Nigeria Police Force Recruitment 2016 (NPF)

The Police Service Commission (PSC) invites applications from suitably qualified Nigerians for enlistment into the Nigeria Police Force in the following categories:

  1. Cadet Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP)
  2. Cadet Inspector of Police
  3. Police Constable

Nigeria Police Force Recruitment 2016 (

Requirements for Police Constables
Candidates must have at least 5 credit passes in WAEC or its equivalent in not more than 2 sittings.

Requirements for Cadet Inspectors
Candidates must possess at least one of the following from a reputable Polytechnic or College of Education: OND, NCE, or their equivalents.

Requirements for Cadet Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP)
Candidates must possess at least B.SC., B.A., B.TECH., HND or an equivalent degree from a reputable University or Polytechnic.

General Requirements
Before or After your application, you must download a copy of the Guarantor’s Form. This is to be signed by verifiable references from any two (2) of the following:
Traditional Rulers, Magistrate, Local Government Chairman, Heads of Educational Institutions attended, Career Civil Servant not below the rank of Grade Level 12, Police Officer not below the rank of CSP, or Military Officer not below the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. 


SPECIALISTS: To apply for a Specialist position, candidates must possess relevant certificates and/or credentials in the required technical discipline. This Certificate must be equivalent to the minimum entry qualification(s) of the position applied for. During application, ensure that you click on the Specialists’ Option Button and then Select the appropriate field you qualify for from the list of possible positions.

You MUST have a functional/working email address before you proceed with your application!

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should visit

  • This is the only medium for applying for recruitment into the NPF in 2016.
  • Each applicant can submit ONLY ONE application for this exercise.

You are therefore advised to carefully choose the category you are eligible for, as multiple applications would lead to disqualifications.

Application Deadline:  May 13th 2016

The Police Service Commission and the Nigeria Police Force DO NOT demand or accept gifts or gratification to offer employment.
Do not offer money to anyone before, during or after the recruitment exercise.Any candidate found doing either of these would be summarily disqualified and prosecuted.

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  1. falalu isah says:


  2. Umar muhammad says:

    Hmm this is my three times applying

  3. adam abba says:

    Allah yabamu sa’a Amen

  4. Anonymous says:

    Allah ka taimaki kowa da kowa ameen

  5. it’s only wace wth about neco or nabteb

  6. Abdaulkarim says:

    Ameen thumma ameen

  7. Ali Scorpion says:

    Kamar yadda wannan shugana namu mai adalci yabukaci ayi wannan recruitment, haka xalika manya manya wanda xasuyi aiki akai Allah yabasu damar yin aiki da adalci kan kwatanta gsky…. Kowa Allah yabashi Sa’a.

  8. What is the age blacket?

  9. Yusuf turaki says:

    Allah ameen

  10. Umar ashiru says:

    Allah yatabbatar mana da alkharin dake ciki amin

  11. HASSAN MOH'D YANDA says:

    All d best 4 d Aplicant

  12. SADIQ H HAMMAN says:

    Me God Help Us Ameen

  13. Habibu Raji says:

    may Almighty bless all d members of police service commission and the Nigerian police force at large.

  14. Musa Ali mshelia says:


  15. Anonymous says:

    with the same time for your help me God

  16. Bilyaminu yunusa says:

    Allah yasa mudace ameen

  17. Yarima G says:

    Pease To Be Upun You

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