A constable is a person holding a particular office, most commonly in criminal law enforcement.
A constable is commonly the rank of an officer within the police. Other people may be granted powers of a constable without holding this title.
Constable Salary In South Africa
The average salary for a Constable at South African Police Services in South Africa is R181,091.
What job did the constable do?
A constable may be an official responsible for service of process: such as summonses and subpoenas for people to appear in court in criminal and/or civil matters.
On the other hand, they can be fully empowered law enforcement officers.
Constables may also have additional specialized duties unique to the office.
Do constables carry guns?
There are no exceptions allowing constables to carry firearms as peace officers outside the context of their official duties.
Because constables are not considered primary law enforcement, these official duties are largely limited to their on-duty employment.
How can I become a police constable?
Obtain a high school diploma or GED.
Meet other minimum requirements.
Obtain a bachelor’s degree (optional).
Pass the law enforcement entrance exam.
Graduate from the police academy.
Work toward a promotion.
Is a constable the same as a police officer?
Constables are empowered to enforce both criminal and civil laws, Police officers are empowered to enforce criminal and traffic laws, and Sheriffs are the chief law enforcement officer of the county and are empowered to enforce criminal and civil laws.