Nigerian Police Force List of Shortlisted Names for Appointment 2020/2021 – psc.gov.ng.
The Nigeria Police Service Commission (PSC) has released the result list of successful candidates in the 2020 Nigeria Police Force Recruitment Exercise.
The Nigerian Police (NP) is the principal law enforcement agency in Nigeria with a staff strength of about 371,800. There are currently plans to increase the force to 650,000, adding 280,000 new recruits to the existing 370,000.
Candidates who participated in the last Nigeria Police zonal screening exercise are advised to check their names by clicking the following links below:
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- * POLICE LIST OF SUCCESSFUL GENERAL DUTY CANDIDATES IN THE 2020 RECRUITMENT EXERCISE FOR APPOINTMENT INTO THE NIGERIA POLICE FORCE
- * POLICE LIST OF SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES IN THE 2020 RECRUITMENT EXERCISE (SPECIALISTS ASPs and INSPECTORS ONLY) FOR APPOINTMENT INTO THE NIGERIA POLICE FORCE
- * POLICE LIST OF SUCCESSFUL POLICE CONSTABLES IN THE 2020 RECRUITMENT EXERCISE (GENERAL DUTY & SPECIALISTS)
The commencement dates and venues of the training would be communicated to successful candidates.
For more information, visit http://psc.gov.ng/join-the-nigeria-police-force.html
Congratulations if your name is among the shortlisted candidates in the Nigerian Police Force (NPF). If not, just wait patiently if other batches will be released.
States For NPF Shortlisted Candidates 2020/2021
If you registered in any of the below states, rush and check your name above. Each of the states below has venues and centers where you can write screening exams. Know all the requirements for screening. Shortlisted candidates will see the Nigerian Police Force (NPF) salary structure and pay when they are employed.
See the list of all states for NPF shortlisted candidates for this year’s recruitment below.
- Abia State
- Adamawa State
- Akwa Ibom State
- Anambra State
- Bauchi State
- Bayelsa State
- Benue State
- Borno State
- Cross River
- Delta State
- Ebonyi State
- Edo State
- Ekiti State
- Enugu State
- FCT (Federal Capital Territory)
- Gombe State
- Imo State
- Jigawa State
- Kaduna State
- Kano State
- Katsina State
- Kebbi State
- Kogi State
- Kwara State
- Lagos State
- Minna State
- Nassarawa State
- Niger State
- Ogun State
- Ondo State
- Osun State
- Oyo State
- Plateau State
- Rivers State
- Sokoto State
- Taraba State
- Yobe State
- Zamfara State
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