Discussing criminal signs

Making a Dfference founder Penny Steyn.

 

Making A Difference (Mad) will host its Domestic Watch Meetings for February which aim to teach those attending about the common signs used by criminals.

Penny Steyn from Mad said, “Over the 16 years of running these lessons, I have had numerous calls from those who have been attacked only to spot the signs after the horror experience. Since criminals have their own informers they pay, how can we be naive and think that they don’t have a form of signing which homes to attack?

“We simply cannot ignore telltale signs. It is an interesting lesson about multifaceted signs to be aware of.”

The dates for February:

  • Bedfordview at the Bedfordview Methodist Church, 1 De Wet Road on 22 February at 2pm
  • Blairgowrie at the Christ Church, 32 Gordon Avenue on 17 February at 10am
  • Porchester Road Bryanston at the River, corner of East Pont and Brook streets on 17 February at 12pm
  • Bryanston St Michaels Church, 73 Mount Street on 16 February at 11.30am
  • Craighall Park at the Wesleyan Church, corner of Beaumont and Norfolk streets, on 24 February at 12pm
  • Emmarentia at the Emmarentia Sailing Club, Louw Geldenhuys Drive, on 22 February at 10am
  • Gallo Manor, Morningside Manor at the Manor Community Church, Letaba Avenue on 23 February at 10am
  • Gallo Manor, Wendywood at the Christ Church, Sandton, corner of Roosevelt and Haldane roads on 15 February at 10am
  • Hurlingham at the Rosebank Union Church, William Nicol Drive, on 28 February at 10am
  • Kibler at the Park Klipriver Recreation Club, Peggy Vera Road, on 15 February at 10am
  • Magaliessig Fourways at the Norscot Manor, 168 Penguin Drive, on 16 February at 9.30am
  • Mondeor at the Sasol Garage, Swartgoud Street, on 14 February at 10am
  • Morningside at the police station, Summit Road, on 15 February at 1.30pm
  • Parkview at the St Columba’s Church, Lurgan Road, on 24 February at 10am
  • Rivonia at The River, corner of East Pont and Brook roads, Bryanston, on 17 February at 12pm
  • Saxonwold at The War Museum, Eastwold Way, on 28 February at 12pm.

Details: 082 461 6968; 011 783 8776; [email protected]

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