The Uganda Police Shortlisted Candidates 2022/2023 Shortlist is now available: If you applied for the Uganda Police Force recruitment.
We are pleased to inform you that the Uganda Police Force has issued the list of individuals who have been shortlisted. We’ll show you how to check your name on the list of shortlisted candidates in the sections below.
Latest on Uganda Police Force Shortlisted Candidates
The Uganda Police Force’s selected candidates comprises the names of all successful applicants in the federation. As a result, all the candidates who have been chosen will be screened and interviewed.
Finally, those who passed the UPF screening and interview will be hired on a full-time basis.
All Successful UPF Candidates To Report To Designated Quarantine Centers.
This letter is to inform all applicants who applied for probationary Police Constables in the recently completed recruitment operations that the list of successful candidates is now available and displayed at the various District and Regional Police Headquarters.
All candidates should check their names at the local District/Divisional Police Headquarters to see if they were successful.
All successful applicants must report to one of the quarantine centers for two weeks before reporting to the Police Training School – Kabalye to begin the Initial Police Recruit Training Course.
At the quarantine centers, they will be thoroughly screened for Covid-19 symptoms and instructed on Covid-19 awareness and safety procedures.
The shortlisted applicants will be required to report to the quarantine centers in two stages:
How to Check Uganda Police Force Shortlisted Candidates
Applicants should be patient while waiting for the list to be published on the official website @ www.upf.go.ug.
Uganda Police Shortlisted Candidates Latest Update
We would like to convey our gratitude to those applicants who shown an interest in working for the police department as a PPCS. The 19,09,2020 got 17,378 applications from 28 different locations. East Kyoga (Soroti) had the most candidates, followed by North Kyoga (Lira), West Nile (Arua), and Bukedi Tororo, with the least number of applicants coming from Mt Moroto (Moroto), Katonga (Mpigi), Savanna (Luwero), and Wamala (Mityana). A capable recruitment team has begun the selection process, and we anticipate that only the most qualified individuals with the highest standards will be chosen.
All successful applicants will be called to an oral and written interview, during which they will be required to exhibit a wide range of personal traits and attributes that are required to become a UPF officer.
These qualities include the highest levels of personal integrity, excellent communication skills, personal effectiveness, shown physical health, a realistic understanding of a police officer’s roles and responsibilities, problem-solving skills, and a strong drive for personal improvement. The date will be announced as soon as possible.