The Nigeria Police Force (NPF) has said that the screening of constables would commence on Monday, August 24 and end on Sunday, September 6.
This was disclosed in a statement signed by the Force Public Relations Officer, DCP Frank Mba in Abuja on Thursday.
According to the statement, “all candidates who successfully completed the online recruitment registration exercise are to proceed for physical and credential screening scheduled to hold between 24th August, 2020 and 6th September, 2020, across the federation.”
Mba said that the applicants were to appear at the various screening venues in their clean white T-shirts and shorts with some mandatory basic requirements listed as: National Identity Number (NIN); Original and duplicate copies of credentials – O’ Level Result(s); Certificate of Origin and Birth Certificate/Declaration of Age – neatly arranged in two white flat files with recent passport photographs attached; Printout of application submission confirmation page; and Duly completed Guarantor’s form.
He added that any candidate who failed to present the requirements listed would not be considered for the screening.
“The screening exercise will take place at designated locations within each State/FCT.
“Detailed and specific guidelines for each State will be announced by the Police Public Relations Officers in the thirty-six states of the Federation and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).
“The screening and other activities touching on the recruitment exercise will be carried out in strict compliance with the COVID-19 prevention protocols.
“The Inspector-General of Police, IGP M.A Adamu, NPM, mni reiterates that the recruitment exercise is absolutely free of charge and without any pecuniary obligation.
“The IGP assures that the process will be conducted in the best tradition of transparency and accountability.
“He advises the applicants to be wary of online impostors, scammers and other criminal elements who might want to take advantage of the recruitment process to dupe innocent applicants.
“The IGP however warns that anyone found wanting will be arrested and prosecuted,” Mba stated.