U.S. Recruiting Police to Help in Iraq
April 21, 2003
The State Department is seeking police officers with 10 years of experience in law enforcement, in good health, who can drive a stick-shift vehicle.
There are 150 openings for Iraq duty in the short term to re-establish police, justice, and prison functions in the country. The State Department says 1,000 additional slots will open over time.
Applicants must be active duty, retired, or recently separated sworn police officers, correctional officers, or experienced judicial experts.
For more information or to apply visit http://www.policemission.com/iraq.asp.
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