Community Policing

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The Provincial Commissioner will, subject to the directions of the Provincial Minister, be responsible for establishing community police forums at police stations in the province which will be broadly representative of the local community.
The aim of the project is to promote and facilitate community interest in Police supervision. Build partnership with community structures in order to achieve improved police accountability, community trust and increase safety in the Province. Training...
The aim of the project is to:Reduce gangsterism. Improve school safety. Increase the resilience factor of communities. Assist youth affected by crime.The strategic approach will be implemented through multi-agency partnerships at all levels of government...
This project will be supported by designing and developing:A Monitoring and Evaluation framework Tools Strategies Systems to monitorThese will assist with the evaluation and reporting on police performance and conduct. It will also supervise the...
The establishment of neighbourhood watches is very important with helping to reach the Western Cape's goal with regards to increasing safety in the Province. Neighbourhood watches are best placed to assist police and other law enforcement agencies to...
The aim of the project is to combine, organise and facilitate safety risk management in conjunction with PGWC departments. The project seeks to:Strengthen safety. Strengthen security systems. Strengthen processes within the departments. Encourage the...
The Department of Community Safety invites religious institutions (registered NPOs) to submit proposals for safety promotion programmes for youth living in high crime areas. The Department will support these activities at a rate of up to R50 per day for...
The aim of the project is to get insight into policing and to consider what contributes to the successes and failures of policing in the province. The following research studies will be conducted:Client and victim satisfaction in the Community Service...
Formal traffic law enforcement training will be provided to provincial and local authorities which will provide qualified and competent officers. After completing the traffic law enforcement training, participants will receive the following: