Overview of the current Strategic plans Overview of the current Strategic plans

STRATEGIC PILLARS

  • Combating crime
  • Effective Rehabilitation and reintegration
  • Safe and humane custody
  • Coordination and support services

STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES

  • Enhance internal security
  • Strengthen rehabilitation and reintegration programs
  • Provide safe and humane custody
  • Improve perfomance and service delivery 

STRATEGY IMPLEMENTATION PHASES STRATEGY IMPLEMENTATION PHASES

PHASE  1: Stop and Fix (18 months)

Major Activities:

  • Review organizational structure
  • Conduct base studies on performance and resource allocation
  • Review processes and systems and pilot
  • Targeted, Customized Training in core operational areas and leadership

PHASE 2: Stabilize and Maintain (42 Months)

Major activities:

  • Fine tune processes and systems
  • Measure output of phase 1 activities and adjust
  • Performance

STRATEGIC PREMIUM STRATEGIC PREMIUM

  • The following strategic premium will be achieved after 5 years of executing this strategy

    STRATEGIC THEME

    STRATEGIC PREMIUM

    Performances Improvement and Service delivery

    90% achievement of all targets in strategic plan

    Safe and Humane Custody

    85% improvement in safe and humane custody of offenders through improved compliance to Mandela rules, reduced escapes and reduced untoward incidences

    Rehabilitation and reintegration of offenders

    Reduce recidivism to 5%

    Combating Crime

    Reduce Crime by 12%. Reduce road traffic accidents by 60%.

     

     

STRATEGIC SCORECARD STRATEGIC SCORECARD

See annex 1

*Figures Budget figures for MTEF period 2017/18 – 2019/2022

DEFINITION OF KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

  • The safe and humane custody performance indicator is a composite indicator comprising of the following individual indicators;

  • Number of escapes
  • Reduction of *untoward incidents (%)
  • Compliance to Mandela rules (%)
  • Untoward incidents are defined as incidents that compromise the safety of inmates and officers such as but not limited to;

  • Smuggling of contraband into the facilities
  • Correctional institutions and holding cells riots
  • Assaults
  • Sodomy
  • Suicide
  • Self-harm
  • Theft
  • Gang activities
  • Hostage taking
  • The crime reduction (%) key performance indicator is a composite indicator comprising of, clearance rate and reduction of crime registered

    Recidivism rate is an international key performance indicator used in correctional service management to measure rehabilitation and reintegration.