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    Default Well done, armed response patrol

    Well done to these vigilant security armed response guys.

    "It all started in Weltevreden Park, Rooisering Street. One of our Officers operating in the area (Officer Justice Khanyile) reported to control that he had seen a suspicious looking vehicle slowly driving through the area and was currently following them at a distance.

    The suspects, now clearly identified as 3 males, slowly continued on their way into Northcliff/Fairland via 9th Avenue. All other Units were instructed only to observe them at this point and contantly report their whereabouts to control (who had in the meanwhile contacted SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE FAIRLAND).

    When the men quickened their pace and started to head toward Beyer's Naude it was time to strike.

    Two Task Force Units, as well as another two Reaction Units and Officer Khanyile stopped the vehicle (and blocked it in) at the intersection (Bagley and 14th) and were later joined by SAPS Fairland who took them into custody.

    According to Police, the men are wanted for various crimes (of varying degrees) in the Gauteng Province and are regarded as 'highly dangerous'. "


    One thing I noticed, all these guys, although dressed in work type clothes, their shoes are not std workman's boots type.
    wonder if this might be a tell tale?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sakush420 View Post


    Two Task Force Units, as well as another two Reaction Units and Officer Khanyile stopped the vehicle (and blocked it in) at the intersection (Bagley and 14th) and were later joined by SAPS Fairland who took them into custody.

    According to Police, the men are wanted for various crimes (of varying degrees) in the Gauteng Province and are regarded as 'highly dangerous'. "
    police,huh.
    what is it a good for.
    absolutely nothing.

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    and yes

    Well done to these vigilant security armed response guys.

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    Well done to them, lets hope their hard work and diligence doesn't get undone and the courts let them out on bail tomorrow.
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    It's already undone, what legal right has a security officer to pull someone over on a suspicion? Please excuse my naivety and please enlighten me if I'm wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quack View Post
    It's already undone, what legal right has a security officer to pull someone over on a suspicion? Please excuse my naivety and please enlighten me if I'm wrong.
    Who cares! (As long as its not me they're pulling over!)
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    . Citizens' Arrest In South Africa

    Any South African citizen may execute an arrest for "any conspiracy, incitement, or attempt to commit any offense" [2|3|5], pertaining to any Schedule 1 offense, as determined by THE CRIMINAL PROCEDURES ACT OF 1977, Act 51 [2|3], and THE CRIMINAL LAW AMENDMENT ACT OF 2007, Section 3 and 4.

    Lawful Citizens' Arrest
    THE SOUTH AFRICAN CRIMINAL PROCEDURES ACT OF 1977, ACT 51, SECTION 42, says concerning an "Arrest by private person without warrant":

    1. ANY PRIVATE PERSON MAY WITHOUT WARRANT ARREST ANY PERSON - (A) WHO COMMITS OR ATTEMPTS TO COMMIT IN HIS PRESENCE OR WHOM HE REASONABLY SUSPECTS OF HAVING COMMITTED AN OFFENSE REFERRED TO IN SCHEDULE 1; (B) WHOM HE REASONABLY BELIEVES TO HAVE COMMITTED ANY OFFENSE AND TO BE ESCAPING FROM AND TO BE FRESHLY PURSUED BY A PERSON WHOM SUCH PRIVATE PERSON REASONABLY BELIEVES TO HAVE AUTHORITY TO ARREST THAT PERSON FOR THAT OFFENSE; (C) WHOM HE IS BY ANY LAW AUTHORIZED TO ARREST WITHOUT WARRANT IN RESPECT OF ANY OFFENSE SPECIFIED IN THAT LAW; (D) WHOM HE SEES ENGAGED IN AN AFFRAY [F1]; 2. ANY PRIVATE PERSON WHO MAY WITHOUT WARRANT ARREST ANY PERSON UNDER SUBSECTION 1 - (A) MAY FORTHWITH PURSUE THAT PERSON, AND ANY OTHER PRIVATE PERSON TO WHOM THE PURPOSE OF THE PURSUIT HAS BEEN MADE KNOWN, MAY JOIN AND ASSIST THEREIN. 3. THE OWNER, LAWFUL OCCUPIER, OR PERSON IN CHARGE OF PROPERTY ON OR IN RESPECT OF WHICH ANY PERSON IS FOUND COMMITTING ANY OFFENSE, AND ANY PERSON AUTHORIZED THERETO BY SUCH OWNER, OCCUPIER OR PERSON IN CHARGE, MAY WITHOUT WARRANT ARREST THE PERSON SO FOUND.

    THE SOUTH AFRICAN CRIMINAL PROCEDURES ACT OF 1977, ACT 51, SECTION 39, says concerning the "Manner and effect of arrest":
    1. AN ARREST SHALL BE EFFECTED WITH OR WITHOUT A WARRANT, AND, UNLESS THE PERSON TO BE ARRESTED SUBMITS TO CUSTODY, BY ACTUALLY TOUCHING HIS BODY OR, IF THE CIRCUMSTANCES SO REQUIRE, BY FORCIBLY CONFINING HIS BODY. 2. THE PERSON EFFECTING AN ARREST SHALL, AT THE TIME OF EFFECTING THE ARREST OR IMMEDIATELY AFTER EFFECTING THE ARREST, INFORM THE ARRESTED PERSON OF THE CAUSE OF THE ARREST AND, IN CASE OF AN ARREST EFFECTED BY VIRTUE OF A WARRANT, UPON THE DEMAND OF THE PERSON ARRESTED HAND HIM A COPY OF THE WARRANT. 3. THE EFFECT OF AN ARREST SHALL BE THAT THE PERSON ARRESTED SHALL BE IN LAWFUL CUSTODY AND THAT HE SHALL BE DETAINED IN CUSTODY UNTIL HE IS LAWFULLY DISCHARGED OR RELEASED FROM CUSTODY.


    Unlawful Citizens' Arrest
    THE SOUTH AFRICAN CRIMINAL PROCEDURES ACT OF 1977, ACT 51, SECTION 53, says concerning the "Saving of civil law rights and liability":

    SUBJECT TO THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION 46 AND 331, NO PROVISION OF THIS CHAPTER RELATING TO ARREST SHALL BE CONSTRUED AS REMOVING OR DIMINISHING ANY CIVIL RIGHT OR LIABILITY OF ANY PERSON IN RESPECT OF A WRONGFUL OR MALICIOUS ARREST.


    Examples
    Always take into consideration that you may only execute Citizens' Arrest for Schedule 1 offenses, and no other.
    Sodomy is NOT a Schedule 1 offense.*** [2]
    Prostitution is NOT a Schedule 1 offense. [3]
    Drug-dealing is NOT a Schedule 1 offense. [2|5]
    Public drunkenness is NOT a Schedule 1 offense. [3]
    Dumping rubbish is NOT a Schedule 1 offense. [3]
    Littering is NOT a Schedule 1 offense. [3]
    Urinating in public is NOT a Schedule 1 offense. [3]
    Abusive language is NOT a Schedule 1 offense. [3]

    Schedule 1 Offenses

    Treason [2|3|5]: "serious acts of betrayal of one's sovereign or nation" [4]

    Sedition [2|3|5]: "to inspire insurrection" [6]

    Murder [2|3|5]: "the unlawful killing of another human being with intent" [7]

    Culpable Homicide [2|3|5]: "the purposeful, reckless, or negligent (but not necessarily illegal) act of killing a human being" [8|9]

    Rape [2|3|5] or Compelled Rape [3|5]: as contemplated in THE CRIMINAL LAW AMENDMENT ACT OF 2007, Section 3, concerning Sexual Offenses and Related Matters. [3]

    Indecent Assault [2], Sexual Assault, Compelled Sexual Assault, or Compelled Self-Sexual Assault [3|5]: as contemplated in THE CRIMINAL LAW AMENDMENT ACT OF 2007, Section 5 and 7, concerning Sexual Offenses and Related Matters. [3]

    Any sexual offense against a child or the mentally disabled [3|5]: as contemplated in THE CRIMINAL LAW AMENDMENT ACT OF 2007, Section 3 and 4, concerning Sexual Offenses and Related Matters. [3]

    Human Trafficking for sexual reasons [3|5]: as contemplated in THE CRIMINAL LAW AMENDMENT ACT OF 2007, Section 71, concerning Sexual Offenses and Related Matters. [3]

    Bestiality [2|3|5|10]: "the practice of sex between humans and animals" [11]

    Theft**** [2|3|5]: "the illegal taking of another person's property without that person's freely-given consent" [12], by stealth or fraud [13]

    Robbery [2|3|5]: "the crime of seizing property through violence or intimidation" [13]

    Knowingly receiving stolen goods [2|3|5]

    Kidnapping [2|3|5] or Childstealing [2|3]: the taking away, or asportation, of any individual, by force or fraud, against his or her will, whether an adult or a minor. [14]

    Fraud [2|3|5]: "an intentional deception made for personal gain or to damage another individual" [16].

    Public Violence [2|3|5] or Assault [2|3|5]: especially when a dangerous wound is inflicted. [2|3]

    Arson [2|3|5]: "the crime of deliberately and maliciously setting fire to structures or wildland areas" [15]

    Malicious damage or injury to Property [2|3|5]:

    Breaking and entering any Property, with the intent to commit and offense**** [2|3]:

    Forgery, or knowingly using either, forged documents [2|3|5] or coinage [2|3]: "the process of making, adapting, or imitating objects, statistics, or documents, with the intent to deceive" [17]

    Intimidation [2|5]: "behavior which would cause a person of ordinary sensibilities fear of injury or harm" [18]





    Summary
    AUTHORIZED TO ARREST

    Any South African citizen may arrest anyone who commits or attempts to commit a Schedule 1 offense.

    Any South African citizens may arrest anyone who he/she reasonably suspects of having committed a Schedule 1 offense.

    Any South African citizen may arrest anyone attempting to escape a security officer, police officer, detective, or national security officer.

    Any South African citizen may arrest anyone engaged in fighting.

    Any South African citizen may pursue anyone who committed a Schedule 1 offense, and may authorize anyone else to assist them.

    Any South African citizen may arrest anyone on any property they own, rent, or guard. *

    Any South African citizen may physically subdue a suspect, when resisting arrest.

    South African citizens "are privately liable if [they] perform an unlawful arrest" [3]

    Always remember that while South African citizens may not execute a Citizens' Arrest for Schedule 2 Offenses (except when duly authorized to do so by a Police Official), they may still offer eye witness testimony in Court.

    NOTIFICATION OF ARREST

    Any South African citizen must inform the suspect of the reason for his or her arrest, either while performing it, or immediately thereafter.

    FOLLOWING THE ARREST

    From the moment of arrest, the suspect has the right to consult a lawyer.** [1]

    Apart from giving his or her name and address, the suspect has "the right to remain silent". He or she is under no legal obligation to answer any questions, whatsoever, until his or her lawyer is present. [1]

    No South African citizen may release any suspect, unless lawfully discharged or released from custody by a Police Official.


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    Having suspicious shoes is not a Schedule 1 offence!
    What a life!

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    was this beagle security?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerhardstru View Post
    was this beagle security?
    yes
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    Quote Originally Posted by sakush420 View Post
    yes
    They are bloody good. I live in rooisering and subscribe to them. Guaranteed response time of 3 minutes

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    Give those men a bells! The armed response ones not the criminals...
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    Quote Originally Posted by sakush420 View Post
    Well done to these vigilant security armed response guys.

    "It all started in Weltevreden Park, Rooisering Street. One of our Officers operating in the area (Officer Justice Khanyile) reported to control that he had seen a suspicious looking vehicle slowly driving through the area and was currently following them at a distance.

    The suspects, now clearly identified as 3 males, slowly continued on their way into Northcliff/Fairland via 9th Avenue. All other Units were instructed only to observe them at this point and contantly report their whereabouts to control (who had in the meanwhile contacted SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE FAIRLAND).

    When the men quickened their pace and started to head toward Beyer's Naude it was time to strike.

    Two Task Force Units, as well as another two Reaction Units and Officer Khanyile stopped the vehicle (and blocked it in) at the intersection (Bagley and 14th) and were later joined by SAPS Fairland who took them into custody.

    According to Police, the men are wanted for various crimes (of varying degrees) in the Gauteng Province and are regarded as 'highly dangerous'. "


    One thing I noticed, all these guys, although dressed in work type clothes, their shoes are not std workman's boots type.
    wonder if this might be a tell tale?
    Well done to the security.

    I know someone who works for SBV and they say that is one of the best tell tale signs.

    They like to wear overall jackets so they look like workers But will wear Sneakers or Running shoes.

    When the sh..t hits the fan they can run like mad and will drop the overall jacket around the first corner and wear a normal shirt. Difficult for police to identify and catch if they have the wrong description.
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    Well done these punks been terrorizing our neighborhood they been seen on CCTV in Florida park area

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