The Abu Dhabi Police General Headquarters has started receiving applications from male and female nationals, holders of high school diplomas, wishing to enrol to work in the police.
The Selection and Recruitment Department of the Directorate General of Human Resources announced its plans to recruit Emirati male (aged between 18 and 30 years) and female (aged between 18 and 25 years) recruits aspiring to work at Abu Dhabi Police General Headquarters.
The department indicated that it has started receiving applications via the website of the Directorate General of Human Resources, in addition to recruitment offices in Abu Dhabi, Al Ain and Sharjah.
The department also noted that providing employment opportunities for young and competent UAE nationals falls in line with the Abu Dhabi Police’s strategy, which is consistent with the police leadership’s directives to effectively assimilate the UAE national workforce and provide them with a stimulating work environment conducive to creativity and innovation.
The department also reiterated the attention dedicated by Abu Dhabi Police to attract and invest in citizens, through training and rehabilitation, in order to boost efficiency of the national human resources; ultimately enhancing productivity and performance levels among Emirati men and women.
The Selection and Recruitment Department explained that applicants wishing to apply for the available vacancies at Abu Dhabi Police can submit their applications, either by registering via the website (https://ers.adpolice.gov.ae), or directly via employment offices: Abu Dhabi (facing Al Mushrif Mall – phone: 02.5129392), Al Ain (Falaj Hazzaa – phone: 03.7810736), and Sharjah (Federal Police Training School – phone: 06.5487741).
It is worth mentioning that Abu Dhabi Police provide unwavering support to talented and creative staff members in an effort to motivate them to improve their performance as they provide distinguished services to the public.
They also focus on providing continuous training to boost staff members’ vocational skills and further drive the progress and developmental process that the police and security system are witnessing in all areas.