Ghana Police Service is one of the cherished security services by many graduates in Ghana. It’s quite difficult to be enlisted in to Ghana Police Service as a graduate, therefore people keep trying their best to get access.
According to the constitution of Ghana, graduates or persons who attained the age of 18 are mandated to serve the country for a period of 12 months as a civic duty.
The Police Service has issued a statement of them (Ghana Police) preparing 200 National Service Personnel to assist them.
In their post, they stated that, about 200 National Service Personnel are to serve under the unit of ‘Urban Traffic Concept’. It further stated that, they are organizing a three day orientation programme for the personnel at the National Police Training School in Tesano-Accra.
The Ghana Police Service, in their post, made it clear that, the Urban Traffic Concept is co-managed by Ghana Police and the National Service Scheme, which uses National Service Personnel from the various Tertiary Institutions to assist the Ghana Police manage traffic on the roads.
At the ceremony where they made these know to the public, the Inspector General Police (IGP) was represented by the Director-General Private Security Organizaion, COP/Mr. Alphonse Adu Amankwah.
COP Alphonse Adu Amankwah advice the 200 National Service Personnel to be discipline and hardworking in delivering their duties with the Ghana Police Service.
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Will you wish to do your National Service with the Ghana Police Service?
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