LESOTHO BACKGROUND CHECK

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PRODUCTS IN LESOTHO

OUR SERVICES IN LITHUANIA

A complete in-depth check of the applicant in regard with CCJ.

This check is to rectify if the applicant has been involved in any negative media articles in terms of public domain. Our technology is enabled to scrape out numerous media sources and get a detailed list of all the media articles where negative reviews have been published.

This check is conducted for companies who wish to gather such information about an employee which if left unchecked would leave a bad impact to the company.

Local police check is conducted in three various ways i.e. Basic, Standard and Enhanced. This depends on the client which check he opts for.

This check will let our client to know if the mentioned education details of an applicant are genuine or not. This check will confirm

  • Institution attended by the applicant
  • Date of attendance
  • Type of courses attended
  • Title of the course
  • Classification

All the basic details including name, address, date of birth are all checked by cross-referencing the provided details against approved databases.

Data Protection

Data Protection Laws Not Found

Police Background Check Procedures

Who can apply?

• Individuals can apply themselves
• Third representatives, such as the British Consulate may also apply

Where?

• Application should be made at the charge office in Maseru

What must the applicant supply?

• Certified copies of fingerprints
• Certified copies of passports
• Letter explaining why the police clearance certificate is needed.

What are the costs / turnaround times?

• The clearance certificate can take up to four months. There is no additional charge aside from the cost of finger prints.

Contact Details

High Commission of the Kingdom of Lesotho
7 Chesham Place
Belgravia
SW1X 8HN
Monday-Friday 09:00-16:00
Tel: 020 7235 5686
Fax: 020 7235 5023
Email: lhc@lesotholondon.org.uk
Website: www.lesotholondon.org.uk
Police clearance certificates are processed through Lesotho Mounted Police Service. There is no website.

Travel Risk

Security

The decision to travel is your responsibility. You are also responsible for your personal safety abroad. The purpose of this Travel Advice is to provide up-to-date information to enable you to make well-informed decisions.

Exercise a high degree of caution and maintain a high level of personal security awareness at all times and in all places in Lesotho.

There were reports of an attempted coup in Maseru on August 30, 2014. The security situation remains unpredictable and could change rapidly. There is no visible police presence at night. After dark, avoid travelling and remain in your hotel or place of residence. Avoid gatherings and demonstrations, monitor news reports and follow the advice of local authorities.

Crime

Petty crime, such as pickpocketing, purse snatching and mugging, is prevalent and increases at night and on weekends. Violent crime has increased, particularly in the capital, Maseru, between local hotels and the business district. Foreigners are often targeted.

Armed robbery, carjacking and residential break-ins occur, especially in Maseru and other large towns, including Maputsoe and Leribe. Foreigners, especially tourists, members of foreign missions and other expatriate professionals have experienced such incidents.

Avoid walking alone, even during daylight hours. Walking or driving after dark is extremely risky.Do not resist assailants if attacked or robbed and avoid eye contact if possible.

Road travel

Traffic drives on the left. Local driving habits pose a risk in Maseru. Livestock, pedestrians, vehicles moving without lights and other hazards are frequently encountered on the roads. Ensure windows are closed and doors locked at all times. Offering rides to hitchhikers is dangerous. Remain vigilant when stopping at scenic points or rest stations. There are few gas stations outside of cities and large towns. There are no road side assistance services operating in Lesotho. You should park in well-lit areas.

All Lesotho-South Africa border crossings and eight of Lesotho’s 10 district capitals are linked by good roads. It can take a very long time to get through border crossings. Rural communities are linked by secondary gravel roads that are in bad condition, poorly lit and best suited to four-wheel drive vehicles. Many rural areas, particularly in the mountainous two thirds of the country, can be reached only by basic dirt roads or on horseback.

Public Transportation

Avoid using minibus taxis; they are poorly maintained and often involved in accidents.

See Transportation Safety in order to verify if national airlines meet safety standards.

Road travel

Traffic drives on the left. Local driving habits pose a risk in Maseru. Livestock, pedestrians, vehicles moving without lights and other hazards are frequently encountered on the roads. Ensure windows are closed and doors locked at all times. Offering rides to hitchhikers is dangerous. Remain vigilant when stopping at scenic points or rest stations. There are few gas stations outside of cities and large towns. There are no road side assistance services operating in Lesotho. You should park in well-lit areas.

All Lesotho-South Africa border crossings and eight of Lesotho’s 10 district capitals are linked by good roads. It can take a very long time to get through border crossings. Rural communities are linked by secondary gravel roads that are in bad condition, poorly lit and best suited to four-wheel drive vehicles. Many rural areas, particularly in the mountainous two thirds of the country, can be reached only by basic dirt roads or on horseback.

Public Transportation

Avoid using minibus taxis; they are poorly maintained and often involved in accidents.

See Transportation Safety in order to verify if national airlines meet safety standards.

General safety information

You should carry identification documents at all times.

Remain vigilant at all times and ensure that personal belongings and travel documents are secure.

Tourist facilities are developing in Lesotho but remain very limited. Check the level of security provided at the hotel or accommodation you are contemplating before making reservations.

Car rentals are available in Maseru. Cars rented in South Africa may be brought into Lesotho with a letter of authorization from the rental company. Some rental companies do not issue letters of authorization.

For emergency assistance, dial 112 or 588-81-010 and 115 for the fire department.

Annual Cases

Budget Autonomy No
Annual Budget of the Agency M18,672,000.00
Per Capital Expenditure $ (US) 6.67
Expeniture as % of the GDP 0.39 %
Are employees protected by law from recrimination or other negative consequences when reporting corruption (i.e. whistle-blowing)? Yes
Does your country have freedom of information legislation? No
Does your country have conflict of interest legislation? Yes
Does your country have a financial disclosure system to help prevent conflicts of interest? Yes
Who appoints the head of your agency? The Prime Minister
Who has the authority to remove the head of the ACA? The Prime Minister in accordance with the law. DG has security of tenure.
Is there any term limit for the head of the ACA? Yes , five-year term
Does your agency measure performance? Yes
Number of investigations launched
Other, please specify
Number of public education activities undertaken
Number of reports alleging acts of corruption lodged with DCEO by members of the public.
Number of recommendations implemented from systems analysis (corruption audit)
Number of Cases prosecuted
Full access to Government Yes

Address Format

RECIPIENT

P.O. Box OFFICE_BOX_NUMBER
LOCALITY POSTAL_CODE
LESOTHO

Sample

Thomas Abo
P.O. Box 5792
KHUKHUNE 452
LESOTHO

Summary

Lesotho GDP Last Previous Highest Lowest Unit
GDP 2.23 2.33 2.49 0.03 USD Billion
GDP Annual Growth Rate 3.40 6.50 26.40 -13.51 percent
GDP per capita 978.28 934.09 978.28 197.38 USD
GDP per capita PPP 2503.32 2390.26 2503.32 1306.81 USD
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