Ghana Police To begin Massive Recruitment on November 20th, How To Apply
The Ghana Police Service will on Monday 20th November 2017, begin a massive recruitment drive aimed at enlisting personnel into all sectors of the service.
A statement signed by the Director-General of Human Resources Development at the Ghana Police Service, COP Beatrice Vib-Sanziri, listed close to 50 units which qualified personnel will be absorbed to fill.
The units include general duty, administration and health.
Interested persons are expected to purchase a voucher of GHc50 from the GCB Bank, to enable them to apply online via the Page
The statement added that, some of the potential recruits including those interested in “general duty” and “tradesman” will sit for a written examination after passing through the first stage of registration online.
Another set which comprises those applying as graduates and professionals, would also take an aptitude test.
The deadline for purchasing vouchers has been set on December 15, 2017, whilst online application closes at 23:59 hours GMT on Sunday 24, 2017.
The Police had embarked on a similar exercise in 2016 prior to the December 2016 general elections.
In that exercise, a total of 597 personnel were successfully recruited into the police service.
Recruitment into the police service and other security agencies, has become an avenue for scammers for years, who promise hundreds of despite people jobs and end up duping them.
Timbilla fired over 2015 recruitment scam
After two years of investigations into a botched police recruitment scam in 2015, a former Director General in-charge of Human Resource at the Ghana Police Service, COP Patrick Timbilla, was fired for his role in a major recruitment scam that hit the police service.
The former senior Police officer was interdicted after the incident, following his alleged role in the scam in January 2015.
Timbilla was subsequently placed under house arrest after he was implicated by some of the victims of the recruitment fraud.
A special task-force which was set up to investigate the matter, is said to have seen text message evidence and other correspondence between him and the victims of the scam.
In 2015, hundreds of men and women arrived at five police training depots for enlistments into the Ghana Police Service, but they were turned away after it was discovered that the enlistment was a scam and their recruitment letters were fake.
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