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February 15, 2019 at 1:01 pm #753950BabylonBoopsGuest
MUNICIPAL POLICE CONSTABLE VACANCY (RANGE 21/24C) IN THE STATUTORY AUTHORITIES SERVICE COMMISSION (SASC) Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons from within and outside the Statutory Authorities Service Commission (SASC) for appointment to the above mentioned office.
Application for Municipal Police
Application for Municipal Police
SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION
Interested persons are asked to submit their application form and resumé, with copies of two (2) letters of reference
not more than three (3) months old, a Police Certificate of Character not more than three (3) months old or evidence
of having applied for same, an electronic generated Birth Certificate, National Identification Card, Driving Permit or
Passport and relevant academic certificates
Address application to:
Ministry of Rural Development and Local Government
Long Circular Road
Service Commissions Department and on the website at http://www.scd.org.tt.
The minimum age of recruitment of officers shall be seventeen (17) years, and except where otherwise specified, the
maximum age of recruitment shall be fifty (50) years in accordance with the Regulation 16(1) of the Civil Service
Regulations Chapter 23:01 of the Laws of Trinidad and Tobago
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Update on Municipal Police Service recruitment
The Ministry of Rural Development and Local Government continues to work in close collaboration with the Ministry of National Security, Public Service Commission (PSC) and the Statutory Authority Service Commission (SASC) to develop and implement a system that will expand our Municipal Police Service and improve the safety of all citizens.
In efforts to better serve the people of our country, we have been engaging Service Commissions to ensure that the procedure for recruitment and training is carefully assessed and that there are little to no setbacks with the increase complement of officers across the burgesses. Minister Haji Kazim Hosein continues to reiterate the importance of community policing throughout the country saying, “Every citizen living in a city, region or borough must know their Municipal Police and officers patrolling their communities so that they can reach out to them when the need arises. Increasing the Municipal Police Service is a part of local government reform and a part of the vision of this Government”.
Out of the 488 candidates who were interviewed in 2017, approximately 350 persons will advance to the next stage which is Screening, and Medical and Psychological testing. Thorough background checks will be conducted by the Municipal Police Service with assistance from the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) where necessary. While this is in progress, the Ministry’s Human Resources Unit is in discussion with Service Commissions regarding the preparation of temporary appointment letters for all successful candidates. Once this phase is completed, the four (4) month training will commence with 150 candidates per batch.
Concurrently SASC which is responsible for the recruitment for the Port of Spain and San Fernando City Corporations, and the Arima and Point Fortin Borough Corporations, is in the process of interviewing the 700 plus persons who were shortlisted in December 2017.
The Ministry of Rural Development and Local Government will continue to work assiduously towards increasing the current complement of officers by 1107, in order to ensure greater comfort and security to all citizens across our beloved country.
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