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Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) Ranks Structure (Officer and Marshals Ranks)

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Federal Road Safety Corps Ranks Structure | For those that want to apply for, FRSC Recruitment , know about FRSC Ranks, Current Ranking about FRSC, Full guide for (FRSC) Ranking , Brief History of Federal Road Safety Corps in Nigeria, things you should know about (FRSC), Check here Step-by-Step

Rank Structure

See : History of Federal Road Safety Corps in Nigeria

FRSC OFFICERS RANKS / STRUCTURE

1 ARC Assistant Route Commander (Entry Point)
2 DRC Deputy Route Commander
3 RC Route Commander
4 SRC Superintendent Route Commander
5 CRC Chief Route Commander
6 ACC Assistant Corps Commander
7 DCC Deputy Corps Commander
8 CC Corps Commander
9 ACM Assistant Corps Marshal
10 DCM Deputy Corps Marshal
11 CM Corps Marshal

FRSC MARSHALS RANKS / STRUCTURE

1 Junior Marshals RMAIII Road Marshal Assistant III (Entry Point)
2 RMAII Road Marshal Assistant II
3 RMAI Road Marshal Assistant I
4 SRMA Senior Road Marshal Assistant
5 DCRMA Deputy Chief Road Marshal Assistant
6 CRMA Chief Road Marshal Assistant
7 Non-Commissioned Officers (NCOs) MI-III Marshal Inspector III
8 MI-II Marshal Inspector II
9 MI-I Marshal Inspector I
10 Senior Non-Commissioned Officers (SNCOs) SMI Senior Marshal Inspector
11 PMI Principal Marshal Inspector
12 ACI Assistant Chief Inspector
13 DCI Deputy Chief Inspector
14 CI Chief Inspector

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