HVCID Newsletter 24 December 2021

Dear Residents

We would like to thank everyone involved in keeping us safe each and every day…from SAPS to Law Enforcement, Community Policing Forums, Security Companies, Neighbourhood Watches, Community Leaders, Community Groups, Resident Associations, Street Groups, and each and every one of you for the part you play.  It is only by working together that we can really make a difference.

May you have wonderful celebrations after a tough year and may you find some peace and experience good health for 2022.HVCID OFFICE CLOSUREThe HVCID office will be closed for the festive season from Monday, 27 December 2021 and will re-open on Monday, 3 January 2022.
Please take note of all the relevant emergency numbers below.
Please follow these basic guidelines if you need help or need to alert someone urgently…Call: Police 10111 and Fidelity ADT Emergency: 086 1212 301
Har-Lyn Neighbourhood Watch: 071 802 2454 (Please hold on the line if no one answers right away, as it will forward through to F-ADT).

OTHER IMPORTANT CONTACT NUMBERS:
Police (National): 10111, Police (Claremont): 021 657 2250
Police Sector 1 Manager – W.O. Wilkins: 079 894 1555
HVCID Manager – Jen Rowe: 081 412 6109 (9am – 5pm Mon to Fri) 
admin@hvcid.co.za

City of Cape Town Emergency Services (When life or property is endangered by fire, accidents, natural disasters etc.): From mobile: 112; From Landline: 107
Metro Police & Traffic: 0860 765 423

To all of you…Have a wonderful Festive season! 
Stay safe, healthy and be aware!


Kind regards,
Jen Rowe and the HVCID team

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