DIG Joseph Egbunike

DIG Joseph Obiajulu Egbunike
He graduated from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, with B.sc (Hons) Accounting, he holds a Bachelor of Laws (LLB Hons.), B.L. He also holds Masters in International Law and Diplomacy (MILD) and PhD in Criminology.

Apart from Nigeria Police Mortgage Bank Plc where he represents the NPF Accounts & Budget, Joseph also sits on the Board of Nigeria Police Force Property Development & Construction Company Ltd.          Joseph attended the Advanced Detective Course, CSP – ACP and ACP – DCP Promotion courses, Police Staff College Jos, Plateau State amongst other local and international professional courses.
He has gained over 26 years experience in Nigeria Police Force and currently serves as the Deputy Inspector-General of Police (Force Criminal Investigation Department (FCID)); he also served as a former Deputy Inspector-General of Police (Department of Finance And Administration); Commissioner of Police,  Account and Budget; Secretary, Force Headquarters Purchasing and Tenders Board; a Member of Federal Government Losses Committee; the Accountant of Nigeria Police Cooperative Multi-Purpose Society Limited.
He was at various times 2i/c State Intelligence Officer, Divisional Crime Officer (DCO) Central Police Station, Onitsha; Patrol and Guard Officer, Ogidi, all in Anambra State Police Command, Divisional Traffic Officer, Abakpa-Nike; General Investigation, State CID, Enugu State. Joseph was Account Bills Officer, Group Accounts Division, (GAD), NNPC Headquarters, Falomo, Lagos during his National Youth Service Corps (NYSC).

Similarly, he is a member of the following professional bodies: International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP); Association of National Accountant of Nigeria (ANAN); Nigeria Bar Association (NBA); Member, Institute of Cost Management (ICM); Nigeria Institute of Management (NIM); and Member, Chartered Institute of Fraud Examiners.

Joseph is an astute financial manager and an apostle of good corporate governance. He is happily married and blessed with children.