Management of the Ghana Police Service has released an update of the upcoming screening of applicants who applied for Recruitment into the Service.
According the Police Administration, applicants can now check date and venue for the scheduled screening and all documents required for submission to the center through the online portal.
The Police Administration has scheduled Thursday, 4th November, 2021 to Thursday 11th November, 2021 for the screening of General Duty Recruits, Tradesmen, Graduates-General and Graduate Professionals.
The date for the screening of Medical Professionals and Lawyers will be communicated later.
According to the Ghana Police Administration, applicants are to report to the screening centres with the following documents: proof of registration, birth certificate, JHS certificate and other appropriate certificates for the category applied for.
Applicants are expected to report to their assigned centres unaccompanied.
They are advised to strictly adhere to the scheduled date and time to avoid overcrowding and chaos at the screening centres.
The statement said the Director-General of the Ghana Police Service Kwasi Ofori said, “Applicants who fail to abide by the reporting protocols will be disqualified. We wish all the candidates the very best. We look forward to selecting the best
candidates to join us to maintain thee peace and security of this country.”
The notice added that, all applicants who applied for the Ghana Police Service Recruitment should kindly visit the website below to get the new update and also print their screening chit.
Aside the above online portal, qualified applicants can also visit where they filled their forms for the necessary assistance.
A BRIEF ABOUT THE GHANA POLICE SERVICE
The Ghana Police Service is mandated to maintain law and order. The mandate of the Police Service is found in the constitution of Ghana (1992), and further guided by laws such as the Police Service Act, 1970 (Act 350) and the Police Service regulation 2012 (C.I 76). The Ghana Police Service functions are to prevent and detect crime, to apprehend offenders and to maintain public order and safety of persons and properties.
The Ghana Police Service exists to deliver services in the crime prevention, detection, apprehension and prosecution of offenders, consistent with expectations of Ghanaian stakeholders for maximum protection, safe, secure and peaceful communities.
To be a world-class Police Service committed to the delivery of planned, democratic, protective and peaceful services.