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1 PRESENTATION OF THE AUTHORITY’S ANNUAL REPORT TO THE PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE ON SAFETY & SECURITY 4 th NOVEMBER 2005 Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority 1

2 A. INTRODUCTION Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority 2

3 3 (b)Management of the Authority 1.Mr Seth Mogapi – Director 2.Mr Ntusi Mbodla – Deputy Director: Legal Services 3.Mr Ryal Mahipath – Deputy Director: Finance & Administration 4.Ms Amanda Potgieter – Manager: Administration 5.Ms Thea Lensley – Accountant 6.Mr Mogodi Mosoane – Manager : Facilities Management (c)Regional Breakdown of StaffREGION NUMBER OF STAFF NATION INVESTIGATION TEAM – PRETORIA102 WESTERN CAPE11 KWAZULU-NATAL14 EASTERN CAPE8 MPUMULANGA1 LIMPOPO2 JOHANNESBURG15 TOTAL153

4 Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority 4 (d)Organization and Staff Compliment The Authority is divided into three divisions. The staff compliment for the period under review is 153. Staff Compliment Director1 Deputy Director: Legal Services1 Deputy Director: Finance & Administration1 Head of Division0 Executive Management – Personal Assistant1 Managers4 LEGAL SERVICES DIVISION Administration7 Prosecutors5 FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION DIVISION Administration32 Finance13 Information TechnologyOutsourced Facilities4 Human Resources1 Limpopo Satellite Office Administration2 Mpumulanga Satellite Office Administration1 Communication Administration0 Investigators Administration0

5 Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority 5 LAW ENFORCEMENT & TRAINING DIVISION Training Administration5 NIT – Pretoria Administration6 Inspectors20 Western Cape Branch Office Administration5 Inspectors5 Prosecutor1 Eastern Cape Branch Office Administration5 Manager/Inspector1 Inspector1 Prosecutor1 KwaZulu-Natal Branch Office Administration8 Inspectors5 Prosecutor1 Johannesburg Administration14 Inspector1 TOTAL153

6 B. OVERVIEW OF KEY ACTIVITIES Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority AND ACHIEVEMENTS 6

7 B. Overview of Key Activities and Achievements The following slides depict the key activities and achievements of the Authority during the period under review: (a)Law Enforcement & Training Division 1.Number of Inspections conducted per province 2.Type of Inspections conducted per province 3.Different categories of Security Service Providers Inspected per Province 4.Number of Inspections conducted at Small, Medium and Large Security Service Providers per Branch 5.Inspection performance of Provinces in relation to the Target Set 6.Number of Improper Conduct Investigation Dockets compiled per Branch 7.Increase in Regulatory Performance of the Law Enforcement Division 8.Number of Improper Conduct Dockets compiled at Small, Medium and Large Security Service Providers per Branch 9.Number of Improper Conduct Dockets pertaining to Minimum Wage contraventions per Branch 10.Number of Criminal Cases opened per Branch 11.Criminal Cases Finalized per Branch 12.Criminal Cases Pending per Branch 13.Firearm Application Enquiries 14.Charge Sheets and Summonses issued 15.Human Resources Component of the Law Enforcement & Training Division 7

8 Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority (b)Legal Services Division 1.Number of Improper Conduct Enquiries finalized per Branch 2.Statistics for the period 1 April 2004 – 31 March Tender Enquiry Statistics – 2004/2005 (c)Finance & Administration Division 1.Security Service Provider Registration Statistics (1997 – 2005) – Historical Comparison 2. Challenges presented by the Rapid Growth of the Private Security Industry Statistics as 31 March 2005 Registered Active Security Service Providers – Individuals per Province – March Registered Active Security Service Providers – Businesses per Province – March Total of Services rendered by Security Service Providers in different Categories 7. Listing of Top 20 Employers based on Number of Security Officers employed – March Balance Sheet as at 31 March Income & Expenditure Statement for the year ended 31 March

9 B(a)LAW ENFORCEMENT DIVISION Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority 9

10 REGION NUMBER OF INSPECTIONS Head Office (NIT) 3,677 ● Gauteng ● Mpumalanga ● Limpopo ● North West Province ● Free State/Northern Cape 2, Western Cape 921 Eastern Cape 290 KwaZulu-Natal1,139 TOTAL6,027 NUMBER OF INSPECTIONS CONDUCTED PER PROVINCE Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority 10

11 TYPE OF INSPECTIONS CONDUCTED PER PROVINCE Private Security Industry Regulatory AuthorityGautengMpumalangaLimpopoN/West Free State/ N/Cape Total Total number of Routine Regulatory Training Infrastructure Accreditation Inspections conducted 1, ,031 First time inspections Triggered inspections Infrastructure inspections

12 Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority WESTERN CAPE EASTERN CAPE KWAZULU- NATAL TOTAL Total number of Routine Regulatory Training Infrastructure Accreditation Inspections conducted ,233 First time inspections Triggered inspections Infrastructure inspections TYPE OF INSPECTIONS CONDUCTED PER PROVINCE (CONTINUE) 12

13 DIFFERENT CATEGORIES OF SECURITY SERVICE PROVIDERS INSPECTED PER PROVINCE NATIONAL INVESTIGATION TEAM GAUTENG MPUMA- LANGA LIMPOPO NORTH WEST PROVINCE FREE STATE & NORTHERN CAPE Total Number of Routine/Regulatory/Training/ Infrastructure/Accreditation Inspections conducted 1, Category or Class of Security Service Provider inspected  Commercial/Industrial/  Residential/Guarding or Patrolling 1,  Assets in transit  Close protection services  Reaction or Response services and monitoring signals from security equipment (control room)  Ensuring safety and order on premises (special events)  Car watch or related activities Providing advice on the protection of persons/ property (consultants/advisors) Installing, servicing or repairing security equipment Private investigators Providing security training or instruction as well as accreditation Providing services of a locksmith Making persons or their activities available for rendering of security service (labour brokers) In-House Manufacturing, importing, distributing or advertising of monitoring devices Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority 13

14 DIFFERENT CATEGORIES OF SECURITY SERVICE PROVIDERS INSPECTED PER PROVINCE (CONTINUE) WESTERN CAPE EASTERN CAPE KWAZULU NATAL Total Number of Routine/Regulatory/Training/ Infrastructure/Accreditation Inspections conducted Category or Class of Security Service Provider inspected  Commercial/Industrial/Residential/Guarding or Patrolling  Assets in transit  Close protection services  Reaction or Response services and monitoring signals from security equipment (control room)  Ensuring safety and order on premises (special events)  Car watch or related activities Providing advice on the protection of persons/ property (consultants/advisors) 104 Installing, servicing or repairing security equipment Private investigators1738 Providing security training or instruction as well as accreditation Providing services of a locksmith19129 Making persons or their activities available for rendering of security service (labour brokers) 005 In-House10412 Manufacturing, importing, distributing or advertising of monitoring devices 000 Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority 14

15 NUMBER OF INSPECTIONS CONDUCTED AT SMALL, MEDIUM AND LARGE SECURITY SERVICE PROVIDERS PER BRANCH REGION NUMBER OF INSPECTIONS Small Businesses Medium Businesses Large Businesses Infrastructure & Capacity Head Office (NIT) Western Cape Eastern Cape KwaZulu-Natal TOTAL1, Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority 15

16 INSPECTION PERFORMANCE OF PROVINCES IN RELATION TO THE TARGET SET REGIONTARGET NUMBER OF INSPECTIONS CONDUCTED PERFORMANCE NIT3,5693,677103% Gauteng2,2882,287100% Mpumulanga % Limpopo % North West Province % Free State & Northern Cape % Western Cape % Eastern Cape % KwaZulu-Natal1,0171,139112% Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority 16

17 NUMBER OF IMPROPER CONDUCT INVESTIGATION DOCKETS COMPILED PER BRANCH REGION NUMBER OF DOCKETS Head Office (NIT)1,003 Western Cape288 Eastern Cape112 Kwazulu Natal282 TOTAL1685 Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority 17

18 INCREASE IN REGULATORY PERFORMANCE OF THE LAW ENFORCEMENT DIVISION REGION NUMBER OF DOCKETS Head Office (NIT) Western Cape Eastern Cape KwaZulu-Natal TOTAL1,0051,0961,1621,2441,468 Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority 18

19 NUMBER OF IMPROPER CONDUCT DOCKETS COMPILED AT SMALL, MEDIUM AND LARGE SECURITY SERVICE PROVIDERS PER BRANCH REGION NUMBER OF DOCKETS Small Businesses Medium Businesses Large Businesses Head Office (NIT) Western Cape Eastern Cape3610 KwaZulu-Natal Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority 19

20 NUMBER OF IMPROPER CONDUCT DOCKETS PERTAINING TO MINIMUM WAGE CONTRAVENTIONS PER BRANCH REGION NUMBER OF DOCKETS Head Office (NIT)466 Western Cape17 Eastern Cape7 Kwazulu Natal75 TOTAL565 Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority 20

21 NUMBER OF CRIMINAL CASES OPENED PER BRANCH REGION CRIMINAL CASES OPENED Head Office (NIT)270 Western Cape65 Eastern Cape31 Kwazulu Natal48 TOTAL414 Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority 21

22 CRIMINAL CASES FINALIZED PER BRANCH REGION SUCCESSFULLY PROSECUTED UNSUCCESS- FULLY PROSECUTED TOTAL Head Office (NIT) Western Cape056 Eastern Cape KwaZulu-Natal24143 TOTAL Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority 22

23 CRIMINAL CASES PENDING PER BRANCH REGION CRIMINAL CASES OPENED Head Office (NIT)261 Western Cape46 Eastern Cape11 Kwazulu Natal56 TOTAL374 Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority 23

24 24 FIREARM APPLICATION ENQUIRIES

25 Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority 25 CHARGE SHEETS AND SUMMONSES ISSUED 1 April 2003 – 31 March 2004 vs 1 April 2004 – 31 March 2005

26 HUMAN RESOURCES COMPONENT OF THE LAW ENFORCEMENT DIVISION HEAD OFFICE (NIT) KWAZULU- NATAL EASTERN CAPE WESTERN CAPE HEAD: LAW ENFORCEMENT & TRAINING 1--- MANAGERS1-1- INSPECTORS20615 SUPPORT STAFF5111 Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority 26

27 B(b)LEGAL SERVICES DIVISION Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority 27

28 NUMBER OF IMPROPER CONDUCT ENQUIRIES FINALIZED PER BRANCH MONTHNITW/CAPEE/CAPE KWAZULU- NATAL TOTAL April May June July August September October November December January (not confirmed) February (not confirmed) March (not confirmed) Total ,035 Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority 28

29 29MonthRefusalsWithdrawalsAppealsExemptions Section 26(4)(a) Section 26 (4)(d) Criminal RecordForeignerCode of Conduct UpheldDismissedUpheldDismissedUpheldDismissed Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar TOTAL 3, STATISTICS FOR THE PERIOD 1 APRIL 2004 – 31 MARCH 2005

30 TENDER ENQUIRY STATISTICS 2004/2005 Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority Enquiries Approved Denied Require further information Payments received 2,742 1, R525,

31 B(c)FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION DIVISION Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority 31

32 32 SECURITY SERVICE PROVIDER REGISTRATION STATISTICS (1997 – 2005) – HISTORICAL COMPARISON ACTIVE REGISTERED SECURITY BUSINESSES ACTIVE REGISTERED SECURITY OFFIC ERS Although on average there has been a modest increase in the number of security businesses, there has also been a sharp increase in the number of individual security officers as can be seen from the above graph.

33 CHALLENGES PRESENTED BY THE GROWTH OF THE PRIVATE SECURITY INDUSTRY Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority 33 1.Need to increase monitoring capacity to execute the core regulatory mandate. 2.Need to review the regulatory legislative framework based on the lessons learned from implementation to date. 3.Closer co-operation with other State Law Enforcement agencies. 4.Need to engage the industry to encourage “self- regulation”. 5.Research, development, and international “best practices”. Although on average there has been a modest increase in the number of security businesses during the period 1997 – 2005, there has been a sharp increase in the number of individual security officers, as can be seen from the aforegoing graph.

34 Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority 34 STATISTICS AS AT 31 MARCH 2005

35 Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority 35 Gauteng – 51% KwaZulu-Natal – 17% Northern Cape – 1% Free State – 2% North West – 3% Limpopo – 4% Western Cape – 12% Eastern Cape – 6% Mpumulanga – 4% REGISTERED ACTIVE SECURITY SERVICE PROVIDERS – INDIVIDUALS PER PROVINCE – MARCH 2005

36 Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority 36 Gauteng – 40% KwaZulu-Natal – 16% Northern Cape – 1% Free State – 4% North West – 4% Limpopo – 8% Western Cape – 14% Eastern Cape – 7% Mpumulanga – 6% REGISTERED ACTIVE SECURITY SERVICE PROVIDERS – INDIVIDUALS PER PROVINCE – MARCH 2005

37 TOTAL OF SERVICES RENDERED BY SECURITY SERVICE PROVIDERS IN DIFFERENT CATEGORIES Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority Security Guards (Industrial & Commercial)3,410 Security Guards (CIT)856 Body Guarding1,154 Security Consultants705 Reaction Services/Response Businesses743 E/Venue Control/Special Events2,212 Manufacturing of Security Equipment241 Private Investigator958 Training1,159 Security Equipment Installers701 Locksmith/Key Cutters333 Security Control Room1,189 Rendering S/S1,057 Car Watch448 Other462 Insurances331 Security & Loss Control256 Fire Prevention & Detection172 Consulting Engineer61 Alarm Installer48 In-House2 TOTAL1,

38 LISTING OF TOP 20 EMPLOYERS BASED ON NUMBER OF SECURITY OFFICERS EMPLOYED MARCH 2005 Private Security Industry Regulatory AuthorityRANKING RANKING SERVICE PROVIDER NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES % OF TOTAL SECURITY OFFICERS EMPLOYED IN THE INDUSTRY 1FIDELITY CORPORATE SERVICES (PTY) LTD20, % 2SECURICOR (SOUTH AFRICA) (PTY) LTD9, % 3ADT SECURITY GUARDING (PTY) LTD6, % 4MAGNUM-SHIELD SECURITY SERVICES (PTY) LTD 6, % 5GROUP 4 FALCK (PTY) LTD5, % 6COIN SECURITY GROUP (PTY) LTD4, % 7ENFORCE GUARDING (PTY) LTD3, % 8CHUBB & SUPERGROUP3, % 9PROTEA SECURITY SERVICES (PTY) LTD3, % 10GREMICK – A DIVISION OF SERVEST (PTY) LTD 2, % 11SECURITY PATROL EXPERTS CC2, % 12STALLION SECURITY (PTY) LTD2, % 13COMMAND SECURITY SERVICES (PTY) LTD1, % 14UNITRADE 1047 CC1, % 15MAXI STRATEGIC ALLIANCE (PTY) LTD1, % 16BOSASA SECURITY (PTY) LTD1, % 17HLANGANANI PROTECTION SERVICES (PTY) LTD 1, % 18NATIONAL FORCE SECURITY CC1, % 19NKULULEKO GUARDING SERVICES (PTY) LTD 1, % 20TELESAFE (PTY) LTD1, % 85, % INDUSTRY TOTAL 288,686100% 38

39 BALANCE SHEET AS AT 31 MARCH 2005 Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority Notes RR Assets Non-current assets Property, plant and equipment Current assets Accounts receivable and prepayments Term deposits Cash and cash equivalents Total assets Equity and liabilities Capital and reserves Accumulated funds Non-current liabilities Long term liabilities Current liabilities Accounts payable Provisions Current portion of long term liabilities Total equity and liabilities

40 INCOME & EXPENDITURE STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 MARCH 2005 Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority Note RR Income Annual Fees Registration Fees Interest received Fines received Sundry income Unallocated receipts ID Card Holder Infrastructure Assessment Expenditure Personnel Other operating expenses Excess of income over expenditure for the year Accumulated funds at beginning of year Accumulated funds at end of year


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