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NATIONWIDE POLICE RECRUITMENT: Shortlisted Candidates Receive Invitations For March 5/6 JAMB CBT

The 171,956 successful applicants from the screening stage of the ongoing Police recruitment exercise are currently receiving messages inviting them to the next stage of the exercise which is the Computer Based Tests scheduled for Tuesday and Wednesday March 5th and 6th 2024 across the 36 states of the Federation and the Federal Capital Territory.

The Commission has also promised to ensure that the exercise is merit based throughout the stages of the recruitment.

Applicants are also advised to visit the recruitment portal; apply.policerecruitment.gov to confirm their status after the screening exercise and if successful also confirm the specific time and date for their Computer based test.

Applicants for the tests are expected to come with their CBT slip to be generated when they visit the recruitment portal where the list of successful candidates have been published with clear information on what they are expected to print.

Chairman of the Police Service Commission, Dr. Solomon Arase, CFR, retired Inspector General of Police reiterated the Commission’s resolve to ensure that the exercise is merit based and in line with the Federal Character Commission requirements of equal representation.

Dr. Arase commended the Police Recruitment Board for their steadfastness and commitment to this national assignment and promised that the Commission will forever be grateful to them.

He noted that at the completion of the exercise, the nation will be availed the services of additional police manpower to assist fight crime and criminality in the country and recover the ungoverned spaces across the country.

He promised that the war against insurgency and terror would soon be won but called for the support of every Nigerian as it should not be left alone for the government.

Meanwhile the 43,778 applicants who were successful from the specialists cadre during the screening exercise are expected to go through practical tests at a date to be announced soon by the Commission.

Dr. Solomon Arase, chairman, Nigeria Police Service Commission

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