The Organized Crime Official should ensure an up-to-date and
high standard office administration and do personal profiling.
He/she must do the registering of all the threats. The official
has to investigate organised crimes reported to him/her. The
official must wright reports and statements. The official must
be able to decide and use information from dockets/information
and agents. He/she must present evidence and testify in court
together with communicating with the prosecutor to oppose bail,
obtain warrants, manage exhibits and to manage all personnel
related matters. The official must be able to identify, recruit
and register informers or agents. He/she must do the computer
work regarding to Crime Administration - and profiling Systems.
What are the minimum requirements to
become an Organized Crime Official?
The person should be fluent in English. He/she must have a
grade 12 certificate. He/she must have two years police
experience in the detective field. The person must be prepared
to work extra time or long hours. He/she must be having a valid
Each member of Organized Crime Investigations shall be given
the opportunity to undergo training to empower/equip
Where can you be stationed?
If you did qualify, you can be stationed at the Division:
Organized Crime where they deals with: Organized culture
Individuals, high-flyers, cross border operations, project
investigation and International Vehicle Crime investigations.
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