Anambra Police begins recruitment of constables for community policing project

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Anambra State Police Command has begun recruiting Special Constables for the community policing project earlier approved by the Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Abubakar.

In a press release signed by the Anambra State Police Public Relation’s Officers, SP Haruna Mohammed, the command said the exercise which started on the 9th of March, will last for two weeks from the date of commencement.

It invited interested candidates to report at the nearest Police Divisional Headquarters in their areas of jurisdiction within the state to undergo the required process.

The release by Haruna stated that, “Interested candidates must be between the ages of 21 to 49 years, be a resident of the locality where the exercise is scheduled to hold, must be physically fit and willing to serve his or her father land.

“Other requirements include possession of sound mind and without any criminal record.

“Candidates for the exercise are also expected to obtain the engagement forms at the venues of the exercise and are required to conduct themselves in a peaceful manner throughout the period of the exercise which takes place daily by eight o’clock in the morning.”

Tribunepoint Weekly gathered that 50 youths, consisting of males and females will be employed from each of the 179 communities of the state for the project.

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