- 1 What does SAPS stand for in South Africa?
- 2 What are the values of SAPS?
- 3 What B stand for in SAPS?
- 4 What are the principles of SAPS?
- 5 What do you need to join the SAPS?
- 6 What are the objectives of the SAPS?
- 7 What is the importance of SAPS code of conduct?
- 8 How do I report a member of SAPS?
- 9 What is the full form of saps?
- 10 What does B in police cars stand for?
What does SAPS stand for in South Africa?
About Us | SAPS ( South African Police Service )
What are the values of SAPS?
As members of the South African Police Service we will perform our duties according to the following principles:
- Integrity. Application: Employees of the SAPS regard the truth as being of the utmost importance.
- Respect for diversity.
- Obedience of the law.
- Service excellence.
- Public approval.
What B stand for in SAPS?
The head office is in the Wachthuis Building in Pretoria. South African police cars have a complcomplex number plate as they all end with a letter ‘B’. Many do not know what this letter ‘B’ stands for and others usually say that the letter B stands for Police, but the word Police starts with letter P not B.
What are the principles of SAPS?
# protect everyone’s rights and to be impartial, respectful, open and accountable to the community; # use the powers given to us in a responsible way; # provide a responsible, effective and high-quality service with honesty and integrity; # evaluate our service continuously and make every effort to improve on it; #
What do you need to join the SAPS?
Be a South African citizen by birth. Be at least 25, but under 40 years of age, of which documentary proof must be furnished. Complete a health questionnaire, at his or her own cost, which is confirmed by a registered medical practitioner. Be medically, mentally and physically fit to perform duties.
What are the objectives of the SAPS?
The Mission of the SAPS is to – # prevent and combat anything that may threaten the safety and security of any community; # investigate all crimes that threaten the safety and security of any community; # ensure offenders are brought to justice; and # participate in efforts to address the root causes of crime.
What is the importance of SAPS code of conduct?
The Code of Conduct of the South African Police Service was introduced on 31 October 1997. The Code of Conduct is a written undertaking which each member of the South African Police Service is obliged to uphold, in order to bring about a safe and secure environment for all people of South Africa.
How do I report a member of SAPS?
If you know of any criminal activities or want to report a crime anonymously, you can contact Crime Stop – 08600 10111. You can contact the SAPS Service Complaints Centre to register a complaint on SAPS service delivery, call 0800 333 177 or fax to 012 393 5452 or email: Service Complaints.
What is the full form of saps?
SAP Application Performance Standard (SAPS) is a hardware-independent unit of measurement that describes the performance of a system configuration in the SAP environment. It is derived from the Sales and Distribution (SD) benchmark, where 100 SAPS is defined as 2,000 fully business processed order line items per hour.
What does B in police cars stand for?
B at the very end usually means Police. G is government.