The command said in a statement issued in Minna on Thursday that physical and credential screening would begin from Sept. 26 to Oct. 1 at Police Secondary School, Minna by 8a.m. daily.
Mr Wasiu Abiodun, the Command spokesperson, said that all applicants would report to the screening centre in white T-shirts and short knickers.
According to him, a national identification card/slip, original/photocopies of credentials/birth certificate or declaration of age, including the print-out results of the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, are mandatory.
“Other mandatory requirements include print-out of the application profile page, invitation slip, indigene certificate signed by local government chairmen/secretary and medical certificates from a recognized government hospitals.
“Also required are certificates from village/district heads of the applicants, duly completed guarantor’s form; all which should be arranged in two office files with recent passport photographs,” he said.