MEET FRANK OSHANUGOR
By Frank Oshanugor
The Delta State Police Command on Friday announced that physical and credentials screening of applicants who successfully completed the 2021 online recruitment registration form has been scheduled to commence from Tuesday 1st February to Sunday 20th February 2022, between the hours of 9am to 6pm daily.
The Command’s spokesman DSP Bright Edafe in a statement said candidates are only to report for the exercise on the date stipulated against their local government areas as follows:
S/NO LGA DATE
1 Aniocha North/Aniocha South & Bomadi Tuesday 1st February 2022
2 Burutu/Ethiope East & Ethiope West Wednesday 2nd February 2022
3 Ika North East/Ika South& Isoko North Thursday 3rd February 2022
4 Isoko south/Ndokwa East& Ndokwa West Friday 4th February 2022
5 Okpe/Oshimili North & Oshimili South Saturday 5th February 2022
6 Patani/Sapele & Udu Monday 7th February 2022
7 Ughelli North/Ughelli South Tuesday 8th February 2022
8 Ukwuani/Uvwie & Warri North Wednesday 9th February 2022
9 Warri South/Warri South West Thursday 10th February 2022
The statement added that applicants are to report at Police Headquarters on Okpanam Road, Asaba in their clean white T-shirt and shorts wearing a face mask with the following mandatory basic requirements:
i.National identity number (NIN).
ii.Original and duplicate copies of credentials.
a.O’ level result(s)
b.Certificate of origin
c.Birth certificate/declaration of age
d.Two white flat files
e.Recent passport photographs
iii.Printout of application submission confirmation page.
iv.Duly completed guarantor’s form.
According to the police authorities any of ( i-iv) above will not be considered for the screening while the screening and other activities on the recruitment exercise will be carried out in strict compliance with the COVID-19 prevention protocols.
Applicants have equally been advised to pay attention to detailed and specific guidelines particularly on the screening dates of each Local Government Area as tabulated above.
The Commissioner of Police Delta State Command, CP Ari Muhammed Ali, has subsequently warned that the recruitment exercise would absolutely be free without any pecuniary obligation.
He has assured members of the public that the entire exercise will be conducted in line with the professional guidelines of the Force.
While wishing the applicants the best of luck, the police boss also advised them to be wary of online impostors, fraudsters and other criminal elements who might want to take advantage of the recruitment process to swindle innocent applicants.