Metro Police Application Forms 2022 – How to Apply

The Metro Police invite suitably qualified unemployed youth who meet the following requirements to apply for a post of Professional Metro Police Officer.

Metro Police Application Forms 2022: Duration / Programme Overview

12-month training that consists of:

SA law Overload control
Criminal law Basic accident recording
Specific common law crimes Completion of Section 56 & 341
Criminal Procedure Act Dangerous goods
Law of evidence Incident management
Constitutional law Stop and approach of vehicles
Administrative powers Practical survival skills
Powers derived from certain legislation Basic first aid
Use of force Drill manoeuvres
Interpretation of statues; Physical fitness
Animal Protection Act Physical Education
NRTA 29/1989 & 93/1996 Selected fire-arm skills
Systematic examination of vehicles Dimensions and projections on vehicles
By-law policing

Basic Requirement for Metro Police Officers

Before applying for a Tshwane Metro Police post, you must meet the following requirements:

  • Be a South African citizen
  • Be between 18 to 35
  • Have Matric/grade 12 certificate
  • Have a valid driver’s licence
  • Possess good communication skills
  • Be prepared to work under pressure
  • Not have a tattoo
  • Be physically and mentally fit
  • Be a resident of Tshwane
  • No criminal record

NB: APPLICATIONS ARE ACCEPTED ONLY WHEN POSTS HAVE BEEN ADVERTISED.

Units

After completing training there are different units that one can join, such as:

  • Bicycle Unit
  • By-law Unit
  • Investigation Unit
  • Communication Unit
  • Dog Unit/K9
  • Equestrian Unit
  • Regional Policing Unit
  • Freeway/Speed Unit
  • Task team /Motorbike Unit
  • Social crime Unit
  • Taxi Unit
  • TRT – Tactical Rapid Transport
  • Diplomatic Unit
  • Road Policing Unit
  • Crime Prevention Unit
  • Cable Theft Unit
  • Employee Wellness Unit
  • Ceremonial Unit
  • Logistics Unit
  • Drug Unit
  • Fitness Unit
  • Transgression Unit

How to Apply:

The process to follow after the positions are advertised is as follows:

  • A complete CV — stating all the information of the candidate — must be handed in to the Tshwane recruitment officers, before the closing date of the advertisement.
  • The Human Resources Division will handle the pre-selection of the candidates.
  • A specific pre-selection process will be followed as indicated by the Department of Community Safety. All selection criteria for evaluations are determined by the HOD or his/her nominee.
  • After completing the pre-selection process, candidates will undergo interviews and medical evaluation.
  • After these processes, the top successful candidates will be appointed as student constables.

The Human Resource Management Section will advertise positions when available.

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