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Police to begin enlistment of professionals

The Ghana Police Service would from Monday September 5, open application for another set of new recruits. This exercise will target degree holders and professionals including lawyers with at least three years working experience.

Meanwhile, the police will from next week, release the list of recruits in the recent recruitment exercise.

Public Relations Director of the Ghana Police Service, Superintendent Cephas Arthur, said the purpose of the exercise will help bring more professionals in the service.

“We have various levels of enlistment or recruitment into the service. We have basic recruitment to start from the scratch; constables and then you climb up. And then we have another level being graduate recruitment then we have another one for professionals.”

“We have another one for people with vocations then we have for medical specialists, auditors, the engineering aspect of communication, public relations practitioners, legal officers, people with statistics background, clinical psychologists, biochemistry, those people are all going to have slots within this particular enlistment,” he added.

Police recruits more personnel

The Police administration about two months commenced enlistment of new officers into the service.

Six arrested for falsifying documents

Meanwhile, six people were arrested by the Police in the Ashanti Region for falsifying documents to be enlisted into the service during the recent recruitment exercise.

They are Attah Aggrey Marfo (22), Bosompem Appiah, (23), Baffour Kyei Emmanuel, (21), Boateng Frimpong Randorf, (24), Kofi Nti, (24) and Kuma Richard, (25).

The suspects were among the over 6,000 applicants who were going through various stages of recruitment in to the service at the Ashanti Regional Police Training School.

By: Godwin A. Allotey/citifmonline.com/Ghana

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