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DCI Starts Recruitment Of Special Team Of Officers - Here Are The Qualifications

The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) is currently selecting an exceptional group of officials from the General Service Unit (GSU) and the Counter Stock Robbery Unit (ASTU) in a move that will see the development of a Special Operation Unit.

In a letter dated November 17, 2022, addressed to both the representative Overseer Commanders responsible for the organization and ordinary police administrations, DCI Chief Mohamed Amin mentioned the heads to waitlist 50 competitors from every one of the previously mentioned units for sending to the unique group.

In a move that seems pointed toward tapping constant officials, Amin likewise set the standards for the new ability he is hoping to integrate into the DCI.

The officials are, in any event, expected to have served in the police force for at least 5 years, with no disciplinary record throughout the previous 3 years.

They should likewise have completely breezed through the police regulation assessment, be under 40 years, and have better than expected shooting abilities.

Chosen officials will serve in the activities support unit in the wake of being additionally evaluated with the DCI leaned towards trained and proficient up-and-comers.

The move follows the disbandment of two particular units shaped by previous DCI Chief George Kinoti; the Unique Assistance Unit (SSU) and the Counter Fake unit.

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