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PROCEDURAL TOOLKIT. JUDICIAL AND LAW ENFORCEMENT SUPPORT TOOLS JUDICIALLAW ENFORCEMENT OTHER SUPPORT SERVICES SERVICE PROVIDER TASK TEAMS Secondhand Goods.

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1 PROCEDURAL TOOLKIT

2 JUDICIAL AND LAW ENFORCEMENT SUPPORT TOOLS JUDICIALLAW ENFORCEMENT OTHER SUPPORT SERVICES SERVICE PROVIDER TASK TEAMS Secondhand Goods Act Bylaws Municipal Courts Senior State Prosecutors (SSA) Deputy Public Prosecutions (DPP) South African Police (SAPS) Metro Police SA National Defence Force Traffic (Provincial) Municipalities Eskom Telkom Spoornet Metrorail Business Against Crime Revenue Protection Consultants Private Security Companies Mine Security Companies Metal Recycling Association

3 NON-FERROUS METAL THEFTS OPERATIONAL PROCESS RESPONDING TO THEFT IN PROGRESS FIRST ARRIVAL ON CRIME SCENE ACTIONS AT THE POLICE STATION ACTIONS ON THE SCENE Ensure Accused are locked up Open Docket / Case (CAS) ID property statement (A1) Arresting statement (A2) Witness statement (A3) SAPS 13 (Evidence) SAPS 299 (Receive evidence) Write note in investigation diary Ask for bail to be opposed See detective Inform Control / Office Call out Municipal representative Call out investigator Follow tracks Ensure Forensic investigation Take photographs Keep Coordinator updated Hand over suspects to SAP Make scene safe Arrest suspects Notify others if suspects escaped Coordinate immediate follow up Place detainees in safe place Protect evidence Call for SAPS support Notify coordinator Note down information Go to the scene as soon as possible Call for backup Descide on gathering point Meet other roleplayers there Plan approach to scene Plan to enscircle the area Block escape routes Move out together

4 INVESTIGATION TOOLS 1)Vehicle tracks. 2)Human tracks. 3)Drag marks 4)Markers placed near roads. 5)Sheeting from cables. 6)Steel wires or axes 7)Isolation material 8)Suspect vehicles 11) Suspect people 10) Cable burn places 11) Temporary shelters 12) Digging and cutting tools 13) Method of cutting (samples must be collected) Crime Scene First person on the scene must detect and protect the following

5 Suspect Persons When confronting suspects, the following steps must be taken:- 1)Match suspects shoes with tracks found 2)Check wear and tear on the sole of shoes. 3)Look for metal shavings, burn marks. 4)Search for hidden cutting equipment 5)Search for hoists, ropes, climbing belts,ladders 6)Search for torches and candles 7)Search for hidden digging equipment 8)Search for scrap yard receipts. 9)Take possesion of cellphones

6 Vehicles Vehicles When a suspect vehicle is found, the following must be looked out for: 1)Compare tyres tracks with those found on the scene. 2)Look for copper residue, sand or ground on carpets and seats. 3)Search for receipts from scrapyards 4)Search for cellphones 5)Search for canvas carry bag (rugsak) or fertilizer bags 6)Search for spare clothing, extra shoes and gloves. 7)Search for cables, water and electrical meters, taps, water pipes, earth straps, basbars, jumpers, reservoir roof sheeting, manhole covers and storm water drain covers 8)Search for cutting equipmeny like pliers, side cutters, hacksaws, bolt cutters, carpet knives 9)Look for hoists, ropes,ladders, angle grinder. 10)Search for torches and candles. 11)Search for Search for climbing shoes, ladders and climbing safety gear

7 Suspect’s premises When searching the premises of a suspect, be on the lookout for: Receipts from scrapyards Digging equipment (spades and picks) Gloves. Cables, cable sheeting. water and electrical meters, taps, water pipes, earthen straps, basbars, jumpers, reservoir roof sheeting, manhole cover and storm water drain covers Soles plus wear and tear of shoes. Drag marks of cables. Steel wires to short electricity. Places where cables were burned Cutting material Pliers, side cutters, hacksaws, bolt cutters, carpet knives, woodsaws. Hoists and ropes. Torches and candles. Angle grinders

8 DISRUPTIVE EXERSCISES AT SCRAPYARDS PLANNING DISRUPTIVE EXERSCISE DISRUPTIVE EXERSCISE FURTHER INVESTIGATION ACTIONS AT POLICE STATION Planning meeting at SAPS Roleplayers share ideas Other Roleplayers identified Contact list compiled Tasks allocated to each one Arrangements for warrants Date, time and place determined Meet at Police Station Break up into teams SAPS member in each team Show owner/manager warrant Check books for compliance Issue J534 for non compliance Search premises Warn Owner/ Manager of rights Arrest Suspect Hand over evidence/accused Open docket (CAS) ID Property Statement (A1) Arrest Statement (A2) Witness Statement (A3) SAPS 13 (Evidence) SAPS 299 (Receive evidence) Store evidence in a safe place Obtain identification statement Obtain witness statements Follow up leads Start dissiplinary steps if internal Conduct arrest (if outstanding) Warn witnesses for court Attend court case

9 Planning a disruptive exerscise at a Scrap yard dealer’s premises The following actions must be taken prior to visiting a scrapyard: 1. Planning meeting organixed with the relevant roleplayers at the nearest police station. 2. The most Senior policeman at the meeting will be the Coordinator of the operation. 3. Identify problem scrapyards to be visited 4. Strategical plan compiled 5. Determine date, time and assembly point. 6. Arrange who will apply for search warrants. 7. Ask for namelist from all role players who will attend (to be included in warrant application) 8. Arrange who will warn other role players who did not attend the planning meeting. 9. Exchange of information regarding unlawfull acts by the scrap yards to be visited (if any) Disruptive exerscise at a scrap yard dealer’s premises The following must be looked for at a scrap dealers premise: 1, Valid second hand dealers licence for that specific premise. 2, Valid second hand dealers registers on the premises and utilized daily. 3. Verify that all non-ferrous metals on the premises are indicated in the registers and vice versa 4. Verify that all non ferrous purchases and sales are indicated in the register. 5. Verify that copys of each persons ID, who sold items at the scrapyard, are kept on the premises 6. Verify that all non-ferrous metals are marked and kept for at least 7 days. 7. Each companies representatives must look for their own companies material/equipment 8. Any material that may be used for melting purposes. 9. Cable sheeting and places where cables are burnt. 10. Locked storage places. 11. Obtain information from workers on premises 12. Following up of information regarding other scrapyards, who have sold stolen items to the scrapyard. 13. Following up of information regarding other premises, where stolen items are stored according to info 14. Following up of information regarding persons who sold stolen items to the scrapyard General Processes regarding scrapyards to be implemented by investigators 1. Establish an informer network. 2. Always verify information obtained. 3. Follow-up hot leads immediately. 4. Verify fines with the person responsible for Scrap yard Coordinator, before issuing J 534’s. 5. Police man on site to record all visits in A + B register on premises, stating findings and sign the registers. 6. Look if dealer displays posters and pamphlets issued to him / her. 7. Observe if stolen items can be spotted or bought whilst he is there and report immediately to Scrap yard Coordinator.

10 REPORTING OF NON-FERROUS METAL THEFTS Detective Service * When a complaint is received, the pro forma statement must be completed – See Annexure O. * A docket is registered at the police station. * The SAPS Investigating Officer is responsible to supply CIAC with a copy of the pro forma statement, who will forward it to the Nodal Point at the Provincial Office, Crime Intelligence. * The final report must be completed by the Investigating Officer and forwarded to the Provincial Nodal Point before the docket is filed – See Annexure Q. * Information received from CIG must be followed up by the SAPS detective, verified and feedback must be given to the relevant CIG office. * The complainant must be notified of the outcome of the docket by the SAPS detective before it is filed and an entry made in the Investigation Diary to that effect. Crime Intelligence * On receipt of the pro forma statement, serious crime report, follow up report and final report at the Provincial Nodal Point, the relevant desk must process the information received. * Trends, hotspot areas, suspects, modus operandi’s, vehicles, links to similar crime scenes and syndicates must be identified. * A database on all scrap metal dealers in Mpumalanga province must be kept up to date. * A database must also be kept on trends, hotspot areas, suspects, modus operandi’s, vehicles, links to similar crime scenes and syndicates, as well as comparative statistics. * A database on all convicted criminals must be kept, and their movement after release be monitored, including the date of release, to establish if this individual is committing similar crimes. * Information by CIG on trends, hotspot areas, suspects, modus operandi’s, vehicles, links to similar crime scenes and syndicates must be channelled to the relevant role players. * CIG must ensure they receive feedback on information distributed by them. * Provincial Crime Intelligence must submit an analysis report on non-ferrous metals on a monthly basis to the Mpumalanga NFTCC (Non-Ferrous Theft Combating Committee). Annexure R and Annexure S must be included in this report.

11 INFORMATION NOTE TO SCRAP METAL DEALERS Dear Scrap Yard Owner Hereby, a few notes to ensure that you are trading legally: 1.Ensure that you possess a legal certificate, as described in article 3 of the Second-Hand Goods Act, Act 23 of This certificate is only valid until 31 December of the specific year it was attained. You therefore need to apply for a renewal by 31 October of each year at the South African Police Service. 3.Ensure that your register is updated with every transaction, as described in article 6 of the Second-Hand Goods Act. An example of the format is attached. This format is subjected to the certificate issued by the SAPS. Article 6(8) of the Second-Hand Goods Act specifies that the register must be kept for 3 years from the last entry made therein. Electronically kept registers also need to be in the same format. Computer printouts need to be made, and kept in register form, on a daily basis. 4.Article 7 of the Second-Hand Goods Act states that you may not buy, or sell, any goods before sunrise and after sunset. Your certificate is subjected to this article. 5.Inform the SAPS Station Commissioner if you buy, or sell, any goods before sunrise or after sunset. 6.Second-hand goods may not be kept on any other premises than the business premises, specified in the article 3 certificate. 7.Article 8 of the Second-Hand Goods Act states that no dealer shall change the form or alter the appearance of any goods until after the expiration of a period of seven (7) days from the date of acquisition thereof. 8.Article 8 of the Second-Hand Goods Act states that no dealer shall smelt or melt or bring about the smelting or melting of any metal or any article or substance containing metal. The article also prohibits the possession of any apparatus, which can be used for the smelting or melting of metal or any such article or substance. 9.Inform the SAPS immediately if the presenter of any metal looks suspicious or the suspicion exists that the metals presented are stolen. TAKE NOTE : Storing suspected stolen metals in separate holders, without informing the SAPS, is incorrect.

12 10.It is advisable that any communication with any SAPS member be made in writing and record be kept thereof. 11.Remember that the SAPS have access to any premises, goods, vehicles and documents related to your business. 12.The following are crimes, among other, according to the Second-Hand Goods Act : Any person who : 12.1makes any incorrect entry in any register required to be kept under this Act; 12.2in connection with any information or explanation, which he, in terms of this Act, is required to furnish knowingly makes a false statement; 12.3obstructs or interferes with any policeman in the exercise of his powers or the performance of his functions under this Act or; 12.4refuses or fails to provide any policeman any assistance or facilities lawfully required by him; 12.5received, possessed or sold suspected stolen metals; 13.The actions, or lack of actions, of any manager, agent or employee of the dealer are presumed to be that of himself, except when the dealer can prove that he could not prevent the actions, that he had no knowledge of the actions and that he could not take reasonable steps to prevent the actions, or lack of actions. 14.It is suggested that a copy of the identity document or passport of any seller or buyer be made and added to the annexure of the register. 15.Metals on the premises that are not registered, will be suspected to be stolen.

13 SECOND-HAND GOODS ACT 23 OF 1955 [ASSENTED TO 28 APRIL 1955][DATE OF COMMENCEMENT: 1 JANUARY 1956] (English text signed by the Governor-General) as amended by General Law Amendment Act 50 of 1956 General Law Amendment Act 68 of 1957 Second-hand Goods Amendment Act 18 of 1978 Abolition of Restrictions on the Jurisdiction of Courts Act 88 of 1996 ACT To regulate the business of dealers in second-hand goods. 1Definitions In this Act, unless the context otherwise indicates- ‘acquire’ includes receive; [Definition of ‘acquire’ substituted by s. 1 (a) of Act 18 of 1978.] ‘commissioned officer’ means a commissioned officer appointed under subsection (1) of section 3 of the Police Act, 1958 (Act 7 of 1958); [Definition of ‘commissioned officer’ inserted by s. 1 (b) of Act 18 of 1978.] ‘Commissioner’ means the Commissioner of the South African Police appointed under section 3 of the Police Act, 1958 (Act 7 of 1958); [Definition of ‘Commissioner’ inserted by s. 1 (b) of Act 18 of 1978.] ‘dealer’ means a person who deals in second-hand goods; [Definition of ‘dealer’ amended by s. 43 of Act 68 of 1957 and substituted by s. 1 (c) of Act 18 of 1978.] ‘dispose of,’ in relation to a pawnbroker, includes return of redeemed property received in pawn; ‘goods’ means any article of clothing, jewellery, any motor vehicle, including any motor cycle, or any part or accessory thereof, any bicycle or any part or accessory thereof, any office or household equipment, any photographic or optical instrument or any part thereof, any wrought article consisting wholly or principally of gold, silver or steel, any antique, any ferrous metal, lead, copper, tin, aluminium, brass or zinc or any article or substance which the Minister may, by notice in the Gazette, declare to be goods for the purpose of this Act; ‘licence’ …………….. [Definition of ‘licence’ deleted by s. 1 (d) of Act 18 of 1978.] “A”

14 ‘local authority’ …………….. [Definition of ‘local authority’ deleted by s. 21 of Act 50 of 1956.] ‘Minister’ means the Minister of Police; [Definition of ‘Minister’ substituted by s. 1 (e) of Act 18 of 1978.] ‘prescribed’ means prescribed by or under this Act; ‘second-hand goods’ means goods which have been in use in the Union or which (whether they have been in use in the Union or not) have at any time been possessed in the Union for his own account by a person other than the manufacturer or producer thereof or a person dealing therewith in the course of business. 2Application of Act (1) This Act shall not apply to a duly licensed auctioneer who sells second-hand goods by public auction, and the provisions of section three, four and eight shall not apply to a factory as defined in the Factories, Machinery and Building Work Act, 1941 (Act 22 of 1941), nor to any person carrying on the business of selling manufactured articles, in so far as he accepts in part payment for any such article sold by him, an article of a kind normally dealt in by him in his business, nor to any person who acquires second-hand goods solely for his own use in connection with the manufacture or repair of articles normally dealt in by him in his business. (2) The Minister may- (a)by notice in the Gazette exclude from the operation of any or all of the provisions of this Act any area specified in the notice or any area other than an area so specified or any second-hand goods or any class of such goods, and may in like manner amend or repeal any such notice; (b)by notice in writing addressed to any person, and on such conditions as he may deem fit, exempt such person from compliance with any or all of the said provisions, an in like manner amend or withdraw any such notice. 3Certificate required in connection with certain businesses █ Cases No person shall deal in second-hand goods except to the extent specified in a certificate granted to him under section 4. [S. 3 substituted by s. 2 of Act 18 of 1978.] 4Grant of certificates █ Cases (1) An application for a certificate required under section 3, in the prescribed form and containing the prescribed particulars, shall be lodged with the commissioned officer in charge of the police district within which the applicant proposes to carry on business. (2) If after consideration of any such application, and of a report from the commissioned officer in charge of the police district in question, the Commissioner or a commissioned officer authorized thereto by him is satisfied- (a)that the applicant is a person of good character; and “A”

15 (b)that the premises in or on which the applicant proposes to carry on business are suitable and adequately equipped for the purpose. he may grant the required certificate to the applicant. (3) The grant of a certificate under subsection (2) shall be in the discretion of the Commissioner or the commissioned officer authorized thereto by him, as the case may be, who may in any particular case grant a certificate authorizing the applicant to deal in all classes or kinds of second-hand goods or specified classes or kinds of second-hand goods or all classes or kinds of second-hand goods other than specified classes or kinds of such goods. (4) An applicant for a certificate under this section may appeal against any decision of the Commissioner or the commissioned officer concerned, as the case may be, on his or her application, to the Minister, who may after consideration of any such appeal confirm, amend or set aside the decision in question or make such order thereon as he or she may deem fit. [Sub-s. (4) substituted by s. 7 of Act 88 or 1996.] [S. 4 substituted by s. 3 of Act 18 or 1978.] 5Period of validity of certificates A certificate granted under section four shall expire on the thirty-first day of December of the year in which it is issued. 6Keeping of records by dealers █ Cases (1) Every dealer shall keep in the prescribed form in one or other of the official languages of the Union registers of his transactions in second-hand goods, in which shall be recorded in respect of every acquisition or disposal of such goods- (a)the name and address of the person from whom such goods are acquired or to whom such goods are disposed of; (b)the date and hour of acquisition or disposal of such goods and of delivery or removal thereof at or from the dealer’s premises; (c)the consideration given or received for such goods; (d)a full description of such goods, indicating the quantity and colour (if likely to be of assistance for identification purposes) thereof, any identification marks thereon and any other distinguishing features thereof, and, in the case of metals, the form in which such metals are acquired or disposed of; (e)the number assigned to such goods by the dealer under subsection (3) at the time of acquisition thereof, and (f)in the case of a motor vehicle, the number of the engine and the chassis respectively and the registration number. “A”

16 (2) The entry to be made under subsection (1) in respect of any transaction shall be effected at the time such transaction takes place: Provided that in the case of goods acquired or disposed of at a public auction, the entry may be made at any time on the day on which the auction takes place. (3) For the purpose of paragraph (e) of subsection (1) a dealer shall, except in the case of metals acquired otherwise than in the form of manufactured articles, assign a number to every quantity of second-hand goods acquired by him, a new series of numbers being commenced for each month, and the number assigned to any such goods shall be marked by such a dealer on such goods or, in the case of goods acquired in bulk, on the container thereof. (4) Separate registers shall be kept in respect of acquisitions and disposals of goods and, if the Minister by notice in the Gazette so directs, also in respect of different classes or groups of goods as may be specified in the notice. (5) The keeping of any register required to be kept by any dealer under any other law, shall, in so far as such register contains the particulars prescribed in this section, be deemed to be a sufficient compliance with the requirements of this section. (6) Any dealer who fails to make in respect of second-hand goods acquired by him, an entry in the appropriate register in terms of this section, shall, apart from any penalty to which he may be liable by reason of the failure, in the event of such goods being proved to be stolen goods, be deemed to have received such goods knowing to have been stolen, unless the contrary is proved. (7) For the purpose of this section any person acquiring or offering to dispose of second-hand goods from or to a dealer shall furnish his full name and address on demand by such dealer. (8) Any person who is or has been a dealer shall retain any register kept by him under this section for a period of three years after the date of the last entry therein, and shall at any time during that period on demand by a policeman make such register available for inspection by that policeman and furnish him with an explanation of any entry therein. (9) A policeman may seize any register referred to in subsection (8) which may afford evidence of a contravention of any provision of this Act, and the provisions of section twelve shall mutatis mutandis apply in respect of any entry in any such register or any explanation of an entry therein given by the person by whom it has been retained in term of the said subsection. 7Acquisition, storage and disposal of goods No dealer shall- (a)receive or deliver second-hand goods outside ordinary business hours, except in case of emergency or after notice to the officer in charge of the nearest police station; (b)store any second-hand goods elsewhere than on the premises on which he carries on business or on premises of the situation whereof he has in writing advised the officer in police charge of the district in which such premises are situated; or (c )deliver any such goods acquired by him to any person or change the form or alter the appearance thereof until after the expiration of a period of seven days from the date of acquisition thereof, except after notice to the officer in charge of the nearest police station. “A”

17 8Smelting of metals and possession of smelting apparatus No dealer shall smelt or melt or cause to be smelted or melted any metal or any article or substance containing metal, or have in his possession any apparatus which can be used for the smelting or melting of metal of any article or substance. 9Reports to be furnished by dealers Whenever- (a)any second-hand goods are offered to a dealer by a person who refuses to furnish his full name and address or furnishes a name and address which such dealer has reason to believe is not his correct name or address; or (b)any dealer has reason to believe, whether from information furnished to him by a policeman or otherwise, that second-hand goods offered to him are stolen goods, such dealer shall immediately report the circumstances to the nearest police station. 10Powers of police (1) Any policeman may at all reasonable times- (a)enter any place occupied by a person who is or is on reasonable grounds believed to be a dealer, or any place or vehicle in or upon which there are or are suspected to be any second-hand goods not intended for the use of the owner thereof; (b)inspect any goods found in any such place or on any such vehicle and any book, record or document which is suspected to contain any information relating to such goods; (c)require from the owner or any person in charge of such place or vehicle or any goods therein or thereon, information in regard to any such goods; (d)require from such owner or person an explanation of any entry in any such book, record or document; (e)seize any goods, books, records or documents which may afford evidence of a contravention of any provision of this Act. (2) A dealer shall on demand afford any policeman such assistance and facilities as he may require in connection with the exercise of his powers or the performance of his functions under this section. 11Offences and penalties Any person who- “A”

18 (a)contravenes or fails to comply with any provision of this Act which is applicable to him or any condition on which he has under paragraph (b) of subsection (2) of section two been exempted from compliance with any such provision; (b)makes any incorrect entry in any register required to be kept under this Act; (c)in connection with any information or explanation which he is in terms of this Act required to furnish, knowingly makes a false statement; or (d)obstructs or interferes with any policeman in the exercise of his powers of the performance of his functions under this Act or refuses or fails to afford to any policeman assistance or facilities lawfully required by him, shall be guilty of an offence and liable on conviction to a fine not exceeding one thousand rand or imprisonment for a period not exceeding twelve months or both such fine and such imprisonment. [S. 11 amended by s. 4 of Act 18 of 1978.] 12Admissions and presumptions (1) At the trial of any person charged with an offence under this Act, any statement or record contained in any book, register or document kept by the accused or an employee or agent of the accused or which at any time was at any place during the occupancy of that place by the accused, and any statement made or explanation given under section ten by or on behalf of the accused to any policeman, shall be admissible in evidence against the accused as an admission of the facts set forth in that statement, record or explanation. (2) Whenever in any proceedings under this Act it is proved that any goods have been in use, such goods shall be deemed to have been in use in the Union, unless the contrary is proved. 13Acts or omissions of manager, agent or employee (1) Whenever any manager, agent or employee of a dealer does or omits to do any act which it would be an offence under this Act for such dealer to do or omit to do, then, unless it is proved- (a)that in doing or omitting to do that act the manager, agent or employee was acting without the permission or connivance of the dealer; (b)that all reasonable steps were taken by the dealer to prevent any act or omission of the kind in question: and (c)that is was not under any condition or in any circumstances within the scope of the authority or in the course of the employment of the manager, agent or employee to do or omit to do acts, whether lawful or unlawful, of the character of the act or omission charged, the dealer shall be presumed himself to have done or omitted to do that act and be liable to be convicted and sentenced in respect thereof, and the fact that he issued instructions forbidding an act or omission of the kind in question shall not of itself be accepted as sufficient proof that he took all reasonable steps to prevent the act or omission. “A”

19 (2) Whenever any manager, agent or employee of a dealer does or omits to do an act which it would be an offence under this Act for the dealer to do or omit to do, he shall be liable to be convicted and sentenced in respect thereof as if he were the dealer. (3) Any such manger, agent or employee may be so convicted and sentenced in addition to the dealer. 14Regulations The Minister may make regulations, not inconsistent with this Act, prescribing any matter which in terms of this Act is required or permitted to be prescribed. [S. 14 amended by s. 44 of Act 68 of 1957.] 15Repeal of laws The Second-hand Goods Act, 1895 (Act 10 of 1895), of the Cape of Good Hope, and Act 11 of 1907 of Natal, entitled ‘Act to regulate the business of dealers in old metals’ are hereby repealed. 16Short title and commencement This Act shall be called the Second-hand Goods Act, 1955, and shall come into operation upon a date to be fixed by the Governor-General by proclamation in the Gazette. “A”

20 COMPLAINANT FULL NAMES RESIDENTIAL ADDRESS POSTAL CODE BUSINESS ADDRESS POSTAL CODE HOME TEL NO.BUSINESS TEL NO.CELLPHONE NO.COMPANY NAME RACESEXAGEIDENTITY NO AICWMF PRO FORMA STATEMENT – THEFT OF NON-FERROUS METALS ……………………………...…… CAS ………….. / ………… / ………... STATES UNDER OATH IN ENGLISH / AFRIKAANS : DATE AND TIME OF THEFT BETWEEN ……………………………. AT ……………………….. AND ………………….. AT ………………………… CRIME SCENE FULL ADDRESS (As close as possible including nearest pole no) COMPANY INVOLVED (Spoornet, Eskom, Telkom, Metrorail, etc.) IS THERE AN ALARM ON THE LINE?YESNO SECURITY FIRM RESPONSIBLE FOR THE AREA PROPERTY / MATERIAL STOLEN FULL DESCRIPTION (Thickness, type, etc.) VALUE / REPLACEMENT VALUE QUANTITY METHOD METHOD USED (Cut, saw, etc.) TRANSPORT USED (Vehicle, dragged, left near scene, etc.) “B”

21 WAS ALL MATERIAL REMOVED FROM SCENE?YESNO WAS WIRE STRIPPED ON THE CRIME SCENE?YESNO WEATHER CONDITIONS WHEN CRIME WAS COMMITTED WERE POLES CUT DOWN?YESNO SUSPECTS ARRESTS MADE (Full names, id no, residential address, telephone no, cellphone no) PARTICULARS OF VEHICHLE USED (Make, model, reg no, colour, owner, etc.) EXPLANATION BY SUSPECT EXHIBITS (SAPS 13 NO.) INVESTIGATING OFFICER NOTIFIED? Nobody had the right to steal any of the company’s cable or conductors. I request police investigation in this matter. I know and understand the contents of this declaration. I have / have no objection to taking the prescribed oath. I consider the prescribed oath to be binding / not binding on my conscience. …………………………………………… SIGNATURE OF DEPONENT I certify that the above statement was taken by me and the deponent has acknowledged that he / she knows and understands the contents thereof. This statement was sworn to / affirmed before me and the deponents signature was placed thereon in my presence at ………………………………….. on …………………………………………… at ……………………………………… COMMISSIONER OF OATHS : FULL NAMES AND SURNAME: RANK: ADDRESS: “B”

22 INVESTIGATING OFFICER SURNAME AND INITIALS RANK PERSAL NUMBER WORK TELEPHONE NO. CELLPHONE NO. FOLLOW-UP REPORT – THEFT OF NON-FERROUS METALS STATION ………………………..... CAS ………. / ……. / ………. INFORMATION RECEIVED DURING INVESTIGATION SUSPECTS (Full names, id no, residential address, telephone numbers, cellphone numbers) EXPLANATION BY SUSPECTS OUTCOME OF ALIBI FOLLOW-UP PARTICULARS OF SUSPECTS RELATIVES CELLPHONE NUMBERS RETRIEVED SUSPECTS PHOTO NO’S ACCOMPLICES (Names, residential addresses, id no’s, whereabouts) “C”

23 EXHIBITS SAPS 13 NO FULL DESCRIPTION OF EXHIBITS WERE PHOTO’S TAKEN OF THE EXHIBITS?YESNO WERE FINGERPRINTS TAKEN FROM EXHIBITS?YESNO WERE EXHIBITS HANDED BACK? (SAPS 200)YESNO DID COMPLAINANT IDENTIFY EXHIBITS?YESNO DESCRIPTION OF EXHIBITS HANDED BACK PROPERTY / MATERIAL STOLEN LENGTH / WEIGHT FULL DESCRIPTION (Thickness / type / cable / Conductor, etc.) ………………………………………… ………………………………………………………… DATE SIGNATURE OF INVESTIGATING OFFICER “C”

24 INVESTIGATING OFFICER SURNAME AND INITIALS RANK PERSAL NUMBER WORK TELEPHONE NO. CELLPHONE NO. FINAL REPORT – THEFT OF NON-FERROUS METALS STATION ………………………..... CAS ………. / ……. / ………. OUTCOME OF CASE DOCKET DATE FINALIZED CONVICTIONYESNO FULL PARTICULARS OF ACCUSED (Name, id no, residential address, fingerprint no.) CHARGES ACCUSED WERE CONVICTED OF SENTENCE MANNER OF DISPOSAL OF SAPS 13 EXHIBITS COMMENTS BY INVESTIGATING OFFICER ………………………………………. …………………………………………………….. DATE SIGNATURE OF INVESTIGATING OFFICER “D”

25 CASES REPORTED – JANUARY TO DECEMBER 2006 / 2007 MONTHNO OF CASESVALUEARRESTS JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH APRIL MAY JUNE JULY AUGUST SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER TOTAL CRIME INTELLIGENCE REPORT – COMPARATIVE STATISTICS CASES REPORTED – JANUARY TO DECEMBER 2007 MONTH CITY OF CAPE TOWN AREA MOSTLY AFFECTED JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH APRIL MAY JUNE JULY AUGUST SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER “E”


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