RECRUITEMENT

Nigerian Police Requirements

On this day, we will be talking about the Nigerian Police Recruitment 2022 process. Information about how to apply for the position, as well as the application process and any requirements that must be met,

Every year, the Nigerian Police Service conducts a recruitment drive to find capable people who are interested in joining the force. Those individuals who satisfy the requirements that they have established will be considered for the recruitment. The Nigerian Police Recruitment 2022/2023 application process is done online, just like most other recruitment processes in Nigeria.

Applying to become a member of the Nigerian Police Force can be done in a variety of different ways. There are several entry points.

It is either via the Nigerian Police Academy, through the Cadet ASP programme, or through the regular police recruitment that you submit your application.

Those individuals who wish to join the Nigerian Police Force as soon as they have completed their training are the target audience for the Nigerian Police Academy. Students must spend a total of five years learning at the Academy before they can graduate.

Admission Requirements for the Nigerian Police Academy

The entry requirements are as follows:

  • Applicants for admission to the academy must be Nigerian citizens.
  • You must be between the ages of 17 and 22.
  • Males must be at least 1.67 metres (5 feet 6 inches) tall, while females must be at least 1.62 metres (5 feet 4 inches). Furthermore, male applicants must have an enlarged chest size of at least 86 cm (34 inches).
  • All candidates must be free of any physical or mental deformity.
  • Applicants must have acquired a minimum of SIX (6) credits at the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSCE) administered by the West African Examinations Council (WAEC), the National Examinations Council (NECO), or the National Business and Technical Examinations Board (NABTEB) in not more than two sittings, including a credit pass in English Language and Mathematics, as well as subjects relevant to the candidate’s chosen course of study at the Academy.
  • Candidates must also do well in both the written exam and the interview, as well as pass physical and psychological fitness exams.

Only those who pass the selection exam will be called to the Nigeria Police Academy Selection Board Interview.

The names of those who have been chosen will be published on our website as well as in select major media.

Nigeria Police Salary Scale

  • A Police Recruit
    • Salary per month – ₦9,019.42
    • Annual Salary – ₦108,233
  • Police Constable Grade Level 03
    • Salary per month – ₦43, 293.80
    • Annual Salary – ₦519,525.6
  • Police Constable Grade Level 10
    • Salary per month – ₦51,113.59
    • Annual Salary- ₦613,363.08
  • Police Corporal On Grade 04 (1)
    • Salary per month – ₦44,715.53
    • Annual Salary – ₦536,586.36
  • Police Corporal On Grade Level 04 (10)
    • Salary per month- ₦51,113.59
    • Annual Salary – ₦613,365.08
  • Police Sergeant On Grade 05 (step1)
    • Salary per month – ₦48,540.88
    • Annual Salary – ₦582,490.56
  • Police Sergeant On Grade 05 (step 10)
    • Salary per month – ₦55,973.84
    • Annual Salary – ₦671,686.08
  • A Sergeant Major On Grade 06 (step 1)
    • Salary per month – ₦55,144.81Annual Salary – ₦661,737.72
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  • Sergent Major On Grade 06 (step 10)
    • Salary per month – ₦62,204.88
    • Annual Salary – ₦746,458.56
  • Cadet Inspector On Grade Level 07 (step1)
    • Salary per month – ₦73,231.51
    • Annual Salary – ₦878,778.12
  • Cadet Inspector On Grade 07 (step10)
    • Salary per month – ₦87,135.70
    • Annual Salary – ₦1,045,628.4
  • Assistant Superintendent Of Police On Grade 08 (step1)
    • Salary per month – ₦127,604.68
    • Annual Salary – ₦1,531,256.16
  • Assistant Superintendent Of Police On Grade 08 (step10)
    • Salary per month – ₦144,152.07Annual Salary – ₦1,729,824.84
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  • Assistant Superintendent Of Police On Grade 09 (step1)
    • Salary per month- ₦136, 616.06
    • Annual Salary- ₦1,639,392.72
  • Assistant Superintendent Of Police On Grade 09 (step10)
    • Salary per month – ₦156,318.39
    • Annual Salary – ₦1,875,820.68
  • Deputy Superintendent Of Police On Grade 10 (step1)
    • Salary per month – ₦148,733.29
    • Annual Salary – ₦1,784,799.48
  • Deputy Superintendent Of Police on Grade 10 (step10)
    • Salary per month – ₦170,399.69
    • Annual Salary – ₦2,044,796.28
  • Superintendent Of Police On Grade 11 (step1)
    • Salary per month – ₦161,478.29
    • Annual Salary – ₦1,937,739.48
  • Superintendent Of Police On Grade 11 (step 10)
    • Salary per month – ₦187,616.69
    • Annual Salary – ₦2,251400.28
  • Chief Of Superintendent Of Police on Grade 12 (step1)
    • Salary per month – ₦172,089.06
    • Annual Salary – ₦2,065,068.72
  • Chief Of Superintendent Of Police On Grade 12 (step8)
    • Salary per month – ₦199,723.96
    • Annual Salary – ₦N2,396,687.52
  • Assistant Commissioner Of Police Grade 13 (step1)
    • Salary per month – ₦183,185.73
    • Annual Salary – ₦2,198,228.76
  • Assistant Commissioner Of Police Grade 13 (step10)
    • Salary per month – ₦212,938.16
    • Annual Salary – ₦2,555,257.92
  • Deputy Commissioner Of Police On Grade 14 (step1)
    • Salary per month – ₦242,715.65
    • Annual Salary – ₦2,912,587.8
  • Deputy Commissioner Of Police On Grade 14 (step7)
    • Salary per month – ₦278,852.79
    • Annual Salary -₦3,346,233.48
  • Commissioner Of Police on Grade 15 (step1)
    • Salary per month – ₦266,777.79
    • Annual Salary – ₦3,201,333.48
  • Commissioner Of Police on Grade 15 (step6)
    • Salary per month- ₦302,970.47
    • Annual Salary – ₦3,635,645.64
  • An Assistant Inspector General Of Police
    • Salary per month – ₦499,751.87
    • Annual Salary – ₦5,997,022.44
  • Deputy Inspector General Of Police
    • Salary per month – ₦546,572.73
    • Annual Salary – ₦6,558,872.76
  • Inspector General Of Police, (IGP): The Inspector-General of Police is the Nigeria Police Force’s highest post. He is appointed by the president and can be fired by him. The IGP is usually appointed for a four-year tenure. He must resign, and the president may choose someone to replace him when his tenure expires or if he is sacked. His monthly salary is now larger than that of the majority of police officers, as seen in the table below:
    • IGP Salary per month – ₦711,498
    • IGP Annual Salary – ₦8,537,976

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