REFERENCES: (DPCI/SMS/HO/23/16) (1 post)
A degree or Diploma (minimum of NQF 6) or equivalent qualification in
Policing/Law/Criminology or other relevant fields of study;
A minimum of 3 years
experience on senior management service level within the operational field of
policing, Detective Service, law enforcement and or intelligence ;
An applicable post graduate qualification in the above relevant fields, as well as
relevant training and development in an Executive Development Programme and
Project Management may be an added advantage;
Applicable training and development in the Operational policing of Serious
Organised Crime, Serious Commercial Crime and Serious Corruption Investigations,
will be an advantage; Must have successfully completed applicable functional
learning programmes for the effective prevention, combating and investigation of
Have experience in working with multi-agency relations and inter-sectoral partners.
Have specific working knowledge of the Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation
(DPCI) mandate and functions (SA Police Service Act 68 of 1995), operational
application of common law and relevant legislation in particular the Prevention of
Organised Crime Act (Act 121vof 1998), the Prevention and Combating of Corrupt
Activities Act (Act 12 of 2004), and other offences mentioned in the Schedule
(Section 16 (2) (IA) of the SA Police Service Act (Act 68 of 1995);
Be fluent in at least 2 official languages, of which one must be English; *Have a
valid motor vehicle drivers licence and; *Be subjected to an integrity screening and
security clearance process and be cleared at a Top Secret level.
Accountable to the National Head: Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation,
Formulate, maintain, monitor and evaluate compliance of national policies,
including standards for the effective and efficient functioning of all Anti-
Corruption Investigation units on national and provincial level,
Manage, monitor and ensure the effective detection, combating and
investigations of corruption and fraud cases on national and provincial levels
within South African Police Service,
Take corrective action to develop and uplift identified individuals to the required
standards in the executing of their duties within the Anti-Corruption
Measure the performance of all Anti-Corruption Investigation Units at National
and Provincial levels,
Oversee conformation to- and apply standards for information security, as
prescribed by the Minimum Information Security Standards (MISS) and other
legislation relating to the protection of information,
Manage and analyse crime information pertaining to operations and
investigations and ensure that accurate management information is available
for planning purposes,
Collate performance and implementation of reports pertaining to investigations
and functions performed within the Anti-Corruption Investigation units,
Ensure that crime information pertaining to investigations are analysed and
utilised by the respective Unit Commanders within the Unit,
Manage performance monitoring and compliance intervention services to all
Anti-Corruption Investigation units attached to the DPCI at national and
Submit reports regarding the activities and operations of all Anti-Corruption
Investigation units attached to Detective Service to the Divisional
Commissioner: Detective Service for inclusion on the Annual Report of the
Ensure that all the personnel within Anti-Corruption Investigation units are
trained, including on the job training (In conjunction with the Division: Human
Resource and Development),
Manage the selection criteria for personnel appointed within Anti-Corruption
Manage and utilise all resources allocated to the immediate post environment in
accordance with relevant directives and legislation.
Application forms will be available from DPCI Head Office, Promat Building,
Silverton, Pretoria. Application forms will also be available at the Provincial Offices,
Human Resource Management.
Application forms may be hand delivered to the Directorate for Priority Crime
Investigation for attention: Section Head: Support Service: (between 07:30 and
16:00), or may be posted to:
The Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation
Section Head: Support Service
Private Bag x1500
The onus is on the candidate to obtain a reference number as proof of registration
of the application and to ensure that the application has been received at the office
of the Section Head: Support Service: Head Office.
Enquiries can be directed to Lieutenant Colonel Mokgadi/ Lt Modimola at telephone
number: 012-846 4314/4329/4338. PLEASE TAKE NOTE OF THE FOLLOWING
The closing date for applications is 28 February 2016.
Only the official application form 4/5/1 on which the closing date is 28 February
2016 for this advertisement is indicated will be accepted. All instructions on the
application form must be adhered to. Failure to do so may result in the rejection of
the application form must be adhered to. Each page, of the application form, must
be signed by the applicant.
The post particulars and number of the post must be correctly specified on the
A separate original application form and CV must be submitted for each post you
apply for. Copies will not be accepted.
The CV must contain full particulars of:
All boards on which an applicant serves;
current employment and other business interests
career promotions, appointments, career developments, career
Current studies and qualifications
An applicant must also attach to every application certified copies of
Motor Vehicle drivers license
All educational qualifications obtained
Academic results; and
Service certificates of previous employers stating the post occupied.
Applications must be received timeously. Late applications will not
Candidates will have to submit a set of fingerprints to the secretary of
the selection committee.
Successful candidates for appointment, will be vetted in terms of the Criminal Law
(Sexual Offences and Related Matters) Amendment Act, 2007 (Act No 32 of 2007)
and the Children’s Act, 2005 (Act No 38 of 2005). A candidate, whose particulars
appear in either the National Register for Sex Offenders or Part of the Child
Protection Register, will be disqualified from appointment to that post.
Appointments will be made in terms of the SAPS Act, 1995 (Act No 68 of 1995).
Correspondence will be conducted with successful candidates only.
Shortlisted candidate will be interviewed on the date and time specified by the
relevant selection committee, by means of Assessment Centre Procedure over a
period of two days. The successful candidate will have to conclude a contract of employment, enter into
a performance agreement and disclose all financial interests in terms of the South
African Police Service Employment Regulations, 2008, as amended.
An appointee will need to complete a QVA2 form, to which all academic
qualifications must be attached, for verification.
Through the filling of the above-mentioned posts, an applicant whose appointment
will promote representivity may receive preference.
The South African Police is under no obligation to fill a post after the advertisement
Although the post is advertised, the National Head may withdraw a post from the
advertisement, re-advertise the post or fill the post by transferring a person at the
same level where this is deemed to be in the interest of service delivery.
In accordance with SO (F) 41 (5) (k) & (I), expenses with regard to travel and
accommodation of candidates may be paid by the South African Police Service.
The appointment of the successful applicant will come into effect on the first day of
the month following the date on which the National Head approved.
The contents of this circular must be brought to the attention of all personnel.