JOIN YOUR NEAREST NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH
The value of neighbourhood watches has been proven time and again, especially when they cooperate with other safety structures such as community policing forums (CPFs) and the SAPS.
AfriForum has already established more than 155 neighbourhood watches across the country and the presence of these neighbourhood watches regularly leads to better safety, the prevention of crime and the arrest of suspicious persons.
All neighbourhood watch members are trained thoroughly to inform them about their rights and responsibilities, while they also receive training in self-defence and the use of radios.
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WHERE IS YOUR NEAREST NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH?
AfriForum has 166 safety structures and more than 10 000 volunteers countrywide that play a huge role in safeguarding their respective communities.
NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH STATISTICS
AfriForum launched a new project that is aimed at safeguarding South Africa’s borders.
The Border Watch Initiative focuses on strengthening and supporting AfriForum’s safety structures in border areas across the country. Various individuals and organisations already indicated that they would like to sponsor equipment for the neighbourhood and farm watches in border areas.
Open Borders, a documentary produced by AfriForum, uncovers the absolute lack of border patrol on South Africa’s border with Zimbabwe and investigates the crime wave it leads to.