Recruitment : Police Begins Screening Exercise January 8th

by Area Talk

The Rivers State Police Command has fixed January 8, 2024, as commencement date for screening of interested applicants in its ongoing recruitment.

According to the Spokesperson of the command, Grace Iringe-Koko, said this in a statement in Port Harcourt on Thursday, January 4.

She said the screening would be held at the Alfred Diete-Spiff Civic Centre at Moscow Road in Port Harcourt from January 8 – 29, 2024.

“This is to inform the general public, especially all indigenes of Rivers, who applied for ongoing recruitment into the Nigeria Police Force (NPF) that screening will be held from Jan. 8 to Jan. 29,” she said.

Requirements :

“Applicants are expected to come with the required documents for the physical/credential screening exercise at the Alfred Diete-Spiff Civic Centre, Moscow Road.

  • Evidence of physical/mental fitness from a government-recognised medical hospital.
  • Evidence of good character from each village/district head of applicants
  • original and duplicate copies of their certificate of origin duly signed by the chairman or secretary of their local government .
  • Original and duplicate copies of national identity card/slip.
  • Original and duplicate copies of birth certificate or declaration of age.
  • Printout of application form
  • Duly completed guarantor’s form and their invitation slip.
  • Recent passport photographs.
  • Two white flat files.

Candidates are as well expected to wear clean white T-shirts and shorts for the exercise.

The police image maker advised candidates to arrive at the venue of the screening exercise no later than 8am daily during the recruitment.

She said the Commissioner of Police, CP Olatunji Disu, had assured that all statutory entry requirements as clearly stated in the Police Acts and Regulations would be followed accordingly.

“CP Disu has also urged the shortlisted applicants to conduct themselves in an orderly manner to avoid acts capable of undermining the exercise.

“The screening is totally free,” Iringe-Koko reiterated.

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