Ghana Police opens recruitment process

Ghana Police opens recruitment process

- The police administration has started inviting applicants on standby from the 2016/2017 recruitment application process through their email addresses

- Applicants who will be contacted by the Police Service will be directed to report to the National Police Headquarters, Accra for further interactions

- The police further warned the public never to pay money to any unscrupulous persons

The Ghana Police Service has cautioned the public to be wary of fraudulent persons who may want to take advantage of them following the reopening of the police recruitment process.

According to the police, the application process for applicants from the 2016/2017 recruitment application is set to continue.

In a statement, posted on the Ghana Police Facebook page, the police said successful applicants will be directly contacted via emails provided.

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…applicants who will be contacted by the Police Service will be directed to report to the National Police Headquarters, Accra for further interactions.”

The police administration further cautioned the public to beware in order not to get defrauded by bad persons.

It added that Ghanaians must be alert and desist from paying money to anyone who assures them of any recruitment.

The police said under no circumstance should anyone pay money to be recruited into the service.

The police service said the public must endeavour to report anyone who requests money from them with the promise of getting them recruited.

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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,” the statement added.

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Source: Yen.com.gh

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