FIDELITY ADT | 28 JAN 2020

Team work leads to 
 Mt Croix arrest

There has been high praise for local law...

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FIDELITY ADT | 13 DEC 2019

LPR camera recovers stolen car in Beacon Bay

A stolen vehicle was recovered in Beacon...

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FIDELITY ADT | 28 OCT 2019

Mt Croix suspect arrested and stolen TV recovered

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Community Information Centre

The Community Information Centre (CIC) was created to enhance our efforts in looking after the safety and security of our communities. It can be found at the Fidelity ADT offices in Port Elizabeth. Over the last few years, it has seen numerous successes in terms of arrests, apprehensions, resolved municipal issues and stolen goods being recovered. By assessing the statistics and in-depth feedback from the different community bodies, such as the neighbourhood watches, and the Port Elizabeth community at large, it clearly indicates that the CIC has made a massive impact in the fight against crime.

We are delighted with the growth shown in terms of members being added to the network and calls received (100+ daily) and would like to encourage all residents to continue informing their neighbours of the CIC.

  • Suspicious vehicles (i.e. registration checks)
  • Suspicious people
  • Motor vehicle accidents
  • Emergency medical response
  • Missing persons
  • Fire and rescue services
  • Municiple issues e.g, burst water pipes or street light problems
  • Traffic concerns
  • Domestic concerns
  • Any emergencies

Should you have any questions or need assistance, please feel free contact our Community Information Centre on 086 12 12 210.


Community Information Centre

The Community Information Centre (CIC) was created to enhance our efforts in looking after the safety and security of our communities. It can be found at the Fidelity ADT offices in Port Elizabeth. Over the last few years, it has seen numerous successes in terms of arrests, apprehensions, resolved municipal issues and stolen goods being recovered. By assessing the statistics and in-depth feedback from the different community bodies, such as the neighbourhood watches, and the Port Elizabeth community at large, it clearly indicates that the CIC has made a massive impact in the fight against crime.

We are delighted with the growth shown in terms of members being added to the network and calls received (100+ daily) and would like to encourage all residents to continue informing their neighbours of the CIC.

  • Suspicious vehicles (i.e. registration checks)
  • Suspicious people
  • Motor vehicle accidents
  • Emergency medical response
  • Missing persons
  • Fire and rescue services
  • Municiple issues e.g, burst water pipes or street light problems
  • Traffic concerns
  • Domestic concerns
  • Any emergencies

Should you have any questions or need assistance, please feel free contact our Community Information Centre on 086 12 12 210.