operates cooperatively.
“The need to have this Specialized Support Unit in areas where crime is prevalent we felt has been long overdue.”
Theba adds that in residential and business areas there is a high risk of crime and this requires specialised support units to give operational support.
“In South Africa we are forced to take this approach because criminals are tactical in their operations and are always armed with dangerous and heavy ammunition.”
According to Theba, the deployment of this unit forms part of the strategy the company adopted called #Vision2030, which forms an integral role including of various plans and solutions to reduce crime in order to create safer & more secure environments.
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