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Promising Results from Buzzer

During the first three months in which the GPNW and Avenue Response have supported the Buzzer security app in the Atlantic Seaboard area Buzzer has shown promising results. Over 600 people are using Buzzer in the Green Point, Three Anchor Bay and Mouille Point areas (Sector 1) and we understand that there are nearly 2,000

2023-02-24T21:02:10+02:00October 27th, 2020|News|

GPNW Sends Letter to City Expressing Concern about Illegal Structures

The GPNW recently sent a letter to Interim Ward Councilor Matthew Kempthorne and to Mr. Wayne Aldridge of the City of Cape Town expressing concerns about the growing number of illegal structures that are appearing near the Pinocchio Creche and opposite the SAPS Station on Bill Peters Drive. There has been an increase in muggings

2023-02-24T21:02:10+02:00October 26th, 2020|News|

2020 A Period of Growth for GPNW

The six months from April to September saw membership in the GPNW grow by 57. “The EXCO that took over in March identified the need to grow membership and to increase member engagement and participation as our important priorities for 2020” Peter Flentov, the GPNW Chair, explained. Mr. Flentov went on to say: “It gratifying

2023-02-24T21:02:10+02:00October 26th, 2020|News|

Crime Update – A Perfect Storm

The transition to Level 3 has resulted in an alarming increase in incidents of crime in the area, especially in muggings. While we had anticipated an increase in criminal activity as the country eases the Lockdown restrictions, this occurred sooner than we had expected. There have been a number of cases where residents were victims

2023-02-24T21:02:10+02:00June 16th, 2020|News|

Crime Decreases During Lockdown – What Comes Next?

Not surprisingly the hard Lockdown instituted in March had a positive impact on crime in the Atlantic Seaboard area. With many people working from home and significant restrictions on being outside the opportunity for opportunist crime has been greatly reduced. While official figures are not available, it appears that the reduction in crime in the

2023-02-24T21:02:10+02:00May 23rd, 2020|News|


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