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Woman rescued after 16-hour ordeal

Woman rescued after 16-hour ordeal

Greetings, everyone In part one of this Community Network & News report, we bring you the rescue of Hillcrest resident, Phyllis...

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SA CAN Easter message

SA CAN Easter message

Our warmest greetings to you, family During what is perhaps the most sacred period of the Christian year, we at Together...

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CN&N Safety on a service station for…

CN&N Safety on a service station forecourt

Greetings family In partnership with Hillcrest Motors, Community Network & News offers you a quick and concise video, which will remind...

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Confession secured in Richmond triple-mu…

Confession secured in Richmond triple-murder

A full confession has been secured in the Richmond triple-murder. We would like to express our deepest gratitude and respect...

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Missing: Amanda Hadebe

Missing: Amanda Hadebe

17 years old (Grade 12) Case Number: CAS 65-03-2014/ 377-03-214/ Reg No: 114-03-2014   Westville Girls High School pupil, Amanda Hadebe (born...

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Stick-figure vehicle art is not a risk

Stick-figure vehicle art is not a risk

Greetings, all For quite some time now, an email has been doing the rounds, which claims that the stick-figure art which...

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Citizens pin down robbers

Citizens pin down robbers

On Sunday 9 March, local businessman and resident, Warren Schultz heard a commotion on the N3 freeway below his house....

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SA CAN’s AAA Button explained

SA CAN’s AAA Button explained

Greetings, everyone For those of you who don’t know how our AAA (Anything, Anytime, Anywhere) Button works, Community Network and News...

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Robbers shot dead on N3

Robbers shot dead on N3

At approximately 20:00 last night (Thursday 27 February 2014), four male suspects, all armed, allegedly committed a robbery at the...

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Vision and Mission

  • Reduce Crime In South Africa
  • Improve Service Delivery
  • Create Safer South African Communities
  • Unite South Africans in the Pursuit of Common Goals
  • Empower South Africans To Reduce Crime
  • Support SAPS Where Possible
  • Make South Africans Accountable
  • Promote Economic Growth
  • Restore Hope

Effective Incident Communication:
SA CAN uses, adapts and pioneers frontline technology to ensure effective communication amongst our ever-growing network of South Africans. Our systems harness the eyes and ears of the public to help combat crime. 

Incident Management with Results:
SA CAN has carefully cultivated personal relations with all relevant emergency service providers, including SAPS (all units, i.e. SAPS, Metro Police, SAPS Dog Units, SAPS Airwing, Organised Crime, Provincial Operations), private security companies, medical emergency services and community safety and security resources. Users of our Incident Management Centre (IMC) receive the direct benefit of these relationships in the form of efficient and effective levels of response to emergency situations. SA CAN Duty Managers continue providing support to emergency service providers until the best possible result is achieved. Countless emergency services personnel have told us that it is support of this nature that helps them to stay motivated, which in turn further cements these critical relationships and enhances our ability to co-ordinate the best possible response to any emergency.

Community Crime Prevention Projects:
SA CAN runs several crime prevention programs that embrace both the suburban and township communities. These effective and extremely inexpensive projects are partially financed by Member subscriptions, precisely because they increase the number of eyes and ears we can call upon for crime-fighting information. To date the projects have directly resulted in suspect arrests and convictions which is critical.

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Company Registration : 2007/089497/23

VAT Registration           : 4790237624

PSIRA Registration        : 1711922

 

 

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