Police recruits sacked for possessing ‘fake’ certificates

Police recruits sacked for possessing ‘fake’ certificates

The Pwalugu police training school has sacked 22 police recruits undergoing trying for presenting ‘fake’ certificates.

Police recruits sacked for possessing ‘fake’ certificates

File photo of some of the prospective police recruits undergoing screening

The culprits, 14 women and eight men are alleged to have submitted fake admission letters and certificates for admission to the school.

WAEC confirmed as fake and doctored the certificates used by the affected recruits for their admission hence their dismissal,” commander of the training school, ACP Victor Adusei Poku told Citi FM in an interview.

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He further added that “the about 22 of police recruits were withdrawn because some of their admission letters they brought to the school, after vetting them on WAEC website, we realized that, they had their own names with their own certificates, but they took other people’s admission letters. And others too doctored their grades to meet our standard requirements so they were exposed by WAEC representatives and so we have dismissed them.”

ACP Adusei Poku opined that the culprits will be charge for misdemeanour. He advised the public who wish to join the police service to produce genuine documents when applying because they will be thoroughly scrutinised.

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