Law Enforcement Liaison Officer - Kwazulu-Natal

Listing reference: track_001248
Listing status: Under Review
Apply by: 11 July 2024
Position summary
Industry: IT & Internet
Job category: Police, Security and Protective
Location: Durban
Contract: Permanent
Remuneration: MARKET RELATED
EE position: Yes
Tracker requires the Services of a Law Enforcement Liaison Officer that will fulfill the following key functions:
Job description

Recovery Rate:

  • Design, develop and implement projects to enhance the functioning and effectiveness of the department to agreed target and standard
  • Physical tracking and recovery of all incidents reported to Tracker – (Activations and Verifications)


·       Interact with relevant Law Enforcement and private security members as per the SOP

·       Ensure that the SAPS / Tracker structure is up to date

·       Visits to Province, Units and stations

Provincial recovery Process:

·       Establish and maintain an acceptable recovery rate (physical tracking, recovery and customer service) 


·       Ensure that daily, weekly and monthly reports are completed

VTU Installation Process:

·       Deployment & Capacity Planning VTU Maintenance

Minimum requirements

  • Matric (Grade 12) or equivalent accepted qualification
  • The suitable candidate will have an above average knowledge of how the South African Police Service operates with a minimum of five years Law enforcement / PSI experience.
  • Fair knowledge of Criminal Law and the Criminal Procedure Act is compulsory 
  • The suitable candidate must have above average knowledge of the demographics of Kwa-Zulu Natal
  • Must be willing to travel and work shifts, overtime as per the approved shift roster including weekends and public holidays
  • Perform planned and unplanned standby duties as and when required
  • Driver’s licence and own reliable transport
  • Good written and verbal communication skills
  • Computer literacy
  • PSIRA Grade C registration
  • Firearm Competency (use of handgun for business purpose)
  • Armed Response


  • Operational Experience on Physical Tracking of Vehicles


Medical aid 
Provident fund 

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