Nigerian Police Force Screening Date 2020/2021 Check NPF Exams Centres.
Nigerian Police Force Screening Date 2020 is out online! The Nigerian Police Force has released an examination date and the list of examination centers for the pre-screening examination.
The Nigerian Police Service Commission (PSC) wishes to use this medium to inform all applicants that the date for Nigerian Police screening of successful Applicants is starting as from August in all 36 states of the federation.
This is to inform all applicant that the Nigerian Police Recruitment list of shortlisted candidates has been released. The Nigerian police has released the names of candidates shortlisted for the year 2020 pre-screening examination which will be done nationwide in the centres published here.
The Nigeria Police Force (NPF) yesterday stated that the screening of candidates who applied to join the organisation as constables will commence from August 24 to September 16, 2020.
It directed the applicants to appear at the screening centres in clean white T-shirts and shorts for the exercise which would take place at designated locations in each state and the Federal Capital Territory.
The police said specific guidelines for each state would be announced by the Police Public Relations Officers in the 36 state commands and the FCT, noting that the screening and other aspects of the recruitment would be carried out in strict compliance with the COVID-19 prevention protocols.
According to a statement in Abuja, by the force spokesman, DCP Frank Mba, the applicants were expected to come with their National Identity Number; original and duplicate copies of credentials, (O’ Level results); certificate of origin and birth certificate or declaration of age neatly arranged in two white flat files with recent passport photographs.
They were also directed to come with the printout of application submission confirmation page, and a duly completed guarantor’s form.
The statement cautioned that any candidate who failed to present the requirements will not be considered for the screening.
The statement titled, ‘Recruitment into the Nigeria Police Force (Constables): physical and credential screening to commence from August 24 to September 6, 2020,’ read in part, “The Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, reiterates that the recruitment exercise is absolutely free of charge and without any pecuniary obligation.”
The IG equally assured that the process would be conducted “in the best tradition of transparency and accountability.”
He advised the applicants to be wary of online imposters, scammers, and other criminal elements who might want to take advantage of the recruitment process to dupe innocent candidates.
He said anyone found wanting will be arrested and prosecuted.
How to Check Names of Candidates Shortlisted for NPF
1. Go to the NPF Recruitment Portal at http://psc.gov.ng/shortlisted-candidates.html
2. Click on your State of Origin to access the List and see your screening Date.
Note – This is the initial List for General Duty Applicants only.
1. Shortlisted Candidates Are to Dress in plain White shirts/shorts and go to Police Command Headquarters of their various States of Origin on the Designated interview dates. They are also to go to the interview venue with a printed copy of the letter sent to their emails without failure, as this admits you into the screening venue.
2. Furthermore, you are to present both the original copies and photocopies of the following
a. Your Duly completed Guarantor’s Form
b. State of Origin Certificate
c. Educational Certificate
d. Birth Certificate/Declaration of Age
e. One White coloured Office Flat File Jacket
f. Two Recent Passports Photographs with your name written behinf in capital Letters
3. You are to strictly adhere to the contents of this letter as no excuses will be entertained.
Mission Statement: “To improve service delivery in the Nigeria Police Force by promoting transparency and accountability in the police.”
Vision: “To help develop a highly motivated, professional disciplined and accountable Police Service that upholds Human Rights”
The Police Service Commission, in the conduct of its role in decision making, interactions with the Police and other stakeholders, will be governed by the following overriding principles irrespective of circumstance:
- Uphold the rule of law
- Respect for the rights of citizens in carrying out their duties.