Teenagers and alcohol don’t mix. What are parents’ responsibilities to ensure that their children don’t abuse alcohol? We give a variety of tips in our Community Safety feature in the June 2017 issue of Servamus.
Tennis star Bob Hewitt found guilty 30 years after committing sexual abuse against those he coached. Read the details about what had happened in the Crime Series published in the June 2017 issue of Servamus.
Sexting – the exchange of sexual messages or images – is a reality in schools. Teachers and learners are perpetrators and it is important to know about the dangers. Read our article in the June 2017 issue of Servamus.
Teenage alcohol abuse combined with sexting can have devastating & deadly consequences. Parents need to get involved to prevent their children from becoming victims. Read our article in the June 2017 issue of Servamus.
Introduction to Criminology and Ethnology/Inleiding tot Kriminologie en Volkekunde
Attention, all police members/former police members/retired police members/family of these members. We are looking for the following book:
INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINOLOGY AND ETHNOLOGY or the Afrikaans version: INLEIDING TOT KRIMINOLOGIE EN VOLKEKUNDE.
The book had a police star on the cover.
This book was used in police basic training during the seventies and is needed for someone who is doing research.
Do we need an A-team to fight fraud and corruption in SA?
In response to the question “Do we need an A-Team to fight fraud and corruption in SA?” on the front page of the December 2016 issue of Servamus: December 2016 edition, I would like to react as follows:
I have in excess of 48 years' experience (of which 28 years was spent in the Commercial Branch of the SA Police Service) in the investigation and combating of commercial crime in South Africa and abroad. Most anti-fraud experts concur that, no matter how well written the rules, policies and procedures may be, institutional fraud will always spike upward. Regardless of the economy's vicissitudes in coming months or years, history proves that the "fraud problem" will undoubtedly worsen. Mr Warren Buffet, American industrialist, once remarked: "In an economic slump there is a double threat - old frauds are being exposed and new frauds surface. Only when the tide goes out you discover who's been swimming naked."