The Table View Community Police Forum (CPF) is the body that links SAPS and the community. This is our monthly newsletter .
From the Executive Committee
CRIME AWARENESS AT BAYSIDE MALL IN TABLE VIEW
On Monday, 17 July 2017 Table View Police Station in partnership with Table View Neighbourhood Watch held a crime awareness project at Bayside Mall in Table View.
The display included various pamphlets on crime awareness about drugs, domestic violence, sexual offences, theft, theft out of motor vehicle, fraud, bullying, robberies and so forth. As part of the Customer is King project, which is a national project aimed at assessing the service from the police to the community, Table View Neighbourhood Watch assisted the community by completing the forms when they visited the display.
This crime awareness drive educated the community about the prevention of crimes affecting our communities, especially our youth.
|Member Organisations are cordially invited to attend the TVCPF plenary meeting which is held every second month. This will be held on the 12th September at 18h30 in the Tableview SAPS Boardroom.|
Above is a photograph of Captain Adriana Chandler from Table View police station and 13 year old Mohammed Cassim of Bloubergstrand, receiving information about tik, bullying and drugs.
Quote of the Month”
“Ask yourself if what you’re doing today will get you closer to where you want to be tomorrow.”
Crime in our hood
|ARRESTS FOR JUNE 2017|
|ASSAULT COMMON||4||NUISANCE ACT||2|
|assault with the intent to cause grievous bodily harm||8||POSESSION OF HOUSEBREAKING IMPLEMENTS||1|
|ATTEMPTED HOUSEBREAKING||2||possession of dangerous weapons||10|
|ATTEMPTED ROBBERY||3||possession of illegal substance||63|
|ATTEMPTED THEFT FROM MOTOR VEHICLE||1||possession of presumably stolen property||9|
|COMMON ROBBERY||1||RECKLESS AND NEGLIGENT DRIVING||2|
|DEALING IN DRUGS||1||REFUGEES ACT||1|
|dealing in liquor||5||riotous behaviour||1|
|driving under the influence of liquor||13||SEXUAL ASSAULT||2|
|drunk in public||32||shoplifting||27|
|HOUSE ROBBERY||2||THEFT OUT OF MOTOR VEHICLE||3|
|HOUSEBREAKING||14||THEFT UNDER FALSE PRETENCES||1|
|MALICIOUS DAMAGE TO PROPERTY||1||warrant of arrest||21|
MEDIA RELEASE: ROBBERY AWARENESS
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 speak 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 from his hands through the window and ran away. This occurred before 09:00 in the morning. Hot-spot areas with similar crime have been communicated via various mediums previously.
Refrain from talking on your cellular phone whilst walking in public, many victims have been threatened with dangerous weapons, and their cell phones taken from them by force.
Please warn your family, friends and neighbours.Should you be aware of any crimes being committed in your neighbourhood, contact Crime Stop on 08600 10111, or your local police station.
Project – Trolley Treasure Recovery
|TROLLEY REGISTRY||MONTHLY COLLECTIONS|
Project – Community Clean Up Support
Thanks to PNW, TVNW, Law Enforcement (Kurt Brice) , community members, CPF, Table View Angels and our wonderful Councillor , Nicky Rheeder for all joining together and making a difference. Well done guys and a massive thanks to mike and Gareth Simpson from SKIPGO for always assisting us with their skips.
July saw the return of some serial offenders who have been responsible for over 100 tags. COCT graffiti unit were quick to remove these new additions. TVCPF in conjunction with Melkbos ratepayers and Councillors are investigating the identity of these repeat perpetrators and any information in this regard will be welcomed.
Member Organisation News
Tableview Neighbourhood Watch Chairman Grant Lemos, TVCPF Chairman David Harris and Sector 3 Commander Warrant Officer Prins, on the occasion of the TVNW receiving their official accreditation from the Department of Community Safety
TVCPF and TVNW Mandela Day Drive received a donation of non-perishable food items valued at over R13,000 from the TVCPF Member Organisation Western Cape Cantonese Association. Our sincere thanks for their contribution
A bit of humour