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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.
 
As a free service, we can email crime alerts and community news right to your inbox, and you can choose both what to receive and the frequency at which you wish to receive it, so why not join now and keep informed!
 
PLEASE REPORT ALL CRIME TO SAPS - LESS REPORTED INCIDENTS = FEWER RESOURCES.
The more cases that are opened, the more resources are allocated to our stations.
 
News
  • Logging service requests with the City11th February 2020

    Please find the following link to an item we thought might be of interest to you.


    http://cvwa.org.za/logging-service-requests-with-city-ct/

     

  • RECRUITMENT: VOLUNTEER-RESERVIST: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE: WESTERN CAPE: 2019/2020 AND 2020/2021 FINANCIAL YEAR3rd February 2020

    FIND ATTACHED ADVERT FOR NEW RECRUITMENT FOR RESERVISTS. 

    APPLICATIONS CAN BE COLLECTED FROM KIRSTENHOF SAPS BY SGT MULLER. SHE CAN ALSO BE CONTACTED ON 0798914138 FOR MORE INFORMATION.

    PLEASE TAKE NOTE THAT THE CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS IS THE 28TH FEBRUARY 2020


    KIND REGARDS

     

     

    CAPTAIN E.M JONES
    VISPOL COMMANDER : KIRSTENHOF SAPS
    13 POLLSMOOR ROAD
    KIRSTENHOF
    7945
    TEL NO : 021 701 2426
    FAX NO : 021 702 9148
    CELL : 082 469 2941

     


    This e-mail and any attachments thereto are strictly confidential and are intended solely for the use of the addressee. Should you not be the intended addressee, please delete this e-mail message immediately. While care is taken in preparing this document, no representation, warranty or undertaking (expressly or implied) is given and no responsibility nor liability is accepted by the SAPS as to the accuracy of the information contained herein, that the email is free of viruses, or for any damages that may occur from receiving or opening this email.

  • 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.

    To view full article click here - https://www.wheels24.co.za/News/Guides_and_Lists/3-ways-to-avoid-your-vehicle-being-car-jammed-20190716

  • TNCW Office31st May 2019

    TNCW is happy to announce that our office at the library is now open every Wednesday and Friday from 10:00 - 13:00.  

    We are also contactable via telephone Monday to Friday from 09:00 - 13:00 on 082 7552818.

    We are here to serve you, our community, and would love to hear from you. Please feel free to come along with any queries you may have, or to pay your subs, or just to say 'hi' and find out how you can become more involved.

    Our sincere gratitude for the generosity of the residents who made this possible with their kind donations:

    Heidi Marais, our volunteer who will be manning the office on Wednesdays and Fridays.

    Rudi Marais for donating a laptop for the office.

    Lily and Ian Forbes, for donating our office cellphone.

    Steven from Bouw Plumbing for fixing our leak.

    Tokai has such a lovely community.  Thank you, thank you, Thank you!

     

    We are also open on the 1st Saturday of every month from 10:00 - 13:00, so please pop in tomorrow, Saturday 1st June.

     

  • TNCW - CPF Newsletter April 201927th May 2019

     

    Please have a read of a Newsletter from our local CPF doing wonderful work in the area.  If you don't see the Newsletter as an image (below), please click on the 'CPF Newsletter April 2019' link and download the document from our website.

    CPF Newsletter April 2019

     

     

     

     

     

Recent Incidents

Burglary - Residential Premises 30th January 2020 18:30

General Notice 24th January 2020 10:30

Trespassing 22nd January 2020 08:35

Robbery - Business Premises 12th January 2020 02:30

Events
Banking Details of TNCW

Monthly TNCW Subscriptions (R75/R100/R250 for year 2019)

Please pay into: Standard Bank Blue Route,
Branch code: 051001
Account no. 076654923

Please add your Surname, Street Name and Number as a reference.
Lost & Found

Black necklace

Last seen Cornuta Avenue on 28th September 2019

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Last seen Board Walk , TOKAI Forest on 19th March 2019

Colourful parrot in my garden

Last seen Youngs Way on 20th February 2019

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