Department of Community Safety
A protection order aims at preventing the re-occurrence of domestic violence or sexual harassment by stating what conduct the alleged offender must refrain from doing.
Client enquires about AARTO Notices issued, where to pay and how to complete and submit representations
Send us your feedback on services received from the Department of Community Safety.
Report all forms of abuse and assistance. Get safety tips and information on how to get out of an abusive relationship.
Allows members of the public to lodge complaints against the South African Police Service within Gauteng. Once received, the complaints are investigated by the Provincial Secretariat (Complaints Division) with Community Safety.
Become a community activist and join in the fight against crime by joining a community safety structures in your area such as the Community Policing Forum, Neighbourhood Watch, Men As Safety Promoters, Women as Safety Promoters, the Youth Desk.
Weighing of overloaded freight and passenger vehicles for compliance with National Road Traffic Regulations.
This service is available to vehicle owners who have had their cars discontinued through a process where a notice is issued in terms of the Road Traffic Act, 1989 (Act No. 29 of 1989) for vehicles that do not comply with necessary roadworthy specifications.
Citizens can call to report a crime through the call centre and may choose to remain anonymous.
This service is available 24 hours a day to any person who wants to report the illegal sale of drugs by providing information that may assist the police in the prevention and/or investigation of those activities.
Report lack of feedback on a case that has been opened at any police station in Gauteng.
Lodge a complaint against law enforcement agencies who abuse power or harrass and assault innocent citizens.
The service allows citizens to report any wrong doing by law enforcement agencies i.e. South African Police Services and various metro police departments in Gauteng. Citizens can report these agencies for not discharging services as they should.
Report any sexual related offenses. The alleged sexual offense may be reported by: the victim of the offence; a family member, friend or colleague of the victim or a person who witnesses or received information about the commission of the offence.
You can subscribe to receive announcements by the Department of Community Safety.
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You can subscribe to receive warnings published by the Department of Community Safety.
Instructors of driving schools are tested by a qualified Provincial Traffic Officer in order to confirm compliance of the required regulations for a driving school instructor.
PDMCC is responsible for the operational management of all activities related to the Gauteng Provincial Government’s (GPG) response to the virus
Assistance for victims of domestic and gender based violence through the One Stop Centre that includes medico-legal services and accommodation.