Adjudication officials are responsible for capturing
adjudication information on the Criminal Information Management
computer system (CRIM). They verify applicable adjudication
information and allocation of statutes to adjudication
information and record reports on the CRIM system.
What are the minimum requirements to
become an Adjudication Official?
The individual must have a Senior certificate (Grade 12), be
computer literate and familiar with the Criminal Administration
System, circulation system and other mainframe systems in use by
the South African Police Service. Be fluent in at least two of
the official languages of which one must be English. Good
knowledge of operational requirements of the organization.
The following courses are presented within the South African
Police Service: The Criminal Information Management System
course (Criminal Record Centre Adjudication Module), the
Criminal Information Management System course (General Enquiry
Module), and the Criminal Information Management System Course
(Registration and Document Register Module).
Where can you be stationed?
Adjudication officials are stationed at Criminal Record
Centres of South African Police Service: Detective Services
Nationally and at Local Criminal Record Centres in the
provincesl and areas.
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