The aims and objectives of Peace Corps include:
a. To enlist, mobilise, train, orientate and provide gainful employment for the youths in order to develop them as supporting agents of social order, by providing a second line of public safety;
b. To serve as a think-tank and engage in educating residents of every community on security and safety measures peculiar to their neighbourhood;
c. To uphold a bottom-up surveillance through monitoring and observation and to detect, collate, analyse and transmit intelligence data on matters that may likely cause breach of peace and security within the neighbourhood; and transmit same to the appropriate security agency for pre-emptive actions;
d. To engage in Peace Education, Mediation and Conflict Resolution in order to advance the cause of Peace-building, Reconciliation and Conflict Transformation in all communities in Nigeria;
e. To secure educational institutions from intruders and to combat all forms of social decadence/vices, including cultism, examination malpractices, drug abuse and prostitution, with a view to creating peaceful and conducive atmosphere for learning;
f. To serve as a reservoir and springboard of manpower for volunteerism and involvement in social and community services such as Crowd Control, Tour Guard/Guide, Emergency Relief Services, Rehabilitation of Internally Displaced Persons, Voters’ Registration, Election Duties, Census, Immunization, Sanitation and First Aid and;
g. To set-up a centre saddled with the responsibility of training and building the capacity of the youths in the areas of Critical Thinking, Creativity, Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Skill Acquisition.