What Does A SAPS Constable Earn Per Month?

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Are you interested to know what a SAPS constable's salary is per month? Looking at becoming a police offer? Find out everything you need to know below.


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What is a SAPS constable?

A SAPS constable is another title for a policeman, policewoman or a police constable. Police officers keep law and order in a country, investigate crime, and support crime prevention.

What is the mission of SAPS?

The mission of the SAPS is to:

  • prevent and combat anything that may threaten the safety and security of any community;
  • investigate any crimes that threaten the safety and security of any community;
  • ensure offenders are brought to justice; and
  • participate in efforts to address the root causes of crime.

Police Officer salary in South Africa

According to payscale.com, the average salary of a constable is R181,091 per year. 

Alternative figures include:

  • Base Salary = R102k - R197k
  • Bonus = R14k - R16k
  • Total Pay = R102k - R208k

So if you are looking at becoming a police officer, use this as a guideline as to what salary you can expect.

 


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