Over 10,000 Police recruits who were shortlisted in the concluded exercise will report to various training centers on Friday next week April 29th.
Inspector General Of Police Joseph Boinett has said that the shortlisted will collect their recruitment documents in their various police headquarters.
“Kindly note that these documents will be issued free of charge and no fees whatsoever are chargeable. All recruits will be expected to report to their designated colleges on 29th April 2016.”
This comes after a nationwide police recruitment that was conducted in April 4 from 8am to 5pm across the 47 counties.
“We have had a lot to learn from the past, and we have taken cognisance of the need to have a recruitment that is going to expose the young men and women to policing standards that meet the conditions in which we live today,” NPSC chairman Johnston Kavuludi said during the recruitment.
Last year’s recruitment exercise was cancelled following a public outcry of rampant corruption and bribery cases. The recruitment exercise was overseen by the IG’s office under the 2015 Recruitment Regulations that were passed by parliament.