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Title: Presentation to the Portfolio Committee on Safety and Security


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Presentation to the Portfolio Committee on Safety
and Security
  • Annual Report and Financial Statements 2006/07
  • Department of Safety and Security
  • 31 October 2007

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Introduction
  • Sections 40 and 65 of the PFMA
  • Year-end closure 31 March 2007
  • Subsequent compilation of Annual Report (06/07)
    on performance of Department (Previous ENE and
    strategic plan are reported on backward
    looking)
  • Annual Report consists of general information,
    programme performance, report of audit committee,
    annual financial statements and human resource
    management information
  • Tabled by Minister before 30 September 2007
    (Interim time frames / deadlines for critical
    actions)

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Service delivery achievements
  • Measurable objectives developed for each
    programme
  • Performance indicators developed and indicated
    together with performance targets
  • Actual performance in achieving output targets
    (including Programme 1), are the following

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PROGRAMME 1 ADMINISTRATION Actual performance
against targets
PRIORITIES OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES / SERVICE DELIVERY INDICATORS ACTUAL PERFORMANCE AGAINST TARGET ACTUAL PERFORMANCE AGAINST TARGET
PRIORITIES OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES / SERVICE DELIVERY INDICATORS TARGET ACTUAL
Human Resource Management Human Resource Management Human Resource Management Human Resource Management
Determining human resources needs of the organisation by developing an annual Human Resources (HR) plan. An updated HR plan for each financial year. Developed / reviewed an annual HR plan by the end September for that financial year and maintained a minimum workforce of 90 in terms of the approved establishment. An HR plan has been developed and a minimum workforce of 90 has been maintained.
Determining human resources needs of the organisation by developing an annual Human Resources (HR) plan. An updated HR plan for each financial year. Maintained Employment Equity ratios of 75/25. Race 82 (African, Coloured Indian). 18 (White). Gender 71 (Males). 29 Females).
Optimising personnel utilisation by entrenching and aligning performance management system. Percentage of employees using the performance management systems. 92 of employees utilised the performance management systems. The percentage compliance to the Performance Process (PEP) performance management system for salary levels 1 - 12 and the senior management performance system (salary levels 13 and above) are 95.6 and 98.5 respectively.
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PRIORITIES OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES / SERVICE DELIVERY INDICATORS ACTUAL PERFORMANCE AGAINST TARGET ACTUAL PERFORMANCE AGAINST TARGET
PRIORITIES OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES / SERVICE DELIVERY INDICATORS TARGET ACTUAL
Number of organisational performance indicators linked to individual employee output. Linked all Performance Chart organisational performance indicators to that of relevant individual performance agreements and performance plans. Performance Chart indicators relating to Crime Prevention, Community Service Centre and Detective Service functions were included in the relevant SMS performance agreements and PEP performance plans, as well as indicators relating to - the utilisation of employees leave and absenteeism the use of vehicles service terminations vehicle damage and accidents.
Developing Human Resources. Percentage of training provided in terms of the Training Provisioning Plan (TPP). 85 of Operational Training provided for the TPP. A target of 90 was achieved.
Developing Human Resources. Percentage of training provided in terms of the Training Provisioning Plan (TPP). 70 of Support Training provided for in the TPP. A target of 99 was achieved.
Developing Human Resources. Percentage of training provided in terms of the Training Provisioning Plan (TPP). 90 of Management and Leadership Development Training provided for in the TPP. A target of 99 was achieved.
Developing Human Resources. Percentage of training provided in terms of the Training Provisioning Plan (TPP). 95 of Entry-level Training provided for in the TPP. A target of 99 was achieved.
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PRIORITIES OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES / SERVICE DELIVERY INDICATORS ACTUAL PERFORMANCE AGAINST TARGET ACTUAL PERFORMANCE AGAINST TARGET
PRIORITIES OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES / SERVICE DELIVERY INDICATORS TARGET ACTUAL
Institutionalising a professional service ethos. Numbers of reported disciplinary cases finalised within a specified period. Finalised 70 of reported disciplinary cases within 60 calendar days. Old Instruction (Regulation, 1996) Finalised 94.7 of outstanding cases in terms of the old instructions Finalised 304 Outstanding 17 New Instructions (Regulations 2005 2006) Outstanding on 1 April 2007 887 Additional new cases 2 964 Finalised cases 2 845 Outstanding at the end of March 2007 1 010 Comments Certain cases stood over on request of the Director of Public Prosecutions until criminal cases had been concluded. Certain cases could not be concluded as witnesses were placed in witness protection programmes or were not available.
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PRIORITIES OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES / SERVICE DELIVERY INDICATORS ACTUAL PERFORMANCE AGAINST TARGET ACTUAL PERFORMANCE AGAINST TARGET
PRIORITIES OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES / SERVICE DELIVERY INDICATORS TARGET ACTUAL
Rendering an effective legal advisory and support service. Ratio of rectification application versus the total number of litigation incidences. Decreased by 5 the ratio of number of rectification applications versus the total number of litigation incidences. Measurement of rectification applications versus total number of litigation incidences has commenced during the 2006/2007 financial year. Therefore, the achievement of the target can only be determined during the 2007/2008 financial year using benchmarks set in 2006/2007.
Rendering an effective legal advisory and support service. Ratio of successful civil claims versus personnel strength of the Service. Decreased by 5 the ratio of number of civil claims versus personnel strength of the Service. Successful civil claims instituted by claimants 1 037. Total number of claims instituted 4 152. Establishment over-reported period On average 159 000. Ratio of claims versus establishment On average 1152. Measurement of civil claims versus personnel strength has commenced during the 2006/2007 financial year. Therefore, the achievement of the target can only be determined during the 2007/2008 financial year.
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PRIORITIES OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES / SERVICE DELIVERY INDICATORS ACTUAL PERFORMANCE AGAINST TARGET ACTUAL PERFORMANCE AGAINST TARGET
PRIORITIES OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES / SERVICE DELIVERY INDICATORS TARGET ACTUAL
Budget and Resource Management Budget and Resource Management Budget and Resource Management Budget and Resource Management
Optimising the balance between personnel and operational expenditure. Personnel and resource expenditure versus operational expenditure. Maintain expenditure ratio at 75 / 25 for personnel / operational expenditure. An expenditure ratio of 70 / 30 was achieved, enhancing operational expenditure.
Optimising the application of physical resources. Extent of implementation of capital investment, assets management and maintenance plan. Percentage of implementation by 2007 - 03-31. The Asset Register is in place and all phases as stated in the previous Annual Report have been completed. The discrepancies within the Assets Register have been identified and corrective action to address these discrepancies is being undertaken.
Improve Basic Service Delivery Improve Basic Service Delivery Improve Basic Service Delivery Improve Basic Service Delivery
Developing and implementing a Service Delivery Improvement Programme (SDIP) at all levels. Extent of the implementation of the SDIP. Established 169 high-contact crime station in 2006/2007. Service Delivery charters and the setting of service standards were developed and incorporated into operational plans.
Developing and implementing a Service Delivery Improvement Programme (SDIP) at all levels. Customer Satisfaction Survey. Completed in 2007/2008. A survey of service delivery was conducted among the top 100 contact crime stations in November / December 2006.
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Programme 1 Administration
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PROGRAMME 2 VISIBLE POLICING Actual performance
against targets
OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES / SERVICE DELIVERY INDICATORS ACTUAL PERFORMANCE AGAINST TARGET ACTUAL PERFORMANCE AGAINST TARGET
OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES / SERVICE DELIVERY INDICATORS TARGET ACTUAL
Number of high-contact crime stations where crime prevention initiatives will be established (proactive partnerships.) Initiatives established at 169 high-contact crime stations. Reviving of CPFs, implementation of reservists, Big Business Working Group and social crime prevention.
Number of high-contact crime stations where preventive actions will be taken. Actions undertaken at 169 high-contact crime stations. roadblocks, cordon and searches and other actions led to 1 227 751 arrests, 43 of total arrests in 169 stations.
Percentage of firearms recovered relative to firearms stolen. 1 85 recovered. 89 firearms recovered.
Percentage of vehicles recovered relative to vehicle stolen. 2 46 recovered. 44 vehicles recovered.
Value and quantity of drugs seized. 3 Maintain or increase. 213 114 kg cannabis to the value of R277 049 366. 129 665 kg methaqualome. 1 238 351 kg cocaine. 7 736 heroin. Decrease in cannabis and increase in drugs.
Number of high-contact crime stations where sector policing takes place. Sector policing established at 169 high-contact crime stations. 76 fully implemented.
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OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES / SERVICE DELIVERY INDICATORS ACTUAL PERFORMANCE AGAINST TARGET ACTUAL PERFORMANCE AGAINST TARGET
OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES / SERVICE DELIVERY INDICATORS TARGET ACTUAL
Rate of reduction of contact crimes. Contact crimes reduced by 7 a year. Murder 3.5 Rape -4.2 Attempted murder -2.0 Assault GBH -3.9 Common assault -7.7 Indecent assault -4.5 Robbery with aggravating circumstances 5.7 Common robbery -4.8
Number of illegal firearms recovered at borderlines. 4 Maintain or increase. 83 illegal firearms and 804 rounds of ammunition recovered.
Number of stolen vehicles recovered at borderlines. 5 Maintain or increase. 208 vehicles recovered.
Value and quantity of drugs seized at borderlines. 6 Maintain or increase. Cat, Crack, Mandrax, Ecstacy 178 tablets. Cocaine 0,117 g. Cannabis 30 046 kg. Value R39 106 816.
Value of illegal goods recovered at borderlines. 7 Maintain or increase. R6 356 103
Number of arrests at borderlines for illegal firearms, stolen vehicles, drugs, illegal goods and human smuggling and trafficking. Maintain or increase. 19 235 arrests.
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OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES / SERVICE DELIVERY INDICATORS ACTUAL PERFORMANCE AGAINST TARGET ACTUAL PERFORMANCE AGAINST TARGET
OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES / SERVICE DELIVERY INDICATORS TARGET ACTUAL
Number of actions for violent, public and collective incidents. 8 Maintain or increase 9 423 arrests for crowd-related incidents.
Number of high-risk operations. 9 Maintain or increase 76 operations which led to the arrest of 241 persons and the recovery of 119 firearms.
1 - 3 These indicators will be dealt with,
together with the indicator "Preventative
Actions". 4 - 7 These indicators cannot be
measured as a proportion of the total incidence
of the crime because, for example, the number of
illegal goods that move both in and out of the
country illegally cannot be determined. The
measurement of illegal activities at borderlines
commenced during this financial year.
Therefore, increases or decrease can only be
determined during the 2007/2008 financial
year. 8-9 The number of actions indicated to
combat violent, public and collective incidents,
as well as high-risk operations, cannot be
determined beforehand. Measurement of actions
for violent, public and collective incidents and
high- risk operations commenced during this
financial year. Therefore, it will only be
possible to determine increases or decreases
during the 2007/2008 financial year.

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PROGRAMME 3 DETECTIVE SERVICES Actual
performance against targets
OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES / SERVICE DELIVERY INDICATORS ACTUAL PERFORMANCE AGAINST TARGET ACTUAL PERFORMANCE AGAINST TARGET
OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES / SERVICE DELIVERY INDICATORS TARGET ACTUAL
Percentage of charges (cases) to court. 21 to court. 31.97 achieved.
Priority crimes detection rate (proportion of cases concluded within the policing environment). 33 detected. 42.39 achieved.
Percentage of organised crime-related charges to court. 20 to court. 37.5 achieved.
Detection rate of commercial crime. 34 detected. 38.8 achieved.
Percentage of commercial crime charges to court. 22 to court. 24.8 achieved.
Detection rate of sexual offences and assaults against children (under 18 years) 40 detected. 62.4 achieved.
Percentage of charges (cases) to court for sexual offences and assaults against children. 30 to court. 45.1 achieved
Detection rate of sexual offences and assaults against women (18 years and above). 42 detected. 60.7 achieved.
Percentage of charges (cases) to court for sexual offences and assaults against women. 40 to court. 44.8 achieved.
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PROGRAMME 3 DETECTIVE SERVICES Actual
performance against targets
SUB PROGRAMMES OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES / SERVICE DELIVERY INDICATORS ACTUAL PERFORMANCE AGAINST TARGET ACTUAL PERFORMANCE AGAINST TARGET
SUB PROGRAMMES OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES / SERVICE DELIVERY INDICATORS TARGET ACTUAL
Criminal Record Centre Time taken to generate reports of offenders' previous convictions. Within 30 days. 86.4 achieved.
Forensic Science Laboratory Percentage of exhibits analysed within 35 days. 92 analysed. 92 achieved.
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PROGRAMME 4 CRIME INTELLIGENCE Actual
performance against targets
SUB PROGRAMMES OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES / SERVICE DELIVERY INDICATORS ACTUAL PERFORMANCE AGAINST TARGET ACTUAL PERFORMANCE AGAINST TARGET
SUB PROGRAMMES OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES / SERVICE DELIVERY INDICATORS TARGET ACTUAL
Crime Intelligence Operations. Number of operations conducted to neutralise crime threats. Maintain or increase. Increased from 12 534 in 2005/2006 to 28 815 operations in 2006/2007.
Intelligence and Information Management. Number of intelligence and information products. Maintain or increase. Increased from 54 314 in 2005/2006 to 105 238 reports in 2006/2007.
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PROGRAMME 5 PROTECTION SECURITY
SERVICES Actual performance against targets
OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES / SERVICE DELIVERY INDICATORS ACTUAL PERFORMANCE AGAINST TARGET ACTUAL PERFORMANCE AGAINST TARGET
OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES / SERVICE DELIVERY INDICATORS TARGET ACTUAL
Percentage of security breaches as percentage of protection provided. 0 breaches. 0 security breaches.
Percentage of security breaches as percentage of protection provided. 0 breaches. Although no actual security breaches took place, 24 attempted security breaches were recorded.
Safe delivery rate of valuable cargo and high-profile, psychiatric or dangerous prisoners. 100 delivery. 100 safe delivery.
Extent of illegal firearms recovered at ports of entry and exit. Implementation progress at Beit Bridge Border Post, Johannesburg International Airport and Durban Harbour. 156 members at Beit Bridge, 1 121 at JIA and 1 004 at Durban Harbour.
Number of illegal firearms recovered at ports of entry and exit. Maintain or increase. Decreased from 252 in 2005/2006 to 121 firearms recovered in 2006/2007.
Number of stolen vehicles recovered at ports of entry and exit. Maintain or increase. Decreased from 1 520 in 2005/2006 to 1 045 vehicles recovered in 2006/2007.
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OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES / SERVICE DELIVERY INDICATORS ACTUAL PERFORMANCE AGAINST TARGET ACTUAL PERFORMANCE AGAINST TARGET
OUTPUT PERFORMANCE MEASURES / SERVICE DELIVERY INDICATORS TARGET ACTUAL
Value and quantity of drugs seized at ports of entry and exit. Maintain or increase. Cocaine 1 701 kg, Crack Cocaine 23 kg, Dagga 106 927 kg, Tik 2063 kg Increased in value from R37 921 326 in 2005/2006 to R329 790 967 in 2006/2007.
Value of illegal goods recovered at ports of entry and exit. Maintained or increase. Decreased from R277 435 327 in 2005/2006 to R192 391 930 in value of goods seized in 2006/2007.
Number of arrests at ports of entry and exit. Maintain or increase. Increased from 24 543 in 2005/2006 to 30 410 arrests in 2006/2007.
Extent of the roll-out of projects. Roll-out in Gauteng (Tshwane, Witwatersrand), KwaZulu-Natal and on the National Train Unit (Tshwane). Contact points completed at Cape Town Station, High Command, Retreat, and Johannesburg provincial command.
Priority crime rate in the railway environment. To be benchmarked in 2006/2007. 8 938 priority crimes recorded, of which 6 853 occurred in the railway environment.
Number of arrests in the railway environment. To be benchmarked in 2006/2007. 28 613 arrests.
Number of key points and public entities identified and appraised. 133 key points and 265 public entities identified. 145 key points identified.
Compliance with identified physical security standards of the government sector. To be benchmarked in 2006/2007. 250 projects registered and evaluated.
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Voted Funds and Departmental payments
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Programmes Actual 2005/06 R000 Total voted 2006/07 R000 Virement R000 Actual 2006/07 R000 Variance as a Virement
1. Administration 8 820 760 10 522 060 108 302 10 630 361 1,03
2. Visible Policing 12 715 392 14 389 949 (368 363) 14 021 586 (2,56)
3. Detective Services 4 926 981 5 279 606 153 317 5 432 923 2,90
4. Crime Intelligence 1 042 681 1 119 440 55 593 1 175 033 4,97
5. Protection and Security Services 974 689 1 210 176 51 151 1 261 327 4,23
TOTAL 28 480 503 32 521 231 - 32 521 230 -
All within 8 as provided for in PFMA All within 8 as provided for in PFMA All within 8 as provided for in PFMA All within 8 as provided for in PFMA All within 8 as provided for in PFMA All within 8 as provided for in PFMA
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Framework guiding Virement
  • Section 43 of the PFMA provides for
  • An Accounting Officer to authorize the shifting
    funds between programmes (main divisions) within
    a Vote
  • May not exceed 8 of the appropriated amount per
    programme (main division)
  • Treasury Regulations provide for the augmentation
    of capital expenditure and to shift savings in
    compensation expenditure to other expenditure
    categories

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Variances on Programmes
  • Increased expenditures as a result of discernable
    emphasis on
  • Training interventions resulted in additional
    funding being diverted to Programme 1
  • Upgrading and expansion of vehicle fleet in all
    programmes
  • Increased resourcing of Crime Intelligence
    function such as human resources, vehicles, radio
    communication etc. (Programme 4)
  • Projects in the Protection and Security Services
    environment (Programme 5)
  • Strengthening of capacity of detectives
  • Variance under Visible Policing mainly as a
    result of lower than anticipated cost-of-living
    salary increases, enlistments that took place
    later than planned etc.
  • Spending in accordance with legally adopted
    budget

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Income Statement (Financial performance for the
period)
  • Full utilization of voted funds (R32,521 billion)
    as only R1 000 remained
  • Revenue collected and deposited into the National
    Revenue Fund was R247,621 million
  • Local and foreign aid assistance received for the
    year was R71,427 million

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Spending policy direction 2006/07
  • President State of the Nation address
  • The Government will continue to focus on the
    critical challenge of further improving our
    criminal justice system - 3 February 2006
  • Minister of Finance again reiterated safety and
    security as a national priority
  • Improved access to justice, enhanced policing
    capacity and better quality of courts
    administration Medium Term Budget Policy
    Statement, 25 October 2005
  • Expanding and equipping the police service and
    improvements in courts administration and
    capacity of the Justice Department Budget
    Speech, 15 February 2006

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Spending policy direction 2006/07
  • These indications specifically enabled
  • Additional personnel
  • Capital infrastructure
  • Borderline control
  • Revised Reservist system

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Overview of capacity building
  • Main 2006/07 spending priorities accomplished
  • By 31 March 2003 131,560
  • By 31 March 2004 140,560
  • By 31 March 2005 148,060
  • By 31 March 2006 156,060
  • By 31 March 2007 163,060

Spending priority Progress
Improved remuneration Performance based dispensation introduced on 1 April 2005, pay progression on 1 July 2005, 1 July 2006 and introduced Broad Banding Salary Structure on 1 April 2006
Additional personnel Target 163 060 31 March 2007 163 416 achieved
Targets achieved
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Overview of capacity building
  • Main 2006/07 spending priorities accomplished

Spending priority Progress
Borderline control R77,719 million spent
Revised Reservist system R66,906 million spent
Vehicle fleet March 06 35 418 and March 07 37 617 vehicles Total amount spent R1,162 billion
IJS Projects R213 million allocated and spent
Bullet-proof vests Paid R163 million in 2006/07
Buildings and other infrastructure R510,5 million received and spent
Modernization of computer technology Mainframe upgraded and IT equipment renewed
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Overview of capacity building
  • Main 2006/07 spending priorities accomplished

Spending priority Progress
Establishment of the Division Protection and Security Services Pilot projects implemented and roll-out process commenced Land border Beitbridge Airports Johannesburg International Airport Harbors - Durban Harbor Rail Transport - Cape Town Train Station
Training Expenditure increased by 29 (R807 million)
Firearms R49 million spent on new firearms (in excess of 12 000 firearms)
Firearm Control Act implementation R172,5 million spent on system development and implementation
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Multi-year summary of capacity building up to
2006/07
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  • Spending priorities Funded
    Achieved

Compensation related payments ?
Establishment of the Division Protection and Security Services ?
Aircraft ?
Elections ?
Death Grants ?
Training ?
Reservists ?
New policing infrastructure, property leases, maintenance ?
IJS programmes ?
Modernization and expansion of vehicle fleet ?
IT / ICT Plan end user equipment ?
Firearm Control System ?
Borderline security ?
General equipment e.g bullet resistant vests, weapons etc. ?
Radio Communication System Gauteng ?
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