Take responsibility for your safety

Colonel Andries Odendaal from the Randburg Police Station along with Penny Steyn, who has been running Domestic Watch meetings for the past 16 years.


The April Domestic Watch meetings will be coming up soon and this month’s topic will be, Taking Responsibility for Safety.

While safety and security have similar packaging, the meeting will be dealing with many extras on safety that have not been discussed before. It will be an interactive thought provoking lesson with many ‘out of the box’ considerations when it comes to one’s safety, with a quiz to challenge the attendees.

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A speaker will be present discussing in more detail the concept of taking responsibility for your safety, and attendees will also have an enablement opportunity.

Dates and times of these meeting are as follows:

  • Gallo Manor, Morningside Manor at the Manor Community Church on 19 April at 10am
  • Gallo Manor, Wendywood at Christ Church on 19 April at 11.30am
  • Morningside Police Station on 19 April at 1.30pm
  • St Michael’s Church, Bryanston on 20 April at 11.30am
  • Rivonia at the 1st Rivertrail Scout Hall on 21 April at 12 noon
  • The River Road, Bryanston at the 1st Rivertrail Scout Hall on 21 April at 12 noon
  • Saxonwold at South African National Museum of Military History on 25 April at 12 noon
  • Parkview at the St Columba’s Church on 28 April at 10am
  • Rivonia at the 1st Rivertrail Scout Hall on 21 April at 12 noon.

For more information please contact Penny Steyn 082 461 6968; email madpenny@absamail.co.za

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