VISION TACTICAL has increased their INTERVENTION UNIT

VISION TACTICAL has increased their INTERVENTION UNIT fleet with new SUV vehicles to support the high performance vehicles that will intensify the fight against armed robberies and hijackings and other serious crimes across the city.

These vehicles are adapted to provide exactly what tactical officers need in their role of keeping public safe, crime prevention operations and incidents. The specialised units are equipped and supported with the latest technology, including drones and vehicle tracking, that will ensure that we are able to meet the demands of the community and provide the best possible tools for our frontline officers and emergency medical partners.

“Criminals need to feel the heat and the recent confrontations with criminals is just an indication of things to come”

VISION TACTICAL / #MANDELA DAY 2018

Time to combine Vision & Action ! #MandelaDay #Mandela100
‪@visiontactical will be participating in a number of events today to mark #MandelaDay2018! Updates from locals schools, hospitals & shelters, let’s make this day the biggest ever! ‬
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Johannesburg residents fed up with power cuts

 

Johannesburg MMC for environment and infrastructure, Nico de Jager, on Wednesday night addressed angry residents after the city implemented load rotation leading to power cuts to thousands of residents. The power cuts have been blamed on a blown transformer at the Sebenza sub-station. SABC reporter NoziNtombi Miya attended the town hall meeting.

“Squeezing the space for criminals through an offensive approach” – Minister of Police, Minister Bheki Cele

Speaker notes by the Minister of Police, Minister Bheki Cele on the stabilization approach on the crime in South Africa.

Venue: Tshwane Academy

The National Commissioner of Police
All Deputy National Commissioners
The Head: Directorate for Priority Crimes Investigations All Regional Commissioners
All Divisional Commissioners All Provincial Commissioners All Component Heads
The media

Good morning and thank you for this opportunity.

During the recent past, South Africa has been plagued with serious and violent crimes, particularly aggravated robberies which has instilled fear in our innocent, vulnerable and law-abiding citizens of our country.

On this backdrop I have directed the SAPS Top Management to adopt and extraordinary operational approach to stabilize this crime wave which must be followed by a normalization approach.

Therefore, in our efforts to stamping the authority of the State, we will be introducing the execution of a high density stabilization intervention going forward.

This will entail the migration of resources from a strategic framework level to an operational framework level. This means that in provinces such as Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal and Western Cape, which provinces are most affected by this crime wave, we will be boosted by the deployment Lieutenant Generals. We will also be mobilizing all Police Act (functional) members that are ordinarily tasked with administration duties to augment the visibility of police officers, particularly in identified hotspot areas in all provinces.

Our intention is to combat crimes, among others, cash-in-transit heists, car hi-jacking, murders, house robberies, gang violence and related crimes, taxi violence and related crimes.

We will also be dedicating teams to track and arrest wanted suspects as part of our Organised Crime Threat Analysis (OCTA) approach.

In order to ensure a sustainable stabilization of crime, we realized that we would also need to ensure a downward management of “red dockets” (cold cases). In this, dedicated detectives will be working around the clock to gather information and evidence to identify those responsible for committing serious and violent crimes.

This will be a 24 hour multi-disciplinary activation plan dubbed “Squeezing the space for criminals through an offensive approach”.

The South African Police Service remains committed to ensuring that people in South Africa are and feel safe as outlined in Outcome 3 of the National Development Plan 2030. Not only do we want to ensure that people are and feel safe but we also want to ensure an environment conducive for and effective and efficient Grand Economic Strategy of the country. If the economy of our country flourishes then we can expect that crime will drop. If crime persists, the economy is not likely to flourish.

Moving forward, we will ensure high density visibility of uniformed police officers on foot and vehicles, supported by the SAPS air wing, continuous cordon and search operations, continuous roadblocks and relentless search for wanted suspects.

As part of the community mobilization, I call on all South Africans to be our eyes and ears by providing information on criminal activities preferable before they happen. Information can be provided to the local police station or to our Crime Stop number 086 00 10111. I also want to make a clarion call our SAPS members to work closely with the members of the community if we want to realise the desired support from all sectors of society.

I thank you

High speed chase ends in arrests of wanted suspects. 

Vision Tactical security guards noticed noticed suspicious activity early on Thursday morning at a site in crown mines. They immediately called for backup. As the tactical response arrived the suspects attempted to flee and fired shots in traffic. 

Vision Tactical gave chase towards the small bridge heading into Ormonde. One suspect ran into the bush and was apprehended. The chase continued and the suspects pushed a response vehicle into a taxi while continuing to fire at Vision Tactical and JMPD.

The other suspect was apprehended higher up on Xavier. Firearms and the vehicle was stolen. Suspects were handed over to SAPS 

Vodacom, ER24 partners with lifesaving SMS Emergency Service

Help is now an SMS away as Vodacom for the first time offers an Emergency Text service specifically for the Deaf, hearing and speech impaired: the Vodacom 082 112 SMS Emergency Service. These services include trained Emergency Call Centre agents who will put you in touch with police, paramedics, fire services, sea rescue services and an ambulance to assist you.
The service addresses a serious need that currently exists in the market. Previously, Deaf and hearing impaired persons were unable to contact an emergency service centre as it could only be accessed via voice calls.

ER24 is proud to be the service provider for the Vodacom 112 Emergency Contact Centre. The disability / hearing impaired service was developed by ER24 in conjunction with Mediclinic Southern Africa’s ICT team and Tech Mahindra. We have dedicated and highly skilled staff ready to deal with any emergency. We are proud to be able to be part of this innovation in providing emergency services to Vodacom subscribers.

To register for the service from your Vodacom phone, SMS the word ‘register’ to 082 112. Accept the terms and conditions to indicate your type of disability; deaf, hearing or speech impaired. Your number is now registered, and you are ready to use this service. An Emergency Centre agent will contact you to confirm your name and surname.

ER24, along with Vodacom, is ready to provide realhelprealfast to all Vodacom subscribers.

10 Tips when looking at vehicle tracking

Considering the time you spend in your car and that your car is one of the biggest assets, if not the biggest, that you own, you can never implement enough security measures to ensure its safety. In a country where cars are not only stolen frequently, but smuggled over the border or stripped down in a matter of minutes, a tracking system is arguably one of the best safety precautions to have installed.

For those of us who haven’t made the smart choice yet, here is a list of the top ten things to look out for before investing in a tracking system.

  1. Is the tracking company partnered with the SAPS?
    If the company is partnered with the South African Police Service, the police themselves will be involved in the tracking process should your vehicle ever be stolen. The company will enlist the help of the SAPS network of over 1 400 vehicles and 50 aircraft, often leading to swifter arrests and faster recovery of the vehicle in question.
  2. Is the tracking device accepted by car insurers?
    If the device is accepted by insurance companies, chances are that you will be able to reduce the cost of your monthly car insurance premiums as a result.
  3. Does the company have a reputable ‘track’ record?
    What percentage of stolen vehicles has the company managed to recover over the years? This percentage will be a good indication of whether the particular tracking device is a trustworthy one or not.
  4. Does the company offer you a variety of package options?
    Obviously, the more variety that there is, the easier it will be to choose a tracking device that best suits your needs and your budget.
  5. What tracking options do you have?
    If you opt for a slightly more advanced package, are you given the option to track your vehicle yourself using your smartphone, tablet or computer? This is a great benefit to have, especially if you are prone to forgetting where you parked your car!
  6. What extras does the tracking company offer you?
    Think vehicle monitoring, roadside assistance, zone management etc. While you may have to pay a little bit extra each month in order to make use of these add ons, some of them are incredibly convenient to have.
  7. Does the system come with an ‘Assist’ or ‘Panic’ button?
    Make sure that it does. This will make it possible for you to unnoticeably alert your tracking system provider if you’re in the process of being hijacked. It’ll also save you a phone call if you need roadside assistance.
  8. Is the tracking device maintenance-free?
    The best tracking devices either come with a warranty or are 100% maintenance-free. It is also wise to ensure that the device comes equipped with its own independent backup battery.
  9. How accurate is the tracking device?
    Ultimately, the more accurate the device, the easier it will be to trace and recover your vehicle. The best tracking systems are able to track your vehicle within five metres of its exact location.
  10. Are you getting value for money?
    To determine this, you’ll have to shop around, which is always a good idea. Make sure that you aren’t paying for something that another reliable provider will give you for free.

As you can see, it is incredibly important to do your research before taking the plunge and choosing a vehicle tracking system. After all, this little piece of technology is going to be responsible for protecting your most prized possession.

Remember, by having a tracking device installed, not only will it provide you with peace of mind, but it might also result in cheaper car insurance premiums.


OUR CHOICE:

TRACKER. To Care is to Protect.

  • Tracker is committed to the timely delivery and installion of quality vehicle telematics units and services which meet and exceed the needs and expectations of their customers.​ 
  • Tracker is committed to delivering a quality service that fully meets our customers’ expectations. This is achieved by ensuring that each employee in the organisation adopts innovative and best-in-class telematics service practices with continual improvement in business and quality management systems as a part of Tracker’s effort to enhance customer satisfaction while assuring 100% quality.​
  • ​Tracker is committed to serve our clients by creating safer journeys and ensuring their vehicles’ safety by working together with various third parties which also include many law enforcement agencies and Vision Tactical.​         
  • Tracker uses innovative technology to ensure the safety of your vehicles and the people who use them with this easy-to-use app on your smartphone or tablet, you can instantly locate your vehicle, view it on street and satellite maps and even find out whether it’s stopped or moving, its speed and the vehicle’s odometer reading.


NATISIA LALLA

Tracker – Sales Consultant

079 506 3444

nlalla@tracker.co.za