This research project on “An Evaluation of the impact of the Nigeria Police Force in Crime Management” (A case study of Anambra State Police command) is being carried out for the purpose of enlightening the Nigeria Police and the general public on the primary and vital role of the Nigeria Police Force with regards to crime management thereby determining whether they have performed poorly or satisfactorily. The first chapter of the project is an introduction that consists of the background of the study, statement of the problem, limitation of the study, significant of the study, research hypothesis etc. The second chapter contains the literature review, which presents the necessary literature conducted by the researcher and some past views. In addition, there is chapter three in which the researcher selected a total sample of 205 members of the Nigeria Police Force and some members of the general public. The police stations contacted were Inland Town Police Stations, Figgie Police Station at Onitsha in Anambra State. The data collected were analyzed in chapter four in which simple percentage was used while the hypothesis were calculated using the Chi-square method. Chapter five contains restatement of the problem, discussion of findings, summary, conclusion and recommendation. However, in the course of this research, the researcher discovered that the general public, do not see the police as being effective in crime management in Nigeria and that the relationship between the police and the general public is not very cordial. Therefore, the researcher recommends community policing and the use of scientific method in carrying out investigation as these will help to improve cordial relationship between the general public and the police in addition to helping to stem the emption of crime.