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Department of Community Safety - Reports & Research: P

Government reports and research, listed alphabetically by title. These publications are also listed under the appropriate life events and categories in Your Life and Topics.
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(File type: pdf; size: 518.87 KB)Safety Information and Research (Department of Community Safety, Western Cape Government)
This preliminary review of the laws on the killing of children is the first phase of a four-phase process that includes a literature review (this publication), a workshop process to raise awareness and start developing prevention strategies, a docket analysis to guage the level of service delivery from SAPS, and finally, the development and operationalisation of a holistic prevention strategy.
218 2011 2020
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Patterns of violence significantly changed with the introduction of South Africa’s 2020 COVID-19 lockdown. By monitoring murder trends, carrying out interviews and conducting a survey of over 5 000 residents in Cape Town, the Western Cape Government and ISS researchers sought to identify lessons that could inform post-pandemic safety governance in South Africa’s most violent police areas.


About the authors

Andrew Faull is a Senior Researcher, Justice and Violence Prevention, at the Institute for Security Studies (ISS).

206 2021 2021
Department of Community Safety (Western Cape Government)

The Constitution of the Republic of South Africa provides for the National Minister to develop policing policies, taking into account the policing needs and priorities of the provinces as determined by the provincial executives. It is for this purpose that this report was prepared by the Department of Community Safety in order for policing plans to be developed, incorporating the needs and priorities of the Western Cape.

206 2017 2021
Department of Community Safety (Western Cape Government)
206 2011 2020
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206 2012 2020
Department of Community Safety (Western Cape Government)

 The Constitution of the Republic of South Africa provides for the National Minister to develop policing policies, taking into account the policing needs and priorities of the provinces as determined by the provincial executives. It is for this purpose that this report was prepared by the Department of Community Safety in order for policing plans to be developed, incorporating the needs and priorities of the Western Cape.

206 2020 2020
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206 2014 2021
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206 2015 2021
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206 2016 2021
Department of Community Safety (Western Cape Government)
206 2014 2021
Department of Community Safety (Western Cape Government)
206 2015 2021
Department of Community Safety (Western Cape Government)
206 2016 2021
Department of Community Safety (Western Cape Government)
206 2021 2021
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206 2020 2020
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206 2021 2021
Department of Community Safety (Western Cape Government)
206 2021 2021
Department of Community Safety (Western Cape Government)
206 2018 2021
Department of Community Safety (Western Cape Government)
206 2021 2021
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206 2021 2021
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215 2021 2021
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215 2021 2021