Coffee with a Cop a success

By Benoni City Times
Original article HERE

The SAPS and the CPF invited zonal district stations, including the provincial head office, on an awareness campaign called Coffee with a Cop recently to engage with the community and interact about issues concerning their services to them at East Rand Mall.

One of the sponsors for the event on the day was the Niren Moodley Charity Foundation (NMFC) based in Rynfield.

NMCF is a non-profit organisation that was officially established in 2017 by CEO of the Posh My Gosh (PMG) Group Kremesh Kino Isaac.

A core aim of NMCF is to assist children and the elderly in South Africa through financial aid and donations, in addition to fund-raising by means of hosting specialised events and workshops.

Isaac, in collaboration with PMG Group COO Waseem Khan, aspire to make a difference whether big or small in communities across the country through means of charity, social attention/advice and kindness.

“When we all come together and start focusing on solutions to the problems we face in the world today, more will be achieved,” said Isaac.

“The initiative has created a reciprocal relationship in terms of partnership policing between police, CPF, stakeholders and communities we service,” said SAPS officer and organiser Dalveena Arikum.

“During the initiative, we also created awareness about gender-based violence and women and children abuse for the 16 Days of Activism for No Violence against Women and Children campaign.

“This will be an ongoing project nationally.

“A huge thank you to our sponsors who made this project happen.

“We are excited about growing Coffee with a Cop,” concluded Arikum.