Police Officials’ Perceptions of Corruption and Integrity Management at Three Gauteng SAPS Stations – Resources
Institute for Security Studies
30 Nov 2011
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- Inside View: Police Ofﬁcials’ Perceptions of Corruption and Integrity Management at Three Gauteng SAPS Stations in 2009 – (Article)
This research paper was published by the Institute for Security Studies on 30 November 2011.
This paper describes and compares three case studies conducted at Gauteng police stations in 2009. It asks whether and how the Corruption and Fraud Prevention Plan of the South African Police Service (SAPS) was being implemented at these stations. It does so by comparing members’ perceptions and experiences of the manner in which corruption, fraud and integrity management manifested within SAPS stations in 2009. It also examines perceptions of police corruption, and the causal factors that may influence the prevalence or control of corruption and integrity violations. The paper then considers these findings within a framework of organisational culture and considers how such a culture contributes towards the prevention of corruption.
At the time of writing this article the author, Andrew Faull, was pursuing a DPhil in Criminology at the University of Oxford’s Centre for Criminology. Prior to this, Andrew Faull had been a researcher and senior researcher in the Crime and Justice Programme at the Institute for Security Studies.