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Republic of the Philippines
Department of the Interior and Local Government
National Police Commission
NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS PHILIPPINE NATIONAL POLICE
Office of the Chief PNP



This is Police Director General NICANOR A BARTOLOME, the Chief of the Philippine National Police.

In behalf of the men and women of the PNP, I welcome your visit to the homepage of the Philippine National Police.

This is part of our continuing effort to expand the reach of our information drive, education, community policing  program and modernization with the vision of transforming the PNP to become one of Asia's world class and advanced police organizations.

At the same time, it reflects our core values and commitment to ensure transparency and accountability as essential components of good governance in the PNP.

This website was prepared to be your friendly police assistant online that will provide a variety of information about public safety and other policing reference services.

We look forward to your continued visit, feedback and support through this website.

Thank You and Mabuhay!


PDGEN NICANOR A BARTOLOME
Chief of the Philippine National Police

 

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Mission/Vision

 

OUR MANDATE

Republic Act 6975 entitled An Act Establishing the Philippine National Police under a reorganized Department of the Interior and Local Government and Other Purposes as amended by RA  8551 Philippine National Police Reform and Reorganization Act of 1998 and further amended by RA 9708.

OUR PHILOSOPHY

Service, Honor and Justice

OUR CORE VALUES

  • Maka-Diyos  (God-fearing)
  • Makabayan  (Nationalistic)
  • Makatao  (Humane)
  • Makakalikasan (Environment -Friendly)

OUR MISSION

The PNP shall enforce the law, prevent and control crimes, maintain peace and order, and ensure public safety and internal security with the active support of the community.

OUR FUNCTIONS

1. Law Enforcement.

2. Maintain peace and order.

3. Prevents and investigates crimes and bring offenders to justice.

4. Exercise the vested powers from the Philippine Constitution and pertinent laws.

5. Detain an arrested person for a period not beyond what is prescribed by law.

6. Implements pertinent laws and regulations on firearms and explosives control.

7. Supervise and control the training and operations of security agencies.


 

NP TRANSFORMATION VISION
Imploring the aid of almighty, by 2030, we shall be a highly capable, effective and credible police service working in partnership with a responsive community towards the attainment of a safer place to live, work and do business.

PNP TRANSFORMATION VISION


Imploring the aid of Almighty, by 2030, we shall be a highly capable, effective and credible police service working in partnership with a responsive community towards the attainment of a safer place to live, work and do business.


Plans and Programs

  • To rationalize the overall institutional framework for the country's policing system by clearly delineating and defining the coordination of police functions and structures;
  • To enhance the focus and coordination of police functions and operations through a national internal security policy and strategy;
  • To reengineer the police system towards strengthening police oversight; remove institutionalized mechanisms that undermine  unity of command and internal management authority in the PNP, which renders the organization vulnerable to undue politicization and corruption;
  • To fortify the institutional capabilities of the PNP by improving  administrative and operational coherence and efficiency; and to strengthen the police stations with the end goal of enhancing the quality of police services and relationships with the community.
  • To streamline institutional mechanisms and procedures in order to  promote speedy access to justice and legal protection; ensure police neutrality and non-discrimination; and foster respect for human rights and gender neutrality;
  • To strengthen institutional mechanisms for the recruitment, training, and maintenance of a corps of competent, well-compensated, and motivated professional police force imbued with integrity, industry, and a high sense of duty and honor; and
  • To clarify and instill a culture of public accountability in the PNP and among its personnel.

 

 

 

12 Key Result Areas

1. NATIONAL POLICY & INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT -  to formulate and implement a national internal security policy and strategy; rationalize the overall institutional framework of the police system; improve the functional delineation and coordination between law enforcement agencies and the conventional police institutions; remove institutional mechanisms that render the PNP vulnerable to politicization and erode its unity of command and internal management authority; strengthen the NAPOLCOM as body tasked with the formulation of rules, regulations and standards for the entire police system; adopt mechanisms for institutional continuity and stability, particularly in police leadership; and firmly establish a self-administering and managing professional PNP.

2. POLICE OPERATIONS -  to initiate reforms in rules and procedures in the conduct of police operations; provide police stations with the appropriate work tools and strengthen crime research to support more effective crime management operations.

3. FACILITIES DEVELOPMENT - to upgrade physical facilities and equipment in support to police field operations, including the updating of police equipment standards and the development of a multi-year financing and procurement plan; development and upgrading of the facilities, equipment, and physical set-up of the PNP Crime Laboratory; and the provision of model infrastructure for police stations and substations. An important component of this program is the improvement of capacities for the management and preservation of police evidence.

4. HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT & DEVELOPMENT - to initiate policy reforms in human resource development and improve the human resources management systems including staffing, recruitment and selection, personnel administration, career development and promotion, police remuneration, and police education and training, performance monitoring and evaluation, and police discipline. Two important components of this program include the reengineering of the institutional framework of police education and training and particularly strengthening the capacities and organization of the Philippine Public Safety College, integrating all police training therein, and strengthening police education and training curricula; and the establishment of a PNP Pension and Insurance Corporation.

5. ADMINISTRATIVE & FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT - to reform and strengthen the resource generation capacity of the PNP, streamline and improve the entire financial management system by infusing more appropriate tools that will allow systematic linkage between strategic and operational plans, budget prioritization and detail formulation, and decentralize administrative and financial management to the appropriate enterprise units in the field, while strengthening and integrating oversight administrative and financial management functions.

6. STRATEGIC PLANNING & PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT - to design and institutionalize a strategic planning system within the PNP; strengthen operational planning capacities of mission-critical units; develop results- based monitoring and evaluation systems which will be run at the operational and oversight levels of the PNP organization. An essential component of this program will be the formulation and implementation of a Crime Indicators System that will identify an appropriate set of indicators that will guide the monitoring and evaluation of the country’s crime situation and its performance, and the corresponding procedures for data generation and reporting.

7. INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY - to develop and implement a PNP Integrated Crime Management Information System, or CMIS. The system will be designed to work as part of the broader criminal justice information system architecture. The PNP CMIS will operate at the police station level providing transaction processing modules that will feed into a crime database, tracking, and monitoring system that will enable crime mapping and analysis at station and higher geographical levels.

8. DEMONSTRATION OF EXCELLENCE THROUGH DEVELOPMENT OF BEST PRACTICES - to demonstrate the effectiveness of the fundamental institutional and system reforms by combining them with a more comprehensive locality or community-based peace and order planning and management that will involve various stakeholders.

9. PUBLIC INFORMATION AND ADVOCACY - to support the implementation of the transformation program from start to finish by providing broad and stakeholder information, education and advocacy strategies and interventions which will engender active cooperation and support.

10. REFORM MANAGEMENT - take the lead in implementing the medium-term reform program by enhancing the institutional framework and operating mechanisms of the PNP; prepare plans and manage the entire change management and day-to-day reform development, content synchronization, and implementation of management processes.

11. ANTI-CORRUPTION -  Envisioned to prevent the misuse of power and position in the PNP organization which undermines the integrity of police personnel along with the promotion of police integrity and morality as primer law enforcers.

12. PROMOTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS -  Aimed to promote human rights as a basic value in the conduct of operations and in accordance with the international standards of human rights and policing.

 

 

PNP SEAL AND BADGE

 

· PNP Seal Meaning and Symbolism

Lapu-Lapu Hero - The great Filipino hero of Mactan, the prototype of the best and most noble in Filipino manhood who is the symbol and embodiment of all the genuine attributes of leadership, courage, nationalism, self-reliance and a people-based and people powered community defense. The benevolent and heroic warrior who derived added strength from a cohesive, determined and loyal people is today a fitting symbol and a prototype as well of people power to preserve our values, customs, traditions, way of life and the rule of law thru a solidly community-based police system. Lapu-Lapu also personifies for us today civilian constitutional authority.


Laurel - Green Laurel with 14 leaves, symbolizes the 14 Regional Commands. It is also a symbol of the honor, dignity and the privilege of being a member of a noble organization where the call to public service is par excellence a commitment to public trust.

Shield - The symbol of the Philippine Constabulary, the first National Police by virtue of Organic Act No. 175, enacted by the Philippine Commission on 18 July 1901. The Philippine Constabulary for the close to 90 years of service to the nation has performed with honor, professionalism and courage. The PC has carved out a large part of the glorious pages of Philippine history, as attested by its proudly and deservedly garnering 86 of the 92 "Medals of Valor" the highest honor that a grateful Filipino nation can bestow on its gallant sons in the service of the Republic. Most appropriately therefore, the Philippine Constabulary became the nucleus of the Integrated National Police in 1975 to nurture the then embryonic concept of the nationalization of the country's local police forces.


Three Stars - Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao and the 1,700 islands and the territorial integrity wherein the National Police must enforce the law and maintain peace and order with professionalism, zeal and dedication in keeping with the highest ideals and traditions of service to our country and people.

Service • Honor • Justice - Added distinct ideals for the officers, men and women of the PNP to insure efficiency, integrity, cohesiveness, camaraderie and equanimity to enhance community acceptance and support to attain its mission of peace keeping and law enforcement.

Sun - Symbolize the flowering, maturing and ultimate realization of the glorious evolution of the PC/INP into a National Police Organization - "national in scope and civilian in character" - as enshrined in the 1986 Constitution. The Traditional light rays which represents the fightingest provinces whose ideals of courage and patriotism the members of the National Police must possess.



 

PNP Badge Meaning and Symbolism  

Philippine Monkey Eating Eagle The National Bird – symbol of swiftness and ferocity, power, courage and immortality.


PNP Shield - Symbol of protection of all citizens.

Three Stars - Stands for Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao which constitute the Republic's Territorial Integrity over which the PNP must enforce the law and maintain peace and order with professionalism, zeal and dedication in keeping with the highest ideals and traditions of service to
God, Country and People.



Eight Sun Rays - Represents the eight (8) provinces whose ideals of courage, gallantry patriotism led to their revolt against Spain.

Lapu – Lapu - Symbolizes the bravery of the Philippine National Police.

Service, Honor, Justice - Service is the vibrant and cogent deeds and actions in response to the needs and wants of the people in distress: Honor could be the overriding criterion and consideration in the performance of their entrusted task or mission: and Justice dispensed to everyone whatever is due to him without favoritism or discrimination of any sort.

Laurel Leaves - Symbolizes the competency, brilliance and honor in the field of endeavor expected from each   and every member of the PNP.


Chief of Police

 

Past and Present Chief of Police


 

YEAR

 

1 OCT 1, 1953-NOV 25, 1953

2 NOV 26, 1953-DEC 31, 195

3 JAN 1, 1956-MARCH 14, 1959

4 MARCH 15, 1959-SEPT 15, 1959

5 SEPT 16, 1969-OCT 16, 1979

6 OCT 17, 1979-MAR 7, 1982

7 MAR 8, 1982-AUG 24, 1983

8 AUG 25, 1983-NOV 18, 1986

9 NOV 19, 1986-APR 16, 1987

10 APR 17, 1987- JAN 7, 1988

11 JAN 8, 1988 - DEC 31, 1990

12 JAN 1, 1991-FEB 28, 1992

13 FEB 29, 1992-01 JULY 1992

14 JULY 02, 1992-1993

15 1993- 1994

16 1994- 1997

17 JAN 7, 1997-JUNE 4, 2000

18 JUNE 5, 2000-MAY 27, 2002

19 MAY 28, 2002-OCT 30, 2003

20 OCT 31, 2003-SEPT 30, 2004

21 OCT 1, 2004-JUN 26, 2005

22 JUN 27, 2005-JULY 31, 2006

23 AUG 1, 2006 to Nov. 8, 2007

24 Nov 9, 2007 to Oct. 16, 2008

25 OCT 17, 2008-May 19, 2011

May 19, 2011 - July 31, 2012

JULY 31, 2012- FEB 24, 2014

FEB 24, 2014-present

 

NAMES

 

CRISOSTOMO JABONILLO

CLAUDIO MANALO JR

SGT ANTONIO G JORDAN

CPL ANSELMO L LAMPIOS

PCAPT ANGEL A CAPAREDA

PCAPT ANTONIO A TANCINCO

PSGT RODRIGO B SULAM

PCAPT FREGDRIANO S BALABAG

PSGT RODRIGO B SULAM

P/LT HENRY B DAZO

P/CAPT BIENVENIDO MONTEFALCON

P/CAPT ROBERT KIUNISALA

P/LT ROMEO S VIO

P/LT FROILAN QUIDILLA

P/LT ERNALDO B SIMPAO

PSI HENRY B DAZO

PCI RODRIGO B SULAM

PCI ENRIQUE HORTILLOSA

PSI ALONZO B INTREPIDO

PSI ARPHA A MACALANGCOM JR

PINSP JOSHUA P ALEJANDRO

PSUPT BENJAMIN A MARCIAL

PSI ROGELIO L ABRAN JR

PSI ROBERTO D CALLEJO

PCI HENRY P BIÑAS

PCINSP LARRY D SALCEDO

PSUPT MARVIN A. FONTALVA

PCINSP LARRY D SALCEDO

 

Our Office

 

 

 

 

KEY OFFICERS

PNP KEY OFFICERS

As of April 16, 2012

DESIGNATION

RANK

NAME

C, PNP

PDG

NICANOR A BARTOLOME

TDCA

PDDG

ARTURO G CACDAC JR

TADCO

PDDG

EMELITO T SARMIENTO

TACDS

PDIR

ROMMEL DF HEREDIA

IAS

PDIR

IFOR I MAGBANUA

HRAO

PCSUPT

CLARENCE V GUINTO

SDS

PCSUPT

BERNARDO C FLORECE JR

C, PIO

PSSUPT

GENEROSO R CERBO JR

DIRECTORIAL STAFF

UNIT

DESIGNATION

RANK

NAME

DPRM

Dir, DPRM

PDIR

ELPIDIO Z DE ASIS JR

Dep Dir, DPRM

PCSUPT

JOSE ERWIN T VILLACORTE

EX-O, DPRM


VACANT

DI

Dir, DI

PDIR

AGER P ONTOG JR

Dep Dir, DI

PCSUPT

NOEL O DELOS REYES

EX-O, DI

PCSUPT

DIOSDADO G RAMOS

DO

Dir, DO

PDIR

SAMUEL B DICIANO

Acting Dep Dir, DO

PCSUPT

RICARDO C MARQUEZ

EX-O, DO

PCSUPT

ANSELMO P PINILI

DL

Dir, DL

PDIR

ARNULFO DR PEREZ

Acting Dep Dir, DL

PCSUPT

RAUL BASILIO D BOAC

Acting EX-O, DL

PSSUPT

PERCIVAL G BARBA

DPL

OIC Dir, DPL

PCSUPT

JESUS T GATCHALIAN

Dep Dir, DPL


VACANT

EX-O, DPL

PCSUPT

JESUS T GATCHALIAN

DC

Dir, DC

PDIR

ROQUE G RAMIREZ

Dep Dir, DC

PCSUPT

DANILO S CONSTANTINO

EX-O, DC

PCSUPT

ALEXANDER C IGNACIO

DPCR

Acting Dir, DPCR

PCSUPT

LINA C SARMIENTO

Dep Dir, DPCR

PCSUPT

GIL J HITOSIS

Acting EX-O, DPCR

PCSUPT

ROLAND A VICENTE

DIDM

OIC DIDM

PCSUPT

ALEX PAUL I MONTEAGUDO

Dep Dir, DIDM

PCSUPT

ALEX PAUL I MONTEAGUDO

Acting EX-O, DIDM

PSSUPT

CHRISTOPHER A LAXA

DHRDD

Dir, DHRDD

PDIR

REY L LANADA

Dep Dir, DHRDD


VACANT

EX-O, DHRDD

PCSUPT

RONILO V QUEBRAR

DRD

Dir, DRD

PDIR

FELIPE L ROJAS

Acting Dep Dir, DRD

PCSUPT

DOMINADOR E AQUINO JR

EX-O, DRD

PCSUPT

DANILO J ALCORIZA


PRO 12

RD, PRO 12

PCSUPT

BENJARDI H MANTELE

DRDA, PRO 12

PCSUPT

LESTER O CAMBA

DRDO, PRO 12

PSSUPT

ROBERT R KIUNISALA

RCDS, PRO 12


VACANT

ROSTER OF PERSONNEL

As of July 2012

NAME DESIGNATION

PSUPT MARVIN AMBA FONTALVA

Chief of Police



PSINSP VIRLEN P PAMPOLINA

DCOP for Operation

SPO4 Benedicto P Gonzaga

MESPO/I & I PNCO

SPO4 Alexander L Trabado

Intel Operatives

SPO2 Isagani R Mercado

Team Leader (Tm 1)

SPO1 Manolito M Gonzales

Intel Operatives

SPO1 Rodelito T Banay

COMPAC PNCO

SPO1 Charles E Gulmatico

Intel Operatives

SPO1 Florentino C Suganob Jr

Intel Operatives

SPO1 Henry I Ballao

Admin/HRDD PNCO

SPO1 Armando L Leonor

Investigator/Driver/Ten Print

PO3 Arden G Lanaza
OPN PNCO

PO3 Arnel C Capulot

Desk Officer/LCS

PO3 Peny Grace A Wong

WCP/FJGAD PNCO

PO3 Brendon A Wong

Supply PNCO

PO2 Annabelle B Deita

PCR PNCO

PO2 Ivy J Sim

Finance PNCO

PO2 Ryan O Daguno

Asst Opn PNCO/ Patrol Member

PO1 Esteban M Lambino

Investigator/Patrol Member/Ten Print

PO2 Darell T Vargasa

Patrol Member

PO2 Jorge Eric R Dela Cruz

Asst Crime Registrar/RDO

PO1Charlie C Plete

Traffic Investigator/Patrol Member

PO1 Ernel C Bullag

Investigator/Patrol Member/Driver

PO1 Lowie L Vargas

Intel Operative/Warrant/Subpoena
PO1 Achilles C Tablazon

COMPAC Member

PO1 Vernon M Ramirez

Asst PCR PNCO

PO1 Marlon B Ponce
Traffic Investigator
PO1 Ramil T Sisi
Radio Operator
PO1 Marvin A Sulpico
Investigator/Patrol Member/Ten Print
PO1 Ronnie L Janiola Jr
Investigator/Patrol Member/Ten Print
PO1 Richie Boy S Buca Traffic Investigator/Patrol Member
PO1 Roy C Bergonio Patrol Member
PO1Roland M Serra Patrol Member
PO1 Kenneth John P Gatinao Radio Operator
PO1 Nepthalie M Tavarro
Patrol Member

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CONTACT US

 

 

 

Office of the Chief, Philippine National Police
Camp Crame, Quezon City, Tel. 726-4361/726-4366/726-8763

Office of the Deputy Chief for Administration
Camp Crame, Quezon City, Tel.  725-5140/722-0982/721-1276

Office of the Deputy Chief for Operations
Camp Crame, Quezon City, Tel. 723-2499/722-4085/722-0830

Office of the Chief of Directorial Staff
Camp Crame, Quezon City, Tel. 726-1628/725-3182 /722-4041

Directorate for Personnel and Records Management
Camp Crame, Quezon City, Tel 415-9190/722-4104/724-6258

Directorate for Intelligence
Camp Crame, Quezon City, Tel. 722-1204/722-1966/722-2353/726-6863

Directorate for Operations
Camp Crame, Quezon City, Tel. 721-8598/725-3178/721-5143/721-8613

Directorate for Logistics
Camp Crame, Quezon City, Tel. 722-0637/722-0940/726-7215/726-9822

Directorate for Plans
Camp Crame, Quezon City, Tel. 724-5220/721-8549/726-1453

Directorate for Comptrollership
Camp Crame, Quezon City, Tel. 722-6245/722-9588/725-5176/724-5882

Directorate for Police Community Relations
Camp Crame, Quezon City, Tel. 721-7831/724-8858/721-6454/721-4040

Directorate for Investigation & Detective Management
Camp Crame, Quezon City, Tel. 724-8773/724-8767/

Directorate for Human Resources & Doctrine Development
Camp Crame, Quezon City, Tel. 725-4046/725-3217/725-3220

Directorate for Research & Development
Camp Crame, Quezon City, Tel. 722-9531/725-3168

Directorate for Information & Communication Technology Management
Camp Crame, Quezon City, Tel.

Directorate Integrated Police Operations West Mindanao
Camp Crame, Quezon City, Tel.

Directorate Integrated Police Operations East Mindanao
Camp Crame, Quezon City, Tel.

Directorate Integrated Police Operations Visayas
Camp Crame, Quezon City, Tel.

Directorate Integrated Police Operations Northern Luzon
Camp Crame, Quezon City, Tel.

Directorate Integrated Police Operations Southern Luzon
Camp Crame, Quezon City, Tel.

Logistics Support Service
Camp Crame, Quezon City, Tel. 722-1328/722-0690/722-1245

Information Technology Management Service
Camp Crame, Quezon City, Tel. 725-5108/721-8585

Finance Service
Camp Crame, Quezon City, Tel. 725-4971/722-1399/723-6427 [FAX]

Health Service
Camp Crame, Quezon City, Tel. 722-1201/722-0670

Communication & Eletronic Service
Camp Crame, Quezon City, Tel. 721-8580/722-8104/725-3940

Chaplain Service
Camp Crame, Quezon City, Tel. 722-0945

Legal Service
Camp Crame, Quezon City, Tel. 722-0959/722-1344

Headquarters Support Service
Camp Crame, Quezon City, Tel. 722-4110/722-5244/722-0853/723-9410

Engineering Service
Camp Crame, Quezon City, Tel. 722-4097/725-3182

Crime Laboratory Service
Camp Crame, Quezon City, Tel. 721-8558/723-8836

Maritime Group
Camp Crame, Quezon City, Tel. 724-8778 /721-1519/722-0230

 


Police Clearance

 

STEP BY STEP PROCEDURE (Clients)

1. Secure Barangay Clearance

2. Present Barangay Clearance and cedula to clearance section personnel

3. Payment of service fees to the Office of the Municipal Treasurer

4. Present official receipt to clearance section personnel

5. Wait for the release of the Police Clearance

REQUIREMENTS:

• Cedula (CTC),

• Barangay Clearance

• Official Receipt

FEES AND CHARGES:

• Police Clearance - P 100.00

• Documentary Stamp  - P15.00

PROCESSING TIME:

• 15 minutes

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