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finally the police screening list is out.check ur name on www.police. gov. gh and the screening  date is 18 July 2016

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Police recruitment: List of selected applicants out July 13 Saturday 9th July , 2016 6:00 am Ghana Police The Ghana Police Service has announced that the list of approved applicants from its recruitment process will be posted on Wednesday, July 13, 2016. According to a statement from the service signed by the Director of Public Affairs, Cephas Arthur, the list will be posted at “all Regional and District Police Commands as well as all Police Training Schools.” Police begin recruitment ahead of November polls The list will also be published on the official website of the Police Service – www.police.gov.gh – on the said date. The statement directed applicants who are approved to present themselves at the Recruitment centres in their respective regions from July 18 to July 22, for the next stage of the recruitment process. The approved applicants are to bring with them, a copy of the print out of the reply to their online application indicating their qualification to the next stage, an original copy of their birth certificate, an original copy of their Junior High School (JHS) certificate, an original copy of Senior High School (SHS) certificates and two passport-size photographs. Although the new online system has encountered some technical challenges with many applicants having difficulties accessing the forms, this year’s recruitment process has largely been devoid of the problems seen in previous years. Here’s the full statement from the Police Service: POLICE RECRUITMENT The Police Administration wishes to inform the general public, especially Police recruitment applicants, who have qualified to the next stage of the recruitment process that the selection exercise has been scheduled for Monday 18th July to 22nd July, 2016. Furthermore, the list of all qualified applicants will be posted at all Regional and District Police Commands as well as all Police Training Schools across the country by Wednesday 13th July, 2016. All qualified candidates are, hereby, requested to visit the above-named Police Commands and Police Training Schools closest to them on Wednesday 13th July, 2016 to find out where they have been placed for the selection exercise. Applicants can also log onto police website: www.police.gov.gh with effect from 13th July 2016 for the same information. On the reporting day-18th July, 2016, qualified candidates are required to bring along the following document and items. Copy of the print out of reply to online application indicating their qualification to the next stage. Original copy of birth certificate. Original Copy of J.S.H certificate. Original copy of S.H.S certificate Two (2) passport-size photographs Candidates are also advised to make arrangement to stay for the entire duration of the process. Recruitment centres across the country are as follows: S/NO. REGION CITY VENUE 1. Greater Accra Accra National Police Training School, Tesano 2. Eastern Koforidua Police Training School 3. Central Cape Coast Jubilee Park 4. Western Sekendi-Takoradi Jubilee Park 5. Volta Ho Police Training School 6. Ashanti Kumasi Police Training School 7. Brong Ahafo Sunyani Jubilee Park 8. Northern Tamale Jubilee Park 9. Upper East Bolgatanga Police Training School, Pwalugu 10. Upper West Wa Jubilee Park The Police further wishes to caution applicants that anyone who produces forged or fake document, either academic certificate or birth certificate, will be arrested and prosecuted. SGND DIRECTOR/PUBLIC AFFAIRS [CEPHAS ARTHUR] SUPERINTENDANT OF POLICE By: citifmonline.com/Ghana MORE ON CITIFMONLINE.COM.
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