Pretoria - The South African Police Service is interrogating the findings of the Auditor-General's report with regards to the 10111 call centres.
The findings, contained in Auditor-General Terence Nombembe's SAPS annual report for 2011/12, indicate that about 60% of crime reported to the 10111 call centres did not get properly registered.
"The Police Management has been tasked to interrogate the findings and prepare a comprehensive response to the issues raised. As SAPS we remain alert, responsible and committed to compliance with our policies and regulations," SAPS said in a statement.
SAPS further said that National Police Commissioner General Riah Phiyega had taken cognisance of the outcomes of the report.
"To this end the National Commissioner is urging all members to remain focussed on service delivery in accordance with our police prescripts," SAPS said in a statement. - SAnews.gov.za