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Tabuk City, Kalinga; Tuguegarao City &

Aparri, both of Cagayan


December 2017 Criminologists
Licensure Examination

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Subjects:

Police Organization and Administration with Police Planning -5.0%


Industrial Security Management -2.0%
Police Patrol Operations with Police Communication System -4.0%
Police Intelligence -3.0%
Police Personnel and Records Management -4.0%
Comparative Police System -2.0 % 20%

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Police Organization and Administration with
Police Planning

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95% - Perspiration

3% - Inspiration

2% - Luck

DR. HANS GROSS


Criminologist

HE WHO FAILS TO PREPARE MUST BE PREPARED TO


FAIL

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Win Or Win

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It is a group of trained personnel in the
field of public safety administration
engaged in the achievement of goals and
objectives that promotes the maintenance
of peace and order, protection of life and
property, enforcement of the laws and the
prevention of crimes

A. Police Organization C. Administration


B. Police Administration D. Organization
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-a group of persons working together for a
common goal or objectives a form of human
association for the attainment of a goal or
objective
the process of identifying and grouping the
work to be performed, defining and
delegating responsibility and authority,
establishing relationships for the purpose of
enabling people work effectively.

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are those with a system of coordinated
activities, a group of people, authority and
leadership and cooperation towards a goal.

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an indefinite and structure less organization
that has no definite subdivisions comprises
by unconscious groups of feelings, passion
and activities of individuals.
Unplanned system of the activities and
interactions of participants.

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a group of trained personnel in the field of
public safety administration engaged in the
achievement of goals and objectives that
promotes the maintenance of peace and
order, protection of life and property,
enforcement of the laws and the prevention
of crimes.
It is either formal or informal organizations.

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an organizational process concerned with the
implementation of objectives and plans and
internal operating efficiency connotes
bureaucratic structure and behavior, relatively
routine decision -making and maintenance of
the internal order

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- the process involved in ensuring strict
compliance, proper obedience of laws and
related statutes focuses on the
policing process or how law
enforcement agencies are organized and
managed in order to achieve the goals of law
enforcement most effectively, efficiently and
productively

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Police Management
Pertains to the utilization of available
resources in an organization.
Police administration
Refers to the processes used in the
organiztion
(POSDCRB/POSDC)
Planning - setting performance objectives
Organizing - dividing the work to be done
Staffing - filling the org with the right people/position
Directing - making decisions
Coordinating interrelating various parts of work
Reporting keeping executives informed
Budgeting fiscal planning, accounting, and control
Classical Approach
** Scientific Management - (F. Taylor) focus
on workers productivity
** Bureaucratic Management - (M.Weber)
focus on division of labor and hierarchy
of
authority
** Administrative Mgmt - (H. Fayol)
the 14 management principles
The 14 Management Principle (FAYOL)
Division of Work - specialization
Authority and Responsibility - right to command
Discipline Obedience
Unity of Command- one man
Unity of Direction link to same ojectives
Subordination of individual interest to general interest -
interest
Remuneration of Personnel- motivation
Centralization- decision making
Scalar Chain- hierarchy
Order- work and social
Equity equal and balance
Stability of personnel tenure deployment/managing
Initiative give new ideas
Espirit de Corps - unity
It is a group of trained personnel in the
field of public safety administration
engaged in the achievement of goals and
objectives that promotes the maintenance
of peace and order, protection of life and
property, enforcement of the laws and the
prevention of crimes

A. Police Organization C. Administration


B. Police Administration D. Organization
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The following are the examples of the staff
functions of the police except

A. Planning
B. Research
C. Budgeting
D. None of the above

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PRIMARY OR LINE FUNCTIONS
functions that carry out the major purposes
of the organization , delivering the services
and dealing directly with the public.
examples of the line functions of the police
are Patrolling (back bone), traffic duties, and
crime investigation

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functions that are designed to support the
line functions and assist in the performance
of the line functions
examples of the staff functions of the police
are Planning, research, budgeting and legal
advice

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AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS - functions involving
the logistical operations of the organization
examples are communication, maintenance,
records management, supplies and
equipment management.

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The following are the examples of the staff
functions of the police except

A. Planning
B. Research
C. Budgeting
D. None of the above

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Those that perform the administrative
functions examples are personnel, finance,
planning and training.

A. Administrative Units
B. Operational Units
C. Service Units
D. Secondary Units

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OPERATIONAL UNITS - those that perform
primary or line functions examples are patrol,
traffic, investigation and vice control,
ADMINISTRATIVE UNITS - those that perform
the administrative functions examples are
personnel, finance, planning and training
SERVICE UNITS - those that perform auxiliary
functions examples are communication,
records management

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Those that perform the administrative
functions examples are personnel, finance,
planning and training.

A. Administrative Units
B. Operational Units
C. Service Units
D. Secondary Units

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It is the primary subdivision of a bureau.

A. Department
B. Bureau
C. Division
D. Unit

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DEPARTMENT is the largest than the bureau. The
bureau is just under of department. Example the BJMP
is under the Department of the Interior and Local
Government(DILG)
BUREAU- The largest organic unit within a
large department. The PNP is a bureau under the
NAPOLCOM and attached to DILG
DIVISION - The primary subdivision of a bureau. like
Division for Personnel and Record Management
(DPRM)
SECTION - Functional units within a particular
division. This is necessary for specialization.
UNITS - Functional group within a section where
further specialization is needed.

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It is the primary subdivision of a bureau.

A. Department
B. Bureau
C. Division
D. Unit

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An area containing two or more beats, routes
or posts.
A. Post
B. Route
C. Beat
D. Sector

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Post a fixed point or location to which an
officer is assigned for duty, such as a
designated desk or office or an intersection
or crosswalk from traffic duty. It is a spot
location for general guard duty.
Route a length of streets designated for
patrol purposes. It also called LINE BEAT.
Beat An area assigned for patrol purposes,
whether foot or motorized

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Sector An area containing two or more
beats, routes or posts.
District a geographical subdivision of a city
for patrol purposes, usually with its own
station.
Area a section or territorial division of a
large city each comprised of designated
districts.

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It is the primary subdivision of a bureau.

A. Department
B. Bureau
C. Division
D. Unit

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The Philippine National Police is under what
kind of organizational structure

A. Line
B. Functional
C. Line and Staff
D. All of the above

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the systematic arrangement of the
relationship of the members, positions,
departments and functions or work of the
organization
it is comprised of functions, relationships,
responsibilities and authorities of individuals
within the organization.

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the oldest and simplest kind; also called
military
defined by its clear chain of command from
the highest to the lowest and vice versa
depicts the line functions of the organization
orders or commands must come from the
higher level of authority before it can be
carried out
involves few departments

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Line Type Organization
(military type; simplest type)

Chief of
Police

Captain Captain

Lieutenants Lieutenants Lieutenants Lieutenants

Sgt Sgt Sgt Sgt Sgt

Patrolmen Patrolmen Patrolmen Patrolmen Patrolmen Patrolmen


structure according to functions and
specialized units
depicts staff functions of the organization
responsibilities are divided among authorities
who are all accountable to the authority
above

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(specialized; functional managers)
A combination of the line and functional kind
combines the flow of information from the
line structure with the staff departments that
service, advise, and support them
more formal in nature and has many
departments
The Philippine National Police follow the LINE
AND STAFF kind of organizational structure

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combination of line & functional
The Philippine National Police is under what
kind of organizational structure

A. Line
B. Functional
C. Line and Staff
D. All of the above

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In this concept, the people have no share or
little participation with the duties or connection
with the police organization.

A. old concept B. home rule theory


C. continental theory D. modern concept

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In this concept, the people have no share or
little participation with the duties or connection
with the police organization.

A. old concept B. home rule theory


C. continental theory D. modern concept

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policemen are regarded as servants of the
community, who rely for the efficiency of
their functions upon the express needs of the
people
policemen are civil servants whose key duty is
the preservation of public peace and security
It exist in United States, England and
Philippines

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policemen are regarded as servants of the
higher authorities
the people have no share or have little
participation with the duties nor connection
with the police organization
It exist in France, Italy and Spain- countries
with a decentralized form of government

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In this concept, police service gives the
impression of being merely a suppressive
machinery.

A. old concept B. home rule theory


C. continental theory D. modern concept

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In this concept, police service gives the
impression of being merely a suppressive
machinery.

A. old concept B. home rule theory


C. continental theory D. modern concept

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police service gives the impression of
being merely a suppressive machinery
this philosophy advocates that the
measurement of police competence is the
increasing number of arrests, throwing
offenders in detention facilities rather than
trying to prevent them from committing
crimes

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regards police as the first line of defense of
the criminal justice system, an organ of crime
prevention
police efficiency is measured by the
decreasing number of crimes
broadens police activities to cater to social
services and has for its mission the welfare of
the individual as well as that of the
community in general

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One man must be in complete command in
every situation.

A. chain of command
B. unity of command
C. command responsibility
D. span of control

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UNITY OF COMMAND -dictates that there should only
be ONE MAN commanding the unit to ensure
uniformity in the execution of orders. UNITY OF
COMMAND - It means that each employee should
have only one supervisor or boss.

2) SPAN OF CONTROL - the ability of one


man to direct, coordinate, and control
immediate subordinates.
City 1:1000
Nationwide 1:500

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3) DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY -conferring of
certain specified authority by a superior to a
subordinate.
4) HIERARCHY OF AUTHORITY -the relationship
between superiors and subordinates
5) SPECIALIZATION -the assignment of particular
personnel to particular tasks which are highly
technical and require special skills and training.
6) CHAIN OF COMMAND -the arrangement of
officers from top to bottom on the basis of rank
or position and authority.

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7) COMMAND RESPONSIBILITY -dictates that immediate
commanders shall be responsible for the effective
supervision and control of their personnel and unit .

NAP O LCO M M C No. 95 - 03


Institutionalization of the Doctrine of Command
Responsibility at all levels of Command in the PNP

E O No. 226 - Institutionalization of the Doctrine of


Command Responsibility in all Government offices

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Maintenance of intended delegation requires
that the decisions within its authority of
individual commander should be made by
them and not be referred upward or downward
in the organizational structure is referred to as;

A. principle of delegation by result expected


B. principle of absoluteness of responsibility
C. principle of parity and responsibility
D. authority level principle

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PRINCIPLE OF UNITY OF OBJECTIVES
an organization is effective if it enables the
individuals to contribute to the organizations
objectives.

Authority Level Principle implies that


decisions within the authority of the individual
commander should be made by them and not
be returned upward in the organizational
structure

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Principle of Organizational Efficiency
Organization efficiency is effective if it is
structured in such a way to aid the
accomplishment of the organizations objectives
with a minimum cost.
Scalar Principle shows the vertical hierarchy of
the organization which defines an unbroken
chain of units from top to bottom describing
explicitly the flow of authority.
Functional Principle refers to division of work
according to type, place, time and specialization

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Line and Staff implies that a system of
varied functions arrange into a workable
pattern. The line organization is responsible
for the direct accomplishment of the
objectives while the staff is responsible for
support, advisory and facilitates capacity.

Principle of Balance states the application of


principles must be balanced to ensure the
effectiveness of the structure in meeting
organizations objectives.

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Principle of Delegation by result states that
authority delegated should be adequate to
ensure the ability to accomplish expected
results.
Principle of absoluteness of responsibility
explains that the responsibility of the
subordinates to their superior for
performance is absolute and the superior
cannot escape responsibility for the
organization on activities performed by their
subordinates

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Principle of Parity and Responsibility
explains that responsibility for action cannot
be greater than that implied by the authority
delegated nor should it be less.
(Independence and power to carry out &
Excessive authority)

Principle of Flexibility means that more


flexible the organization, the more it can
fulfill its purpose

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It shows the vertical hierarchy of the
organization which defines an unbroken chain
of units from top to bottom

A. principle of delegation by result expected


B. principle of absoluteness of responsibility
C. principle of parity and responsibility
D. Scalar Chain principle

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An officer who is in command of the
department, a bureau, a division, an area or a
district is
A. Sworn Officer
B. Superior Officer
C. Commanding Officer
D. Ranking Officer

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Sworn Officer all personnel of the police
department who have oath and who possess the
power to arrest.
Superior Officer one having supervisory
responsibilities, either temporarily or
permanently, over officers of lower rank.
Commanding Officer an officer who is in
command of the department, a bureau, a
division, an area or a district
Ranking Officer the officer who has the more
senior rank / higher rank in a team or group.

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The nature of which the police officer is free
from specific routine duty is

A. On duty
B. Off Duty
C. Special Duty
D. None of the above

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On duty the period when an officer is
actively engaged in the performance of his
duty.
Off Duty the nature of which the police
officer is free from specific routine duty.
Special Duty the police service, its nature,
which requires that the officer be excused
from the performance of his active regular
duty.

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The period which an officer is excused from
active duty by reason of illness or injury is

A. Leave of Absence
B. Sick Leave
C. Suspension
D. None of the above

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Leave of Absence period, which an officer is
excused from active duty by any valid /
acceptable reason, approved by higher
authorities.
Sick Leave period which an officer is
excused from active duty by reason of illness
or injury.
Suspension a consequence of an act which
temporarily deprives an officer from privilege
of performing his duties as result of violating
directives or other department regulations.

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Praetorian guard was introduced by the people
of

A. Ancient Egypt
B. Ancient Greece
C. Ancient Rome
D. Babylonians

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POLITEIA Greek word which means
government of the city
POLITIA Roman word which means
condition of the state or government
POLICE French word which was later
adopted by the English language.
Law Enforcement Officer-American

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Use as a protective and law
enforcement organization
developed from the use of military
bodies as guardians of the peace in
5 Century

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A system of policing emerged during the
Anglo-Saxon period whereby all male residents
were required to guard the town.

A. Tun Policing
B. Hue and Cry
C. Trial by Ordeal
D. None of the above

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A system of policing emerged during the
Anglo-Saxon period whereby all male residents
were required to guard the town.

A. Tun Policing
B. Hue and Cry
C. Trial by Ordeal
D. None of the above

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A system of policing emerged during the Anglo-
Saxon period whereby all male residents were
required to guard the town (tun) to preserve
peace and protect the lives and properties of the
people.
Ten families in a town (tun) equaled a tithing.
Each TITH ING elected a leader who was known
as the TITHINGMAN.
Since 10 tithings amounted to 100, the leader of
the 100 families was named the reeve. Both the
tithingman and reeve were elected officials.
They possessed judicial power as well as police
authority.

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provides for methods of apprehending a
criminal by an act of the complainant shout
to call all male residents to assemble and
arrest the suspect.

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A judicial practice where in the guilt or
innocence of the accused is determined by
subjecting him to an unpleasant, usually
dangerous, experience.
The word ordeal was derived from the
Medieval Latin word Dei Indicum which
means a miraculous decision.
(YOU ARE PROTECTED BY YOUR GOD)

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Diane was put into jeopardy for a certain crime
and was not given a due process of law
instead, she was processed through the use of
a boiling water to ascertain her guilt. If you are
Diane, what do you call that kind of system?

A. summary hearing B. Injustice


C. trial by ordeal D. regular trial

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It is also known as The Keeper of the Horse
was appointed to each village to aid the Rieve
in his duties.

A. Shires
B. Rieve
C. Constabuli
D. None of the above

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It is also known as The Keeper of the Horse
was appointed to each village to aid the Rieve
in his duties.

A. Shires
B. Rieve
C. Constabuli
D. None of the above

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Shire-Reeve ( SH E RIFF) System

SHIRES a division of (55) military areas in England


under the Regime of France.(subordinates)
RIEVE (the head-man) - the military leader
(lieutenants of the army) who is in charge of the
Shires. (leader)
Two CONSTABULI or The Keeper of the Horse was
appointed to each village to aid the Rieve in his
duties. It became the source of the word Constable.
SHIRE-RIEVE- it is from the word Sheriff came. A
person which absolute powers that no one could
questions his or her actions

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judge selected to hear cases which were
formerly being judge by the Shire-Rieve and
task to travel through and hear criminal
cases.
This was the first instance of the division of
the police and judicial powers.

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LE GES HENRICI (LAW OF HENRY) - an act that
was enacted during this period with the
following features:
Offenses were classified as against the king
and individual.
Policeman becomes public servant
The police and the citizens have the
broad power to arrest. It introduced the
system called CITIZENS ARREST .
Grand Jury was created to inquire on the facts
of the law.

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another law enacted upon the demand of the
Knights of the Round Table forcing the King
to sign the same with the following features:
No freeman shall be taken or imprisoned
except by legal judgment.
(PRESUMED INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN
GUILTY)
No person shall be tried for murder unless
there is proof of the body of the victim.
(CORPUZ DELICTI)

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A system of policing whereby a group of ten
neighboring male residents over twelve years
of age were required to guard the town to
preserve peace and protect the lives and
properties of the people

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The first law under Westminster Period that
mark the beginning of the curfew hours.

A. Statute of 1295
B. Justice of the Peace
C. Courts of the Star
D. None of the above

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The first law under Westminster Period that
mark the beginning of the curfew hours.

A. Statute of 1295
B. Justice of the Peace
C. Courts of the Star
D. None of the above

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STATUTE OF 1295

the law that mark the beginning of the curfew


hours, which demanded the closing of the
gates of London during sundown.

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Three or four men who were learned in the
law of the land were given authority to pursue
arrest, chastise and imprison violators of law.
They handled felonies, misdemeanors and
infractions of city or villages ordinances.
This was later abolished about 75 years later.

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a special court designed to try offenders
against the state.
The room set-up is formed in a shape of a
star and judges were given great powers such
as the power to force testimony from a
defendan t leading to a great abuse of power
or brutality on the part of the judges.

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He is known as the father of Modern Policing
System.

A. John Fielding
B. Sir Robert Peel
C. Henry Fielding
D. None of the above

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He is known as the father of Modern Policing
System.

A. John Fielding
B. Sir Robert Peel
C. Henry Fielding
D. None of the above

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In 1829, Sir Robert Peel introduced the
Metropolitan Police Act of 1829 passed by
the parliament of England-the milestone of
Englands police force.
Sir Robert Peel BOBBY become famous and
was considered as the Father of Modern
Policing System
BOBBIES SUBORDINATES OF ROBERT PEEL

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This was an armed and considered as the
mounted police in the Philippines under the
Spaniards.

A. Carabineros De Seguridad Publica


B. Guadrilleros/cuadrillo
C. Guardia civil
D. None of the above

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This was an armed and considered as the
mounted police in the Philippines under the
Spaniards.

A. Carabineros De Seguridad Publica


B. Guadrilleros/cuadrillo
C. Guardia civil
D. None of the above

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Organized in 1712 for the purpose of
carrying the regulations of the Department of
State
this was armed and considered as the
mounted police.

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This was a body of rural police organized in
each town and established by the Royal
Decree of 18 January 1836

this decree provided that 5% of the able-


bodied male inhabitants of each province
were to be enlisted in this police organization
for three years (PROVINCIAL POLICE)

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This was created by a Royal Decree issued by
the Crown on 12 February 1852 to partially
relieve the Spanish Peninsular troops of their
work in policing towns. (CITY POLICE)

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The Metropolitan Police Force of Manila was
organized pursuant to Act No. 70 of the Taft
Commission on

A. July 9, 1901
B. June 9, 1901
C. January 9, 1901
D. None of the above

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established on November 30, 1890 during
the Filipino-American war (1898-1901) upon
the recommendation of the Philippine
Commission to the Secretary of War.

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On January 9, 1901, the Metropolitan Police
Force of Manila was organized pursuant to
ACT NO 70 of the Taft Commission.
This has become the basis for the celebration
of the anniversary of the MANILAS FINE ST
every January 9th.

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- entitled An Act Providing for the
Organization and Government of an INSULAR
CO NSTABULAR Y , enacted on July 18, 1901
CAP T . H E NRY ALLE N - the first chief of
the Philippine Constabulary in
1901(AMERICAN REGIME).

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created the MANILA POLICE DEPARTMENT ,
enacted on July 31, 1901
CAP T. GEORGE CURRY - the first chief of
police of the Manila Police Department in
1901
Capt. George Curry, a US Army officer
appointed by the TAFT COMMISSION on
August 7, 1901.
Capt. Columbus Piatt was the last American
COP of MPD before WW II broke out

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The act that renamed the Insular Constabulary
into PHILIPPINE CONSTABULARY, enacted on
October 3, 1901
Brig/Gen. Henry T. Allen was the 1st Chief of the
Philippine Constabulary.
He was the PC Chief from 1901 to 1907 such that
he was called as the Father of Constabulary in the
Philippines.
The PC was manned mostly by Filipinos but
officers were mostly Americans.

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was approved a year before World War I
(August 1914 to November 1918) ended. In
Section 825 of this law, it stated that the
Philippine Constabulary is a national police
institution for preserving the peace keeping
order and enforcing the law.
Brig/Gen. Rafael Crame became the first
Filipino Chief of Police. He served as the PC
Chief from 1917-1927.

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The Japanese Military Police, known as
KEMPETAI were held responsible in maintaining
peace and order in Manila and adjacent urban
areas.
Kempetai ruled the urban areas until Gen.
Douglas McArthur returned on February 7,
1945.
The Manila Police Department, which was
created during the first American occupation,
was renamed into Metropolitan Constabulary
under the Bureau of Constabulary.

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ordered that the Philippine Constabulary be
one of the four services of the Armed Forces
of the Philippines, enacted on December 23,
1940

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The law that provides the National Police
Commission to conduct Police examination is

A. R.A 2260 B. R.A 6040


C. R.A 4864 D. R.A 6141

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REPUBLIC ACT 4864
otherwise known as the POLICE
PROFESSIONALIZATION ACT OF 1966,
enacted on September 8, 1966;
created the Police Commission (POLCOM);
later POLCOM was renamed into NATIONAL
POLICE COM M ISSIO N (NAPOLCOM)

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PRESIDENTIAL DECREE 765
otherwise known as the Integration Act of
1975, enacted on August 8,1975; established
the INTEGRATED NATIONAL POLICE (INP)
composed of the Philippine Constabulary (PC)
as the nucleus and the integrated local police
forces as components, under the Ministry of
National Defense transferred the NAPOLCOM
from the Office of the President to the
Ministry of National Defense

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(which was later called National Police
Commission under the Office of the
President.
Originally, the POLCOM was created as a
supervisory agency to the PC.
Its function was to oversee the training and
professionalization of the local police forces.
Through this law, reformation and
professionalization of the police service
gained official recognition.

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EXECUTIVE ORDER No 1012 - transferred to
the city and municipal government the
operational supervision and direction over all
INP units assigned within their locality; issued
on July 10,1985
EXECUTIVE ORDER NO 1040 - transferred the
administrative control and supervision of the
INP from the Ministry of National Defense to
the National Police Commission

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It is otherwise known as the Department of the
Interior and Local government Act o f 1990

A. R.A 6975 B. R.A 157


C. R.A 8551 D. R.A 9708

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created the NATIO NAL BUREAU OF
INVESTIGATIO N , enacted June 19, 1947 and
later reorganized by R.A. 2678
(RENAMED BY EXECUTIVE ORDER 92)
This law established that the NBI is both an
investigative and research service agency.

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otherwise known as the DEPARTMENT OF THE
INTERIOR AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT O F
1990, enacted on December 13, 1990;
reorganized the DILG and established the
(SECTION 23) Philippine National Police,
(SECTION 53) Bureau of Fire Protection
(SECTION 60) Bureau of Jail Management
and Penology and the
(SECTION 66) Philippine Public Safety College

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otherwise known as the Philippine National
Police Reform an d Reorganization Act of
1998 , enacted on February 25, 1998
this law amended certain provisions of RA
6975 (BY PRESIDENT FIDEL V. RAMOS)

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law amending the provisions of RA 6975 and
RA 8551 on the minimum educational
qualification for appointment to the PNP and
adjusting the promotion system; approved on
12 August 2009

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The first chief of the Philippine National Police

A. Brig Gen (Chief Supt) Rafael Crame


B. Co L . ( Sr. Sup T) Antonio Torres
C. CO L. (SR. SUPT) Lamberto Javalera
D. P /Dir Gen. (General) Cesar Nazareno

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The first chief of the Philippine National Police

A. Brig Gen (Chief Supt) Rafael Crame


B. Co L . ( Sr. Sup T) Antonio Torres
C. CO L. (SR. SUPT) Lamberto Javalera
D. P /Dir Gen. (General) Cesar Nazareno

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Col. Antonio C. Torres the 1st Filipino COP
when Manila Police Department became an all
Filipino police organization; declared Manila
as an open city when World War II broke-out
in 1941; during the World War II, Manila
police was placed again under the American
control.
Col. Marcus Ellis Jones a U.S. Provost
Marshall who was named as MPD COP just
after the Manila Liberation.

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BRIG GEN (CHIEF SUPT) RAFAEL CRAME - the
first Filipino chief of the Philippine
Constabulary in 1917 (FILIPINO REGIME)
CO L. (SR. SUPT) LAMBE RTO JAVALE RA- the
first chief of police of the Manila Police
Department after the Philippine Independence
appointed by Pres. Roxas under the Republic
Government.
from the United States of America in 1946
P /DIR GEN. (GENERAL) CE SAR NAZARE NO -
the first chief of the Philippine National Police

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The following are the composition of the DILG
except
A. PNP
B. BJMP
C. BFP
D. None of the above

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Composition:
the Department proper
existing bureaus and offices of the DLG
the National Police Commission
the Philippine Public Safety College (PPSC)
Philippine National Police (PNP)
Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP)
Bureau of Jail Management and Penology
(BJMP)

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Who is the ex-officio chairman of the
NAPOLCOM

A. CPNP
B. SILG
C. Director General
D. None of the above

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headed by the Secretary to be appointed by the
President and who shall serve at the pleasure of
the President.
the Secretary shall be assisted by two (2)
Undersecretaries and three (3) Assistant
Secretaries .
Undersecretary for Local Government.
Undersecretary for Peace and Order.
No retired or resigned military officer or police
official may be appointed as Secretary within one
(1) year from date of retirement or resignation.
the Secretary is also the ex officio chairman of
the National Police Commission

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CATALINO S CUY
Officer-In-Charge,DILG
& Undersecretary for Peace and Order

AUSTERE A PANADERO, CESO I


Undersecretary for Local Government

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ESTER A ALDANA, CESO II
Assistant Secretary for
Finance,Comptrollership and
RICOJUDGE JANVIER M. ECHIVERRI
Assistant Secretary for External and
Legislative Affairs
EPIMACO V. DENSING III
Assistant Secretary for Plans and Programs

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ROOSQUE B. CALACAT
Assistant Secretary for Barangay Affairs and
Community Development
HAMID K LADJAKAHAL
Assistant Secretary for Muslim Affairs and
Special Concerns
NESTOR F QUINSAY,JR.
Assistant Secretary
MARJORIE N JALOSJOS
Assistant Secretary for Special Concerns

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Under RA 8551, the PNP shall through
information gathering and performance of its
ordinary police functions, ______ the AFP on
matters involving suppression of insurgency

A. takes charge
B. supports
C. in-charge
D. None of the above

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under RA 6975, the Armed Forces of the
Philippines (AFP) was in charge with external
security while the DILG was in charge with
internal security.
under RA 8551, the DILG shall be relieved of the
primary responsibility on matters involving
suppression of insurgency and other serious
threats to national security. The PNP shall
through information gathering and performance
of its ordinary police functions, support the AFP
on matters involving suppression of insurgency.

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The NAPOLCOM is consist of a Chairperson,
four (4) regular Commissioners and the _____
as ex officio member.

A. SILG
B. CPNP
C. USEC
D. None of the above

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an agency attached to the DILG for policy
coordination.
shall exercise administrative control and
operational supervision over the PNP.

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Chairperson, four (4) regular Commissioners and the Chief of
PNP as ex officio member.
shall serve a term of office of six (6) years without
reappointment or extension.
three of the regular commissioners shall come from civilian
sector who are neither active nor former members of the police
or military.
the fourth regular commissioner shall come from the law
enforcement sector either active or retired. Provided, that an
active member of a law enforcement agency shall be considered
resigned once appointed.
at least one (1) of the four regular commissioners shall be a
woman.
-from among the three regular commissioners from the civilian
sector, the Vice Chairperson shall be chosen.
-the Vice Chairperson shall act as the Executive Officer of the
Commission.

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Chairperson, four (4) regular Commissioners and
the Chief of PNP as ex officio member.
shall serve a term of office of six (6) years
without reappointment or extension.
three of the regular commissioners shall come
from civilian sector who are neither active nor
former members of the police or military.
the fourth regular commissioner shall come from
the law enforcement sector either active or
retired. Provided, that an active member of a law
enforcement agency shall be considered resigned
once appointed.

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at least one (1) of the four regular
commissioners shall be a woman.
from among the three regular commissioners
from the civilian sector, the Vice Chairperson
shall be chosen.
the Vice Chairperson shall act as the
Executive Officer of the Commission.

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The PNP is an organization that is national in
scope and ____in character

A. military
B. civilian
C. uniform
D. None of the above

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organized pursuant to RA 6975, as amended
by RA 8551
a law enforcement agency under the DILG.
under administrative control and operational
supervision of the National Police
Commission.
it is an organization that is national in scope
and civilian in character, as provided by
Article XVI,

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Section 6 of the 1987 Philippine Constitution:
The state shall establish and maintain one
police force which shall be national in scope
and civilian in character
headed by the Chief, PNP, with the rank of
Director General, appointed by the President
and who shall serve a term of office of four
(4) years.

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How many deputies in the PNP

A. 3 B. 4
C. 2 D. 1

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shall be headed by a Chief who shall be assisted
by two (2) deputy chiefs:
Deputy Chief for Administration.
Deputy Chief for Operations.
the Chief PNP and the two (2) deputy chiefs shall
be appointed by the President .
no officer who is retirable within six (6) months
shall be appointed Chief .
the PNP shall be composed of a national office,
regional offices, provincial offices, district
offices, and city or municipal stations.

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The national headquarters of the Philippine
National Police located is at

A. Camp Crame
B. Camp Adduru
C. Camp Aguinaldo
D. None of the above

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the national headquarters of the Philippine
National Police, located in Quezon City
houses the offices of the following:
1. Chief, PNP
2. two (2) deputy chiefs
3. Chief, Directorial Staff
4. ten (10) directorial staff
5. ten (10) administrative support units
6. ten (10) operational support units

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1. Directorate for Personnel and Records Management;
2. Directorate for Intelligence;
3. Directorate for Operations;
4. Directorate for Logistics;
5. Directorate for Integrated Police Operations
6. Directorate for Plans
7. Directorate for Comptrollership
8. Directorate for Police Community Relations
9. Directorate for Investigation and Detective Management
10. Directorate for Research and Development
11. Directorate for Information and Communication
Technology Management.
12. Directorate for Human Resource and Doctrine Devt

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1. Logistics Support Unit
2. Information Technology Management Service
3. Finance Service
4. Health Service
5. Communications and Electronic Service
6. Chaplain Service
7. Legal Service
8. Headquarters Support Service
9. Engineering Service
10. Training Service

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1. Maritime Group
2. Intelligence Group
3. Police Security and Protection Group
4. Criminal Investigation and Detection Group
5. Special Action Force
6. Aviation Security Group
7. Highway Patrol Group
8. Police Community Relations Group
9. Civil Security Group
10. Crime Laboratory

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The PNP has ____ police regional offices (PRO),
each headed by a .Regional Director

A. 15
B. 16
C. 17
D. None of the above

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-the PNP is divided into seventeen (17) police
regional offices (PRO), each headed by a
Regional Director;
PRO 1 13, NCRPO, CAR, and ARMM

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for every region, there are provincial offices,
each headed by a Provincial Director
in large provinces, police districts may be
established to be headed by a District
Director
at the city or municipal levels or stations,
each is headed by a Chief of Police

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NCRPO is divided into five (5) districts, each
headed by a District Director:
1. Manila Police District (MPD) (formerly Western
Police District)- Manila
2. Eastern Police District (EPD) Marikina, Pasig,
San Juan and Mandaluyong,
3. Northern Police District (NPD) Caloocan,
Malabon, Navotas, Valenzuela
4. Central Police District (CPD) Quezon City
5. Southern Police District (SPD) Pasay, Makati,
Paranaque, Las Pinas, Muntinlupa, Taguig and
Pateros

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A police Station headed by a Chief of Police
which is established in every component city
and municipality, under the direct command
and control of the Provincial Director or
District Director, as the case may be, classified
as follows:
COMPONENT CITIES
Type A for cities with population ranging from
100,000 or more
Type B for cities with population ranging from
75,000 to less than 100,000
Type C for cities with population of less than
75,000

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MUNICIPALITIES
Type A for those with population ranging from
75, 000 or more
Type B for those with population ranging from
30,000 to less than 75,000
Type C for those with population below
30,000

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What is the average manning level of the police
nationwide?

A. 1:500
B. 1:100
C. 1:1500
D. None of the above

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1:500 nationwide average
1:1000 minimum police-to-population
ratio

The actual strength by the cities and


municipalities shall depend on the state of
peace and order, population density and actual
demands of the service in the particular area

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What is the equivalent rank for the one star
rank for the PNP in the military?

A. General
B. Major General
C. Brigadier General
D. None of the above

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PNP AFP

Four Star - Director General General


Three Star -Deputy Director General Lieutenant General
Two Star - Director Major General
One Star - Chief Superintendent Brigadier General
Three Sun - Senior Superintendent Colonel
Two Sun - Superintendent Lieutenant Colonel
One Sun Chief Inspector Major
Two Anahaw Leaf Senior Inspector Captain
One Anahaw Leaf - Inspector Lieutenant

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PNP AFP

Non- Commissioned Officer


Senior Police Officer 4 Master Sergeant
Senior Police Officer 3 Technical Sergeant
Senior Police Officer 2 Staff Sergeant
Senior Police Officer 1 Sergeant
Police Officer 3 Corporal
Police Officer 2 Private First Class
Police Officer 1 Private

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How many PDDG rank in the PNP?

A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. None of the above

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Chief highest position in the PNP, with the
rank of Director General.
Deputy Chief for Administration the
second-in command, with the rank of Deputy
Director General.
Deputy Chief for Operations the third-in-
command, with the rank of Deputy Director
General
Chief Directorial Staff with the rank of
Deputy Director General
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Head of Directorial Staff with the rank of
Director
NCR Director with the rank of DIRECTOR
Regional Director- with the rank of Chief
Superintendent
Provincial Director-with the rank of Senior
Superintendent
NCR District Director - with the rank of Chief
Superintendent

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What should be the standard height for PNP
male applicant?

A. 1.62 m
B. 1.57 m
C. 1.52 m
D. None of the above

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1. A citizen of the Philippines;
2. A person of good moral conduct;
3. Must have passed the
psychiatric/psychological, drug and physical
tests to be administered by the PNP or by any
NAPOLCOM accredited government hospital
for the purpose of determining physical and
mental health;
4. Must possess a formal baccalaureate
degree from a recognized institution of
learning;

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5.Must be eligible in accordance with the standards set by
the Commission;
6. Must not have been dishonorably discharged from
military employment or dismissed for cause from any
civilian position in the Government;
7. Must not have been convicted by final judgment of an
offense or crime involving moral turpitude;
8. Must be at least one meter and sixty-two centimeters
(1.62 m) in height for male and one meter and fifty-seven
(1.57 m) for female;
9. Must weigh not more or less than five kilograms (5kgs)
from the standard weight corresponding to his or her
height, age and sex; and
10. For a new applicant, must not be less than twenty-one
(21) nor more than thirty (30) years of age

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NO TE: Section 30 (j) of R.A. 6975, as amended
by s ec t ion 14 of R.A. 8551, was further
amended by R. A. 9708 PNP members who are
already in the service upon the effectivity of
Republic Act No. 8551 shall be given five ( 5)
years to obtain the minimum education al
qualification
P NP MEMBERS RENDERING MORE THAN FIFTEEN
(15) YE ARS O F SE RVICE and who have exhibited
exemplary performance as determined by the
Commission, shall NO LONGE R BE REQUIRE D TO
COMPLY with the aforementioned minimum
educational requirement.

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The age, height and weight for initial
appointment to the PNP may be waived only
when the number of qualified applicants falls
below the approved national/regional quota.
The Commission en banc may grant age, height
and weight waiver. The NAPOLCOM Regional
Director may grant height waiver to a member of
an indigenous group.
Waiver of the age requirement may be granted
provided that the applicant shall not be less than
twenty (20) nor more than thirty five (35) years of
age.

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Waiver of the height requirement may be granted to a
male applicant who is at least 1 meter and 57 cm
(1.57m) and to a female applicant who is at least 1
meter and 52cm (1.52m). Provided, that the minimum
height requirement for applicants who belong to
indigenous group duly certified by the Office of the
Muslim Affairs (OMA) or the National Commission on
Indigenous Peoples (NCIP) shall be 1.52m for male
and 1.45m for female
An applicant who is granted a weight waiver shall be
given reasonable time not exceeding six (6) months
within which to comply with the said requirement.
Failure to attain the required weight shall cause the
termination from the service.

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Outstanding accomplishments or possession
of special skills in law enforcement, police
work, martial arts, marksmanship and similar
skills;
Special talents in the field of sports, music
and others;
Extensive experience or training in forensic
science and other technical services.

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POLICE ENTRANCE EXAMINATION taken by
applicants of the PNP
POLICE PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATIONS
taken by in-service police officers as part of
the mandatory requirements for promotion.
POLICE OFFICER EXAMINATION
SENIOR POLICE OFFICER EXAMINATION
INSPECTOR EXAMINATION
SUPERINTENDENT EXAMINATION

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The appropriate eligibilities for PO1 are those
acquired from the following:
- NAPOLCOM PNP Entrance Examination
- R.A. No. 6506 (Licensed Criminologist)
- R.A. No. 1080 (Bar and Board
Examinations of baccalaureate degree)
- P.D. 907 (Granting Civil Service Eligibility
to College Honor Graduates)
- Civil Service Professional

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Promotional Examinations
Members of the Bar and Licensed
Criminologists whose profession are germane
to law enforcement and police functions are
no longer required to take promotional
examinations.
Up to the rank of Superintendent.

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PO1 to SPO4 Appointed by the PNP Regional
Director for regional personnel or by the
Chief PNP for the National Headquarters
personnel.
INSP to SUPT Appointed by the Chief of the
PNP, as recommended by their immediate
superiors.
SSUPT to DDG Appointed by the President
Director General Appointed by the President
from among the senior officers down to the
rank of Chief Superintendent.

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PERMANENT when an applicant possesses the upgraded
general qualifications for appointment in the PNP.
TEMPORARY Any PNP personnel who is admitted due to
the waiver of the educational or weight requirements.

Any members who will fail to satisfy any of the waived


requirements with the specified time periods shall be
dismissed from the service.

Pursuant to NAPOLCOM Memorandum Circular No. 2007-


009, a newly recruited PO1 shall be appointed in temporary
status in twelve (12) months pending compliance with the
Field Training Program (FTP) involving actual experience and
assignment in patrol, traffic and investigation.

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1) In general, all original appointments of
commissioned officers in the PNP shall
commence with the rank of inspector, to
include all those with highly technical
qualifications applying for the PNP technical
services (R.A. 6975).
a). Senior Inspector
1) Chaplain;
2) Member of the Bar;
3) Doctor of Medicine

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b) Inspector
1) Dentist
2) Optometrists
3) Nurses
4) Engineers
5) Graduates of forensic science
6) Graduates of Philippine National Police
Academy
Licensed criminologists may be appointed to the
rank of inspector to fill up any vacancy after
promotions from the ranks are completed.

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a) A person with highly technical qualifications such as:
1) Dentist
2) Optometrist
3) Nurse
4) Engineer
5) Graduate of Forensic Science
6) Doctor of Medicine
7) Member of the Philippine Bar
8) Chaplain
9) Information Technologist
10) Pilot
11) Psychologist
b) Graduate of PNPA
c) Licensed Criminologist

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3) Top priority consideration for lateral entry
into the rank of Police Inspector shall be
given to top ten (10) placers of the different
Licensure Examinations. However, incumbent
PNP members who landed in the top ten shall
be given first preference over the civilian
provided that the qualifications are satisfied.
4).The maximum age of PNP members
applicants through lateral entry shall be forty
six (46) years old at the time of appointment.
Age waivers shall not be allowed.

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1. Regular Promotion - promotion granted to
police officers meeting the mandatory
requirements for promotion
2. Special/ Meritorious/Spot Promotion -
promotion granted to police officers who have
exhibited acts of conspicuous courage and
gallantry at the risk of his/her life above and
beyond the call of duty
3. Promotion by virtue of position

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1. Educational attainment
2. Completion of appropriate training/schooling,
such as:
Masters Degree -Chief Superintendent and
above
Officers Senior Executive Course (OSEC) Supt to
Sr. Supt
Officers Advance Course (OAC) Chief Insp.
Officers Basic Course (OBC) Sr. Insp.
Officers Candidate Course (OCC) SPOIV
Senior Leadership Course (SLC) SPOIII to SPOIV
Junior Leadership Course (JLC) POIII to SPOI

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3. Time-in Grade the number of years required for a police
officer to hold a certain rank before he can be promoted to the
next higher rank. The time-in grade in the PNP is maintained as
follows (NAPOLCOM MC # 2011-196):
2 years from Sr Supt to Chief Supt.
3 years from Supt to Sr Supt
5 years Chief Insp to Supt
5 years Sr Insp to Chief Insp
4 years Insp to Sr Insp
3 years SPO4 to Insp
3 years SPO3 to SPO4
3 years SPO2 to SPO3
3 years SPO1 to SPO2
3 years PO3 to SPO1
3 year PO2 to PO3
4 years PO1 to PO2

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4. Appropriate eligibility the required
promotional examinations
a. Police Officer Promotional Examination
b. Senior Police Officer Promotional
Examination
c. Police Inspector Promotional Examination
d. Police Superintendent Promotional
Examination

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Except for the Chief, PNP, no PNP member
who has less than one (1) year of service
before reaching the compulsory retirement
age shall be promoted to a higher rank or
appointed to any other position.

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Pursuant to RA 9708, In addition, the
institution of a criminal action or complaint
against a police officer shall not be a bar to
promotion: Provided, however, That upon
finding of probable cause, notwithstanding
any challenge that may be raised against that
finding thereafter, the concerned police
officer shall be ineligible for promotion:

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Provided, further, That if the case remains
unresolved after two (2) years from the
aforementioned determination of probable
cause, he or she shall be considered for
promotion. In the event he or she is held
guilty of the crime by final judgment, said
promotion shall be recalled without prejudice
to the imposition of the appropriate penalties
under applicable laws, rules and regulations:

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Provided, furthermore, That if the complaint
filed against the police officer is for a crime
including, but not limited to, a violation of
human rights, punishable by reclusion
perpetua or life imprisonment, and the court
has determined that the evidence of guilt is
strong, said police officer shall be completely
ineligible for promotion during the pendency
of the said criminal case.

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1. A deed of personal bravery and self sacrifice above and
beyond the call of duty, so conspicuous as to distinguish the
act clearly over and above his/her comrades in the
performance of more than ordinary hazardous service, such
as; but not limited to the following circumstances:
a. Overwhelming number of enemies and firepower
capability as against the strength of PNP operatives and
their firepower capability;
b. Infiltration and penetration of the safehouses and
hideouts of organized crime syndicates like kidnapping,
illegal drugs, carnapping, hijacking and terrorism;
c. Shoot-out in robbery/hold-up incidents inside public
places such as: malls, government offices, business
establishments and PUVs;
d. Conduct of rescue/disaster operations that resulted in the
saving of lives and properties.

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2. An act of heroism exhibited in the face of an
armed enemy or in the conduct of
rescue/disaster operations resulting in the loss
of life (posthumous promotions).

Posthumous Award in case an individual


who distinguish himself dies before the
granting of the awards.

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Any PNP personnel designated to any key
position whose rank is lower than that which
is required for such position shall, after six
(6) months of occupying the same, be entitled
to a rank adjustment corresponding to the
position.
Provided, that the personnel shall not be
reassigned to a position calling for a higher
rank until after two (2) years from the date of
such rank adjustment.

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Refers to the retirement or separation from
police service of PNP uniformed personnel
pursuant to any of the means mentioned in
Section 24 to 29 of RA 8551 and other means
as provided in NAPOLCOM Memorandum
Circular No. 2008-005.)

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Maximum Tenure in Position refers to the
maximum cumulative period for a PNP member
to hold a particular position level.

Position Maximum Tenure


Chief Four (4) years
Deputy Chief Four (4) years
Director of the Staff Services Four (4) years
Regional Directors Six (6) years
Provincial/City Directors Nine (9) years

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b) Attrition by Relief A PNP uniformed
personnel who has been relieved for just cause
and has not been given an assignment within
two (2) years after such relief shall be retired or
separated.

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c) Attrition by demotion in position or rank
Any PNP personnel, civilian or uniformed, who
are relieved and assigned to a position lower
than what is established for his or her grade in
the PNP staffing pattern and who shall not be
assigned to a position commensurate to his or
her grade within EIGHTEEN (18) MONTHS after
such demotion shall be retired or separated.

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d) Attrition by non-promotion Any PNP
personnel who has not been promoted for a
continuous period of TEN (10) YEARS shall be
retired or separated

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e) Attrition by other means - Any PNP
member of officer with at least five (5) years of
accumulated active service shall be separated
based on any of the following:
1. inefficiency based on poor performance
during the last two (2) successive annual
rating periods;

Poor performance refers to the poor rating in


the promulgated PNP Performance Evaluation
Rating System.

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2. Inefficiency based on poor performance for
three (3) cumulative annual rating periods;
3. Physical and/or mental incapacity to perform
police functions and duties.
4. Failure to pass the required entrance
examinations twice and/or finish the required
career course except for justifiable reasons;
5. refusal to take periodic PNP Physical Fitness
Test without justifiable reason.

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Physical Fitness Test refers to the method of
evaluating the physical condition of PNP
members in terms of stamina, strength, speed
and agility.
6. failure to take PNP Physical Fitness Test for four
(4) consecutive periodic tests due to health
reasons;
7. failure to pass PNP Physical Fitness Test for Two
(2) consecutive periodic tests or four (4)
cumulative periodic tests; or
8. non-compliance with the minimum qualification
standards for the permanency or original
appointment.

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Any personnel who is dismissed from the PNP
pursuant to different ways mentioned, shall
be retired if he or she has rendered at least
twenty (20) years of service and separated if
he or she has rendered less than twenty (20)
years of service, unless the personnel is
disqualified by law to receive such benefits.

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the separation of the police personnel from
the service by reason of reaching the age of
retirement provided by law, or upon
completion of certain number of years in
active service.
A PNP uniformed personnel shall retire to the
next higher rank for purposes of retirement
pay.

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a) Compulsory for officer and non-officer,
upon the attainment of age Fifty-Six (56).
Provided, in case of any officer with the rank of
CSUPT, Director or Deputy Director General,
the Commission may allow his retention in the
service for an unextendible of one (1) year.
b)Optional upon accumulation of at least
Twenty (20) years of satisfactory active service.

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Monthly retirement pay shall be FIFTY PERCENT
(50%) of the base pay in case of twenty years of
active service, increasing by TWO AND ONE-HALF
PERCENT (2.5%) for every year of active service
rendered beyond twenty years.
Provided, that the uniformed member shall have
the option to receive in advance and in lump sum
his or her retirement pay for the first five (5)
years. Provided, further, that payment of the
retirement benefits in lump sum shall be made
within six (6) months from effectivity date of
retirement and/or completion.

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Should such PNP personnel die within FIVE (5) YE ARS from his
retirement due to physical disability, his legal spouse or
legitimate children shall be entitled to receive the pension for the
remainder of the five year-period.

ABSENCE WITHOUT OFFICIAL LE AVE ( AWO L)


Failure to report for duty without official notice for a period of
TH IRTY ( 30) DAYS

M ISSING IN ACTION (MIA)


any PNP personnel who, while in the performance of duty or by
reason of his being an officer or member of the PNP, is officially
confirmed missing in action, kidnapped or captured by lawless
elements shall be entitled to receive or to have credited to his
account the same pay and allowances to which such officer or
uniformed member was entitled at the time of the incident.

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PNP uniformed personnel who are
permanently and totally disabled as a result
of injuries suffered or sickness contracted in
the performance of his duty shall be entitled
to ONE YEARS SALARY and to LIFETIME
PENSION equivalent to EIGHTY PERCENT (80%)
of his last salary, in addition to other benefits

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provided by RA 8551
womens desk in all police stations shall
administer and attend to cases involving crimes
against chastity, sexual harassment, abuses
committed against women and children and
other similar offenses.
the PNP shall reserve TEN PERCENT (10%) of its
annual recruitment, training and education quota
for women.
policewomen shall enjoy the same opportunities
in terms of assignment, promotion and other
benefits and privileges extended to all police
officers.

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a) Provincial Governor
- power to choose the PNP Provincial Director
from a list of 3 eligibles recommended by the
PNP Regional Director.
- oversee the implementation of the provincial
public safety plan.

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b) City and Municipal Mayors
has the power to choose his CHIEF OF POLICE from a list of
five (5) eligibles recommended by the provincial police
director.
he has the authority to recommend to the provincial
director the transfer, reassignment or detail of PNP
members outside of their respective city or town .
Authority to recommend from a list of eligibles, the
appointment of new members of the PNP to be assigned in
respective cities.
exercise operational supervision and control over PNP
units in their jurisdiction, except during the 30 days
period immediately preceding and the 30 days following
any national, local and barangay elections.
During the election period, local police forces shall be
under the supervision and control of the COMELEC.

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Citizen Complaints
pertains to any complaint initiated by a
private citizen or his duly authorized
representative on account of an injury,
damage or disturbance sustained due to an
irregular or illegal act committed by a
member of the PNP

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1)CHIEF OF POLICE - where the offense is
punishable by withholding of privileges, restriction to
specified limits, suspension or forfeiture of salary, or
any combination thereof, for a period not exceeding
fifteen (15) days
2) CITY/MUNICIPAL MAYORS - where the offense is
punishable by withholding of privileges, restriction to
specified limits, suspension or forfeiture of salary, or
any combination thereof, for a period not less than
Sixteen but not exceeding Thirty (30) Days.
3) PEOPLES LAW ENFORCEMENT BOARD (PLEB) -
where the offense is punishable by withholding of
privileges, restriction to specified limits, suspension
or forfeiture of salary, or any combination thereof, for
a period exceeding Thirty (30) Days, or by Dismissal.

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a body created pursuant to RA 6975.
the central receiving entity for any citizens
complaint against the PNP members
shall be created by the sangguniang
panlungssod/bayan in every city and
municipality as may be necessary.
there shall be at least one (1) PLEB for every
five hundred (500) city or municipal police
personnel.
membership in the PLEB is a civic duty.

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composed of five (5) members :
any member of the sangguniang panlungsod/bayan.
any barangay chairman of the locality concerned.
three other members to be chosen by the local peace and
order council from among the members of the community.
for the three other members, the following conditions
must be met:
one must be a woman
one must be a lawyer, or a college graduate, or the
principal of an elementary school in the q locality
the CHAIRMAN of the PLEB shall be elected from among its
members
the term of office of the members of the PLEB is T HREE (3)
YEARS

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- refers to any offense committed by a
member of the PNP involving and affecting
order and discipline within the police
organization

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MINOR OFFENSE - shall refer to an act or
omission not involving moral turpitude but
affecting the internal discipline of the PNP, and
shall include but not be limited to:
simple misconduct or negligence
insubordination
frequent absences or tardiness
habitual drunkenness
gambling prohibited by law

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1)CHIEF OF POLICE - may impose the
administrative punishment of admonition or
reprimand; restriction to specified limits;
withholding of privileges; forfeiture of salary or
suspension; or any combination of the foregoing
for a period not exceeding Fifteen (15) Days.
2)PROVINCIAL DIRECTORS - may impose the
administrative punishment of admonition or
reprimand; restriction to specified limits;
withholding of privileges; forfeiture of salary or
suspension; or any combination of the foregoing
for a period not exceeding Thirty (30) Days.

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3)REGIONAL DIRECTORS - may impose the
administrative punishment of admonition or
reprimand; restriction to specified limits;
withholding of privileges; forfeiture of salary or
suspension; demotion; or any combination of the
foregoing for a period not exceeding Sixty (60)
Days.
4)CHIEF OF THE PNP - shall have the power to
impose the disciplinary punishment of dismissal
from the service; suspension or forfeiture of
salary; demotion; or any combination of the
foregoing for a period not exceeding One
Hundred Eighty (180) Days.

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pro-actively conduct inspections and audits on PNP
personnel and units;
investigate complaints and gather evidence in support of
an open investigation;
conduct summary hearings on PNP members facing
administrative charges;
submit a periodic report on the assessment, analysis, and
evaluation of the character and behavior of PNP personnel
and units to the Chief PNP and the Commission;
file appropriate criminal cases against PNP members
before the court as evidence warrants and assists in the
prosecution of the case;
provide assistance to the Office of the Ombudsman in
cases involving the personnel of the PNP;

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incidents where a police personnel discharges a
firearm;
incidents where death, serious physical injury, or
any violation of human rights occurred in the
conduct of a police operation;
incidents where evidence was compromised,
tampered with, obliterated, or lost while in the
custody of police personnel;
incidents where a suspect in the custody of the
police was seriously injured; and
incidents where the established rules of
engagement have been violated

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headed by the INSPECTOR GENERAL who is a
CIVILIAN and appointed by the President upon
the recommendation of the Director General
(Chief, PNP)
the Inspector General shall be assisted by a
Deputy Inspector General
there shall be national, regional and provincial
offices
the national office shall be headed by the
Inspector General, the regional offices by a
Director, and the provincial offices by a
Superintendent

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IAS personnel shall be granted
occupational specialty pay which s hall not
exceed FIFTY PERCE NT (50% ) of his base pay
IAS personnel shall also have priorities in the
quota allocation for training and education

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formal administrative disciplinary appellate
machinery of the National Police Commission.
tasked to hear cases on appeal from the
different disciplinary authorities in the PNP

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shall decide cases on appeal from decisions
rendered by the PNP Chief and the National
Internal Affairs Service
shall be composed of the four (4) regular
commissioners and shall be chaired by the
executive officer

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shall decide cases on appeal from decisions
rendered by the Regional Director, Provincial
Director, Chief of Police, the city or municipal
mayor and the PLEB
there shall be at least one (1) regional
appellate board per administrative region

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Withholding of privileges
Restriction to specified limits
Restrictive custody
Forfeiture of salary
Suspension
Any combination of the penalties above (1 to
5)
One (1) rank demotion
Dismissal from the service

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NAPOLCOM
PNP Chief
PNP Regional Director

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The PLEB decision of the suspension is final and cannot be
appealed.
The decision of dismissal by either PLEB or Regional Director is
final andexecutory but subject to appeal to RAB.
Decision of Chief of Police is appealable within 10 days to
Provincial Director, upon receipt of decision.
Decision of Provincial Director is appealable within10 days to
Regional Director, upon receipt of decision.
Decision of Regional Director is appealable within 10 days to
Chief, PNP upon receipt of decision.
The decisions of COP, PD, and RD are from those cases
concerning internal discipline.
Cases involving internal discipline filed with the Chief, PNP
originally, the decision is appealable to NAB which decision is
Final.
MOTION FOR RECONSIDERATION IS ONLY ALLOWED ONCE .

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DISM ISSAL - immediate Executory

SUSPENSION OR DEMOTION- Decision is


install or hold in abeyance

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In case of dismissal, and on appeal the
decision is reversed or modified to
suspension, the policeman is considered to
be under suspension and then after the
modified sentence will again receive his
salary.
If he is acquit, he can recover his salaries as
back wages, if modified to suspension, NO
recovery of salaries as the modification to
suspension is conviction.

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New material evidence has been discovered
which is not available during the hearing.
Errors of law or irregularities have been
committed by the disciplining authority.
The findings of fact of the disciplinary body
are not commensurate to the offense
committed.

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created by virtue of Section 53, RA 6975
initially composed of the officers and
uniformed members of the fire service of the
former Integrated National Police

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shall be headed by a CHIE F, with the ran k of
DIRECTOR, to be assisted by a DEPUTY CHIEF with t
he ran k of CHIE F SUPERINTE NDE NT
shall be composed of provincial offices, district
offices and city or municipal fire stations at the
provincial level, there shall be an OFFICE OF THEP
ROVINCIAL FIRE MARSH ALL
in case of large provinces, there shall be DISTRICT
OFFICES to be headed by a DISTRICT FIRE M ARSH ALL
at the city or municipal level, there shall be a FIRE
STATIO N each headed by a CITY OR MUNICIP AL FIRE
MARSH ALL

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Highest Commissioned Officer- Director
Lowest Non-Commissioned Officer- Fire
Officer I

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created by virtue of Section 60, RA 6975
initially composed by the officers and
uniformed members of the former Jail
Management and Penology Service

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shall be headed by a CHIEF with the rank of
DIRECTOR, to be assisted by a DEPUTY CHIEF
with t he rank of CHIEF SUPERINTENDE NT
shall be composed of city and municipal jails
each headed by a city or municipal jail
warden

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Highest Commissioned Officer- Director
Lowest Non-Commissioned Officer- Jail
Officer I

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created by virtue of sec. 66, RA 6975
shall be under the direct supervision of a
Board of Trustees composed of the Secretary
of the DILG and the three (3) bureau heads
(PNP, BFP and BJMP)
shall consist of the Philippine National Police
Academy, the National Police College, the
Philippine National Training Institute and
other training centers as may be created

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created pursuant to Section 13 of Presidential
Decree No 1184
a primary component of the Philippine Public
Safety College (PPSC)
the premier educational institution for future
officers of the Philippine National Police (PNP),
Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) and Bureau of Jail
Management and Penology (BJMP) upon
completion of training, graduates will be
conferred the degree of BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
IN P UBLIC SAFE TY ( BSPS) and appointed as
POLICE /FIRE /JAIL INSPECTOR
Ran k of a PNPA cadet Higher than SPO4 but
lower than Inspector

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An organize schedule or sequence by
methodical activities intended to attain a goal
and objectives for the accomplishments of
mission or objectives.

Is a document containing the means and


ways of attaining a goal or objectives.

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the determination in advance of how the
objectives of the organization will be attained;
involves the determination of a course of action
to take in performing a particular function or
activity
the process of developing methods or
procedures, or an arrangement of parts intended
to facilitate the accomplishment of a definite
objective
the process of deciding in advance what is to be
done and how it is to be done

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Attempt by police administrators in trying to
allocate anticipated resources to meet
anticipated service demands.

It is the systematic and orderly determination


of facts and events as basis for policy
formulation and decision affecting law
enforcement management.

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Is the process of formulating coordinated
sequence of methodical activities and the
allocation of resources to line units in order
that it can attain its mandated objectives or
mission.

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The principles and rules governing planning,
organizing, direction and employment of the
PNP force in the accomplishment of basic
security mission in the maintenance of peace
and order, crime prevention and suppression,
internal security and the like is called;
A. fundamental doctrines
B. functional doctrines
C. operational doctrines
D. complimentary doctrines

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Is an authoritative statement of principles
prescribing the proper acquisition, use and
employment of PNP human and material
resources to achieved planned objectives.
This is largely based on knowledge gained
through time-honored police experience,
studies analysis and test.

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FUNDAMENTAL DOCTRINE Is the basic
principle in planning, organization and
management of the PNP in support of the
overall pursuits of the PNP Vision, mission
and strategic action plan of the attainment of
the national objectives.

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OPERATIONAL DOCTRINE Are the principles
and rules governing the planning,
organization and direction and employment
of the PNP forces in the accomplishment of
basic security operational mission in the
maintenance of peace and order, crime
prevention and suppression, internal security
and public safety operation.

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FUNCTIONAL DOCTRINE This provides
guidance for specialized activities of the PNP
in the broad field of interest such as
personnel, intelligence, operations, logistics,
planning, etc.

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This model is especially appreciated for police
agencies as it based on problem oriented
approach to planning. It relies heavily on the
problem identification and analysis of the
planning process and can assist police
administrator in formulating goals and
priorities is called;
A. long range planning B. synoptic planning
C. transactive planning D. problem oriented
planning

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is the dominant tradition in planning. It is also
the point of departure for most other planning
approaches.
This model is especially appropriate for police
agencies as it is based on a problem-oriented
approach to planning.
It relies heavily on the problem identification and
analysis of the planning process and can assist
police administrators in formulating goals and
priorities in terms that are focused on specific
problems and solutions that often confront law
enforcement.
Rational comprehensive approach

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Incrementalism concludes that long range
and comprehensive planning are not only too
difficult, but inherently bad.
The problems are seen as too difficult when
they are grouped together and easier to solve
when they are taken one at a time and broken
down into gradual adjustments over time.
Piecemeal approach to problems than
comprehensive

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is not carried out with respect to an
anonymous target community of beneficiaries
but into face-to-face interaction with the
people who are to be affected by the plan.
Techniques include field surveys and
interpersonal dialogue marked by a process
of mutual learning.
Communication between planner and
community

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Beneficial aspect of this approach includes a
greater sensitivity to the unintended and
negative side effects of plan.
Planner seek interest of the society

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The first mainstream involves collective
actions to achieve concrete results in the
immediate future.
The second mainstream is critical of large-
scale social processes and how they permeate
the character of social and economic life at all
levels, which, in turn, determine the structure
and evolution of social problems.
seek to manage development in an equitable
abd community based manner.

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COMPLEMENTARY DOCTRINE Doctrines
formulated jointly by two or more bureaus in
order to effect a certain operation with regard
to public safety and peace and order. This
essentially involves the participation of the
other bureaus of the BJMP, BFP, PPSC, NBI and
other law enforcement agencies.
ETHICAL DOCTRINE That defines the
fundamental principles governing the rules of
conduct, attitude, behavior and ethical norm
of the PNP.

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Responsibility of the legislative branch of the
government.
The main concern of the police in this broad
external policy planning is assisting the
legislature in their determining of police
guideline through the passage of appropriate
laws or ordinances for the police to enforce.

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Responsibility of the CHIEF OF PHILIP PINE
NATIONAL POLICE and other chiefs of the
different units or headquarters within their area
of jurisdiction to achieve the objectives or
mission of the police organization.
They are responsible for planning, organizing,
staffing, directing, coordinating, controlling,
reporting and budgeting for the police
organization within existing policies and
available resources.
For maximum police effectiveness, they shall be
responsible for the technical operation of the
police organization and management of its
personnel.

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Local Plan
Regional Plan
National Plan

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STRATEGIC OR LONG RANGE P LAN - It relates to
plans which are strategic or long range in
application, it determine the organizations
original goals and strategy. Ex. PATROL PLAN
2030.
INTERMEDIATE OR MEDIUM RANGE PLANNING
IPLAN relates to plans, which determine quantity
and quality efforts and accomplishments. It
refers to the process of determining the
contribution on efforts that can make or provide
with allocated resources. Ex. PNP-MTDP 1999-
2004

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MASTER PLAN SANDIGAN -MILENYO (Anti-Crime
Master Plan)
MASTER PLAN SANDUGO (Support to Internal
Security Operations Master Plan)
MASTER PLAN BANAT (Anti-Illegal Drugs Master
Plan)
MASTE R PLAN SANG -INGAT (Security
Operations Master Plan)
MASTER PLAN SAKLOLO (Disaster Management
Master Plan)
SANGYAMAN (protection and Preservation of
Environment, Cultural Properties, and Natural
Resources Master Plan)

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It refers to the production of plans, which
determine the schedule of special activity and
are applicable from one week or less than
year duration.
Plan that addresses immediate need which
are specific and how it can be accomplished
on time with available allocated resources.

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REACTIVE PLANS
Developed as a result of crisis.
A particular problem may occur for which the
department has no plan and must quickly
develop one, sometimes without careful
preparation.
STRATEGIC PLANS
Designed to meet the long-range, overall goals
of the organization.
Such plans allow the department to adapt to
anticipated changes or develop a new philosophy
or model of policing (e.g. community policing).

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VISIONARY PLANS - Essential statements that
identify the role of the police in the
community and a future condition or state to
which the department can aspire.

PROACTIVE PLANS - Developed in anticipation


of problems. Although not all police
problems are predictable

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deal with procedures that have been outlined
and officially adopted by all members of the
unit under specified circumstances guidelines
for actions to be taken include all STANDARD
OPERATING PROCEDURES (SOP)

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general plan of action that serves as a guide
in the operation of the organization or unit
codes of procedures

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FIELD PRO CE DURE S - procedures intended to
be used in all situations of all kinds shall be
outlined as guide to officers and men in the field,
such as: procedures that relate to reporting, to
raids, arrests, stopping suspicious persons,
receiving complaints, investigation, etc
H EADQ UARTE RS P RO CE DURE S - include the
procedures to be followed in the headquarters,
usually reflected in the duty manual
STANDARD OPERATING P RO CE DURE S (SOP) -
procedures intended for specific operations to
ensure uniformity of action

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SO P #01 POLICE BEAT PATROL PROCEDURE S - This SOP
prescribes the basic procedures to be observed by all PNP Units
and mobile patrol elements in the conduct of visibility patrols.
SO P #02 BANTAY K ALYE - This SOP prescribes the
deployment of 85% of the PNP in the field to increase police
visibility and intensifies anti-crime campaign nationwide.
SO P #03 SIYASAT - This SOP prescribes the guidelines in the
conduct of inspections to ensure police visibility.
SO P #4 REACT 166 - REACT 166 was launched in 1992 as the
peoples direct link to the police to receive public calls for
assistance and complaints for prompt action by police
authorities. This SOP prescribes the procedures in detail of Duty
Officers, Telephone Operators and Radio Operators for REACT
166; their term of duty and responsibilities.

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SO P #5 LIGTAS (ANTI- K IDNAP P ING) - With the creation of
the Presidential Anti-Organization Crime Task Force (PAOCTF),
the PNP is now in support role in campaign against kidnapping in
terms of personnel requirements. SOP #6 sets forth the PNPs
guidelines in its fight against kidnapping activities.
SO P #6 ANTI-CARNAPPING - This SOP prescribes the conduct
of an all-out and sustained Anti Carnapping campaign to
stop/minimize carnapping activities, neutralize syndicated
carnapping groups, identify/prosecute government personnel
involved in carnapping activities, and to effectively address other
criminal activities related to carnapping.
SO P #7 ANTI-TE RRO RISM - This prescribes the operational
guidelines in the conduct of operations against terrorists and
other lawless elements involved in terroristic activities.
SO P #8 JOINT ANTI -BANK RO BBE RY ACTIO N CO MMITTEE
(ANTI -BANK RO BBE RY) - This SOP provides overall planning,
integration, orchestration/coordination and monitoring of all
efforts to ensure the successful implementation.

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SO P #9 ANTI-HIJACKING/HIGHWAY RO BBE RY - This SOP sets forth the guidelines and concepts of operations
to be observed in the conduct of anti-highway robbery/hold-up/hijacking operations.
SO P #10 PAGLALANSAG/PAGAAYOS-HOPE - This SOP sets for the concept of operations and tasks of all
concerned units in the campaign against Partisan Armed Groups and loose fire.
SO P # 11 MANHUNT BRAVO (NEUTRALIZATIO N O F WANTED P E RSO NS) - This SOP sets forth the objectives
and concept of operation tasks of all concerned units in the neutralization of wanted persons.
SO P #12 ANTI-ILLE GAL GAM BLING -This SOP sets forth the operational thrusts to be undertaken by the PNP
that will spearhead the fight against all forms of illegal gambling nationwide.
SO P #13 ANTI-SQUATTING - This SOP sets forth the concept of operation in the campaign against
professional squatters and squatting syndicates.
SO P #14 JE RICH O - This SOP prescribes the operational guidelines to be undertaken by the NHQ, PNP in the
establishment of a quick reaction group that can be detailed with the office of the SILG (OSILG), with personnel
and equipment requirements of that reaction group supported by the PNP.
SO P #15NE NA( ANTI -P RO STITUTIO N/VAGRANCY) This SOP sets fort the operational thrusts to be
undertaken by the PNP that will spearhead the fight against prostitution and vagrancy.
SO P #16 ANTI-PORNOGRAP H Y - This prescribes the guidelines to be followed by tasked PNP Units/Offices in
enforcing the ban on pornographic pictures, videos and magazines.
SO P #17 GUIDELINE S IN TH E CO NDUCT O F ARRE ST, SE ARCH , AND SE IZURE -This SOP prescribes the
procedures and manner of conducting an arrest, raid, search and/or search of person, search of any premises
and the seizure of properties pursuant to the 1987 Philippine Constitution, Rules of Court, as amended and
updated decision of the Supreme Court.
SO P #18 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM OF SANDIGAN M ASTE R P LAN
SO P #19 ANTI - ILLE GAL LO GGING
SO P #20 ANTI - ILLE GAL FISH ING
SO P #21 ANTI - ILLE GAL DRUGS

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often called work plan
the work program of the field units
describe specific actions to be taken
the work to be done is estimated, manpower
and equipment is allocated, proper objectives
are defined and methods of accomplishment
are developed
statistical analysis is widely used

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1. OPLAN JUMBO ASG Strategic Plan against
Terrorism
2. OPLAN SALIKOP CIDG Strategic Plan
against Organized Crime Groups
3. OPLAN DISIPLINA TMG regarding vehicles
and motorists
4. OPLAN BANTAY DALAMPASIGAN
operation security measures and sea borne
security patrols

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STANDING PLAN - provide the basic framework
for responding to organizational problems.
OPE RATIO NAL- are designed to meet the
specific tasks required to implement strategic
plans
FUNCTIO NAL P LAN - includes the framework for
the operation of the major functional unit in the
organization Such as patrol and investigation.
Coordination
TIME SPECIFIC PLANS - are concerned with the
specific purpose and conclude when an objective
is accomplished or a problem is solved.

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plans that concern methods of action to be taken
at a designated location and under specific
circumstances generally emergency type plans
that can be put into effect on the sudden
occurrence of a condition requiring their use
planning for emergencies of a specific nature at
known locations developed for specific situations
as they arise
examples are: planning for major
accidents;calamities or disasters; special events ;
hos t age - t akin g s it u at ion s , et c

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those which require actions or assistance
from persons or agencies outside of the
department involve coordination with other
agencies
Examples are: exchange of information on
wanted persons, known drug syndicates,
known organized c rime groups , stolen
vehicles , et c

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those plans that relate to staffing, equipping,
supplying and organizing include the
structuring of functions, authority and
responsibilities, the allocation of resources,
personnel management, budgeting and other
concerns administrative in nature
examples are: assignment and training of
personnel; recruitment; equipment and
supply procedu es , et c

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A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6

Intelligence: 9+14+20+5+12+12+9+7+5+14+3+5=115%

Cum Laude: 3+21+13+12+1+21+4+5=80%

Summa Cum Laude:


19+21+13+13+1+3+21+13+12+1+21+4+5=147%

Magna Cum Laude:


13+1+7+14+1+3+21+13+12+1+21+4+5=116%

Attitude: 1+20+20+9+20+21+4+5=
Armando 100%
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Everything is a possible question!

Believe your doubts BUT never doubt your beliefs

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It is not failing that is the problem; it is what
one does after he has failed

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When the going gets TOUGH, the TOUGH gets
going

And most importantly

Winners NEVER quit and Quitters NEVER Win

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