Nigeria Police Academy Interview List for 8th Regular Course: 1st, 2nd and 3rd Batches

Nigeria Police Academy Interview List for 8th Regular Course: 1st, 2nd and 3rd Batches

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Nigeria Police Academy Interview List for 8th Regular Course Admission is out. Nigeria Police Academy, NPA interview lists (first, second and third batch) are out. The Nigeria Police Academy Wudil Kano list of candidates that have been shortlisted for the interview has been released.

The candidates whose names appear in this publication were successful in the selection examination of the Eight Regular Course of the Degree Programme of the Nigeria Police Academy Wudil, Kano.

The names of the successful candidates are on the link shared below;


The candidates whose names appear in this publication were successful in the selection examination of the 8th Regular Course of the Degree Programme of Nigeria Police Academy Wudil, Kano held on 17th September 2020. They are invited to appear for an interview before the Selection Board in Four batches as scheduled in the list of invited Candidates.  Click here to open the list of Invited Candidates

They are invited to appear for an interview before the Selection Board in Three batches as categorized below:

Nigeria Police Academy Interview Schedule


(Saturday, 9th January to Friday, 15th January 2021.)

  1. Adamawa        
  2. Bauchi               
  3. Borno                 
  4. FCT, Abuja        
  5. Ekiti
  6. Kogi
  7. Kwara      
  8. Lagos       
  9. Ogun       
  10. Ondo                 
  11. Osun         
  12. Oyo


(Saturday, 16th January to Friday, 22nd January, 2021.)

  1. Abia         
  2. Anambra
  3. Benue     
  4. Ebonyi     
  5. Enugu             
  6. Gombe           
  7. Imo                   
  8. Jigawa             
  9. Kano                           
  10. Katsina             
  11. Kebbi                 
  12. Nasarawa                  


(Saturday 23rd January to Friday, 29th January, 2021.)

  1. Akwa Ibom     
  2. Bayelsa   
  3. Cross River
  4. Delta
  5. Edo
  6. Kaduna
  7. Niger
  8. Plateau
  9. Rivers
  10. Sokoto
  11. Taraba
  12. Yobe
  13. Zamfara   

Nigeria Police Academy Selection Interview Requirements


2.  Parents/Guardians will not be allowed into the Academy.

3.  Candidates who fail to report a day after reporting dates for their respective batch will not be allowed to attend the interview.

4.  Candidates will first undergo screening exercises which involve credentials screening, medical tests and physical features among others.

5. Candidates must bring along the originals and photocopies of the following documents:

a. Academic certificates/statements of result and testimonials for primary and secondary schools (Junior and Senior).

b. Birth Certificate (preferable) or Declaration of Age.

c. Proof of Local Government of origin duly signed by the Chairman of the Local Government or Attestation obtained from Police Officers from the same State of the rank of Chief Superintendent of Police (CSP) and above.

In this case, the officer must indicate his formation/unit, appointment, contact address, phone numbers and e-mail address. The officer must also affix his/her formation/unit stamp and sign

d. Original UTME (JAMB) result slip 2020 and evidence of choosing POLAC as the first choice. 

e. Police Academy examination forms downloaded from the Internet.

f. Candidates are to bring along second copy of their postcard signed by the Supervisor or the Assistant Supervisor of the Centre where they sat for the selection examination.  g. Proof of choosing Police Academy as First Choice

6.  Candidates who fail to bring along with them the documents listed above will be disqualified.

*Any alteration on the documents will attract outright disqualification.

7.  Candidates are to also bring the following items:

a. Two blue shorts and Two white T-Shirts.

b. A pair of white canvass shoes and 2 pairs of white socks.

c. Facemask

d .Toiletries.

e. Sufficient money for Feeding, transport to and from Wudil.

f. Scratch Cards for WAEC and/or NECO or NABTEB results for online verification of results.

8.  All and sundry are warned that no correspondence of any form will be entertained in respect of the candidates or the selection process.

9.  While assuring the candidates, their parents/guardians of transparent screening, the Commandant advised them to be wary of scammers and not to offer any kind of financial incentive or otherwise to anybody in the desperation of securing admission for their wards.

About the Nigeria Police Academy

The origin of the Nigeria Police Academy dates back to the early 80s when the Government of Nigeria in 1981 requested the British Government to make available to Nigeria, some united Kingdom Police officers to assess the training needs of the Nigeria Police.

In response to this request, a team of three British Police officers led by M.A. H Pacy ( Assistant Chief Constable, Hamberside Police) was sent to Nigeria by the British Government. The team submitted its report known as the pacy report in 1982. This report was formally published as the white paper of the Federal Republic, of Nigeria, on the future training needs of the Nigeria Police Force. A follow up of recommendations of the pacy report led to the search for the best training orientation for the Nigeria Police.

In 1986, the then Inspector General of Police Alhaji Mohammed A. Gambo rtd, sent a delegation of three Nigeria Police officers led by late S.Z. Daura (Assistant Inspector General) to Egypt to under study the Egyptian Police Academy.

The report and recommendations of these two teams of experts had far reaching effects in laying the foundation for the establishment of the Nigeria Police Academy, kano to serve as an institution for high level manpower development, with a mission to train police officers to acquire the highest standards of professionalism.

The Academy officially took off simultaneously in 1988 at two temporary campuses; the Police training school Challawa, Kano where cadet Inspectors were trained; and the Police college Kaduna, where cadet ASPs were trained.

The two campuses were merged and relocated to its permanent site in Wudil, Kano, after its was formerly Commissioned on the 2nd April 1996, by then Head of State and Commander in Chief of the Armed forces, General Sani Abacha, GCON, dss, mni., with the expectation that the Academy will be affiliated to a University for degree awarding courses.

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