Do you Know that, Looking For Job One Thing and Having what it takes to get the Job in question is another bigger fact.
Do you have what it takes to be a Police Officer? If ‘YES’, Here is what best for you;
The South African Police Service (SAPS) is calling on you and me from all walks of life ranging from 18 to 30 Years of age to come and Join the service.
I know from the look of things you have what it takes also note that the official advert stated on Tuesday and can be found on the SAPS official site at https://www.saps.gov.za under the careers of a section and in a various website like News24 also newspapers national, provincially and locally.
South African Police Service Recruitment Requirements
•Candidates must be between the ages of 18 and 30
•In possession of a Grade 12 certificate
•Proficient in at least two languages, of which one must be English
•Prepared to take the oath of office
•No criminal record/no pending criminal cases
•Young people must also possess leadership skills and regard themselves as honest, focused, highly driven, and are passionate about policing, are encouraged to apply.
Note: applicants must also ensure that they have never been caught on the wrong side of the law.
However, many who has pending criminal charges and criminal records also those you have previously served in a government department who were subsequently dismissed due to misconduct have also been discouraged from Applying. Tage a waste of time for your case has dismissed your Qualification to Apply. and For more note on South African Police Service Recruitment Requirements below;
Please Attend to the Following Important Directives
·The application form must be completed in your own handwriting. All instructions on the application form must be adhered to. Failure to do so may result in the application being turned down.
·An original application form and CV must be submitted. Copies will not be accepted.
·In filling the above post, an applicant whose appointment will promote representatives may receive preference.
·The South African Police Service is not under any obligation to fill a post after it has been advertised.
·Enquiries can be directed to the contact person mentioned in the advertisement. more are on the Form.
How To Apply For South African Police Service Recruitment
As you have reviewed the Above requirements here is the best way to Apply for South African Police Service Recruitment in a blink of an Eye. All Right; I mean with these steps it will be easier for you to Apply Now.
First: you Should Note the South African Police Service Recruitment Form is Free of charge and you can Download now.
Once you have downloaded the form, you can Right-click and Tap Open with Microsoft Word
on the Application Form scroll Down to the second Column and Read the Full requirement details depending on the post you whist to Apply.
Solutions to common mistakes when Filling Application forms
However, Most people do make these common mistakes when Filling Application forms and I recommend you to take very clear note on them;
Clean your hands properly
Don’t give anybody your Application form to Fill for you
Always Fill your Form with Capital Letter of the Alphabet or else otherwise stated
Don’t Make use of Correction Flowed
Make sure your personal Info is correct
Use your Correct Date of Birth
Don’t Fill Any Column you don’t Understand
To help you More, make a List of what you will fill in another paper before you start Filling the Application Form from your Correct List.
South African Police Service Recruitment Phases
The duration of the Learning Programme will be 24 months, of which 12 months will be at the Academy and 12 months in the workplace. It will consist of two phases at the academy and one phase in the workplace.
Phase One: Academy (10 months)
Foundational phase – will mainly focus on acquiring necessary knowledge and skills.
Practical application of knowledge and skills
Phase Two: Workplace experience (12 months)
Workplace exposure at a station
Phase Three: Academy (2 months)
Integrated assessments For More Info click Here SAPS.