Nigerian Police Recruitment Medical Screening Slip Download Link Available

Great news! Find out when medical checkups are happening for the police recruitment. We explain why the dates changed, where checkups will be held, and what you need to bring.

The Nigerian Police are looking for young people who want to make a difference. The recruitment process is almost finished, and medical checkups for constable applicants begin on Tuesday, April 16th, 2024.

Many candidates will receive this message: (The venue, time, and date may vary for others)

Yusuf, good news! You made it to the next step in becoming a police officer. There’s a medical checkup for the police recruitment on Thursday, April 24th, 2024 at 11:00 am. It will be held at Bompai Cottage Hospital in Kano, Kano State. For more information, visit this website:

Why the Wait?

The Police Service Commission (PSC) wants to be fair to everyone. They changed the date to avoid clashing with Ramadan and Lent. The checkups will take two weeks and are the last step to become a police officer.

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Who Needs to Be There?

  • Constable Applicants: Did you pass the earlier stages? Great! You need to attend the medical checkups.
  • Specialist Applicants: Did you miss the computer test but did the physical and document checks? No worries! You can still join the police with practical tests and a medical checkup during this screening.

Where Will the Checkups Happen?

  • Most Places: The PSC will hold checkups at the 17 Police Command Headquarters across Nigeria.
  • Special Cases: People applying from Kaduna, Yobe, and Zamfara states will be checked in their own state for safety reasons.
  • Police Colleges: Some Police colleges might also be used for checkups.

What to Do

  • Wait for a Message: The PSC will send messages to shortlisted applicants with details about the location and time of their checkup.
  • Be Prepared: Bring a copy of your application form, a valid ID card, and any other documents you gave them when you applied. They might release a full list of documents closer to the date.
  • What’s Next?: Passing the medical checkup means you can go to the next exciting stage – police training!

How to Download NPF Medical Screening Slip

Download Your Medical Schedule Slip Now!

Attention Nigeria Police recruitment applicants!

The wait is over! You can now download your Medical Schedule Slip. Here’s how to get it in a few easy steps:

  • Visit the official Nigeria Police Force Recruitment Portal (
  • Find the link for downloading the Medical Schedule Slip.
  • Enter your National Identification Number (NIN) and application number.
  • Review your Medical Schedule Slip on screen.
  • Print the slip for your records.

Remember: You MUST bring your printed Medical Schedule Slip to your medical screening. Don’t miss out on this important step!

Building a Stronger Nigeria

The PSC wants to make the Nigerian Police Force the best it can be. They’re looking for passionate young people who can be the foundation of a new and improved security system. Here’s how they’re doing this:

  • High Standards: They have a strict selection process to make sure new recruits meet the best standards, both in Nigeria and internationally.
  • Fairness: The PSC wants the recruitment process to be thorough and fair. They believe everyone deserves a chance to become a police officer.
  • Working Together: The PSC thanks the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) for helping them with the computer test earlier on.

Stay Informed!

Keep checking the official PSC channels for any updates or announcements about the recruitment process.

Important Questions:

What documents do I need? 

They might release a full list later, but for now bring your application form, ID card, and any other documents you gave them when you applied.

Can I change my checkup date? 

It’s unlikely unless there’s a very good reason. The PSC wants everyone to attend on their assigned date.

What happens if I fail the checkup? 

You won’t be able to join the police training this time. But the PSC might consider you for future recruitment if you meet the health requirements later on.

Remember: Passing the medical checkup is essential to become a Nigerian police officer. Regularly check the PSC website for the latest updates and information so you’re fully prepared for this important step in becoming a police officer and serving your community.

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