An Overview of the Implementation of the SAPS Policy & Five Year (2000 -2005) Strategic Plan On HIV & AIDS: The Case of the Johannesburg Policing Area

An Overview of the Implementation of the SAPS Policy & Five Year (2000 -2005) Strategic Plan On HIV & AIDS: The Case of the Johannesburg Policing Area

The Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation (CSVR) embarked on a  two-year project to understand the impact of HIV/AIDS in Johannesburg Policing Area in the Johannesburg Policing area in 2005 that has resulted in this report. The primary aim of the research was to explore in what ways, if at all, police work in this area had been affected by AIDS and to describe and analyze SAPS policy and strategy in responding to the challenge.

 

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Themba Masuku
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Themba Masuku is the CSVR research programme manager. He holds a Master of Laws - LLM Constitutional and Human Rights law from the University of South Africa and Masters of Social Science Sociology from the University of KwaZulu-Natal.

 

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