Nigeria Police Force screening date and venue for 2019 recruitment exam

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This is a post on Nigeria Police Force screening date and examination centres for the 2019 recruitment exercise. The Nigerian Police Service Commission (PSC) has released the screening date and examination centres for candidates that successfully passed the first stage of the recruitment exercise.

Nigeria Police Force Screening

This pre-screening examination will take place in all the 36 states of the federation including the federal capital territory starting from. All applicants should kindly follow the guide on this post to check the date, and venue for their Nigeria Police Force screening screening and exam.

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Things to note about Nigeria Police Force Screening date and Examination centres

  • Subjects to study for this examination are General Paper, Mathematics and English Language;
  • The examination will be a Computer-Based Test (CBT) conducted by JAMB;
  • Always check your Email, Phone, State of Origin Police Headquarters to check your examination date, centre, and time;
  • After the examination, there would be a Medical Test for all applicants;
  • You must have your JAMB print out with you on the date for your examination.

How to check Names of Successful Applicants for the NPF Screening & Examination

  1. Visit the Recruitment portal at http://policerecruitment.ng/
  2. Click on your state of origin to link you to your screening date, centre and time

N/B: This is the initial list for General Duty Candidates only.

  1. Go to your State of Origin Police Headquarters on the designated interview dates dressed in plain white shirt/short;
  2. Print out a copy of the letter sent to your Email as this will give you access to the interview venue;
  3. At the interview venue, present the following credentials:
  • Date of Birth or Age declaration certificate.
  • State of Origin Certificate.
  • Carefully filled Guarantors’ Form.
  • Two recent passport photographs with your name written behind in capitals.
  • Educational certificates.
  • Office flat file (1 white coloured);
  1. Strictly follow the instructions in the letter sent to you via Email as no excuse will be allowed.

NPF Mission Statement: “To improve service delivery in the Nigeria Police Force by promoting transparency and accountability in the police”.

NPF Vision Statement: “To help develop a highly motivated, professional disciplined and accountable Police Service that upholds Human Rights”.

For more on NIGERIA POLICE FORCE RECRUITMENT, always visit http://policerecruitment.ng/ to be updated on the recent gist. Also drop your comments and requests via the comment box under this post. Wish you all the best in the recruitment exercise.

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