Nigerian Police Recruitment Update: Download Medical Schedule Slips Today

Nigerian Police Recruitment Update: Medical Screening Starts April 16th.

Attention aspiring police officers.

The Police Service Commission (PSC) has important news regarding the ongoing recruitment process.

  • Medical Screening Starts April 16th: The medical screening/examination for constable applicants has been rescheduled to Tuesday, April 16th, 2024.
  • Reason for Delay: This shift allows candidates to observe Ramadan and Lent without interruption.
  • Screening Duration: The screening will last two weeks, signifying the recruitment process’ completion.

BREAKING NEWS: Medical Schedule Slips are now available for download

Great news, Nigeria Police recruitment applicants! The Medical Schedule Slips are now available for download. Here’s how to get yours easily:

  • Open the official Nigeria Police Force Recruitment Portal: https://apply.policerecruitment.gov.ng/
  • Look for the link to download the Medical Schedule Slip.
  • Enter your National Identification Number (NIN) and application number.
  • Your Medical Schedule Slip will appear on screen.
  • Print the slip for your records.

Don’t forget to print your Medical Schedule Slip! You’ll need it on the day of your screening.

Who Needs to Attend?

  • Shortlisted Constable Applicants: Everyone who passed the initial stages of recruitment will undergo medical screening.
  • Specialist Applicants: Those who participated in physical and credential screening but missed the JAMB computer test will also be screened. This includes practical tests and a medical exam.

Where will Screening Take Place?

  • Most Locations: Screening will be held at the 17 Zonal Command Headquarters of the Nigeria Police Force.
  • Special Cases: Candidates from Kaduna, Yobe, and Zamfara states will be screened in their home states due to security concerns.
  • Police College Venues: Police colleges within Zonal Command Headquarters states may also be used for screening.

Important Information for Candidates:

  • Contact from PSC: Shortlisted candidates will receive detailed information about their screening location and arrival time directly from the Police Recruitment Board.
  • Next Steps for Success: Those who pass the medical screening will advance to mandatory training at Police colleges.

Building a Stronger Police Force:

The PSC is committed to creating a robust Nigerian police force.

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  • High Standards: Chairman Dr. Solomon Arase emphasizes the rigorous selection process, ensuring new recruits meet international and local standards.
  • Seeking Top Talent: The goal is to recruit dedicated young Nigerians who can become the foundation of a new security architecture.
  • Transparency and Scrutiny: The PSC guarantees a thorough and purposeful recruitment process.
  • Addressing Security Challenges: Dr. Arase believes successful recruitment will provide the necessary manpower to reclaim control of ungoverned spaces.

JAMB Collaboration Praised:

The PSC acknowledges the valuable contribution of the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) in conducting the computer-based test.

JAMB’s reputation for excellence in computer-based examinations in Nigeria is recognized.

Stay Informed:

For further updates, applicants can monitor official PSC channels.

This is your chance to join the fight for a safer Nigeria.

Important FAQs:

What documents should I bring to the screening? 

While an official list may be released later, you should generally bring a copy of your application form, ID card, and any other relevant documents mentioned during the application process.

Can I reschedule my screening date? 

Unfortunately, rescheduling is unlikely unless under exceptional circumstances. You should try your best to attend on the assigned date.

What happens if I fail the medical screening? 

Unfortunately, you won’t be able to proceed to police training. The PSC may consider you for future recruitment if you meet health requirements at that time.

We recommend checking the PSC website for the latest updates and information. Remember, meeting the medical screening requirements is crucial for becoming a Nigerian police officer.

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