Community Safety and Transport Management

North West Department Budget for 2017-18

Vision

Safe Communities and effective transport services.

Mission

We are committed to promote community and road safety, exercise civilian oversight of police and coordinate transport services through an integrated approach.

Each employee is committed to an IIMPACCT culture that explains our behaviour as follows:

  • Integrity

  • Innovative

  • Motivated

  • Passionate

  • Accountability

  • Client focused

  • Commitment

  • Team work

Core functions

The core functions of the department are summarized as follows:-

  • To exercise oversight function with regard to South African Police Service in the Province, coordinate crime prevention initiatives and promote community police relations;

  • To plan, regulate and facilitate the provision of integrated transport services through co-ordination and co-operation with national planning authorities, and the private sector in order to enhance implementation of safety initiatives and mobility of all communities particularly those currently without or with limited access;

  • To ensure the provision of a safe transport environment through the regulation of public transport operations, road traffic law enforcement and the registration and licensing of vehicles and drivers.

Department of Community Safety and Transport ManagementVote 05To be appropriated by Vote in 2017/18R 1 983 725 000Direct ChargeNot ApplicableResponsible MECMEC for Community Safety and Transport ManagementAdministrating DepartmentDepartment of Community Safety and Transport ManagementAccounting OfficerDeputy Director General for Community Safety and Transport Management

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