n Tydskrif vir die Suid-Afrikaanse Reg - A note on aspects of the emergence of an independent regulator for the private security industry in South Africa : aantekeninge
|Article Title||A note on aspects of the emergence of an independent regulator for the private security industry in South Africa : aantekeninge|
|© Publisher:||Juta Law Publishing|
|Journal||Tydskrif vir die Suid-Afrikaanse Reg|
|Publication Date||Jan 2005|
|Pages||587 - 594|
ISI Social Science
The Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority ("the Authority") is the semi-autonomous, independent statutory body which currently undertakes the regulation of the private security industry in South Africa in terms of the Private Security Industry Regulation Act 56 of 2001. This situation is the result of a period of legislative initiatives and reform spanning more than 20 years (see generally Grant "Private policing" 1989 Acta Juridica 92-117; Geldenhuys Sekuriteitsreg (1992) 181 et seq; Irish "Policing for profit: the future of South Africa's private security industry" in ISS Monograph Series (1999) 36-40; Berg "The private security industry in South Africa: a review of applicable legislation" 2003 SACR 178-196; Siebrits Regulation of the Private Security Industry (2001 dissertation SA) 69 et seq; Visser "Some thoughts on the reform of the law in terms of which the private security industry in South Africa is regulated" 2000 Obiter 307-324; "Proposed changes regarding the nature and composition of the regulator of the private security industry" 2001 De Jure 358-363; "Legal changes in the regulation of the private security industry" 2004 Strategic Review for Southern Africa 1-22).
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