25 May 2018

Nigeria: JAMB to Conduct Police Recruitment Test Nationwide Friday

Abuja — The Nigeria Police Force has said the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) will help it conduct a Computer Based Test (CBT) for all successful candidates in the last physical/credentials screening stage in the on-going recruitment exercise that was held May 07-12, 2018.

The Force Public Relations Officer, Moshood Jimoh, in a statement thursday, said the CBT would hold today in all designated centres across the country.

Jimoh said the candidates who were successful in the physical and credentials screening stage have been notified through text messages.

He however, stated that those who did not receive the message can check for their exam centres through the JAMB, Police Recruitment and Police Service Commission (PSC) websites.

According to him, the candidates' exam centres are also displayed at every state police command headquarters in the 36 states of the Federation and the FCT.

Jimoh said the Inspector General of Police has directed the Deputy Inspector General of Police in charge of Training and Development, to monitor the conduct of the examination in some selected centres while the Commissioners of Police in state commands will monitor the conduct of the examination in centres in their commands.

He advised the candidates "to be of good conduct and not to engage in any examination malpractice, as anyone caught will be arrested, investigated and prosecuted.

The Force PRO also directed candidates and members of the public who observe any form of improper practice to report to the police.


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