Sssbc Agreement On Promotions

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Through these commitments and conclusions, we can create a favourable environment in which we will participate in research processes to gladly announce the feasibility of the Police and Prisons Union (POPCRU) to announce that it has signed a collective agreement on the restructuring of the South African Police Service (SAPS) under the 2020 SSSBC 1 Treaty on Monday 30 November 2020. This collective agreement serves as a milestone in the planned process of transforming the SAPS from a body that has an unnecessary and inflated structure to a body that will focus its role on its police mandate, where crime takes place. The parties to the agreement decided to restructure the SAPS for the period 2020/21 to 2023/24 and decided that the restructuring process would take place in a fair and impartial manner, based on various principles, including policy and planning, the service improvement plan, the cost-effective organizational structure, the clear separation of powers, the clear delegation of powers and the operational delegation of structures. Thirteen of these twenty-nine members were killed in the service. 77 were killed between 2019 and 2020. This certainly gives a terrifying picture of the killing of police officers in South Africa. In accordance with the proper procedure, Commissioner Bonang Mgwenya first suspended on 15 October 2020 and was the subject of a departmental investigation during this period. Its actions have further undermined efforts to build trust between communities and their relationships with law enforcement agencies in terms of accountability and transparency. The District Policing model will ideally focus on crime patterns and analysis, detection, while stations will remain independent. The National Commissioner dismisses the Deputy National Commissioner on serious corruption charges. Media requests: Brigadier Vishnu Naidoo – 082 567 4153 Spokesperson for the National Commissioner The Union thanks all negotiators for the hard work they have done in difficult and long-term negotiations, as well as all members for their continued patience during these long periods. We also call for the removal of all police officers from the administrative service, so that it becomes exclusively the role of public servants, while the rest is put on the street where crime takes place.

. As a union, we are particularly pleased that this case has finally reached this stage, not as an end in itself, but as a means of improving the work of the police. . The parties to the Council who signed Agreement 1 of 2020 on the restructuring of SAPS, as it has done before, and who, in September, verbally attacked the character of our men and women in blue because they fulfilled their obligations, to the extent that he even called their boots furious, this time he took his insults to another level, encouraging direct violence against SAPS members and their families. He clearly understood that his affairs would result in many deaths in the Community and turf wars that would continue to ravage parts of the Western Cape and destroy future aspects for the many young people who grow up in these gang environments. We remain committed to ensuring that members continue not to apply this DCS 7 directive on the 100% return to work. Gangsterism was one of the leading causes of relationship crime in our country, and of the 63 gang murders, 59 were in the Western Cape. This new SAPS structure will be reduced from four (4) Assistant National Commissioners to three (3) and thirteen (13) to ten (ten) divisions, which is consistent with the position POPCRU has maintained over the years.