South Africa is at
war with itself

The most important investment
South Africa can make is in the
safety of young people and women.

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Killing of women and children
sees massive increase in
SAPS crime statistics

The ISS welcomed the Police Minister’s
new approach to providing more detailed
statistics on murder trends.

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Video: SA crime statistics
briefing 2017/2018

ISS experts offer insights
into the latest official
crime data and trends.

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Infographic: Murder in SA
still on the rise

Latest crime statistics show the
extent of violence in the country.

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Infographic: Small drop
in key robberies

After increasing for several years, these
types of robberies show a slight decline.

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Seminar: How police use
data to tackle crime

This seminar offers a rare inside view
of the technology and practices
that underpin modern policing.

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ISS Live: How corruption
fuels cash-in-transit robbery

Stopping these violent robberies
means focusing on corrupt
police and justice officials.

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Only prosecutions and
police reform will rid SAPS
of Marikana’s deadly stain

Police responsible for the unnecessary
killings of striking miners must be
held accountable says the ISS.

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Marikana Scene
2 uncovered

The South African Police Service can
no longer be allowed to close
ranks to protect itself.

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ISS Live: How policing
must change after Marikana

New research points to specific
actions that must be taken to
improve policing in South Africa.

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The sound of gunfire: the police shootings
at Marikana Scene 2, 16 August 2012

This report provides the most comprehensive
account yet of how and why 17
strikers died at Scene 2.

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