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Joining the Tokai Neighbourhood Crime Watch keeps you in the loop about local issues, such as crime, safety, and community events.
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  • Security teams that watch over us28th October 2021

    On Wednesday morning (27Oct2021) the Tokai Neighbourhood Crime Watch together with SAPS, Premier, BH Security and Fidelity ADT conducted a coordinated patrol in the Tokai area. It was rewarding to witness first hand how these teams have the residents best interest at heart. These guys and girls are out at all hours of the day and night and it was a privilege working with them. It’s never a simple job, there is always humanitarian consideration and there is danger at every turn. The watches of the Constantia Valley have pulled together to fight crime and through coordinated effort it’s making a difference. Thank you to all the teams, front line and support, that watch over us.



  • Logging service requests with the City11th February 2020

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  • 3 Ways to avoid your vehicle being car-jammed16th July 2019

    "The lesson is to consistently check if cars are locked after pressing their remotes before walking away. ‘Stash it, don’t flash it’ is always the best principle – never leave valuables visible to passers-by in vehicles, but rather lock it away.”

    Marius Steyn shares tips on how avoid falling victim to car-jamming:

    1. Better safe than sorry
    When leaving your parked vehicle, always double check that your vehicle is locked by testing the doors after pressing the immobilizer button.

    2. Be prepared
    Make sure you assess all immobiliser devices and security systems on a regular basis. If there are any faults, contact an authorised service provider to fix or replace the faulty system with a recommended device.

    3. Mind your storage
    Always store personal items such as sunglasses, cell phones and even groceries in a locked boot or glove compartment and not where they are visible. This reduces the temptation to steal.
    The rise in car-jamming incidents also signals a caution to policyholders to not only take greater care when they park but to be mindful of their car insurance conditions when it comes to car-jamming.

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  • TEAMWORK PAYS OFF15th September 2018

    Posted on 14th September 2018 by CVWA



    Western Cape: On Thursday 2018-09-13 at about 13:00 Diep River SAPS were tipped off of a white suspicious sedan vehicle with five (5) males inside driving down slowly in Trent Road, Plumstead after reports of an alleged housebreaking and theft that took place nearby in the Plumstead Area.

    With the assistance of local partnerships, Diep River SAPS made an All-Point-Bulletin (APB) and later the vehicle was spotted by a neighborhood watch patroller. Diep River SAPS and Law Enforcement officers then responded and stopped the vehicle on the corners of De Waal Road and M5 Highway, Plumstead.

    Three suspects jumped out of the motor vehicle and fled on foot into nearby properties whilst the driver of the white sedan and passenger drove off in an attempt to evade the police.

    Whilst Law enforcement and local neighborhood watch patrollers searched for the three on foot, Diep River SAPS pursued the vehicle and brought the vehicle to a stop on Racecourse Road, Kenilworth. The two occupants in the vehicle were arrested on scene.

    The other three suspects that jumped out earlier and fled on foot were later found and arrested.

    A total of five (5) suspects, all male, aged from 18 years to 31 years, were arrested and charges of Housebreaking and Theft and Possession of Stolen Property were opened against the suspects.

    This proves just once again, that working together as a team in the fight against crime can achieve outstanding results in squeezing crime to zero. We continue to encourage those who are not yet involved – to become involved. Fighting crime starts with you. Diep River SAPS would like to express their gratitude to those neighborhood watch patrollers, security service providers, and law enforcement agencies that continuously, day-by-day, assist SAPS in endeavors to bring those perpetrators to book. We encourage members of the public to continue to report any and all suspicious activity to SAPS on 08600 10111. END.

    Cst Z.D Marais

    Sector 1 Commander / Corporate Communication & Media Liaison


    Annex: Appreciation also extended to the over 12 full time Law Enforcement officers, tow truck drivers and members from other SAPS stations who assisted. Plus of course the capable controllers in the community control room who assist to coordinate all radio communications and camera activities.

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