The National Summit on Police Killings recently held by the Minister of Police was aimed at addressing the high number of attacks and killing of police members. Data released at the time of the national summit indicated that KwaZulu-Natal came a close second with 178 police deaths compared to Gauteng’s 201 for the period 2003 to 2011. Meanwhile, from January to July 2011 alone, 56 police members were killed nationally.
Resolutions of the Summit on Police Killings held on 16 August 2011 at the Albert Luthuli ICC, Durban
We, the delegates of the KZN Summmit on Police Killings, resolve and commit to the following overarching principles in our quest to curb police attacks and killings...
Speech notes for the MEC for Transport, Community Safety and Liaison at the Provincial Summit on Police Killings
We take this opportunity to thank you for having honoured our invitation to this important gathering.
Mchunu angered by police killing in KZN
KZN MEC for Transport, Community Safety and Liaison, Mr. Willies Mchunu is angered by the killing of yet another police officer, Warrant Officer Thokozani Ngcobo (45).
Ngingu-Willies Mchunu, uNgqongqoshe wezokuPhepha nokuXhumana koMphakathi KwaZulu-Natal.