HVCID is a non-profit community association made up of volunteering residents, established to improve safety in Harfield Village.

What we do

The HVCID’s objective is to improve safety and security in Harfield Village.
We cover the area from Kenilworth Road to Imam Haron Road, and the railway line to Rosmead Avenue and Chichester Road.
It is a non-profit community association, made up of volunteering residents and a manager. We are not a city-linked CID. Harfield Village is not a Special Rating Area (SRA). HVCID receives no money from the city or residents’ rates

The only requirement to be an HVCID member is that you are a Fidelity ADT (F-ADT) customer. There is no cost for HVCID membership.

Benefits of our partnership with Fidelity ADT

Two dedicated patrol vehicles in the Village, with F-ADT officers who are familiar with the area.

 LPR, analytical and overview cameras at various points in and around the Village.

Sponsorship which enables us to employ our manager, maintain the cameras, and host community events, including Halloween in the park and the last two Harfield Carnivals.

Fidelity ADT personnel that monitor the alerts from our LPR and analytical cameras, as well as messages on the HVCID Crime Alert WhatsApp group.


Responsibilities of the HVCID manager

Provides a regular newsletter with crime reporting to the community.

Attends weekly crime forum task meetings with other security stakeholders in the area, including SAPS, and a monthly Claremont Community Police Forum Sector 1 and 4 meeting.

Liaises with our SAPS Sector manager and various Fidelity ADT role-players.
Reviews camera footage when a crime is reported and enables SAPS Detectives to retrieve footage for opened cases.
Is a contact point for HVCID members for all non-emergency security related matters.

Administers the HVCID Crime Alert WhatsApp group, and promotes the HVCID on social media.

Raises safety concerns with various security role-players, including SAPS, Law Enforcement, Fidelity ADT, Har-Lyn neighbourhood watch, the Claremont Community Police Forum, and our Ward 58 Councillor.
Organises safety initiatives such as the ‘’child carer safety awareness course’’.


Jen Rowe

081 412 6109

Bruce Burmeister


Caryn Rawlings

Vice Chairperson and Treasurer

Monique Schutz Stuart-Fox


Arthur Venter

Committee Member

Our Partner Civic organisations

Harfield Village Association

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Harfield Village Association is the residents association. Their aim is to safeguard the interests of residents and the character of the Village. There is a small annual membership fee to support them.

Friends of Harfield Parks

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Friends of Harfield Parks help to maintain the four parks as well as green spaces within Harfield Village. There is no membership fee. They rely on donations of your time, plants, and money.

Har-Lyn neighbourhood watch

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Har-Lyn neighbourhood watch is a DoCS certified watch made up of volunteer patrollers. They are the eyes and ears on the streets, covering Harfield and beyond. There is no fee for membership.

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