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- Human Resource (HR): A career in HR involves managing an organization's employees, from hiring and onboarding to performance management and employee benefits. HR professionals may also work on creating policies and procedures related to employee conduct and performance, managing employee payroll and addressing workplace conflicts.
- Human Resource Development (HRD): HRD professionals focus on designing and implementing training programs to develop employees' skills and knowledge. They may conduct needs assessments to identify employee training needs, create training materials and evaluate training effectiveness.
- Accounts & Finance: A career in accounts and finance involves managing an organization's financial resources. This includes maintaining financial records, preparing financial reports and budgets, analyzing financial data to identify trends and providing financial advice and guidance to organizational leaders.
- Policy and Planning: A career in policy and planning involves developing and implementing policies and strategies that guide an organization's operations and decision-making processes. Policy and planning professionals may research and analyze data to identify trends and best practices, and work with stakeholders to develop and implement policies that support an organization's goals.
- Research Development: A career in research and development involves conducting research and analysis to support an organization's goals and objectives. R&D professionals may develop and test new products, services or technologies, and work on projects related to innovation and improvement.
- Infrastructure and Assets: A career in infrastructure and assets involves managing an organization's physical infrastructure, including buildings, equipment, and vehicles. Infrastructure and asset professionals may oversee the design and construction of new facilities, maintain and repair existing infrastructure, and manage procurement and inventory of equipment and materials.
- Fleet Management: A career in fleet management involves managing an organization's fleet of vehicles, including procurement, maintenance, and repair. Fleet management professionals may also oversee drivers and transportation operations, ensure compliance with safety regulations, and manage fuel and maintenance costs.
Specialist Operations Wing:
- Special Services Division: A career in special services involves providing specialized services to support an organization's crisis negotiation teams. Special services professionals may also be involved in planning and executing complex operations, providing tactical support and managing logistics and resources.
- Water Police: A career in water police involves patrolling and enforcing laws on waterways, such as rivers, lakes, and oceans. Water police professionals may also be involved in search and rescue operations, regulating water traffic, and responding to emergency situations on the water.
- Airwing: A career in airwing involves providing aerial support to an organization's operations, such as aerial surveillance, search and rescue, and transportation. Airwing professionals may operate drones, helicopters, or fixed-wing aircraft, and may be involved in planning and executing complex aerial operations.
- Information Communication Technology: A career in ICT involves managing an organization's information and communication technologies, including hardware, software, and networks. ICT professionals may be involved in developing and implementing new technologies, maintaining and troubleshooting existing systems, and ensuring the security and reliability of an organization's technology infrastructure.
- Criminal Investigation Division: A career in criminal investigation involves investigating and solving crimes, such as homicide, robbery, and fraud. Criminal investigation professionals may conduct interviews, gather and analyze evidence, and work with other law enforcement agencies and stakeholders to solve complex cases.
- K9: A career in K9 involves training and working with dogs to detect narcotics, explosives, and other substances, as well as tracking and apprehending suspects. K9 professionals may also be involved in search and rescue missions, and may work closely with law enforcement officers to provide support during operations.