The past few months have highlighted the significant supplementary security role our local community policing forums (CPFs) play in our communities.

Together with police representatives, a CPF is a committee of people from a group of neighbouring communities who meet regularly to address security problems in their areas.

A CPF aims to:

  • Ensure police address the community’s primary security needs.
  • Enhance the quality of information available to the police to develop a proactive, solutions-driven approach to security issues
  • Provide a visible and accessible policing presence
  • Enhance the public’s confidence in the police while deterring criminals

For more information on the Sector 3A uMhlanga Rocks CPF, please contact Chairmen Dudley Horn ( / 083 310 9955) and Paul de Swardt ( / 083 295 7493). The CPF Secretary is Gavin Melville ( 082 352 6901).

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