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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
  • Newsletter - Sep201815th September 2018

  • TEAMWORK PAYS OFF15th September 2018

    Posted on 14th September 2018 by CVWA
    SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE-CORPORATE COMMUNICATION: DIEP RIVER SAPS

    IMMEDIATE MEDIA RELEASE Friday 14th SEPTEMBER 2018

    TEAMWORK PAYS OFF

    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

    DIEP RIVER SAPS

    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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  • Diep River SAPS27th June 2018


    Posted on 27th June 2018 by CVWA
    SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE-CORPORATE COMMUNICATION: DIEP RIVER SAPS

    IMMEDIATE MEDIA RELEASE – WEDNESDAY 27th JUNE 2018

    Suspect stopped in his tracks

    Western Cape: On Tuesday 26th June 2018 at about 11:30 Diep River SAPS Sector Commanders Constable Yuri Ray and Constable Zak Marais were performing crime prevention duties in Southfield passing by the railway station when they were stopped by a member of the public coming out of the subway.

    The member of the public informed the members that he was just robbed of his backpack in the subway. The members immediately responded after a description of the suspect was given to them and caught the suspect on the other side of the railway station with the complainant’s property returned to him. A knife that was used in the commission of a crime was also removed from the suspect.

    The suspect, 22 years of age, was arrested on scene and charges of Robbery with a weapon other than a firearm was opened. No shots were fired and no injuries.

    In a separate incident, Diep River SAPS Crime Prevention Unit Constable Ashley Adonis, Constable Christine Naidoo and Constable Donovan Katzke were on routine patrol in Dan Pienaar Circle, Plumstead when they came across a male and a female busy stripping wires and breakers for copper. The wires did not appear to be off cuts and the members suspected that it was removed from a building. The two suspects, aged 54 and 33 years old, were subsequently arrested with two large bags full of copper wire. Charges of Possession of Presumed Stolen Goods were opened against them.

    Whilst the members were busy processing the above arrest at Diep River SAPS, a call of housebreaking and theft in progress came over the police radio in Aureole Road, Southfield. The members dropped what they were doing and responded. On arrival the members found a 17 year old teenager outside the premises who explained that there is a suspect inside his house. The members positioned themselves around the premises in Aureole Road, Southfield and found a bedroom glass window broken.

    When the suspect realised the police were on scene, the suspect ultimately tried to escape through the glass kitchen window and was met by Constable Ashley Adonis who apprehended him immediately. The suspect, aged 48 years old, was found with on his possession various items of jewellery allegedly coming from the premises. A docket of housebreaking and theft was opened against the suspect.

    Diep River SAPS management would like to thank the above members for their unselfish time and dedication towards the fight against crime.

    We would also like to thank our community partnerships such as Neighbourhood Watches, Security Service Providers, Law Enforcement Permanent and Auxiliaries, SAPS Reservists and the community as a whole for their continued support. We encourage those who are not involved – to become involved. Crime fighting is not a one way street – its starts with each and every one of us.

    House Robbery

    Western Cape: On Wednesday 27th June 2018 at about 04:25 a house robbery took place in Constantia Main Road, Plumstead. Three unknown coloured males forced the front door open to the premises and threatened the complainant with knives. An undisclosed amount of cash as well as cell phones and a laptop was taken. No shots were fired and no injuries reported on scene. A case of House Robbery was opened.

    Anyone with information pertaining to the above incident can contact Detective Arnold Bosch on 021 710 7356 or Diep River SAPS 021 710 7300 (switchboard).

  • Communication from Kirstenhof SAPS22nd June 2018

    This communication (below) is from our local police station – Kirstenhof and is an overview of a few crime prevention successes in our area over the past few weeks. 

  • Feedback from the TNCW AGM - Need to fill Vacancies!!23rd March 2018

    Many thanks to all the residents that attended the 29th TNCW AGM held on Thursday, 22nd March 2018. Your support is greatly appreciated. I am sure that all that were present will agree that it was a great evening!

    Your TNCW committee for 2018 compromises the following residents;

    Chairman – Ian Basset
    Treasurer – Liz Newdigate
    PR & Communications – Doreen Pears
    Incident Manager – Ria Verhoef
    Website – Graham Tait
    Social Media – Laura Lee Burford
    Zone J Manager – Gabby Athiros

    We are still looking for volunteers to join the TNCW team to fill vacant committee positions.

    It is vital that we fill these positions so to ensure that the TNCW is effective in combating crime.

    As I mentioned at the AGM, if a position is not filled an existing committee can unfortunately not pick up the extra work load. We in the TNCW are basically then not at full strength and will not be 100% effective in trying to combat crime in Tokai. We need to fill these vacant positions please.

    Please consider volunteering for one of these positions.
    - Secretary
    - Operations Manager
    - Street co-ordinators
    - Zone Managers for the following zones;

    • ZONE A
    • ZONE B
    • ZONE C
    • ZONE D
    • ZONE E
    • ZONE F
    • ZONE G
    • ZONE H

    Please consider getting involved with this great bunch of volunteers on the TNCW committee. You will be trained in the role you accept in order to get you up to speed, it is not a daunting experience. Please contact any of the committee members or reply to this email and we will get in contact with you.

    Warm regards
    Ian Basset
    Chairman

Recent Incidents

Theft - Out of/from M/Vehicle or M/cycle 20th September 2018 07:15

Theft - Common 11th September 2018 04:00

Theft - Common 1st September 2018 06:30

Burglary - Residential Premises 16th August 2018 23:45

Theft - Common 16th August 2018 00:40

Events

Wednesday Walk   Date/Time: 26 Sep 2018 @ 17:30

Please join the TNCW for a walk through our leafy suburb on Wednesday evenings.  We meet at Brocker Park at 17h30 and walk approximately 3.5 kilometers around Tokai.

Banking Details of TNCW

Annual TNCW Subscriptions (R220 for year 2018)

Please pay into: Standard Bank Blue Route,
Branch code: 025609
Account no. 076654923

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

Weed Eater

Last seen Van Der Poll Ave on 9th September 2018

Mohair gloves - lost in Tokai lower plantation

Last seen Lower Tokai plantation on 4th July 2018

Lost - Black folding umbrella

Last seen Lower Tokai Plantation on 14th June 2018

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