South African Police Service (SAPS): Youth Development Trainee Internship Programme 2024

South African Police Service (SAPS): Youth Development Trainee Internship Programme 2024

Generic requirements to join South African Police Service

*Be a South African citizen
*Must be in possession of National Senior Certificate or equivalent (NCV L4)
*Must have no previous criminal conviction(s) or case(s) pending
*Applicants must be unemployed, never employed in the field of the advertised post and never participated in an internship programme in the relevant field of the post
*Applicants must be residents of the Province where the post is advertised
*Applicants are restricted to applying for only three (3) posts and complete a separate application form for each post reference number.

Intern categories with minimum requirements:

Graduate Intern: Tertiary Qualification is required
Student Intern: Practical experience required by the Tertiary Institution for learners to finalise their
qualification (letter from the Institution not older than two (2) years must be attached).

Application Process:

Interested candidates should adhere to the following application procedures:

  • Obtain the official application form available at SAPS Head Office or provincial offices, Human Resource Management, or on the SAPS Website.
  • Complete the application form and submit it along with a detailed CV and copies of required documents to the specified email addresses or physical addresses provided in the advertisement.
  • Ensure all application materials reach the designated office on or before the closing date and time specified.
  • Obtain a reference number as proof of registration of the application.
  • For inquiries, contact SMS Appointment Administration at SAPS Head Office.
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Important Notes:

  • Only the official application form provided in the advertisement will be accepted. The use of any other application form may result in rejection.
  • All instructions on the application form must be followed meticulously to avoid rejection.
  • Candidates must disclose any criminal, departmental, or disciplinary offenses, investigations, or pending matters.
  • Successful candidates will undergo security vetting and clearance processes.
  • Appointments will be made in accordance with the SAPS Act, 1995.

Conclusion:

This is a unique opportunity for experienced professionals to contribute MGVF to the vital work of the South African Police Service.

If you possess the requisite qualifications and skills and are committed to making a difference in crime prevention and law enforcement, we encourage you to apply for this prestigious position.

Join SAPS in its mission to uphold safety and security in South Africa. Apply now and be part of a dedicated team working towards a safer future for all citizens.

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