POLAC Automated Physical Screening Dates 2022/2023 (Updated)

The Nigeria Police Academy, Wudil, POLAC automated physical screening exercise dates and venues for 2022/2023 admissions have been announced. All candidates who obtained the POLAC admission form and applied for admission into the degree programmes they offer should take note.

After the application deadline, the authorities take down the online application portal. At this point, no person is able to submit or buy a new application form online. Therefore, the next step is usually the automated physical screening of candidates.

POLAC Automated Physical Screening Dates

What is the Automated Physical Screening Exercise?

Applicants that meet the online registration will get invitations for the automated physical screening exercise. Applicants will have the opportunity to present the original copies of their credentials to demonstrate that they meet the POLAC admission requirements.

When and Where will the POLAC Physical Screening Take Place?

The Nigerian Police Academy, Wudil, POLAC automated physical screening exercise dates and venues are as follows. Candidates must adhere strictly to their schedules.

  • Date: from Monday , September 26th, 2022 to Saturday, October 1st, 2022
  • Venue: Designated venues in States across the Federation and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT)

Print POLAC Screening Slip

The first step is to print the screening slip using your National Identity Number (NIN). Kindly visit www.polac.edu.ng to print your invitation slip from 19th September, 2022.

You can directly access the page here – https://admission.polac.edu.ng/physical-screening-slip.

Next, you should make sure you have the following requirements with you.

You will be able to check your personal schedule on POLAC admission portal as shown below:

Documents to take along to Nigeria Police Academy Automated Physical Screening?

Consequently, all applicants are to proceed to their respective State of Origin and appear at the various screening centres in their clean white T-shirts and shorts with the following mandatory basic screening requirements, neatly arranged in two white flat files with recent passport photographs attached:

  1. Evidence of physical/mental fitness from a government recognized Medical Hospital
  2. Evidence of Good character from Village/District Head of the applicant.
  3. Indigene certificate signed by Local Government Chairman or Secretary
  4. National Identity Number (NIN) Slip
  5. Original and duplicate copies of credentials – O’ Level Result(s), Certificate of Origin and Birth Certificate/Declaration of Age Including your jamb result print out
  6. Printout of application form
  7. Duly completed Guarantor’s form
  8. Invitation slip

Any candidate who fails to present items mentioned above (i-viii) , will not be considered for screening.

It is also advisable for applicants to pay close attention to the specifics and instructions about the screening process. 

The Commandant, AIG Ahmad Abdurrahman, psc (+), mni, has promised that the Police Act and Regulations’ clearly stated Statutory Entry Requirements into the Force will be strictly adhered to. 

In keeping with transparency, accountability, and fair hearing, he pointed out that officials assigned to the exercise have been instructed to make sure that all applicants who have been shortlisted are permitted to participate and to recommend whether they are suitable or not using the Act’s already-established benchmarks.

The Commandant reiterated that the automated physical screening process is completely free of charge but cautioned applicants to be on the lookout for criminal elements who might try to exploit it unfairly in order to commit fraud. He did, however, issue a warning that anyone found to be lacking will be subjected to the full force of the law.

What is the Next Step After Screening?

The next step is a POLAC aptitude test. We will share the details of the test as soon as possible.

We wish you the very best with the screening!!!

Ahmed Ogundimu

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