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Brief history of the Police and Policing in England and the United States
Focus on the peculiarities of criminals in the late 1800's and 1900's
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What is Community Policing?
Community Policing is a philosophy that guides police management styles and operational strategies and emphasises the establishment of police-com-
munity partnerships and a problem solving approach responsive to the needs of the community.
By working with members of the community, their needs can be more easily assessed.
This also has a great effect of boosting the police presence on the streets. By doing so, crime can be more easily prevented before it occurs and the more vulnerable members of the community can be protected.

Police precinct is a form of division of a geographical area patrolled by a
police force

Statutory bodies, Police/Policing Forums (CPF's), consisting of members from the community, business leaders and other interests groups are esta-blished.CPF's are characterised as "the voice of the people". They are "vital in crime prevention and crime reduction".
Their roles include "monitoring of police actions to ensure transparency and accountability; mobilising community support in crime detection; improving relationship with the community; engaging in social crime prevention initiatives and preventive actions taken towards drugs and child abuse. Johannesburg Area Commissioner OD Reddy.
Sector policing - a national policy set by the SAPS - also comes into the picture. The purpose is to involve the community in the role of policing, It's a combination of blockwatch and neighbourhood watch, but the police come into the equation.

There are regular meetings to set the agenda for crime prevention and com-munity policing. To this effect, policing is more citizen centred and the needs
of the communities are more effectively fulfilled by the police.


CPF toolkit
This toolkit explains community policing and Community Police Forums, and gives you all the help you need in setting up and running a Community Police
Forum. Department of Community Safety provincial administration, Western Cape. Go here

Koerant misdaad verslae/Newspaper crime reports

Koerant misdaad verslae/
Newspaper crime reports

Wes Kaap
Paarl
Somerset West, Gordon's Bay,
Strand and Stellenbosh
Drakenstein
 Southern Suburbs, Cape Town
Parow, Kuilsrivier, Tijgerhof
Namibia
Sentraal
Bloemfontein
Boland
Saldanha, St.Helenabaai, Velddrif,
Porterville, Vredenburg, Darling,
Langebaan
Stellenbosch, Malmesbury
Worcester
KwaZulu-Natal
Oos Kaap
Uitenhage, Despatch
Kouga
Port Elizabeth
Noordelik
Carletonville/Fochville
Sasolburg, Vanderbijlpark, Meyerton
Potchefstroom
Thabazimbi
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The Community Police Forums - South Africa

CPF's
Sector-1 Hartbeespoort
Sector-2 Broederstroom
Sector-3 Scheerpoort
Sector 1: Fairland;Berario, Valeriedene, Northcliff Ext
Sector 2: Blackheath Ext, Northcliff Ext 4, Blackheath, Northcliff Ext 2, Waterval Estate.
Sector 1:
(Gallo Manor; Khyber Rock; Lonehill
East; Paulshof; Rietfontein; Sunninghill; Woodmead.)
Sector 2:
(Bryanston; Klevehill Park; Petervale;
River Club)
Sector 3:
(Benmore; Dalecross; Duxberry; Little Filian; Moodie Hill; Morningside x40; New Brighton; Parkmore; Sandown; Sandhurst x4; Strathaven; Sunset Acres.)
Sector 4:
(Edenburg; Morningside; Morningside Manor; Rivonia.)
Sector 5:
(Buccleuch; Eastgate; Kelvin; Kramerville; Wendywood; Woodmead.)

CPF's
Randburg CPF
Sandy Andrew 011-577-2638 or 082-433-6085
Boksburg CPF
Granny Selepe 082 973 9042.
Community Policing Forums in
the Western Cape: Albertinia,
Ashton, Gatesville, Belhar,
Bitterfontein, Calitzdorp, Ceres,
and many others ...see list
Neighbourhood Watches in the
Western Cape....see list
Police Stations in the Western
Cape.....see list
Centurion CPF's
Wierdabrug Sector 2



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Somerset West Community
Police Forum

Gordonís Bay:
Sector 1: The area includes Anchorage Park, Winslow, Dobsonville (old Gordonís
Bay), Golf Terraces, Whispering Pines, Harbour Island up to the old harbour. Phone
082 522 2672.
Sector 2: Gordonís Bay includes the rural area from Firlands on the N2, including
farms, smallholdings up to Gustrouw Road, including Temperance Town and Mountainside.
This sector also includes the R44 Coastal Road up to the Rooi Els
bridge. Phone 082 302 5570.
Strand:
Sector 1 stretches from Southfork, Sercor Park, Casablanca, Broadlands Park,
Rusthof, Broadlands Way to Onverwacht. The numbers are: 082 522 1288 or 082 411 2021.
Sector 2: It ranges from Onverwacht, Morkel Cottage, George Park, Voortrekker
Park, Die Bos, Kleinbos Avenue to part of Beach Road up to the Spur. The numbers
to phone are: 082 778 6995 or 082 522 2750
Sector 3: Main Road, Lourensriver Road, the Gants Centre and over the N2 to Van
der Stel. Phone: 082 522 3236 or 082 522 1289.
Somerset West:
Sector 1 : This area includes The Somerset West CBD, Garden Village, Land-en-Zeezicht, Erinvale Estate, World View, La Sandra, Stuartís Hill and all areas inside.
Phone 082 411 2703.
Sector 2 : All areas inside and including Helderzicht, Paardevlei, Somerset Mall, Water-
stone, Victoria Park, Westridge, Pearl Rise, Spanish Farm, Helderberg Estate, BelíAire, Helderberg Village and Helderview should make use of this number:
082 411 2715.
Sector 3: Includes the top part of Van der Stel, Somerset West Business Park,
Somerset Country Estate, Dennegeur, Schapenberg Estate, Somerset Park and
surrounds. Phone 082 411 2036.
Macassar:
Sector 1: This includes the areas­ between Kramat Way up to Albatros Way.
Phone 079 894 1641 or the Sector 1 vehicle on 082 522 2668.
Sector 2 stretches from Albatros Way and includes Denel and Firgrove. Phone
079 894 1483 or the Sector 2 vehicle on 082 522 1734.
The beach area and Sandvlei, including the smallholdings, fall under rural safety.
Phone 082 444 2428.

Helderberg Crime Watch HCW