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Nigerian Police Salary Structure in Nigeria 2022 Updated

Nigerian Police Salary Structure 2022: The Nigerian Police Force is proud to announce that they have the most lucrative monthly salaries in Nigeria. The only government institution with such responsibility, this agency’s job includes ensuring peace and security for all federal sources – not just those who pay through tax-free bonds. Before we dive into their incredibly high earning potentials, though (and there are many options), it might be worth looking at what other jobs offer more money or the same amount but fewer perks.

Now that we have been acquainted with the functions of NPF, let’s proceed to today’s topic: How much does the Nigerian Police Force earn?

How Much Does The Nigerian Police Force (NPF) Pay Their Staff in Nigeria Monthly?

In order to get the most out of your life, it is important that you have a plan. For example: how much money do I need for retirement? In this article, we will discuss what factors go into figuring this number and also give some tips on making sure your finances are in good shape when the time comes so there aren’t any surprises downfalls later.

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The Nigerian Police Force has a set of rules to determine how much staff members will get paid based on their grade level, years in service, and position held.
For example, a junior accountant making ₦65,000 with two years experience would be eligible for 52 weeks severance pay at 90% after leaving federal employ whereas someone just starting out could expect 250 days along with half salary if terminated without cause or due process is followed.

According to the website workforgov.ng, entry-level staff on grade 8 in NPF receive a monthly salary of ₦127,604.68 whereas a grade 7 employee makes just over ₦73,231.51 before tax deductions and pension contributions are taken into account. However, apart from basic wages, there’s more than what you’d know about this great organization-from allowances or benefits they might provide as well an increase that will happen yearly depending upon how many years one has been working here.

The following is a list of salaries for different job positions in the fire department.
The position titles and their corresponding wages can be found on Glassdor.com, with some exceptions, as noted

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1. Police Recruit

Salary per month – ₦9,019.42
Annual Salary – ₦108,233

2a. Police Constable Grade Level 03

Salary per month – ₦43, 293.80

Annual Salary – ₦519,525.6

2b. Police Constable Grade Level 10

Salary per month – ₦51,113.59

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Annual Salary- ₦613,363.08

3a. Police Corporal On Grade 04 (1)

Salary per month – ₦44,715.53
Annual Salary – ₦536,586.36

3b. Police Corporal On Grade Level 04 (10)

Salary per month- ₦51,113.59
Annual Salary – ₦613,365.08

4a. Police Sergeant On Grade 05 (step1)

Salary per month – ₦48,540.88
Annual Salary – ₦582,490.56

4b. Police Sergeant On Grade 05 (step 10)

Salary per month – ₦55,973.84
Annual Salary – ₦671,686.08

5a. A Sergeant Major On Grade 06 (step 1)

Salary per month – ₦55,144.81
Annual Salary – ₦661,737.72

5b. Sergent Major On Grade 06 (step 10)

Salary per month – ₦62,204.88
Annual Salary – ₦746,458.56

6a. Cadet Inspector On Grade Level 07 (step1)

Salary per month – ₦73,231.51
Annual Salary – ₦878,778.12

6b. Cadet Inspector On Grade 07 (step10)

Salary per month – ₦87,135.70
Annual Salary – ₦1,045,628.4

7a. Assistant Superintendent Of Police On Grade 08 (step1)

Salary per month – ₦127,604.68
Annual Salary – ₦1,531,256.16

7b. Assistant Superintendent Of Police On Grade 08 (step10)

Salary per month – ₦144,152.07

Annual Salary – ₦1,729,824.84

7c. Assistant Superintendent Of Police On Grade 09 (step1)

Salary per month- ₦136, 616.06
Annual Salary- ₦1,639,392.72

7d. Assistant Superintendent Of Police On Grade 09 (step10)

Salary per month – ₦156,318.39
Annual Salary – ₦1,875,820.68

9a. Deputy Superintendent Of Police On Grade 10 (step1)

Salary per month – ₦148,733.29
Annual Salary – ₦1,784,799.48

9b. Deputy Superintendent Of Police on Grade 10 (step10)

Salary per month – ₦170,399.69

Annual Salary – ₦2,044,796.28

10a. Superintendent Of Police On Grade 11 (step1)

Salary per month – ₦161,478.29
Annual Salary – ₦1,937,739.48

10b. Superintendent Of Police On Grade 11 (step 10)

Salary per month – ₦187,616.69
Annual Salary – ₦2,251400.28

11a. Chief Of Superintendent Of Police on Grade 12 (step1)

Salary per month – ₦172,089.06
Annual Salary – ₦2,065,068.72

11b.Chief Of Superintendent Of Police On Grade 12 (step8)

Salary per month – ₦199,723.96
Annual Salary – ₦N2,396,687.52

12a. Assistant Commissioner Of Police Grade 13 (step1)

Salary per month – ₦183,185.73
Annual Salary – ₦2,198,228.76

12b. Assistant Commissioner Of Police Grade 13 (step10)

Salary per month – ₦212,938.16
Annual Salary – ₦2,555,257.92

13a. Deputy Commissioner Of Police On Grade 14 (step1)

Salary per month – ₦242,715.65
Annual Salary – ₦2,912,587.8

13b. Deputy Commissioner Of Police On Grade 14 (step7)

Salary per month – ₦278,852.79
Annual Salary -₦3,346,233.48

14a. Commissioner Of Police on Grade 15 (step1)

Salary per month – ₦266,777.79
Annual Salary – ₦3,201,333.48

14b. Commissioner Of Police on Grade 15 (step6)

Salary per month- ₦302,970.47
Annual Salary – ₦3,635,645.64

15. An Assistant Inspector General Of Police

Salary per month – ₦499,751.87
Annual Salary – ₦5,997,022.44

16. Deputy Inspector General Of Police

Salary per month – ₦546,572.73

Annual Salary – ₦6,558,872.76

16. Inspector General Of Police, (IGP)

The highest rank in Nigeria Police Force is the Inspector General of Police. He’s appointed by the president and can be sacked by him also, usually on a four-year term that must end with retirement or removal from office due to certain conditions like getting fired for cause at least once before reaching 65 years old (see it below). The IGP makes more than other officers do: after paying out recent raises which went into effect this past April 1st – his monthly salary will total as seen below

IGP Salary per month – ₦711,498
IGP Annual Salary – ₦8,537,976

The salaries for the Nigerian police are set at a minimum wage. Should this change, what would be your take-home pay after taxes and other deductions?

Nigerian Police Force officers are in charge of promoting security growth. They do this by providing services that help the country’s economy become more developed and prosperous, especially through taxation policies aimed at incentivizing investment decisions for private sector entrepreneurs who want to invest their money wisely while avoiding high tax rates on top earners.

The Nigerian Police Force is one of the most popular employers in Nigeria. They help to enforce corporate responsibility by providing peace and security services for citizens, which are an even distributional of wealth within that country’s population.

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