Closing date: 10 April 2014
REF NO: Q9/2014/18
- A minimum of Grade 12 or a relevant diploma/degree in Law or Policing
- Knowledge of Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure and Law of Evidence
- A valid Code 08 driver’s license and the ability to drive a motor vehicle in that class
- Computer literacy
- The ability to work under pressure
- Competent in interviewing, report writing as well as verbal and written communication
- Competent and fit to handle a firearm or willing to undergo such a test
- Willingness to be on standby and perform overtime duties
- Analytical thinking, problem-solving and decision making skills
- Client orientation and customer focus
- receive, register and allocate cases
- Attend crime scenes and postmortems
- Collect, safeguard and process exhibits at the crime scene
- Conduct interviews 30 with suspects and witnesses and obtaining affidavits
- Advise the next of kin of victims and other relevant stakeholders regarding progress of investigations
- Manage stakeholders
- Conduct investigations of cases of alleged criminality and misconduct against members of the police, as stipulated in Section 28 of the IPID Act
- Conduct searches, seizures and collection of evidence, etcetera
- Compile investigation reports and memoranda with recommendations to the
- Director of Public Prosecutions and the SAPS for consideration to prosecute or
- take appropriate disciplinary action
- Draft and type investigation reports at the conclusion of each investigation
- Update electronically the status of each case on the database.
How to Apply
- Submit a detailed CV with contact details of three recent references including certified copies of qualifications, driver’s license and Identity Document.
- Post applications to the Independent Police Investigative Directorate, Private Bag X2017, Mafikeng, 2745, for attention to Ms L Maamogw or
- Deliver applications to, 1st Floor, Molopo Shopping Cnt, No.1 Station Road Mafikeng.
ENQUIRIES: Ms Kea Mothusi / Mr Tumelo Mathe at (021) 941 4800
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