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– Janet De Gouveia 072 1890 333

– Email: LCALYNNWOOD@gmail.com

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LCA INFORMATION / INLIGTING

                                         THANK YOU LCA MEMBERS FOR YOUR SUPPORT

SEE “ABOUT US (LCA) – AGM” in green bar above for 2014 LCA CHAIRMAN’S REPORT and AGM MINUTES

CLICK ITEM TO DOWNLOAD:   MEMBERSHIP FORMS:

[1] LCA Debit Order Jun 2013   [2]    LCA Cash Payments Deposit or Internet June 13   [3]   LCA Personal Detail Questionnaire Sept 2010    [4]  LCA Emergency Numbers Noodnommers Sept 2010  

 

Lynnwood Resident Association “LRA” AGM

SEE Lynnwood Resident Association “LRA”  in green bar above for 2014 LRA AGM/INVITATION/CHAIRMAN’S REPORT/ AGM MINUTES and Financial Statement.

Dear Lynnwood resident

I extend a warm invitation to you to attend the Annual General Meeting of the LRA that will be held at the Trinity Church hall, c/o Lovers Walk and Rodericks Road, on Tuesday, 28th October 2014, at 18:45 for 19:00. Our Ward Councillor, Siobhan Muller will address us on what is happening, or not happening, regarding City Council matters in general and, of course, especially in Lynnwood.

Prof Jeannie van Wyk, noted law specialist on local government affairs, will advise us on the potential effects of the new SPLUMA (Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act) Act on Lynnwood, especially insofar as densification is concerned. Prof Jeannie is also involved with the Menlo Park Residents Association, and their AGM has as its theme “The future of Menlo Park”—their residents are as concerned about their future as we are in Lynnwood as they have seen the result of failure to become involved in planning decisions in time.

The AGM will also provide the opportunity to discuss service delivery matters in Lynnwood—while we have never really had major problems in the past, our suburb has of late also been prone to water supply disruptions, power outages and street lights that are just not fixed. Are these isolated problems or are they caused by infrastructure problems as a result of the densification of the area? Or has the municipality run out of funds?

You can make your voice heard by, firstly, renewing your membership of the Lynnwood Residents Association or by joining the LRA. Membership is still only R 100 per annum—please refer to the attached membership form.

I also attach herewith the minutes of the AGM held on 23 October 2013 for your perusal as well as the agenda for the AGM of the 28th.

We shall also need to elect a new chair, secretary and treasurer. These are critical positions without which the LRA cannot operate properly–please give strong consideration to making yourself available or to nominating someone suitable. It is crucial, especially at this stage of our existence, that we carry on on a proper basis without losing momentum. A new, younger, generation is moving into Lynnwood confirming that Lynnwood has become a suburb of choice. Some of this new generation will have to make a commitment to take the LRA forward in these more challenging times.

We look forward to seeing you on the 28th.  

Tertius du Plessis

Chairman LRA

LCA OCT 2014 SECURITY REPORT

  1. The residents remain the eyes and ears of the security initiative and must report any suspicious activity.
  2. Please make sure your alarm system is functional and that your alarm monitoring company receives your signal. Also ensure that alarm system is activated when you are not at home.
  3. All patrol and reaction vehicles are fitted with dash cameras. Video footage from these dash cameras can only be stored for approximately 48 hours due to the amount of data generated by these daPlease sh cameras. contact ZAMBLI immediately if you come across an incident so that we can identify footage that we need to save at the main frame. And time is important in the tracking of criminals and successful investigation.
  4. Residents are warned that crime on the borders of Lynnwood area is very high and must be on the alert at all times.
  5. There is a syndicate operating in this area that target plasma television sets and laptop computers. We have the answer, a plasma TV 24 hour alarm. Please phone to enquire.
  6. Enter the LCA emergency numbers on your cell phone 0861 3333 61 or cell 082 4551 057

SECURITY REPORT AT 7h00: SEKURITEITS VERSLAG TEEN 7h00

23 October, Thursday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

22 October, Wednesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

21 October, Tuesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

20 October, Monday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

17-19 October, Sunday: One incident was reported.

1.  A business property in Queens Crescent was burgled on Sunday night. The criminals prepared by switching the mains off to the property on Saturday. They waited until Monday morning around 01:00 for the alarm batteries to run down. They broke into the property but n vigilant neighbour heard the noise when they broke the door and phoned the SAPS. One burglar escaped but the other one was trapped on the property and was caught when he tried to escape into Lynnwood road.

16 October, Thursday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

15 October, Wednesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

14 October, Tuesday:  No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

13 October, Monday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

10-12 October, Sunday: No incidents were reported.

9 October, Thursday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

8 October, Wednesday: One incident was reported.

1. Electric cables where cut in Sappers Contour.

7 October, Tuesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

6 October, Monday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

3-5 October, Sunday: No incidents were reported.

2 October, Thursday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

1 October, Wednesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

2014 AGM REPORTS

See in Green Bar above   “ABOUT US (LCA) – AGM”    the 2014 LCA Chairman’s Report and 2014 AGM Minutes.

INSIDENT SONDAG, 3 AUGUSTUS 2014 TE OLD FORT ROAD, LYNNWOOD

Ons as gesin wil graag van hierdie geleentheid gebruik maak om ZAMBLI te bedank vir die uitstekende sekuriteits-diens in die  LYNNWOOD-woonbuurt.

Ons wil spesifiek vir JOHNNY en JACO baie dankie sê.   Hulle vinnige en pro-aktiewe optrede op Sondag-oggend 3 AUGUSTUS 2014 by ons woning te THE OLD FORT ROAD, LYNNWOOD het verseker ‘n potensiële inbraak verhoed.

ZAMBLI se sigbare patrolering van die buurt is vir ons as inwoners ‘n groot gemoedsrus en word baie waardeer.

 Dankbare Inwoner

LCA AUGUST / SEPT 2014 SECURITY REPORT

SECURITY REPORT AT 7h00: SEKURITEITS VERSLAG TEEN 7h00

30 September, Tuesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

29 September, Monday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

26-28 September, Sunday: No incidents were reported.

25 September, Thursday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

24 September, Wednesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

23 September, Tuesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

22 September, Monday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

19-21 September, Sunday: One incident was reported.

1. Late yesterday afternoon a vehicle was stolen from a complex on the corner of Kings Highway and Farmers Folly. Please be on the lookout for this vehicle, WV Polo (black)

18 September, Thursday: One incident was reported.

1. Clothes were stolen in Dawn street yesterday afternoon (opportunistic crime).

17 September, Wednesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

Yesterday at approximately 18:00 a resident from  Brooks street found a burglar in his house. He gave chase and the suspect fled across Lynnwood road and they attempted to apprehend the suspect at the Lynn Park shopping complex. According to the resident the suspect then produced a knife and he fired one shot wounding the suspect. The suspect then fled and attempted to hide within the Caprice complex in Farmers Folly where he was finally apprehended and taken to hospital to be treated for a gunshot to the buttocks.

16 September, Tuesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

15 September, Monday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

12-14 September, Sunday: No incidents were reported.

11 September, Thursday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

10 September, Wednesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

9 September, Tuesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

Yesterday a Zambli reaction vehicle driving past Menlo Park High School noticed a person breaking into a motor vehicle parked in Sussex street. He attempted to apprehend this person. The suspect ran and jumped into a silver Ford Bantam LDV. A high speed chase followed. This chase went up Rosemary and along Queens Crescent. The criminals managed to escape when the chase went as far as the N1 north and they vanished into the afternoon traffic.

The vehicle involved was a silver Ford Bantam LDV with a damaged tail gate. No registration number available. The criminals threw their loot out of  the vehicle as far as they went and a car radio and GPS was found next to the road along Queens Crescent.

Later after the incident a LCA member phoned reporting a laptop bag. This bag contained ID photos and various documents. The laptop computer was most probably removed and the bag discarded.

The bag and its contents were handed to Brooklyn SAPS.

8 September, Monday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

5-7 September, Sunday: No incidents were reported.

4 September, Thursday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

3 September, Wednesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

2 September, Tuesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

1 September, Monday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

29-31 Aug, Sunday: No incidents were reported.

28 Aug, Thursday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

27 Aug, Wednesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

26 Aug, Tuesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

25 Aug, Monday: One incident was reported.

1. There was a theft out of motor vehicle incident in Kings Highway on Monday afternoon. Item stolen was a laptop.

22-24 Aug, Sunday: One incident was reported.

1. On Friday afternoon there was a house robbery in Flinder steeg avenue. The perpetrators followed the victims home and stole jewelry and house hold items. Zambli is in possession of video footage, that the also provided to SAPS.

21 Aug, Thursday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

20 Aug, Wednesday:  No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

19 Aug, Tuesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

18 Aug, Monday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

15-17 Aug, Sunday: One incident was reported.

1. On Sunday morning a Mercedes Benz was stolen from Old Fort Road, the gate was forced open. Zambli found the gate open and inquired about what happened.

14 Aug, Thursday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

13 Aug, Wednesday: One incident was reported.

1. Yesterday at approximately 14:30 one of the LCA members noticed a suspicious vehicle parked in front of his premises. He immediately phoned ZAMBLI armed response and followed the vehicle. Zambli managed to pull the vehicle over and notified the Brooklyn SAPS to assist. The vehicle and occupants were taken to the Brooklyn Police Station. Nothing was found but all occupants had criminal records and had no identification. This is an example of how the community and security should work together against  crime. Yesterday a strong message was sent.

12 Aug, Tuesday: Waiting for Zambli to send a report

11 Aug, Monday: Waiting for Zambli to send a report

8-10 Aug: Sunday: One incident was reported.

1. On Sunday morning a bakkie was stolen from Old Fort  road. The owner only realized that the vehicle was gone on Sunday morning. The gate lock was cut and the motor opened manually.

7 Aug,Thursday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

6 Aug,Wednesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

5 Aug, Tuesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

4 Aug, Monday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

1-3 Aug, Sunday:  No incidents were reported.

ZAMBLI DAILY SECURITY REPORT

REPORT: FRIDAY 01 AUGUST 2014  at 7AM

REPORT:

CASES REPORTED:

  1. No incidents reported previous 24 hours

INCIDENTS:

No incidents reported

INCIDENTS: – OTHER AREAS CRIME HOTSPOTS: 

  • Theft out of motor vehicle: Hazelwood, Menlo Park.
  • Robbery common:
  • Burglaries: Menlo Park, Lynnwood Glen, Menlyn.
  • House Robberies: Waterkloof and Moreletta Park, Wingate Park
  • Theft of Motor vehicle: Waterkloof, Hazelwood, Menlo Park, Menlyn and Hatfield

BE AWARE:

    1. SUSPICIOUS VEHICLES -
    1. SUSPICIOUS PERSONS –

None

INFORMATION:

  1. Please report all suspicious persons and vehicles in your street immediately. Residents are the best at noticing suspicious behavior or vehicles.  Send as much information of crimes to zambli202@gmail.com.
  2. Enter the LCA emergency numbers on your cell phone 0861 3333 61 or cell 082 4551 057

OPPERATIONS:

  1. We had three vehicles in the area and a total of   673  km’s was patrolled yesterday.
  2.     0_Gate were left open, owners contacted.
  3.   ­­­­­ 31  Alarm signals received.

    0 Positive

 o% Due to weather

 100%Human error and

 0%Unexplained false alarms

  1. All patrol and reaction vehicles are fitted with dash cameras. Video footage from these dash cameras can only be stored for approximately 48 hours due to the amount of data generated by these dash cameras.
  2. Please report incidents immediately so that we can identify footage that we need to save at the main frame.

ACCESS GATES:

  • Lynnwood estate: All gates are functional..
  • Strubenkop estate: All gates are functional.

ZAMBI CRIME ANALYSIS

CRIME ANALYSES

WE HAVE TAKEN SOME TIME TO STUDY AND FOLLOW UP ON THE LATEST CRIME WAVE, HOUSE ROBBERIES. WE HAVE ANALYZED FIVE ROBBERIES THAT TOOK PLACE IN PRETORIA DURING THE DAY. WE FIRSTLY LOOKED AT THE SIMILARITIES IN THESE CASES AND THEN ATTEMPTED RECREATE THE WHOLE SCENARIO IN AN ATTEMPT TO UNDERSTAND THE METHOD USED BY THE CRIMINALS AND TO SUPPLY THE PUBLIC WITH THE BEST CHANCE OF AVOIDING AND SURVIVING THESE INCIDENTS.

  1. IN ALL THE CASES STUDIED THE ROBBERY TOOK PLACE WHEN THE VICTIM ARRIVED HOME FROM A SHOPPING TRIP.
  2. IN ALL THE CASES THE VICTIM WAS WEARING EXPENSIVE JEWELLERY .( DIAMOND RINGS )
  3. IN ALL CASES THE CRIMINALS WENT FOR THE RINGS FIRST AND THEN ENQUIRED ABOUT MORE JEWELLERY ONLY AFTER THE FIRST WAVE OF ATTACK.
  4. IN ALL CASES OTHER PERSONS ON THE SCENE WERE DETAINED AND THEIR TARGET PERSON ( FEMALE ) INTIMIDATED TO SURRENDER MORE JEWELLERY AND VALUABLES.
  5. IN ALL CASES THESE CRIMINALS WERE VIOLENT AND POINT FIRE-ARMS BUT DO NOT REALLY HARM THEIR VICTIMS OTHER THAN FORCEFUL HANDLING AND THE TRAUMA THAT FOLLOWED THE INCIDENT.
  6. IN ALL CASES THE BASIC DESCRIPTION OF THE CRIME AND THE ACTIONS OF THE CRIMINALS ARE SIMILAR.
  7. WE STUDIED THE SHOPPING MALLS AND LAYOUT OF TWO OF THE MALLS IMPLICATED IN THREE OF THE ROBBERIES.

We assumed that the criminals will determine if a possible victim is worth following and is worth the risk before going through the trouble of planning a robbery. The criminals will study their victim and make sure that she fits the criteria. We went into the shopping malls to determine if we can identify possible victims that will be an easy and worth the while target. First step was to determine if our victim was worth the trouble. We quickly identified multiple targets that were wearing expensive rings with large diamonds. The two methods of doing this were by watching woman driving within the parking area. We could easily identify large diamond rings on their fingers as they had their hands on the steering wheel.  We then knew the vehicle and could wait for them to return from shopping and a second person could wait for them at the same entrance they entered (People tend to leave the parking area the same way they came in.) We could then follow the victim into the shop and we noticed that it was easy to identify expensive jewellery whilst the victim was pushing a trolley, handling groceries, paying at the checkout and other actions. We could easily follow the victim back to the vehicle and notify the pursuit vehicle when the victim is about to leave. We selected a few targets and could quickly determine if they are soft targets. We followed and targeted mostly ladies, the elderly and ladies who seemed to be soft mannered. It amazed us how many of these soft targets were wearing rings with an estimated value above R 50 000.00. Elderly people wearing Breightling watches, jewellery and gold earrings. All these people were followed to vehicles matching the value of their jewellery. This concludes that these people were worth the effort of following. Viewing footage in one of the malls we noticed an unknown man walking in front of the victim when she left the shop, looking around a few times at the victim an it appeared as if he was trying to make sure he was in front of the correct person. He could have been a spotter. Be aware the following people may be spotters for robbers: trolley assistants, people approaching to assist you with your groceries, beggars, other shoppers and mostly people loitering around the mall.

How do they do it? We are speculating that they have spotters within shopping malls who identify possible targets ( None of the suspicious persons identified in the malls could be linked to the crime scene )  This information is then communicated to a vehicle parked close by, this vehicle initiates the tracking of the target vehicle. (One of the victims noted a vehicle following her but this vehicle turned away at an intersection and she relaxed. She turned into her driveway to find a vehicle different to the one she noticed following her, rush in and the robbery followed.) The initial vehicle used in the tracking of the target vehicle will follow this vehicle and get the robbery vehicle in place to continue once it has turned away. In four out of the five cases the victim noticed the robbers pass and turn around. This is done in order to assess the situation and possible threats before they continue with the robbery.

Please note that these criminals all use the latest model fast vehicles like: BMW, MERCEDES BENZ, HYUNDAI I30, VW POLO OR CADDY. They normally work in groups of three or more. They are well groomed and well trained and may have practiced their moves multiple times and know exactly how to handle any situation. They know how to escape and might have done some recons in your area.

What can I do to minimise my risk?

  1. Do not wear expensive jewellery when doing shopping, especially rings they are easily noticed.
  2. Do not carry or withdraw large amounts of cash. Get someone to accompany you when making large withdrawals and hide the money.
  3. Do not take out large amount of cash when paying for small items. Try and split your cash in such a way that you only take out part thereof when making payments.
  4. Do not accept assistance from strangers, rather use officials from the mall or people you know when you need assistance.
  5. Do not leave valuables in plain sight in your vehicle.
  6. When you enter into your mall’s parking look at the people standing around and attempt to see if someone sows interest in you.
  7. When you enter into the mall do the same and see if someone shows interest in you and your movements. If someone makes you feel uneasy report this to the mall or shop security. The criminal will be notice you speaking to security and will feel that he has been noticed and will note you as a high risk target.
  8. When leaving the parking area be vigilant and see if you are being followed.
  9. Look if you can identify any of the vehicles that were behind you when you left the parking at a later stage at an intersection.
  10. Criminals may follow up to 500m behind.
  11. Look if you can identify any vehicles in the street before you enter your property. If in doubt continue past your residence and call for assistance.
  12. Call your local security company for a meet and greet if you feel you are being followed or when you are carrying valuables or money.
  13. If you are in your driveway and you notice a vehicle driving past with people interested in your movements, note if they turn around. If you notice the vehicle turning you must act fast. Firstly see if you can close your gate and press your remote panic button, let any people accompanying you scatter, call for attention. If they stop in front of your property do not approach these people at any cost, they might fake some reason for communicating to distract you. ( The most common is to ask for directions.) Move to safety and avoid being cornered at all cost. You need to survive for a few minutes on your own because your security service provider should have received your panic signal and will be on their way. If you have no panic system you will be on your own to deal with the situation (Not the ideal situation to be in!). We rather attend to 100 false calls than to miss one incident.

IF YOU FIND YOURSELF IN AN ARMED ROBBERY SITUATION:

  1. The best is to comply with their requests because they are in a stressful situation and want to get away as fast as possible. Get them off your property as quick as possible this normally happens when people give them what they want.
  2. Attempt to take note of fine details: Registration numbers of vehicles used in robberies, even if false they cannot quickly remove these and have to travel some distance with these plates. Take note of any unique features on their vehicle as you might identify this vehicle at a later stage even if the registration plates are changed. ( Scratches, dents, mag wheels, e-tags and position thereof, license disc, parking discs, stone chips, spot lights, stickers and many more) Take note of clothing especially shoes, criminals tend to use the same shoes for a long period and you do not have to look up to take note of these. If you have the opportunity make note of their faces, scars and other features. Criminals rely on the fact that their victims are to traumatise to see, note and remember their faces and features. Make mental notes where they walk and touch, this may assist in the investigation after the incident.
  3. The key is to get them to go!

WHAT SHOULD I DO! BE PREPARED AT ALL TIMES!

  1. The best reaction to any action is automation. Every situation is unique and no one solution can be given for all situations. You are the best judge of what should be done as you know yourself, your surroundings, your home and other factors that will influence your actions in this type of crime.
  2. Look at your house and premises and decide how you will react if confronted in various places in and around your property. Imagine how you would rob or hijack yourself and determine your weak points. Imagine how you should act when you find yourself as victim of crime in various scenarios and re-enact every scenario regularly.

PLEASE NOTE:

THIS IS TO GIVE GUIDANCE AND TO CREATE AWARENESS AND IS NOT APPLICABLE TO ALL ROBBERIES AND CANNOT BE USED AS TRAINING MATERIAL.

Daily Zambli Security Report

BIGFOOT SECURITY SERVICEST/A ZAMBLI SECURITY
 H.C.  HARMSEPSIRA REG NO: 2047161CELL: 083 680 4705 (MD)
REG: M2011/006195/07VAT: 4400260818PSIRA REG NO: 2110449 TEL: 012-346 5390FAX: 086 528 4016E-MAIL: info@bigfootservices.co.za
300 BROOKLYN ROADMENLO PARK0081

REPORT:

 CASES REPORTED:

  1. No incident reported  (29-07-2014)

INCIDENTS:

No incidents reported

INCIDENTS: – OTHER AREAS CRIME HOTSPOTS: 

  • Theft out of motor vehicle: Hazelwood, Menlo Park.
  • Robbery common:
  • Burglaries: Menlo Park, Lynnwood Glen, Menlyn.
  • House Robberies: Waterkloof and Moreletta Park, Wingate Park
  • Theft of Motor vehicle: Waterkloof, Hazelwood, Menlo Park, Menlyn and Hatfield

 BE AWARE:

  1. The following vehicles are involved in hijackings and house robberies: White BMW 1 series, white VW Polo, white Isuzu double cab with canopy, white Hyundai I30 and a black VW Polo. If you notice any vehicle with this description passing your property when arriving home from shopping be alert and watch if this vehicle turns around. The normal actions of criminals involved in these type of robberies is to follow their victims and make a pass to assess the situation. When satisfied that the situation is suitable for a successful robbery, they quickly turn around and hit swiftly.

ZAMBLI security immediately at 086 133 3361 or 082 455 1057 to report similar incidents.

 SUSPICIOUS PERSONS –

    • None

INFORMATION:

  1. Please report all suspicious persons and vehicles in your street immediately. Residents are the best at noticing suspicious behavior or vehicles.  Send as much information of crimes to zambli202@gmail.com.
  2. Enter the LCA emergency numbers on your cell phone 0861 3333 61 or cell 082 4551 057

 OPPERATIONS:

  1. We had three vehicles in the area and a total of   675  km’s was patrolled yesterday.
  2.     0_Gate were left open, owners contacted.
  3.   ­­­­­ 38  Alarm signals received.

    0 Positive

 o% Due to weather

 90%Human error and

 10%Unexplained false alarms

  1. All patrol and reaction vehicles are fitted with dash cameras. Video footage from these dash cameras can only be stored for approximately 48 hours due to the amount of data generated by these dash cameras.
  2. Please report incidents immediately so that we can identify footage that we need to save at the main frame.

 ACCESS GATES:

  • Lynnwood estate: All gates are functional..
  • Strubenkop estate: All gates are functional.

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REPORT:

 CASES REPORTED:

  1. No incidents reported up to 06:30  (17-07-2014)

INCIDENTS:

None

INCIDENTS: – OTHER AREAS CRIME HOTSPOTS: 

  • Theft out of motor vehicle: Waterkloof, Hazelwood, Menlo Park, Erasmus Kloof and Lynnwood.
  • Robbery common:
  • Burglaries: Menlo Park, Lynnwood Glen
  • House Robberies: Waterkloof
  • Theft of Motor vehicle: Waterkloof

 BE AWARE:

  1. SUSPICIOUS VEHICLES –
    • Be on the lookout for a silver / grey Ford Bantam LDV registration unknown. This vehicle is involved in theft out of motor vehicles in our area.
  2. SUSPICIOUS PERSON –
    • None

INFORMATION:

  1. We urgently need interactive members. Please communicate all known crimes to us. If you hear of a crime even if it did not take place within Pretoria please inform us. Criminals and criminal activities are constantly evolving and we need to get hold of all possible information to be able stay ahead. Send as much information of crimes to zambli202@gmail.com.
  2. Enter the LCA emergency numbers on your cell phone 0861 3333 61 or cell 082 4551 057

 OPERATIONS:

  1. We had three vehicles in the area and a total of   484 km’s was patrolled from Friday to Sunday.
  2.     1_Gates were left open, owners contacted.
  3.   ­­­­­ 36  Alarm signals received.

    0 Positive

 o% Due to weather

 94%Human error and

 6%Unexplained false alarms

  1. All patrol and reaction vehicles are fitted with dash cameras. Video footage from these dash cameras can only be stored for approximately 48 hours due to the amount of data generated by these dash cameras.
  2. Please report incidents immediately so that we can identify footage that we need to save at the main frame.

 ACCESS GATES:

  • Lynnwood estate: We are currently doing a complete rebuild of the Flinders gate and residents are warned that this gate is still under construction and work on this gate will be completed by Monday the 21st .
  • All other gates are functional.

LCA JUNE & JULY 2014 SECURITY REPORT

  1. SECURITY REPORT AT 7h00: SEKURITEITS VERSLAG TEEN 7h00

31 July, Thusday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours

30 July, Wednesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

29 July,Tuesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

28 July, Monday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

25-27 July,Sunday: One incident was reported.

1. On late Friday afternoon there was  a burglary reported in Millers Mile. The front door was forced open. Item reported stolen- HD monitor.

24 July, Thursday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

23 July, Wednesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

22 July, Tuesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

21 July, Monday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

18-20 July, Sunday: No incidents were reported.

17 July, Thursday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

16 July, Wednesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

15 July, Tuesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

14 July, Monday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

11-13 July, Sunday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

10 July, Thursday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

9 July, Wednesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

8 July, Tuesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

7 July,Monday: One incident was reported.

1. There was a theft out of vehicle in Mimosa avenue around 17:00.

4-6 July, Sunday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

3 July, Thursday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

2 July, Wednesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

1 July, Tuesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

30 June, Monday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

27-29 June, Sunday: No incidents were reported.

26 June, Thursday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

25 June, Wednesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

24 June, Tuesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

23 June, Monday: One incident was reported.

1. A lady was assaulted in Rosemary street, Zambli arrested the suspect.

20-22 June, Sunday: Two incidents were reported.

1. On Friday two theft out of motor incidents were reported in Lovers lane. These incidents were not related.

19 June, Thursday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

18 June, Wednesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

17 June,Tuesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

16 June, Monday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

13-15 June, Sunday: No incidents were reported.

12 June, Thursday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

11 June, Wednesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

10 June, Tuesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

9 June, Monday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

6-8 June, Sunday: No incidents were reported.

5 June, Thursday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

4 June, Wednesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

3 June, Tuesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

2 June, Monday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

1 June, Sunday:  No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours

LCA 7th AGM 10 June 2014

NOTICE OF THE 7th ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF LYNNWOOD COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION (LCA)

Notice is hereby given that the 7th Annual General Meeting of Lynnwood Community Association is to be held at Lynnwood Laerskool, Rodericks Rd on Tuesday, 10 June, 2014  at 19:00.

AGENDA

  1. Notice of Meeting and Welcome.
  2. To establish a quorum – in terms Section 17 of the LCA Articles of Association it will be necessary for 75 LCA  members to be present in person or by proxy before the meeting can proceed to business.  Any LCA member who is unable to attend the meeting is urged to complete and return a form of proxy (attached) before 9 June 2014.
  3.  Motions.
  4. To approve and adopt the minutes of the 6th LCA AGM held on 4 June 2013.
  5. Matters arising from the minutes.
  6. Directors’ Report.
  7. To approve the Financial Statements of the LCA and the report of the Auditors for the year ending 28th February 2014.
  8. To appoint Auditors and approve the remuneration for the past audit.
  9. To elect five directors to hold office for one year.
  10. GENERAL

10.1      ZAMBLI: Security Report – J Grant.

10.2      ZAMBLI: Security Alarm Monitoring and armed response.

10.3      LCA: Marketing and Canvassing of new members.

10.4      Other

Adjournment.

BY ORDER OF THE LCA BOARD                                      15 May 2014