A huge thank you to @visiontactical and their 🌱 Green Team who so kindly sponsored the removal of one of our fallen trees in the Tshiamo Edible Garden. To Debbie Earle, one of our parents who initiated the project, thank you so much!

🟢 ABOUT VISION TACTICAL AND THEIR GREEN TEAM: “Since the launch of the company in 2014, thousands of residents around Johannesburg, have come to rely on us for their private security and protection.

We are now doing our bit to give back to the community by helping to not only keep our suburbs safe, but also contribute towards a cleaner litter free environment and create job opportunities for the unemployed.

The men and women of our Green Team are truly passionate about our environment. The green team campaign is the result of a great partnership with Freeway Toyota and the Nelson Mandela Foundation.”

source: @saxonwoldprimaryschool on Instagram

Vision Tactical – 

The Gauteng MEC for Community Safety, Ms Faith Mazibuko handed over high-performance vehicles fitted with cutting-edge crime-fighting technology to the Gauteng Traffic Police as part of increasing visibility in crime hotspots and enhance road safety in the province.
The handover follows the Gauteng Provincial Government’s commitment to direct additional resources to the law enforcement agencies in the fight against criminal activities in the province. After the handover, the new fleet will embark on a parade of motorcade along the Golden Highway which is notorious for fatal vehicle accidents.
Meanwhile, the MEC will also as part of Safer Festive Season, oversee the deployment of community patrollers in various crime hotspots in all Gauteng corridors. The community patrollers are a force multiplier in the fight against crime.

Vision Tactical – 

Private Security Company Vision Tactical has launched its summer safety campaign to encourage people to make good choices and ensure the season is memorable for all the right reasons.

‘Summer Safe’ is a high-visibility strategy which will focus all of our security resources on intensified crime prevention operations, alcohol-related crime, anti-social behaviour and road safety.

Director of Vision Tactical, Yaseen Theba, said that community engagement and education will also be important elements of ‘Summer Safe’, as well as working closely with local law enforcement agencies to reduce risk of harm, injury and death.

“We hope that people are going to take the responsible approach and we remind the community that safety is the primary priority this summer and festive period.”

Theba adds that the easing of restrictions is not a free pass to break the law.

“We know that people are excited to get out and about to catch up with friends and family as further restrictions are eased in the upcoming weeks and months, but that shouldn’t escalate into anti-social behaviour or other alcohol related crime,” Theba said.

“Our goal this summer is to provide the safest environment possible for people to enjoy themselves and ensure we act swiftly against those who choose to behave unlawfully.”

In addition, there will be an increased presence of South African Police Services, Metro Police Department’s and other law enforcement on the main highways, roads and high influx areas.

Theba stated that the people of South Africa have shown they can come together when times are tough, it’s now time for us to show that we will look out for each other during the good times.

More information about community safety, including crime prevention tips, is available on the Vision Tactical Website: www.visiontactical.co.za

Email: comms@visiontactical.co.za