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Stop Crime In South Africa



20 Ideas to Help Stop Crime in South Africa
Help find ways for youth in the neighborhood to spend their spare time, through organis

Teach children how to reduce their risk of being victims of crime. Insist on knowing where they are, what they are doing, and who they are with. Ask their friends to get involved in making our country safer for all of us. Our children are the future leaders of our country & the sooner we enroll them in the fight against crime the better

Get involved. Volunteer to help in community and neighborhood watches and other community improvement efforts. Encourage religious, civic, & social groups to help stop crime.

Use common-sense to reduce your risk of being a victim of crime. Stay in well-lighted, busy areas; travel with a friend if possible; walk in a confident, assured way. Avoid known trouble spots. Tell all your friends which streets to avoid

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Report crimes
and suspicious activities to police; agree to testify when necessary. Stand up for what you believe in if you want a safe community. Encourage the youth to do likewise

Get to know your neighbours
and agree to look out for each other. Look after your neighbour's house when he is away. Get organised; work with the police.

Find ways to settle arguments without violence. If you resort to violence to settle disputes, this is what you will teach your child. Be a good example

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Use common courtesy. It helps ease tensions that can lead to violence. Teach your kids that common courtesy is important.

Don't carry a weapon. You lose, whether you use it or it's used on you.

Don't support illegal activities,
like buying stolen property or using illegal drugs. It's the wrong message to send a child, and it involves you in criminal activity. ed recreation, tutoring programs, part-time work, and volunteer opportunities.

Set up a Neighborhood Watch or a community patrol, working with police. Make sure your streets and homes are well lighted.





SACMEC is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation registered as a Section 21 company in terms of the Companies Act 61 of 1973 of South Africa. SACMEC will operate in association with the International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children (ICMEC) based in Virginia, USA.It will also form partnerships with NGO's and Government Departments that have the same goals concerning the children of South Africa, and on the continent of Africa.


Tell South Africans about!!!!

Simply place this code on your website, or copy it into an email and send it to your webmaster. Make South Africans aware of all the crime!!! 


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Guys please forward this to as many people as possible this could help out a lot!!
Please be careful and warn everyone you know! We all hear about these incidents and hope it never happens to anyone we know, however the latest styles used by would be hi-jackers are far more horrific than ever before. Because of the new gun laws and stricter rules regarding ammunition, Hijackers have turned their attention to using Pool Acid, this acid is kept in a syringe or even a small plastic and then used to blind daze and disorientate the driver of the vehicle, it also assists them with getting away from the scene more readily.

Crime Stop Designs Gun Free SA

Please do not wind down your windows, even a small bit at any intersections whatsoever. Please see below attached report from Discovery Health Lets be careful out there


                STOP FARM KILLING -The South African farming community has suffered from attacks for many years.The majority of the victims have been Afrikaner farmers, with claims of death tolls of up to 3,000 cited in the national and international media.While the government describes the attacks as simply part of the bigger picture of crime in South Africa white farmers point to brutal attacks and incidents involving self-declared racist motivations as evidence of a campaign to drive them off their land.

                SOUTH AFRICAN GENOCIDE - Pretoria, South Africa – The genocide against white Afrikaans speaking people in South Africa is continuing, they are also known as “boers”. Over the past few days a number of people were brutally murdered, some even had nothing stolen as black armed gangs target white people in South Africa.

                 SOUTH AFRICAN AWB LEADER - Eugène Ney Terre'Blanche (31 January 1941 – 3 April 2010) was a former member of South Africa's Herstigte Nasionale Party who founded the Afrikaner Weerstandsbeweging (AWB) during the apartheid era. During the 1980s and early 1990s, he became known for threatening civil war to maintain white rule in South Africa.After the country's transition to post-apartheid democracy, he revised his stances and urged his followers to push for independence in an independent Afrikaner homeland, which he frequently referred to as a "Boerevolkstaat". Terre'Blanche led the organisation until his death in 2010.

                 SOUTH AFRICAN RIGHT WING KILLED - Eugene Terreblanche, leader of the South African far-right group AWB (Afrikaner Weerstandsbeweging) was found murdered on his Ventersdorp in the North West on Saturday evening. He was 69.AWB spokesman André Visagie reports Terreblanche was found in his bed, beaten with pipes and hacked with a machete while he slept at approximately 18:00 South African time.

                 SOUTH AFRICAN PARTYS - South Africa has a vibrant multiparty political system, with 13 parties represented in the National Assembly of Parliament.The African National Congress (ANC) is the majority party, with 264 of the 400 National Assembly seats. The party also controls eight of the country's nine provinces, with the exception of the Western Cape, where the Democratic Alliance won the majority in the 2009 elections.

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      STAY ALIVE IN SOUTH AFRICA - Be aware that parts of South Africa are high crime areas. Although there is no need to be paranoid it is wise to take some basic precautions and be alert as you would in any situation.Starting at the point of entry at the international airport upon arrival, keep your luggage secure as there are some thieves within the terminal building who are always on the lookout for easy pickings.

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