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The Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation has been established as an independent directorate within the South African Police Service in terms of Section 17C of the South African Police Service Act, 1995 as amended by the South African Police Service Amendment Act, 2008 (Act 57 of 2008).

The Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation is now responsible for the combating, investigation and prevention of national priority crimes such as serious organized crime, serious commercial crime and serious corruption in terms of Section 17B and 17D of the South African Police Service Act, 1995 as amended.

The South African Police Service Amendment Act,2012  (Act 10 of 2012) introduced the reporting procedures as provided in Section 34(1) of the Prevention and Combating of Corrupt Activities Act, 2004 which stipulates that reporting should be made to any police officer.  In terms of the latest amendment, all such offences must now be reported to a member of the Directorate of Priority Crime Investigation.   

Duty to report Corruption - Sect 34

Section 34 places the duty on certain persons to report certain offences. Failure to report is an offence ...

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