Boksburg North CPF Projects


Community Police Patrollers:

This initiative was established to assist SAPS in their quest to eliminate crime in our local community and came about as a direct result of the criminal activities / crimes in our area. These criminal activities / crimes includes house break-ins, armed robberies, vehicles being hijacked, drug trafficking, prostitution, illegal squatting, dog poisoning and suspicious activities. We are calling on all residents and businesses, in the CPF Sectors 1, 2, 3 and 4 of the Boksburg North SAPS to participate and / or support us with this important initiative. Your involvement is not limited to being an active Community Patroller. Being the “eyes and ears” by reporting suspicious behavior / criminal activities in your area to your local SAPS and CPF Structure will make a huge difference.

Should you not be able to donate your time, we will welcome your sponsorship. Please see our Donor Page.

The vehicles and dress code of the Boksburg North Community Patrollers are clearly identifiable. The Patrollers wear red reflective jackets and CPF Patroller signage on their vehicle doors.

By getting involved, we can all make a difference and work together in making our community a safe environment for businesses and residents.


Did you make a difference today:

  • The BN CPF Management Team (Community Police Forum) is calling on all residents of BN CPF to “Make A Difference” and to “Be The Change”. The Chairperson of BN CPF Sector 1, Denise Curry, said “The SAPS, CPF and the Community must work together as a team in the fight against crime and to make a difference.” The BN CPF challeng all residents to stop complaining but rather get involved and make a difference. This page is dedicated to those members of our community who took up this challenge and “Made a Difference”. Read more about what they did by by following the links below:  
  • Mr Ehlers O’Connell Remove Dangerous Beehive – 14 October 2013. Click here to read ...
  •  Fish Story. Click here to read ...



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