That’s why the Wynberg Sector 1 Neighbourhood Watch invited Mike Voortman, Chairman of Constantia Watch and the Constantia Valley Watches Association, to be guest speaker at the NHW’s upcoming annual general meeting. He will explain how this system works. Would a similar system work in Wynberg?
Venue: Wynberg SAPS Mess Hall
Date: Wednesday 24 February
More about the Licence Plate Recognition Camera System
The Constantia Valley LPR camera system comprises of over 500 community funded cameras distributed throughout the Constantia Valley. The system automatically reads the licence plate of every vehicle which passes a camera and issues alerts as soon as a vehicle suspected of involvement in a crime enters the area. The system is responsible for more arrests than any other initiative in the Western Cape.
Mike Voortman is the Chairman of Constantia Watch and the Constantia Valley Watches Association which is a collabaration between a number of neighbourhood watches throughout the Constantia Valley. The CVWA is responsible for monitoring the camera system through their control room.
1. Review of 2015
3. Outlook for 2016
4. Election of Committee Members
5. Guest Speaker – Mike Voortman on the Constantia Valley Licence Plate Recognition Camera System.
DO YOU WANT TO BE PART OF RUNNING THE NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH?
If you would like to be part of running the Neighbourhood Watch please nominate yourself in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org by no later than 5pm Monday 22 February 2016.