NIGERIA POLICE SHORTLISTED CANDIDATES 2019 PDF Download
The Nigeria Police Force (NPF) wishes to inform the general public that they have released the names of successful applicants invited for screening exercise for enlistment into the Nigeria Police Force 2019.
The said Screening Exercise will commence from Monday 1st July, 2019 to Thursday 18th July, 2019. The shortlisted candidates are advice to appear for their screening in their assigned date as failure to do so will be result to Disqualification.
Shortlisted Candidates are advised to check their email (submitted during registration) for further details on the screening procedures.
Already letters of invitation to successful applicants are currently being sent to the email accounts used by applicants when they applied.
Applicants are required to check their email accounts to confirm that they have been shortlisted for the screening exercise and also to confirm the date, venue and time for screening. All relevant information concerning the recruitment exercise are contained in the letters of invitation.
Applicants are also advised to check for their names and other relevant information in their respective State Police Command, Police Service Commission website; www.psc.org.ng and www.nigeriapolicecareers.net
nigeria police shortlisted candidates 2019 pdf
The Nigeria Police Force is the principal law enforcement agency in Nigeria with a staff strength of about 371,800. There are currently plans to increase the force to 650,000, adding 280,000 new recruits to the existing 370,000. The NPF is a very large organization consisting of 36 State commands grouped into 12 zones and 7 administrative organs. The agency is currently headed by IGP Adamu Muhammed.
The word Police is derived from the Greek word “Polis”, meaning that part of non-ecclesiastical administration having to do with the safety, health and order of the state. The Greek politeria, meant the art of governing and regulating the welfare, security needs and order of the city-state in the interest of the public.
Although Police is derived from the Greek, it was the Romans who perfected the system. The Roman politia meant the same thing as the Greek Politeira. It was a symbol of power residing in central Authority.
During the duration of the Roman Empire, Police in Rome was organized from the ranks. There was the Roman Prefect which had under his control fourteen Magistrates, each responsible for a district and assisted by vigiles who patrolled the streets, lictores who were law enforcement officers and stationaii who were residents of the city blocks
In Britain, Policing developed as a local affair with a role which has remained till now. That it is the responsibility of every person to maintain law and order. This role is rooted in history and common law tradition of Britain that each citizen had a duty to suppress crime and disorder within his area. Failure to do so entailed the payment of fines
The burden of policing was placed on every adult citizen. It was an avocational obligatory policing, manifesting itself in the forms of tythingman of the Saxon Police, the frankpledge in the South and East of England after the Norman conquest 1066 and later as the Parish Constable system after the enactment of the Statute of Winchester 1285
Before describing these systems in brief, it is relevant to observe that policing and police work did not start as a paid profession. It started as a noble, incorruptible profession with considerable responsibility and distinction. It was the Justices of the Peace system, which corrupted the Parish Constable System.
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When the first paid professional police force was proposed in Britain, it was strongly opposed by those who feared that such force would lead to repression and threat to the freedom of the individual and to democracy. The Police Force as we know it today went through three distinct stages before it became a profession. As Hewitt, W.A. puts it. “ At first the populace, though small was responsible for maintaining law and order. Then Justices of the Peace emerged on the scene to provide both the law and order and Justice at the bar. Then, in the present era, paid professional police were established to maintain law and order.
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