Creating a New South African Police Service: Priorities in the Post-Election Period

Creating a New South African Police Service: Priorities in the Post-Election Period

This paper describes the major challenges faced by the new government in realizing the Constitutional vision of one accountable and transparent South African Police Service. The issues selected reflect concern with the transformation of the police organization, as the central institution in the broader enterprise of policing. They could be regarded as priority items on the agenda of elected politicians and police leaders responsible for the reform process.


Creating a New South African Police Service
Janine Rauch
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Janine Rauch, an independent consultant, is the former Director of a technical advisory facility designed to Strengthen the Uganda Government's Anti-Corruption Response (SUGAR). She obtained her MPhil Criminology from Cambridge University and Post Graduate Diploma Monitoring & Evaluation Methods Monitoring & Evaluation Methods from Stellenbosch University.

Nadia Levin
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Nadia Levin is a former CSVR researcher and at the time of writing CEO and Managing Director of Research Australia.

Melanie Lue
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Melanie Lue is a former CSVR research/ project coordinator for the policing and prisons programme. She holds a BA LLB from the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal.

Kindisa Ngubeni
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Kindisa Ngubeni is a former researcher and senior community facilitator at the Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation (CSVR).

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