RECORD CENTRE OFFICIAL
Local Criminal Record Centre Officials are responsible for
recording crime scenes/ objects by means of ideography,
photography and drafting techniques, investigating crime scenes/
objects for exhibits and clues for forensic analysis. They
collect, preserve and process forensic exhibits and register
cases on the system.
What are the minimum requirements to
become a Local Criminal Record Centre Official?
The individual must have a Senior certificate (Grade 12) and
must have completed Basic Police Training.
Individuals undergo training relevant to their area of
Where can you be stationed?
Local Criminal Record Centre Officials are stationed at the
Local Criminal Record Centres Countrywide.
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