Beware of fake job offers, warns Sharjah Police

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Sharjah Police have warned residents about fake adverts promising jobs in the force being circulated on social media.

They are urging people to check the credibility and accuracy of online posts and reminding them it's illegal to publish or spread false news, which could lead to fines or imprisonment.

The public are encouraged to head to the official Sharjah Police platforms for information on any vacancies available.

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