Posted by Juanre Le Roux on February 13, 2014 at 13:54
We as residents of the Lyttelton Sector 3 area and also members of the LS3CPF (Police forum) would like to thank all the people for their commitment and support during the crisis that took place nearby Gem Village on 10 February 2014. This happening revealed to us how caring and concerned our people in this area really are.
What a comfort it was, when we arrived at the scene on Monday evening, to see all these people willing, to come and help or support, in any way there was a need. People from the Village arrange coffee for the family and the Patrols were standing ready to move as soon as the word dropped. Generators and lights were trying to push the darkness aside and even old familiar faces pitched up to come and help. The number of helpers rose to about 250 people.…Continue
Posted by Lyttelton Sector 3 CPF on February 12, 2014 at 10:30
Due to the resignation of our current chairperson we need to nominate a new Chairman of the Lyttelton SAPS Sector 3 Community Police Forum, before our next residents meetings. Which will also be our AGM.
Nomination forms are available at the JOC and completed forms have to be placed in the appropriate box at the JOC or by mail to email@example.com. The closing date for nominations will be 17:00 on Monday, 03 March 2014.
Duties of the office bearers is available from the Secretary on request.
The nomination form can also downloaded by clicking on the following link:
Posted by Lyttelton Sector 3 CPF on February 2, 2014 at 13:30
As for 2013, a word of thanks to everyone that took hands with our Community Police Forum in sector 3. We made a big difference against crime in 2013.
We as LS3CPF management wish you and your families and loved ones a very prosperous 2014.
It is a pleasure being part of this community. We look forward working together to make our community an even better place to work and stay in 2014!
Posted by Lyttelton Sector 3 CPF on December 31, 2013 at 17:09
Message from the Centurion Security Forum:
Some of you might have already received this email, but I forwarded it to our database for those members that have not received it yet.
Congratulations to Kobus Blom, our Operational Director, Protea Coin and SAPS Dog Unit for arresting these two criminals yesterday.
Well done guys.
DRUG DEALERS ARRESTED ON THE 14TH OF NOVEMBER 2013
In conjunction with our security provider Protea Coin Group and the South African Police Dog Unit, we received valuable information yesterday and were able to arrest two drug dealers at Centurion Golf Estate. Find below, for your information a photo of the vehicle (Black Citroen with Registration number SGX 803 GP) which they were driving. Also a photo of both…
Posted by Lyttelton Sector 3 CPF on November 15, 2013 at 11:25
Why do we keep asking YOU to get involved?
As a CPF (Community Police Forum), our main task is to establish and maintain a safe and secure environment where households, businesses and communities enjoy a high quality of life because they live, work and travel in a law-governed society free from fear, violence and crime.
Community Policing is a policy and strategy aimed at achieving more effective crime control, reduce fears of crime, improved quality of life, improved police service and police legitimacy, through a proactive reliance on community resources that seeks to change crime causing conditions. It allows the police and the community to work closely together to solve problems and fear of crime, physical and social disorder and…Continue
Posted by Lyttelton Sector 3 CPF on November 12, 2013 at 8:00
Insident – 6 November 2013
Van my kant af sommer net ‘n groot dankie vir elkeen wat gisteraand betrokke was by die insident.
Die rede hoekom ons patrollie voertuie op die pad moet he is net weereens beklemtoon gisteraand.
Deur voertuie en opgeleide patrollielede op die pad te he beteken ons is pro-aktief en dit maak die reaksie-tyd na ‘n insident net soveel vinniger.
Gisteraand het daar het ‘n boodskap deurgekom van ‘n persoon wat weggeloop het, moontlik depresief is en ‘n gevaar vir homself inhou. Van ons patrolliemanne het die aangeduide area gepatrolleer en op die persoon afgekom waar hy homself aan ‘n straat-naambord se paal ophang het.
Die patrolliemanne het hom opgelig, van die tou / band…Continue
Posted by Lyttelton Sector 3 CPF on November 7, 2013 at 12:23
Please familiarise yourself with the suggested protocol, it could safe life’s!
Formal "Blue Light" Protocol for motorists developed by JPSA and RTMC
03 November 2013 | Road Safety Highlights
Posted by Lyttelton Sector 3 CPF on November 6, 2013 at 12:19
Op 29 Oktober is my skoonsus, haar man en haar broer in Mustangweg deur drie bravo mans met vuurwapens aangehou en beroof.
Ek het die JOC geskakel en daarvan in kennis gestel.
Die volgende dag het ek gehoor dat die polisie, saam met verskeie lede van die CPF en selfs 'n berader by hulle huis opgedaag het om te help.
Ek wil net baie dankie sê vir wat julle doen en julle laat weet dat ons almal baie beindruk is met die reaksie.
Hou so aan!
Posted by Willem Rossouw on October 31, 2013 at 10:11