Recruitment: Police Begins CBT Screening 5th March, 2024 | How to reprint your slip, Check Status.

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The Nigerian Police Force will on 5th and 6th Commence Screening across the 36 states in Nigeria.

The Police Service Commission announced that 171,956 successful applicants from the screening stage of the current Police recruitment exercise are now receiving messages inviting them to the next stage, which is the Computer Based Tests.

The screening is set to take place on Tuesday and Wednesday, March 5th and 6th, 2024, across all 36 states of the Federation and the Federal Capital Territory.

In a statement by spokesman Ikechukwu Ani, the Commission assured that the recruitment process will be based on merit at every stage.

Applicants are advised to visit the recruitment portal, to confirm their status after the screening and, if successful, to check the specific time and date for their Computer Based Test.

Applicants are required to bring their CBT slip, which can be generated from the recruitment portal where the list of successful candidates has been published along with clear instructions on what to print.

Commission Chairman, Dr. Solomon Arase (IGP Rtd), emphasized the Commission’s commitment to ensuring a merit-based recruitment process in accordance with the Federal Character Commission’s requirements for equal representation.

Dr. Arase praised the Police Recruitment Board for their dedication to this national task and assured that the Commission is grateful for their efforts.

He highlighted that upon completion of the exercise, the nation will benefit from additional police manpower to help combat crime and restore security in the country.

Dr. Arase expressed confidence that the fight against insurgency and terrorism will soon be successful but urged the support of all Nigerians as it is a collective responsibility.

Additionally, the 43,778 successful applicants from the specialists cadre will undergo practical tests at a later date to be announced by the Commission.

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