JMPD Handing over Parade

The Executive Mayor of Johannesburg,Clr Parks Tau will officiate the ranking insignia to new Chief of Police, Zwelibanzi Nyanda on Friday 13 September.
The newly appointed Chief of Police will be taking over from the former Chief of Police, Mr Chris Ngcobo, who headed the JMPD for more than decade.

The purpose of the handing over parade in the form of ceremonial function from the previous chief to the newly appointed Chief of Police is to honour and follow the SAPS terms of military protocol as this law also applies to the JMPD as the City’s Law-enforcement agency.

The Chief of Police Zwelibanzi Nyanda, with his experience and knowledge of military background from South African Defence force, will capacitate the JMPD to be a more effective and committed organization to ensure safety of the people who resides within the boundaries of Johannesburg.

Currently the JMPD, as the CoJ’s entity is currently working on the issue of implementing a sustainable strategy to improve enforcement and visibility to ensure the safety of its stakeholders within the city. The department is still working on the process of consultation its different stakeholders to engage them during this Operational Review Cycle project which purpose is to transform into a clean and free zone city to all people living in it.

On Friday, dignitaries will include, Member of Mayoral Committee for Public Safety, Clr Sello Lemao, City Manager Mr Trevor Fowles, and his Executive Managing Directors and councilors , Provincial Commissioner and his regional commissioners. Two Metropolitan Police Chiefs from Ekurhuleni and Tshwane are expected to attend the ceremony to witness the inauguration of the JMPD’s new Chief of Police.
The JMPD will partner with the following sponsors: Clinix, Avis, Grafitti and SAB to make sure that the event is asuccess058.

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