Control Centre


011 455-7022 

082 322-3333



Sector Policing


Sector Numbers

  • Sector 1: 011 400-6661
  • Sector 2: 011 400-6662
  • Sector 3: 011 400-6663

Sector Policing was introduced into the Bedfordview area by the SAPS and the BCPF as the Bedfordview SAPS serves an extensive area of Ekurhuleni i.e. from Eastgate to Elandsfontein.

The RAG area falls under Sector 2 : Area from Van Buuren Road – RAG area – Douglas Road - St Benedicts School – Riley Road - Wilbart

The Aim of creating sectors:
  • To form 3 sectors within the area covered by the Bedfordview Police Station whereby each sector will have 2 dedicated police vehicles with cell phones 24/7 patrolling the Sector 2 area.
  • Residents needing the police, are able to call one of  the SAPS vehicles dedicated to their Sector. There is no need to call the Bedfordview Police Station.

For any queries, please phone the RAG OFFICE on 011 455 4120


RAG CONTROL ROOM MOVES

To all RAG Members: The RAG CONTROL ROOM has been moved to KEY WEST in Van Buuren Road as at present it does not conform to SAIDSA accreditation as set down by the Security Board. The Key West Control Room is SAIDSA approved. The RAG/SESS CONTROL OFFICERS will work from the new facility. As the changes to the present Control Room in Florence Road will amount to R250 000.00, which RAG cannot afford, the Committee together with SESS made this decision. The changes involved are needed to ensure that the security personnel and clients are safe. The existing RAG Control Room in Florence Road will be utilised by the Reaction Officers for their tea breaks, ablution facilities and shift changes. All reaction vehicles will operate from this Control Room and not leave the RAG area. The above will have no negative impact on service delivery. Regards RAG COMMITTEE


14 Oct  Category: Announcements

New Drug in schools

New drug in Schools...Please pass this on even  if you do not have kids in school. Parents should know about this drug. This is a new drug  known as 'strawberry quick '.  There is a very scary thing going on in the schools right now that we all need to be aware of. There is a type of crystal meth going around that looks like strawberry pop  rocks (the candy that sizzles and 'pops' in your mouth). It also smells  like strawberry and it is being handed out to kids in school yards.  They are calling it strawberry meth or strawberry quick. Kids are ingesting this thinking that it is candy and being rushed off to the hospital in dire condition.  It also comes in chocolate, peanut butter, cola, cherry,  grape and orange. Please instruct your children not to accept candy from strangers and even not to accept candy that looks like this from a friend (who may have been given it and believed it is candy) and to take any that they may have to a teacher, principal, etc. immediately.
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11 Oct  Category: Eblockwatch

Report bogus cops

In response to a rising number of reported incidents about bogus cops and police abusing their power Eblockwatch has launched the Police the Police campaign.FREE to all registered eblockwatch members - please ensure that your 4 support member details are correct in the system (especially their email addresses!). Please note that normal cell phone rates apply for the call.

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16 Aug  Category: In Conversation - SA

Fifty facts about a remarkable nation

Compiled by South Africa The Good News www.sagoodnews.co.za |

Please feel free to publish these facts.
For more on these and other remarkable stories about South Africa, visit www.sagoodnews.co.za


Economy


1. The rand was the best performing currency against the US Dollar between 2002 and 2005 (Bloomberg Currency Scoreboard)
2. South Africa has 55,000 high net-wealth individuals holding at least US$1million in financial assets (World Wealth Report 2008)
3. South Africa has the 27th biggest economy in the world, with a Gross Domestic Product of US$254 billion (World Bank)
4. South Africa accounts for almost 25% of the GDP of the entire African continent, with an economy more than twice the size of the second biggest – Algeria. (World Bank)

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