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NCJ Number: 166650 Find in a Library
Title: Annual Plan of the South African Police Service, 1996-1997
Corporate Author: South Africa Dept of Safety and Security
South Africa
Date Published: 1996
Page Count: 51
Sponsoring Agency: National Standards and Management Services
Pretoria, South Africa, 0001
South Africa Dept of Safety and Security
Pretoria, South Africa
Publication Number: ISBN 0-621-17442-4
Sale Source: National Standards and Management Services
South Africa Police Service
Private Bag X94
Pretoria,
South Africa
Type: Program/Project Description
Language: English
Country: South Africa
Annotation: This plan details the objectives and priorities for the South African Police Service for fiscal year 1996-97, based on a participatory and consultative process.
Abstract: The plan reflects awareness of the history of policing in South Africa and the efforts currently under way to transform the strategies, structures, and activities of the police service in accordance with the principles and objectives of community policing. Crimes designated as national priorities include hijacking and other vehicle-related crimes, taxi violence, police corruption, possession and trafficking of illegal weapons, drug-related crimes, serious economic offenses, declared political massacres, and bank robberies. Among the objectives for the police service are to raise the levels of safety and security through improved quality of service, to establish effective crime intelligence, to enhance operational effectiveness through personnel training, to ensure the equitable distribution of resources, to enhance police morale, and to enhance quality and representativeness. Figures; photographs; and appended background information, figures, and map
Main Term(s): Police planning
Index Term(s): Community policing; Foreign police; South Africa
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