See something, say something​

Resources are only allocated when problems are reported. Without a record of it having happened, nothing can be done to provide assistance in making our neighbourhood safer. Please report problems and faults, even if only for statistical purposes.

HOW TO REPORT:

1. The South African Police Service (SAPS)

082 5222 853

Ops cell phone 24hrs

021 467 8006/7

SAPS Control Room
(Cape Town Central)

2. City of Cape Town Law Enforcement & Metro Police

021 480 7700
or 107 (landline)

3. City of Cape Town Service Fault Reporting

For example: Electricity Faults, Water faults, Potholes, Street Lights, Abandoned vehicle, Refuse Collection

WHAT TO REPORT:

1. The South African Police Service (SAPS)
SAPS operates nationally. They are equipped with detectives to investigate crime.
2. City of Cape Town Law Enforcement & Metro Police

The City of Cape Town’s system has been triaged into 4 stages of priority.
Priority 1 = 7 minutes, Priority 2 = 2 days and Priority 3 = 14 days.

 
METRO POLICE:
TRAFFIC POLICE:
LAW ENFORCEMENT:
3. City of Cape Town Service Fault Reporting
CoCT FAULTS: