Nigeria Police Academy CBT Screening for 10th Regular Intake

The schedule for the Automated Physical and Credential Screening processes for the 10th Regular Course has been released by the prestigious Nigeria Police Academy (POLAC). Candidates from all across the country who are eager to advance in their careers at POLAC have expressed a great deal of interest in this much-anticipated upgrade.

Overview of the Screening Schedule

The academy has cordially invited candidates, who have successfully finalised their online registration for admission into the 10th Regular Course, to participate in a range of processes. This includes:

  • Automated Physical/Credential Screening
  • Computer-Based Test (CBT)
  • Medical Screening
  • Board Interview

These processes are meticulously planned to transpire from Monday 6th November to Wednesday 30th November 2023. The starting time on each day is fixed at 0800hrs, ensuring a prompt and efficient commencement. The central hub for these processes will be the iconic grounds of the Nigeria Police Academy.

Pre-Screening Preparations

Candidates gearing up for this significant step should make their way to POLAC’s official website to print their invitation slips ( This vital document will be available from 21st October 2023. It’s imperative that candidates adhere to the specific day mentioned on their invitation slip for the screening.

Screening Criteria and Essentials

A POLAC representative stressed the value of the CBT and said that only those who perform well on it will be granted admission to POLAC and be allowed to move on to the next phases, which are the Medical Screening and Board Interview.

Candidates must show up on the day of the screening with a spotless white T-shirt and shorts. Additionally, they must possess the following mandatory records, neatly arranged in two white flat files, together with current passport photos:

  1. Confirmation of physical/mental fitness from a reputable government-endorsed medical institution.
  2. Testimonial of upstanding character from the Village/District Head of the candidate.
  3. Certificate of Origin, authenticated by either the Local Government Chairman or Secretary.
  4. A print-out of the National Identity Number (NIN).
  5. Original and duplicate sets of credentials – this encompasses O’ Level Result(s), Birth Certificate or Declaration of Age, and the JAMB result print-out.
  6. A printed copy of the application form.
  7. A meticulously filled Guarantor’s form.
  8. The aforementioned invitation slip.

See Also: Lagos State University of Education Admission List for 2023/2024 Session

Adherence to Requirements

Candidates must make sure they bring everything listed in 1 through 8. The institution has made it clear that any applicant who omits even one item will regrettably be disqualified from the screening. Additionally, candidates are asked to adhere to the details, dates, and instructions specified for the screening process.

In Conclusion

For many candidates throughout Nigeria, the 10th Regular Course Automated Screening at POLAC represents a critical turning point. Given the academy’s stellar reputation, this opportunity offers more than simply the chance to join a school; it also offers the chance to leave a lasting legacy. Thus, prospective students are urged to put up the effort and preparation necessary and to approach this process with the attention and seriousness it demands.

For any further updates or details regarding the screening, candidates are advised to frequently check the official POLAC website or trusted news outlets.

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