The officers at the Station level are responsible for combating crime through crime operations, police-station activities and high visibility at grassroots level.
They are also responsible for safeguarding the community by preventing and combatting crime, attending to complaints and emergency calls from the public.
There are variety of services provided at Station Level
Step 1: The complaint can be done either through a phone call or by reporting directly at the station.
Step 2: If the incident being reported amounts to a criminal offence you will be advise to register a case and a statement
will be recorded from you.
Step 3: The Police will take over and do the necessary police procedures.
*Police procedures vary depending on the type of offence.
If your complaint has no criminal element you will be advised about the necessary procedure.
Step 1: Report to the station where the activity is going to be hosted and you will be issued with a form,
Step 2: The completed form should be submitted back at the station.
Step 3: A site visit will be conducted by Police officers from the respective station.
Step 4: Consideration is given for approval or not and you will be informed of the outcome.
*Applications should be made at least 1 week prior to the hosting of the event.
Police reports are provided for these purposes:
- Civil court cases
- Insurance claims
Step 1: Aletter of request with the relevant details should be forwarded to the Commissioner of Police.
Step 2: Same will be forwarded to respective station.
Step 3: Upon receipt of your letter by the Regional/Station Commander with the necessary instruction, a letter will be forwarded to addressee.
Loss of Personal Document
Step 1: Report the incident to your station.
Step 2: A written statement will be recorded from you.
Step 3: A certification of your complaint and a copy of yourstatement will be issued to you.
Step 4: Take the documents provided to you by the Police to the immigration office.
- Let your neighbours know about your party in advance, as this may reduce concems about parking or noise later.
- Keep music indoors and move guests inside later on m the night.
- Make sure that your sound system speakers are not facing directly towards a neighbour.
- Ask guests to be quiet when they leave.
- Avoid using front yards or street frontages as this is more likely to elicit complaints from neighbours or attract uninvited guests.
- Remember that registering your party with police is not a license to make as much noise as you want.