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SA believed to have the necessary skills to improve policing and safety

# The Institute for Security Studies believes South Africa has the necessary skills and resources to improve policing and safety. The institute says with committed leadership from the president and Police minister, reforms could lead to a motivated and trusted Police Service, reduced crime rates, and increased public safety. It says practical steps include overhauling recruitment, enhancing integrity, and focusing on major offenders. Such changes could restore public trust and make South Africa safer. The institute will launch the detailed recommendations to transform the country’s safety trajectory on June 27.