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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.

Join us on our Facebook page  or our Google Group.

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Sad news reached us that Sergeant Hilton Malila passed away early Monday morning of a heart attack. Condolences to the Malila family and may he rest in peace. He will be missed by all in Observatory who got to know Hilton, the spokesman for Woodstock Saps. Memorial Service will be on Thursday 2020-01-09 11:00 at the Woodstock Town Hall. Next to the library and opposite Woodstock Park.

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LOST YOUR PET? 1) Post on your street's WhatsApp Group (whatsapp@obswatch.org.za). 2) Post on the Obs Pets Emergency Group tinyurl.com/ObsLostPets 3) facebook.com/groups/obspets/ For these & all other OBS Emergencies d/l obs.org.za/obsdir

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1 month 1 week ago

Whilst this happened in Salt River please take care as unfortunately this may well bring in other bad elements into the area.

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Observatory Neighbourhood Watch

1 month 2 weeks ago

Please be on the look out for this stolen bike