Map & Constitution

The CGH Neighbourhood Watch has adopted a new Constitution and Code of conduct (2020) for our Neighbourhood Watch.  As a member, it is important that you read and understand this constitution and code of conduct.

Download here:    CGH Constitution and Code Of Conduct 2020

 

Map of our area

  1. Camphersdrift (Incl Botanical Gardens)
  2. Glen Barrie
  3. Heatherlands

Community Police Forum

The Community Policing Forum (CPF) is a community-based body, which gives members of the public and SAPS an opportunity to work together and discuss safety and security matters of mutual concern in their area.

Established by an Act of Parliament

Community Policing Forums were established by an act of Parliament and therefore are recognised as having a strong standing in all communities.

The establishment of CPFs was provided for in section 221(2) of the Constitution and section 19(1) of the South African Police Services (SAPS) Act 68 of 1995.

Objectives

The objectives of CPFs are clearly stated in section 18(1) of the SAPS Act.

The official line also states:

CPFs together with the police should establish and maintain a partnership with the community, promote communication between the police and the community, promote cooperation and ensure that the police fulfil the needs of the community in respect of policing, improve the service of the police to the community, improve transparency and accountability of the SAPS and promote joint problem identification and problem-solving.

George CPF

Our neighbourhood watch area falls under Sector 2 in George.

George North & East: Heatherlands, Bergsig, George East, Loerie Park, Saasveld, Glen Barrie, Denneoord, Glenwood, Kraaibosch, Bo-Dorp, Eden, Samridge, Campherdrift, etc