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Community Clean Up - Saturday 15 July 2017
By: CPF Webmaster  Published On: July 16, 2017
In this cold and wet and muddy Saturday morning we did another Community Clean Up – Coffee-less. Our first stop was Baby drop zone (area by water slide behind PnP). At this spot we cleaned 3 camps and filled the skip (thank you Skipgo). The dilemma now was we only had a trailer left, so we headed to Albany Park. Here 2 sites were cleaned and the trailer nearly filled. Next stop Oakdale Park where regular customers were making a fire which immediately gave away their location. We spent some time there, as our regular stone throwing locals actually asked for Continue Reading
Community Clean Up - Saturday 15 July 2017
By: CPF Webmaster  Published On: July 13, 2017
Saturday we are doing another Clean Up! This is your chance to become informed on the current status of our greenbelts, parks and general area. Join the crew and make a difference!
Table View Police Station would like to issue a warning to the community that robberies are on the increase.
ROBBERY AWARENESS
By: CPF Webmaster   Published On: July 10, 2017
Table View Police Station would like to issue a warning to the community that robberies are on the increase.  In order to reduce this crime, the community is made aware and should take heed of the following: When you are behind the steering wheel of your vehicle, it is against the law to use your hands to hold your cell phone and speaking on it.  Recently, a victim was stationary at a red traffic light on the corners of Gie- and Blaauwberg Road in Table View, when the thief grabbed the cell phone form his hands through the window and ran Continue Reading
On Saturday, 24 June 2017 at the Atlantis Multi Purpose Sports Field, 600 young children between the ages of 10 and 16 were treated to fun activities and entertainment
MILNERTON CLUSTER YOUTH PROJECT - NOISE AGAINST CRIME
By: CPF Webmaster   Published On: June 27, 2017
On Saturday, 24 June 2017 at the Atlantis Multi Purpose Sports Field, 600 young children between the ages of 10 and 16 were treated to fun activities and entertainment when they attended a partnership youth project with the South African Police Service and the Community Police Forum of Milnerton Cluster. The project was a great success, which was measured by feedback received from dignitaries and the youth who attended. The project was managed by Malmesbury Station Commander, Colonel Niels Nilsson, who was assisted by the Cluster Community Police forum Chairperson, Mr Abdul Ganie Tajoodien (affectionately known as Oom T).  They were assisted Continue Reading

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