Until tomorrow, Friday, November 10, all candidates who have been invited by the Ministry of Justice should send their supporting documents by post, in order to fill the first 500 positions in the uniformed department of the Judicial Police.
In this new phase of the announcement, all those who applied online to the ASEP participate and at the same time are included in the lists of candidates published by the ministry.
It should be noted that the candidates who have been invited to submit supporting documents are those who, by category and branch, are ahead of the ranking tables based on their overall score, according to the data declared in their online application.
A total of 10 seats are allocated in the Courthouse of the Court of Appeal and the Larissa Appellate Prosecutor’s Office.
Specifically: One (1) PE branch in the Appellate Prosecutor’s Office and one (1) PE branch in the First Instance Prosecutor’s Office, one (1) TE branch in the Appellate Prosecutor’s Office, two (2) DE branch in the Appellate Prosecutor’s Office and five (5) DE branch in the Prosecutor’s Office Primary.
The operation of the judicial police is expected to start in April 2024.