How to Download NPF Final List of 30,000 Constables for Screening 2023
How to download NPF Final List of 30,000 Constables for Screening 2024. Candidates who applied for the NPF are advised to hurry up and check their names on the police portal to enable them to prepare adequately for exams.
All candidates who applied should not waste any time again in order not to be left out of the examination.
NPF’s massive recruitment of 30,000 constables is screened from over a total of 411,000 applications received by the commission. The intake exam is going to be a transparent and fair exam for all the candidates.
NPF is set to conduct massive screening from the over 411,000 applications from the 2023 NPF recruitment intake
Only 30,000 men and women will scale through. The NPF recruitment for 2023 will finally be concluded as soon as the screening exercise and CBT test are conducted
PDF download of names of applicants for screening
Requirements Physical and Credentials Screening of 30,000 Police Constables
All applicants are to Proceed to their respective States of Origin and appear at the various screening centers with
O’ Level Result(s),
Certificate of Origin and Birth Certificate/Declaration of Age
Printout of application submission confirmation/profile page
Duly completed Guarantor’s form
Clean white T-shirts and shorts
Mandatory basic screening requirements, neatly arranged
Two white flat files
Recent passport photographs
National Identity Number (NIN);
Original and duplicate copies of credentials;
Any candidate who fails to present (i –iv) above, will not be considered for screening.
Applicants are equally advised to pay attention to detailed and specific guidelines on the screening exercise for each State, particularly, the location of screening and dates of screening per LGA, which will be announced by the Police Public Relations Officers in the thirty-six (36) States of the Federation and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).
“The IGP further noted that a total of 1411,027 valid applications were received in the online registration exercise.”