What is a Law Enforcement?
Law enforcement is the activity of some members of government who act in an organized manner to enforce the law by discovering, deterring, rehabilitating, or punishing people who violate the rules and norms governing that society. The term encompasses police, courts, and corrections.
Where Can I Study Law Enforcement In South Africa
The Diploma in Law Enforcement in Law and Legal Studies is offered by Nelson Mandela University. Program Length: 3 YEARS. This qualification has been approved in terms of the new Higher Education Qualification Sub-Framework (HEQSF).
How long does it take to study Law Enforcement in South Africa?
The duration of the Learning Programme will be 24 months, of which 12 months will be at the Academy and 12 months in the workplace. It will consist of two phases at the academy and one phase in the workplace.
How do I become a South African Law Enforcement officer?
You must have at least a Senior Certificate or a SAQA accredited level 4 qualification. Documentary proof must be provided.
You must be able to speak, read and write at least 2 official languages of which English must be one. You must allow your fingerprints and a DNA sample to be taken.
How many months is police training in South Africa?
Act of Appointment: SAPS Act, 1995 (Act No 68 of 1995). Successful candidates will serve as Police Trainees on contract.
Selected applicants shall participate in a Basic Police Development Learning Programme (hereafter referred to as the PROGRAMME) for 21 (twenty-one) months.
How long does police certification last in South Africa?
South African Police Clearance Certificates are generally valid for 6 months, but it is the prerogative of the institution that requests the certificate to state the required age of the certificate. In general, police clearance certificates can be used for six (6) months from issuance.