The Police Service Commission has approved the Promotion of Five Thousand One Hundred and Fifteen (5115) Police Inspectors to the rank of Assistant Superintendents of Police II. Among those promoted are Four Thousand Six Hundred and Twenty-Eight (4628) officers in the General Duties while Four Hundred and Eighty Seven (487) are Specialists. The promoted officers are those who were successful at the Departmental Selection Board interview. All the Promotions are with effect from the 31st of December, 2013.
The Police Service Commission today Wednesday, 19th February, 2014 approved the promotion of Mr. Adeola Adeniji Adeleke from the rank of CP to AIG as well as 1, 401 other Police officers to various ranks.
Those elevated from the rank of Deputy Commissioners to Commissioners are: Abdul Bube, Abubakar Marafa, Dan Bature, Karma Hosea Hassan, Augustine O. Evbakhabokun and Esosa A. M Amadasun.
Similarly, the following officers were promoted from ACPs to DCPs:
1. Felix Gochuk Gani
2. Ibrahim Sabo Umar
3. Joseph Gobum Mukan
4. Wakili Mohammed
5. Awunah N. Donald
6. Mohammed Jimoh
The Police Service Commission has approved the recommendations of the Inspector General of Police for the redeployment of thirteen (13) Commissioners of Police to various Commands nationwide:
s/n Rank Name Present Posting Posted To
1. CP AMBROSE AISABO, mni PAP LAS CP KWS
2. CP FELIX O. UYANYA, mni COMDT PCO CP EKS
3. CP JOHNSON OGUNSAKI CP SFU CP RVS
4. CP ABDULMAJID ALI CP EOD CP IMS
5. CP BENJAMIN U. ONWUKA D/COMDT STAFFPOL JOS CP KBS
COMMUNIQUE AT PSC 2014 BIENNIAL RETREAT
The 2014 Police Service Commission biennial Retreat titled
“Sustaining Nigeria Police Reforms” has commenced in Makurdi, the Benue State capital, under the Chairmanship of the Executive Governor of Akwa – Ibom State, Barr. Godswill Obot Akpabio , CON
Police Service Commission Biennial Retreat 2014 theme " SUSTAINING NIGERIA POLICE REFORMS" is scheduled to hold as follows:
Date: 28th - 31st January, 2014
Time: 8:00 am daily
Venue: Royal Choice Inn, Makurdi, Benue State
The Police Service Commission on 21st January, 2014 in exercise of its statutory mandate promoted 23 Police Officers to various ranks as recommended by the Inspector-General of Police. Six (6) Deputy Commissioners of Police: Hurdi D. Mohammed, Aminchi Samaila Baraya, Usman Alkali Baba, Tijani Baba, Mohammed K. Mohammed and Victor O. E. Onofiok were elevated to the rank of Commissioners.
Similarly, the under-listed Nine (9) Assistant Commissioners of Police were promoted to Deputy Commissioners of Police:
1. Ajani Babatunde Olasupo
2. Olukolu Shina Tairu
3. Omololu Bishi Shamsiden
The Commission directed that successful candidates for the recently concluded recruitment exercise into the Nigeria Police Force as ICT Professionals are to report for training as follows:
i. The Venue of the training is Police College of Information Technology, Abeokuta;
ii. The reporting date for the training is 18th – 19th January, 2014 while training commences on 20th January, 2014;
iii. The duration of the training is one calendar year (12 Months);
iv. The items required by the candidates are as follows:
a. Original credentials
The Police Service Commission at its 3rd Plenary meeting held on the 19th of December, 2013 considered and approved the Inspector General of Police recommendations for the promotions of two Assistant Inspectors General of Police to the rank of Deputy Inspectors General of Police. The two officers whose promotions were approved are Messrs Michael E. Zuokumor and Jonathan Johnson, the promotions would become effective from 15th and 16th of January 2014 when the two Deputy Inspectors General of Police representing the North-East and South-South geo-political zones would retire from the Force.
The Chairman of the Police Service Commission (PSC) and former IGP Sir Mike Mbama Okiro yesterday, December 17, 2013 launched a 15 episode movie series titled “Red Alert” at the Ladi Kwali Hall, Sheraton Hotel, Abuja.
Red Alert is a conscious, pragmatic and painstaking effort by Sir Mike Okiro to bring to bare his wealth of experience in security matters to educate Nigerians on how to be security conscious in all their day to day activities especially at this period when the nation is faced with security challenges.