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The Observatory Neighbourhood watch was started in 2007 in response to rising crime in Observatory. Two community leaders, David Raphael and Brian Gray, were instrumental in setting up the radio network and drafting the the founding  docs of the neighbour hood watch.

The purpose of the Observatory Neighbourhood Watch is to encourage residents, visitors and business in  Observatory to vigilant of their surroundings.

We encourage the community know their neighbours and look out for each other. We ask that all incidents get reported  so that pro active response can be taken to trends. We also also foster relationships with the Woodstock SAPS, Obsid, Security companies.

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5 days 14 hours ago

STOLEN Sadly another nearly identical Polo got stolen this Tuesday - Thanks for caring and sharing.

Observatory Neighbourhood Watch

Observatory Neighbourhood Watch

6 days 13 hours ago

STOLEN Also today please keep an eye out for it - Thanks Woodstock CAS 114/10/2019 refers.

Observatory Neighbourhood Watch

Observatory Neighbourhood Watch

6 days 13 hours ago

Stolen today please show you care, like and share. Woodstock CAS 115/10/2019

Observatory Neighbourhood Watch

Observatory Neighbourhood Watch

6 days 19 hours ago

Any Yours? OBSID at 5am this morning arrested Mahmud Samuels for theft in Oxford Road, these is some of the stuff found on him. Thanks for the resident laying charges against him at Saps only way to go.

REPORT ALL CRIME ALSO ALWAYS TO OBSID CONTROL 021 447-1066 Saps stats are manifold under reported. ONW received no break-down for Sector 1 being Observatory from Woodstock SAPS for years - Not much transparency there.