Another recruitment for Ukraine’s patrol police starts on September 6
Approximately 1,000 new servicemen are to be recruited, - Head of Patrol Police Department of the National Police
‘The contest begins on September 6. We plan to recruit about 1,000 new officers. Most of them will be working in the capital; the rest will be stationed in regions’, Yevhen Zhukov, Head of Patrol Police Department of the National Police said.
According to him, the understaffing in Kyiv is caused by re-deployment of many officers to various regions, where they take top-rank offices.
Currently, the patrol police has been working in 32 cities across Ukraine. The staff has been performing duties at Kyiv-Chop and Kyiv-Zhytomyr highways, too. Special task forces of the patrol police also work in some Ukrainian cities.
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