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Groenewald, Mr HB to ask the Minister of Police

With regard to each (a) province and (b) police precinct, (i)(aa) what number of patrol vehicles are in service and (bb) what is the shortage of patrol vehicles, (ii) what is the size of the area, in square kilometres, of each specified precinct and (iii) how many hours were spent patrolling (aaa) in the (aaaa) 2015-16 and (bbbb) 2016-17 financial years and (bbb) since 1 April 2017 in each case?

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The table below contains the answers referring to the questions above.

(a) Mpumalanga

(aaaa) 2015/2016

(bbbb) 2016/2017

(bbb) April 2017 to date

(b)

Police Precinct

(i)(aa) Patrol Vehicles in Service

(i)(bb) Shortages

(ii)

Area Size

(iii)(aaa)

Hours

patrolling

(i)(aa)

Patrol Vehicles in Service

(i)(bb) Shortages

(ii)

Area Size

(iii)(aaa) Hours patrolling

(i)(aa)

Patrol Vehicles in Service

(i)(bb) Shortages

(ii)

Area Size

(iii)(aaa)

Hours

patrolling

Acornhoek

11

-13

351

24Hrs

11

-7

351

24Hrs

12

-7

351

24

Amersfoort

9

-7

1810

24Hrs

12

-1

1810

24Hrs

10

-2

1810

24

Amsterdam

5

-7

1228

24Hrs

5

-5

1228

24Hrs

5

-5

1228

24

Badplaas

8

-1

1205

24Hrs

7

-1

1205

24Hrs

5

-4

1205

24

Balfour

12

-4

654

24Hrs

12

-2

654

24Hrs

11

-2

654

24

Barberton

10

-7

1576

24Hrs

10

-4

1576

24Hrs

9

-4

1576

24

Belfast

9

-5

1340

24Hrs

8

-3

1340

24Hrs

9

-2

1340

24

Bethal

8

-5

1492

24Hrs

7

-5

1492

24Hrs

6

-6

1492

24

Blinkpan

6

-3

1040

24Hrs

5

-4

1040

24Hrs

5

-4

1040

24

Breyten

5

-4

842

24Hrs

5

-3

842

24Hrs

5

-3

842

24

Bushbuckridge

13

-9

271

24Hrs

13

-5

271

24Hrs

12

-6

271

24

Calcutta

16

-12

460

24Hrs

14

-11

460

24Hrs

14

-11

460

24

Carolina

8

-5

3309

24Hrs

9

-3

3309

24Hrs

8

-5

3309

24

Charl Cilliers

5

-4

842

24Hrs

5

-1

842

24Hrs

5

-1

842

24

Chrissiesmeer

6

-6

1061

24hrs

6

-1

1061

24hrs

3

-4

1061

24

Davel

6

-4

498

24

5

-1

498

24

5

-1

498

24

Delmas

13

-6

917

24

12

-4

917

24

9

-9

917

24

Dientjie

8

-2

535

24

5

-3

535

24

5

-3

535

24

Dirkiesdorp

7

-7

1143

24

7

-5

1143

24

7

-5

1143

24

Dullstroom

7

-4

994

24

7

-2

994

24

7

-2

994

24

Ekulindeni

5

-4

463

24

6

-1

463

24

5

-2

463

24

Elukwatini

13

-8

336

24

13

-4

336

24

11

-6

336

24

Embalenhle

8

-9

29

24

10

-4

29

24

10

-4

29

24

Emzinoni

7

-3

11

24

6

-1

11

24

6

-2

11

24

Ermelo

16

-11

1993

24

15

-12

1993

24

15

-11

1993

24

Evander

8

-5

131

24

7

-3

131

24

7

-3

131

24

Fernie

7

-6

110

24

8

0

110

24

6

-2

110

24

Graskop

9

-3

638

24

10

-1

638

24

9

-2

638

24

Greylingstad

6

-4

874

24

8

0

874

24

7

-1

874

24

Grootvlei

5

-4

874

24

5

-3

874

24

5

-3

874

24

Hartebeeskop

6

-3

156

24

4

-1

156

24

4

-1

156

24

Hazyview

13

-6

441

24

11

-3

441

24

11

-3

441

24

Hendrina

10

-9

960

24

11

-3

960

24

10

-3

960

24

Kaapmuiden

7

-3

210

24

6

-3

210

24

6

-3

210

24

Kabokweni

24

-1

297

24

22

2

297

24

20

0

297

24

Kanyamazane

11

-6

46

24

10

-6

46

24

10

-6

46

24

Kinross

6

-2

84

24

5

-1

84

24

4

-2

84

24

Komatipoort

11

-3

932

24

11

-2

932

24

8

-5

932

24

Kriel

11

-2

719

24

8

-1

719

24

8

-2

719

24

Kwaggafontein

9

-12

353

24

10

-6

353

24

9

-7

353

24

Kwamhlanga

10

-14

497

24

10

-10

497

24

8

-11

497

24

Leslie

7

-7

905

24

5

-5

905

24

5

-5

905

24

Lothair

6

-4

830

24

6

-2

830

24

6

-2

830

24

(b)

Police Precinct

(i)(aa) Patrol Vehicles in Service

(i)(bb) Shortages

(ii)

Area Size

(iii)(aaa)

Hours

patrolling

(i)(aa)

Patrol Vehicles in Service

(i)(bb) Shortages

(ii)

Area Size

(iii)(aaa) Hours patrolling

(i)(aa)

Patrol Vehicles in Service

(i)(bb) Shortages

(ii)

Area Size

(iii)(aaa)

Hours

patrolling

Lows Creek

8

-3

430

24

8

-3

430

24

8

-1

430

24

Lydenburg

11

-10

1997

24

11

-12

1997

24

10

-13

1997

24

Maartenshoop

6

-1

5

24

     

24

-3

4

-4

24

Machadodorp

6

-3

995

24

6

-2

995

24

5

-3

995

24

Mahamba

5

-6

459

24

6

-1

459

24

5

-3

459

24

Malelane

12

-4

602

24

10

-3

602

24

9

-4

602

24

Masoyi

13

-3

100

24

12

-3

100

24

12

-2

100

24

Matsulu

8

-2

1454

24

9

-1

1454

24

10

0

1454

24

Mayflower

8

-1

250

24

7

-1

250

24

7

-3

250

24

Mbuzini

7

-5

250

24

9

-2

250

24

8

-5

250

24

Mhala

13

-11

1464

24

13

-6

1464

24

11

-8

1464

24

Mhluzi

11

-7

165

24

12

-5

165

24

12

-4

165

24

Middelburg

15

-10

2805

24

17

-5

2805

24

17

-4

2805

24

Mmametlake

5

-9

960

24

7

-5

960

24

6

-6

960

24

Morgenzon

4

-5

1086

24

5

-2

1086

24

4

-3

1086

24

Nelspruit

21

-13

1244

24

19

-3

1244

24

18

-4

1244

24

Ngodwana

6

-3

851

24

6

-2

851

24

6

-2

851

24

Ogies

10

-8

681

24

16

4

681

24

6

0

681

24

Perdekop

5

-3

1186

24

5

-1

1186

24

5

0

1186

24

Phola

7

-6

302

24

7

-6

302

24

7

-6

302

24

Pienaar

19

-3

232

24

14

-4

232

24

16

-2

232

24

Piet Retief

11

-12

2710

24

12

-4

2710

24

9

-12

2710

24

Pilgrims Rest

5

-4

504

24

5

-2

504

24

3

-4

504

24

Sabie

10

-4

852

24

9

-3

852

24

9

-3

852

24

Sakhile

8

-4

5

24

8

-1

5

24

8

-1

5

24

Schoemansdal

9

-7

285

24

10

-2

285

24

10

-2

285

24

Secunda

12

-4

164

24

10

-4

164

24

11

-1

164

24

Sheepmoor

7

0

958

24

6

-1

958

24

4

-3

958

24

Siyabuswa

12

-19

229

24

15

-11

229

24

13

-12

229

24

Skukuza

7

-2

5238

24

7

-3

5238

24

7

-2

5238

24

Standerton

10

-7

1842

24

11

-1

1842

24

11

-1

1842

24

Sundra

6

-2

213

24

7

-1

213

24

3

-5

213

24

Tonga

18

-10

849

24

20

-6

849

24

16

-10

849

24

Trichardt

4

-5

372

24

5

-2

372

24

4

-3

372

24

Tweefontein

9

-10

108

24

11

-4

108

24

9

-6

108

24

Vaalbank

8

-8

850

24

9

-5

850

24

6

-8

850

24

Val

3

-4

862

24

3

-3

862

24

3

-4

862

24

Verena

5

-7

928

24

5

-3

928

24

4

-4

928

24

Volksrust

9

-4

1324

24

10

-5

1324

24

9

-6

1324

24

Vosman

17

-13

936

24

18

-7

936

24

15

-10

936

24

Wakkerstroom

7

-3

928

24

8

-1

928

24

6

-3

928

24

Waterval Boven

8

2

978

24

7

1

978

24

5

-1

978

24

Witbank

20

-14

610

24

19

-10

610

24

19

-9

610

24

Witrivier

9

-9

537

24

10

-3

537

24

11

-4

537

24

(a) KwaZulu-Natal

(aaaa) 2015/2016

(bbbb) 2016/2017

(bbb) April 2017 to date

(b)

Police Precinct

(i)(aa) Patrol Vehicles in Service

(i)(bb) Shortages

(ii)

Area Size

(iii)(aaa)

Hours

patrolling

(i)(aa)

Patrol Vehicles in Service

(i)(bb) Shortages

(ii)

Area Size

(iii)(aaa) Hours patrolling

(i)(aa)

Patrol Vehicles in Service

(i)(bb) Shortages

(ii)

Area Size

(iii)(aaa)

Hours

patrolling

Alexandra Road

20

0

98

24

16

-2

98

24

16

-1

98

24

Amangwe

7

-5

217

24

7

-2

217

24

7

-2

217

24

Amanzimtoti

16

-7

105

24

15

-6

105

24

15

-7

105

24

Babanango

10

-1

1293

24

9

-1

1293

24

9

-1

1293

24

Bayview

10

-5

12

24

9

-5

12

24

8

-5

12

24

Bellair

14

0

14

24

14

0

14

24

14

0

14

24

Berea

20

0

7

24

19

0

7

24

19

0

7

24

Bergville

11

-4

1666

24

11

0

1666

24

11

0

1666

24

Besters

7

-2

639

24

4

-4

639

24

4

-4

639

24

Bhekithemba

12

-9

55

24

12

-5

55

24

12

-5

55

24

Bishopstowe

9

-2

138

24

8

-2

138

24

8

-2

138

24

Boston

11

0

434

24

10

0

434

24

10

0

434

24

Brighton Beach

13

-7

23

24

13

-2

23

24

13

-3

23

24

Bulwer

10

-6

898

24

9

-4

898

24

9

-2

898

24

Camperdown

8

-8

368

24

8

-7

368

24

8

-4

368

24

Ceza

12

0

234

24

12

0

234

24

12

0

234

24

Charlestown

9

-2

435

24

8

-2

435

24

7

-2

435

24

Chatsworth

22

-9

37

24

25

-2

37

24

22

-7

37

24

Colenso

7

-2

574

24

6

-1

574

24

7

-1

574

24

Cramond

8

-4

329

24

9

-2

329

24

9

-2

329

24

Creighton

7

-5

295

24

7

-3

295

24

7

0

295

24

Dalton

7

-4

356

24

5

-5

356

24

5

0

356

24

Dannhauser

8

-10

939

24

8

-9

939

24

8

-6

939

24

Donnybrook

8

-2

479

24

8

-1

479

24

8

-1

479

24

Dududu

8

-2

299

24

8

0

299

24

7

0

299

24

Dundee

18

-2

835

24

18

0

835

24

17

0

835

24

Durban Central

82

0

12

24

75

0

12

24

70

0

12

24

Durban North

14

-9

42

24

16

-4

42

24

15

-4

42

24

Ekombe

11

-7

1033

24

13

0

1033

24

10

-4

1033

24

Ekuvukeni

12

-2

282

24

11

-1

282

24

11

-3

282

24

Elandslaagte

7

-3

1199

24

7

0

1199

24

7

0

1199

24

Emanguzi

10

-6

2394

24

11

-2

2394

24

16

0

2394

24

Ematimatolo

9

0

271

24

7

-1

271

24

7

-1

271

24

Ematsheni

10

0

236

24

10

0

236

24

10

0

236

24

Empangeni

16

-22

581

24

23

-10

581

24

21

-14

581

24

Eshowe

11

-13

862

24

12

-11

862

24

13

-11

862

24

Esikhaleni

16

-2

163

24

14

-2

163

24

12

-3

163

24

Estcourt

14

-3

945

24

14

-1

945

24

12

-3

945

24

Evatt

7

0

619

24

6

0

619

24

6

0

619

24

Ezakheni

11

-8

474

24

12

-3

474

24

13

-2

474

24

Ezibayeni

6

-3

264

24

5

-1

264

24

5

-1

264

24

Ezinqoleni

8

-4

433

24

7

-5

433

24

6

-4

433

24

Folweni

11

-6

22

24

12

-4

22

24

11

-5

22

24

Franklin

5

-3

388

24

5

-1

388

24

5

-1

388

24

Gamalakhe

6

-3

22

24

8

0

22

24

8

0

22

24

Gingindlovu

11

-2

283

24

11

-1

283

24

10

-1

283

24

Glencoe

14

-1

245

24

13

-2

245

24

12

-4

245

24

Glendale

5

-2

153

24

6

0

153

24

6

0

153

24

Gluckstadt

9

0

1712

24

7

0

1712

24

7

0

1712

24

Gowan Lea

8

0

582

24

6

0

582

24

6

-1

582

24

Greenwood Park

16

-6

31

24

15

-4

31

24

13

-6

31

24

Greytwon

19

0

1006

24

13

0

1006

24

13

0

1006

24

Groenvlei

2

-5

762

24

4

-4

762

24

4

-1

762

24

Hammersdale

10

-1

63

24

5

-6

63

24

5

-5

63

24

Harburg

10

-1

265

24

7

-2

265

24

7

-3

265

24

Harding

17

-9

1064

24

17

-8

1064

24

15

-9

1064

24

Hattingspruit

7

-4

220

24

8

-2

220

24

8

0

220

24

Helpmekaar

7

-3

798

24

8

-1

798

24

7

0

798

24

Hibberdene

8

-6

244

24

9

-3

244

24

6

-7

244

24

Highflats

12

-6

963

24

14

0

963

24

13

-1

963

24

Hillcrest

19

-7

202

24

17

-7

202

24

15

-9

202

24

Hilton –KZN

11

0

96

24

9

0

96

24

9

0

96

24

Himeville

11

-2

1972

24

11

0

1972

24

11

0

1972

24

Hlabisa

8

0

1026

24

9

0

1026

24

9

0

1026

24

Hlobane

9

-3

573

24

9

0

573

24

9

0

573

24

Hluhluwe

11

-2

1249

24

9

0

1249

24

8

-1

1249

24

Howick

7

-8

634

24

11

-1

634

24

11

-1

634

24

Ibisi

11

-3

537

24

9

-3

537

24

9

-4

537

24

Impendle

6

-8

1241

24

4

-6

1241

24

4

-5

1241

24

Inanda

39

-12

243

24

37

-9

243

24

33

-11

243

24

Inchanga

9

-6

148

24

10

-2

148

24

10

-2

148

24

Ingogo

8

0

584

24

8

0

584

24

7

0

584

24

Ingwavuma

12

-4

1077

24

12

-1

1077

24

12

-1

1077

24

Intsikeni

8

-1

698

24

7

0

698

24

8

0

698

24

Isipingo

14

-4

21

24

12

-3

21

24

12

-4

21

24

Ixopo

10

-5

812

24

10

-4

812

24

10

-4

812

24

Jozini

14

-7

1243

24

15

-1

1243

24

14

-4

1243

24

Kingsley

6

-3

776

24

7

0

776

24

7

0

776

24

Kokstad

22

0

1019

24

17

0

1019

24

16

-1

1019

24

Kranskop

14

0

1191

24

9

-3

1191

24

9

-3

1191

24

Kwadabeka

14

-4

19

24

13

-2

19

24

13

-3

19

24

Kwadukuza

16

-10

479

24

14

-8

479

24

13

-9

479

24

Kwamakhutha

9

-3

45

24

8

0

45

24

8

0

45

24

Kwamashu E

21

-10

14

24

17

-2

14

24

18

-1

14

24

Kwambonambi

15

-8

1155

24

12

-8

1155

24

11

-8

1155

24

Kwamsane

9

-11

742

24

11

-5

742

24

12

-1

742

24

Kwandengezi

9

-5

90

24

8

-3

90

24

6

-6

90

24

Ladysmith

25

-9

891

24

22

-1

891

24

22

0

891

24

Lamontville

9

-5

4

24

10

-1

4

24

11

0

4

24

Louwsburg

4

-6

1158

24

6

-3

1158

24

6

-2

1158

24

Madadeni

16

-10

108

24

16

-1

108

24

14

-4

108

24

Magudu

5

-6

1052

24

6

-5

1052

24

6

-5

1052

24

Mahlabathini

12

-7

882

24

11

-7

882

24

10

-8

882

24

Malvern

15

0

20

24

12

0

20

24

12

0

20

24

Mandeni

8

-6

83

24

9

-4

83

24

8

-5

83

24

Maphumulo

7

-6

489

24

9

0

489

24

9

-1

489

24

Margate

13

-12

199

24

12

-9

199

24

11

-9

199

24

Mariannhill

10

-11

50

24

11

-8

50

24

11

-7

50

24

Mayville –KZN

9

-5

17

24

11

-2

17

24

14

0

17

24

Mbazwana

13

-3

6

24

13

0

6

24

11

-1

6

24

Mbongolwane

7

-2

1611

24

7

-1

1611

24

7

-1

1611

24

Mehlomnyama

6

-3

473

24

6

0

473

24

6

1-

473

24

Melmoth

12

-1

1708

24

11

-1

1708

24

11

0

1708

24

Mid Illovo

10

-4

579

24

11

0

579

24

11

0

579

24

Mkhuze

10

-7

1649

24

11

-3

1649

24

11

-2

1649

24

Mondlo

8

-7

463

24

9

-2

463

24

9

-2

463

24

Montclair

18

0

15

24

18

0

15

24

18

0

15

24

Mooi River

8

-7

1433

24

9

-3

1433

24

9

0

1433

24

Mountain Rise

26

-12

44

24

24

-9

44

24

25

-8

44

24

Mpophomeni

11

-2

175

24

8

-3

175

24

7

-4

175

24

Mpumalanga KZN

13

-7

105

24

13

-4

105

24

13

-4

105

24

Mpungamhlophe

8

-2

162

24

8

-1

162

24

8

-1

162

24

Msinga

16

-8

1092

24

11

-9

1092

24

11

-8

1092

24

Msinsini

12

-5

445

24

11

-4

445

24

10

-6

445

24

Mtubatuba

11

-10

1284

24

10

-10

1284

24

10

-10

1284

24

Mtunzini

18

-7

520

24

13

-7

520

24

10

-11

520

24

Muden

8

-1

343

24

5

-2

343

24

5

0

343

24

Ndumo

8

-2

662

24

8

-1

662

24

8

0

662

24

Ndwedwe

10

-3

544

24

9

-1

544

24

8

-2

544

24

New Hanover

10

-1

338

24

8

-2

338

24

8

-2

338

24

Newark

5

-6

132

24

5

-5

132

24

5

-5

132

24

Newcastle

21

-7

809

24

16

-8

809

24

15

-8

809

24

Newlands East

11

-7

22

24

11

-4

22

24

10

-6

22

24

Ngome

6

-3

750

24

6

-2

750

24

6

-2

750

24

Nhlanhleni

10

-5

791

24

10

-2

791

24

10

-2

791

24

Nkandla

18

-8

889

24

17

0

889

24

16

-1

889

24

Nondweni

5

-4

109

24

6

-3

109

24

6

-3

109

24

Nongoma

22

-4

2261

24

23

0

2261

24

23

0

2261

24

Normandien

7

-1

539

24

4

-1

539

24

4

-1

539

24

Nottingham Road

8

-2

667

24

6

-2

667

24

6

-2

667

24

Nquthu

15

-7

1103

24

16

-4

1103

24

15

-6

1103

24

Nsuze

9

-2

358

24

8

-1

358

24

7

-1

358

24

Ntabamhlophe

8

-4

799

24

9

0

799

24

9

-1

799

24

Ntambanana

7

-6

457

24

9

-4

457

24

8

-5

457

24

Ntuzuma

20

-11

16

24

18

-10

16

24

17

-9

16

24

Nyoni

7

-7

264

24

7

-4

264

24

6

-5

264

24

Osizweni

13

-5

140

24

10

-5

140

24

10

-6

140

24

Paddock

6

-5

302

24

9

0

302

24

8

-1

302

24

Paulpietersburg

12

-8

1440

24

13

-4

1440

24

14

-1

1440

24

Phoenix

25

-19

42

24

27

-5

42

24

26

-4

42

24

Pietermaritzburg

36

0

9

24

33

0

9

24

29

0

9

24

Pinetwon

29

-11

73

24

26

-8

73

24

32

0

73

24

Plessislaer

25

-10

147

24

20

-10

147

24

20

-10

147

24

Point

22

-6

2

24

21

-3

2

24

19

-5

2

24

Pongola

16

-4

1033

24

14

-2

1033

24

14

-2

1033

24

Port Edward

11

-2

202

24

11

0

202

24

10

0

202

24

Port Shepstone

24

-5

186

24

23

0

186

24

23

-1

186

24

Prestbury

12

0

18

24

11

0

18

24

10

0

18

24

Richards Bay

20

-4

235

24

23

0

235

24

20

0

235

24

Richmond KZN

16

0

905

24

12

-3

905

24

14

0

905

24

Rietvlei

8

0

541

24

6

0

541

24

6

0

541

24

Sawoti

11

-1

368

24

11

0

368

24

10

-1

368

24

Scottburgh

13

-1

111

24

14

0

111

24

13

0

111

24

Southport

7

-3

127

24

7

-2

127

24

7

-2

127

24

St Faiths

8

-7

239

24

8

-4

239

24

7

-5

239

24

Sundumbili

18

-3

300

24

15

-3

300

24

14

-3

300

24

Swartberg

7

-6

797

24

7

-4

797

24

7

-5

797

24

Sydenham

14

-11

24

24

14

-8

24

24

15

-7

24

24

Taylors Halt

11

-6

240

24

11

-2

240

24

8

-5

240

24

Thornville

9

-1

210

24

8

0

210

24

7

-1

210

24

Tongaat

15

-7

107

24

15

-2

107

24

14

-3

107

24

Town Hill

11

-1

29

24

9

-1

29

24

9

0

29

24

Ulundi

11

-5

375

24

11

-4

375

24

10

-2

375

24

Umbilo

14

-10

14

24

12

-6

14

24

11

-7

14

24

Umbumbulu

16

-3

321

24

7

-8

321

24

7

-6

321

24

Umhlali

16

-5

362

24

16

-3

362

24

16

-2

362

24

Umkomaas

16

-5

175

24

15

-5

175

24

16

-2

175

24

Umlazi

37

-12

33

24

39

0

33

24

38

0

33

24

Umsunduzi

8

-1

187

24

7

-1

187

24

7

0

187

24

Umzimkhulu

8

-9

567

24

8

-3

567

24

8

-3

567

24

Umzinto

13

-10

212

24

14

-5

212

24

14

-6

212

24

Upper Tugela

8

0

591

24

7

0

591

24

7

0

591

24

Utrecht

8

-6

1874

24

7

-4

1874

24

7

-4

1874

24

Van Reenen

8

0

309

24

7

0

309

24

4

-2

309

24

Verulam

15

-9

151

24

16

-6

151

24

16

-3

151

24

Vryheid

17

-6

1678

24

18

-2

1678

24

18

-3

1678

24

Wartburg

8

-7

331

24

11

-1

331

24

11

-2

331

24

Wasbank

7

-2

392

24

6

-1

392

24

5

-3

392

24

Weenen

8

0

861

24

8

0

861

24

8

0

861

24

Wembezi

9

-3

189

24

9

0

189

24

9

0

189

24

Wentworth

10

-9

12

24

11

-5

12

24

10

-6

12

24

Westville

14

-3

31

24

14

0

31

24

14

0

31

24

Winterton

12

0

1000

24

12

0

1000

24

12

0

1000

24

(a) Western Cape

(aaaa) 2015/2016

(bbbb) 2016/2017

(bbb) April 2017 to date

(b)

Police Precinct

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(ii)

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(iii)(aaa)

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patrolling

(i)(aa)

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(ii)

Area Size

(iii)(aaa) Hours patrolling

(i)(aa)

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(i)(bb) Shortages

(ii)

Area Size

(iii)(aaa)

Hours

patrolling

Albertinia

8

-1

1232

24

6

-2

1232

24

5

-3

1232

24

Ashton

10

-4

295

24

9

-4

295

24

9

-3

295

24

Athlone

18

-7

12

24

17

-5

12

24

18

-4

12

24

Atlantis

24

-11

272

24

25

-4

272

24

25

-4

272

24

Barrydale

9

1

1 440

24

5

0

1 440

24

5

0

1 440

24

Beaufort West

21

-7

13 666

24

16

-9

13 666

24

16

-10

13 666

24

Belhar

13

-3

9

24

13

-5

9

24

17

-1

9

24

Bellville

27

-7

31

24

25

-7

31

24

25

-6

31

24

Bellville South

11

-2

13

24

11

4

13

24

11

4

13

24

Bishop Lavis

23

-7

14

24

23

-9

14

24

30

1

14

24

Bonnievale

8

-3

544

24

9

-1

544

24

9

-1

544

24

Bothasig

10

-2

14

24

10

-2

14

24

10

-2

14

24

Brackenfell

13

-7

54

24

14

1

54

24

13

-1

54

24

Bredasdorp

12

-9

2 697

24

11

-9

2 697

24

10

-10

2 697

24

Caledon

17

-6

1419

24

18

-3

1419

24

18

-4

1 419

24

Calitzdorp

8

-2

1 119

24

7

1

1 119

24

7

1

1 119

24

Camps Bay

8

-2

18

24

8

-1

18

24

8

-1

18

24

Cape Town Central

47

-10

25

24

46

-3

25

24

47

-2

25

24

Ceres

19

-3

7 078

24

17

-5

7 078

24

12

-10

7 078

24

Citrusdal

10

-2

1 424

24

10

-2

1 424

24

10

-2

1 424

24

Clanwilliam

10

-2

4 469

24

9

-1

4 469

24

9

-2

4 469

24

Claremont

17

-5

20

24

13

3

20

24

13

3

20

24

Cloetesville

12

-3

21

24

13

-1

21

24

13

1

21

24

Conville

16

-6

10

24

15

-4

10

24

14

-5

10

24

Da Gamaskop

15

0

323

24

14

1

323

24

11

-3

323

24

Darling

8

-1

1099

24

7

-1

1099

24

6

-2

1099

24

De Doorns

10

-5

498

24

9

-2

498

24

7

-4

498

24

De Rust

9

0

647

24

9

5

647

24

7

3

647

24

Delft

26

-7

18

24

27

-10

18

24

35

0

18

24

Dieprivier

12

-1

23

24

10

-3

23

24

10

-3

23

24

Doring Bay

6

-1

532

24

6

-1

532

24

6

0

532

24

Durbanville

20

-4

184

24

20

0

184

24

21

1

184

24

Dysselsdorp

9

0

351

24

7

2

351

24

7

2

351

24

Eendekuil

7

-1

720

24

7

1

720

24

7

0

720

24

Elands Bay

6

-1

471

24

5

0

471

24

5

0

471

24

Elsies River

20

-3

13

24

18

-12

13

24

24

-3

13

24

Fish Hoek

9

-6

43

24

7

-3

43

24

7

-5

43

24

Franschhoek

8

0

310

24

8

4

310

24

8

4

310

24

Gans Bay

11

-2

348

24

9

-3

348

24

9

-3

348

24

Genadendal

10

-5

524

24

9

-4

524

24

8

-4

524

24

George

31

-10

2215

24

34

-8

2215

24

34

-8

2215

24

Goodwood

16

-8

16

24

17

-1

16

24

17

-1

16

24

Gordons Bay

8

-2

57

24

6

-3

57

24

6

-3

57

24

Graafwater

8

1

1173

24

7

3

1173

24

7

3

1173

24

Grabouw

12

-6

646

24

11

-7

646

24

11

-5

646

24

Grassy Park

18

-6

29

24

20

-2

29

24

22

0

29

24

Groot Brakrivier

10

-1

534

24

9

0

534

24

6

-3

534

24

Groot-Drakenstein

8

-2

147

24

7

3

147

24

7

2

147

24

Gugulethu

23

-7

8

24

22

-14

8

24

30

-6

8

24

Harare

27

-4

18

24

25

-17

18

24

36

-5

18

24

Heidelberg(C)

11

-1

1744

24

9

-2

1744

24

7

-4

1744

24

Hermanus

16

-9

227

24

17

-10

227

24

15

-12

227

24

Hopefield

9

0

978

24

9

5

978

24

7

2

978

24

Hout Bay

11

-2

49

24

9

-2

49

24

7

-4

49

24

Kensington

10

-2

6

24

11

-2

6

24

11

-2

6

24

Khayelitsha

31

-7

9

24

31

-6

9

24

37

2

9

24

Kirstenhof

12

-3

37

24

9

1

37

24

9

1

37

24

Klapmuts

7

-3

214

24

5

-4

214

24

5

-6

214

24

Klawer

7

1

567

24

6

-1

567

24

6

-1

567

24

Kleinmond

10

1

121

24

9

2

121

24

8

0

121

24

Kleinvlei

20

-6

27

24

21

-8

27

24

23

-5

27

24

Knysna

23

-6

1070

24

20

-12

1070

24

21

-11

1070

24

Kraaifontein

26

-9

109

24

24

-19

109

24

34

-9

109

24

Kuilsrivier

20

-7

40

24

19

-3

40

24

19

-3

40

24

Kwanokuthula

12

-2

87

24

10

-1

87

24

8

-4

87

24

Kwanonqaba

13

-4

1250

24

13

-1

1250

24

13

-3

1250

24

Laaiplek

7

-2

1071

24

7

0

1071

24

4

-3

1071

24

Ladismith

16

-7

4053

24

15

-4

4053

24

12

-7

4053

24

Laingsburg

10

-2

7697

24

9

-1

7697

24

8

-2

7697

24

Lambertsbaai

7

0

548

24

7

3

548

24

6

1

548

24

Langa

14

-5

3

24

12

0

3

24

12

0

3

24

Langebaan

7

-1

426

24

6

-2

426

24

6

0

426

24

Lansdowne

13

-4

12

24

12

2

12

24

11

1

12

24

Leeu-Gamka

11

0

6018

24

8

-3

6018

24

7

-4

6018

24

Lentegeur

24

-6

12

24

24

0

12

24

24

0

12

24

Lingelethu-West

17

-5

13

24

16

-8

13

24

23

-1

13

24

Lutzville

11

0

2215

24

6

-2

2215

24

6

-2

2215

24

Lwandle

14

-3

8

24

14

1

8

24

14

2

8

24

Macassar

11

-2

27

24

10

3

27

24

10

3

27

24

Maitland

12

-3

9

24

11

1

9

24

11

1

9

24

Malmesbury

15

-3

1107

24

13

-3

1107

24

14

-1

1107

24

Manenberg

19

-4

10

24

17

-13

10

24

28

-2

10

24

Mbekweni

15

1

9

24

10

-5

9

24

8

-7

9

24

Mcgregor

8

0

446

24

7

2

446

24

7

3

446

24

Melkbosstrand

8

-2

85

24

8

-1

85

24

8

-1

85

24

Mfuleni

22

-8

29

24

21

-7

29

24

27

-5

29

24

Milnerton

19

-8

29

24

18

-9

29

24

21

-6

29

24

Mitchells Plain

53

-4

23

24

47

0

23

24

48

-7

23

24

Montagu

9

-4

2421

24

8

-6

2421

24

8

-6

2421

24

Moorreesburg

11

-3

1124

24

11

-2

1124

24

11

-2

1124

24

Mossel Bay

13

-2

12

24

13

-1

12

24

9

-4

12

24

Mowbray

10

-3

5

24

8

-2

5

24

8

-4

5

24

Muizenberg

15

-4

31

24

14

1

31

24

14

1

31

24

Murraysburg

8

0

5415

24

6

-1

5415

24

4

-2

5415

24

Napier

10

2

840

24

7

-2

840

24

5

-4

840

24

Nuwerus

7

-1

6830

24

7

1

6830

24

7

1

6830

24

Nyanga

30

-14

12

24

28

-13

12

24

36

-6

12

24

Ocean View

10

-5

26

24

9

-4

26

24

8

-5

26

24

Oudtshoorn

28

-10

2376

24

26

-18

2376

24

26

-16

2376

24

Paarl

23

-4

507

24

23

-5

507

24

21

-7

507

24

Paarl East

18

-9

30

24

17

-8

30

24

15

-9

30

24

Pacaltsdorp

12

-3

31

24

10

-1

31

24

10

-1

31

24

Parow

17

-8

32

24

19

-6

32

24

20

-4

32

24

Philadelphia

8

-1

280

24

5

0

280

24

5

0

280

24

Philippi

18

-4

39

24

16

8

39

24

16

7

39

24

Philippi East

16

-5

6

24

15

-2

6

24

16

0

6

24

Piketberg

11

-4

881

24

9

-5

881

24

8

-6

881

24

Pinelands

9

-5

12

24

9

-5

12

24

7

-1

12

24

Plettenberg Bay

17

-4

807

24

16

-3

807

24

14

-6

807

24

Porterville

9

-5

920

24

8

-7

920

24

6

-7

920

24

Prince Albert

14

-1

6327

24

14

2

6327

24

13

1

6327

24

Prince Alfred Hamlet

13

-2

2890

24

9

-4

2890

24

9

-5

2890

24

Ravensmead

15

-8

15

24

12

0

15

24

12

-1

15

24

Rawsonville

10

-4

607

24

10

-3

607

24

8

-5

607

24

Redelinghuys

7

0

661

24

7

0

661

24

7

0

661

24

Riebeek West

8

-4

634

24

8

4

634

24

8

4

634

24

Riversdale

11

-2

1781

24

9

-2

1781

24

7

-6

1781

24

Riviersonderend

10

0

805

24

8

-1

805

24

5

-3

805

24

Robertson

15

-9

857

24

15

-6

857

24

14

-8

857

24

Rondebosch

10

-4

8

24

7

-2

8

24

7

-2

8

24

Saldanha

11

-3

168

24

11

-2

168

24

10

-2

168

24

Saron

8

-3

151

24

8

-2

151

24

7

-3

151

24

Sea Point

16

-7

8

24

15

-2

8

24

15

-2

8

24

Simons Town

10

-1

152

24

9

1

152

24

8

0

152

24

Somerset West

21

-6

207

24

21

-8

207

24

18

-10

207

24

St Helena Bay

10

2

124

24

7

-1

124

24

6

-2

124

24

Stanford

8

-1

462

24

7

2

462

24

7

2

462

24

Steenberg

16

-4

9

24

13

-3

9

24

15

-1

9

24

Stellenbosch

23

-6

382

24

23

-6

382

24

22

-5

382

24

Still Bay

9

-1

653

24

8

3

653

24

7

2

653

24

Strand

20

-6

14

24

20

-2

14

24

20

0

14

24

Strandfontein

10

1

10

24

5

-5

10

24

6

-4

10

24

Struisbaai

9

-1

339

24

6

-3

339

24

6

-3

339

24

Suurbraak

10

0

160

24

6

-2

160

24

6

-2

160

24

Swellendam

15

-2

1783

24

14

-1

1783

24

13

-3

1783

24

Table Bay Harbour

10

-3

15

24

9

1

15

24

9

1

15

24

Table View

16

-7

71

24

18

-9

71

24

16

-12

71

24

Thembalethu

14

-4

17

24

14

-4

17

24

12

-7

17

24

Touws River

10

2

1505

24

9

4

1505

24

8

2

1505

24

Tulbagh

13

-7

485

24

12

-7

485

24

13

-6

485

24

Uniondale

11

-5

3134

24

10

-3

3134

24

10

-4

3134

24

Vanrhynsdorp

9

0

2554

24

8

0

2554

24

8

0

2554

24

Villiersdorp

11

-2

704

24

10

2

704

24

10

-4

704

24

Vredenburg

14

-7

478

24

13

-2

478

24

11

-5

478

24

Vredendal

14

-4

577

24

12

-5

577

24

11

-6

577

24

Wellington

17

-5

306

24

16

-1

306

24

15

-3

306

24

Wolseley

9

-3

309

24

7

-3

309

24

7

-4

309

24

Woodstock

18

-4

10

24

16

1

10

24

16

1

10

24

Worcester

34

-12

1418

24

21

-20

1418

24

27

-13

1418

24

Wynberg

16

-4

29

24

13

-4

29

24

13

-4

29

24

(a) Limpopo

(aaaa) 2015/2016

(bbbb) 2016/2017

(bbb) April 2017 to date

(b)

Police Precinct

(i)(aa) Patrol Vehicles in Service

(i) (bb) Shortages

(ii)

Area Size

(iii)(aaa)

Hours

patrolling

(i)(aa)

Patrol Vehicles in Service

(i)(bb) Shortages

(ii)

Area Size

(iii)(aaa) Hours patrolling

(i)(aa)

Patrol Vehicles in Service

(i)(bb) Shortages

(ii)

Area Size

(iii) (aaa)

Hours

patrolling

Apel

10

10

727

24

7

0

727

24

0

0

727

24

Jane Furse

9

8

311

24

6

0

311

24

0

1

311

24

Lebowakgomo

29

21

1128

24

15

0

1128

24

0

4

1128

24

Magatle

9

5

498

24

6

0

498

24

3

9

498

24

Malipsdrift

10

7

809

24

9

0

809

24

1

2

809

24

Masemola

8

7

624

24

5

3

624

24

0

0

624

24

Polokwane

44

29

576

24

31

0

576

24

5

8

576

24

Westenburg

22

18

1396

24

15

2

1396

24

5

2

1396

24

Levubu

11

9

439

24

9

0

439

24

2

4

439

24

Makuya

10

6

702

24

5

0

702

24

1

4

702

24

Masisi

6

5

10995

24

4

0

10995

24

0

0

10995

24

Mutale

18

13

797

24

15

4

797

24

7

3

797

24

Siloam

14

14

333

24

13

0

333

24

0

6

333

24

Thohoyandou

67

50

849

24

45

0

849

24

0

20

849

24

Tshamutumbu

9

7

559

24

1

0

559

24

0

9

559

24

Tshaulu

12

11

276

24

11

0

276

24

0

1

276

24

Vhulaudzi

N/A

N/A

44

24

1

0

44

24

0

5

44

24

Vuwani

18

11

380

24

6

0

380

24

4

9

380

24

Muswodi

N/A

N/A

276

24

1

0

276

24

0

6

276

24

Giyani

29

33

2697

24

33

0

2697

24

0

14

2697

24

Gravelotte

6

7

2134

24

4

0

2134

24

0

0

2134

24

Hlanganani

12

14

365

24

10

0

365

24

0

0

365

24

Hoedspruit

14

12

2280

24

14

0

2280

24

0

0

2280

24

Lulekani

13

12

1028

24

9

0

1028

24

0

0

1028

24

Malamulele

21

16

879

24

13

0

879

24

3

9

879

24

Namakgale

16

16

380

24

14

0

380

24

1

12

380

24

Phalaborwa

16

17

314

24

13

0

314

24

0

1

314

24

Saselamani

12

7

384

24

9

0

384

24

1

1

384

24

Bolobedu

30

21

479

24

15

0

479

24

0

8

479

24

Letsitele

17

17

1014

24

17

1

1014

24

3

2

1014

24

Maake

25

18

1048

24

17

3

1048

24

12

23

1048

24

Modjadjiskloof

14

12

984

24

11

1

984

24

1

9

984

24

Mokwakwaila

1

6

481

24

6

3

481

24

0

0

481

24

Ritavi

16

16

193

24

16

2

193

24

6

9

193

24

Tzaneen

32

30

675

24

24

0

675

24

0

13

675

24

Maleboho

12

9

1771

24

7

0

1771

24

0

0

1771

24

Mashashane

8

6

570

24

7

0

570

24

0

2

570

24

Matlala

12

9

1641

24

12

0

1641

24

2

3

1641

24

Mogwadi

8

6

1489

24

4

0

1489

24

0

5

1489

24

Senwabarwana

15

11

1300

24

10

0

1300

24

0

5

1300

24

Seshego

31

21

592

24

18

0

592

24

2

11

592

24

Modimolle

19

13

1493

24

9

0

1493

24

0

2

1493

24

Naboomspruit

12

9

2681

24

13

0

2681

24

0

0

2681

24

Rankin's Pass

6

5

1020

24

4

0

1020

24

0

1

1020

24

Roedtan

7

6

1754

24

4

0

1754

24

0

2

1754

24

Tuinplaas

6

6

823

24

6

0

823

24

1

2

823

24

Vaalwater

4

4

1625

24

6

1

1625

24

1

0

1625

24

Botlokwa

11

6

649

24

5

2

649

24

3

8

649

24

Haenertsburg

7

4

973

24

4

0

973

24

0

2

973

24

Mankweng

37

24

861

24

21

0

861

24

2

15

861

24

Morebeng

8

7

961

24

6

1

961

24

0

0

961

24

Sebayeng

8

5

256

24

7

1

256

24

1

0

256

24

Sekgosese

8

9

306

24

12

0

306

24

0

0

306

24

Burgersfort

17

16

1476

24

13

0

1476

24

0

0

1476

24

Leboeng

7

4

388

24

1

0

388

24

0

4

388

24

Mecklenburg

12

15

1064

24

10

0

1064

24

0

4

1064

24

Ohrigstad

7

4

816

24

9

0

816

24

0

0

816

24

Sekhukune

18

11

699

24

12

1

699

24

8

9

699

24

Tubatse

17

14

945

24

16

0

945

24

9

7

945

24

Bulgerivier

2

1

2018

24

0

1

2018

24

2

2

2018

24

Cumberland

3

4

2020

24

3

0

2020

24

0

1

2020

24

Dorset

5

5

2531

24

5

0

2531

24

0

3

2531

24

Hoopdal

2

2

2291

24

3

0

2291

24

0

0

2291

24

Lephalale

3

7

5766

24

4

0

5766

24

0

0

5766

24

Tom Burke

1

2

1892

24

2

0

1892

24

1

1

1892

24

Villa Nora

1

2

2610

24

2

0

2610

24

0

3

2610

24

Witpoort

2

1

1025

24

3

0

1025

24

0

0

1025

24

Elandskraal

5

5

486

24

4

0

486

24

0

0

486

24

Gilead

8

8

1397

24

4

1

1397

24

1

3

1397

24

Mahwelereng

15

15

558

24

17

0

558

24

0

2

558

24

Mokopane

14

9

996

24

6

0

996

24

0

6

996

24

Saamboubrug

1

1

1453

24

2

0

1453

24

0

0

1453

24

Tinmyne

7

10

1895

24

7

0

1895

24

1

2

1895

24

Tolwe

1

1

2530

24

3

0

2530

24

0

0

2530

24

Zebediela

8

8

717

24

14

1

717

24

2

0

717

24

Alldays

6

6

3673

24

5

0

3673

24

0

3

3673

24

Makhado

19

28

2372

24

13

0

2372

24

0

12

2372

24

Mara

6

7

1613

24

5

0

1613

24

1

8

1613

24

Mphephu

13

19

528

24Hrs

9

1

528

24Hrs

1

11

528

24Hrs

Musina

20

25

4588

24Hrs

12

0

4588

24Hrs

0

9

4588

24Hrs

Tshilwavhusiku

11

11

270

24Hrs

12

9

270

24Hrs

6

9

270

24Hrs

Tshitale

7

6

365

24Hrs

5

20

365

24Hrs

3

4

365

24Hrs

Waterpoort

7

6

1852

24Hrs

8

0

1852

24Hrs

0

0

1852

24Hrs

Waterval

14

11

297

24Hrs

12

0

297

24Hrs

4

8

297

24Hrs

Bela-Bela

17

12

2116

24Hrs

10

0

2116

24Hrs

5

8

2116

24Hrs

Dwaalboom

1

2

2455

24Hrs

1

0

2455

24Hrs

2

3

2455

24Hrs

Northam

7

5

1285

24Hrs

3

0

1285

24Hrs

0

0

1285

24Hrs

Pienaarsrivier

10

7

623

24Hrs

6

0

623

24Hrs

0

2

623

24Hrs

Rooiberg

7

6

1657

24Hrs

3

0

1657

24Hrs

0

3

1657

24Hrs

Rust De Winter

6

6

171

24Hrs

7

1

171

24Hrs

1

0

171

24Hrs

Thabazimbi

6

7

2369

24Hrs

8

1

2369

24Hrs

5

6

2369

24Hrs

Dennilton

19

13

433

24Hrs

10

1

433

24Hrs

8

12

433

24Hrs

Groblersdal

19

17

1558

24Hrs

10

0

1558

24Hrs

0

5

1558

24Hrs

Hlogotlou

13

11

407

24Hrs

10

0

407

24Hrs

0

6

407

24Hrs

Laersdrift

5

4

820

24Hrs

2

0

820

24Hrs

1

4

820

24Hrs

Marble Hall

16

13

922

24Hrs

14

0

922

24Hrs

0

3

922

24Hrs

Motetema

24

19

272

24Hrs

19

0

272

24Hrs

0

9

272

24Hrs

Nebo

11

9

766

24Hrs

6

0

766

24Hrs

2

11

766

24Hrs

Rakgoadi

N/A

3

438

24Hrs

6

4

438

24Hrs

0

0

438

24Hrs

Roossenekal

6

5

616

24Hrs

4

0

616

24Hrs

0

2

616

24Hrs

Zaaiplaas

7

5

140

24Hrs

7

0

140

24Hrs

0

1

140

24Hrs

(a) Free State

(aaaa) 2015/2016

(bbbb) 2016/2017

(bbb) April 2017 to date

(b)

Police Precinct

(i)(aa) Patrol Vehicles in Service

(i)(bb) Shortages

(ii)

Area Size

(iii)(aaa)

Hours

patrolling

(i)(aa)

Patrol Vehicles in Service

(i)(bb) Shortages

(ii) Area Size

(iii)(aaa) Hours patrolling

(i)(aa)

Patrol Vehicles in Service

(i)(bb) Shortages

(ii) Area Size

(iii)(aaa)

Hours

patrolling

Allanridge

10

-8

2300

24

9

-4

2300

24

10

-5

2300

24

Arlington

5

-4

720

24

5

0

720

24

5

-5

720

24

Bainsvlei

8

-8

1450

24

9

-3

1450

24

8

-1

1450

24

Batho

10

-7

3.2

24

10

-1

3.2

24

10

-1

3.2

24

Bayswater

9

-3

164.27

24

8

1

164.27

24

9

1

164.27

24

Bethlehem

19

-15

2172

24

18

-6

2172

24

19

-5

2172

24

Bethulie

10

0

2023

24

10

-2

2023

24

10

-3

2023

24

Bloemspruit

21

-8

735.82

24

22

6

735.82

24

21

-6

735.82

24

Boithuso

10

-11

1935

24

10

0

1935

24

10

0

1935

24

Boshof

5

-4

3398

24

4

-3

3398

24

5

-3

3398

24

Bothaville

15

-7

2632

24

12

-1

2632

24

15

1

2632

24

Botsahbelo

18

-15

22.72

24

19

-1

22.72

24

18

5

22.72

24

Brandfort

7

-5

3311

24

5

-1

3311

24

7

-5

3311

24

Bronville

13

1

63

24

12

6

63

24

13

6

63

24

Bultfontein

14

-2

3484

24

17

8

3484

24

14

9

3484

24

Clarens

7

-7

633

24

5

-1

633

24

7

-7

633

24

Clocolan

7

-3

1314

24

7

0

1314

24

7

-1

1314

24

Cornelia

8

-1

1287

24

8

2

1287

24

8

3

1287

24

Dealesville

7

-3

1792

24

6

0

1792

24

7

-1

1792

24

Deneysville

6

-3

297

24

7

1

297

24

6

-2

297

24

Dewertsdorp

7

-5

1202702

24

7

0

1202702

24

7

-1

1202702

24

Edenburg

8

-3

2056

24

7

1

2056

24

8

1

2056

24

Edenville

7

1

2056

24

5

1

2056

24

7

0

2056

24

Excelsior

6

-3

487

24

6

1

487

24

6

1

487

24

Fauresmith

7

-4

1222

24

8

3

1222

24

7

4

1222

24

Ficksburg

14

-14

5210

24

16

-1

5210

24

14

-2

5210

24

Fouriesburg

6

-6

13

24

5

-1

13

24

6

-8

13

24

Gariepdam

7

-2

778

24

7

3

778

24

7

3

778

24

Glen

4

-5

1263

24

5

0

1263

24

4

0

1263

24

Goedemoed

6

0

850

24

6

0

850

24

6

0

850

24

Harrismith

17

-7

7169

24

13

-4

7169

24

17

-4

7169

24

Heidedal

7

-7

1267

24

7

-1

1267

24

7

0

1267

24

Heilbron

9

-5

2431

24

11

3

2431

24

9

0

2431

24

Hennenman

11

-10

614

24

13

-1

614

24

11

-2

614

24

Hertzogville

5

-5

3484

24

6

0

3484

24

5

0

3484

24

Heuningsruit

7

1

1472

24

6

1

1472

24

7

-1

1472

24

Hobhouse

7

-3

2011

24

6

-1

2011

24

7

-1

2011

24

Hoopstad

5

-5

2632

24

7

1

2632

24

5

0

2632

24

Jacobsdal

7

-4

240000

24

6

1

240000

24

7

0

240000

24

Jagersfontein

6

-2

1372

24

6

2

1372

24

6

2

1372

24

Kagisanong

13

-15

510

24

16

-6

510

24

13

-6

510

24

Kestel

10

-1

1600

24

9

1

1600

24

10

1

1600

24

Koffiefontein

8

-6

2059

24

8

1

2059

24

8

1

2059

24

Kommisiepoort

5

0

1911

24

5

2

1911

24

5

1

1911

24

Kopanong

13

-4

22

24

14

3

22

24

13

1

22

24

Koppies

8

-5

1110

24

10

2

1110

24

8

-4

1110

24

Kroonstad

18

-14

92

24

13

-4

92

24

17

-4

92

24

Ladybrand

9

-5

3120

24

7

-1

3120

24

7

0

3120

24

Lindley

8

-4

3020

24

11

3

3020

24

9

0

3020

24

Luckoff

5

-3

892

24

13

-1

892

24

11

-2

892

24

Mafube

9

-5

11440

24

6

0

11440

24

5

0

11440

24

Makwane

11

-5

150

24

6

1

150

24

7

-1

150

24

Mangaung

9

-14

23

24

6

-1

23

24

7

-1

23

24

Maokeng

14

-18

25

24

7

1

25

24

5

0

25

24

Marquard

7

-3

1651

24

6

1

1651

24

7

0

1651

24

Meloding

12

-5

4.153

24

6

2

4.153

24

6

2

4.153

24

Memel

7

-3

356

24

16

-6

356

24

13

-6

356

24

Namahadi

13

-7

275

24

9

1

275

24

10

1

275

24

Navalsig

10

-11

425

24

8

1

425

24

8

1

425

24

Odendaalsrus

14

-10

2388

24

5

2

2388

24

5

1

2388

24

Oranjeville

5

-5

762

24

14

3

762

24

13

1

762

24

Parkroad

36

-38

1840

24

10

2

1840

24

8

-4

1840

24

Parys

13

-1

881

24

12

2

881

24

13

4

881

24

Paul Roux

8

-3

2480

24

5

-1

2480

24

8

-7

2480

24

Petrusburg

6

-5

2412

24

5

-8

2412

24

6

-8

2412

24

Petrusteyn

6

-4

1150

24

6

2

1150

24

6

2

1150

24

Philippolis

7

-4

30

24

6

1

30

24

7

1

30

24

Phuthaditjhaba

18

-8

1305

24

15

5

1305

24

18

-4

1305

24

Reddersburg

7

-2

2056

24

7

0

2056

24

7

-2

2056

24

Reitz

7

-6

2540

24

5

-2

2540

24

7

-3

2540

24

Roadside

7

1

280

24

5

1

280

24

7

-1

280

24

Rosendal

6

-3

2880

24

4

-1

2880

24

6

-2

2880

24

Rouxville

9

-1

150.72

24

7

1

150.72

24

9

1

150.72

24

Sasolburg

24

2

111

24

21

7

111

24

24

3

111

24

Selosesha

13

-8

2600

24

12

-1

2600

24

13

7

2600

24

Senekal

12

-5

2033

24

10

-1

2033

24

12

1

2033

24

Smithfield

7

-4

2777

24

7

1

2777

24

7

1

2777

24

Soutpan

4

-6-

21506

24

4

-5

21506

24

4

-5

21506

24

Springfontein

8

-2

220

24

7

-2

220

24

8

3

220

24

Steunmekaar

3

0

1400

24

4

2

1400

24

3

2

1400

24

Steynrus

7

-1

3000

24

4

0

3000

24

7

1

3000

24

Thaba Nchu

8

-13

267

24

8

-7

267

24

8

0

267

24

Thabong

27

-9

378

24

25

3

378

24

27

-4

378

24

Theunissen

10

-8

3129

24

12

-1

3129

24

10

-4

3129

24

Tierpoort

5

-4

1617.35

24

5

0

1617.35

24

5

0

1617.35

24

Tromspsburg

8

-6

2000

24

9

-4

2000

24

8

-3

2000

24

Tseki

13

-7

311

24

12

0

311

24

13

-1

311

24

Tseseng

17

-8

225

24

15

-1

225

24

17

-2

225

24

Tumahole

10

3

1450

24

8

-1

1450

24

10

-2

1450

24

Tweeling

6

-3

450

24

6

0

450

24

6

-2

450

24

Tweespruit

8

-5

1800

24

9

3

1800

24

8

3

1800

24

Van Stadensrus

5

-4

634.54

24

5

0

634.54

24

5

0

634.54

24

Ventersburg

11

1

347.48

24

10

4

347.48

24

11

3

347.48

24

Verkeedervlei

7

-1

7.9

24

5

0

7.9

24

7

0

7.9

24

Verkykerskop

5

-3

1947

24

6

2

1947

24

5

1

1947

24

Vierfontein

5

-5

1100

24

5

1

1100

24

5

1

1100

24

Viljoensdrift

7

-2

691

24

7

1

691

24

7

1

691

24

Viloenskroon

13

-4

1250

24

12

3

1250

24

13

0

1250

24

Villiers

7

-3

64000

24

7

3

64000

24

7

3

64000

24

Virginia

15

-6

2450

24

13

-3

2450

24

15

-3

2450

24

Vrede

9

-4

2388

24

9

1

2388

24

9

4

2388

24

Vredefort

7

-2

1390

24

7

1

1390

24

7

0

1390

24

Wanda

6

1

110

24

5

1

110

24

6

1

110

24

Warden

7

-2

133

24

9

4

133

24

7

3

133

24

Welkom

31

-18

2600

24

31

-4

2600

24

31

-3

2600

24

Wepener

7

-3

1157

24

7

0

1157

24

7

0

1157

24

Wesselsbron

10

-6

1687

24

8

-5

1687

24

10

-4

1687

24

Winburg

8

-3

1992

24

8

1

1992

24

8

0

1992

24

Zamdela

20

-7

412

24

19

1

412

24

20

1

412

24

Zastron

8

-4

2268

24

9

0

2268

24

8

1

2268

24

  1. North West

(aaaa) 2015/2016

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(b)

Police Precinct

(i)(aa) Patrol Vehicles in Service

(i) (bb) Shortages

(ii)

Area Size

(iii)(aaa)

Hours

patrolling

(i)(aa)

Patrol Vehicles in Service

(i)(bb) Shortages

(ii)

Area Size

(iii)(aaa) Hours patrolling

(i)(aa)

Patrol Vehicles in Service

(i)(bb) Shortages

(ii)

Area Size

(iii)(aaa)

Hours

patrolling

Amalia

6

-4

1521

24

6

-1

1521

24

5

-2

1521

24

Assen

3

-6

1005

24

5

-3

1005

24

6

-1

1005

24

Atamelang

9

-5

605

24

7

-6

605

24

7

-5

605

24

Bedwang

5

-5

507

24

6

-2

507

24

5

-2

507

24

Bethanie

10

-6

324

24

8

-2

324

24

8

-4

324

24

Biesiesvlei

6

-4

1301

24

6

-4

1301

24

6

-1

1301

24

Bloemhof

8

-6

1830

24

8

-2

1830

24

8

-4

1830

24

Boitekong

13

-8

160

24

13

-4

160

24

13

-6

160

24

Boons

5

-3

460

24

6

-6

460

24

5

-2

460

24

Boshoek

6

-4

4083

24

7

-1

4083

24

7

-1

4083

24

Bray

4

-5

2307

24

4

-1

2307

24

6

-2

2307

24

Brits

18

-13

726

24

16

-4

726

24

16

-8

726

24

Buffelshoek

6

-6

702

24

8

-9

702

24

7

-4

702

24

Christiana

5

-6

1703

24

8

-4

1703

24

8

-1

1703

24

Coligny

5

-6

1470

24

7

-2

1470

24

7

0

1470

24

Cyferskuil

5

-5

222

24

4

-3

222

24

4

-5

222

24

Delareyville

4

-9

2123

24

8

-5

2123

24

8

-3

2123

24

Ganyesa

7

-9

6573

24

9

-3

6573

24

9

-4

6573

24

Groot Marico

6

-5

1123

24

6

-4

1123

24

6

-3

1123

24

Hartbeesfontein

9

-7

1565

24

8

-3

1565

24

8

-6

1565

24

Hartbeespoortdam

12

-9

415

24

14

-7

415

24

14

-2

415

24

Hebron

11

-6

63

24

13

-2

63

24

13

-1

63

24

Huhudi

6

-8

608

24

8

-1

608

24

6

-2

608

24

Ikageng

23

-10

196

24

21

0

196

24

20

0

196

24

Ipelegeng

10

-4

120

24

9

1

120

24

7

-3

120

24

Itsoseng

11

-4

429

24

11

-1

429

24

11

1

429

24

Jericho

6

-2

731

24

5

0

731

24

5

-3

731

24

Jouberton

13

-9

433

24

10

-3

433

24

10

-9

433

24

Kanana

7

-7

40

24

8

-9

40

24

8

-5

40

24

Kgomotso

4

-4

462

24

6

-4

462

24

6

-1

462

24

Khuma

7

-6

45

24

6

-1

45

24

5

-8

45

24

Klerksdorp

22

-11

641

24

17

-6

641

24

20

-7

641

24

Klerkskraal

1

-8

1124

24

5

-11

1124

24

5

-2

1124

24

Klipgat

11

-7

186

24

10

-3

186

24

10

-4

186

24

Koster

7

-9

2546

24

9

-6

2546

24

9

-3

2546

24

Leeudoringstad

6

-6

1156

24

6

-3

1156

24

5

-6

1156

24

Lehurutshe

9

-9

729

24

11

-5

729

24

11

-6

729

24

Lethabong

6

-4

280

24

7

-5

280

24

7

-1

280

24

Letlhabile

8

-4

183

24

8

-1

183

24

8

-5

183

24

Lichtenburg

16

-9

3549

24

18

-5

3549

24

18

-2

3549

24

Lomanyaneng

7

-5

387

24

9

-1

387

24

8

-2

387

24

Madibogo

7

-6

454

24

6

0

454

24

7

-4

454

24

Madikwe

9

-6

2127

24

6

-5

2127

24

6

-6

2127

24

Mahikeng

16

-10

360

24

19

-6

360

24

18

-3

360

24

Makapanstad

10

-6

449

24

10

-2

449

24

10

-3

449

24

Makgobistad

11

-5

992

24

11

-2

992

24

9

-4

992

24

Makwassie

5

-6

1481

24

7

-3

1481

24

7

-1

1481

24

Marikana

9

-7

469

24

9

-2

469

24

8

-5

469

24

Mmabatho

11

-14

791

24

14

-4

791

24

14

-2

791

24

Mmakau

11

-6

97

24

11

-3

97

24

10

-1

97

24

Mogwase

13

-8

2492

24

11

-2

2492

24

12

-5

2492

24

Mokopong

3

-3

1954

24

4

-5

1954

24

6

0

1954

24

Mooifontein

6

-5

742

24

7

-2

742

24

9

0

742

24

Mooinooi

11

-3

303

24

11

-2

303

24

13

-1

303

24

Morokweng

5

-4

2598

24

5

-3

2598

24

5

-3

2598

24

Mothotlung

6

-5

56

24

8

-3

56

24

8

0

56

24

Motswedi

9

-4

1361

24

9

-2

1361

24

9

-1

1361

24

Nietverdiend

6

-4

2592

24

5

-1

2592

24

5

-2

2592

24

Orkney

7

-7

438

24

8

-4

438

24

8

-5

438

24

Ottosdal

7

-6

1425

24

8

-5

1425

24

8

0

1425

24

Ottoshoop

6

-3

1337

24

5

0

1337

24

4

-3

1337

24

Phokeng

20

-5

886

24

17

-2

886

24

16

-6

886

24

Piet Plessis

3

-7

2545

24

5

-5

2545

24

5

-2

2545

24

Potchefstroom

21

-11

1591

24

22

-2

1591

24

20

-3

1591

24

Pudimoe

8

-1

451

24

8

0

451

24

8

0

451

24

Reivilo

3

-7

3001

24

4

-4

3001

24

4

-3

3001

24

Rustenburg

32

-10

834

24

28

-8

834

24

24

-11

834

24

Sannieshof

7

-5

966

24

6

-5

966

24

6

-5

966

24

Schweizer-Reneke

8

-8

2145

24

8

-6

2145

24

6

-8

2145

24

Setlagole

6

-6

3036

24

6

-5

3036

24

5

-4

3036

24

Stella

6

-4

2477

24

6

-2

2477

24

6

-2

2477

24

Stilfontein

12

-2

464

24

10

-2

464

24

10

-2

464

24

Sun City

11

-8

1136

24

11

-6

1136

24

11

-6

1136

24

Swartruggens

7

-5

1897

24

9

-2

1897

24

8

-3

1897

24

Taung

12

-5

1303

24

13

-3

1303

24

13

-3

1303

24

Tlhabane

19

-6

37

24

17

0

37

24

16

-2

37

24

Tshidilamolomo

7

-4

511

24

8

0

511

24

8

0

511

24

Ventersdorp

10

-6

2808

24

8

-5

2808

24

8

-3

2808

24

Vorstershoop

5

-6

3809

24

7

0

3809

24

7

0

3809

24

Vryburg

10

-10

3686

24

11

-3

3686

24

11

-4

3686

24

Wolmaransstad

10

-11

2250

24

9

-6

2250

24

9

-6

2250

24

Zeerust

17

-4

1383

24

16

-3

1383

24

15

-1

1383

24

  1. Eastern Cape

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(iii)(aaa) Hours patrolling

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(iii) (aaa)

Hours

patrolling

Alice

9

0

844

24

9

0

844

24

10

0

844

24

Balfour

6

0

423

24

6

0

423

24

5

0

423

24

Chungwa

6

0

437

24

6

0

437

24

6

0

437

24

Doringkloof

8

0

769

24

8

0

769

24

3

0

769

24

Fort Beaufort

2

-9

724

24

2

-9

724

24

3

1

724

24

Healdtown

6

0

85

24

6

0

85

24

5

0

85

24

Hogsback

5

0

425

24

5

0

425

24

5

3

425

24

Keiskammahoek

4

0

558

24

4

0

558

24

8

0

558

24

Middledrift

19

0

274

24

19

0

274

24

6

0

274

24

Seymour

6

0

340

24

6

0

340

24

7

0

340

24

Aliwal North

18

0

1193

24

18

0

1193

24

17

0

1193

24

Burgersdorp

15

0

3980

24

15

0

3980

24

13

0

3980

24

Floukraal

15

0

784

24

15

0

784

24

3

0

784

24

Jamestown

10

0

1005

24

10

0

1005

24

7

0

1005

24

Lady Grey

8

0

1396

24

8

0

1396

24

7

0

1396

24

Maletswai

9

0

5

24

9

0

5

24

10

0

5

24

Molteno

10

0

1927

24

10

0

1927

24

10

0

1927

24

Palmietfontein

5

0

415

24

5

0

415

24

6

0

415

24

Phumalanga

10

0

525

24

10

0

525

24

6

0

525

24

Sterkspruit

11

0

787

24

11

0

787

24

10

0

787

24

Steynsburg

6

0

2734

24

6

0

2734

24

7

0

2734

24

Venterstad

5

0

1994

24

5

0

1994

24

6

0

1994

24

Butterworth

25

0

403

24

25

0

403

24

21

0

403

24

Centane

19

0

1134

24

19

0

1134

24

16

0

1134

24

Idutywa

13

-1

1219

24

13

-1

1219

24

17

0

1219

24

Kei Bridge

6

0

142

24

6

0

142

24

6

0

142

24

Msobomvu

18

0

139

24

18

0

139

24

11

0

139

24

Nqamakwe

10

0

1239

24

10

0

1239

24

8

0

1239

24

Willowvale

16

0

1426

24

16

0

1426

24

8

0

1426

24

Bolotwa

5

0

497

24

5

0

497

24

4

0

497

24

Bridge Camp

4

0

601

24

4

0

601

24

5

0

601

24

Cofimvaba

7

0

1499

24

7

0

1499

24

8

0

1499

24

Tsomo

8

0

1027

24

8

0

1027

24

7

0

1027

24

Adelaide

13

0

1175

24

13

0

1175

24

11

0

1175

24

Bedford

10

0

2123

24

10

0

2123

24

8

0

2123

24

Cookhouse

9

0

2080

24

9

0

2080

24

9

0

2080

24

Cradock

23

0

5937

24

23

0

5937

24

19

0

5937

24

Hofmeyr

8

0

2319

24

8

0

2319

24

8

0

2319

24

Middelburg(EC)

19

0

5650

24

19

0

5650

24

18

0

5650

24

Tarkastad

7

0

3068

24

7

0

3068

24

8

0

3068

24

Beacon Bay

12

0

82

24

12

0

82

24

10

0

82

24

Buffalo Flats

11

0

9

24

11

0

9

24

11

0

9

24

Chalumna

6

0

226

24

6

0

226

24

5

0

226

24

Duncan Village

4

0

7

24

4

0

7

24

13

-2

7

24

East London

24

0

220

24

24

0

220

24

33

0

220

24

Gonubie

11

-1

203

24

11

-1

203

24

9

0

203

24

Kidds Beach

4

0

263

24

4

0

263

24

4

0

263

24

Scenery Park

7

0

263

24

7

0

263

24

7

0

263

24

Barkly East

14

0

2645

24

14

0

2645

24

13

0

2645

24

Cala

10

0

926

24

10

0

926

24

11

0

926

24

Dordrecht

4

-2

1343

24

4

-2

1343

24

6

0

1343

24

Elliot

4

-5

1683

24

4

-5

1683

24

10

0

1683

24

Ida

4

-2

368

24

4

-2

368

24

3

0

368

24

Indwe

4

0

529

24

4

0

529

24

7

0

529

24

Maclear

12

0

878

24

12

0

878

24

8

0

878

24

Rhodes

4

0

1019

24

4

0

1019

24

5

0

1019

24

Rossouw

5

0

600

24

5

0

600

24

2

0

600

24

Ugie

9

0

979

24

9

0

979

24

7

0

979

24

Aberdeen

9

0

6809

24

9

0

6809

24

8

0

6809

24

Graaff-Reinet

21

0

6859

24

21

0

6859

24

14

0

6859

24

Jansenville

7

0

3316

24

7

0

3316

24

6

0

3316

24

Somerset East

14

0

3872

24

14

0

3872

24

13

0

3872

24

Pearston

6

0

2563

24

6

0

2563

24

5

0

2563

24

Alicedale

5

0

437

24

5

0

437

24

6

0

437

24

Committees

4

0

366

24

4

0

366

24

4

0

366

24

Fort Brown

2

-7

1264

24

2

-7

1264

24

3

0

1264

24

Grahamstown

26

0

903

24

26

0

903

24

22

0

903

24

Joza

7

0

125

24

7

0

125

24

14

0

125

24

Paterson

6

0

1031

24

6

0

1031

24

5

0

1031

24

Riebeeck East

5

0

783

24

5

0

783

24

5

0

783

24

Seven Fountains

8

0

635

24

8

0

635

24

4

0

635

24

Hankey

7

0

381

24

7

0

381

24

7

0

381

24

Humansdorp

8

0

1340

24

8

0

1340

24

9

0

1340

24

Jeffreys Bay

8

0

261

24

8

0

261

24

8

0

261

24

Joubertina

8

0

1254

24

8

0

1254

24

5

-1

1254

24

Kareedouw

2

-2

12341

24

2

-2

12341

24

4

0

12341

24

Patensie

4

0

966

24

4

0

966

24

2

-1

966

24

St Francis Bay

6

0

118

24

6

0

118

24

6

-2

118

24

Storms River

6

0

695

24

6

0

695

24

7

0

695

24

Thornhill

6

0

368

24

6

0

368

24

6

0

368

24

Bhisho

16

0

52

24

16

0

52

24

16

0

52

24

Bolo

4

0

820

24

4

0

820

24

3

0

820

24

Dimbaza

10

0

193

24

10

0

193

24

8

0

193

24

Kei Road

7

0

409

24

7

0

409

24

2

-1

409

24

King William'S Town

25

0

74

24

25

0

74

24

19

0

74

24

Kubusiedrift

10

0

254

24

10

0

254

24

3

0

254

24

Ndevana

7

0

44

24

7

0

44

24

7

0

44

24

Punzana

6

0

351

24

6

0

351

24

4

0

351

24

Steve Vukile Tshwete

8

0

175

24

8

0

175

24

8

0

175

24

Stutterheim

11

0

519

24

11

0

519

24

9

0

519

24

Tamara

10

0

354

24

10

0

354

24

8

0

354

24

Zele

8

0

268

24

8

0

268

24

8

0

268

24

Zwelitsha

11

0

71

24

11

0

71

24

10

0

71

24

Afsondering

8

0

507

24

8

0

507

24

10

0

507

24

Avondale

6

0

878

24

6

0

878

24

8

0

878

24

Cedarville

6

0

686

24

9

0

686

24

8

0

686

24

Lukholweni

8

0

430

24

9

0

430

24

9

0

430

24

Maluti

11

0

911

24

19

0

911

24

19

0

911

24

Matatiele

10

0

613

24

12

0

613

24

12

0

613

24

Berlin

8

0

226

24

7

0

226

24

6

0

226

24

Bluewater

11

0

244

24

5

0

244

24

6

0

244

24

Cambridge

8

0

102

24

20

0

102

24

20

0

102

24

Inyibiba

6

0

23

24

6

0

23

24

10

0

23

24

Kei Mouth

6

0

326

24

6

0

326

24

6

0

326

24

Komga

11

0

931

24

11

0

931

24

11

0

931

24

Macleantown

6

0

195

24

6

0

195

24

7

-2

195

24

Mdantsane

18

0

29

24

18

0

29

24

19

0

29

24

Mooiplaas

7

0

208

24

7

0

208

24

4

0

208

24

Vulindlela

16

0

133

24

16

0

133

24

16

0

133

24

Ikamvelihle

11

0

6

24

11

0

6

24

9

0

6

24

Kinkelbos

5

0

421

24

5

0

421

24

5

0

421

24

Kwadwesi

1

-6

27

24

1

-6

27

24

8

0

27

24

Kwazakhele

23

0

14

24

23

0

14

24

22

0

14

24

Motherwell

9

0

39

24

9

0

39

24

14

0

39

24

New Brighton

17

0

11

24

17

0

11

24

17

0

11

24

Paterson

4

0

1031

24

4

0

1031

24

5

0

1031

24

Swartkops

8

0

428

24

8

0

428

24

9

0

428

24

Bizana

12

0

779

24

12

0

779

24

2

-2

779

24

Kwadengane

6

-3

305

24

6

-3

305

24

8

0

305

24

Mount Ayliff

19

0

1064

24

19

0

1064

24

4

0

1064

24

Mount Frere

14

0

1656

24

14

0

1656

24

6

0

1656

24

Mpisi

4

0

385

24

4

0

385

24

12

0

385

24

Mzamba

9

0

524

24

9

0

524

24

4

0

524

24

Tabankulu

13

0

1397

24

13

0

1397

24

9

0

1397

24

Afsonderings

8

0

507

24

8

0

507

24

6

0

507

24

Avondale

6

0

878

24

6

0

878

24

11

0

878

24

Cedarville

9

0

686

24

9

0

686

24

8

0

686

24

Elands Height

31

0

415

24

31

0

415

24

5

0

415

24

Kat-Kop

8

-1

501

24

8

-1

501

24

15

0

501

24

Lukholweni

9

0

430

24

9

0

430

24

9

0

430

24

Maluti

19

0

911

24

19

0

911

24

8

0

911

24

Matatiele

12

0

613

24

12

0

613

24

2

-1

613

24

Afsonderings

6

0

181

24

6

0

181

24

11

-2

181

24

Mbizeni

11

0

1130

24

11

0

1130

24

21

0

1130

24

Mount Fletcher

9

0

322

24

9

0

322

24

23

0

322

24

Tabase

6

0

350

24

6

0

350

24

11

-2

350

24

Zamuxolo

6

0

16

24

6

0

16

24

11

-2

16

24

Algoa Park

11

0

63

24

11

0

63

24

21

0

63

24

Bethelsdorp

9

0

20

24

9

0

20

24

23

0

20

24

Gelvandale

6

0

57

24

6

0

57

24

11

-2

57

24

Humewood

11

0

878

24

11

0

878

24

21

0

878

24

Kabega Park

9

0

491

24

9

0

491

24

23

0

491

24

Mount Road

6

0

30

24

6

0

30

24

11

-2

30

24

Walmer

11

0

102

24

11

0

102

24

21

0

102

24

Coffee Bay

9

0

131

24

9

0

131

24

23

0

131

24

Elliotdale

6

0

529

24

6

0

529

24

11

-2

529

24

Kwaaiman

11

0

458

24

11

0

458

24

21

0

458

24

Mqanduli

9

0

845

24

9

0

845

24

23

0

845

24

Bityi

6

0

887

24

6

0

887

24

11

-2

887

24

Libode

12

0

1078

24

12

0

1078

24

18

-1

1078

24

Madeira

10

-1

17

24

10

-1

17

24

7

0

17

24

Mthatha

17

-2

868

24

17

-2

868

24

11

0

868

24

Ngangelizwe

6

0

67

24

6

0

67

24

13

0

67

24

Ngqeleni

10

0

1400

24

10

0

1400

24

6

0

1400

24

Sulenkama

8

0

565

24

8

0

565

24

3

0

565

24

Tina Falls

3

-1

327

24

3

-1

327

24

4

0

327

24

Tsolo

15

0

2102

24

15

0

2102

24

8

0

2102

24

Qumbu

10

0

488

24

10

0

488

24

4

0

488

24

Alexandria

8

0

907

24

8

0

907

24

6

0

907

24

Bathurst

7

0

459

24

7

0

459

24

5

0

459

24

Bell

8

0

395

24

8

0

395

24

9

0

395

24

Hamburg

5

0

57

24

5

0

57

24

7

0

57

24

Kenton on Sea

8

0

248

24

8

0

248

24

11

0

248

24

Moyeni

6

0

240

24

6

0

240

24

3

2

240

24

Nemato

8

0

61

24

8

0

61

24

9

6

61

24

Port Alfred

6

0

366

24

6

0

366

24

6

0

366

24

Seafield

4

0

402

24

4

0

402

24

18

0

402

24

Flagstaff

9

0

1055

24

9

0

1055

24

6

0

1055

24

Hlababomvu

6

0

356

24

6

0

356

24

8

-1

356

24

Lusikisiki

14

0

1599

24

14

0

1599

24

6

-1

1599

24

Mtontsasa

7

0

524

24

7

0

524

24

5

0

524

24

Port St Johns

12

0

636

24

12

0

636

24

5

0

636

24

Ezibeleni

8

0

32

24

8

0

32

24

10

-2

32

24

Glen Grey

6

0

793

24

6

0

793

24

7

-13

793

24

Henderson

4

0

444

24

4

0

444

24

5

0

444

24

Ilinge

4

0

132

24

4

0

132

24

4

0

132

24

Kleinbulhoek

4

0

486

24

4

0

486

24

4

0

486

24

Kolomane

2

0

82

24

2

0

82

24

7

0

82

24

Lady Frere

6

0

1253

24

6

0

1253

24

14

-2

1253

24

Mlungisi

13

0

14

24

13

0

14

24

9

-5

14

24

Molteno

10

0

24

24

10

0

24

24

11

0

24

24

Ntabethemba

4

0

307

24

4

0

307

24

16

0

307

24

Queenstown

12

-1

1235

24

12

-1

1235

24

3

0

1235

24

Tylden

4

0

682

24

4

0

682

24

5

0

682

24

Thomas River

4

-3

440

24

4

-3

440

24

2

0

440

24

Thornhill Ciskei

4

0

78

24

4

0

78

24

4

0

78

24

Sterkstroom

6

0

1675

24

6

0

1675

24

3

0

1675

24

Cathcart

6

0

1082

24

6

0

1082

24

6

0

1082

24

Whittlesea

11

0

507

24

11

0

507

24

6

0

507

24

Addo

15

0

507

24

15

0

507

24

2

1

507

24

Despatch

8

0

38

24

8

0

38

24

3

0

38

24

Kamesh

16

0

19

24

16

0

19

24

8

-1

19

24

Kirkwood

11

0

1302

24

11

0

1302

24

4

0

1302

24

Kwanobuhle

13

-1

24

24

13

-1

24

24

4

0

24

24

Uitenhage

23

0

1548

24

23

0

1548

24

4

-1

1548

24

Steytlerville

4

0

3279

24

4

0

3279

24

3

0

3279

24

Wolwefontein

4

0

1550

24

4

0

1550

24

4

-1

1550

24

  1. Gauteng

(aaaa) 2015/2016

(bbbb) 2016/2017

(bbb) April 2017 to date

(b)

Police Precinct

(i)(aa) Patrol Vehicles in Service

(i)(bb) Shortages

(ii)

Area Size

(iii)(aaa)

Hours

patrolling

(i)(aa)

Patrol Vehicles in Service

(i)(bb) Shortages

(ii)

Area Size

(iii)(aaa) Hours patrolling

(i)(aa)

Patrol Vehicles in Service

(i) (bb) Shortages

(ii)

Area Size

(iii) (aaa)

Hours

patrolling

Actonville

33

0

9

24

28

-5

9

24

28

-5

9

24

Benoni

66

-6

94

24

54

-18

94

24

54

-18

94

24

Boksburg

34

-6

49

24

35

-5

49

24

35

-5

49

24

Boksburg North

48

+1

46

24

39

-8

46

24

39

-8

46

24

Brakpan

52

-2

180

24

50

-4

180

24

50

-4

180

24

Crystalpark

25

-2

67

24

25

-2

67

24

25

-2

67

24

Daveyton

29

-10

15

24

29

-10

15

24

31

-08

15

24

Etwatwa

29

-4

27

24

28

-5

27

24

28

-5

27

24

Putfontein

20

-1

90

24

18

-3

90

24

18

-3

90

24

Reigerpark

26

+2

17

24

22

-2

17

24

22

-2

17

24

Tsakane

49

+4

54

24

45

0

54

24

45

0

54

24

Devon

17

+3

330

24

15

+1

330

24

15

+1

330

24

Duduza

30

+1

49

24

27

-2

49

24

27

-2

49

24

Dunnottar

20

+5

50

24

17

+2

50

24

17

+2

50

24

Kwa Thema

36

+2

16

24

34

-4

16

24

34

-4

16

24

Nigel

24

-7

393

24

24

-7

393

24

24

-7

393

24

Springs

61

+1

385

24

55

-5

385

24

55

-5

385

24

Edenvale

37

-1

23

24

37

-1

23

24

37

-1

23

24

Ivory Park

40

-18

28

24

44

-14

28

24

44

-14

28

24

Kempton Park

57

-7

99

24

55

-9

99

24

55

-9

99

24

Norkempark

37

+6

36

24

33

+2

36

24

33

+2

36

24

Olifantsfontein

33

+1

197

24

29

-3

197

24

29

-3

197

24

Rabie Ridge

36

+1

18

24

33

-2

18

24

33

-2

18

24

Sebenza

24

+1

50

24

23

0

50

24

23

0

50

24

Tembisa

66

-12

24

24

63

-15

24

24

63

-15

24

24

Tembisa South

0

0

8

24

36

-7

8

24

36

-7

8

24

Alberton

41

-5

51

24

48

=2

51

24

48

+2

51

24

Bedfordview

43

+2

28

24

36

-5

28

24

36

-5

28

24

Brackendowns

37

+5

42

24

33

+1

42

24

33

+1

42

24

Dawn Park

27

+2

47

24

25

0

47

24

25

0

47

24

Edenpark

31

+1

26

24

25

-5

26

24

25

-5

26

24

Elsburg

34

-2

37

24

28

-8

37

24

28

-8

37

24

Germiston

71

+3

42

24

68

0

42

24

68

0

42

24

Katlehong

64

-2

20

24

57

-9

20

24

57

-9

20

24

Katlehong North

42

-1

15

24

32

-11

15

24

32

-11

15

24

Primrose

38

-2

19

24

38

-2

19

24

38

-2

19

24

Tokoza

35

-9

8

24

30

-14

8

24

30

-14

8

24

Vosloorus

40

-16

32

24

40

-16

32

24

40

-16

32

24

Zonkizizwe

18

-1

51

24

18

-1

51

24

18

-1

51

24

Booysens

60

0

33

24

50

-10

33

24

50

-10

33

24

Brixton

38

+1

11

24

30

-7

11

24

30

-7

11

24

Fairland

31

+9

12

24

25

+3

12

24

25

+3

12

24

JHB Central

114

-2

13

24

98

-18

13

24

98

-18

13

24

Langlaagte

34

+6

18

24

27

-1

18

24

27

-1

18

24

Moffatview

42

+8

26

24

37

+3

26

24

37

+3

26

24

Mondeor

44

-10

115

24

36

-18

115

24

36

-18

115

24

Sophia Town

51

0

21

24

44

-7

21

24

44

-7

21

24

Cleveland

42

+7

24

24

38

+3

24

24

38

+3

24

24

Hillbrow

109

+13

10

24

81

-15

10

24

81

-15

10

24

Jeppe

72

+17

10

24

45

-10

10

24

45

-10

10

24

Linden

46

+8

27

24

38

0

27

24

38

0

27

24

Norwood

41

+5

24

24

38

+2

24

24

38

+2

24

24

Parkview

35

+10

18

24

32

+7

18

24

32

+7

18

24

Rosebank

26

+6

6

24

14

-6

6

24

14

-6

6

24

Yeoville

40

-3

6

24

40

-3

6

24

40

-3

6

24

Alexandra

73

+1

7

24

56

-16

7

24

56

-16

7

24

Bramley

43

+7

24

24

35

-1

24

24

35

-1

24

24

Midrand

57

+22

150

24

45

+10

150

24

45

+10

150

24

Sandringham

30

-3

23

24

32

-1

23

24

32

-1

23

24

Sandton

66

-10

75

24

66

-10

75

24

66

-10

75

24

Diepsloot

35

+2

67

24

40

+7

67

24

40

+7

67

24

Douglasdale

53

+1

83

24

54

+2

83

24

54

+2

83

24

Florida

39

-8

47

24

41

-6

47

24

41

-6

47

24

Honeydew

81

+4

108

24

73

-4

108

24

73

-4

108

24

Randburg

50

+5

32

24

32

-13

32

24

32

-13

32

24

Roodepoort

70

+2

59

24

44

-24

59

24

44

-24

59

24

Diepkloof

51

+7

16

24

37

-7

16

24

37

-7

16

24

Eldorado Park

50

-5

35

24

50

-5

35

24

50

-5

35

24

Kliptown

49

-6

19

24

42

-13

19

24

42

-13

19

24

Meadowlands

67

+11

10

24

50

-6

10

24

50

-6

10

24

Orlando

68

+12

16

24

57

+1

16

24

57

+1

16

24

Dobsonville

60

-2

53

24

54

-8

53

24

54

-8

53

24

Jabulani

48

-6

13

24

45

-9

13

24

45

-9

13

24

Lenasia

42

-1

45

24

33

-10

45

24

33

-10

45

24

Lenasia South

35

0

39

24

30

-5

39

24

30

-5

39

24

Moroka

116

+37

23

24

78

-1

23

24

78

-1

23

24

Naledi

26

-3

7

24

21

-8

7

24

21

-8

7

24

Protea Glen

52

-5

39

24

46

-11

39

24

46

-11

39

24

Brooklyn

67

+3

45

24

55

-9

45

24

55

-9

45

24

Garsfontein

51

+6

54

24

55

+10

54

24

55

+10

54

24

Lyttelton

57

+5

152

24

47

-5

152

24

47

-5

152

24

Pretoria Moot

35

0

12

24

29

-6

12

24

29

-6

12

24

Sunnyside

76

-3

20

24

60

-19

20

24

60

-19

20

24

Villieria

32

-6

28

24

28

-10

28

24

28

-10

28

24

Boschkop

23

+1

252

24

21

-1

252

24

21

-1

252

24

Bronkhorstspruit

44

+1

1430

24

38

-5

1430

24

38

-5

1430

24

Cullinan

27

+2

1333

24

19

-6

1333

24

19

-6

1333

24

Eersterust

28

+3

8

24

24

-1

8

24

24

-1

8

24

Ekangala

28

+4

43

24

23

-1

43

24

23

-1

43

24

Kameeldrift

29

+3

249

24

28

+2

249

24

28

+2

249

24

Mamelodi

53

-1

11

24

45

-9

11

24

45

-9

11

24

Mamelodi East

42

-8

48

24

40

-10

48

24

40

-10

48

24

Silverton

33

-23

56

24

37

-19

56

24

37

-19

56

24

Sinoville

33

-17

96

24

35

-15

96

24

35

-15

96

24

Welbekend

22

0

499

24

22

0

499

24

22

0

499

24

Akasia

47

+3

154

24

45

+1

154

24

45

+1

154

24

Dube

22

+9

98

24

20

+7

98

24

20

+7

98

24

Ga-Rankuwa

54

0

60

24

50

-4

60

24

50

-4

60

24

Hammanskraal

33

+11

564

24

32

+10

564

24

32

+10

564

24

Loate

42

+10

41

24

32

0

41

24

32

0

41

24

Mabopane

41

-5

43

24

41

-5

43

24

41

-5

43

24

Pretoria North

35

-6

169

24

34

-7

169

24

34

-7

169

24

Rietgat

39

-9

96

24

34

-14

96

24

34

-14

96

24

Soshanguve

44

-1

70

24

37

-6

70

24

37

-6

70

24

Temba

72

+10

271

24

69

+7

271

24

69

+7

271

24

Atteridgeville

53

+5

80

24

55

+7

80

24

55

+7

80

24

Erasmia

36

+10

211

24

35

+9

211

24

35

+9

211

24

Hercules

37

-1

122

24

36

-2

122

24

36

-2

122

24

Laudium

31

+7

9

24

25

+1

9

24

25

+1

9

24

Olievenhoutbosch

21

-10

76

24

26

-5

76

24

26

-5

76

24

Pretoria Central

110

+21

39

24

85

-4

39

24

85

-4

39

24

Pretoria West

47

0

46

24

40

-7

46

24

40

-7

46

24

Wierdabrug

34

-14

75

24

34

-14

75

24

34

-14

75

24

Wonderboompoort

19

-7

12

24

19

-7

12

24

19

-7

12

24

Boipatong

24

+5

13

24

21

+2

13

24

21

+2

13

24

De Deur

43

+10

264

24

28

-5

264

24

28

-5

264

24

Ennerdale

37

-1

73

24

28

-10

73

24

28

-10

73

24

Evaton

57

-2

44

24

51

-8

44

24

51

-8

44

24

Heidelberg (GP)

40

+13

585

24

31

+4

585

24

31

+4

585

24

Kliprivier

33

+12

349

24

23

+2

349

24

23

+2

349

24

Meyerton

48

+15

272

24

46

+13

272

24

46

+13

272

24

Orange Farms

52

-2

263

24

39

-15

263

24

39

-15

263

24

Ratanda

32

+4

135

24

23

+5

135

24

23

+5

135

24

Sebokeng

62

-12

55

24

55

-19

55

24

55

-19

55

24

Sharpeville

29

-14

18

24

28

-15

18

24

28

-15

18

24

The Barrage

24

+8

343

24

23

+7

343

24

23

+7

343

24

Vaal Marina

13

-1

495

24

9

-5

495

24

9

-5

495

24

Vanderbijlpark

84

+6

139

24

69

-9

139

24

69

-9

139

24

Vereeniging

83

+15

473

24

57

-11

473

24

57

-11

473

24

Bekkersdal

35

+4

144

24

26

-5

144

24

26

-5

144

24

Carletonville

50

+2

757

24

41

-7

757

24

41

-7

757

24

Fochville

29

+3

749

24

23

-3

749

24

23

-3

749

24

Hekpoort

23

+5

402

24

12

-6

402

24

12

-6

402

24

Kagiso

50

-19

78

24

56

-13

78

24

56

-13

78

24

Khutsong

38

+2

69

24

26

-10

69

24

26

-10

69

24

Krugersdorp

62

-13

283

24

55

-20

283

24

55

-20

283

24

Magaliesburg

37

+18

257

24

28

+9

257

24

28

+9

257

24

Muldersdrift

36

+7

203

24

28

-1

203

24

28

-1

203

24

Randfontein

60

-3

499

24

45

-18

499

24

45

-18

499

24

Tarlton

17

-5

128

24

16

-6

128

24

16

-6

128

24

Wedela

10

-3

54

24

10

-3

54

24

10

-3

54

24

Westonaria

32

-15

469

24

32

-15

469

24

32

-15

469

24

  1. Northern Cape

(aaaa) 2015/2016

(bbbb) 2016/2017

(bbb) April 2017 to date

(b)

Police Precinct

(i)(aa) Patrol Vehicles in Service

(i)(bb) Shortages

(ii)

Area Size

(iii)(aaa)

Hours

patrolling

(i)(aa)

Patrol Vehicles in Service

(i) (bb) Shortages

(ii)

Area Size

(iii)(aaa) Hours patrolling

(i)(aa)

Patrol Vehicles in Service

(i)(bb) Shortages

(ii)

Area Size

(iii) (aaa)

Hours

patrolling

Barkly West

14

-2

68.542

24

14

-2

68.542

24

12

-2

68.542

24

Boetsap

7

0

80.00

24

7

0

80.00

24

7

0

80.00

24

Delportshoop

13

-2

3793

24

12

-4

3793

24

12

-4

3793

24

Kuruman

9

-1

11 400

24

9

-1

11 400

24

9

-1

11 400

24

Bathlaros

4

0

70.00

24s

4

0

70.00

24s

4

0

70.00

24s

Boithitong

6

0

170811.58

24

6

0

170811.58

24

6

0

170811.58

24

Heuningvlei

4

0

28 000

24

4

0

28 000

24

4

0

28 000

24

Augrabies

8

-6

6500

24

8

-6

6500

24

8

-6

6500

24

Upington

12

-4

17 617

24

12

-4

17 617

24

12

-4

17 617

24

Kakamas

4

-5

7500

24

4

-5

7500

24

4

-5

7500

24

Kenhardt

2

-1

19 634

24

2

-1

19 634

24

2

-1

19 634

24

Groblershoop

5

-4

8005.56

24

5

-4

8005.56

24

5

-4

8005.56

24

Kanoneiland

6

-2

754

24

6

-2

754

24

6

-2

754

24

Noenieput

2

0

800

24

2

0

800

24

2

0

800

24

Pabalello

6

-16

8014

24

6

-16

8014

24

6

-16

8014

24

Rietfontein

3

-3

66 236

24

3

-3

66 236

24

3

-3

66 236

24

Rosedale

14

-2

800

24

14

-2

800

24

14

-2

800

24

Postmasburg

11

-4

5227

24

11

-4

5227

24

11

-4

5227

24

Danielskuil

2

-4

174.63

24

2

-4

174.63

24

2

-4

174.63

24

Lime Acres

2

-4

255

24

1

-4

255

24

1

-5

255

24

Strydenburg

4

-1

3500

24

4

-1

3500

24

4

-1

3500

24

Britstown

3

-3

120 800

24

3

-3

120 800

24

3

-3

120 800

24

Colesberg

0

-4

174.84

24

0

-4

174.84

24

0

-4

174.84

24

Hanover

2

0

80.77

24

2

0

80.77

24

2

0

80.77

24

Kuyasa

4

0

1110

24

4

0

1110

24

4

0

1110

24

Norvalspont

5

0

1000

24

5

0

1000

24

5

0

1000

24

Noupoort

12

0

1000

24

12

0

1000

24

12

0

1000

24

Petrusville

1

-2

855

24

1

-2

855

24

1

-2

855

24

Philipstown

3

0

66 343

24

3

0

66 343

24

3

0

66 343

24

Richmond

13

0

7880

24

13

0

7880

24

13

0

7880

24

Sunrise

1

-5

8784

24

1

-5

8784

24

1

-5

8784

24

Victoria West

13

-5

7880

24

13

-5

7880

24

13

-5

7880

24

Hopetown

6

0

8000

24

6

0

8000

24

6

0

8000

24

Belmont

2

0

24000

24

2

0

24000

24

1

0

24000

24

Vanderkloof

3

0

1050

24

3

0

1050

24

3

0

1050

24

Carnarvon

6

0

324 000

24

6

0

324 000

24

6

0

324 000

24

Loxton

4

-2

3600

24

4

-2

3600

24

4

-2

3600

24

Van Wyksvlei

5

0

4500

24

5

0

4500

24

5

0

4500

24

Vosburg

4

-4

4500

24

4

-4

4500

24

4

-4

4500

24

Marydale

2

-3

2432

24

2

-3

2432

24

2

-3

2432

24

Springbok

5

0

5536

24

5

0

5536

24

5

0

5536

24

Calvinia

9

0

9725

24

9

0

9725

24

9

0

9725

24

Brandvlei

7

0

14442

24

7

0

14442

24

7

0

14442

24

Fraserburg

10

0

10000

24

10

0

10000

24

10

0

10000

24

Loeriesfontein

5

0

9060

24

5

0

9060

24

5

0

9060

24

Middelpos

4

0

9060

24

4

0

9060

24

4

0

9060

24

Niewoudtsville

3

-2

900

24

3

-2

900

24

3

-2

900

24

Sutherland

9

-1

9061

24

9

-1

9061

24

9

-1

9061

24

Williston

8

-1

13 500

24

8

-1

13 500

24

8

-1

13 500

24

Pofadder

4

-2

7327.2

24

4

-2

7327.2

24

4

-2

7327.2

24

Aggeneys

8

0

2740

24

8

0

2740

24

8

0

2740

24

Onseepkans

5

0

1148

24

5

0

1148

24

5

0

1148

24

Pella

9

0

2895

24

9

0

2895

24

9

0

2895

24

Garies

4

-1

14 210

24

4

-1

14 210

24

4

-1

14 210

24

Hondeklipbaai

9

0

4500

24

9

0

4500

24

9

0

4500

24

Kammieskroon

2

-4

8760

24

2

-4

8760

24

2

-4

8760

24

Kommaggas

4

0

898.28

24

4

0

898.28

24

4

0

898.28

24

Nababeeb

2

-2

2339

24

2

-2

2339

24

2

-2

2339

24

Steinkopf

6

0

440

24

6

0

440

24

6

0

440

24

Vioolsdrift

2

0

492

24

2

0

492

24

2

0

492

24

Port Nolloth

7

0

9770

24

7

0

9770

24

7

0

9770

24

Alexanderbay

9

0

9.5

24

9

0

9.5

24

9

0

9.5

24

Kleinsee

4

0

6000

24

4

0

6000

24

4

0

6000

24

Wrenchwille

8

-1

1667

24

8

-0

1667

24

8

-0

1667

24

Campbell

9

0

2648.93

24

9

0

2648.93

24

9

0

2648.93

24

Douglas

3

0

200

24

3

0

200

24

3

0

200

24

Griekwastad

4

0

66 343

24

4

0

66 343

24

4

0

66 343

24

Plooysburg

2

-4

200

24

2

-4

200

24

2

-4

200

24

Prieksa

2

0

10882

24

2

0

10882

24

2

0

10882

24

Niekerkshoop

2

0

12 000

24

2

0

12 000

24

2

0

12 000

24

Hartswater

9

0

684

24

9

0

684

24

9

0

684

24

Boetsap

8

0

80

24

8

0

80

24

8

0

80

24

Windsorton

8

-1

13.6

24

8

-1

13.6

24

8

-1

13.6

24

Kagisho

15

-2

80

24

15

-2

80

24

15

-2

80

24

Pampierstad

12

0

2500

24

12

0

2500

24

12

0

2500

24

Galeshewe

12

0

13.6

24

12

0

13.6

24

12

0

13.6

24

Roodepan

5

-1

13.6

24

5

-1

13.6

24

5

-1

13.6

24

Kimberley

12

0

140 800

24

12

0

140 800

24

12

0

140 800

24

Jan Kempdorp

3

0

2500

24

3

0

2500

24

3

0

2500

24

Mothibistad

9

0

8750

24

9

0

8750

24

9

0

8750

24

Tsineng

5

0

19255

24

5

0

19255

24

5

0

19255

24

Severn

3

0

684

24

3

0

684

24

3

0

684

24

Van Zylsrus

4

0

8000

24

4

0

8000

24

4

0

8000

24

Olifantshoek

6

-1

70

24

6

-1

70

24

6

-1

70

24

Kathu

12

-4

1940

24

12

-4

1940

24

12

-1

1940

24

Deben

8

0

1100

24

8

0

1100

24

8

0

1100

24

Dingleton

7

-1

70

24

7

-1

70

24

7

-1

70

24

11 September 2017 - NW1861

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Mbhele, Mr ZN to ask the Minister of Police

What are the relevant crime statistics for the satellite police station in Sedgefield in the Western Cape for the (a) 2012-13, (b) 2013-14, (c) 2014-15, (d) 2015-16 and (e) 2016-17 financial years?

Reply:

(a)(b)(c)(d) As per attached document.

(e) The statistics for the period mentioned, have not yet been released, and may therefore, not be made public.

COMPARATIVE CRIME STATISTICS

Sedgefield

Period: April 2015 to March 2016 compared with previous three years for the same period

           

6

   

CRIME CATEGORY

Apr 2012 - Mar 2013

Apr 2013 - Mar 2014

Apr 2014 - Mar 2015

Apr 2015 - Mar 2016

% Difference 2013/2014

% Difference 2014/2015

% Difference 2015/2016

 
 

43

56

69

82

       

CONTACT CRIMES (CRIMES AGAINST A PERSON)

Murder

4

2

1

4

-50.00%

-50.00%

300.00%

 

Attempted Murder

2

0

6

1

-100.00%

6 Cases more

-83.33%

 

Assault GBH

68

60

49

47

-11.76%

-18.33%

-4.08%

 

Assault Common

62

73

69

51

17.74%

-5.48%

-26.09%

 

Robbery Aggravated

2

10

22

25

400.00%

120.00%

13.64%

 

Robbery Common

11

5

12

10

-54.55%

140.00%

-16.67%

 

Total of All Sexual Offences

20

17

11

17

-15.00%

-35.29%

54.55%

 

TOTAL

169

167

170

155

-1.18%

1.80%

-8.82%

 

CONTACT RELATED CRIMES

 

Arson

2

0

0

0

-100.00%

0 Cases

0 Cases

 

Malicious damage to property

44

37

28

31

-15.91%

-24.32%

10.71%

 

TOTAL

46

37

28

31

-19.57%

-24.32%

10.71%

 

PROPERTY RELATED CRIMES

Burglary at residential premises

136

259

209

196

90.44%

-19.31%

-6.22%

 

Burglary at non-residential premises

19

33

37

23

73.68%

12.12%

-37.84%

 

Theft of motor vehicle and motorcycle

5

6

4

4

20.00%

-33.33%

0.00%

 

Theft out of or from motor vehicle

66

42

116

59

-36.36%

176.19%

-49.14%

 

Stock Theft

0

0

0

0

0 Cases

0 Cases

0 Cases

 

TOTAL

226

340

366

282

50.44%

7.65%

-22.95%

 

OTHER SERIOUS CRIMES

Other theft not mentioned elsewhere

169

148

154

143

-12.43%

4.05%

-7.14%

 

Commercial Crime

9

13

20

15

44.44%

53.85%

-25.00%

 

Shoplifting

8

6

10

10

-25.00%

66.67%

0.00%

 

TOTAL

186

167

184

168

-10.22%

10.18%

-8.70%

 

CRIMES HEAVILY DEPENDENT ON POLICE ACTION FOR DETECTION

Illegal possession of firearms and ammunition

1

0

3

1

-100.00%

3 Cases more

-66.67%

 

Drug related crime

109

76

76

80

-30.28%

0.00%

5.26%

 

Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs

46

29

25

10

-36.96%

-13.79%

-60.00%

 

Sexual Offences : as a result of police action

0

0

0

0

0 Cases

0 Cases

0 Cases

 

TOTAL

156

105

104

91

-32.69%

-0.95%

-12.50%

 

SUB CATEGORIES OF ROBBERY AGGRAVATED *

Carjacking

0

0

0

0

0 Cases

0 Cases

0 Cases

 

Truck hijacking

0

0

0

0

0 Cases

0 Cases

0 Cases

 

Robbery of cash in transit

0

0

0

0

0 Cases

0 Cases

0 Cases

 

Bank robbery

0

0

0

0

0 Cases

0 Cases

0 Cases

 

House robbery

0

3

6

9

3 Cases more

100.00%

50.00%

 

Business robbery

0

2

5

7

2 Cases more

150.00%

40.00%

 

TOTAL

0

5

11

16

5 Cases more

120.00%

45.45%

 

* Already accounted for under the category Robbery Aggravated

           

TOTAL 17 PRIORITY CRIMES

627

711

748

636

13.40%

5.20%

-14.97%

 

TOTAL TRIO CRIMES

0

5

11

16

5 Cases more

120.00%

45.45%

 

11 September 2017 - NW1688

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Esau, Mr S to ask the Minister of Police

What is the total number of applications for interim protection orders that were brought by the South African Police Services in terms of section 4(3) of the Domestic Violence Act, Act 116 of 1998 in each (a) police station and (b) province (i) in each of the past five financial years and (ii) since 1 April 2017?

Reply:

(a)(i)(ii) Nil.

(b)(i)(ii) Nil.

11 September 2017 - NW1954

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Waters, Mr M to ask the Minister of Police

How many drug-related cases from the Kempton Park Police Station in Gauteng (a) went to court and (b) ended in successful convictions in the 2016-17 financial year?

Reply:

(a) 371 drug-related cases went to court, from the Kempton Park Police Station, in Gauteng.

(b) 36 drug-related cases ended in successful convictions, in the 2016/2017 financial year.

06 September 2017 - NW1361

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Kruger, Mr HC to ask the Minister of Police

Whether, with reference to his reply to question 2203 on 31 October 2016, the outstanding information has been sourced; if not, why not; if so, by what date will it be communicated?

Reply:

Yes information has been sourced. see below the Tables link:

(a)(i)http://pmg-assets.s3-website-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/RNW1361TableAi-170906.pdf

(b)(i)

SALARY LEVEL

TOTAL POSTS VACANT

SL 14

12

SL 13

16

SL 10

97

SL 8

217

SL 6

507

SL 5

739

Total

1147

(a)(ii) https://pmg.org.za/files/RNW1361TableAii-170906.pdf

(b)(ii)

SALARY LEVEL

TOTAL POSTS VACANT

SL 14

8

SL 8

44

SL 6

448

SL 5

597

Total

282

(a)(iii)

RAG vs Actual 2011-2012

Salary Level

FE

Actual

Gap (surplus (+) shortage (-) )

SL16

0

0

0

SL 15

1

1

0

SL 14

14

11

-3

SL 13

45

19

-26

SL 12

130

164

34

SL 10

345

262

-83

SL 8

686

551

-135

SL 7

665

1011

346

SL 6

667

203

-464

SL 5

1015

344

-671

SL 4 & below

286

371

85

Total

3854

2937

-917

(b)(iii)

SALARY LEVEL

TOTAL POSTS VACANT

SL 14

3

SL 13

26

SL 10

83

SL 8

135

SL 6

464

SL 5

671

Total

917

(a)(iv) http://pmg-assets.s3-website-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/RNW1361TableAiv-170906.pdf

(b)(iv)

SALARY LEVEL

TOTAL POSTS VACANT

SL 14

2

SL 13

28

SL 10

76

SL 8

107

SL 6

464

SL 5

704

Total

949

(a)(v) https://pmg.org.za/files/RNW1361TableAv-170906.pdf

(b)(v)

SALARY LEVEL

TOTAL POSTS VACANT

SL 14

4

SL 13

35

SL 10

94

SL 8

173

SL 6

519

SL 5

238

SL 4 & BELOW

155

Total

1034

(a)(vi) http://pmg-assets.s3-website-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/RNW1361TableAvi-170906.pdf

(b)(vi)

SALARY LEVEL

TOTAL POSTS VACANT

SL 13

25

SL 10

57

SL 8

140

SL 6

462

SL 5

485

Total

970

(a)(vii) http://pmg-assets.s3-website-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/RNW1361TableAvii-170906.pdf

(b)(vii)

SALARY LEVEL

TOTAL POSTS VACANT

SL 13

12

SL 10

60

SL 8

134

SL 6

471

SL 5

454

Total

1037

06 September 2017 - NW1426

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De Freitas, Mr MS to ask the Minister of Police

(1) (a) What resources are lacking at the Mondeor Police Station in Johannesburg, (b) when will the specified resources be provided, (c) why have these resources not been provided previously and (d) what has been put in place in the interim to address this resource short-fall; (2) (a) how many posts are vacant at the specified police station, (b) when will the vacancies be filled, (c) why have the vacancies not been filled previously and (d) what measures have been put in place in the interim to address this human resource short-fall?

Reply:

(1)(a) There is a shortage of 18 vehicles at the Mondeor Police Station.

(1)(b) Two vehicles were allocated to Visible Policing and two vehicles were allocated to the Detective Service, in the 2016/2017 financial year.

(1)(c) The allocation is based on the limited availability of new vehicles.

(1)(d) The Police Station has been earmarked for an additional allocation in the 2017/2018 financial year.

(2)(a) Fixed Establishment: 189.

Actual Personnel Strength: 214.

Surplus: 25.

Although there are surplus personnel at the Police Station, the following three posts, at the level of Captain (salary level eight), have been prioritised for advertisement in the next promotion round:

  • 1 x CIMAC Official;
  • 1 x Sub-Section Commander: Human Resource Management; and
  • 1 x Sub-Section Commander: Shifts.

(b) Vacant posts will be advertised in June 2017, and it is envisaged that they will be filled by 31 August 2017.

(c) No allocation of posts were received prior to these allocations.

(d) Vacancies are monitored on a monthly basis and requests are sent to the South African Police Service (SAPS) Head Office, for the allocation and advertisement of posts.

06 September 2017 - NW1358

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Krumbock, Mr GR to ask the Minister of Police

Whether, with reference to his reply to question 1528 on 25 May 2015, the outstanding information has been sourced; if not, why not; if so, by what date will it be communicated?

Reply:

The outstanding information, with reference to the reply to Question 1528, posed on 25 May 2015, has been sourced and is attached as Annexure A.

06 September 2017 - NW1357

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Lotriet, Prof A to ask the Minister of Police

Whether, with reference to his reply to question 1550 on 5 May 2015, the outstanding information has been sourced; if not, why not; if so, by what date will it be communicated?

Reply:

The Question in Parliament, no 1357, that appears in the National Assembly Internal Question Paper no 17 dated 19 May 2017, refers.

The reply to Question 1550 is submitted, A copy of question 1550 is thereof attached for easy reference.

06 September 2017 - NW1362

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Kruger, Mr HC to ask the Minister of Police

Whether, with reference to his reply to question 1067 on 25 April 2016, the outstanding information has been sourced; if not, why not; if so, by what date will it be communicated?

Reply:

(1)(a)(i)(aa) 2009-10 16

(1)(a)(i)(bb) 2010-11 16

(1)(a)(i)(cc) 2011-12 56 (CATS capacity decentralized to all provinces)

(1)(a)(i)(dd) 2012-13 64

(1)(a)(i)(ee) 2013-14 64

(1)(a)(i)(ff) 2014-15 64

(1)(a)(i)(gg) 2015-16 67

(1)(a)(ii) April 2016 68

(1)(b) how many investigations did it initiate in each of the specified financial years;

2009-10 43

2010-11 118

2011-2012 161

2012-13 128

2013-14 175

2014-15 172

2015-16 227

(ii) April 2016 27

(2) Herewith the citation from the Act:

17D. Functions of Directorate.

(1) The functions of the Directorate are to prevent, combat and investigate—

(a) National priority offences, which in the opinion of the Head of the Directorate need to be addressed by the Directorate, subject to any policy guidelines issued by the Ministerial Committee; and

(b) any other offence or category of offences referred to it from time to time by the National Commissioner, subject to any policy guidelines issued by the Ministerial Committee

(2) If, during the course of an investigation by the Directorate, evidence of any other crime is detected and the National Head (DPCI) considers it in the interests of justice, or in the public interest, he or she may extend the investigation so as to include any offence which he or she suspects to be connected with the subject of the investigation.

(3) The National Head of the Directorate may, if he or she has reason to suspect that a national priority offence has been or is being committed, request the National Director of Public Prosecutions to designate a Director of Public Prosecutions to exercise the powers of section 28 of the National Prosecuting Authority Act, 1998 (Act No. 32 of 1998).

 

National Priority Offence includes but not limited to:

  • "Schedule (Section 16(2)(iA))
  • High treason;
  • any offence referred to in paragraph (a) of the definition of 'specified offence' of the Protection of Constitutional Democracy against Terrorist and Related Activities Act, 2004 (Act No. 33 of 2004);
  • sedition;
  • any offence referred to in Schedule 1 to the Implementation of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court Act, 2002 (Act No. 27 of 2002);
  • any offence referred to in Chapters 2, 3 and 4 of the Prevention of Organised Crime Act, 1998 (Act No. 121 of 1998);
  • any offence referred to in section 13(f) of the Drugs and Drug Trafficking Act, 1992 (Act No. 140 of 1992);
  • any offence referred to in the Non-Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction Act, 1993 (Act No. 87 of 1993);
  • any offence relating to the dealing in or smuggling of ammunition, firearms, explosives or armament and the unlawful possession of such firearms, explosives or armament;
  • any offence contemplated in Chapter 2 and section 34 of the Prevention and Combating of Corrupt Activities Act, 2004 (Act No. 12 of 2004);
  • any offence referred to in the Regulation of Foreign Military Assistance Act, 1998 (Act No. 15 of 1998), or the Prohibition of Mercenary Activities and the Regulation of Certain Activities in Country of Armed Conflict Act, 2006 (Act No. 27 of 2006);
  • any offence referred to in the National Conventional Arms Control Act, 2002 (Act No. 41 of 2002);
  • any offence the punishment wherefore may be imprisonment for life."

Comments

Members of Crimes Against the State Unit are multi-skilled and the National Head (DPCI) can assign any type of investigation to the members irrespective of its extent, nature, triviality and complexity.

06 September 2017 - NW1355

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Lotriet, Prof A to ask the Minister of Police

Whether, with reference to his reply to question 1378 on 5 May 2015, the outstanding information has been sourced; if not, why not; if so, by what date will it be communicated?

Reply:

The Question in Parliament, no 1355, that appears in the National Assembly Internal Question Paper no 17 dated 19 May 2017, refers.

The reply to Question 1378 is here by submitted. An attachment of question 1378 is thereof included for easy reference.

06 September 2017 - NW1359

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Krumbock, Mr GR to ask the Minister of Police

Whether, with reference to his reply to question 1070 on 25 April 2016, the outstanding information has been sourced; if not, why not; if so, by what date will it be communicated?

Reply:

Yes information was sources:A decision was taken by the Acting National Commissioner of the South African Police Service (SAPS) to establish a National Management Interventions to replace the former Division: National Inspectorate.

Lieutenant General GJ Kruser has been subsequently appointed as the Deputy National Commissioner of National Management Interventions and is currently busy with the processes for the establishment, roles and functions thereof. This is part of the Back to Basics strategy and is with the objective of increasing the effectiveness, accountability and functioning of the whole SAPS, as well as assessing the outcomes and impacts of such interventions as part of this strategy.

05 September 2017 - NW2184

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Figlan, Mr AM to ask the Minister of Police

(1)(a) How many operators are (i) employed to answer the 10111 emergency line and (ii) are on duty at any given time and (b) (i) what is the total number of vacancies that exist for operators answering the 10111 emergency line and (ii) what is the breakdown of that number (aa) nationally and (bb) in each province; (2) what is the average (a) waiting period for calls placed to the 10111 emergency line to be answered, (b) amount of times a call is transferred before a local police unit is dispatched and (c) time duration of a call placed to the 10111 emergency line from the time a call is placed to the time a police unit is dispatched?

Reply:

(1)(a)(i)(ii)(b)(i)(ii)(aa)(bb)

(1)(b)(ii)(aa)(bb) Province

(1)(a)(i)

Operators Employed

(1)(a)(ii)

Per Shift (12 hour shifts)

(1)(b)(i)

Vacancies

Gauteng

247

54

69

KwaZulu-Natal

113

18

21

Free State

50

11

0

Mpumalanga

43

12

0

Limpopo

49

10

7

North West

8

2

8

Northern Cape

29

5

64

Western Cape

76

11

9

Eastern Cape

139

31

106

Total

754

154

284

(2)

Province

(2)(a)

Average time

(2)(b)

Calls transferred

(2)(c)

Time duration

Gauteng

11 seconds

1 time

4 minutes

KwaZulu-Natal

7 seconds

1 time

3 minutes

Free State

7 seconds

1 time

4 minutes

Mpumalanga

7 seconds

1 time

4 minutes

Limpopo

19 seconds

1 time

5 minutes

North West

7 seconds

1 time

4 minutes

Northern Cape

7 seconds

1 time

5 minutes

Western Cape

7 seconds

1 time

5 minutes

Eastern Cape

7 seconds

1 time

5 minutes

05 September 2017 - NW1955

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Waters, Mr M to ask the Minister of Police

How many drug-related cases from the Norkem Park Police Station in Gauteng (a) went to court and (b) ended in successful convictions in the 2016-17 financial year?

Reply:

(a) 177 drug-related cases went to court, from the Norkem Park Police Station, in Gauteng.

(b) 22 drug-related cases ended in successful convictions, in the 2016/2017 financial year.

05 September 2017 - NW2191

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Grootboom, Mr GA to ask the Minister of Police

What is the shortage of (a) public order policing vehicles and (b) trained public order policing unit members in the (i) Empangeni, (ii) Richard’s Bay, (iii) Melmoth, (iv) Esikhawini, (v) Eshowe and (vi) Mtunzini Police Stations?

Reply:

(a) Public Order Policing (POP) vehicles:

(i) Empangeni – Shortage of eight vehicles at POP Unit.

(ii) Richard’s Bay – No POP Unit.

(iii) Melmoth – No POP Unit.

(iv) Esikhawini – No POP Unit.

(v) Eshowe – No POP Unit.

(vi) Mtunzini – No POP Unit.

(b) Trained Public Order Policing unit members:

(i) Empangeni – No shortage of trained POP members.

(ii) Richard’s Bay – No POP Unit.

(iii) Melmoth – No POP Unit.

(iv) Esikhawini – No POP Unit.

(v) Eshowe – No POP Unit.

(vi) Mtunzini – No POP Unit.

The following Police Stations; (i) Empangeni, (ii) Richard’s Bay, (iii) Melmoth, (iv) Esikhawini, (v) Eshowe and (vi) Mtunzini, are serviced by the Empangeni POP Unit.

The shortage of vehicles at the Empangeni POP Unit, is eight vehicles, which are in the process of being boarded. There are 34 vehicles allocated to the unit, which is sufficient. However, the boarding of the eight vehicles causes a shortage, in terms of vehicles allocated, versus actual.

In terms of the Fixed Establishment (FE), there is no shortage of trained POP members, at the Empangeni POP Unit.

05 September 2017 - NW2179

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Mbhele, Mr ZN to ask the Minister of Police

(1)What amounts has (a) his department and/or (b) any of the entities reporting to him spent on legal fees on behalf of the former National Police Commissioner, Ms Riah Phiyega, in her review application against the findings of the Farlam Commission; (2) what is the basis on which the legal fees for the said review application was paid on behalf of the specified person?

Reply:

(1)(a)(b) The amount to be paid by the State Attorney, is R599 277,50.

(2) Legal fees were paid, since the findings made by the Farlam Commission were as a result of the position that former General Phiyega held. Due to her position as National Commissioner of the South African Police Service (SAPS), it was decided to provide legal representation at State cost for her review proceedings.

05 September 2017 - NW1594

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Mhlongo, Mr P to ask the Minister of Police

Whether his department investigated the claims that were internationally reported by Al Jazeera, that a certain person (name and details furnished) is involved in rhino poaching; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

Yes, the matter was investigated by Serious Organised Crime, per Enquiry No. 19/11/2016.

There is no evidence linking the person (name and details furnished) to rhino poaching activities.

05 September 2017 - NW1952

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Steenhuisen, Mr JH to ask the Minister of Police

(1)Since his reply to question 1139 on 7 June 2017, what progress has been made in respect of CAS 567/03/2017 opened at Midrand; 2) have any of the computers stolen from the Office of the Chief Justice’s offices on 18 March 2017 been recovered; if so, what are the relevant details; (3) has the suspect which was arrested and subsequently remanded for further investigation been criminally charged; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (4) has (a) the Gauteng Provincial Investigation Unit and/or (b) any other unit in the SA Police Service made any further arrests; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

(1) The case has been remanded in court. No further suspects could at this stage be linked to the case. Concerted efforts are being made to locate the stolen computers.

(2) None of the stolen computers have been recovered, thus far.

(3) Yes, the arrested suspect has been criminally charged and the case has been remanded to, 17 July 2017.

(4)(a)(b) Gauteng Provincial Investigation Unit has not made any further arrests. Currently, there is no evidence that links any other person to the case.

05 September 2017 - NW2086

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Mhlongo, Mr P to ask the Minister of Police

Whether (a) his department and/or (b) any entities reporting to him are funding, including by way of discretionary funding, any institution of research and development (i) domestically and/or (ii) internationally; if so, (aa)(aaa) what are the names of the specified institutions and (bbb) what are their functions, (bb) from what date has his department or any entity reporting to him been funding them and (cc) what amount has his department contributed towards such funding?

Reply:

(a)(i)(ii)(aa)(aaa)(bbb)(bb)(cc) The South African Police Service (SAPS), is not currently funding any institution of research and development, domestically and/or internationally.

It is, however, of importance to note the existence of a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA), which was concluded on 18 February 2014, between the SAPS and the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR). The MOA was realised, as a result of the need by the SAPS to access scientific and engineering expertise. This was to support both the operational and strategic components, in responding to the strategic objectives and priorities of the SAPS, which includes the modernisation of various aspects of policing. This is based on a quotation basis for a specific service, when requested.

(b) For a reply by the entities reporting to the Minister of Police.

05 September 2017 - NW1897

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Mhlongo, Mr P to ask the Minister of Police

Whether (a) his department and (b) each entity reporting to him appointed transaction advisors for tenders in the period 1 January 2012 to 31 December 2016; if so, (i) who were the transaction advisors that were appointed for the tenders, (ii) for which tenders were they appointed, (iii) what was the pricing for the tenders in question and (iv) what amount were the transaction advisors paid?

Reply:

a) The South African Police Service (SAPS) did not appoint any transaction advisors for tenders during the period, 1 January 2012 to 31 December 2016.

b) For a reply by other entities who report to the Minister.

(i)(ii)(iii) and (iv) Not applicable.

05 September 2017 - NW2023

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Figlan, Mr AM to ask the Minister of Police

(1)(a) In how many Integrated Community Registration Outreach Programme events did his department participate in the 2016-17 financial year, (b) on what date did each event take place and (c) in which (i) province, (ii) municipality and (iii) ward did each event take place; (2) whether his department incurred any costs to participate in the specified events; if so, what was the total amount incurred in respect of each event

Reply:

(1)(a)(b)(c)(i)(ii)(iii) and (2)

(1)(a) NUMBER

(1)(b)

DATE

(1)(c)(i) PROVINCE

(1)(c)(ii) MUNICIPALITY

(1)(c)(iii) WARD

(2)

BUDGET

3

2016-04-12

Eastern Cape

Ngqushwa

Ward 6

*R493 170,50

 

2016-07-19

 

Mbizana

Ward 25

*R467 481,04

 

2016-11-18

 

King Sabata Dutywa

Ward 31

*R4 543 693,00

2

2016-04-01

Free State

Mathjabeng

Ward 22

*R222 228,00

 

2016-08-12

 

Maluti A Phofung

Ward 6

*R476 564,80

0

-

Gauteng

-

-

No cost

1

2016-09-29

KwaZulu-Natal

Ethekwini

Ward 2

*R750 000,00

1

2016-11-05

Limpopo

Belabela

Ward 3

*R462 550,00

2

 

2016-06-24

Mpumalanga

Emalahleni Local Municipality

Ward 30

R500 000,00

 

2016-11-14

 

Thembisile Hani Municipality

Ward 01

*R1 208 624,79

4

2016-11-30

North West

Ratlou Local Municipality

Ward 2

*R53 600,00

 

2017-01-27

 

Rusternburg Local Municipality

Ward 44

*R1 320 500,00

 

2017-03-17

 

Madibeng Local Municipality

Ward 12

*R371 490,00

 

2016-12-02

 

Ratlou Local Municipality

Ward 10

*R354 875,00

7

2016-05-11

Northern Cape

Sol Plattjie

Ward 14

*R30 000,00

 

2016-05-12

 

Dikgatlong

Ward 2

*R21 000,00

 

2016-06-23

 

Kail Garip

Ward 01

*R480 163,27

 

2016-08-31

 

Sol Plaatjie

Ward 11

*R43 000,00

 

2016-09-21

 

Sol Plaatjie

Ward 16

*R4 800,00

 

2016-11-15

 

Emthanjeni

Ward 3

*R337 015,00

 

2017-03-24

 

Kai Garip

Ward 4

*R499 000,00

(1)(a) NUMBER

(1)(b)

DATE

(1)(c)(i) PROVINCE

(1)(c)(ii) MUNICIPALITY

(1)(c)(iii) WARD

(2)

BUDGET

8

2016-04-18

Western Cape

Nyanga Browns farm

Ward 34

*R230 513,00

 

2016-05-27

 

Khayelitsha Site C

Ward 18

*R490 038,00

**R315 514,00

 

2016-10-05

 

Nyanga Browns Farm

Ward 80

*R1 575,00

 

2016-11-02

 

Oudtshoorn Bongolethu

Ward 4 & 8

*R406,570,00

 

2016-11-09

 

Nyanga ( Browns farm )

Ward 37

*R7 050,00

 

2016-12-08

 

Belhar

Ward 22

*R159 976,00

 

2016-12-09

 

Delft

Ward 13

*R496 370,00

**R164 890,00

 

2017-03-25

 

Dysselsdorp

Ward 10

*R442 120,00

PROVINCIAL

**R480 404,00

NATIONAL

*R14 873 967,40

TOTAL

R15 354 371,40

* National Budget

**Provincial Budget

05 September 2017 - NW2185

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Gqada, Ms T to ask the Minister of Police

With reference to his reply to question 1042 on 13 June 2017, (a) what are the relevant details of (i) the incident(s) for which 18 members were suspended on 11 September 2012, and (ii) the incident(s) for which three members were suspended on 30 August 2012, (b) in each case, what is the current status of the disciplinary matter against the specified member(s)?

Reply:

(a) The Kwamaphumulo (KTA) and Stanger Taxi Associations (STA), in Kwazulu-Natal, have been embroiled in conflict that has claimed many casualties, amongst others, the killing of Lieutenant Colonel (Lt Col) Chonco and Inkosi Mbongezi Zondi, an ex-member of the Cato Manor Organised Crime Unit.

Lt Col Chonco was appointed as the Provincial Co-ordinator and was tasked to investigate the taxi violence between the KTA and the STA.

On 27 August 2008, Lt Col Chonco was killed, whilst transporting accused persons to court. The KTA was suspected of being involved in the killing of the officer.

It is alleged that the killing of Lt Col Chonco had triggered the Cato Manor South African Police Service (SAPS) members’ elimination of all the persons suspected in the involvement of the death of Lt Col Chonco.

The 18 members who were suspended on 11 September 2012 and the three members who were suspended on 30 August 2012, respectively, are members of the Cato Manor SAPS, who were allegedly involved in the elimination of the suspects who were involved in the killing of Lt Col Chonco and Inkosi Mbongezi Zondi.

The disciplinary cases against the members, involve allegations of tampering with the murder scenes in Esikhaweni: CAS 103/04/2010, Durban Central: CAS 185/02/2009, Tongaat: CAS 190/03/2009, Durban North: CAS 69/07/2011 and Melmoth: CAS 142/11/2008.

(a)(i)(ii)The incidents relate to allegations that Cato Manor SAPS members shot and killed members of the community, who according to them, were suspects in the cases that they were investigating.

N.B. The three members attached to the National Intervention Unit (NIU), based in Durban, were involved in the same offences with the Cato Manor Organised Crime Unit. However, the NIU is a component reporting to the Division: Operational Response Services, while the 18 members are reporting to the Head: Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (DPCI).

(b) Melmoth CAS, 142/11/2008.

All the employees charged, were acquitted of the alleged misconduct.

Esikhawini, CAS 103/04/2010.

The disciplinary hearing was postponed indefinitely.

Tongaat, CAS 190/03/2009.

All employees have appeared before the Chairperson. The matter is postponed indefinitely for closing arguments.

Durban Central, CAS 185/02/2009.

All the witnesses have testified and the matter is still in progress.

Durban North, CAS 69/07/2011 and Durban North, CAS 71/07/2011.

The matter has not yet been placed on the court roll.

05 September 2017 - NW2181

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Mbhele, Mr ZN to ask the Minister of Police

Has a certain person (name and details furnished) undergone any security clearance assessments; if not, why not; if so, in each case, (a) what was the date of the security clearance assessment and (b) what was the outcome?

Reply:

(a) and (b) Major General P M Mokushane’s application for Security Clearance was presented before the Security Vetting Panel (SVP) on 1 April 2015. Consideration whether to issue, deny or downgrade the clearance level applied for was presented. The panel established that there were outstanding results of a counter intelligence investigation, as per the SVP request of 26 May 2014. Furthermore, his personal documents, as prescribed by the National Strategic Intelligence Act 2002 (Act No 67 of 2002), had also not been received. As a consequence thereof, the SVP decided to issue a “NO CLEARANCE”.

On 9 February 2016 the application of the Major General was placed under review, at which stage the counter intelligence investigation results had been received to the effect that, the investigation against him had been “serious and sensitive”, and further that, no additional information could be exposed, with regard to the investigation. The outstanding personal documents, which included matric and tertiary qualifications, had still not been made available, rendering the SVP unable to form an objective opinion, with regard to his security competency. It was then agreed to issue a “NO CLEARANCE”.

05 September 2017 - NW2186

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Gqada, Ms T to ask the Minister of Police

(a) How many instances of missing dockets have been reported in each province (i) in the (aa) 2014-15, (bb) 2015-16 and (cc) 2016-17 financial years and (ii) since 1 April 2017 and (b) in each case, what are the relevant details pertaining to the (i) type of case, (ii) police station, (iii) circumstances under which the docket went missing, (iv) status of investigation into the loss of the docket and (v) consequences for the prosecution of the matter concerned?

Reply:

(a)(i)(aa)(bb)(cc)(ii)(b)(i)(ii)(iii)(iv)(v) The information is not readily available, as each case must be perused and verified. A request is hereby made for an extension, in order for the correct information to be provided.

04 September 2017 - NW1011

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Waters, Mr M to ask the Minister of Police

(1)With reference to his reply to question 542 on 24 March 2017, (a) what is the legislative basis of the SA Police Service (SAPS) standard practice of directing questions pertaining to the resourcing of the Primrose Police Station to the SAPS provincial office and (b) how does he reconcile the standard practice with the mandate of the National Assembly of conducting oversight of any organ of state, as outlined in section 55 of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996; (2) what are the reasons that not one question asked at the meeting on 27 May 2016 has been answered; (3) what is a reasonable time period to expect the questions to be answered?

Reply:

1(a) The information pertaining to the resourcing of police stations is confidential, which in the public domain, could jeopardize the safety of police stations and personnel and ultimately impact on the safety of the public. The confidential information regarding the resourcing of police stations, is directly linked to the safety of police premises and police officials.

The Station Commander erred on the side of caution by deferring the questions on resourcing, referring the Councillor to the Provincial Office. Questions regarding the resourcing of police stations are usually referred to the Provincial Commissioner and are responded to accordingly.

The conduct of the Primrose Station Commander is in line with the recent instruction issued by the Provincial Commissioner, regarding the disclosure of confidential information.

The Station Commander in no way intended to hamper civilian oversight, however, the disclosure of confidential information by the SAPS, must be done responsibly.

(1)(b) The mandate of the National Assembly is in no way hampered as the Provincial Commissioner will gladly respond to any requests submitted for information regarding the resourcing of a police station, as long as such information will not jeopardize the safety of police stations, police officials or the community that the SAPS serves.

2. The responses to questions asked, in the form of minutes of the meeting held on 27 May 2016, was attached to the response of Question number 542.

3. All questions were responded to after this office became aware of the meeting and the questions posed.

04 September 2017 - NW1360

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Krumbock, Mr GR to ask the Minister of Police

Whether, with reference to his reply to question 1004 on 25 April 2016, the outstanding information has been sourced; if not, why not; if so, by what date will it be communicated?

Reply:

The Question in Parliament, no 1360, that appears in the National Assembly Internal Question Paper no 17 dated 19 May 2017, refers.

The reply to Question 1004 was submitted and attached here is the remaining annexures

04 September 2017 - NW1497

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Masango, Ms B to ask the Minister of Police

Whether (a) his department and (b) each entity reporting to him procured any services from and/or made any payments to (i) a certain company (name furnished) or (ii) any other public relations firms; if not, in each case, why not; if so, in each case, what (aa) services were procured, (bb) was the total cost, (cc) is the detailed breakdown of such costs, (dd) was the total amount paid, (ee) was the purpose of the payments and (ff) is the detailed breakdown of such payments?

Reply:

(a)(i)(ii)(aa) to (ff) The South African Police Service (SAPS) did not find any indication that any services were procured or payments made to the mentioned company.

(b) To be replied to by other entities which report to the Minister of Police.

04 September 2017 - NW1566

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Waters, Mr M to ask the Minister of Police

(1)What (a) progress has been made in the investigation into the murder of a certain person (name furnished) who was killed during a restaurant robbery in Edenglen on Harris Road in the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality on 7 May 2017 and (b) is the docket number of the case that was opened; (2) whether any suspects have been arrested to date; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (3) whether any (a) suspects and/or (b) witnesses have been interviewed; if not, why not; if so, (i) on what date and (ii) what are the further relevant details in each case; (4) by what date does he expect the investigation to be finalised?

Reply:

(1)(a) The case docket is still under investigation.

(1)(b) Edenvale, CAS 84/05/2017, murder and business robbery.

(2) No arrests had been made to date. The investigating officer is still following up on leads.

(3)(a) No suspects have been interviewed to date.

(3)(b) Seven witnesses were interviewed.

(3)(b)(i) The witnesses were interviewed, on 7 May 2017.

(3)(b)(ii) Four statements were made by the witnesses.

(4) It is not possible to commit to a specific date. The case will be finalised once all the exhibits have been analysed and all leads followed up.

04 September 2017 - NW1572

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Mbhele, Mr ZN to ask the Minister of Police

What (a) is the average time period that police vehicles spend waiting for repairs and maintenance at Government garages in each province, (b) are the main reasons for the delays experienced and (c) plans have been put in place to reduce the delays in each case?

Reply:

(a) Performance benchmarks were implemented at all SAPS Garages, in order to ensure the timeous turnaround of SAPS vehicles, to ensure that adequate vehicles are available at all stations and units.

The following benchmarks were implemented and are monitored on a monthly basis:

(i) Opening and closing of job cards per garage within specific timeframes for the following types of repairs and services:

  • Accidents – 30 days;
  • Damages – 15 days;
  • Repairs – five days; and
  • Services – one day.

(ii) The set production standard of individual artisans per Garage is set at 90%.

(iii) The vehicle availability percentage is set at 86% for the entire SAPS.

(b) The supervision of the various processes at the SAPS Garages, including, inter alia, the allocation of work, the performance of artisans and the various administrative processes, must be improved.

(c) An Improvement Plan has been implemented at all the SAPS Garages, to improve service delivery at the garages.

04 September 2017 - NW1012

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Waters, Mr M to ask the Minister of Police

(1)How many sectors does the Primrose Police Station comprise; (2) (a) how many (i) sector vehicles does each sector have and (ii) of the sector vehicles are not in working order and (b) for what period has each vehicle been out of commission; (3) what is the total number of (i) visible police officers and (ii) managers for each of the four shifts?

Reply:

1.Primrose Police Station comprises three sectors.

The allocation of vehicles to these sectors is as follows:

(2)(a)(i) Sector one – two vehicles;

Sector two – one vehicle; and

Sector three – one vehicle.

(2)(a)(ii) Two sector vehicles are not in working order.

(2)(b) Vehicle one – mechanical breakdown, three weeks.

Vehicle two – mechanical breakdown, one week.

(3)(i) 14 visible police officials are allocated to each shift.

(3)(ii) Four Relief Commanders are allocated, one per shift.

04 September 2017 - NW1365

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King, Ms C to ask the Minister of Police

(1)Whether, with regard to the death of a 17-year-old community member on 2 February 2017 (details furnished), there is currently an investigation ongoing; if not, why not; if so, what is the current status of the investigation; (2) has a suspect been identified; if not, why not; if so, (a) when and (b) where will the suspect be brought before the court?

Reply:

(1) The death of a 17-year-old community member, as reported in The New Age of 2 February 2017, is currently being investigated by the Gauteng Provincial Investigation Unit under Temba CAS 724/01/2017, Murder. The investigation in the case docket is ongoing.

(2) No suspect has been identified thus far.

(2)(a)&(b) Not applicable.

04 September 2017 - NW1363

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Kruger, Mr HC to ask the Minister of Police

(a) How many (i) temporary and (ii) permanent housing units are available for members of the SA Police Services in each province, (b) how many units are currently occupied, (c) how many beneficiaries are currently allocated housing, (d) how many beneficiaries are on a waiting list for housing and (e) are the waiting lists available to the public?

Reply:

(a)(i)(ii), (b), (c) and (d)

PROVINCE

(a)(i)

TEMPORARY UNITS

(a)(ii)

PERMANENT UNITS

(b)

UNITS OCCUPIED

(c)

NUMBER OF BENEFICIARIES

(d)

ON WAITING LIST

Eastern Cape

68

1 221

824

3 170

0

Free State

24

668

547

547

55

Gauteng

0

1 407

1 073

1 073

27

Limpopo

25

875

639

639

0

Mpumalanga

0

864

844

844

0

KwaZulu-Natal

425

946

840

840

0

Northern Cape

38

434

366

676

0

North West

7

600

478

478

0

Western Cape

0

426

347

1 453

0

Head Office Components

67

867

920

934

6

TOTAL

654

8 308

6 878

10 654

88

(e) The waiting lists are not available to the public.

04 September 2017 - NW1366

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King, Ms C to ask the Minister of Police

What total number of convictions have been secured for the (a) possession, (b) sale, (c) manufacture and (d) use of drugs in the (i) 2007-08, (ii) 2008-09, (iii) 2009-10, (iv) 2010-11 and (v) 2011-12 financial years?

Reply:

a), (b), (c) & (d)

The Investigation Case Docket Management System (ICDMS) does not make provision for separate statistics on the possession, sale, manufacturing and use of drugs. All are categorised under drug-related offences. The total number of convictions secured, is as follows:

(i) 2007/2008 financial year = 62 019;

(ii) 2008/2009 financial year = 68 330;

(iii) 2009/2010 financial year = 77 213;

(iv) 2010/2011 financial year = 85 700; and

(v) 2011/2012 financial year = 97 373.

04 September 2017 - NW1567

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Waters, Mr M to ask the Minister of Police

(1)What (a) progress has been made in the investigation into the (i) murder of a certain person (details furnished) and (ii) vicious attack on her husband and (b) is the docket number(s) of the case(s) opened; (2) whether any suspects have been arrested to date; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (3) whether any (a) suspects and/or (b) witnesses have been interviewed; if not, why not; if so, (i) on what date were they interviewed and (ii) what are the further relevant details; (4) by what date does he expect the investigation to be finalised?

Reply:

(1)(a)(i)(ii) Statements have been obtained from witnesses in the investigation of the murder of the specified person and of the vicious attack on her husband.

(1)(b) Norkem Park, CAS 100/05/2017.

(2) No suspects have been arrested, thus far. The investigating officer is still following up on leads.

(3)(a) No suspects had been interviewed at this stage.

(3)(b) Witnesses have been interviewed and statements were obtained.

(3)(b)(i) The witnesses were interviewed on 8 May 2017 and 9 May 2017.

(3)(b)(ii) Statements have been obtained from the witnesses.

(4) It is not possible to commit to a specific date. The case will only be finalised once all the exhibits have been analysed and all the leads have been followed up.

31 August 2017 - NW1857

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Waters, Mr M to ask the Minister of Police

Whether he received the letter (details furnished) pertaining to the comments made by a certain person (name and details furnished); if so, (a) on what date will he acknowledge receipt of such correspondence and (b) what action is he taking in this regard?

Reply:

(a) The letter, dated 23 May 2017, from Michael Waters MP (Deputy Chief Whip of the Democratic Alliance), was received on 12 June 2017. The office of the Provincial Commissioner, acknowledge of receipt, thereof.

(b) A case of crimen injuria and corruption (bribery) was opened, as per Edenvale CAS 108/06/2017. The matter was reported to the Cluster Community Police Board, for the necessary disciplinary action to be instituted against the Chairperson. A date was set for, 20 June 2017.

29 August 2017 - NW1971

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Mbhele, Mr ZN to ask the Minister of Police

(1)What are the (a) names and (b) designations of all individuals that were present at the meeting that took place between a certain person (name and details furnished) and the Department of Defence to discuss security arrangements for Ministers attending a conference of the Umkhonto we Sizwe Military Veterans Association; (2) whether he will make the (a) agenda and (b) minutes of the meeting available to Mr Z N Mbhele; if not, in each case, what are the reasons for his refusal; if so, in each case, (i) by what date and (ii) where will the documentation be available?

Reply:

  1. and (2)

No information about the meeting will be disclosed, owing to the sensitivity of the matter, as it concerns the security arrangements for Ministers.

29 August 2017 - NW2012

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Lorimer, Mr JR to ask the Minister of Police

(1)Whether, with reference to the signing of the non-statutory force (NSF) document approving the promotion and appointment of NSF members by the Acting National Police Commissioner, Mr Lesetja Mothiba, the affected NSF members benefitted from demobilisation packages at any time; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details in each case; (2) (a) what ranks do certain persons (names furnished) hold in the SA Police Service and (b) where is each specified person posted; (3) (a) what functions did a certain person (name furnished) perform at a meeting held at the Pretoria West Police College on 14 June 2017 and (b) on whose instructions?

Reply:

(1) The South African Police Service (SAPS), Non-Statutory Force (NSF), re-ranking project, is headed by the Minister of Police and is currently a work in progress.

Recommendations, upon the finalisation thereof, will be made to the Minister of Police and the necessary announcements will be made.

(2)(a) Smanga Simelane, holds the rank of Colonel in the SAPS and

Feroz Khan, also holds the rank of Colonel in the SAPS.

(2)(b) Colonel Smanga Simelane is posted in the Office of the Acting Divisional Commissioner: Crime Intelligence and Colonel Feroz Khan, is the Acting Section Head: Surveillance, Crime Intelligence Head Office.

(3)(a)(b) On 14 June 2017, at the SAPS Academy, Pretoria West, Colonel Smanga Simelane performed functions, related to the Office of the Acting Divisional Commissioner: Crime Intelligence.

29 August 2017 - NW2014

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Robertson, Mr K to ask the Minister of Police

(1)Whether, with reference to the reply to question 408 on 24 March 2017, the RSS Security Company had police clearance to transport the Mayor of Mkhondo in a security convoy detail; if not, why not; if so, (a) on which statutory grounds and (b) who gave the clearance; (2) what is the current status of the investigation into CAS 208/08/2016 opened at the Piet Retief Police Station in Mpumalanga; (3) why has the investigation into the specified case taken more than 10 months to investigate; (4) whether the Independent Police Investigative Directorate has been asked to assist with the investigation into the specified case to ensure that the investigation is being properly conducted; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

(1)(a)(b) It is not the responsibility of the South African Police Service (SAPS) to issue clearances to a security company, to transport the Mayor of Mkhondo. The Local Government in Limpopo Province, is responsible for the transportation of mayors.

(2) The case docket, Piet Retief CAS 208/08/2016, is still under investigation. It was received back from the office of the Public Prosecutor, on 29 June 2017, for further investigation.

(3) The case docket was referred to the Public Prosecutor, who requested additional investigation to be conducted.

(4) The Independent Police Investigative Directorate (IPID), has not been tasked to assist with the investigation, as it is not part of their mandate.

29 August 2017 - NW2039

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Motau, Mr SC to ask the Minister of Police

How many drug-related cases from the Germiston Police Station in Gauteng (a) went to court and (b) ended in successful convictions in the 2016-17 financial year?

Reply:

(a) 544 Drug-related cases were referred to court from the Germiston Police Station in 2016/2017.

(b) 218 Drug-related cases referred to court resulted in successful convictions.

29 August 2017 - NW2040

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Motau, Mr SC to ask the Minister of Police

How many drug-related cases from the Elsburg Police Station in Gauteng (a) went to court and (b) ended in successful convictions in the 2016-17 financial year?

Reply:

(a) 159 Drug-related cases were referred to court from the Elsburg Police Station in 2016/2017.

(b) 88 Drug-related cases referred to court resulted in successful convictions.

29 August 2017 - NW2045

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Bergman, Mr D to ask the Minister of Police

With reference to the reply to question 1860 on 22 September 2016, how many vehicles were delivered for the detective division at the Kempton Park Police Station by 31 January 2017?

Reply:

None.

However, in March 2017, one vehicle was delivered to the Kempton Park Detective Service.

29 August 2017 - NW2047

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Brauteseth, Mr TJ to ask the Minister of Police

With reference to the reply to question 1861 on 22 September 2016, how many vehicles were delivered for the detective division at the Norkem Park Police Station by 31 January 2017?

Reply:

None.

However, in March 2017, one vehicle was delivered to the Norkem Park Detective Service.

29 August 2017 - NW1970

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Mbhele, Mr ZN to ask the Minister of Police

How many security threat assessments has his department and/or any entity reporting to him made recommending the assigning of (a) protection and security services and/or (b) Presidential protection services to individuals in the (i)(aa) 2010-11, (bb) 2011-12, (cc) 2012-13, (dd) 2013-14, (ee) 2014-15, (ff) 2015-16 and (gg) 2016-17 financial years and (ii) since 1 April 2017?

Reply:

(a) Protection and Security Services

(i)(aa) 2010-2011.

None.

(i)(bb) 2011-2012.

None.

(i)(cc) 2012-2013.

None.

(i)(dd) 2013-2014.

None.

(i)(ee) 2014-2015.

None.

(i)(ff) 2015-2016.

One threat.

(i)(gg) 2016-2017.

Two threats.

(ii) Since 1 April 2017.

None.

(b) Presidential Protection Service

(i)(aa) 2010-2011.

None.

(i)(bb) 2011-2012.

None.

(i)(cc) 2012-2013.

None.

(i)(dd) 2013-2014.

None.

(i)(ee) 2014-2015.

None.

(i)(ff) 2015-2016.

None.

(i)(gg) 2016-2017.

None.

(ii) Since 1 April 2017.

None.

29 August 2017 - NW2050

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Cassim, Mr Y to ask the Minister of Police

With reference to the reply to question 1428 on 6 June 2016, how many vehicles were delivered for the detective division at the Tembisa South Police Station by 31 January 2017?

Reply:

None.

However, in April 2017, one vehicle was delivered to the Tembisa South Detective Service.

29 August 2017 - NW2043

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Marais, Mr EJ to ask the Minister of Police

How many drug-related cases from the Edenvale Police Station in Gauteng (a) went to court and (b) ended in successful convictions in the 2016-17 financial year?

Reply:

(a) 206 Drug-related cases were referred to court from the Edenvale Police Station in 2016/2017.

(b) 80 Drug-related cases referred to court resulted in successful convictions.

29 August 2017 - NW2042

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Marais, Mr EJ to ask the Minister of Police

How many drug-related cases from the Bedfordview Police Station in Gauteng (a) went to court and (b) ended in successful convictions in the 2016-17 financial year?

Reply:

(a) 241 Drug-related cases were referred to court from the Bedfordview Police Station in 2016/2017.

(b) 164 Drug-related cases referred to court resulted in successful convictions.

29 August 2017 - NW2037

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Majola, Mr TR to ask the Minister of Police

How many drug-related cases from the Tembisa South Police Station in Gauteng (a) went to court and (b) ended in successful convictions in the 2016-17 financial year?

Reply:

(a) 298 Drug-related cases were referred to court from the Tembisa South Police Station in 2016/2017.

(b) 44 Drug-related cases referred to court resulted in successful convictions.

29 August 2017 - NW2038

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Motau, Mr SC to ask the Minister of Police

How many drug-related cases from the Sebenza Police Station in Gauteng (a) went to court and (b) ended in successful convictions in the 2016-17 financial year?

Reply:

(a) 277 Drug-related cases were referred to court from the Sebenza Police Station in 2016/2017.

(b) 271 Drug-related cases referred to court resulted in successful convictions.

29 August 2017 - NW2041

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Marais, Mr EJ to ask the Minister of Police

How many drug-related cases from the Primrose Police Station in Gauteng (a) went to court and (b) ended in successful convictions in the 2016-17 financial year?

Reply:

(a) 316 Drug-related cases were referred to court from the Primrose Police Station in 2016/2017.

(b) 184 Drug-related cases referred to court resulted in successful convictions.

29 August 2017 - NW2036

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Majola, Mr TR to ask the Minister of Police

How many drug-related cases from the Tembisa Police Station in Gauteng (a) went to court and (b) ended in successful convictions in the 2016-17 financial year?

Reply:

(a) 515 Drug-related cases were referred to court from the Tembisa Police Station in 2016/2017.

(b) 132 Drug-related cases referred to court resulted in successful convictions.

29 August 2017 - NW2046

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Bergman, Mr D to ask the Minister of Police

With reference to the reply to question 1863 on 22 September 2016, how many vehicles were delivered for the detective division at the Edenvale Police Station by 31 January 2017?

Reply:

None.

However, in March 2017, one vehicle was delivered to the Edenvale Detective Service.