The Nigeria police Force Medical screening 2022/2022
The Nigeria police Force recruitment exercise can’t be completed without its medical screening exercise which all successful candidates must undergo.
As you all know the Nigerian police is about to round up its recruitment process hence the medical screening exercise
So having successfully applied for the online application when it was open for the general public and also having been shortlisted its best you prepare for the Nigerian police recruitment medical screening exercise.
One of the reasons of the Nigerian police recruitment medical screening exercise is making sure that only those who don’t have health challenge but are sound medically and otherwise are enlisted.
Medical exercise helps identify candidates with serious health challenges, even those who are not mentally capable of carrying out the day to day duty of an average police man or woman.
We are here to inform you, using this medium that selected names of those to undergo the medical screening process has been made available.
But first you need just to check if your name is among shortlisted candidates, that’s the first step. To confirm your current status on the Nigerian police force portal please click here www.psc.gov.ng/screenlist
So if you want to find out or rather to know how well you performed in the just concluded first stage of the Nigerian police recruitment process and what to do thereafter. You are on the right page; we are here to show you all you should and need to know.
How to check for Nigeria police medical screening shortlisted candidates
Remember that if you fail to undergo a medical screening, the police won’t be able to ascertain your true state of health and the law from the police service commission demands they know the state of health of every recruit.
Here is the official steps to Check if your name is listed among the names of those who are scheduled to under the police force recruitment medical screening exercise.
Just log into the approved and official portal of NPF here: https://www.policerecruitment.gov.ng/ or check www.recruitment.npf.gov.ng .
It’s necessary most time to have a device that can view a PDF document because most times the list is in PDF format.
Next, you should just select your state
The PDF List (of the Nigerian police recruitment medical screening list) of the selected applicants will appear on your screen
You can go ahead to download using the downloadable button that appears
You can now view it using a PDF viewer
Secondly, more information as regards the screening that are considered confidential will be passed across to you via your email address.
Keep checking your email, keep your phone line open as it is known to be the first line of communication to all candidates
More information on the Nigeria police force medical screening scheduled locations
The medical screening shouldn’t last more than a week and will start simultaneously in all the zones.
The locations, time and other directive for the medical screening exercise are all published in the Nigeria police zonal headquarters in Nigeria and also on the mail you are to receive.
Please for reason, don’t miss this screening exercise, make time and attend, your success in this recruitment lies on how successful you are in this medical screening.
There is penalty for anyone that failed to attend. Failure to attend means you are not medically fit for the Nigeria police recruitment exercise.
The scheduled zones and locations are as followed:
Zone 1- Kano Katsina, jigawa and Kano states
Zone 2; Lagos: Ogun and Lagos states
Zone 3: Yola: Adamawa, Gombe and Taraba states
The following documents will be needed for The Nigeria police force medical screening
Successful and shortlisted Applicants should get to their assigned zones with the under listed documents for their medical screening: you will be shown the exit door if you fail to present the following documents.
Their different copies of medical certificate as collected by their respective government owned hospital
Their birth certificate
Letter of identification
What can you do after seeing your name on the police screening list?
The Nigeria police force recruitment exercise is a platform used to select the best deserving candidate for the job, to achieve this, the recruitment has to be in stages,
Hence after names of shortlisted candidate are published, those who are shortlisted will be moved to the next stage of screening which is the second round .
During the recruitment process you stay updated with relevant information as regard the recruitment process . This page has been dedicated to that purpose to ensure you stay up to date with the Nigerian police recruitment latest news.
So you need to keep checking back and don’t forget to swiftly subscribe here to continue to receive information about jobs we post.
But if you are not clear or you have questions to ask based on the ongoing Nigeria police medical applicants screening process, just use the comment box below to alert us.
The Nigeria Police Force medical screening examination date
information as regards the schedule such as date, time and venue of the NPF medical examination has not been made known yet is.
So keep checking your mails, Nigeria Police Recruitment Portal and also sms for update. We also will update you once the date is out
Just like we pointed out, the Nigerian police force medical list is now accessible on the NPF portal, the steps has been outlined above and action should be taken by candidates to confirm their names on the list.
Information as regards the date and venue could also be displayed alongside. This should help you get prepared very well on time before the proposed date of screening.
So if you were among the Nigerian police recently shortlisted candidate , the first step to take is to check your email or log into www.recruitment.npf.gov.ng to check for your name.
For the time being when this article was written and last edited, the Nigerian police recruitment medical examination date is yet to be announced so it is important for you to keep visiting this page, to stay updated and avoid missing this screening.