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Brandfort and Namahadi Police Stations are closed temporarily due to COVID19 Cases

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The police stations in Brandfort and Namahadi are closed temporarily after members tested positive for #COVID19. FREE STATE – The communities served by the Brandfort and Namahadi police stations are advised that the Community Service Centre will temporarily operate as follows:

Brandfort Community Service Centre will operate from a park home next to the Detective offices. For any emergency or enquries the following numbers are to be used, (051)861 8200/01 / 082 466 8404 / 082 466 7497.

Namahadi Community Service Centre will operate from an identified area within the station’s premises. The Station Commander can be contacted at 082 567 5243.

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The buildings will be decontaminated for the duration of the temporary closure and members will be subjected to the necessary COVID-19 related protocols.

The communities will be informed once the stations are operational again.

The Provincial Commissioner of the Free State, Lt Gen Baile Motswenyane and management wish to apologise for any inconvenience caused by these temporary closures.

[NOTICE] The police stations in Brandfort and Namahadi are closed temporarily after members tested positive for #COVID19

FREE STATE The communities served by the Brandfort and Namahadi police stations are advised that the Community Service Centre will temporarily operate as follows:

Brandfort Community Service Centre will operate from a park home next to the Detective offices. For any emergency or enquries the following numbers are to be used, (051)861 8200/01 / 082 466 8404 / 082 466 7497.

Namahadi Community Service Centre will operate from an identified area within the station’s premises. The Station Commander can be contacted at 082 567 5243.

The buildings will be decontaminated for the duration of the temporary closure and members will be subjected to the necessary COVID-19 related protocols.

The communities will be informed once the stations are operational again.

The Provincial Commissioner of the Free State, Lt Gen Baile Motswenyane and management wish to apologise for any inconvenience caused by these temporary closures.


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