South-African Police Services Plettenberg-Bay – The South African Police Service does not just investigate cases and do crime prevention, we also provide a range of services and resources to our many partners and to the general public.The Vision of the South African Police Service is to create a safe and secure environment for all the people in South Africa.
It is always crucial that you know who to contact in case of an emergency. The city of Plettenberg-Bay has been divided into several policing sectors, each with its own contact person and contact number. As a Plettenberg-Bay resident, it is of very importance to always have access to these contacts:
Police : 10111 or 0800 10111 or
Emergency – Cell phone 112 (this number is free, but can only be used via mobile)
Emergency – Ambulance 10177
If you want to contact us for a tip off, our Crime Stop Line is – 08600 10111
This call centre can be contacted to anonymously report criminal activities. This number may not be used for police emergencies. Calls will be charged at local call rates and standard cellular rates.
This service is available 24 hours a day to any person who wants to report criminals and their activities by telephone by providing information that may assist the police in the prevention and/or investigation of crime. The caller may choose to remain anonymous.
When calling 08600 10111, a Crime Stop call centre agent will answer the call and note the available information and will provide the caller with a secret code number for future reference.
If you want to reach the Service Complaint Centre – 0800 333 177
Complaints regarding poor service delivery can be reported to this centre.
If you are of the opinion that the South-African Police Services Plettenberg-Bay, did not deliver the necessary service you required, you can report it to our Service Complaints Centre by calling the toll-free number. You may also send a detailed report in writing to the following fax number: 012 393 5452 or email address: Service Complaints Centre
This toll free number cannot be used to report a crime.
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