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Western Cape SAPS is recruiting trainee police constables

No details have been released about the deceased police captain yet, as SAPS management has yet to consult his family.

Western Cape South African Police Services (SAPS) is currently recruiting police trainee constables, with no previous experience. The entry level recruitment will last until Friday 18 January.

Recent matric graduates and South African citizens are encouraged to apply. Captain Hen Hendricks the police spokesperson said applicants must be fit physically and mentally as they would go through some tests.

Basic requirements include a light vehicle drivers license (only 10% candidates will be recruited without a license) ,proficiency in at least 2 official languages of which one must be English, a body mass index of less than 30 as well as the ability to carry a firearm.

Candidates without any previous convictions, pending cases in the courts and visible tattoo markings are encouraged to apply.

Successful candidates will take an oath of office and go through a training process.

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