Applicants must pass a vision test, a written test, oral and practical tests, and a fitness test.
Rabat – From December 15, Morocco’s Directorate General of National Security (DGSN) will hold a competition to add 7,708 new recruits to the national police force.
The DGSN hopes to strengthen its ranks with the addition of 90 police commissioners, 620 police officers, 70 peace officers, 1,700 inspectors, and 5,228 peacekeepers.
To prove their ability to perform police duties, applicants must pass a vision test, a written test, oral and practical tests, and a fitness test. Certain positions also require a diploma.
Applicants must be at least 21 years old to compete for a position. Some positions will not accept applicants older than 30 or 35 years of age.
The DGSN tweeted a comprehensive list of requirements in Arabic on Friday, October 17.
— DGSN MAROC (@DGSN_MAROC) October 17, 2019