Nigeria Police News Today on Recruitment 2023 Latest News on Nigeria Police Force: The NPF and PSC Today news on recruitment has been detailed below.
The Nigeria Police Force (NPF) is the country’s primary law enforcement agency. The force now has a staff strength of around 371,800, with intentions to raise the force to 650,000 by adding 280,000 new recruits to the existing 370,000.
The NPF is a large organization made up of 36 State commands divided into 12 zones and seven administrative organs. IGP Ibrahim Kpotun Idris now leads the agency.
Nigeria Police News Today on Recruitment
All interested and qualified applicants are to be aware that the NPF is not out yet, once the application portal is opened, all information needed for all successful NPF and PSC application processes will be updated here,
Please note that the National Identity Management Commission (Nimc) Number is required for applications to the Nigerian Police Force (NPF) as the Nigerian Police Force prepares for the forthcoming recruitment process.
By providing the number, you grant the NPF permission to obtain your bio-data, or basic information, from Nimc; however, the data cannot be changed once an account has been created.
DCP Mba previously stated that applicants for Nigeria police recruitment 2020 must have a National Identity Number, as well as a minimum of five credits in WASSCE/NECO/GCE/NABTEB, be medically, physically, and psychologically fit, and not be less than 1.67 meters tall for males and 1.64 meters tall for females. You must be between the ages of 17 and 25.
He added that some disabilities, such as speech impediment, severe dental or jaw deformities that prevent proper food mastication, knocked knees, bowlegs, bent knees (knees that cannot be straightened when standing still), deformed hands that are unable to perform all the functions of the hand, poor eyesight or squints, and amputation of any part of the body, are ineligible.
For further information on NPF recruitment, visit: https://www.vacancy.org.ng/nigeria-police-recruitment
Nigeria Police News Today on Screening
All applicants and participants in the physical screening exercise for the police constable recruitment exercise were urged by Adejobi to check their recruitment status and print the CBT examination slip.
The Nigerian Police Force, in collaboration with the Police Service Commission, issued the following statement: The Nigeria Police Force, in conjunction with the Police Service Commission, wishes to remind all applicants in the ongoing 2021 recruitment exercise for Police Constables who have submitted applications and attended the physical screening exercise to check their recruitment status and print their Computer Based Test (CBT) examination slip if qualified for the next stage of the exercise.
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The CBT Examinations, which are planned to take place at specific locations on April 20 and 21, 2022, in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) and the 36 other States of the Federation, would be accessible to them with this slip.
The CBT examination printout will list the precise dates, timings, and places of each candidate’s examination within the States/FCT. The Police Public Relations Officers in the 36 states of the Federation and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) will release particular and in-depth rules for each State.
Based on this, those who advance to the next round can monitor the progress of their applications on https://www.policerecruitment.gov.ng as appropriate. See update on NPF screening by visiting https://www.vacancy.org.ng/nigeria-police-screening-date
Nigerian Police Recruitment: Justifications for the NPF Recruitment Exercise
The recruitment of police officers from lower cadres into the Nigeria Police Force is necessary in order for the current leadership to reposition the Force through capacity building.
The Force needs virulent and dynamic police officers for better service delivery and managing new security threats in order to meet with international standards and best practices as well as the United Nations Standard of Policing.
On the NPF’s recruitment website, it is stated that “to this end, our goal is to ensure the safety of lives and property of the Nigerian citizens and to make Nigeria safer and more secured for economic development and growth.”
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