Somerset West CPF Vacant Posts Election

admin Wed, 2016-07-06 11:23

SOMERSET WEST CPF AGM AND ELECTION
The Somerset West Community Police Forum invites all community based organisations (e.g.NGO, NPO, Business, Education, Religious, Political Party, Victim Support, Residents Association, Ratepayers organisations etc) to register and nominate their representatives for the purpose of electing persons to vacant posts on the forum. The posts that need to be filled are that of Secretary, Treasurer, Public Relations Officer and one other non executive member.

Somerset West Promotions

admin Tue, 2015-12-15 10:34

During a recent police parade, Station Commander Colonel Mary Ann Williams congratulated members that were promoted from Constables to Sergeants and some Sergeants to Warrant Officers.
Colonel Williams gave a stern warning that with every rank the responsibilities and the duties increase. She states that she is proud of her members and encouraged them to work hard and give of their best when serving the community in Somerset West.

POLICE RECOVERED R200 000 OF STOLEN PROPERTY - SIX ARRESTED

admin Wed, 2015-12-09 20:09

6 December 2015

Arrests Made Around The Greater Somerset West Area

admin Wed, 2015-12-09 19:25

5 December 2015

Media release by the office of Cluster Standby Duty Officer Colonel Raboliba, Khayelitsha.

KHAYELITSHA CLUSTER REACHES A RECORD TOTAL OF 215 SUSPECTS APPREHENDED IN 7 DAYS

A record total of 215 suspect apprehended in the Khayelitsha cluster in 7 days for various crimes was applauded by the senior duty officer for the week Colonel Raboliba (Station Commander of Harare police).

Among the arrested, two were for house robberies:

A good week for SAPS Somerset West

admin Thu, 2015-11-26 20:50

Media release by the Station Commander Colonel Mary Ann Williams Somerset West.

SOMERSET WEST SAPS ARREST 67 SUSPECTS

A total of 67 suspects were apprehended in random patrols in the Somerset West policing precinct. The arrests occurred  when SAPS members did duties in high risk areas. Nine people were arrested for possession of drugs. Drugs such as dagga, tik and mandrax tablets were confiscated.

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