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Zimbabwe Republic Police
AMAVENI
P.O.BOX 121
KWEKWE
Zimbabwe Republic Police
AMAVENI
P.O.BOX 121
KWEKWE
Official communications should not be addressed To individuals
Official communications should not be addressed To individuals

12th November, 2013

Officer Commanding Police
KWEKWE DISTRICT

Sir,

RE: ACTION REPORT BY ZRP AMAVENI ON STATION VISIT BY SUPERINTENDENT MANDIGORA ON 17TH OCTOBERT 2013

1.O. STATION OUTLOOK
-camp was very smart 1.1 OFFICE INVENTORIES
-radio room has none hence it requires one and other offices
-update inventories for those offices which have them

Action

The office inventory has been placed in the radio room
All office inventories have been updated 1.2. NOTE BOOKS
-OIC to lecture his members on how to use pages 83, 97 and 113

Action

The Officer in Charge lectured members on the use of pages 83, 97 and 113 of the Police note book during the station monthly meeting held on 29th October 2013 1.3. INSPECTING OFFICER’S BOOK
-noted that the OIC has not attended to instructions given on annual inspection dated 27/09/13 hence OIC is directed to immediately attend to such issues.

Action

The instruction given during the annual inspection dated 27/9/13 have been attended to. 1.4. CAMP INSPECTION REGISTER
-OIC to attend to issues raised on 09/07/13 (general comment), 23/07/13 (office floors etc), 05/08/13 (general comment), 19/09/13 (OIC Admin), 27/09/13 (annual inspection) and 15/10/13 (leaking tape and general comment)
-OIC and his two deputies are the ones to carry out camp inspection whereas A/Inspector, S/Major and Sergeants are implementers Action

Issues raised on /6/13, 23/7/13, /5/8/13, 15/10./13 have been attended to.
Only the Officer in charge and her deputies are now carrying out camp inspections. 1.5. VISITING OFFICER’S BOOK
-lets have an objective of V.O’s to be carried out by each individual pasted at the beginning of this book.

Action

An objective of VOs to be carried out by each supervisor has been pasted at the beginning of on the VO register 1.6. STATION ORDERS AND ROUTINES
-guiding principles to be infused and submitted for approval by 24/10/13

Action Guiding principles were infused in the station orders and routine and the orders were submitted to the District Headquarters for approval 1.7 FORM 202 FILE
-instructions given are still relevant
Action

The instruction given on the 202 file has been complied with, the file has been subdivided into 202A, 202B, Visits by PFDC, DFDC, and Other visits 1.8 SERVICE PLAN DOCUMENT
-lets have all members acknowledge by signing the document

Action

All members have signed the service plan document. 1.9 PERSONAL VISIT REGISTER
-OIC and her deputies each to carry out two validations per month

Action

The Officer in Charge and her deputies are now carrying out two validations per month 2.0 CRIME

2.1. SCENE ATTENDANCE REGSTER
-entries marked are not sincere reason being entry numbers, date, time, whether met/not are not indicated
-OIC is now directed to desist from endorsing false entries
-OIC and her deputies to carry out each validation per month

Action

The anomaly on the scene attendance register has been attended and no false entries shall be made on any register in future. The OIC and her deputies are now carrying out validations. 2.2. RECOVERY CHART
-achievements in August by 29% since the beginning of the year
-try to meet or surpass the target every month

Action

The station put up recovery strategies and attained recovery rate of 73% in October 2013. 2.3. CRIME REGISTER
-lets have prints taken from accused persons and endorse dates on column 8
-all cases finalized at court or accused paid fine prints should be referred to CIU and dates endorsed on column 8
-column 9 should be utilized as a movement book

Action
Fingerprints are being recorded from accused persons and dates endorsed on column 8. Fingerprints for accused persons whose cases have been finalised at court or accused paid are being referred to CIU and an endorsement made on Column 8 of the crime register.
Column 9 is now being used to endorse movement of dockets. 2.4. DUBLICATES OF SERIOUS DOCKETS REGISTER
-this docket register should be managed as per incomplete ‘B’ and ‘C’ Action

The duplicate of serious dockets register is now being managed as per incomplete ‘B’ and ‘C’, columns used in the incomplete GRB for incomplete ‘B’ and ‘C’ have been adopted for the register. 2.5 DOCKETS INCOMPLETE ‘C’
-locate 1/99
-enter 1/10 in the GRB
-check for the accused persons and witnesses in those dockets on quarterly bases

Action

Incomplete C 1/99:- effort is being made to trace the docket which made. Incomplete 1/10:- has been entered in the GRB and checks for the witnesses and accused person will be carried out at least quarterly. 2.6 DOCKETS INCOMPLETE ‘B’
-locate the following dockets:
Filing ref-07/10 03/12 05/12
-always check for the accused persons and witnesses in those dockets on quarterly bases Action

Incomplete ‘B’ 7/10, 3/12 & 5/12 dockets were located. Checks of accused persons and witnesses shall be carried out on a quarterly basis. 2.7. REGISTER OF SERIOIUS DOCKETS AND CASES OF INTEREST
-make sure you always have duplicate dockets of all serious dockets received at station
-such duplicates should be a replica of the original.

Action

All serious dockets received at the station shall have duplicate dockets and the duplicate dockets shall be a replica of the original 2.8 STATION SECURITY DEFENCE SCHEME
-all members at station to acknowledge by signing

Action

All members have signed the station security defence scheme

2.9 WEAPON HANDLING
-lets have summary for September 2013

Action

A summary for the month of September 2013 has been done. 2.10 PUBLIC ORDER MANAGEMENT DRILL
-none was done in September 2013 and can you explain why it was not done?

Action 2.11 DISASTER PLAN
-all members at station to acknowledge by signing Action

All members have signed the disaster plan 2.12 FIRE DRILL FILE
-lets have an objective for September 2013
-lets have summary for April, May and September 2013

Action

A summary for the month of September 2013 has been done

2.13 FIRST AID DRILL
-lets have summaries for September 2013

Action

A summary for the month of September 2013 has been done 2.14 FOOT DRILL AND ARMS DRILL
-no objective for September 2013
-lets have it in place
-lets have summary for April 2013
-where are May to September 2013 drills?

Action

Objective is pasted at the beginning of the foot and arms drill section
The summary for the month of April, 2013 have been done.
The foot and arms drill were being conducted, they were booked in another register after the register was completed. The new register was not produced during the visit as it was missing.
The register has since been located.
Summaries shall be at the end of every month in future. 2.15 FIRE ORDERS
-lets have all members at station to acknowledge by signing

Action

All members have signed the fire orders. 2.16 MISSING PERSONS FILE
-each missing person to have form 28 plus running diaries of checks done
-once located, endorse date of location plus address where found Action

Forms 28 are now being completed in respect of missing persons and running diaries for checks made

2.17 PISI

2.18 FORMS 329 FILE
-make effort to recruit more informers
Action

Station is in process of recruiting more informers 2.19 WANTED PERSONS FILE
-make effort to arrest wanted persons whose list is soaring

Action

An operation is in progress to eliminate and reduce the number of wanted persons. 3.0 CRLO

3.1. NWC DEPLOYMENT REGISTER
-always deploy these members with regular members
-whenever the arrest has been made, we want to know outcome of such
-cases in form of CR Ref/Z69j number

Action

The NWC members are now being deployed with regular members.
References in respect of arrests made by the members of the NWC have been endorsed in the register.

3.2 HOME OFFICERS’SCHEME AREA 3

-lets have prevalent crimes as per your index
-lets have more campaigns by this home officer who should visit constituency regularly
-lets have home officers for each area 1 and 2 who should visit their areas

Action

The prevalent crimes have been included in the file and the home officer is now is carrying out campaigns
Area 1 and are 2 have been allocated a home officers 3.3 CRIME CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE FILE
-lets have nominal roll as per your index
-on your schedule of minutes avoid words done/not done but replace with word remarks

Action

The nominal roll is now in place. The schedule of meetings remarks column has been corrected, words done have been replaced by the word remarks 3.4 JUNIOR CALL PROGRAMME FILE
-lets have all documents as per your index
-on your schedule of minutes avoid words done/not done but replace with word remarks

Action

The schedule of meeting with the junior call has been put in place as per index.
The station is in the process of contacting the parents of the junior call members for the signing of the indemnity forms.
The schedule of meetings remarks column has been corrected, words done/not done have been replaced by the word remarks 3.5 ADMIN

3.6 SKILLS INVENTORY FILE
-revisit your skills inventory
-each individual on work experience to tell us like charge office from 1985-1987 at Zvishavane, court orderly from 1985-1990 at Zvishavane, investigation from 1991-1994 at Amaveni etc

Action

Members are now including their work experience in the skills inventory. 3.7 STATION TUTORS’ FILE
-lets have evaluation reports for the two details posted at this station prior to 2013 elections
-lets have supervisory contracts in respect of four recently transferred details

Action

The first and second evaluation reports in respect on number 992647w Cst Chauruka and 080065B Cst Rangwani have been compiled.
Supervisory contracts in respect of 080756C Cst Svova, 080773W Cst Phiri, 080779C Cst Chikaniso and 993008F Cst Khata have been done. 3.8 JOB ROTATION REGISTER
-according to this register it says you are not rotating your members hence OIC is directed to have it done

Action

Members are now being rotated, the fact endorsed in the register. 3.9 DEFICIENCY IDENTIFICATION REGISTER
-remedial action to be undertaken by SGTs, A/Inspector up to the OIC since probably the tutor might have failed to articulate the proper mentorship
-do not bunch details but remedial is done individually

Action

Remedial action is now being done by the station supervisors. Remedial action is now being done individually 3.10 MOTIVATIONAL INITIATIVE REGISTER
-motivate your members by awarding time offs and memos of good work.

Action

The observation has been noted, members shall be awarded time offs and memos of good work shall be considered after performance of good work. 4.0 MONTHLY LECTURES’ FILE
-who conducted February and May lectures?
-are you telling us that you failed to do August and September 2013 lectures?
-avoid words done/not done but have it with column called remarks on your schedule

Action

February lecture was conducted by the Chaplin Ass/Insp Matanga on welfare
May lecture was conducted by Inspector Moyo on Scene attendance, statement recording.
August lecture was conducted by Sgt Major Mukoma on discipline
September lecture was conducted by Ass/Insp Sakutukwa (CIU) on ‘fingerprints recording’
The schedule of meetings remarks column has been corrected, words ‘done/not done’ have been replaced by the word ‘remarks’ 4.1. MONTHLY MEETINGS
-last column of your heading should be remarks
-are you telling us that you failed to do monthly meetings as from July to September 2013?

Action

The remarks column has been added on the schedule of meetings
The station failed to hold a meeting during the month of July due to elections commitments.
The station held meetings on the 29th of August, 2013 and on the 27th of September, 2013. 4.2 MISCELLENIOUS RECEIPTS
IN USE: Book number 2/13 Serial number 0665901-50
NOT IN USE: Book number 3/13 Serial number 0665951-6000 4/13 0666001-50 5/13 0566051-100 4.3 RECREATION FUND REGISTER
-let’s have all members from Inspector Moyo doing downward pay outstanding amounts

Action

All members have been ordered to clear their arrears on the 24th of November without fail. Disciplinary action will be taken against defaulters.

4.4 Z69j BOOK ORDINARY

IN USE: Book number 52/12 Serial number 9765501-50 53/12 9765551-600 NOT IN USE: Book number 23/13 Serial number 0094951-5000 24/13 0095001-50 30/13 0190051-100 31/13 0190101-150

4.4 RETENTION Z69j BOOK
CLOSED: Book number 26/13 Serial number 5692651-700
IN USE: 27/13 5692701-50 4.6 SECURITY ITEMS
Retention Z69 (j)
Book 21/13 Serial number 5223851-900
Book 24/13 Serial number 5223401-950

Ordinary Z69 (j)
Book 23/13 Serial number 0094951-5000
Book 24/13 Serial number 0095001-50

ISSUE VOUCHER Number 347/13 Dated 04/09/13

Retention (Z69j)
Book 25/13 Serial number 562601-50 26/13 5692651-700 27/13 5692701-50 28/13 5692751-800

Ordinary (Z69j)
Book 30/13 Serial number 0190051-100 31/13 0190101-50 4.7 SECURITY ITEMS FILE
-let’s have a certificate in respect of Book 29/13 Z69j referred to Z.R.P Manoti

Action

The book with serial numbers 5692801 – 5692850 was erroneously on Amaveni issue voucher number 347/13 whilst the book was issued to ZRP Manoti. The book was replaced by serial number 5692851 – 5692900 Z69 (j) book number 29/13 by Sgt Mubako of Quartermaster who then did all the alterations on the books and issue vouchers. The book was not transferred to Manoti from this station. 4.8 FORM 392 STOCK CLEARANCE FORMS
IN USE: Book 02/12 Serial number 0792551-600
OUTSTANDING: 01/12 0792501-50

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