2020-w1876 - 10 September 2020

Michael Waters to ask the Minister of Police

What (a) are the reasons that the Edenvale Police Station removed the cameras in the charge office and cells and (b) was the cost of installing the specified cameras? NW2324E

Reply from the Minister of Police on 10 Sep 2020

  1. The South African Police Service (SAPS) has no record of cameras that were installed or removed, at the Edenvale Police Station.
  2. Not applicable.

 

 

 

 

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2020-w1926 - 10 September 2020

Noko Phineas Masipa to ask the Minister of Police

With regard to the recent illegal land invasions seen in Khayelisha, Cape Town during the lockdown, what (a) total number of persons have since been arrested for convening an illegal gathering as per the Disaster Management Act, Act 57 of 2002, (b) total number of persons have been arrested and charged for destruction of property and (c) steps has he taken to ensure that there are no illegal gatherings and/or illegal invasion of state and privately owned land? NW2441E

Reply from the Minister of Police on 10 Sep 2020

  1. From 27 March 2020 to 21 August 2020, a total number of 466 persons have been arrested for convening an illegal gathering, as per the Disaster Management Act, 2002 (Act No. 57 of 2002).
  2. From 27 March 2020 to 21 August 2020, a total number of 299 persons have been arrested and charged for the destruction of property.
  3. Regular planning meetings, are held with ...
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2020-w1830 - 10 September 2020

Brian Sindile Madlingozi to ask the Minister of Police

Whether he has taken any steps against some government officials who violated lockdown regulations when they attended the funeral service of the late Mr A M Mlangeni; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details of the steps that have been taken?

Reply from the Minister of Police on 10 Sep 2020

A criminal case was opened at the Orlando Police Station, on 30 July 2020, CAS 298/07/2020, for Contravention of the Disaster Management Act 2020, regulating the number of attendees to a funeral. The case was investigated and presented to the Senior State Prosecutor at the Orlando Magistrates Court, who declined to prosecute and remarked as follows: “The alleged event was spontaneous. The ...

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2020-w1861 - 10 September 2020

Henry Andries Shembeni to ask the Minister of Police

What (a) did his review of the deployment of the SA National Defence Force members to help fight crime in Cape Town find and (b) lessons have the SA Police Service learnt from this experience about fighting crime? NW2267E

Reply from the Minister of Police on 10 Sep 2020

During Operation Lockdown, a multidisciplinary approach between the South African Police Service (SAPS) and the South African National Defence Force (SANDF), in a supportive role, to fight crime in identified hotspot policing precincts, within the Cape Town metropole, led to a significant reduction in contact crimes.

A multidisciplinary strategy, resulting in coordinated planning, optimal utilisation of resources, focused execution and joint review and assessment ...

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2020-w1893 - 10 September 2020

Delisile Blessing Ngwenya to ask the Minister of Police

Whether there are any plans to build more police stations in (a) Mohlakeng and (b) Toekomsrus townships in the Rand West City Local Municipality, Gauteng, seeing that there is a rapid increase in the population of the specified townships and an increase in the rate of crime?

Reply from the Minister of Police on 10 Sep 2020

  1. A work study investigation, with regard to the upgrading of the Mohlakeng Satellite Police Station, to a fully-fledged police station, has been completed and is pending a decision by the South African Police Service (SAPS) Gauteng Provincial Management. The establishment of a fully-fledged police station, in Mohlakeng, will entail the division of the current Randfontein policing area, to establish separate poiicing areas for the ...
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2020-w1808 - 10 September 2020

Patrick Sindane to ask the Minister of Police

What number of police stations(a) had to be closed since the first reported case of confirmed Covid-19 in the SA Police Service (SAPS), (b) have re-opened and (c) are yet to re-open;

Reply from the Minister of Police on 10 Sep 2020

(1)(a) As at 6 August 2020, a total of 1 069 police stations have had to close, since the first reported, confirmed COVID-19 case, in the South African Police Service (SAPS).

(1)(b) All 1 069 police stations are fully functional.

(1)(c) A total of 78 police stations were operating in temporary structures. (2)(a) A total number of 2 228 police ...

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2020-w1090 - 10 September 2020

Dianne Kohler Barnard to ask the Minister of Police

1. What(a) number of persons are currently employed in an (i) administrative and (ii) operational capacity in the Crime Intelligence Division of the SA Police Service (SAPS), (b) number of the specified persons have criminal records and (c) are the relevant details of the (i) offence(s) each person was convicted of and (ii) date on which each conviction was made; 2. why are the persons with criminal records employed in the SAPS Crime Intelligence Division?

Reply from the Minister of Police on 10 Sep 2020

(1)(a)(i) A total number of 1 578 persons are currently employed in an administrative capacity in the Division: Crime Intelligence, of the South African Police Service (SAPS).

(1)(a)(ii) A total number of 5 501 persons are currently employed in an operational capacity in the Division: Crime Intelligence, of the SAPS.

(1)(b)(c)(i)(ii) There is no provision in ...

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2020-w1680 - 27 August 2020

Cheryl Phillips to ask the Minister of Police

What are the full relevant details pertaining to CAS 08/04/2014 which emanates from a complaint that was laid by a certain person (name furnished) at the Swartruggens Police Station in terms of section (1)(i) and (j) of the National Water Act, Act 36 of 1998 on 8 April 2014;

Reply from the Minister of Police on 27 Aug 2020

Question Asked By:

Question Asked To:

Mrs C Phillips Minister of Police

Question:

1.On 08 April 2014, e complaint was laid by FW Kelder in terms of the National Water act 36 of 199B sec (1) (i) and (j). The case number being 08/04/20124


Once again it appears that no investigation has taken place and no arrests made.

Please can the ...

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2020-w1679 - 27 August 2020

Cheryl Phillips to ask the Minister of Police

What are the full relevant details pertaining to CAS 31/01/2014 which emanates from a complaint that was laid by a certain person (name furnished) at the Swartruggens Police Station regarding allegations of water theft at Polkadraai on 31 January 2014;

Reply from the Minister of Police on 27 Aug 2020

The complainant, in Swartruggens, CAS 31/01/2014, opened a case of theft of water against the Kgetleng Municipality and the Department of Water Affairs.

The investigation was finalised and the case docket was linked with three other cases, due to the similar nature of the complaints and were referred to the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), in Mahikeng, on 13 August 2015, for ...

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2020-w1699 - 27 August 2020

Jacques Warren William Julius to ask the Minister of Police

Whether there are any plans to re-open the Kocksoord Police Station in the Randwest Local Municipality to cater for the rural communities; if not, what (a) are the reasons for the police station not to be re-opened and (b) other plans are in place to ensure the safety of the rural communities affected by the closure of the specified police station; if so, on what date will the specified police station be re-opened?

Reply from the Minister of Police on 27 Aug 2020

The feasibility study, into the reopening of the Kocksoord Satellite Police Station was finalised with the recommendation that it be re-established, as a Satellite Police Station. The completed feasibility study is currently circulating, for recommendations and a decision.

The re-opening of the Kocksoord Satellite Police Station can only be effected after the approval thereof.

Rural Policing is conducted by the Randfontein Police Station. The ...

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