Basic Police Development Learning Programme (Gauteng) 2015

By on December 8, 2014
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Closing Date: 19 December 2014

The South African Police Service invites applications from all races and gender for enlistment in the Basic Police Development Learning Programme from young, energetic, intelligent, physically and mentally fit individuals, dedicated to serving their country by pursuing career in policing.

Basic Enlistment Requirements

Young South African men and women who apply to be appointed as a member in terms of the South African Police Service Act, 1995 (Act No 68 of 1995) must:

Apply on the form determined by the National Commissioner and affirm under oath or by way of solemn declaration that the particulars furnished in the application, are the truth and correct ♠ Be a South African citizen of which documentary proof must be furnished ♠ Be at least eighteen (18) and under thirty (30) years of age of which documentary proof must be furnished ♠ Be in a possession of a Grade 12 school certificate or National Certificate (Vocational) Safety in Society of which documentary proof must be furnished (2014 Matriculants are welcome to apply and before enlistment proof of successful completion of Grade 12 (Senior Certificate) must be submitted. As an interima arrangement, kindly submit proof of last school report ♠  Submit himself / herself to a physical medical examination as determined  by the National Commissioner and must be found to be physically and mentally fit for appointment in the post for which he / she applies ♠  Undergo a psychological assessment as determined by the National Commissioner and be found to comply with the profile of a police official  ♠  Be proficient in at least two (2) of the official languages, of which one (1) must be English ♠  Be prepared to take the oath of office ♠ Be prepared to undergo such training as determined by the National Commissioner ♠ Not have any tattoo marks of which will be visible when wearing a vest, shirt or shorts and not be irreconcilable with the objectives of the Service ♠  Have no previous criminal convictions, and / or pending criminal, civil, disciplinary cases and such person will allow his or her fingerprints to be taken and allow background checks to be made ♠ Not have been declared unfit to possess a firearm ♠  Be prepared to serve anywhere in the Republic ♠ Preference will be given to applicants who are in possession of at least a light vehicle driver’s licence.

Body Mass Index of less than 30 / waist circumference ≤ 102 cm (males) and ≤ 88 cm (females).

All applicants will be subjected to fitness, psychometric and medical evaluation and will be interviewed during the recruitment, selection and enlistment process. The SAPS will also verify the criminal record, qualifications, driver’s licence, citizenship and residential address of each applicant.

Applicants will be subjected to a vetting process which will include security screening and fingerprint verification.

Applicants who previously served in a Government Department and who were dismissed as a result of misconduct are excluded.

The SAPA will also publish the names of applicants in the newspaper for public comments.

Applicants will undergo a Final Selection Phase (“Grooming Phase”) at a venue and period as determined by the National Commissioner, to select the successful applicants.

In the view of the physical demands of the Basic Police Development Learning Programme, applicants with chronic diseases, physical impairments or any other health condition that may lead to interruptions of the training programme will be excluded from participation in the programme. Such applicants’ failure to disclose the conditions will result in their withdrawal from the programme on the determination thereof. In accordance with the SAPS Dress Order, applicants who have visible tattoos when wearing uniform will be excluded.

Basic Police Development learning Programme

Selected applicants will participate in a Basic Development Learning Programme (hereafter as the Programme) for a period of twenty four 24 months. The programme will consist of three phases:

Academy Phase: ten (10) months training a 3 designated SAPS Academy;
Field Police Development Phase: Twelve (12) months training a designated Field Police Development police station
Integrated Assessment Phase: Two (2) months assessment a designated SAF Academy

During the Academy Phase of the Programme, the service will provide free training gear, meals and accommodation to the police trainee. During the Field Police Development Phase of the programme, the police trainee responsible for his / her own meals accommodation. Trainees will also will also receive medical aid benefits for the duration of the 24-month Basic Training Learning Programme. Upon successful completion of the Basic Training Learning Programme trainees will be considered for permanent appointment a members of the SAPS.

Remuneration (on completion of the training period) will be on first notch of Band A (currently R132 840 pa). In addition to this,  appointees will receive the applicable service benefits.

Core Functions

Successful candidates e as functional police officials. As such, they will be deployed to carry out one of more of the following functions: Prevent, combat and investigate crime ♠ Maintain public order ♠ Protect and secure the inhabitants of the Republic and their property ♠ Uphold and enforce the law.

597 Entry Level Posts are available in the Basic Police Development Learning Programme at the following stations in Gauteng:
  • Midrand (26 Posts) – Ref: GP1/2014
  • Etwatwa (22 Posts) – Ref: GP2/2014
  • Putfontein (11 Posts) – Ref: GP3/2014
  • Actonville (6 Posts) – Ref: GP4/2014
  • Tsakane (2 Posts) – Ref: GP5/2014
  • Cullinan (10 Posts) – Ref: GP6/2014
  • Welbekend (4 Posts) – Ref: GP7/2014
  • Bronkhorstspruit (6 Posts) – Ref: GP8/2014
  • Boschkop (2 Posts) – Ref: GP9/2014
  • Khutsong (24 Posts) – Ref: GP10/2014
  • Fochville (12 Posts) – Ref: GP11/2014
  • Westonaria (4 Posts) – Ref: GP12/2014
  • Honeydew (8 Posts) – Ref: GP13/2014
  • Mondeo (22 Posts) – Ref: GP14/2014
  • Brixton (2 Posts) – Ref: GP15/2014
  • Edenpark (26 Posts) – Ref: GP16/2014
  • Katlehong (22 Posts) – Ref: GP17/2014
  • Muldersdrift (4 Posts) – Ref: GP18/2014
  • Silverton (66 Posts) – Ref: GP19/2014
  • Olievenhoutbosch (20 Posts) – Ref: GP20/2014
  • Pretoria West (14 Posts) – Ref: GP21/2014
  • Sharpeville (12 Posts) – Ref: GP22/2014
  • Duduza (18 Posts) – Ref: GP23/2014
  • Devon (7 Posts) – Ref: GP24/2014
  • Kwa-Thema (18 Posts) – Ref: GP25/2014
  • Ivory Park (54 Posts) – Ref: GP26/2014
  • Rabie Ridge (8 Posts) – Ref: GP27/2014
  • Olifantsfontein (2 Posts) – Ref: GP28/2014
  • Vaal Marina (15 Posts) – Ref: GP29/2014
  • Mayerton (4 Posts) – Ref: GP30/2014
  • Protection and Security Services (Gauteng) – (35 Posts) – Ref: GP31/2014
Crime Intelligence Opportunities are available at the following stations:
  • Provincial Office (62 Posts) – Ref: GP32/2014
  • Alexandra – (1 Posts) – Ref: GP33/2014
  • Benoni (2 Posts) – Ref: GP34/2014
  • Brakpan (2 Posts) – Ref: GP35/2014
  • Bronkhorstspruit (2 Posts) – Ref: GP36/2014
  • Carletonville (1 Posts) – Ref: GP37/2014
  • Ga-Rankuwa (1 Posts) – Ref: GP38/2014
  • Germiston (2 Posts) – Ref: GP39/2014
  • Hillbrow (3 Posts) – Ref: GP40/2014
  • Johannesburg Central (3 Posts) – Ref: GP41/2014
  • Katlehong (2 Posts) – Ref: GP42/2014
  • Krugersdorp (2 Posts) – Ref: GP43/2014
  • Bronkhorstspruit (2 Posts) – Ref: GP44/2014
  • Mamelodi West (1 Posts) – Ref: GP45/2014
  • Moroka (2 Posts) – Ref: GP46/2014
  • Orlando (4 Posts) – Ref: GP47/2014
  • Sebokeng (2 Posts) – Ref: GP48/2014
  • Springs (2 Posts) – Ref: GP49/2014
  • Tembisa (1 Posts) – Ref: GP50/2014
  • Vereeniging (3 Posts) – Ref: GP51/2014
  • Head Office (10 Posts) – Ref: GP52/2014
How to apply

Complete an application form form in your own writing. These application forms can be obtained from your nearest SAPS Recruitment Office or HR Office at local Police Station as well as SAPS website. Applicants must take note of the fact that application forms and employment are not for sale and any payment offered by an applicant or promises provided in this regard will be investigated and may lead to criminal prosecution. Applicants may report such incidents to the National Anti-corruption Line at 0800 701 701. Specify the post which your are applying for. Make sure you have signed your application form in front of the commissioner of oath.

Attach certified copies of your: ID Document ♦ Driver’s licence ♦ Matric / Senior Certificate (Grade 12 or equivalent qualification) ♦ Additional qualifications ♦ Proof of residence.

Applicants who are subjected to the psychometric assessment and fit the profile will be requested, when undergoing the fitness assessment, to submit four (4) colour ID photographs, of which one (1) will be used for the application form, one (1)  for medical assessment, one (1) for fitness assessment, one (1) for the interview form and one (1) for medical assessment. You are advised to apply for the posts within your province, close to your place of residence. You are only allowed to apply for a maximum of three (3) posts. Additional applications will be rejected.

Application forms must be hand delivered to: The Provincial Recruitment Centre, 1st Floor, RoomFE170, Provincial Head Office, Gauteng, 16 Empire Road, Parktown, Johannesburg

Enquiries: PO Kana tel: (011) 547 9182 or PO Teffo tel: (011) 547 9188

Correspondence will be conducted with successful candidates only.

If you do not receive feedback from the SAPS within 3 months of the closing date, please regard your application as unsuccessful.

Via – Sundayworld Newspaper (7 December 2014)
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