These are the Knysna Traffic & Local Law Enforcement reports for January and February 2017: JANUARY R1,777,766 Speeding Fines paid R261,071 Vehicle Licensing R244,914 Other Section Revenue (fines?) 129 Road Accidents Logged 23,892 Number of Speeding Tickets Issued 2 Complaints Baboons/Monkeys 16 Other animal complaints e.g. pigs 3 Homeless People Complaints FEBRUARY R1,809,825 Speeding Fines paid R248,734 Vehicle Licensing R238,293 Other Section Revenue (fines?) 116 Road Accidents Logged 14,938 Number of Speeding Tickets Issued 4 Complaints Baboons/Monkeys 17 Other animal complaints e.g. pigs 2 Homeless People Complaints'Click here to read full article...'
Knysna Municipality has promised a “Back to Basics approach for Traffic and Law enforcement”. My long impression of several of our local law officers is that they are friendly, likely to wave or say hello. I sometimes receive complaints about Traffic but since i don’t own a car, most of my encounters are restricted to traffic controllers of whom i’m a big fan. There is certainly need for some to be healthier, able to walk the streets, but the Knysna Municipality’s press release doesn’t mention increasing foot patrols, something that citizens want the most. PRIDE, INTEGRITY, HONESTY, RESPECT & DIGNITY … ‘Click here to read full article…’