Photo: DCI Officers in a Past Training Session.
Reports are rife that the head of the Directorate of Criminal Investigations Mohammed Amin has kicked off plans to form a new special service team to takeover the roles that were performed by the defunct Special Service Unit.
Amin is allegedly hunting for a total of fifty officers to join his new team. As revealed by sources; the DCI boss has set four tough conditions / qualifications officers must meet to qualify being recruited into the new team.
1. The officer must be from the General Service Unit ( GSU ) or the Anti-Stock Theft Unit.
2. The officer must have five years of experience in the police service.
3. He must posses perfect weapon mastery and capability of using different firearms.
4. The officer must not have any disciplinary case for the last three years.
Above all, the officers must be ready to undertake the heavy responsibilities that come with their new positions at the DCI headquarters.
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