The Fish Hoek Community Police Forum (CPF) is a volunteer organisation, established in terms of section 18(1) of the SAPS act, whose primary objectives are to facilitate partnership policing, foster better communication between the community and SAPS, ensure that the communities needs are addressed and to hold SAPS accountable to the community.

The Fish Hoek Community Police Forum (CPF) has, over the years, formed a good working relationship with the Fish Hoek SAPS, local law enforcement agencies, security service providers and Neighbourhood Watches (NHW).

Our website contains a wealth of information. You will find important articles related to security under our blog, a list of our current and completed projects under projects, a listing of all the Neighbourhood Watches (NHW) that fall within the Fish Hoek SAPS precinct, including how to make contact with them, the current top 10 Wanted Criminals and Fish Hoek loadshedding schedules. We also have documents available for download related to NHW and SAPS as well as a 100% secure, online shop that can be used to donate money towards our projects.

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1 day ago

Fish Hoek Community Police Forum

Update 22h20: Big thanks from SAPS to all who turned up to help search. He has been found safe. Photo has been removed.


Missing Person. Ben Day. Approx 6ft tall. hair is shorter than in pic. Went for run from Noordhoek beach to Kommetjie at around 16h45. Has not returned.

Please contact SAPS on 021 784 2700 or 021 784 2720 if seen.
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3 days ago

Fish Hoek Community Police Forum

Excellent work by Ocean View SAPS. Making Ocean View and the valley safer.OCEAN VIEW SAPS – 021 783 8300

Immediate Media Release

Date: 2018-12-16


Ocean View : Our endeavours to fight crime which may threaten the safety and security of the community yielded success today where crime operations were conducted by Ocean View SAPS after two people had been shot at around 05:45 and at 07:00. Cst Adam, Cst Mzukwa, Cst Eybers and Cst Meje were patrolling the Ocean View area looking for the suspects in connection with the shootings when they received information from a member of the public that one of the suspects had hidden a firearm somewhere outside Sylvia Court. The informant further stated that the police had to act swiftly, otherwise the firearm would be moved. The police then quickly went to Sylvia Court and searched the area. The police found a firearm in between the dirt bins. The firearm is a small silver and pink firearm containing 1 live round of ammunition. The serial number of the firearm cannot be found.

We have taken another firearm of the streets which may have been used to kill more people in the community. The community should not be afraid to come forward with any information they have with regards to firearms. The community is requested to contact Ocean View SAPS on 021 783 8300 or crime stop on 08600 10111.

Issued by:
Sergeant Leon Fortuin
Contact numbers : 021 783 8300 & 082 522 2618
E-mail : oceanviewsaps@saps.gov.za
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#fhcpf #crimeupdate

11 Arrests for the week 30/11 to 6 Dec

1x Theft from m/v
1x Malicious damage to property
1x Assault Common
1x Warrant of Arrest
3x Shoplifting
1x Drugs
2x Drunk Driving
1x Other Arrest

5x J534 fines issued
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Congratulations to Lt. Col. Mdebuka on her promotion

This is a post of mixed emotion. We are very happy that our former VISPOL Commander, Captain Mdebuka has been promoted to Lieutenant Colonel but at the same time we are sad to see her go.

Lt. Col. Mdebuka has served at Fish Hoek SAPS for the last 7 years. Her promotion will be a massive loss to the station and the residents of the Fish Hoek precinct. She has led her members from the front and her dedication, work ethic and sense of humour will be sorely missed.

Our loss will be Wynbergs gain.

Good luck Col! Come visit us please. You are welcome back anytime. You will be missed.
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