Kloof Street Patrols is an organisation of residents who selflessly dedicate their time and energy to keeping Kloof safe. To find out how you can join the team or offer support in other ways please CLICK HERE.
By subscribing to the KCPF newsletter you will not only be kept up to date of Kloofs happenings with a monthly email but you will also be added to your street watch group giving you vital information about crime in your road. CLICK HERE to subscribe.
Neighbourhood Watch is about local residents often already part of a Street Watch, coming together, and forming a group to promote good citizenship and supporting a better community. CLICK HERE to find out more.
NOTICE: The next KCPF public meeting will be on 10th October 2016 - 6pm at Tina's Conference Center. Please register for the newsletter to be informed.
The objectives of the KCPF is to establish a partnership between police and the community we serve,to ensure effective protection and a better quality of life. Ensuring that the police address the primary needs of the community and are accountable to them. Enhancing the quality of information available to the police resulting in the development of a proactive and problem-solving approach to crime and violence. Providing the Kloof community with a visible accessible policing presence to enhance public confidence in the police and to deter criminals.
Community Policing is a policy and strategy aimed at achieving more effective crime control, reduce fears of crime, improved quality of life, improved police service and police legitimacy, through a proactive reliance on community resources that seeks to change crime causing conditions. It allows the police and the community to work closely together to solve problems of crime, fear of crime, physical and social disorder and neighbourhood decay.
In short: Community Policing it is a partnership between the police and the Community to solve safety problems.
A 19-year-old woman was rescued out of Kloof Gorge this afternoon while she was running in the gorge, located in Kloof KwaZulu Natal. ER24
wp.meA 19-year-old woman was rescued out of Kloof Gorge this afternoon while she was running in the gorge, located in Kloof KwaZulu Natal. ER24