The call was made by the LRCS Secretary General Kopano Masilo during a two-day capacity building workshop for the members on Tuesday.
According to Mr Masilo, the Red Cross emblem should not be used by anyone else except the humanitarian organisation as it is a neutral insignia that is used during emergencies.
The emblem, he said is only used by Red Cross volunteers who assist those affected or injured during war situations, armed conflicts or natural disasters.
He therefore appealed to the law enforcement agencies to ensure that the emblem is used appropriately.
The Red Cross was founded in 1859 in Switzerland by Henry Dunant who wrote a book called ‘The Memory of Solverino'.
The book is based on atrocities Mr Dunant witnessed during the Battle of Solverino in 1859 between Austrians and the French.