Police Commences Physical/Credential Screening Of Applicants For Delta State Indigenes

The Delta State Police Command has called on the indigenes of Delta State who completed the online registration for the ongoing 2022 recruitment into the Nigeria Police Force as police constables for the Automated Physical/Credentials Screening Exercise to come for screening.

A statement on Friday, 5th January 2024 signed by Delta State Police Public Relations Officer, DSP. Edafe Bright said that this screening is scheduled to hold from January 8, 2024, to January 29, 2024, starting at 0700hrs daily.

According to him, applicants are to visit https://apply.policerecruitment.gov.ng/ to the recruitment portal to print out their invitation slips and come for their screening on their scheduled date as indicated in the printout. The venue is Cenotaph Parade Ground Asaba, and time is 7 am daily

“Thus, all applicants are to appear in their clean white T-shirt and shorts with the following mandatory basic screening requirements, neatly arranged in two white flat files with a recent passport photograph attached:


i. Evidence of physical/mental fitness from a government-recognized Medical Hospital
ii. Evidence of Good character from the Village/District Head of the applicant
iii. Certificate of Origin duly signed by the Local Government Chairman or Secretary
iv. National Identity Number (NIN) – Slip Print-out
v. Original and duplicate copies of credentials – O’ Level Result(s), Birth Certificate/Declaration of Age
vi. Print-out of the application form
vii. Duly completed Guarantor’s form
viii. Invitation slip

“Any candidate who fails to present the items (i – viii) mentioned in Paragraph 2 above will not be considered for screening. Applicants are equally advised to pay attention to their scheduled date and time, other details, and specific guidelines on the screening exercise, Edafe said.

The Commissioner of Police Delta State Command, CP Wale Abass while wishing applicants the best of luck, also advised them to be wary of online impostors, fraudsters and other criminal elements who might want to take advantage of the recruitment process to swindle innocent applicants.

He further assures the public that the entire exercise will be conducted in line with the professional guidelines of the Force, and it is completely free.