REKORD CENTURION FRIDAY NOVEMBER 16, 2012
Suzette van Huyssteen
The Centurion Security Forum (CSF) recently held their annual awards function in Lyttelton giving their guests the opportunity to dress in Mafia style. The guests of honour this year were the reservists but many others also received recognition. Members of the police, security companies and Community Police Forums (CPF) received certificates for their hard work and ultimate commitment. Chairperson of the Centurion Security Forum, Heila Calitz, said it was important to recognise those members who went the extra mile for their dedication and loyalty. “It is important for them to have good relationship with the police and community to ensure that we collectively work together and share information as it is critical for all to succeed and to make the task of fighting crime slightly easier. “She added that the community needed to bear in mind that reservists and CPF members had their normal day work but were still prepared to fight crime during their off time, during the night and weekends. “Without these dedicated people we will not be able to win the fight against crime. “Colonel Anil Paladh and Colonel Daniel Phogole were mentioned for their outstanding work during the year and the CSF was proud to be associated with them. “Most of the security companies in Centurion are part of the Centurion Security Forum and assist when requested, but we would like to thank Monitor Net. They received special recognition for outstanding service delivered to the community and the police. “The CSF believes that by working together a real difference can be made in the community.