Dubai Police announces 150 vacancies

Abdallah Shahin - | Business

By announcing the availability of 150 job opportunities for national and reserve service recruits, the Dubai Police General Command is providing these individuals with the opportunity to become part of an innovative and advanced police work environment that has been recognized with local and international awards.

This came during the participation of the Dubai Police General Command in the activities of the National Service Recruitment Fair 2024, which is being held at the Dubai Exhibition Center in Expo City Dubai. The exhibition is organized by the National and Reserve Service Authority, and continues for three days.

In implementation of the directives of the Commander-in-Chief of Dubai Police, Lieutenant General Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri, the Assistant Commander-in-Chief of Dubai Police for Administrative Affairs, Major General Ahmed Rafii, confirmed the keenness of the Dubai Police General Command to participate in the exhibition. This was done in order to provide opportunities for National and Reserve Service recruits to serve their country within the capacity of the Task Force. Dubai Police Department.

He pointed out in his statements that Dubai Police has been keen to participate in the National Service Recruitment Fair since it was held for the first time. He also pointed out that Dubai Police has worked hard over the past few years to provide job opportunities for recruits in a variety of jobs that will allow them to achieve their future goals and make the most of their potential and abilities in the field of law enforcement.

As part of its efforts to provide assistance to individuals who have successfully completed the requirements of the National Service Training Program, Director of the General Department of Human Resources, Major General Dr. Saleh Abdullah Murad, confirmed that Dubai Police was keen to offer 150 vacant positions for National Service recruits this year. In addition, he stated that Dubai Police was keen to provide these slots.

He stated that Dubai Police is keen to provide military jobs for national service members through their participation in the exhibition. This comes in support of the visions and goals of the wise leadership of the United Arab Emirates towards the people of the country, and its commitment to providing them with the best job opportunities, achieving Emiratisation goals, and supporting national service recruits. Providing employment and education opportunities for them.

Lieutenant Colonel Hamad bin Dafoos, Director of the Selection and Employment Department at the General Department of Human Resources, explained that the Dubai Police platform at the 2024 recruitment exhibition for national and reserve service recruits has begun receiving national service recruits. This information was provided by Lieutenant Colonel Hamad bin Dafoos.

He stated that the platform provides members who are about to join the national service with smart devices that allow them to register for the job they wish to join, obtain a number, then submit all the necessary papers, and finally set a date for the personal interview. .

Conditions for applying for the vacant positions in Dubai Police that have been announced:

Those wishing to join Dubai Police are required to fulfill the registration conditions, which include the following: The applicant must be a citizen of the country, must not be less than 18 years old, must have a high school diploma, must be less than 165 cm tall, and must be Proportionate to its length. Having weight.

He went on to say that in order to be hired by Dubai Police, a person must meet a number of requirements. These successes include passing smart tests, passing the personal interview, and successfully passing medical examinations. In addition, the applicant must not have been convicted in the past of a crime involving moral turpitude or dishonesty, nor must he have been dismissed from the military or stripped of his military rank. Or you may be released from any security, military, or civilian agency you work for.

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