2016/2017 Police Recruitment Exercise resumed-Police

The Police Administration has announced the recruitment application process for applicants on standby from 2016/2017 recruitment year.

A notice posted on the Facebook page if the police service said, “applicants who will be contacted by the Police Service will be directed to report to the National Police Headquarters, Accra for further interactions.”

Meanwhile, it has cautioned the public to be cautious if some unscrupulous individuals who may want to take advantage of the situation and extort from them.

“The General Public should be aware that some unscrupulous persons may want to take advantage of this exercise to defraud them. Under no circumstance should anybody pay money or part with any valuable item on the promise that he/she will be recruited into the Ghana Police Service.”

Persons who are asked to pay money have been advised to report it the police for appropriate action to be taken.

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UPDATE ON 2016/2017 POLICE RECRUITMENT

The Police Administration has started inviting Applicants on standby from the 2016/2017 recruitment application process through the email addresses already provided to the Police Service by the Applicants. Applicants who will be contacted by the Police Service will be directed to report to the National Police Headquarters, Accra for further interactions.

The General Public should be aware that some unscrupulous persons may want to take advantage of this exercise to defraud them. Under no circumstance should anybody pay money or part with any valuable item on the promise that he/she will be recruited into the Ghana Police Service.

Anybody who is asked to pay money for Police recruitment should report the person requesting for payment to the nearest Police Station or call 191 or 18555 to make a report.

By: Rashid Obodai Provencal

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