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.
I registered my Magister Technologiae: Forensic Investigation at Unisa and graduated on 29 September 2016. The title of my dissertation was: "The value of the first report statement in the investigation of rape." The study is concerned with how the first report statement must be obtained from the first report witness during the investigation of rape cases. Since I am a certified fraud examiner this qualification will assist me on how to obtain a statement which information will also be shared with my colleagues. Permission to conduct research was obtained from the SAPS and NPA respectively. Investigators from Pretoria Central Family Violence, Child Protection and Sexual Offences (FCS) and Public Prosecutors were interviewed, literature reviews were conducted and case docket analysis was conducted at Hercules SAPS, Pretoria Central SAPS and Pretoria West SAPS respectively.
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