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11. 2 3 4 5 6 Murder ratios from 1994/1995 to 2008/2009 Murder ratio decreased by 44,5% between 1994/1995 and 2008/2009.

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6 6 Murder ratios from 1994/1995 to 2008/2009 Murder ratio decreased by 44,5% between 1994/1995 and 2008/2009

7 7 Motives and circumstances associated with murder CategoryReasonPercentageSubtotal Social behaviourMisunderstanding/argument 50,4% Domestic-related 7,3% Jealousy/love triangle 5,5% Punishment 2,2%65,4% Criminal behaviourConsequence of another crime 15,9% Self-defense 4,5% Retaliation 2,6% Concealment of birth 0,8% Witchcraft-related 0,6% Faction fight-related 0,6% Result of law enforcement/ in line of duty 0,5% Xenophobia-related 0,4% Initiation-related 0,4%26,3% Group behaviourVigilantism 4,8% Gang-related 1,2% Taxi violence 0,9%6,9% AccidentsAll accidental killings 1,5% Total 100,0%

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10 10 TRIO CRIMES

11 11 Public or street robbery decreased by 7,4% (-5 790) between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 Subcategory of aggravated robbery 07/08 –15,3%

12 12 20 Stations recording the highest incidence of street robbery Cumulative total : 21,2% 1. Durban Central (KZN)11. Inanda (KZN) 2. Jhb Central (Gauteng)12. Khayelitsha (WC) 3. Hillbrow (Gauteng)13. Phoenix (KZN) 4. Mitchells Plain (WC)14. Moroka (Gauteng) 5. Umlazi (KZN)15. Temba (Gauteng) 6. KwaMashu (KZN)16. Roodepoort (Gauteng) 7. Parkroad (FS)17. Sunnyside (Gauteng) 8. Rustenburg (NW)18. Kwadukuza (KZN) 9. Booysens (Gauteng)19. Nyanga (WC) 10. Pta Central (Gauteng)20. Pinetown (KZN) 12 TABLE 1

13 13 Robbery at residential premises increased by 27,3% (3 957) between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 Subcategory of aggravated robbery 07/08 +15,5%

14 14 Robbery at residential premises sorted from lowest to highest increases between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 TABLE 2

15 15 20 Stations recording the highest incidence of residential robbery 1. Sandton (Gauteng)11. Rustenburg (NW) 2. Inanda (KZN)12. Roodepoort (Gauteng) 3. Honeydew (Gauteng)13. Kagiso (Gauteng) 4. KwaMashu (KZN)14. Tembisa (Gauteng) 5. Wierdabrug (Gauteng)15. Brooklyn (Gauteng) 6. Midrand (Gauteng)16. Linden (Gauteng) 7. Douglasdale (Gauteng)17. Edenvale (Gauteng) 8. Booysens (Gauteng)18. Lenasia (Gauteng) 9. Empangeni (KZN)19. Kwazakele (Eastern Cape) 10. Kwadukuza (KZN)20. Umlazi (KZN) Cumulative total : 20,8% TABLE 3

16 16 Carjacking increased by 5,0% (714) between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 Subcategory of aggravated robbery 07/08 +4,4%

17 17 Carjacking sorted from highest decreases to highest increases between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009. TABLE 4

18 18 20 Stations recording the highest incidence of carjacking 1. Umlazi (KZN)11. Sandton (Gauteng) 2. Chatsworth (KZN)12. Sandringham (Gauteng) 3. Booysens (Gauteng)13. Dobsonville (Gauteng) 4. Bramley (Gauteng)14. Germiston (Gauteng) 5. Pinetown (KZN)15. Moroka (Gauteng) 6. Jhb Central (Gauteng)16. Empangeni (KZN) 7. Benoni (Gauteng)17. Boksburg (Gauteng) 8. Isipingo (KZN)18. Tembisa (Gauteng) 9. Bayview (KZN)19. Hillbrow (Gauteng) 10. Phoenix (KZN)20. Jeppe (Gauteng) Cumulative total : 22,8% TABLE 5 18

19 19 Robbery at non-residential premises increased by 41,1% (4 058) between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 Subcategory of aggravated robbery 07/08 +47,4%

20 20 Robbery at non-residential premises sorted from lowest to highest increases between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 TABLE 6

21 21 20 Stations recording the highest incidence of robbery at non-residential premises Cumulative total : 20,1% 1. Jhb Central (Gauteng)11. Boksburg North (Gauteng) 2. Booysens (Gauteng)12. Germiston (Gauteng) 3. Sandton (Gauteng)13. Hillbrow (Gauteng) 4. Honeydew (Gauteng)14. Pietermaritzburg (KZN) 5. Durban Central (KZN)15. Roodepoort (Gauteng) 6. Rustenburg (NW)16. Pretoria Central (Gauteng) 7. Kempton Park (Gauteng)17. Springs (Gauteng) 8. Pinetown (KZN)18. Elsburg (Gauteng) 9. Jeppe (Gauteng)19. Randburg (Gauteng) 10. Benoni (Gauteng)20. Greenwood Park (KZN) TABLE 4unVa o day nghe bai nay di ban nhatq uangl an.xlp hp.net / TABLE 7

22 22 The truckjacking increased by 15,4% (192) between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 Subcategory of aggravated robbery 07/08 +39,6%

23 23 Truckjacking sorted from highest decreases to highest increases between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 TABLE 8

24 24 20 Stations recording the highest incidence of Truckjacking Cumulative total : 36,3% 1. Heidelberg (Gauteng)11. Westonaria (Gauteng) 2. Vereeniging (Gauteng)12. Kliprivier (Gauteng) 3. Midrand (Gauteng)13. Benoni (Gauteng) 4. Vosloorus (Gauteng)14. Leslie (Mpumalanga) 5. Delmas (Mpumalanga)15. Krugersdorp (Gauteng) 6. Zonkizizwe (Gauteng)16. Kempton Park (Gauteng) 7. Olifantsfontein (Gauteng)17. Grootvlei (Mpumalanga) 8. Wierdabrug (Gauteng)18. Nigel (Gauteng) 9. Muldersdrift (Gauteng)19. Brakpan (Gauteng) 10. Springs (Gauteng)20. Ratanda (Gauteng) TABLE 9

25 25 The CIT robberies decreased by 2,3% (-9) between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 Subcategory of aggravated robbery 07/08 –15,4%

26 26 Bank robbery decreased by -29,2% (-42) between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 Subcategory of aggravated robbery 07/08 +11,6%

27 27 ATM BOMBINGS AND CIT ROBBERIES DURING THE 2007/2008 AND 2008/2009 FINANCIAL YEARS

28 Arson Malicious damage to property

29 29 The arson ratio decreased by 9,0% between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 Contact-related crime 07/08 –6,6%

30 30 The malicious damage ratio decreased by 3,6% between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 Contact-related crime 07/08 –5,4%

31 Burglary at residential premises 1.3.2Burglary at non-residential premises 1.3.3Theft of motor vehicles and motorcycles 1.3.4Theft out of or from motor vehicles 1.3.5Stock-theft

32 32 The burglary at residential premises ratio increased by 1,9% between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 Property-related crime 07/08 –5,6%

33 33 The burglary at non-residential premises ratio increased by 9,2% between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 Property-related crime 07/08 +6,8%

34 34 The theft of vehicle and motorcycle ratio decreased by 7,0% between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 Property-related crime 07/08 –7,9%

35 35 The theft out of/from vehicle ratio decreased by 3,6% between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 Property-related crime 07/08 –10,8%

36 36 The stock-theft ratio increased by 2,7% between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 Property-related crime 07/08 –1,2%

37 Illegal possession of firearms and ammunition Drug-related crimes Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs

38 38 The illegal possession of firearms ratio increased by 2,1% between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 Crime heavily dependent on police action for detection 07/08 -6,9%

39 39 The drug-related crime ratio increased by 5,5% between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 Crime heavily dependent on police action for detection 07/08 +3,3%

40 40 The driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs ratio increased by 14,0% between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 Crime heavily dependent on police action for detection 07/08 +25,4%

41 All theft not mentioned elsewhere 1.5.2Commercial crime 1.5.3Shoplifting

42 42 The other theft ratio decreased by 2,0% between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 Other serious crime 07/08 –5,7%

43 43 Other serious crime The commercial crime ratio increased by 16,6% between 2007/2008 and 2008/ /08 +4,8%

44 44 The shoplifting ratio increased by 18,5% between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 Other serious crime 07/08 +1,3%

45 45 End of presentation THANK YOU

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47 47 Registered cases and verdicts Crime category Corresponded with original registrationVerdicts eventually obtained Murder56,9%Culpable homicide: 34,6% Assault GBH: 5,7% Attempted murder58,7%Assault GBH: 25,0% Firearm related: 6,7%

48 48 MURDER - ANALYSIS ▪Cause of death: ▫Stab54,0% ▫Shot28,0% ▫Hit14,0% ▫Strangulation2,0% ▫Other2,0%

49 49 CrimeNr of cases analysed WithdrawnUnfoundedUndetectedGuiltyAcquittedOtherwise finalised Crime found guilty of as percentage [1] of total number of cases found guilty [1] Murder % [2] [2] 0.3%17.3%33.9%19.8%0.4%Murder % Culpable homicide % Assault GBH - 5.7% Robbery Aggravated - 0.9% Illegal possession firearm - 0.9% Common Assault - 0.6% Rape - 0.3% Attempted Murder %1.0% 37.3%9.1%5.5%0.1%Attempted Murder % Assault GBH % Unlawful discharging firearm - 3.8% Illegal possession firearm - 2.9% Robbery Aggravated - 2.9% Rape - 1.9% Pointing of firearm - 1.9% Traffic related offences - 1.9% Conspiracy to commit crime - 1.0% Assault GBH %1.0%25.3%10.2%4.2% -Assault GBH % Common Assault - 5.3% Attempted murder - 0.5% Rape - 0.5% Robbery aggravated - 0.5% Contempt of court - 0.5% [1]Crimes are registered by the police according to the evidence contained in the docket. The crime of which the perpetrator may be found guilty of may differ from the former as a result of legal and technical aspects that may arose during the trail. [2]Some of the dockets disposed of as withdrawn, eg where the victim died of natural causes, committed suicide, drowned or died as result of an accident were supposed to be disposed of as unfounded. A substantial number of cases where inquest dockets were opened were also erroneously disposed of as withdrawn, as in some of these cases it could be found during the inquest that the offenders were unknown and have to be dispose of as undetected. DISPOSAL OF CONTACT CRIME CASE DOCKETS: CASES REPORTED DURING 2000

50 50 DISPOSAL OF CONTACT CRIME CASE DOCKETS: CASES REPORTED DURING 2000 CrimeNr of cases analysed WithdrawnUnfoundedUndetectedGuiltyAcquittedOtherwise finalised Crime found guilty of as percentage of total number of cases found guilty Common Assault %1.1%17.4%11.6%1.9% -Common Assault % Assault GBH - 2.7% Rape - 1.1% Theft other - 1.1% Intimidation - 0.5% Hindering in execution of duties - 0.5% Aggravated robbery %0.6%75.0%4.6%2.9%0.1%Aggravated robbery % Common Robbery - 6.9% Assault GBH - 5.6% Theft Other - 2.8% Rape - 1.4% Possession of stolen property - 1.4% Common Robbery %1.1%62.1%4.3%3.3% -Common Robbery 24 (53.3%) Assault common % Robbery Aggravated % Theft Other - 8.9% Rape - 2.2% Rape %1.1%25.2%9.6%12.0%0.3%Rape % Assault GBH - 3.2% Assault Common - 1.6% Common Robbery - 1.6% Abduction - 0.8%

51 51 STREET ROBBERY - ANALYSIS ■Vicinity ▪Township41% ▪CBD (inner city)31% ▪Suburb20% ▪Remote area4% ▪Traditional village2%

52 52 STREET ROBBERY - ANALYSIS ■ Day of week ▪Sunday13% ▪Monday14% ▪Tuesday11% ▪Wednesday12% ▪Thursday14% ▪Friday18% ▪Saturday18%

53 53 STREET ROBBERY - ANALYSIS ■Time of day ▪00:00 – 02:593% ▪03:00 – 05:595% ▪06:00 – 08:597% ▪09:00 – 11:5910% ▪12:00 – 14:5914% ▪15:00 – 17:5918% ▪18:00 – 20:5928% ▪21:00 – 23:5915%

54 54 STREET ROBBERY - ANALYSIS ■Instrument used ▪Firearm57% ▪Knife38% ▪Blunt object5%

55 55 STREET ROBBERY - ANALYSIS ■Items taken (% do not add to 100,0% - various items sometimes robbed) ▪Cellular telephone64% ▪Cash50% ▪Personal items (e.g. driver’s license, ID)11% ▪Clothing9% ▪Jewellery7%

56 56 ROBBERY AT RESIDENTIAL PREMISES - ANALYSIS ■Vicinity ▪Township45% ▪Suburb43% ▪Informal settlement4% ▪Traditional village4% ▪Farm / smallholding2%

57 57 SANDTON TRIO CRIMES TO

58 58 TRIO CRIMES : PER MONTH OffenceJanuaryFebruaryMarchAprilMayJuneJulyAugustSeptemberOctoberNovemberDecemberGrand Total Business Robbery Carjacking House Robbery Grand Total

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61 61 OffenceSuburbTotal Business Robbery Sandown19 Edenburg15 Bryanston14 Rivonia14 Business Robbery Total62 Carjacking Kelvin24 Buccleuch23 Parkmore16 Carjacking Total 63 House Robbery Buccleuch60 Bryanston47 Kelvin46 House Robbery Total153 Grand Total 278 TOP 3 SUBURBS

62 62 OffenceSuburbStreetTotal Business Robbery SandownCnr Rivonia Road And Grayston Drive3 Gwen Lane2 Cnr Rivonia Road And Maude Street2 Business Robbery Total 11 Carjacking KelvinPresident Way3 Robin Way2 Louise Way2 Meadway Mews Unknown2 North Way2 Cnr North Way And Cone Way2 Kelvin Total13 Carjacking Total 30 PROBLEMATIC STREETS

63 63 PROBLEMATIC STREETS OffenceSuburbStreetTotal House Robbery Sandown Webber Road2 Helen Road2 Willowbrooke Place1 Cnr Adrienne Street And Aston Street1 Cnr Aston Street And Edward Rubenstein Drive1 Cnr Daisy Street And Grayston Drive1 Cnr Edward Rubenstein Drive And David Street1 Cnr Fredman Drive And West Street1 Cnr Linden Street And Daisy Street1 Edward Rubenstein Drive1 Adrienne Street1 Peppertree Lane1 Rivonia Road1 Tamar Street1 Adolf Street1 Westbrooke Drive1 Sandown Total18 House Robbery Total 45

64 64 BUSINESS ROBBERY: SANDOWN

65 65 CARJACKING: KELVIN

66 66 BUSINESS ROBBERY: BUCCLEUCH

67 67 IncidentComponent Case Nr. Complaint Nr. MonthOffence Day of Month (Begin) Day of Month (End) Day of Week Time (Begin) Time Time (End) 22Sandton 354/4/2 0081AprilCarjacking2008/04/09 Wednesday17:30 16 and 2017:30 26Sandton 493/4/2 0081April House Robbery2008/04/09 Wednesday23:00 20 and 0023:15 PlaceStreet Street Nr. SuburbMethodInstrumentRaceGenderAgeName Vehicle Type Vehicle Make Unknown Muller North115Buccleuch Pointing (Firearm) Fire-Arm (Pistol, Revolver)WhiteFemale48 Florina Constantin esouSedanOpel Unknown John Street28ABuccleuch Pointing (Firearm) Fire-Arm (Pistol, Revolver)WhiteMale63 Malcolm McnicholsUnknown

68 68 Reg. Nr.ColourItemsRaceGenderAgeName Nr. of Accused RaceGenderNationality RLY897GPSilverUnknownWhiteFemale48 Florina Constantinesou0Unknown Jewelery(Jewelery, Camera,Cellphone)WhiteMale63 Malcolm Mcnichols0Unknown Id. Nr.NameAliasComment Unknown Complainant Was Coming Home From Work,And As She Stoped By Her Gate,About Six Black Males Got Out The Taxi And One With Firearm,And Robbed Her Jewelery And Vehicle And Drove Off.No Shots Were Fired. Unknown The Complainant Was Busy Undressing Preparing Himself To Retire For The Night.He Then Saw An African Male Poiting Him With A Gun Through The Window.He Screamed And His Wife Woke Up.The Suspect Shouted At Him,Saying He Will Shoot Him If He Doesn'T Keep His Mouth Shut.The Suspect Tried To Jump Into The Bedroom Through The Window,He Tried To Push The Suspect Back But With- Out Success Since The Suspect Managed To Force His Way Into The Bedroom.The Suspect Then Went For Wife,S Finger And Grabbed Her Ring Off,Poiting Them With A Gun.She Then Took It Off And Handed It To Him.The Second Suspect Was Not Armed.They Also Roobed Them Of A Cellphone And A Camera.The Firearm Was Black With A Long Barrel.His Wife Managed To Press A Panic Button And They Fled The Scene On Foot.One Suspect Was Thin,Pale In Complexion And Was Average In Height.The Complainant Remember Bitting The Suspect Who Had A Gun Very Hard On His Hand.

69 69 ROBBERY AT RESIDENTIAL PREMISES - ANALYSIS ■Access to premises ▪Forced entry56% ▪Unforced entry40% ▪Let in by 3rd person4%

70 70 ROBBERY AT RESIDENTIAL PREMISES - ANALYSIS ■Day of week ▪Sunday17% ▪Monday13% ▪Tuesday13% ▪Wednesday15% ▪Thursday14% ▪Friday16% ▪Saturday13%

71 71 ROBBERY AT RESIDENTIAL PREMISES - ANALYSIS ■ Time of day ▪00:00 – 02:5920% ▪03:00 – 05:5913% ▪06:00 – 08:596% ▪09:00 – 11:599% ▪12:00 – 14:597% ▪15:00 – 17:594% ▪18:00 – 20:5918% ▪21:00 – 23:5924%

72 72 ROBBERY AT RESIDENTIAL PREMISES - ANALYSIS ■ Instrument used ▪Firearm77% ▪Knife12% ▪Hand / fist6% ▪Blunt object2% ▪Other sharp object2%

73 73 ROBBERY AT RESIDENTIAL PREMISES - ANALYSIS ■ Items taken (% do not add to 100,0% - various items sometimes robbed) ▪Cash59% ▪Cellular telephone55% ▪Jewellery22% ▪Clothing20% ▪Television set19% ▪DVD player16% ▪Computer / Laptop12% ▪Vehicle11% ▪Personal items (e.g. driver’s license, ID)11%

74 74 TYPES OF BUSINESS % General dealer (Butcher, Café, etc)17,0% Spaza shop16,6% Garage / Petrol station9,9% Cellular telephone shops8,7% Construction Company4,3% Liquor store4,3% Fast food outlet (e.g. KFC)4,0% Clothing shops4,0% Supermarket (e.g. Spar, Pick ‘n Pay)4,0%

75 75 ROBBERY AT NON-RESIDENTIAL PREMISES - ANALYSIS ■Vicinity ▪CBD (inner city)49% ▪Township29% ▪Suburb14% ▪Traditional village4% ▪Farm / smallholdings / estate2%

76 76 ROBBERY AT NON-RESIDENTIAL PREMISES - ANALYSIS ■Day of week ▪Sunday12% ▪Monday12% ▪Tuesday13% ▪Wednesday14% ▪Thursday13% ▪Friday23% ▪Saturday12%

77 77 ROBBERY AT NON-RESIDENTIAL PREMISES - ANALYSIS ■Time of day ▪00:00 – 02:597% ▪03:00 – 05:594% ▪06:00 – 08:597% ▪09:00 – 11:5916% ▪12:00 – 14:5913% ▪15:00 – 17:5915% ▪18:00 – 20:5923% ▪21:00 – 23:5915%

78 78 ROBBERY AT NON-RESIDENTIAL PREMISES - ANALYSIS ■Instrument used ▪Firearm87% ▪Knife12% ■Items taken (% do not add to 100,0% - various items sometimes robbed) ▪Cash79% ▪Cellular telephone43% ▪Food / Alcohol20%


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