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REPS MIGRATE TO E-FILING FOR RECORD KEEPING

In line with Government’s strategic plans put in place towards attaining first world status by 2022, the Police Service will be amongst the first departments to implement e-filing.

The is courtesy a project rolled out by the Ministry of Information Communication and Technology (ICT) under the archiving department of which has seen the introduction of e-filing in the Royal Eswatini Police Service (REPS). Through this project, the Police Service’s Registry Department offices underwent major renovations transforming its system from analogue operations to digital.The revamped registry offices were on June 10 handed over by the Ministry of ICT to the Police Service.
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REPS STRIVES FOR BETTER AND IMPROVED SERVICE DELIVERY
The Police Service strives to be an entity that is professional to meet the expectations of the public in terms of service delivery.

Senior Deputy National Commissioner Emmanuel Sula Dlamini said the fact that REPS provided a professional service, it would be wise to borrow some practices and philosophies from the private sector. He was speaking during the closing ceremony of the middle management skills development course in the past week at Matsapha Police Academy where he was representing the Acting National Commissioner of Police. The middle management course was attended by twenty-four (24) officers in the rank categories of Inspector and Assistant Superintendents, who are managers in their different formations.
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CROSS-BORDER CRIMES CRIPPLING THE ECONOMY OF SADC REGION
Cross-border crimes continue to be a menace that face countries in the SADC region that need to be dealt urgently.
Prime Minister Ambrose Mandvulo Dlamini who is also the minister responsible for Police said criminal elements have become more professional and are fully exploiting the changes that have been brought by the explosion of the internet and digitalisation. Dlamini was speaking on Monday at the cabinet offices during a courtesy call by the Southern African Regional Police Chiefs Cooperation Organisation (SARPCCO) Chairperson Kakona Kanganja who is also the Inspector General of Zambia Police Service. He said criminals were now a step ahead in the commission of crime as the syndicates have a cross-border network, giving rise to a wide range of crimes that pose a serious threat to the safety and security of the Region.
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