Police Release List Of Successful Candidates

 The Police Service Commission has disclosed the endorsement and publication of a roster comprising 10,000 triumphant candidates for enlistment into the constable and specialist ranks of the Nigeria Police Force.

The commission emphasized its commitment to impartiality and equity in the recruitment procedure, collaborating closely with pertinent stakeholders such as the Nigeria Police Force, the National Assembly, and the Federal Character Commission. Furthermore, it ensured an equitable distribution of successful candidates across the 774 local government areas nationwide.

According to Ikechukwu Ani, the spokesperson for the PSC, the announcement was made on Tuesday, detailing the approval and release of the roster. Ani elucidated, "The Police Service Commission has sanctioned and disseminated the list of 10,000 successful applicants for recruitment into the constable cadre of the Nigeria Police Force."

He further revealed that out of the approved applicants, 9,000 were designated for General Duty, while 1,000 were for specialist roles. Ani underscored the meticulous nature of the recruitment process, which involved a broad-based Recruitment Board comprising representatives from various stakeholders, entrusted with overseeing the process.

The recruitment drive attracted significant interest from Nigerian youths, who were encouraged to apply online within the stipulated timeframe, adhering to Federal Character requirements. The commission received a staggering 609,886 applications, shortlisting 416,323 candidates for the subsequent stages, including physical and document screening conducted across the country.

After rigorous screening, 171,956 applicants progressed to the Computer-Based Tests administered by the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB). Ani highlighted that successful candidates underwent medical screenings to ascertain their fitness for duty.

Following comprehensive evaluations, 10,000 applicants, comprising 9,000 for General Duty and 1,000 for specialist roles, were recommended for final selection. The selection process prioritized competency, geographical representation, and adherence to established standards of integrity and transparency.

Dr. Solomon Arase, the Chairman of the Commission, emphasized the significance of the recruitment process in bolstering the capacity and effectiveness of the Nigeria Police Force. He expressed optimism about the potential of the selected candidates to contribute to the nation's security landscape.

Arase emphasized the importance of integrity, transparency, and excellence in laying the foundation for the recruits' journey. He reiterated the Commission's commitment to building a competent, reliable, and diverse Police Force reflective of Nigeria's best talents.

To maintain confidentiality and comply with data protection regulations, the Commission ensured secure handling of candidates' personal information. Ani encouraged candidates to access the dedicated web page or contact the recruitment help desk for inquiries or complaints.

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