This event is hosted by the Diep River Community Policing Forum where we will be commemorating the start of the 16 days of Activism for gender and domestic abuse. There will be activities throughout the day and food stalls as well as organisations that deal with abuse to let the community know there are places available that can help.
Support the local community security providers as well as neighbourhood watches by buying some food from the stalls. As it is the start of the 16 days of activism, there will be companies and government departments also taking part advertising their services for the public. There will be entertainment throughout the event, snake show, fire safety display, marimba band, drumming and lots more… Please come support the Diep River CPF and SAPS.
ADT have very kindly offered to hold a security workshop for our domestic workers on TUESDAY 16th August at 11:30 in the hall of Bergvliet Sports Club Childrens Way.
This workshop is very informative and interesting, offering advice and security tips for travelling to and from the workplace, for example not discussing where they work or what they do when in taxis, busses or trains, as you never know who is listening.
A brief overview of how the alarm system and panic buttons work, the importance of keeping the doors locked and being aware of what and who is around you ie details of clothing and description of vehicles and licence plate numbers.
This 2 hour (approximately) workshop is free of charge and teas and biscuits will be provided.
Please call BKM office 021 715 5557 or email email@example.com to book your place.
Your Neighbourhood Watch and ADT would like to invite you and your staff to a workshop aimed at educating staff on how to remain safe and keep your property secure at all times. There is crime in our area and with many incidents taking place during the day, would your staff know how to react should they be confronted by an intruder?
This would be an excellent opportunity to make sure that staff know the basics and thus can prevent criminals from trying to gain entry to your property. Focus will also be on their own personal safety, including leaving and going home. A Xhosa speaking interpreter will also be in attendance.
Monday 25th May 2015 from 10am til 12 noon at Christ Church, corner Parish and Constantia Main Roads, Constantia.
Should you wish to attend this event, please email with numbers attending from your home, to firstname.lastname@example.org for seating purposes.