Namibian Police Force (NAMPOL) Recruitment 2024/2025 Application Portal

Namibian Police Force (NAMPOL) Recruitment 2024: The Namibian Police Force is looking for qualified and eligible personnel who are passionate about policing and serving the Namibian people. This recruitment exercise has already begun, as the deadline for the NAMPOL recruitment is 12 January 2024.

To successfully submit your application, kindly visit the police regional headquarters or a police station in your area. For more information about the Namibian Police Force (NAMPOL) Recruitment 2024, kindly read through this article carefully.

Is NAMPOL Recruitment Form Out?

The Recruitment exercise for the Namibian Police Force is currently ongoing, the portal for application has been opened, and all eligible applicants are to forward their applications starting from 7th December 2023 to Friday, January 29, 2024.

If you have not applied, please be fast about it, as time is no longer on your side.

Below are the official requirements for the NAMPOL application. We also release the application processes for the ongoing Namibian Police Force (NAMPOL) Recruitment, so that you won’t have much problem with the registration.

Available NAMPOL Job Position 2024

  • Job title                         :  Cadet constable
  • Salary grade                : Grade 13
  • Salary scale                  : NS 74,733 – 97,180
  • Number of posts        :  1180
  • Duty station                 :  Countrywide

Requirements For Namibian Police Force (NAMPOL) Recruitment

Possess a legitimate Grade 12 NSSCO/H or Grade 11 Certificate (New Curriculum) School Certificate with at least twenty-five (25) points or higher in six (6) subjects, including an “E” symbol in English.
Candidates must:

  • Requirements: – Namibian citizenship – Age range: 18–35 years old
  • Provide proof of his or her age with a certified copy of the Identity Document (ID);
  • Be free of mental or physical abnormalities, diseases, or infirmities that will most likely interfere with the correct execution of responsibilities;
  • Be willing to submit himself or herself to a comprehensive medical checkup, which includes a physical examination;
  • Be willing to undertake a pregnancy test, in the event of female applicants.
  • Allow his or her fingerprints to be taken to determine prior convictions.
  • Not have been convicted of any offense or have a pending case under Schedule 1, and must have a good character.
  • Prepare to take the declaration of accession to office, as specified in Schedule A of the Police Regulations.
  • Possess good communication skills and command of the official language.
  • Prepare to undertake police training.
  • Prepare to be deployed anywhere, including remote places far from home or place of origin; Prepare to take interviews, and written, and physical testing.
  • A valid Code B or higher driver’s license will be an added benefit.

Applicants with pending cases or prior convictions will not be accepted. All candidates must declare their medical issues in the health questionnaire (156094). Failure to do so will result in automatic disqualification.

General Duties and Responsibilities

The incumbents will be accountable for the:

  • Maintaining law and order,
  • preserving Namibia’s internal security,
  • investigating suspected offenses,
  • preventing crime, and
  • protecting lives and property.

How Do I Apply for Namibian Police Force Recruitment?

The Namibian Police Force Recruitment uses an online application facility to submit applications. To apply, take the following steps:

  • Go to the Namibian Police Force Recruitment webpage at https://nampol.gov.na/.
  • Before establishing an account, please review the information provided.
  • Log into your freshly created account.
  • Complete the application and upload any necessary files.
  • Please double-check your application before submitting it.

Key Points to Remember About NAMPOL Recruitment

Please note that all application forms No.156043 and 156094 are obtainable at all Government Offices, qualified applicants are to come along with the following documents:

  • A comprehensive Curriculum Vitae
  • Certified copies of educational qualifications
  • Means of identification (valid ID card issued by the government)

Note: this document(s) must be submitted at the Police Regional Headquarters (NAMPOL) or any police station in your respective regions. For more information about the ongoing Namibian Police Force (NAMPOL) Recruitment, please call 061-209 3384 or 061-209 3364.

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