News: May 2020
HCPF has been busy during the lockdown
People are hungry in Henley on Klip!
Individuals and organisations rally to help
News: March 2020
From the HCPF Chairman
Hopefully by the time you read this, the fireworks will be over and the arrival of 2020 will have been celebrated in full.
You’ve got this!
Not the usual safety tips.
DID YOU KNOW?
Did you know you can join the Henley on Klip CPF family ABSOLUTELY FREE?
Henley on Klip Community Police Forum - EMERGENCY : 081 813 3912
By accepting the invitation and establishing a Community Policing Forum, the community declares this partnership with SAPS and other relevant role players, accepting that they are now effectively taking “charge” of their suburb / township / area / sector, to combat crime and ensure a safe environment for all. – Lt Col (Ret) Philip Malherbe
Objectives can be achieved by:
* Preventative patrols;
* Sector policing (also called neighbourhood policing);
* High-density policing – which should be :
– conducted pro-actively, vigorously and fairly;
– based on clear instructions from police commanders to patrollers;
– planned based on the outcome of crime analyses;
– focused on specific problems within any area;
– implemented based on specific frames;
– developed in collaboration with other relevant role-players;
Purpose of a patroller:
– Send a clear message to criminals that you don’t tolerate crime in your sector;
– Maintain high visibility in your sector;
– Build a reputation as a trustworthy role-player;
– Promote a favourable and trusting image amongst community and other stakeholders;
– Be a competent witness;
I woke up during the night with rain falling on the roof and a sense of pride fills me. Proud to be part of this community of Henley, and of the greater Midvaal. - HCPF Chairman - Marcel Esterhuysen