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Pro-Active South Africa – Report a Crime Today




Established and founded in January 2011 and operating under the name LINCIT CC with Registration Number 2011/011915/23 and trading as Pro-Active South Africa. Pro-Active South Africa is privately owned and located in Cape Town, South Africa.

Our system has been under development since February 2013 and we officially launched our application in January 2016 in the Western Cape, after completion of the development and testing to ensure that the product is ready for the market. In June 2016 we expanded our service offering to the rest of South Africa within the Insurance, Banking and Security Services Industries with a National Network of 157 Security Service Providers.

Emphasis has been placed on service delivery to Vehicle Owners and Security Services in shorter periods of time by effective distribution and retrieval of stolen vehicles. The need for faster and accurate information (intelligence) with a focus on combating crime is the corner
stone of our service offering. We have adopted the attitude of building long-standing relationships through personalised service by being an extension to our clients business.

Industry Overview

There are over 12 009 553 Live Vehicles in South Africa Registered ending January 2017. With a mere 35% of Vehicles being insured and 65% of vehicles on South African Roads are un-insured. The previous un-insured vehicles are mostly due to being too costly to insure or the vehicles are not worth insuring as they are between 7 – 20 years old.

The theft of motor vehicles / organized crime is a profession like any other and the criminals are engaging in the activities for monetary benefit.

36.4% of Vehicles are disposed of within South Africa and 57.6% are exported to bordering countries. This said, the quicker information is distributed effectively to the correct individuals the more effective the Security Industry can operate which will contribute to the possible arrest of suspects in possession of stolen or carjacked vehicles.

The aforementioned will also contribute to our justice system being supported with tangible evidence as suspects are arrested with vehicles in their possession. By arresting suspects this can also lower other forms of crime like armed robberies, break-ins and thefts which stolen vehicles are often used in.

Impact Analysis

Please take note that the below findings are based on market research, information acquired via Crime Stats SA, South African Police Services Crime Statistics and Victims of Crime Surveys.

• The recovery rate on the said geographical areas are estimated between 40% and 50% for vehicles with Tracker Units.

• The most likely vehicles to be stolen or carjacked are VW’s and Toyota’s.

• Crime statistics indicated theft of motor vehicles and carjacking’s for the period 2015 – 2016 as 68 411.

The aforementioned is based on SAPS Statistics and is 6 – 18 months old.

• Carjacking has gone up 14% year on year and theft of motor vehicles decreased by 2.3% nationally year on year.

• 80.7% of Theft of Motor Vehicle and Motor Cycle were recorded in KwaZulu-Natal (8673), Western Cape (8378) and Gauteng (26646) respectively over the 2015 and 2016 financial year.

• 82.8% of carjacking’s were recorded in Western Cape (2032 – 32.8% increase), KwaZulu-Natal (2493 – 3.2% increase) and Gauteng (7367 – 7.3% increase) respectively over the 2015 and 2016 financial year.

Product and Services

Based on increasing crime statistics and considering the financial constraints of many low to middle income individuals, we have identified a need for enhanced vehicle theft distribution mechanisms in the event of an incident occurring.

Our system addresses this by being able to automatically feed relevant information to the right people timeously. In the event of a carjacking or theft, the vehicle owner can quickly and conveniently report the incident via smartphone. We have a national footprint of 137 Security Service Providers and Law Enforcement receiving the information within Seconds.

Motor vehicle owners register their vehicles with our system. We provide a two-step process for this as follows: The owner first sends a formatted SMS to our system in order to register themselves. They are then directed by way of a reply SMS to our website to complete their registration and to register the vehicle.

Payment options for the owner if they are registering directly through us are either monthly by way of a stop order, or a once-off annual payment via i-Pay.

Once confirmation of the owner’s subscription is received, they can then report an incident should the need arise.

The owner can report a theft or carjacking via our web application. For convenience the owner can create a shortcut on their smartphone to link directly to the reporting page. On a GPS-enabled smartphone and given the relevant permissions, the web app can offer the owner’s current location as a suggestion of where the incident occurred.

Once our system receives an incident report which ties in with the data we have on the owner and vehicle, based on the reported location, our system will feed the relevant information to local Security Providers and Law Enforcement agencies.

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Core Business

Our core service focus on creating a safer community by sharing your stolen or hijacked motor vehicle to Security Service providers nationally within seconds. These vehicles are used in other forms of crime as the criminal element won’t use their own vehicles to commit crimes. Most crimes a vehicle is used whether it is an Armed Robbery, Break-In, Drugs or abduction, a vehicle is needed to get away or reach the potential victim. A study was conducted and it was determined that 57% of stolen or hijacked vehicles are exported, 36% are filtered back into the South African market and only 7% end up in a chop shop.

With the criminal element constantly adapting their Modus Operandi (Operating Procedure) and access to Scrambling Units in the South African Market has it become essential to remain one step ahead at all times. Crime has become a way of life to most South Africans and we have become complacent and numb to the brazen attacks in and on our society.

Our service was started after years of operating in the Security Industry and due to personal attacks on our families through three stolen vehicles and two attempted hijackings. Four of these incidents occurred within a 6 month period.

Through our due diligence did we further find that though crime intelligence is shared within the community through Whatsapp Groups, are they usually shared in small pockets. Our network was created to expand those small pockets by distributing the information further than the community but per province or nationally. An estimate of around 50 Vehicles are hijacked or 150 stolen per day and these vehicles can be over 120kms away within an hour or less. From the centre of Gauteng in any direction can take two hours till the vehicles are in another province or four hours to reach the Mozambique, Swaziland, Losotho and Botswana borders.

So getting stolen or hijacked vehicle information out is key for a successful retrieval.

If we can’t supply the service in house, will we assist you by putting you in contact with one of our partners Nationally.

Electronic Systems and Design:

1. Electronic Risk Assessments
2. Independent Turnkey Risk Assessments
3. Electric Fence Installation and Monitoring
4. Alarms
5. Intercoms
6. Access Control
7. Outdoor Detection / Beams

Crime South Africa
Biggest increase to biggest decrease in crimes 2017
14 602
16 717
Drug-related crime
259 165
292 689
Robbery of cash in transit
Illegal possession of firearms and ammunition
14 772
16 134
24 715
26 902
Robbery at residential premises
20 820
 22 343
Robbery with aggravating circumstances
132 527
140 956
Sexual offences discovered as result of police action
5 830
6 164
Commercial crime
69 917
 73 550
Robbery at non-residential premises
19 698
20 680
18 673
19 016
Burglary at non-residential premises
75 008
75 618
Attempted murder
18 127
18 205
Truck hijacking
1 184
1 183
Theft out of or from motor vehicle
139 386
 138 172
Theft of motor vehicle and motorcycle
53 809
53 307
Common robbery
54 110
53 418
Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs
76 159
 75 034
Burglary at residential premises
250 606
246 654
68 786
 67 454
Malicious injury to property
119 901
116 409
All theft not mentioned elsewhere
340 372
 328 272
Common assault
164 958
156 450
Sexual Offences
51 895
49 660
Assault with the intent to inflict grievous bodily harm
182 933
 170 616
4 903
4 321
Bank robbery

  1. My vehicle is insured, why would I need this product as well; I’ll get paid out by insurance if my car gets stolen?
The myth that most individuals live under is the fact that they have insurance. Depending on the insurance package you have and the vehicle you drive, the possibility that the insurance company will payout the exact amount in order for you to get the exact same vehicle that was stolen is slim. By subscribing to the service the possibility of a recovery is 50% higher than without it. In the event of a recovery will the insurance company then pay out less to you the owner as there will be less damage to repair. Which means were the insurance might have had to pay out the “Trade In” or “Retail Value” of your vehicle, they will now only need to contribute to the replacement of the ignition, radio and possibly window of your vehicle. This will also contribute towards your insurance premium not being increased significantly due to your risk profile being lower. The loss of a vehicle has a much greater impact on a family than just, my vehicle was stolen and I have insurance so they will pay out. Take the following into consideration:
  • Your vehicle can possibly be used in another crime like an armed robbery and or hijacking which places someone else at risk.
  • Mental Strain, Anger, Resentment to anyone even remotely looking or that you think might be a suspect and want to mean you harm. While the possible recovery and arrest will contribute to knowing that the suspects are no longer a threat to you or your family.
  • The loss of a vehicle also contribute to no transport and no freedom to do what you need to do.
  • The loss of Income as you need to attend to opening a case and valuable leave days to find a new vehicle if the insurance pays out.
  • Higher premiums when you get a new car, or higher premiums due to your risk profile.
  • If the insurance pays out and you can’t afford the same vehicle due to the amount that was paid out, you will then need to borrow more money to ensure you have the same vehicle that was lost.
  • Not all vehicle insured have a tracking device installed. Our product provides you with an extra level of security which will become clearer with the explanation below.
  1. I have a tracker already, that’s good enough surely as they can pinpoint my vehicle down in minutes.
Agreed, you have a tracking system installed. The first thing a suspect does is look for the tracking unit in the vehicle and remove it. I can provide you with many images of what a vehicle looks like once stolen or hijacked and what it looks like when recovered. While the suspects are driving will they start searching for the tracking unit by removing the dashboard, door panels and steering column looking for the tracking device. Not only do they remove the tracking system, suspects are constantly changing their Modus Operandi (Operating Procedure) by getting jamming units which scramble any GSM or GPS communication out of a vehicle. This happens even before the client knows that the vehicle was taken. A tracking device only works if it is activated and the tracking company is made aware that the vehicle has been stolen. At this point all they can do is distribute the vehicle details to their recovery team and state that the unit has been compromised.
Our application provides an extra layer of security which still distribute the “Important” information to a bigger network of Security Service Providers outside of the tracking companies network, which increases the possibility of success. Our application can’t be scrambled by any unit and the information can still be distributed even if your currently tracking system is compromised.
  1. If I get hijacked and 9/10 they will steal my phone as well, what’s the point if I can’t log in and report it stolen immediately? If it’s an hour after the crime, it will be too late to report it stolen anyway; it’ll be in a chop shop somewhere by then. So basically I have to hope they don’t steal my phone?
It is true that when you get hijacked the suspects will possibly also take your cellphone. When your vehicle is stolen you will probably have your phone with you in person, but let’s focus on the hijacking situation. Our application is a mobile friendly website and not a Android or iPhone app that needs to be downloaded on your phone. In the event that your phone has been stolen during the incident can any phone, tablet or PC be used to report the incident. Any persons phone that stops to assist you can be used to report the incident, all you need to remember is your mobile number and password you created, the rest of the distribution process is fully automated with no human intervention.
So you can only report the incident an hour after the crime? Once you have discovered that your vehicle has been stolen, the first port of call will be to the police 10111 call centre. During the process of contacting 10111 you will be required to supply your vehicle details, which under duress is impossible. Our application has the information stored for convenience to relay to 10111 which will also assist in distributing the information. The information at the same time can be distributed to more trained Security Service Providers Nationally. It can take anything from 30 minutes to 24 hours before the vehicle is circulated once a case has been opened on the CAS system. We are in agreement that the vehicle might be 100 km away by the time the vehicle has been discovered, but with the information being distributed Nationally within 7 seconds will contribute to the information being circulated faster than the current 30 minutes plus.
Our system has been proven effective based on the network we created where a vehicle was taken in the North of Johannesburg and recovered 48 Hours later in the South of Johannesburg. The vehicle was stored in a complex to be “cool” off as it is known by criminals that the first 48 hours is crucial in recovering a vehicle and recovery teams only search for a vehicle within that period. The information was distributed and a member of the public remembered the information being distributed through the Community Police Forum channels which we are affiliated with and reported the vehicle location. During the operation another vehicle was also recovered which was left to “cool” off.
This just proved the effectiveness and importance of intelligence sharing of our network.
Please take note of the following: Of the vehicles stolen, 57% are taken across the border, 36% filter back into South Africa as cloned vehicles and the rest (7%) land in chop shops.
  1. What is the rate of successful recoveries of people who have this product and have actually had their vehicle stolen?
To date we have had a 100% successful recovery rate of people who have this product and have actually had their vehicles stolen.
  1. Are the security companies actually going to bother to look out for my vehicle when they’re already protecting neighbourhoods for paying customers?
Yes we have agreements in place with the Security Companies that are willing to look for the vehicles (most of our Security Service Providers are SAIDSA Members). Reason for the Security Service Providers agreeing to look for the vehicles is because currently they do not have access or have limited access in receiving the information. Security Service Providers currently receive the information maybe once a week when they are sitting at the CPF meetings or via other channels if they do work closely with the SAPS which is still a delay in receiving the information. We work with any and all Security Service Providers and do not favour one over the other. Our clients information does not stipulate which Security Service Provider they are currently with, so in the event that a ABC Security’s Clients vehicle has been stolen, will the information be sent to CBA Security without CBA Security knowing that the vehicle belong to a ABC Security’s client. This is beneficial to both the client and the Security Service Provider as currently the Security Service Providers do not share this information amongst each other.