ACP Kwesi Ofori, Acting Director General of the Police Public Affairs Directorate
The police administration has issued a stern warning to fraudsters who target job seekers to stay out of its next recruitment process.
“Any fraudster who wishes to take advantage of the publication of the Ghana Police Service 2021 recruitment process to defraud people will be treated ruthlessly according to the law,” said the Acting Director General of the Public Affairs Directorate of the Ghanaian Police Service. Ghana, Deputy Commissioner of Police (ACP) Mr. Kwesi Ofori, said last Monday in an interview.
He advised those seeking to join the Ghana Police Service to be vigilant and report any scammers who have used illegitimate means and social media platforms to defraud unsuspecting people.
âThe public should be wary of advertisers or people who charge an upfront fee for processing your applications. A real advertiser or employer will not ask you for money.
âFraudsters also ask for money transfers. No one should part with the money through an intermediary to facilitate their recruitment into the police services, âsaid ACP Mr. Ofori.
He said the public should also take note of crooks who have requested personal non-work information, such as “your appearance or marital status. A recruiter should only have to meet general requirements specified in the post.” .
ACP Mr. Ofori said that the police administration did not hire any intermediary for the recruitment process.
“Anyone who claims to sell recruiting forms should be ignored. We do not sell any recruiting forms for the process,” he warned.
He urged the aspiring recruits to “strictly adhere to the instructions set out in the advertisement published in state media, including the Daily Graphic.”
The police administration, he said, did not use any social media platform for recruiting
The government recently authorized the recruitment of staff. The Ghana Police Service has been authorized to employ approximately 5,000 people in the service.
An announcement announcing the 2021 Police Recruitment said the process would cover general service recruits, traders, general service graduates and professionals.
Professionals sought include communications and public affairs officers, language specialists, military lawyers (lawyers), clinical psychologists, medical specialists, pharmacists, physicians, radiologists, ultrasound technologists, anesthesiologists. certified, medical laboratory assistants, health informatics and nurses.
There are also opportunities for drivers, riders and mechanics of motor vehicles as part of the recruiting niches of traders.
Terms & Conditions
All applicants must meet the general requirements, in addition to some specific requirements for specific categories.
General requirements include being a Ghanaian, of good character, without a criminal record, not having been dismissed from any public service or other employment, be at least 173 centimeters for men and 163 centimeters for women and be in good physical condition. physical and medical form by Ghana Police Service Standards.
A number of people fell in love with fraudulent characters and parted ways with huge sums of money to be enlisted in the Ghana Police Service.
In March 2015, the service was hit by a scandal.
Hundreds of people showed up at five police training depots to enlist in the service, but they were disappointed. They discovered that their recruiting letters were fake and that the alleged enlistment was a scam.
The victims allegedly paid money ranging from GH Â¢ 2,000 to GH Â¢ 3,500 to the fraudster.
In June 2015, another Police Service recruiting scam duped around 500 people.
In March 2016, the Eastern Regional Police Command alerted the public to an online recruitment scam and pledged to do everything to track down those behind it.