Login to Nigeria Police Recruitment Portal

NPF 2018 Police Recruitment Login: To register for the 2018/2019 Police recruitment, you must login first.

Only those who registered on the website and got their Registration Number will be able to Login.

The guide here will help you to login to the Nigeria Police Recruitment Portal and submit an online application for the Recruitment.

The NPF Recruitment 2018 is ongoing. All applications are done online at our official recruitment portal.

What do you need to Login?

Firstly, you need an account at www.policerecruitment.ng before you can apply. If you already have an account, you can login but if you have no account, you can create one immediately.

How to Login to Nigeria Police Recruitment Portal

Like I said before, you must have created an account online. In case you haven’t registered, go to the registration page now.

To login to the Police Recruitment Portal, you must have your

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Registration Number and Password intact

If you have forgotten your Registration Number and Password, you can recover your password here.

You can equally retrieve your Registration Number here.

Registered users should visit www.policerecruitment.ng

Enter your Registration Number and password

Click on login

How to Register for Nigeria Police Recruitment 2018

After using the steps above to create an account and Login to your account, then you will be able to apply using the steps below.

Before you proceed to the registration page, you are advised to read the NPF Recruitment Requirements to be on the safer side.

To register, visit psc.gov.ng/recruitment-form


You can download the form and study it before the recruitment portal will be opened. The Nigeria Police Recruitment Portal is not yet available.

To get updates on when the Form will come out, kindly drop a comment below.

You are advised to always check policerecruitment.com.ng daily if you want to know when the form will come out.

https://psc.org.ng/candidateslist/ – Final List of Police Shortlisted Candidates

www.psc.org.ng/candidateslist – How to check the full list of shortlisted candidates for Nigerian Police Recruitment – You can now download the full pdf list of shortlisted candidates for a police constable.

The list has been made available on the Police Service Commission (PSC) website.

A recruitment screening and verification portal were designed so that candidates can check their name and login to the portal by state.

All the information you want is contained here, you only need to relax and get them here before proceeding to the result checking portal to access your name.

You can read more about 2018 police constable recruitment and See List of Successful Candidates Below.

Find below the list of successful candidates in the recent Police Constable Recruitment.

You can as well check your name and institution where you are posted for training at your State Police Command Headquarters.

The date of commencement of training is Friday 8th June 2018

Resumption closes on 13th June 2018 in all the training schools.

Failure to report at the Training Schools by 13th of June, 2018 will mean that the Candidate has declined the offer.

How to Check Nigeria Police Recruitment Final Selection List

Abia State

Adamawa State

Akwa Ibom State

Anambra State

Bauchi State

Bayelsa State

Benue State

Borno State

Cross River State

Delta State

Ebonyi State

Edo State

Ekiti State

Enugu State

Federal Capital Territory

Gombe State

Imo State

Jigawa State

Kaduna State

Kano State

Katsina State

Kebbi State

Kogi State

Kwara State

Lagos State

Nasarawa State

Niger State

Ogun State

Ondo State

Osun State

Oyo State

Plateau State

Rivers State

Sokoto State

Taraba State

Yobe State

Zamfara State

If your name is on the list, you can login to your state recruitment screening and verification portal for other important updates.

Have an issue? Don’t hesitate to contact recruitmenthelp@policerecruitment.ng or use the Nigerian Police Recruitment Whatsapp group.