private security industry regulations act

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Draft amendment regulations in terms of  the private security industry regulations act, 2001

Bheki Cele, Minister of Police, acting under section 35 of the Private Security Industry Regulation Act, 2001 (Act No 56 of 2001) intends to make amendments to the Private Security Industry Regulations, 2002, affecting firearms and uniforms [please read summary or documents below]. Comments must be submitted by 5 July.

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No I do not
To take away weopans will meet the will never justify the means of protecting or to react to life danger will meen that security work can only be done by the presents of police... when armed criminals are active of enforcing their terror by means of no mercy ...firstly many incidents security is first on the seen or are at the seen... unifirm is the simbel of criteria for that type of discpline can not wear a trouser to protect high deligated person or tactical clothes it means that clothes are wear to set out the type of work inforce law to eliminate firsthand workers are going to put more strain on combatting crime and will also put more strain on police enforcement...
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