Weekly Security Update
SafeParks/Parksec Crime Update: 16-23 April 2018 Safeparks/Parksec Crime Update: 16-23 April 2018 Parkhurst, Parktown North and business owners SECURITY TIPS Vet your staff It is crucial that before hiring any temporary staff, each potential employee is vetted. This...read more
SafeParks/Parksec Crime Update - 9-16 April 2018 Safeparks/Parksec Crime Update: 9-16 April 2018 Parkhurst, Parktown North residents and business owners Security Tips/Alerts *Greenside/Parktown North/Parkhurst - flagged as high crime areas for Theft out...read more
Safeparks/Parksec Crime Update: 26 March 2018 Safeparks/Parksec Crime Update:19 - 26 March 2018 Parkhurst, Parktown North residents and business owners Security Alerts *Lookout - white VW Polo Sedan no wheel caps driving in the area looking for opportunities to commit...read more
Safeparks/Parksec Crime Update: 19 March 2018 Craighall Park – CNR Westminster and Jan Smuts – Smash and Grabs Milpark Hospital Paid Parking – increase in Vehicle theft – please be alert if you go there. Emmarentia Botaical Gardens – increase in crime in general...read more
PARKSEC/SAFEPARKS Security Partners
Flying Squad: 10111
Duty Officer: 079-899-4304
Col. Gopane: 071-111-8710
Please call the Station Commander, Col Gopane with only important issues.
Sector Vehicle: 071-675-6060/1
- Constable Makhudu – 071-675-6064
- Sgt Nzama – 071-675-6067
The Parkview Police station serves a large geographical area that includes:
(to the west of Jan Smuts Ave)
Roosevelt Park Ext.
SAPS PARKVIEW divides its policing precinct into Sectors.
What is Sector Policing?
Sector Policing means that a police precinct is divided into smaller, manageable areas (sectors) under the command of an appointed police officer known as the Sector Manager who, in turn, reports to the Sector Commander. Each community and its Sector Manager are active partners in ensuring local safety and security. (With thanks to the Parkview CPF)
Parktown North falls into SECTOR ONE, along with Craighall Park, Dunkeld West and Parkhurst.
Credit: Andrew Cleland Photography