The Museum Curator in the South African Police Service
collects and displays documents and items that represent the
history and development of the South African Police Service.
He/she preserves documents pertaining information on displayed
and non-displayed items in the South African Police Service
Museum. The Museum Curator also does exhibitions in accordance
with police priorities for purposes of educating and informing
members of the public. He/she manages the artists working in the
museum and supervises the arrangements for guided tours to the
satisfaction of members of the public.
What are the minimum requirements to
become a Museum Curator?
To work as a Museum Curator in the South African Police
Service you must have a relevant tertiary qualification in Art
and have relevant managerial experience.
In-service training will be provided in the South African
Where can you be stationed?
Museum Curators in the South African Police Service can be
stationed at Communication and Liaison Services: Corporate Image
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