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Police to hold recruitment campaign

   15 June 2017   l   Die Pos-span/The Post team    l   Views: 118   l   7 months ago  


The Bela-Bela police, in conjunction with the national and provincial police service, will be hosting a recruitment community outreach campaign for marketing purposes on Wednesday, 21 June.

According to a police statement, the aim of the campaign is to establish whether there are sufficient interest within the community and outlying areas for people who desire to work in law enforcement. The campaign is considered to be a community outreach campaign for the 2017/2018 financial year.

The event is scheduled to commence after 08:00 on Wednesday, where attendees will fill in a register and gain an understanding on how the police force works and how to become part of it, said Sergeant Hester van Zyl, spokesperson for the Bela-Bela police.

The current criteria for the police’s selection process is for applicants to be between the ages 18 and 30 years, must be physically fit and be in possession of a matric certificate.

Being in possession of a driver’s licence is not compulsory, but an advantage. Applicants with visible tattoos will be disqualified.

The recruitment drive at Bela-Bela will be held at the open grounds at the crossing of Potgieter and Chris Hani Streets.

Other areas to be visited within the policing area are Dwaalboom (20 June), Rooiberg (22 June), Thabazimbi (23 June), Northam (27 June), Rust de Winter (28 June) and Pienaarsrivier (29 June).

For more information on the campaign phone Van Zyl on tel. 072 729 0253.




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