The Namibian Police Force (NamPol) has distanced itself from a recruitment advertisement circulating on social media. The advert states that there are vacancies for cadet constables in the force.
Police officers studying in various fields, and funded by Nampol will have to make their own arrangements in paying their registration and tuition fees in 2017.
-Police have responded to a public outcry over an alleged trigger-happy approach by its members - particularly in apprehending suspects in poaching cases, of late.
-The Namibian Police has acquired 18 dogs that will be used in combating crime, including poaching.
-A four-year-old girl was found on Tuesday after going missing for one day while goat herding at the Ohamaremba village in the Epupa Constituency.
-A man reportedly died of a knife wound to the neck during a heated argument about who dances better between him and the suspect.
Inspector General Sebastian Ndeitunga says there is only one national police force with investigative power.
The Police Inspector General Sebastian Ndeitunga has defended police shooting that resulted in three deaths as an act of self-defence.
-The Namibian Police's Commercial Crime Investigation Division in Windhoek is requesting public assistance in tracing three wanted suspects - in connection with a series of fraud cases.
The Police is calling on the public to help identify three bodies, discovered between 6 and 22 October 2016.
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