Hamburg Police Seeking Applications from African migrants"New, strong and self-confident," said Hamburg's Interior Senator Andy Grote, the Hamburg police want to attract young applicants for the different careers as a police officer and also address migrants with their current advertising campaign. "African migrants are very welcome to us," confirms Björn Wichmann, head of the recruitment office at the Hamburg Academy of Police.
It starts with the motives "#Zielsicher", "#Träume leben" and "#Baywatscher", which are intended to highlight the attractiveness of the Hamburg police for different advertising media and cinematically emotional, concise and sometimes provocative.
The campaign is supported by IMIC e.V. (Intercultural Migrant Integration Center e.V.), in cooperation with Derya Yildirim and Oktay Özdemir from the Hamburg Academy of Police. IMIC President Sylvana Gerlich: "We motivate young African migrants and Afro-Germans to apply to the police. It is an interesting career field with many development opportunities.
Sylvaina Gerlich (IMIC e.V) & Interior Senator Andy Grote
”At present, 250 prospective police officers are being trained at the Hamburg Academy of Police. Soon there will be 500. Building on this, Interior Senator Andy Grote wants to expand the existing staffing by a third in the next five years.
The campaign does not stand alone, according to the senator, with a modernization and professionalization of the police, geared towards the new generation of digital natives, who for example expect digital work equipment in the workplace.
In addition, there are new service models, all the way to home workplaces, in order to meet the new requirements. In any case, the quality is retained in the application process, so Andy Grote, according to the motto "We are the good guys and seek the best, you can be there.
" Information on: https://karriere-polizei.hamburg.dePhotos from the press conference:Interior Senator Andy Grote: "The new campaign shows the police new, strong and confident"Interior Senator Andy Grote and Sylvaina Gerlich (IMIC e.V.): "We are the good guys and you can be there."Oktay Özdemir and Björn Wichmann (Academy of Police) with Sylvaina Gerlich (IMIC e.V.): "African migrants are very welcome."