Foot patrol operations to help curb high crime rate

Police and Alpha Alarms officers patrol the streets of Isipingo.

SAPS and security personnel have joined forces to provide visible policing in the suburb.

Following a spate of armed robberies, hijackings and theft out of trucks in the Isipingo area, members of the SAPS eThekwini Outer South Cluster together with officers from local security company, Alpha Alarms took to the streets of the Isipingo CBD and Rana Road Business Sector on foot patrol operations during the week.

Business owners and patrons said they were grateful for the visible policing during the month-end chaos that marks them as soft targets for ruthless criminals.


Click on the words highlighted in red to read more on this and related topics.
To receive news links via WhatsApp, send an invite to 061 694 6047
The South Coast Sun is also on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest – why not join us there?

Do you have more information pertaining to this story?
Feel free to let us know by commenting on our Facebook page or you can contact our newsroom on 031 903 2341 and speak to a journalist.

(Comments posted on this issue may be used for publication in the Sun)

Earl Baillache

find your
dream home

looking for an

List your Property

It's easy in only three
simple steps...

find professional
services in
your area

Locate a business
operating in
your area

List your Business

Want more customers? They're online right now, searching for businesses like yours. Place your ad now...

Latest News


Recommended Story x
ATM conmen netted after high speed chase

Thanx for your referral. We have no doubt your friends will love our newsletter as much as you!

Don't forget to verify your email.

to our FREE newsletter
SUBSCRIBE to our FREE newsletter.

SELECT your titles:

South Coast Sun
Southlands Sun

Your details:

Your friends:

I didn't sign up for this
I'd like to see and read more... (Please indicate in comments section below)
I'm relocating (Please indicate where to)