We have been keeping you updated with all the government agencies that have been recruiting since late last year.
We told y’all about the Ghana Police Service vacancies that have been made available.
Yes, filing applications have ended, but the police recruitment exercise is now in the next phase.
The exercise is continuing with a body selection and physical screening from the 29th January, 2018 at all screening centres.
“Qualified applicants from the online recruitment portal shall receive SMS messages from the Ghana Police Service from 23rd January 2018 (yesterday) advising them to log into their accounts on the recruitment portal for the necessary details. The details shall include assigned screening centre and specific date that the individual applicant is to report at the centre,” a Ghana Police Service statement said.
Basically, if you did apply and all your documents checked out and met the on-paper selection criteria, then you should have received or would be receiving an SMS from the police. Now, when the body reselection and physical screening starts, don’t just show up, you must only visit the centre on your appointed date – not earlier and definitely not later.
But if you applied in 2016 and you didn’t get selected, don’t worry, there’s still a slim chance for you, because “shortlisted applicants from the 2016 manual application shall receive SMS messages from the Ghana Police Service with instructions on how to log on to the recruitment portal for the necessary details.”
Please keep your mobile phones and email accounts active if you haven’t received your message yet. For email, we advise that you check your spam from time to time, the message might land there.
However, please note that this is the Ghana Police you’re dealing and they have threatened that “any applicant who presents a forged document at the screening centre will be arrested and prosecuted.”
We don’t want that, do we now?
Also, the police administration wants you to know that there are no middlemen in the recruitment process and the advertised vacancies are not for sale, so don’t pay people expecting to land a police job.
See the full statement below: