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Cleaner bust for alleged collusion with examiner to sell fake driving licences

  The Hawks have arrested two people accused of selling driving licences for R4,500 — without the driver being tested by the examiner.

  Lucky Sindane, spokesperson for the City of Johannesburg Group Forensic and Investigation Services (GFIS) unit, said a 61-year-old female cleaner and 38-year-old examiner for driving licences are expected to appear in the Booysens magistrate’s court on Thursday for fraud and corruption.

  Both suspects are stationed at the Xavier Junction licence and testing centre in Ormonde, south of Johannesburg.

  They were arrested in a sting operation on Wednesday after GFIS officials working with the Hawks made a booking with the suspects and arranged to collect a driver’s licence.

  Sindane said they were arrested after allegedly handing over a temporary driver’s licence to an undercover member of the Hawks.

  “The female suspect had a stack of driver’s licence cards which she alleged were ready to be collected by her clients who had already paid the R4,500 fee,” he said.

  Johannesburg mayor Mpho Phalatse commended the team, saying: “Corruption has no place in this administration and we will work tirelessly, and in collaboration with institutions such as the Hawks, SAPS, JMPD to ensure that residents of Johannesburg receive the quality services they deserve.”

  The city urged people to report any fraud and corruption activities through the 24-hour tipoff hotline 0800 002 587 or via email to whistle@joburg.org.za.

  TimesLIVE

Using False Identification: Information about the consequences and risks to young people

  One of the ways that young people try to buy alcohol or get into adult venues is to use false identification, but using false ID can have serious consequences in terms of the law and can put you at risk of harm.

  In Sheffield, the Children Safeguarding Partnership works with other agencies including young people’s substance misuse services, the police and local licensees to safeguard young people and raise their awareness of the risks and consequences of using false ID.  For example, security and sales staff at licensed premises are trained to look out for young people using false ID and to report it to the police. 

  There are five types of false document:

  a genuine document that is being used by someone else (for example borrowed or taken from friends or family);

  a genuine document which has been altered (photo or if the date of birth is changed)

  a genuine document which has been fraudulently obtained (for example, using someone else’s details to get a student card or other form of photo ID)

  a fake document which is a copy of a genuine document (for example, fake driving licence purchased over the internet)

  a fake document (i.e. someone has created a completely false document).

  If you are caught using false ID, your ID may be seized and be reported to the police.  You will be given a receipt slip (‘bailment form’) and you may be invited to attend a restorative justice educational workshop or asked to visit this website for more information about the risks and consequences of using false ID.  The slip you receive will also ask you to make contact with the police after you have read the information on this safeguarding page.

  It is an offence to use fake ID under the following legislation:

  Identity Cards Act 2010 Section 6 (1)

  Forgery and Counterfeiting Act 1981 – use of counterfeit ID

  Fraud Act 2006 – Possession of Counterfeit ID

  Depending on how you obtain false ID, a number of offences may have been committed.  For example, if you buy ID off someone, or if someone lends it to you, have you thought about where it may have come from?  Some types of false ID have already been reported to the police as missing due to crime (for example they may have been stolen from other people and sold on).  Potentially you could be arrested and questioned in relation to other offences such as;

  Theft

  Theft by finding

  Robbery

  Burglary

  Handling stolen goods

   So it is important to consider that using false ID could result in you being fined, cautioned or arrested by the police.  Having a criminal record for these or other offences could have a long term effect. Two of the main areas to consider are:

  Employment. When unemployment is rising there will be a wider choice of people available for jobs. Jobs that have special responsibilities involving vulnerable people or data handling will probably require a DBS check. This is when     the company will check your details against the files held on the Disclosure and Barring Service’s records. (Would you employ anyone that had an offence of fraud, theft or forgery against them?)

  Holidays/ Emigration. Some countries will now do a DBS check on you before you enter their country. If you flag up as having a notifiable offence your immigration application will be reviewed and could be stopped. If you are going there on holiday you could be stopped at passport control and refused entry to the country. (Would you allow someone into your country with an offence of identity fraud?)

   

  When young people go to ‘Over 18’ venues they may be exposed to adults who behave irresponsibly (for example being drunk or offensive) or dangerously (if they have drugs, carry weapons or become violent).

  If you are under the influence of drugs/new psychoactive substances (‘legal highs’) or alcohol you might make choices that put you at risk of harm (for example, you may have unwanted/unprotected sex, get involved in anti-social behaviour, or get involved with strangers who may put you at risk). Not everyone goes out because they are looking for a good time – if your judgement is impaired, criminals may see you as a ‘soft target’; you could have your drink spiked, or become a victim of robbery, grooming or sexual exploitation. 

  click here to download the police enquiry form

  please contact The Corner (young people’s substance misuse service)

  (0114) 275 2051

  sheffield@cri.org.uk

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