Twenty-two police officers fresh from Police College will spend an additional two weeks in training before becoming full-fledged traffic officers, the Department of Public Information (DPI) said.Traffic Chief Deon Moore said that the exercise was to bolster discipline and tolerance by traffic ranks as they carry out their duties in public. “We took a decision even though they would have graduated from the college, there is still need for them to have specialised training,” Moore said, according to DPI.The Traffic Chief reiterated that “traffic ranks are not permitted to take away persons documents as a means of using that to get them to go to the station”.This DPI photo shows the traffic ranks with senior police officers (seated)
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