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Nigerian Police Salary Structure 2018 – Here is a Post which will give you full details on how much Nigerian Police (NPF) pay its officers starting from the highest rank to the lowest vacant position. Carefully read through this page to know Nigerian Police Salary Structure 2018.

The Nigerian Police (formally the Nigerian Police Force) is becoming a really cool employment-wise. The salary is considerable. And you’re pretty confident you will get it at the end of every month. Here is a post about the Nigerian police ranks and their salaries in 2018.

In total, the Nigerian police is responsible for the peace and order in the country. The police force number consists of about 372 000 people but this number is not enough to prevent all the criminal cases. This is why it was recently approved that the police staff will increase to about 650 000 police officers.

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So, first of all, we should mention that the Nigerian police is a rather serious structure, which was built in 1930. Nowadays, it consists of 36 teams which is spread across the country and are classified into 12 various zones. It should be noted here that all these zones are operated by the seven various administrative organs. There are over 2 000 police stations in Nigeria.

Arms of the Nigeria Police.

  • Administrative arm
  • Anti-Fraud Section
  • The Central Criminal Registry
  • Special Anti-Robbery Squad
  • X-Squad, General Investigation
  • Special Fraud Unit
  • Legal Section
  • Forensic Science Laboratory
  • Interpol Liaison
  • Homicide
  • Police Mobile Force
  • Anti-Human Trafficking Unit
  • Force Intelligence Bureau
  • DCI Kaduna Annex and Counter Terrorism Unit.

Note that a Nigerian police officer’s salary is dependent on his or her rank in the Nigerian Police and grade. That being said, we shall take it from the recruit to the Inspector General of Police and you will learn about new salaries of different ranks in the Nigeria police force.

1. Police Recruit

Salary per month – N9,019.42
Annual Salary – N108,233

2a. Police Constable Grade Level 03

Salary per month – N43, 293.80

Annual Salary – N519,525.6

2b. Police Constable Grade Level 10

Salary per month – N51,113.59

Annual Salary- N613,363.08

3a. Police Corporal On Grade 04 (1)

Salary per month – N44,715.53
Annual Salary – N536,586.36

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

Salary per month- N51,113.59
Annual Salary – N613,365.08

4a. Police Sergeant On Grade 05 (step1)

Salary per month – N48,540.88
Annual Salary – N582,490.56

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

Salary per month – N55,973.84
Annual Salary – N671,686.08

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

Salary per month – N55,144.81
Annual Salary – N661,737.72

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

Salary per month – N62,204.88
Annual Salary – N746,458.56

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

Salary per month – N73,231.51
Annual Salary – N878,778.12

6b. Cadet Inspector On Grade 07 (step10)

Salary per month – N87,135.70
Annual Salary – N1,045,628.4

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

Salary per month – N127,604.68
Annual Salary – N1,531,256.16

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

Salary per month – N144,152.07

Annual Salary – N1,729,824.84

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

Salary per month- N136, 616.06
Annual Salary- N1,639,392.72

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

Salary per month -N156,318.39
Annual Salary – N1,875,820.68

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

Salary per month -N148,733.29
Annual Salary -N1,784,799.48

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

Salary per month -N170,399.69

Annual Salary -N2,044,796.28

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

Salary per month – N161,478.29
Annual Salary -N1,937,739.48

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

Salary per month – N187,616.69
Annual Salary-N2,251400.28

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

Salary per month – N172,089.06
Annual Salary -N2,065,068.72

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

Salary per month-N199,723.96
Annual Salary -N2,396,687.52

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

Salary per month – N183,185.73
Annual Salary -N2,198,228.76

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

Salary per month – N212,938.16
Annual Salary – N2,555,257.92

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

Salary per month – N242,715.65
Annual Salary – N2,912,587.8

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

Salary per month – N278,852.79
Annual Salary -N3,346,233.48

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

Salary per month – N266,777.79
Annual Salary -N3,201,333.48

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

Salary per month- N302,970.47
Annual Salary-N3,635,645.64

15. An Assistant Inspector General Of Police

Salary per month – N499,751.87
Annual Salary – N5,997,022.44

16. Deputy Inspector General Of Police

Salary per month – N546,572.73

Annual Salary – N6,558,872.76

16. Inspector General Of Police, (IGP)

The highest rank in Nigeria Police Force is the Inspector General of Police. He is appointed by the president and can be sacked by him also. The IGP is usually appointed on a four year term. He must leave office and the president will appoint another person to replace him when his tenure expires or if he is sacked. His monthly salary is more than what the other police officers earn; see it below:

IGP Salary per month -N711,498
IGP Annual Salary – N8,537,976

Those are Nigerian police salary structure as listed above. What is your take on the new salaries of the Nigerian police take home pay.

We also take a cursory look at the hierarchy at the Nigeria Police Force starting from the highest position which is currently held by the Inspector General of Police down to the least rank which is the Police recruit.

  • The Inspector-General of Police
  • The Deputy Inspector-General of Police
  • The Assistant Inspector-General of Police
  • The Commissioner of Police (In-charge of contingents in a state)
  • The Deputy Commissioner of Police
  • The Asst. Commissioner of Police
  • The Chief Superintendent of Police
  • The Superintendent of Police
  • The Deputy Superintendent of Police
  • The Asst. Superintendent of Police
  • The Inspector of Police
  • Sergeant Major
  • Sergeant
  • Corporal
  • Constable
  • Police recruit

Now that we know the hierarchy in the force, lets know how the Nigerian police salary scale per month and their yearly take home pay looks like, so you can judge for yourselves whether the Nigerian police is being paid well or not.

  • Police Recruit’s salary per month is N9,019.42 and his salary per annum is N108,233
  • Police Constable Grade Level 03’s salary per month is N43, 293.80 and his annual salary is N519,525.6
  • Police Constable Grade Level 10’s Salary per month is N51,113.59 and his annual salary is N613,363.08
  • Police Corporal On Grade 04 (1)’s Salary per month is N44,715.53 and his Annual Salary is N536,586.36
  • Police Corporal On Grade Level 04 (10)’s Salary per month is N51,113.59 and his Annual Salary is N613,365.08
  • Police Sergeant On Grade 05 (step1)’s Salary per month is N48,540.88 and his Annual Salary is N582,490.56
  • Police Sergeant On Grade 05 (step 10)’s Salary per month is N55,973.84 and his Annual Salary is N671,686.08
  • Sergeant Major On Grade 06 (step 1)’s Salary per month is N55,144.81 and his Annual Salary is N661,737.72
  • Sergeant Major On Grade 06 (step 10)’s Salary per month is N62,204.88 and his Annual Salary is N746,458.56
  • Cadet Inspector On Grade Level 07 (step1)’s Salary per month is N73,231.51 and his Annual Salary is N878,778.12
  • Cadet Inspector On Grade 07 (step10)’s Salary per month is N87,135.70 and his Annual Salary is N1,045,628.4
  • Assistant Superintendent Of Police On Grade 08 (step1)’s Salary per month is N127,604.68 and his Annual Salary is N1,531,256.16
  • Assistant Superintendent Of Police On Grade 08 (step10)’s Salary per month is N144,152.07 and his Annual Salary is N1,729,824.84
  • Assistant Superintendent Of Police On Grade 09 (step1)’s Salary per month is N136, 616.06 and his Annual Salary is N1,639,392.72
  • Assistant Superintendent Of Police On Grade 09 (step10)’s Salary per month is N156,318.39 and his Annual Salary isN1,875,820.68
  • Deputy Superintendent Of Police On Grade 10 (step1)’s Salary per month is N148,733.29 and his Annual Salary is N1,784,799.48
  • Deputy Superintendent Of Police on Grade 10 (step10)’s Salary per month is N170,399.69 and his Annual Salary is N2,044,796.28
  • Superintendent Of Police On Grade 11 (step1)’s Salary per month is N161,478.29 and his Annual Salary is N1,937,739.48
  • Superintendent Of Police On Grade 11 (step 10)’s Salary per month is N187,616.69 amd his Annual Salary is N2,251400.28
  • Chief Of Superintendent Of Police on Grade 12 (step1)’s Salary per month is N172,089.06 and his Annual Salary is N2,065,068.72
  • Chief Of Superintendent Of Police On Grade 12 (step 8)’s Salary per month is N199,723.96 and his Annual Salary is N2,396,687.52
  • Assistant Commissioner Of Police Grade 13 (step1)’s Salary per month is N183,185.73 and his Annual Salary is N2,198,228.76.
  • Assistant Commissioner Of Police Grade 13 (step10)’s Salary per month is N212,938.16 and his Annual Salary is N2,555,257.92
  • Deputy Commissioner Of Police On Grade 14 (step1)’s Salary per month is N242,715.65 and his Annual Salary is N2,912,587.8
  • Deputy Commissioner Of Police On Grade 14 (step7)’s Salary per month is N278,852.79 and his Annual Salary is N3,346,233.48
  • Commissioner Of Police on Grade 15 (step1)’s Salary per month is N266,777.79 and his Annual Salary is N3,201,333.48
  • Commissioner Of Police on Grade 15 (step 6)’s Salary per month is N302,970.47 and his Annual SalaryisN3,635,645.64
  • Assistant Inspector General Of Police’s Salary per month is N499,751.87 and his Annual Salary is N5,997,022.44.
  • Deputy Inspector General Of Police’s Salary per month is N546,572.73 and his Annual Salary is N6,558,872.76.
  • Inspector General Of Police, (IGP) is the highest ranked officer in the Nigeria Police Force. His Salary per month amounts to N711,498, while his Annual Salary is N8,537,976.

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