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Welcome to the website of the Westville Community Police Forum (WCPF)

THE NEXT Westville CPF Public Meeting  will be on
Tuesday 21st June 2016 at the Westville Country Club

 18h15 for 18h30

Highly recommended that Westville residents, business owners, their employees and visitors to Westville attend.


Try Recent Updates for the latest news etc. Last updated - 20  May 2016

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Table of contents
Missing persons

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Please note there is a less cumbersome site at http://wcpf.blogspot.co.za/. This new site provides the basic information most people might prefer!

Our Speaker for 17th May 2016 is as follows - TBA

Other topics that deal with crime prevention initiatives that continue to grow in effectiveness will be on the agenda.

If you reside, work, own a business or home, are visiting Westville or just interested in crime prevention you will benefit from attending.

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1. Please try to attend some public meetings or accept that you could be contributing, in part, towards the local crime problem!

2. Report crime and suspicious incidents in Westville to either 10111 or direct to Westville SAPS 031 267 7340. Unreported crime reduces our SAPS numbers!

Advance Notice
The Westville Community Police Forum is currently working with the Provincial Department of Community Safety and Liaison to create a new updated constitution for Westville that should be ratified early in the new year. Once this is finalised the date for the next AGM will be announced.  Procrastination takes time!

1. Why do people react to crime only when they become a victim or happen to be close to a tragic event or simply wait till they become a victim? Being proactive by mitigating ones risk profile is not the norm. A reactive response having been a victim is a very dangerous response.

2. Due to the established fact that well planned Neighbourhood Watches (NHW) help reduce crime Westville CPF provides assistance to enable a NHW to be created with a coordinated and efficient format. Contact Sgt. Steve Clark at Westville SAPS during working hours (m: 082 301 4163) to discuss options available.

3. Whilst the new website is being finalised the Westville C P F and some associated Neighbourhood Watches (NHW) have Facebook Pages where news, editorials etc. can be found. .

          For additional related news       
Quote of the month:
Westville Community Profile 2009 as at 14th December 2009 (Waiting for STATS SA update)
CPF Structure
Sector Policing
Policing Sectors
WESTVILLE CPF Committee Members
Westville SAPS - Westville CPF - Westville Community Relationship
Financial Reports
Past Monthly Public Meetings
Structure of Westville SAPS - an insight to the services offered and the structure of the Westville SAPS.
SAPF Rank and insignia
How to become an SAPS reservist - a fulfilling experience.
Recent Guest Speakers

Cop Humour - There is a lighter side

Weekly Stats Report: 9 May 2016  - 15 May 2016
Project: Westville Community Police Forum
URL: http://www.westbeat.org.za

  Mon Tues Wed Thur Fri Sat Sun Total Avg
Pageloads 27 28 18 22 12 22 24 153 22
Unique Visits 18 21 17 14 12 17 20 119 17
First Time Visits 17 17 14 13 12 13 18 104 15
Returning Visits 1 4 3 1 0 4 2 15 2