May 17, 2019


Lack of resources hampering police stations - your input is needed

The Western Cape Provincial Police Ombudsman has launched a formal investigation into the staffing of police stations of Gansbaai, Hermanus, Kleinmond and Stanford.
Overstrand Executive Mayor, Ald Dudley Coetzee, requested the Ombudsman to investigate the understaffing of the South African Police Service (SAPS) stations in the Overstrand.
According to the notice of investigation that was published in the provincial gazette of 14 Mei 2019, the stations of Gansbaai, Hermanus, Kleinmond and Stanford are unable to perform its mandate due to an insufficient allocation of resources, resulting in inefficiency of the delivery of services by SAPS in the Overstrand.
The Mayor encourages any person or organisation to submit written representations regarding the investigation within 30 days of the date of publication of this notice.
The representations should be marked for the attention of Mr JJ Brand and delivered by hand, post, e-mail or fax as follows:
By hand: 6th Floor, NBS Waldorf Building
80 St Georges Mall
Cape Town 8001
By post: Private Bag X9043, Cape Town 8000
By e-mail:
By fax: 021 483 0660
For further information, contact Ms A. Lewis on 021 483 0669 or e-mail the Office of the Western Cape Provincial Police Ombudsman at
Office hours: Monday to Friday from 7:00 to 16:00 (excluding public holidays)

(27) 0282714212
17 A 14th street, Kleinmond, South Africa 7195
Monday - Wednesday: 8:00 am - 1:00 pm, 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm Thursday - Friday: 8:00 am - 1:00 pm
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