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[INFOGRAPHIC]📊 Crime Stats 1 – 15 January 2023

In the first two weeks of January, 72 incidents were reported to our Emergency Dispatch Centre. The top types of incidents throughout the month so far were housebreakings, business breaking and theft.


2022 was another incredible year for Marshall Security. We saw and overcame many obstacles, made countless arrests, made advancements with our technology such as AI-driven security systems, and overall helped to make our piece of Durban a safer place. With all of these advancements, 2023 is looking to be an even better year for Marshall Security. We are expecting to see even more cutting-edge security solutions in the next couple of months.

Despite all of this, 2022 only served to reinforce our heart for community, and the soul behind security that really matters. At Marshall, we go above and beyond for not just our clients, but for the whole community. We look forward to what the next year has in store for us, as we serve you, In Case Of Anything.


Response Officer Risks His Life Attending To Housebreaking

One of our Armed Response Officers attended to a housebreaking where he found the suspect still on the premises. While attempting to apprehend the suspect, a scuffle broke out which landed the officer in hospital.

Copper Thief Arrested By Vigilant Officer While On Routine Patrol

One of our vigilant Armed Response Officers arrested a suspect who had stolen copper pipes and outside lights from a business premises last week, when he spotted him walking on North Coast Road.

Durban North resident reunited with missing pooch after eight days

Katherine Funnell said her faith in humanity has been restored after a response officer from Marshall Security, Lindo Ximba, spotted her missing dog Elliot while on patrol.

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