In October, 227 incidents were reported to our Emergency Dispatch Centre. This is a 1% increase compared to the year-to-date average, with 11% increase on the incident rate we recorded last month. The top types of incidents throughout the month were housebreakings, theft, theft of copper and business break-in.
Throughout the month of October we arrested 24 suspects and recovered 12 stolen or hijacked vehicles. 💪 This is our highest recorded number of arrests in a month this year so far, well done teams!
[DASHCAM] High Speed Chase Following Alert Response Leads To Arrest Of Wanted Effingham Housebreakers
Quick and effective response to the alerts of vigilant community members led to the arrest of two suspects wanted for housebreaking incidents in the Effingham and Avoca areas following a high speed chase.
Suspects Arrested For Using Fake R200 Notes Linked To Multiple Fraud Cases
Two suspects that were arrested for using fake bank notes at a well-known restaurant in Glenashley were linked to multiple other fraud cases in other parts of Durban.
Five Suspects Arrested In Sea Cow Lake Murder Investigation
Thorough investigation into a murder case led members of our Special Operations Team and police officials on a five hour long manhunt in a Sea Cow Lake informal settlement in the early hours of the morning, where five suspects were arrested.