POLICE: POLAC Opens Online Admission Portal, Requests Minimum Of 180 In JAMB

Nigeria Police Academy (POLAC), Wudil, Kano, has opened the online portal for applications for its 10th regular course cadet degree programme.

The portal is opened for interested and qualified Nigerian candidates.

The Force Public Relations Officer, Olumuyiwa Adejobi, said that the online registration would be on from July 24 to September 3.

The police spokesman added that applicants must be Nigerian citizen by birth and possess a National Identity Number.

According to him, interested candidate must have sat for the 2023 JAMB result and scored not less than 180.

Adejobi said that applicants must have chosen the Nigeria Police Academy, Wudil, as his first choice in the JAMB form.

He said that candidates must also possess a minimum of six credits at not more than two sittings in WAEC/NECO or its equivalent, with credit passes in English and Mathematics.

Adejobi said age requirement is between 17 and 21 years of age by October 31 and must be medically, physically, and psychologically fit.

“The applicant must not be less than 1.67m tall for males and 1.64m tall for females, with not less than 86cm (34 inches) of expanded chest measurement, for males only.

“The applicant must not be married or pregnant at the time of admission and must have a valid email address and phone number.

“Senior School Certificate Examination statements of result or certificates before 2019 will not be accepted,” he said.

Adejobi said that the interested applicants who meet the criteria should visit the academy’s website on https://www.polac.edu.ng and generate Remita Retrieval Reference (RRR) code.

He added that the code would be used to make payment of a non-refundable fee of N3,500 through any commercial bank branch in Nigeria.

“Successful payment will open up a form that applicants are required to fill out and upload scanned copies of their SSCE results, birth and state of origin certificates.

“Thereafter, applicants are required to print out completed online forms and guarantor forms to be filled and submitted at the Nigeria Police Academy during the physical screening.

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“Automated physical screening exercise will hold at the academy at a date to be communicated in due course,” he said.

The police spokesman said that successful candidates would participate in a computer-based test, a subsequent automated medical screening exercise and an automated interview/selection exercise for the final selection of candidates.

He said that successful candidates would undergo five-year academic and police training, leading to the award of a Bachelor’s degree and commissioning into the Nigeria Police Force as Assistant Superintendent of Police II.

Adejobi further stated that the acting Inspector-General of Police, Mr Kayode Egbetokun, had pledged transparency and accountability in the process.

He said that Egbetokun urged applicants to be wary of online imposters, scammers, and other criminal elements who might want to take advantage of the application process to indulge in fraudulent practises.

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