51 ST IAWP 2013 CONFERENCE. Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (DPCI). INVESTIGATION OF SERIOUS CORRUPTION : A MULTI-DISCIPLINARY APPROACH. South African Police Service (SAPS). INTRODUCTION.
INVESTIGATION OF SERIOUS CORRUPTION :
A MULTI-DISCIPLINARY APPROACH
South African Police Service (SAPS)
8. Sustainable human settlements and improved quality of household life.
10. Environmental assets and natural resources that are well protected and continually enhanced.
11. Create a better South Africa and contribute to a better and safer Africa and World.
12. An efficient, effective and development oriented public service and an empowered, fair and inclusive citizenship.
Incorporated in National Priorities of the SAPS and Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (DPCI)
Justice, Crime Prevention and Security Cluster (JCPS)
Anti-Corruption Task Team
ACTT Operational Management
JCPS Anti-Corruption Working Group (ACWG)
- Serious Corruption
- Serious Organised Crime
- Serious Commercial Crime
- Chapter 2 and Section 34 of Act 12 of 2004
- Any other category of offences referred to the
Head by the NATCOM subject to policy guidelines
Mandate and Effective Service Delivery
Training & Awareness
Controls e.g. Policies & Procedures
Compatible/ Integrated Systems
Internal and External Audit
Whistle Blowing & Reporting Mechanisms
Referring to other Agencies
Shows the process flow between components and functions
Shows links to the functions within a component
Almost all of Organised crime and Economic crimes have the elements of corruption.
Serious Organised Crime and Serious Economic Crime definitely has corruption.
When you eliminate the opportunity for corrupt officials to thrive, you erase the opportunity for organised, economic and other crime to flourish.
The fight against crime and corruption is one of the key priorities for our government.
Whilst all can be done by the South African Police Service, it is a collective responsibility of all South Africans to strive for a safer South Africa.
We are encouraged that various provincial, national and international stakeholders have supported and continue to work with SAPS in a properly coordinated and integrated manner and engage at all levels in our planning and implementation.