• Jeffreys Bay
    Anti crime march in St Francis Bay

    10 August 2015 The Community Police Forum in St Francis Bay will hold a Peace Parade to demonstrate their support for strong policing in the area and to enable the people of Sea Vista to unite against criminals operating in the community. Mr Peel Leen has invited various organisations to support the march including sports […]

  • Community Police Forum (CPF)

    What is the Community Police Forum? The Community Police Forum (CPF) is a legislated body.  It operates under the Police Act of 1995 which says that each police station in South Africa must have a CPF. The role of the CPF is to be the conduit between the community and the Police.  As such the […]

  • Jeffreys Bay
    More crime over the weekend in JBay

    Housebreakings continued in Wavecrest over the weekend with a house in Tamarisk Street in Wavecrest being targeted. The thieves gained access to the house at 2.30 am on Saturday morning by neatly removing a pane of glass from a window frame. Luckily the resident, who was in the house at the time, had set the […]

  • Jeffreys Bay
    200 % increase in Jeffreys Bay house robberies

    The Jeffreys Bay crime statistics for the past three months were released at a poorly attended Community Police Forum (CPF) meeting last night. The local Police are only allowed to release percentage increases or decreases for the various crime categories, which was once again slammed by the members of the public who attended the meeting. […]

  • Don't phone 10111

    The Jeffreys Bay Police warned Jeffreys Bay residents who attended the Community Police Forum (CPF) meeting last night that the 10111 number is not working at the moment. A cell phone has been donated to the Police and residents can phone the following number when trying to contact the Police Station: 079 122 8790. The […]

  • Community Police Forum meeting tonight at Police Station

    All organisations and individual residents are invited to a meeting of the Community Police Forum (CPF) at the Jeffreys Bay Police Station at 6 pm tonight. The CPF is the link between the community and the local Police Force. Residents can find out about crime patterns in the town and measures the Police are taking […]

  • Join the CPF December road block

    December  is approaching fast and this means thousands of holidaymakers are getting ready to  descend on Jeffreys Bay. This is good news for the local economy which has struggled to survive through one of the toughest years ever in the history of the town. December also brings its challenges for the Law Enforcement agencies as […]

  • New CPF executive to be elected

    INVITATION TO SUBMIT TWO NOMINEES TO BE ELECTED ONTO THE JEFFREYS BAY COMMUNITY POLICE FORUM EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE The Community Police Forum of Jeffreys Bay will be holding an Annual General meeting in order to elect a new Executive Board, who will be representing the community in the fight against crime. Please take note that your […]

  • Guest house broken into again

    An upmarket Wavecrest guest house was broken into in the early hours of Thursday morning. Nobody was harmed during the incident. At 3 am the owner of the guest house heard movement but thought it could possibly be guests. “I did have a bad feeling about it though as we were broken into last week […]

  • Community Police Forum meeting tonight at Police Station

    The CPF will be holding its monthly general meeting at the Jeffreys Bay Police Station tonight at 6 pm. All organizations and individuals are invited to attend. At the meeting the Police officers in charge of each suburb will be a break down of what crimes occurred during the past month in their respective neighbourhood. […]

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