The Nigeria Police Academy (POLAC) selection examination will begin screening of candidates for the 8th Regular Course on January 9.
The spokesperson for the academy, N. Habib, an assistant superintendent of police, made the disclosure in a press statement issued and made available to AllNews through the National Association of Online Security Reporters (NAOSRE).
The screening of the POLAC shortlisted candidates will begin at the academy from Adamawa; Bauchi; Borno; FCT Abuja; Ekiti; Kogi; Kwara; Lagos; Ogun; Ondo; Osun; and Oyo from January 9 to January 15.
It said candidates from the states who passed the aptitude test conducted should proceed to Wudil on the appropriate date, where the academy is located, for the screening.
The statement explained that the POLAC shortlisted candidates would undergo medical and physical screening.
It noted that screening for candidates from Abia; Anambra; Benue; Ebonyi; Enugu; Gombe; Imo; Jigawa; Kano; Kastina; Kebbi; and Nasarrawa would hold between 16 and 22, 2020.
Akwa Ibom; Bayelsa; Cross River; Delta; Edo; Kaduna; Niger; Plateau; Rivers; Sokoto; Taraba; Yobe; and Zamfara, January 23 to January 29.
The candidates were also directed to come with the original and photocopies of their credentials, passport photographs, certificate of indigeneship authenticated by the state government, and a pair of white canvass shoes, white vest, white shirts, and socks.
The statement added, “All candidates will be subjected to medical examination/fitness test at the venue; Note that parents/guardians will not be allowed into the academy during the exercise.”