State’s undermining of Rule of Law in private security regulation puts safety at risk – GARY MOORE
The Constitutional Court has declared that there is a disturbing dark side to the often-stated miracle of South Africa’s constitutional democracy: The country is plagued by crime, often viciously violent, sometimes sophisticated and organised, often ridiculously random, but always audacious and contemptuous of the values enshrined in the Constitution.
The Court observed that the Police Service is not always perceived as capable of meeting its constitutional mandate, and hence the private security industry is a large and powerful feature of South Africa’s crime-control terrain. While the industry cannot substitute state services, it continues to fulfil functions that once fell in the exclusive domain of the police.
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Publish date: 06 March 2019
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