-Online application for the 2017/2018 police enlistment will open on Monday, November 20
-Applicants have from Monday until December 24 to complete their registration
The 2017/2018 recruitment into the Ghana Police Service is scheduled to begin on Monday, November 20.
According to a statement released by the Police service on today [Thursday], November 16, "there are vacancies for "General Duty Recruits, Tradesmen Recruits, Graduates (General) and Graduate Professionals".
Applicants must, however, "satisfy all general requirements in addition to specific requirements for a chosen category", the statement added.
It further remind prospective applicants that "the application process shall be originated online, therefore, phyisical submission of application will not be acceptable".
While the sale of e-vouchers for the online application will end on December 15, the online application is scheduled to close on the midnight of December 24.
Here are the steps one has to go through before getting enlisted:
1. Online Registration:
Purchase an e-voucher at a cost of GHC50.00 from the Ghana Commercial Bank and complete online application form at https://police.gov.gh.services after which you will be prompted if you qualified
2. Body selection exercise and physical screening:
Applicants must wait for official communication from the police service via e-mail, sms and publication on the e-recruitment portal to come for a body selection exercise and physical screening of all relevant documents including birth certificates, academic certificates and transcripts.
Qualified applicants will be notified at the centre.
3. Examination and aptitude test:
General duty and graduate professional applicants will write an exam and aptitude test respectively.
All relevant information concerning this will be communicated to the applicants and those who become successful will be notified.
Graduate and professional applicants who pass the aptitude test will be invited for an interview.
4. Background checks and medical examination:
Applicants who pass the first three steps would be subjected to a thorough background check including vetting of certificates and check of criminal record.
5. Training and practical attachment:
Applicants will then be admitted for a three-month under-cadet training after which they will be posted for a six-month practical attachment at a police station.
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