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SOME police officers in Johannesburg are too corrupt to think of anything else when they wake up.
This is the view of new police commissioner in charge of the Johannesburg central cluster, Commander Michael Mohlala.
Two newly appointed police commissioners - Mohlala and Deliwe de Lange - have vowed they will not tolerate corrupt officers in their midst.
Mohlala said: "I know that there is corruption among the police where I am going (Johannesburg).
"I am going to a place where police officers wake up and think about corruption.
"But, I am committed and I will deal with that."
Commissioners Mohlala and De Lange told Sowetan that they were aiming to instil back the faith of the community in the police.
De Lange will be heading the Vaal Rand.
Mohlala and De Lange said they took their promotions as a challenge in their careers.
"Being a police officer is a calling and one should respect that. People must respect and love working hand in hand with the police in their area," said Mohlala.
The two said the only way to fight crime was to begin with identifying corrupt officers.
The commissioners said they would work closely with the public and various police units to combat crime.