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  1. DCS contributing towards NDP Vision 2030 DCS 2014- 2019 STRATEGY AND APP PRESENTATION ON 2014/15 – 2018/19 STRAT PLAN AND 2014/15 APP 2014/15 FY Its Almost All Systems go for the new financial Year Presented By Terence Raseroka Act CDC Strategic Management

  2. Agenda PRESENTATION OUTLINE • Introduction • Strategic Plan Overview • Vision, Mission & Core Values • Legislative Framework • Situational Analysis (Internal & External) • Linkage to other Govt Plans • Strategic Outcome Oriented Goals • 5 Budget Programmes • Annual Performance Plan 2014/2015 • Total Budget Allocation • Conclusion

  3. Introduction Objective of the presentation • To brief Minister of Department of Justice and Correctional Services on Strategic and Annual Performance Plans – 2014/2015 – 2016/2017 (MTEF)

  4. STRATEGIC OVERVIEW Strategic Intent • A desired service delivery standard • Calls for a stretch and leverage of resources to meet the articulated service delivery standards of DCS

  5. STRATEGIC OVERVIEW..cont

  6. FRAMEWORK, VISION & MISSION • Part A • Vision, Mission, Values. • Legislative Mandate • Situatioal Analysis • Outcome Oriented Goals • Part B • Strategic Performance Elelements • Resource Considerations • Risk Management DCS STRATEGY • Part C • Links to Other Plans • APP • Year 1 of the Strategic Plan VISION Providing the best Correctional Services for a safer South Africa Contributing to a just, peaceful and safer South Africa through effective and humane incarceration of inmates, rehabilitation and social reintegration of offenders MISSION

  7. CORE VALUES 1 7 Development Security 2 • Values do not drive the organization, they drive the people within the organization in turn people drive the organization. • Values must be internalized by the people in the organization to have meaning. 8 Ubuntu Integrity Justice 6 3 Accountability Effectiveness Equity 5 4 Values Plans and actions must be conceived and implemented within the context of the organization's core values

  8. CORE VALUES…CONT …core values of DCS Security Safety of employees, offenders and the community • Development • Enablement and empowerment • Faith in the potential of people • Providing opportunities and facilities for growth • Justice • Fair treatment • Justice for all • Fairness and equality before the law 1 • Integrity • Honesty • Disassociating yourself from all forms of corruption and unethical conduct • Sound business practices 7 Development Security 2 • Accountability • Desire to perform well • Accepting accountability for your behavior • Commitment 8 Ubuntu • Effectiveness • Productivity • The best work methods • Excellent services Integrity Justice 6 3 • Equity • Non-discrimination • Affirmative action • Gender equality • Integration of disability issues Ubuntu Serving with kindness and humanity Accountability Effectiveness Equity 5 4 Values Plans and actions must be conceived and implemented within the context of the organization's core values

  9. LEGISLATIVE FRAMEWORK Constitution, 1996 Sections, 9, 10, 12, 27-29, 31 and 35 Criminal Procedure Act (No. 51 of 1977) As amended Correctional Services Act (No.111 of 1998) As amended The White Paper on Corrections in South Africa (2005) Relevant Court Rulings Other legislation on next slide DCS Policies The White Paper on Remand Detention in South Africa (2014 Correctional Matters Amendment Act (No. 5 of 2011

  10. LEGISLATIVE FRAMEWORK Promotion of Administrative Justice Act 3 of 2000, amended Promotion of Access to Information Act 2 of 2000 Child Justice Act 75 of 2008 Basic Conditions of Employment Act Labour Relations Act Public Service Act

  11. SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS • Performance Environment • (Key issues in the delivery environment: External) • The performance environment of the Department of Correctional Services is rooted in moving towards the realization of the ideals of • Constitution of the Republic of South Africa (1996) • Correctional Services Act • the White Paper on Corrections in South Africa (2005), • the White Paper on Remand Detention in South Africa (2014) • DCS environment is shaped by the Criminal Justice System, size and nature of the inmate population, community corrections population and the state of the departmental infrastructure. • There are other activities of CJS departments that impacts directly on the service delivery environment such as arrest trends, management of investigation processes, case flow management and case backlogs and sentencing trends. • Information and Communication Technology (ICT) systems of the Criminal Justice System. Situational Analysis Covering the Following Areas: Performance, Organisational Environment and Strategic Planning Process

  12. SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS…CONT • Human Resources • attraction and retention of critical staff; • Implementation of collective agreements; Organisational Environment Finance and Procurement • IT • Business Architecture

  13. SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS…CONT • Description of The Strategic Planning Process • The 2014/15 Strategic and Annual Performance Plans produced through a series of executive management sessions in 2013, and early 2014, drawn from the previous strategies of DCS developed from the 12 Government Outcomes, the vision of the Minister of Correctional Services, the vision of the National Commissioner and the transformation strategy developed under their leadership. Several sessions with executive management of the department were held to identify key issues to be aligned to NDP Vision 2030. • DCS developed its Annual Performance Plan (APP) 2014/2015 based on the existing Strategic Plan 2013/2014 – 2017/2018. Annual Performance Plan covers one year, that is 2014/2015 and includes two additional years in order to ensure alignment with the Medium Term Expenditure Framework cycle (2015/16 and 2016/2017). DCS decided to keep and align its APP to existing Strategic Plan as there are no major changes. • Only DCS Annual Performance Plan was tabled and the Strategic Plan was not tabled due to reasons stated above. • The Draft Medium Term Strategic Framework (MTSF) 2014/2019 and National Development Plan (NDP) Vision 2030 has been instrumental in determining the desirable outputs that inform the key performance indicators developed for the financial year (2014/2015). Situational Analysis Covering the Following Areas: Performance, Organisational Environment and Strategic Planning Process

  14. LINKAGE TO OTHER GOVT PLANS Government Outcomes Flow Diagram 14 Gvt Outcomes Election Manifesto: Key Areas • Improve the quality of basic Education • Improve health and life expectancy • All people in South Africa are and feel safe • Decent employment through inclusive economic growth • A skilled and capable workforce to support economic growth • An efficient, competitive and economic infrastructure network • Vibrant, equitable and sustainable rural communities and food security • Sustainable huiman settlements and improved quality of household life • A responsive, accountable, effective and efficient loval government system • Protection and enhancement of environmental assests and natural resources • A better and safer South Africa and World • A Development-oriented public service and inclusive citienship • Social protection • Nation building and social cohesion • Creation of more jobs, decent work and sustainable livelihoods for inclusive growth • Human Settlements and Basic Services • Education & Training • Health • Rural Development, food security and land reform • Fight against crime and corruption Outcome 3 All People in South Africa Are and Feel Safe MTSF Sub-Outcomes JCPS focused (Outcome 3) • Chapter 12 • Strengthen the Criminal Justice system through a 7-point plan • Increasing rehabilitation of inmates and reducing recidivism • Build safety using an integrated approach and reducing overcrowding to promote safety • Increase community participation in safety • Chapter 14 • Resilient Anti Combating Crime • Strengthen accountability and responsibility of Public Servants • Create a transparent and accountable Public Service • Improve oversight over procurement procedures for increased accountability • Contribute towards reducing repeat offending or recidivism • a.Percentage of sentenced offenders subjected to • correctional programmes • b. Percentage of parolees without parole • violations • c. Percentage of probationers without violations • ii) An efficient and effective Criminal Justice System • iii) South Africa’s borders effectively defended, protected, secured and well-managed • iv) Secure cyber space • v) Domestic stability ensured • vi) Secure identity of all persons in South Africa

  15. OUTCOME & NDP ALIGNMENT

  16. OUTCOME & NDP ALIGNMENT…CONT

  17. STRATEGIC PLANNING PROCESS W S Crafting of DCS Strategy conducted within the context of DCS’s SWOT Analysis O T

  18. STRATEGIC OUTCOME ORIENTED GOALS The department is committed to the following three core functions: DCS DCS Society is protected by offenders being reintegrated into the community as law abiding citizens INDEPENDENCE DCS DCS Society is protected through incarcerated offenders being secure and rehabilitated INDEPENDENCE DCS DCS Effective Justice System through the effective management of remand processes

  19. BUDGET PROGRAMMES PROGRAMME 2 PROGRAMME 3 PROGRAMME 1 Administration Ministry; Management; Finance; Internal Audit; Corporate Services; Office Administration; and Residential Accommodation Rehabilitation Correctional Programme; Offender Development; and Psychological, Social and Spiritual Services Incarceration Security Operations; Offender Management; Remand Detention; and Facilities Social Reintegration Parole Administration; Supervision; Community Reintegration; Office Accommodation; and Community Corrections Care Nutritional Services; Health Services; and Hygienic Services PROGRAMME 5 PROGRAMME 4

  20. BUDGET PROGRAMMES.CONT The programmecoordinates the overall strategic and budget planning direction to the department and their related activities; provides information technology services, and human resources services. Building organisational capacity for enhanced service delivery Effective management of business processes to promote good governance and ethical administration Provide a secured ICT infrastructure and business systems Professionalising for effective human resource management and development In order for the department to operate on the basis of its approved structure, DCS is closing vacancy rate standing at 5.4% at the end of 2013/14. A number of administrative systems on Information management, planning and monitoring and reporting were implemented. The department is the chair of ACSA and ACSA secretariat was established Provide leadership, strategic management and administrative support to the department. Outcome 4: A skilled and capable workforce to support an inclusive growth path. PROGRAMME 1 Justification Baseline Strategic Objectives Purpose Links Administration Ministry Finance Internal Audit Management Corporate Services Office Administration Residential Accommodation

  21. BUDGET PROGRAMMES The department provides services on compiling correctional sentence plans and applies necessary measures in order to reduce the average length of time in remand detention facilities. Effective management of remand detention processes to promote enable participation in court processes. Remand detainees and offenders are held in secure, safe and humane conditions Effective case management process The department currently has 243 correctional facilities. The population of Correctional centres facilities is standing at 157 170. Percentage of assaults is currently standing at 4.67 per cent. Unnatural death and escapes are both standing at less than a per cent. Provide appropriate services and well maintained physical infrastructure for safe and secure conditions of detention consistent with human dignity of inmates, personnel and the public. Outcome 3:All people in South Africa are and feel safe PROGRAMME 2 Justification Strategic Objectives Baseline Links Purpose Incarceration Security Operations Offender Management Remand Detention Facilities

  22. BUDGET PROGRAMMES Outcome 3:All people in South Africa are and feel safe Outcome 1: Improve the quality of basic education Outcome 5: Skilled and capable workforce to support an inclusive growth path NDP Chapters 3, 9 and 12 Effective incarceration and rehabilitation to protect society Offender behaviour is targeted through access to correctional programmes and psychological, social and spiritual services Offenders human and personal development is improved through literacy, education and skills competency programmes Reduced re-offending to contribute to a safer South Africa Provide inmates with needs-based programmes and interventions to facilitate their rehabilitation and enable their social reintegration This programme is geared towards preparing inmates/offenders for their eventual release. Providing educational and skills development programmes as well as psychological, social and spiritual care services help inmates/offenders improve their reentry into communities. 64% (61049/95198) of offenders with correctional sentence plans are able to complete their correctional programmes per year. The department offers AET, FET and skills development programmes Baseline for offenders who need psychological services (actual 16.6% - 21120/126936) 79.9% (152406/190616) of offenders needing social work services are receiving the service. PROGRAMME 3 Baseline Strategic Objectives Links Justification Purpose Rehabilitation Correctional Programmes Offender Development Psychological, Social Work and Spiritual Services

  23. DCS STRATEGIC INTENT …strategic outcome oriented goals Outcome 2:A long and healthy life for all South Africans Outcome 3: All people in South Africa are and feel safe. NDP Chapter 10: Promoting health It is an obligation that inmates in correctional and remand detention facilities receive nutritional and health services for effective operation. The department provides HIV/AIDS, TB and other health services to inmates/offenders in order to maintain good health status. Inmates are provided with appropriate nutritional services Inmates are provided with appropriate access to health services Inmates are provided with Hygiene services is provided Abaseline survey on the status of nutritional service for continuous improvement on the provision of nutritional services is conducted. 68.7% inmates tested for HIV and 95% of offenders who qualify are on ARV and 75% TB Cure Rate. Provide needs-based care services to maintain the well-being of all inmates in the Department’s custody PROGRAMME 4 Justification Strategic Objectives Baseline Links Purpose Care Nutritional Services Health Services Hygienic Services

  24. DCS STRATEGIC INTENT …strategic outcome oriented goals Provide services focused on offenders’ preparation for release, effective supervision of offenders placed under the system of community corrections and facilitation of social reintegration into their communities Social reintegration is critical and necessary for supervision of probationers, facilitation of inmate/offenders towards successful reintegration into the community. Probationers and parolees are rehabilitated; monitored and accepted as law abiding citizens by the communities Offenders are provided with access to restorative justice processes Effective management and functioning of the Parole Boards The department is currently working on improving victim involvement programmes; ensuring effective functioning of CMCs and submission of profiles to CSPBs; implementing electronic monitoring system, and has launched halfway house system for successful reintegration of parolees and probationers. Outcome 3:All people in South Africa are and feel safe NDP Chapter 12: Building safer communities PROGRAMME 5 Justification Strategic Objectives Baseline Purpose Links Social Reintegration Parole Administration Supervision Community Reintegration Office Accommodation Community Corrections

  25. LINKS TO OTHER DCS PLANS Master Information Systems Plan Procurement Plan Strategic Plan National Building Plan Service Delivery Improvement Plan Work Place Skills Plan HR Strategic Plan Spending Plan Strategic Risk Register Annual Performance Plan

  26. DCS 2013- 2018 STRATEGY AND APP PROGRAMME Performance Information 2014/15 Annual Performance Plan

  27. DCS 2014- 2019 STRATEGY AND APP PROGRAMME Performance Information 2014/15 Annual Performance Plan Programme 1: ADMINISTRATION Presented by CDC Human Resource Mr Teboho Mokoena

  28. Programme 1: ADMINISTRATION Sub-Programme: Management

  29. Programme 1: ADMINISTRATION Sub-Programme: Management

  30. Programme 1: ADMINISTRATION Sub-Programme: Management

  31. Programme 1: ADMINISTRATION Sub-Programme: Management

  32. Programme 1: ADMINISTRATION Sub-Programme: Finance

  33. Programme 1: ADMINISTRATION Sub-Programme: Finance

  34. Programme 1: ADMINISTRATION Sub-Programme: Finance

  35. Programme 1: ADMINISTRATION Sub-Programme: Corporate Services

  36. Programme 1: ADMINISTRATION Sub-Programme: Corporate Services

  37. Programme 1: ADMINISTRATION Sub-Programme: Corporate Services

  38. DCS 2014- 2019 STRATEGY AND APP PROGRAMME Performance Information 2014/15 Annual Performance Plan Programme 2: INCARCERATION: Presented by CDC Remand Detention Ms Britta Rotmann

  39. Programme 2: INCARCERATION Sub-Programme: Security Operations

  40. Programme 2: INCARCERATION Sub-Programme: Security Operations

  41. Programme 2: INCARCERATION Sub-Programme: Security Operations

  42. Programme 2: INCARCERATION Sub-Programme: Facilities

  43. Programme 2: INCARCERATION Sub-Programme: Facilities

  44. Programme 2: INCARCERATION Sub-Programme: Facilities

  45. Programme 2: INCARCERATION Sub-Programme: Remand Detention

  46. Programme 2: INCARCERATION Sub-Programme: Remand Detention

  47. Programme 2: INCARCERATION Sub-Programme: Remand Detention

  48. Programme 2: INCARCERATION Sub-Programme: Offender Management

  49. Programme 2: INCARCERATION Sub-Programme: Offender Management

  50. Programme 2: INCARCERATION Sub-Programme: Offender Management