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The Road Policing Section strives to fulfil the Tshwane Metropolitan Police Department's vision of safety and security for the road users in Tshwane. The section's mission is to render an effective, efficient and sustainable policing service in Tshwane through specialised road policing, with an objective to reduce fatal accidents. Road Policing consists of four subsections that include Freeway Patrol, Overload Control, Speed, and Task Team.

Freeway Patrol focuses on patrolling freeways and major routes, maintaining the free flow of traffic as much as possible after any given event or incident that may impede and/or strain road users, as well as ensuring that law enforcement on contraventions is dealt with. The Overload Control Subsection focuses on the inspection of all freight vehicles and enforcement of relevant laws regulating the loads on vehicles. The Speed Subsection ensures compliance to speed limits by means of enforcement of the relevant legislation and use of speed cameras. Lastly, the Task Team Service involves the safe flow of traffic by delivering professional and proficient escort duties of presidential motorcades, VVIPs, VIPs, funeral processions and abnormal loads.  

By-law Policing Unit

By-laws are laws that are passed by the council of a municipality to regulate the affairs and the services it provides within its area of jurisdiction.

The main function of by-laws is to regulate public order to ensure that Tshwane is an orderly community and city to reside and work in.

A municipality derives the powers to pass a by-law from the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, which gives certain specified powers and competencies to local government as set out in Part B of Schedules 4 and 5 of the Constitution.

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The following by-laws have been promulgated for the City of Tshwane: 

  • Substance Abuse
  • Tshwane Market
  • Cemeteries and Crematorium
  • Childcare Services
  • Control of Outdoor Advertising
  • Credit Control
  • Establishment of the Tshwane Youth Development Unit
  • Fire Brigade
  • Homes for the Aged
  • Keeping of Animals, Birds and Poultry
  • Keeping of Bees
  • Operation and Management of Initiation Schools
  • Parking Meters
  • Property Rates
  • Public Amenities
  • Rules and Orders
  • Sanitation
  • Solid Waste
  • Standard Electricity Supply
  • Street Trading
  • Water Supply
  • Work on the Public Road Reserve
  • Derelict Buildings


The community can contact the Tshwane Metropolitan Police Department at the following the numbers and addresses to report suspected by-law transgressions. 

  • Region 1  sector 1(Soshanguve/Mabopane area): 012 358 3604/3605

2161 Molefe Makinta Drive, Block U, Mabopane


  • Region 1 sector 2(Pretoria North area): 012 358 5912

Unit 14B, Cnr Daan de Wet Nel and Willem Cruywagen, Winternest 


  • Region 2 sector 1 (Hammanskraal area): 012 358 9887/9888

113 Lovers Lane, Mandela Village, Hammanskraal


  • Region 2 sector 2 (Sinoville area): 012 543 1715/012 358 3600

119 Brac Avenue, Sinovich Centre, Sinoville


  • Region 3 sector 1 (Pretoria West/Atteridgeville area): 012 358 1905/012 387 0401

723 Sytze Wierda Avenue, Philip Nel Park


  • Region 3 sector 2 (Central): 012 358 1906

1 Madiba Street, Pretoria


  • Region 4 (Centurion area): 012 358 3117/6

19 Napier Road, Lyttelton


  • Region 5 (Rayton area): 012 734 6054

Cnr Oakley and Montrose Streets, Rayton


  • Region 6 (Mamelodi area): 012 358 5230/5215

71 Boundary Avenue, Sun Valley, Mamelodi West


  • Region 7 (Bronkhorstspruit area): 013 932 6285

Cnr Mark and Botha Streets, Bronkhorstspruit

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