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Contact Details

Honeydew Police Station Emergency 011 801 8614 / 5  
Honeydew Police Station switchboard 011 801 8400  
Flying Squad 10111  
Honeydew CPF Admin Office 011 801 8576 / 7  
Honeydew Trauma Unit 082 448 9337  
Station Commander: Brigadier Sirkhot 011 801 8580  
Visible Policing: Colonel Terblanche                             011 801 8594                    
Detective Services: Colonel Seshoka              011 801 8486             
Support Services: Colonel van der Merwe 011 801 8433  
Honeydew Communications Office: Warrant Officer Karen Jacobs  011 801 8604
Anti Corruption Unit 0860 267 787  or   0860 corrup  
Childline 0800 05 55 55                       childprotect@saps.org.za
Crime stop 08600 10111              crimestopgauteng@saps.org.za
     
eBlockwatch   http://www.eblockwatch.co.za 

 

Crime Intelligence Office

(011) 801 8445
(011) 801 8444

These numbers are available during office hours 7:30 to 16:00 Monday to Friday
In the evenings there is a member on standby for serious crime scene visits

Unit Commander CAPTAIN  J.E PRETORIUS

Please contact us if you have any information concerning crime or a crime that is going to be committed or any criminal activity or suspicious motor vehicles, so we can work on the Intelligence aspect.

We also do background checks on people for instance should you want to hire someone be it a gardener or domestic worker, send through the ID number and we will check and confirm with you.

Any info can be emailed to Carmel at the CPF Office SAPS Honeydew.

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NEW RANK STRUCTURE
South African Police Service

Click here to see document of the New Rank Structure

 

Click here for a list of Prospective suppliers
for the Honeydew SAPS

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SAPS RECRUITMENT PROJECT

The Honeydew SAPS has launched an urgent recruitment drive for permanent members of all sexes and races. Any interested parties are requested to hand in a C.V. at the Honeydew Police Station (cnr. Beyers Naude and Juice Street, Human Resource Office during office hours) before 09h00 on theist August 2008. A box will be available in the Client Service Centre for applications that are received after hours.

The applicants must fulfil the following requirements:

  1. A Senior Certificate Grade 12.
  2. A valid light vehicle driver's license.
  3. The ability to read, write and speak English as well as one other official language.
  4. Must be at least 18 years of age and not older than 29 years.
  5. Must not have been convicted of a criminal offence.
  6. Must be able to successfully complete the prescribed training.

Should you have any queries regarding the above please contact:

Zelda Nel on 011-801-8521/22

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SAPS EMERGENCY NUMBER 10111

• 10111 is the number that you must use in case of a police emergency.
NB: IN THE CASE OF ANY EMERGENCY WHICH REQUIRES POLICE ASSISTANCE PLEASE ALWAYS PHONE THIS NUMBER AND NOT THE NEAREST POLICE STATION. 1011 WILL DESPATCH THE NEAREST SAPS VEHICLE TO THE SCENE AND THE RESPONSE TIME WILL BE FASTER.

• Never make a prank call to the emergency number 10111, as it will engage the line.

• A prank call to the emergency number 10111 might block a call of someone who is really in need of police assistance.

• For general enquiries, phone your nearest police station.

• Always have the number of your local police station available, or learn it by heart.

• All police stations' numbers are available on the SAPS website at www.saps.gov.za

BASIC HINTS

For fast, efficient response, follow these basic guidelines:

• Use the 10 111 emergency number ONLY in case of police emergency.

• Educate your children about the consequences or making prank calls on the 10111 emergency number. Such a call could engage the telephone line, thereby blocking the call of a person caught in a life threatening situation and in need of police assistance.

• Complaints of less serious nature can be telephoned directly to your nearest police station.

• Do not call the 10 111 emergency number for general enquiries - call your nearest police station instead.

• Remain calm when making an emergency call, and speak clearly while giving the following information:

-Your name and address
-Your telephone number, if requested
-The nearest street corner closest to where the incident occurred
-Other useful information such as the number of suspects a description of the suspect (Section), whether or not the suspects are/were armed and the direction in which they fled, if available.

Try to keep the conversation as brief as possible. However, the person taking the call requires information about the emergency to ensure your safety and speedy response by the police.

Other useful hints

Ensure that your street number is large and visible from the street. Street names should be visible, if not notify your local authority as soon as possible.

SAPS CRIME STOP 08600 10111

• If you know of criminal activities that are taking place, phone SAPS Crime Stop 08600 10111.

• The Crime Stop centre operates seven days a week, 24-hours a day. Phone 08600 10111 to report criminals and their criminal activities. As soon as information of this kind is received, it is channelled to investigating officers at the Detective Service.

• You do not have to give your name when you are reporting a crime through SAPS Crime Stop 08600 10111.

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Officers who have fallen in the line of duty.

Name Died  Date of birth  Unit
Cnst M P Ntebele 27.04.2007 16.03.1973 Detectives
Insp M D Matsabu 13.10.2005 03.01.1963 Crime Prevention Unit
Cnst M V Mogano 23.03.2006 30.09.1977 Crime Prevention Unit

 

 

 

 
 
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