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//KHARAS regional police commander David Indongo has been transferred to Khomas region and will start his new assignment in Windhoek on 1 September.
Indongo replaces Khomas commissioner Ismael Basson, who has been deployed to Omusati region.
The deployment was part of new appointments, transfers and promotions announced by Namibian Police inspector general Sebastian Ndeitunga on Wednesday.
Indongo said he has accepted the deployment and is ready to head crime prevention in Khomas and called for assistance from that community.
“Crime prevention is a serious mission. I hope to provide maximum security for the inhabitants of Khomas by ensuring a crime-free region, though you can never achieve a 100% crime-free state,” said Indongo.
He thanked the inhabitants of //Kharas region for rendering him and the //Kharas police team their unwavering support in investigating and bringing culprits to book, saying without the community the police alone cannot curb crime.
Indongo headed the police in //Kharas region for the past six years.