Sexual Offences and Community Affairs (SOCA) Unit Annual report 2006/2007 & additional information on 2007/2008 19 May 2008
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19 May 2008
Embedded in this proclamation is a regard for human Proclamation in terms of section 13(1) (c) of the NPA Act. SOCA focuses primarily on issues involving the victimisation of women and children with emphasis on the following matters:
rights underpinned by a problem-solving approach to justice,
which is performed through the SOCA’s four operational sections:
In the previous reporting periods, the statistics were:
Total for 12 months period: 102 540 / 64 982 (63.4%)
Alignment of integrated domestic violence package material with registered Unit standards, 2nd draft has been finalized and is available on CD. Currently the task team is working with service provider to have the aligned version of the DV manual accredited by SASSETA.
Of the 81 learners trained (training course for prosecutors and traditional leaders on unit standard 117871) 98% of the learners were declared competent and registered by SAQA in Feb 2008. This is the highest competency rate ever achieved in the NPAin learning initiatives that are unit standard based.