Moitshepi Phiri

Work History

Work History
Oct 1995 - Present

Police Officer

Botswana Police Service
  • From October 1995 up to April 2004 working under General duties branch stationed at SSKA Police Station performing police duties,

 

  • From May 2004 transferred into Security Intelligence Services (SIS) a branch of Botswana Police Services and,

 

  • From July 2008 up to date performing accounts duties and also being a member technical unit of Crime Intelligence Branch (CRIB) a branch of Botswana Police Service based at Police Headquarters.

 

  • Promoted to the rank of Sergeant on April 2009 and

 

  • Promoted to the rank of Sub Inspector in 2012.

  • Duties within the BPS include, investigation, surveillance, profiling, information gathering and report writing.

 

Responsible for the protection of life and property, prevention of crimes, apprehension of criminals, direction of vehicular and pedestrian traffic and the general enforcement of laws. Work is performed in accordance with departmental rules and regulations and normally consists of routine patrol, preliminary investigations and traffic regulation duties. Work involves an element of personal danger and should be able to act without direct supervision and to exercise independent discretion in meeting emergencies. Assignments and general and special instructions are received from superior officers who review work methods and results through personal inspections reports and discussions.

Apr 2008 - Present

Crime Intelligence Officer

Botswana Police Service

Based in Police Headquarters, within Crime Intelligence Branch, (CRIB) a unit/branch of Botswana Police Service, of which its mandate is mainly to oversee that Botswana Police Service, is Intelligence Led, Policing Public Security as well as Criminal Intelligence. Perform Accounts duties for the branch, as well being part of Technical Support and Intelligence operatives.

Apr 2008 - Present

Accounts Officer

Crime Intelligence Branch

Responsible for maintaining financial, accounting, administrative and personnel   services in order to meet statutory requirements and support Organisation operations. Preparing financial statements, maintaining cash controls, personnel administration, purchasing, maintaining accounts payable and managing office operations. Work within the Financial Instruction and Procedures, Police Service policies and procedures and in compliance with all financial instructions and procedures.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Administer and monitor the financial system in order to ensure that the Organisation/Branch finances are maintained in an accurate and timely manner

Main Activities

  • Assist with preparation of the budget
  • Implement financial policies and procedures
  • Establish and maintain cash controls
  • Establish, maintain and reconcile the general ledger
  • Establish and maintain supplier accounts
  • Processes supplier invoices
  • Maintain the purchase order system
  • Ensure data is entered into the system
  • Ensure transactions are properly recorded and entered into the
  • computerized     accounting system (GABS)
  • Prepare monthly financial statements
  • Prepare quarterly reports and report on variances
  • Use the computerized accounting system (GABS)
  • Maintain financial files and records

 

Maintain the accounts payable and accounts receivable systems in order to ensure complete and accurate records of all moneys

Main Activities

  • Ensure the safeguarding of all Branch funds
  • Issue, code and prepare purchase orders
  • Reconcile the accounts payable

 

Administer employee files and records in order to ensure accurate payment of allowances

Main Activities

  • Administer benefit entitlements
  • Verify and report on benefits payments
  • Submit remittances
  • Maintain confidential employee files effective office management

 

Provide efficient and effective office management

Main Activities

  • Order office supplies
  • Manage the filing, storage and security of documents
  • Respond to inquiries
  • Manage the repair and maintenance of computer and office equipment
  • Maintain confidential employee files

Cellphone Forensic Officer

  • Advising investigators on the availability and reliability of digital evidence
  • Working with investigators to acquire digital evidence through onsite & lab searches
  • Conducting examinations of digital evidence and preparing investigation lead to investigators
  • Conducting interviews and taking statements in relation to cellphone/computer evidence
Apr 2004 - Jun 2008

Security Intelligence Operative Officer

Botswana Police Service

Based at Sir Seretse Khama International Airport (SSKIA), Gaborone, under Security Intelligence Services (SIS), as Intelligence operative, (field Intelligence operative) of Botswana Police Services, of which its mandate was to oversee national Security (Botswana) and public Security as well as protection of heads of state.

Jul 1996 - Mar 2004

General Duty Officer

Botswana Police Service

Patrol designated areas to preserve law and order, to prevent and discover the commission of crime, to direct traffic at crossings and street intersections, and to enforce motor vehicle operation and regulations. Attend calls and complaints involving automobile accidents, robberies, other delinquencies. At the scene of crime, administers emergency first aid, conducts preliminary investigations, gathers evidence, interviews witnesses and makes arrests. Testifies as a witness in court. Interviews persons with complaints and inquiries and attempts to make proper disposition or directs them to proper authorities. Give advice on laws and regulations and general information to the public. Participate in individual and group training activities.

Education

Education
Mar 2009 - Jul 2010

International Diploma in Computers studies (NCC Education IDCS)

INSTITUTE of DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT
Feb 1990 - Nov 1992

GEC

Moeng College (Senior Secondary)
Jan 1988 - 1989

Secondary Junior Cerficate

Maunatlala Community Junior Secondary School
Jan 1979 - Oct 1987

Primary School Leaving Examination

Maunatlala Primary School

Skills

Skills

Cost

technical unit

computer program

induction course

Robberies