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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
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Crime South Africa
Biggest increase to biggest decrease in crimes 2017
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Category
2016
2017
Change
Carjacking
14 602
16 717
14.48%
Drug-related crime
259 165
292 689
12.94%
Robbery of cash in transit
137
152
10.95%
Illegal possession of firearms and ammunition
14 772
16 134
9.22%
Stock-theft
24 715
26 902
8.85%
Robbery at residential premises
20 820
 22 343
7.32%
Robbery with aggravating circumstances
132 527
140 956
6.36%
Sexual offences discovered as result of police action
5 830
6 164
5.63%
Commercial crime
69 917
 73 550
5.20%
Robbery at non-residential premises
19 698
20 680
4.99%
Murder
18 673
19 016
1.84%
Burglary at non-residential premises
75 008
75 618
0.81%
Attempted murder
18 127
18 205
0.43%
Truck hijacking
1 184
1 183
-0.08%
Theft out of or from motor vehicle
139 386
 138 172
-0.87%
Theft of motor vehicle and motorcycle
53 809
53 307
-0.93%
Common robbery
54 110
53 418
-1.28%
Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs
76 159
 75 034
-1.48%
Burglary at residential premises
250 606
246 654
-1.58%
Shoplifting
68 786
 67 454
-1.94%
Malicious injury to property
119 901
116 409
-2.91%
All theft not mentioned elsewhere
340 372
 328 272
-3.55%
Common assault
164 958
156 450
-5.16%
Sexual Offences
51 895
49 660
-4.31%
Assault with the intent to inflict grievous bodily harm
182 933
 170 616
-6.73%
Arson
4 903
4 321
-11.87%
Bank robbery
6
 3
-50.00%
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