Hope and Personal Safety (September)
Catch up on what’s happening in your community.
The Henley on Klip Community Policing Forum (HCPF) is having their monthly patrol meeting on Tuesday 10 September 18:30 for 19:00 until +/- 20:00 at O’Connor Hall, 2 Pretorius Street.
You don’t have to be a patroller to be concerned about crime. You’re welcome to attend the monthly CPF meeting at the O’Connor Hall and find out what’s on the go in your area.
This is a monthly get-together where crime statistics, precautions and patrols are discussed. It is usually attended by members of the South African Police Service (SAPS).
Many members of the CPF are not active patrollers, but they have radios to call for assistance in an emergency and access to Telegram awareness groups. Visit: https://www.henley-cpf.co.za
Training / Induction
Family and Personal Safety and Security
Crime Stats & Activities
Victim Empowerment Unit
Security Companies – Crime feedback
And the lucky winner of the pizzas is …
To find out, you’ll have to be on the radio on Tuesday, September 10, the date of the monthly HCPF meeting. If the winner does not respond on radio, the draw will be done again.
It seems Henley on Klip is hungry as there was a measurable increase in the number of radio check-ins in June. A substantial number of HCPF members called in 15 times and made it into the draw for the pizzas.
The good news is that we’re doing it again, but with an extra-special prize.
Everyone who calls in for radio check between 19:30 and 21:00 in the evening 20 times (once per slot) or more in September will make it into the draw and the first entry out of the hat will win an once-off R750 sit-down meal sponsored by 1904 the original Henley.
We’ll tell you on the radio!
All Henleyites are invited to attend. Please RSVP and apologies no later than 9 September at 17:00. Tracey: 083 457 9627 / firstname.lastname@example.org
News: August 2021
In the last two months crime has been relatively quiet in our village.
News: June 2021
Exactly a year ago our reality was hard lockdown.