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December 12, 2023

ADVISORY (FOR NAPOLCOM EXAMINEES)


December 12, 2023

ADVISORY (FOR PESE EXAMINEES)


November 3, 2023

NAPOLCOM OPENS ONLINE REGISTRATION FOR THE DECEMBER 2023 POLICE EXAMS

The National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM) will open its online registration at 12:00 noon of November 7, 2023 for the nationwide conduct of the PNP Entrance (PNPE) and Promotional Examinations (PROMEX) on December 10, 2023.The last day of registration is on November 17, 2023.

Before registering online, an applicant must prepare the scanned copy (JPEG) of one (1) valid government-issued ID (National ID, PNP ID, Passport, Postal ID, Driver’s License, PRC ID, etc.).

The steps for the online registration are as follows.

  1. Go directly to the NAPOLCOM website gov.ph;
  2. Click the desired exam (PNP Entrance or Promotional Exams);
  3. Fill out the required data and review the same;
  4. Upload the scanned copy (JPEG) of the valid government-issued ID; and,
  5. After uploading the same, the system will generate a Notice stating the requirements to be brought during the processing of the application at the Regional Office.

After the applicant has successfully registered online, he/she is given 48 hours to process his/her application and to pay the exam fee. Non-compliance will result in the forfeiture of his/her application. The exam fee shall be forfeited in case of non-appearance of the applicant during the exam day. The period of processing of applications at the Regional Offices is from November 7 to 21, 2023.

An applicant with a confirmed processing schedule should proceed to the NAPOLCOM Regional Office in his/her area for the filling out of the Index Card (to be provided by the Regional Office) with the following requirements:

PNP Entrance Examination (for Civilians)

  1. Notice generated after registering online (printed or electronic copy);
  2. Birth Certificate issued by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA);
  3. Authenticated copy of ANY of the following:
    • Transcript of Records
    • Diploma
    • Certificate of Graduation
  1. One (1) valid government-issued ID (National ID, Passport, Postal ID, Driver’s License, PRC, etc.);
  2. One (1) legal-size window envelope with twenty-one pesos (Php21.00)worth of stamp;
  3. One (1) recent 1” x 1” size photo (in color)with name tag (first, middle, and last names); and,
  4. Exam Fee: Four Hundred Pesos(Php400.00).

PNP Entrance Examination (for Patrolmen/Patrolwomen with Temporary Status of Appointment)

  1. Notice generated after registering online (printed or electronic copy);
  2. Authenticated copy of KSS Form bilang 33/Appointment Order;
  3. One (1) valid government-issued ID (PNP, National ID, Passport, Driver’s License, PRC, etc.);
  4. One (1) legal-size window envelope with twenty-one pesos (Php21.00) worth of stamp;
  5. One (1) recent 1″ x 1” size photo (in color)with name tag (rank, first, middle, and last names); and,
  6. Exam Fee: Four Hundred Pesos(Php400.00).

Promotional Examinations (PO4th, PO3rd, PO2nd and PO1st Classes)

  1. Notice generated after registering online (printed or electronic copy);
  2. Authenticated copy of KSS Form bilang 33/Promotion Order for the present rank;
  3. Authenticated copy of applicable Certificate of Eligibility (Board/Bar/Civil Service Professional/NAPOLCOM or Certification of Eligibility issued by the NAPOLCOM)as stated in Item IV of this announcement;
  4. One (1) recent 1” x 1” size photo (in color) with name tag (rank, first, middle, and last names);
  5. One (1) valid government-issued ID (PNP, National ID, Passport, Driver’s License, PRC, etc.);
  6. One (1) legal-size window envelope with twenty-one pesos (Php21.00)worth of stamp; and,
  7. Exam Fee:
  • PO4th Class Exam – Four Hundred Pesos (Php400.00)
  • PO3rd Class Exam – Four Hundred Fifty Pesos (Php450.00)
  • PO2nd Class Exam – Five Hundred Pesos (Php500.00)
  • PO1st Class Exam – Six Hundred Pesos (Php600.00)

The original documents and photocopies of the Birth Certificate, Transcript of Records/Diploma/Certificate of Graduation, KSS Form bilang 33/Appointment Order, KSS Form bilang 33/Promotion Order, and Certificate of Eligibility (Board/Bar/Civil Service Professional/NAPOLCOM or Certification of Eligibility issued by the NAPOLCOM)shall be presented by the applicant during the processing of his/her application at the Regional Office (RO) for purposes of validation. All requirements submitted by the applicant shall form part of the RO records.

The PNPE Exam is open to all civilian applicants aspiring to be a member of the Philippine National Police who have a bachelor’s degree and are not less than 21 years old or more than 30 years old on the day of the examination. It is also to open to Patrolmen and Patrolwomen with temporary appointment due to lack of appropriate eligibility.

On the other hand, qualified uniformed personnel of the PNP who meet the minimum qualification standards for examination in terms of rank and eligibility and who would like to be promoted can register for the promotional examinations.


November 3, 2023

NAPOLCOM accepts applications for Police Executive Service Eligibility (PESE) Written Exam

The National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM) will accept applications on November 7to 17, 2023 for the Police Executive Service Eligibility (PESE) Written Examination for Police Commissioned Officers of the Philippine National Police (PNP) to be held on December 9, 2023.

The PESE Written Examination is open to all qualified uniformed members of the PNP with the rank of Police Lieutenant Colonel (PLTCOL) and up, with permanent status of appointment.
Qualified applicants should proceed to any NAPOLCOM Regional Office for the submission of the accomplished application form to be provided by the Regional Office, which can also be downloaded from the NAPOLCOM website www.napolcom.gov.ph, and for the filling out of the Index Card.

Applicants must bring the following requirements for the processing of application:

  1. KSS Form bilang 33/Promotion Order for the rank of PLTCOL;
  2. One (1) recent 1” x 1” photo (in color) with name tag (rank, first, middle and last names);
  3. One (1) recent passport-size photo (in color) with name tag (rank, first, middle, and last names) to be attached to the application form;
  4. One (1) valid government-issued ID (PNP, National ID, Passport, Driver’s License, PRC, etc.); and,
  5. Exam Fee: Seven-Hundred Pesos (Php700.00).

The original document and photocopy of the KSS Form bilang 33/Promotion Order for the rank of PLTCOL shall be presented during the processing at the NAPOLCOM Regional Office (RO) for purposes of validation. The photocopy shall form part of the RO records.

The three-hour written examination will be held at the PNP National Headquarters, Camp BGen Rafael T. Crame, Quezon City (for examinees from Luzon); University of Cebu, Senior High School Campus, Cebu City (for examinees from Visayas); and University of Mindanao, Matina Campus, Davao City (for examinees from Mindanao).

For exam related concerns, an applicant may get in touch with the Regional Office where he/she processed his/her application.
Applicants shall be notified through a Notice of Admission (NOA) which may be accessed through the NAPOLCOM website www.napolcom.gov.ph. In case the applicant fails to access the NOA within five (5) days before the date of the examination, he/she may verify the status of his/her application with the Examining Division, Personnel and Administrative Service, NAPOLCOM Central Office at telephone nos. (02) 8899-0085 and (02) 8403-2588 or email address: [email protected].

The PESE Process has two (2) phases – PHASE I is the Written Exam and PHASE II is the Validation Interview for those who passed the Written Exam, including those who previously passed the same.

Passers of the PESE Process (Phase I and Phase II) are conferred the Police Executive Service Eligibility (PESE) which is the eligibility requirement for promotion to the third level ranks of Police Colonel, Police Brigadier General, Police Major General, Police Lieutenant General, and Police General in the PNP.


November 6, 2023


November 6, 2023


September 29, 2023

ADVISORY

Nationwide PNP Recruitment

The National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM) has approved the recruitment of 6,501 Patrolmen/Patrolwomen attrition quota under the PNP CY 2023 Recruitment Program, broken down as follows:

Police Regional Office (PRO) Recruitment Quota
PRO 1 300
PRO 2 100
PRO 3 600
PRO 4A 400
PRO 48 200
PRO 5 300
PRO 6 300
PRO 7 300
PRO 8 100
PRO 9 300
PRO 10 300
PRO 11 300
PRO 12 200
PRO 13 200
PRO Cordillera 200
PRO BAR 300
NCRPO 2,101

Applicants should meet the following general qualifications:

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September 20, 2023

ADVISORY

For NAPOLCOM Examination Passers

The list of successful examinees for the PNP Entrance Examination (PNPE) and Promotional Examination (PROMEX) conducted on June 17 and 18, 2023 is already posted and can be viewed at the NAPOLCOM website, just log in to www.napolcom.gov.ph.

Certificate of Eligibility (COE) for examination passers and Report of Rating (ROR) for unsuccessful examinees will be sent by mail.

Upon request and payment of PHP150.00, CERTIFICATION of successful examinees may be issued by the Examining Division-Personnel and Administrative Service (ED-PAS), NAPOLCOM Central Office, and by the 17 NAPOLCOM Regional Offices nationwide.

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Please contact the ED-PAS and the Regional Office concerned for inquiries:

REGIONAL OFFICE EMAIL ADDRESS TELEPHONE NO.
Examining Division [email protected] (02) 8899-0085

(02) 8403-2588

NCR [email protected] (02) 8882-1190
CAR [email protected]

[email protected]

[email protected]

(074) 442-7193
Region 1 [email protected] (072) 242-5064
Region 2 [email protected] (078) 396-0445
Region 3 napolcomr3HRMS1@gmail com (045) 455-0253
Region 4-A [email protected] (049) 545-1368
MIMAROPA [email protected] (049) 531-4833
Region 5 [email protected] (052) 482-5560

09176522754

Region 6 [email protected] (033) 335-0023

(033) 328-1058

09560438796

Region 7 [email protected] (032) 260-2215

(032) 261-0226

Region 8 [email protected] (053) 832-0684

09810095629

Region 9 [email protected] (Pagadian City)

[email protected] (Zamboanga City)

(062) 925-1112

Pagadian City

(062) 991-4900 Zamboanga City

Region 10 [email protected] (088) 850-5701

09260636253 (Globe)

09219004157(Smart)

Region 11 [email protected] (082) 228-5645
Region 12 [email protected] (083) 228-2317 09282132775
CARAGA [email protected] (085) 225-9282
BARMM [email protected] (064) 421 4401

(064) 551 4254


September 20, 2023

5,641 aspiring police officers hurdle PNP Entrance test; 5,722 cops pass police promotional exams

A total of 11,363 or 30.01% of the 37,859 examinees hurdled the police examinations conducted by the National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM) last June 17 and 18, 2023 in 30 designated testing centers nationwide.

The announcement came after the NAPOLCOM En Banc issued Resolution No. 2023-1056, dated September 18, 2023, approving and authorizing the release of the results of the PNP Entrance (PNPE) and Promotional Examinations.

The total number of passers is distributed, as follows: 5,641 passers of the PNPE Examination representing 20.21% of the 27,908 PNPE examinees, and the combined 5,722 passers constituting 57.50% of the 9,951 in-service police officers who took the PNP Promotional Examinations.

The 5,722 police officers who successfully passed the promotional examinations per category are broken down, as follows: Police Officer 1st Class Examination for Police Major and Police Lieutenant Colonel (60 passers); Police Officer 2nd Class Examination for Police Lieutenant and Police Captain (231 passers); Police Officer 3rd Class Examination for Police Master Sergeant, Police Senior Master Sergeant, Police Chief Master Sergeant and Police Executive Master Sergeant (3,099 passers); and Police Officer 4th Class Examination for Police Corporal and Police Staff Sergeant (2,332 passers).

The eligibility conferred upon passing the PNPE Examination is one of the requirements for appointment in the PNP as a Patrolman/Patrolwoman, while passing the corresponding promotional examination is a requirement for promotion to a higher rank.

The NAPOLCOM assures the public of its readiness, through its Police Examination System, to detect and address examination anomalies using answer pattern analysis, and thereby warns examinees to refrain from committing any form of irregularity, such as cheating, impersonation, perjury, or violation of examination rules, otherwise, they shall be sanctioned with perpetual disqualification from taking future NAPOLCOM examinations.

The list of successful examinees will be posted at the NAPOLCOM One-Stop Shop (NOSS), 7th Floor, NAPOLCOM Central Office located at DILG-NAPOLCOM Center, NAPOLCOM Building, EDSA corner Quezon Avenue, West Triangle, Quezon City and can be viewed at the NAPOLCOM website at www.napolcom.gov.ph. Individual Certificate of Eligibility or Report of Rating will be sent by mail to all examinees. Certification of successful examinees may be issued upon request by the NAPOLCOM Central and Regional Offices.


September 8, 2023

NAPOLCOM honors PNP awardees, community partners and employees on its 57th Anniversary

On the occasion of its 57th Founding Anniversary on September 8, 2023, the National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM) awarded plaques and certificates to police awardees, community partners, special awardees, loyalty awardees, and model employees.

Atty. Richard P. Palpal-latoc, Chairperson of the Commission on Human Rights (CHR), was the Guest of Honor and Speaker during the hybrid anniversary program with the theme “Exemplifying Accountability and Integrity in the Police Service.”

The anniversary program was highlighted by the virtual presentation of awards in recognition of the service to duty of three (3) uniformed members of the Philippine National Police (PNP). Their contributions in the performance of their duty is a testament of their dedication to the police service that reflect great merit upon themselves and the police organization.

Pat Randy T. Agdeppa of the Nueva Vizcaya Provincial Police Office (PPO), Police Regional Office (PRO) 2, was awarded for rescuing, without hesitation and unmindful of the risk and threat to his own life, a fellow police officer who accidentally got electrocuted by a hanging electrical live wire during the conduct of a search and rescue operation along the river located in Bone South, Aritao, Nueva Vizcaya on October 30, 2022.

Also awarded was PSSG Lloyd C. Elefante of the Pampanga PPO, PRO 3, for rescuing, without hesitation and unmindful of the risk and threat to his own life, a family of six (6) members from drowning during the sudden rise of water in Palakol River, Floridablanca, Pampanga on June 19, 2023.

Another awardee was PCMS Mario F. Bariquit of the Davao del Sur PPO, PRO 11, for exhibiting courage and for his achievement in the neutralization of notorious robbery with rape suspects who caused panic and anxiety to the people in Davao del Sur, as well as in the neutralization of the notorious Cansing Criminal Gang.

The NAPOLCOM also recognized four (4) Community Service Awardees in recognition and sincere appreciation for their invaluable contribution and support to the programs and projects of the Commission.

The United States Embassy, represented by Mr. Luke Bruns, Deputy Director of the International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs, was recognized for contributing in the advancement of NAPOLCOM officials by providing Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) during the Capability Building Training/Seminars for NAPOLCOM Central and Regional Personnel. Through the generous assistance of the Embassy, the NAPOLCOM was empowered with tools and skills necessary to uphold the highest standards of integrity, transparency and accountability in the exercise of its oversight function over the PNP.

Another awardee was the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, represented by Atty. Kirby Tibayan, Mr. Olivier George Lermet, and Ms. JoAnn Emilene De Belen, for their steadfast commitment in strengthening the institutional capacity and promoting good governance in the NAPOLCOM and the PNP. Their commitment towards enhancing the capacities of the NAPOLCOM and the PNP through the provision of training, technical support, and resources has bolstered the capabilities of both agencies in combatting crime and maintaining peace and order.  Through their involvement in various community service programs and support in advancing crime prevention, information sharing, and intelligence cooperation, the overall security framework of the Philippines has been strengthened.

Also awarded were Atty. Engelbert C. Caronan, Jr., President of the Development Academy of the Philippines (DAP), and SVP Magdalena L. Mendoza, also from DAP, for assisting the NAPOLCOM in formulating a comprehensive and evidenced-based crime prevention program. Their vision and insights have fortified the partnership between the DAP and the NAPOLCOM in advancing the cause of crime prevention and public safety for a better society.

Two (2) Special Awardees were also recognized in acknowledgement of their gesture of patriotism, goodwill and generosity for assigning, conveying, and transferring their rights and interests in the NAPOLCOM Hymn pursuant to the Deed of Assignment and Transfer of Rights they executed on July 13, 2023 in favor of the NAPOLCOM.

Mr. Ronald Y. Bello, Musical Director of the NAPOLCOM Chorale, was the composer and arranger of the Himno Pambansang Komisyon ng Pulisya or the NAPOLCOM Hymn while Ms. Cristina DL Tan, former President of the NAPOLCOM Chorale, was the lyricist.

Plaques and certificates were also given to the NAPOLCOM Model Supervisors and Associates, Loyalty Awardees, and Retirees in recognition of their commendable performance, loyalty, commitment, and dedication to the Commission that significantly contributed to the accomplishments of NAPOLCOM programs, projects, and activities.


September 7, 2023

MEDIA ADVISORY

57TH NAPOLCOM ANNIVERSARY

TO: DILG-NAPOLCOM BEAT REPORTERS

The National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM) will commemorate its 57th Founding Anniversary on September 8, 2023, 10 am, at the Jesse Robredo Hall, 8th Floor, DILG-NAPOLCOM Center, EDSA corner Quezon Avenue, West Triangle, Quezon City.

In this regard, you are invited to cover said event with the Commission on Human Rights (CHR) Chairperson Richard P. Palpal-latoc as the Guest of Honor and Speaker. He will be joined by SILG and NAPOLCOM Chairperson Atty. Benjamin C. Abalos, Jr. and other Commissioners in the recognition of PNP Gallantry Awardees, Community Service Awardees, and Special Awardees.

For inquiries, please contact Mr. Ramon Ypil, Assistant Chief of the NAPOLCOM Public Information Division, at 09175418185.


September 6, 2023

NAPOLCOM leads 2023 NCPW celebration

On September 4, 2023, the National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM) jumpstarted the 2023 National Crime Prevention Week (NCPW) with a kickoff ceremony/crime prevention bootcamp at the PNP Multi-Purpose Center, Camp Crame, Quezon City with the theme “Addressing Crime and Advancing Crime Prevention at the Local, National and Global Levels.”

NAPOLCOM Commissioner Edilberto DC Leonardo delivered the keynote message and the declaration of the 29th NCPW celebration which was followed by the simultaneous blowing of whistles that signaled the start of the weeklong observance, after which participants from partner agencies and stakeholders underwent skills training for protecting the community, like modern Arnis demonstration and Arnis basic skills stances and striking techniques.

As part of the weeklong celebration, the NAPOLCOM will hold different activities, such as “Crime Prevention Seminar and Training on Self-Defense Techniques” for Barangay Tanods/Barangay Peace-keeping Action Teams (BPATs); “Training on Investigation and Prosecution of Illegal Drugs” for Law Enforcers and Prosecutors; and “Webinar on Online Financial Transactions and Avoiding Online Scams” for NAPOLCOM personnel.

Other activities include “Asia Crime Prevention Foundation–Crime Prevention Practitioners Association of the Philippines (ACPF-CPPAP) Webinar on Community Policing in Asia” to highlight the different approaches that fostered the development of community-oriented policing in different countries in Asia; and “Crime Prevention Education” to promote collective citizen’s action and responsibility to fight crime, violence and illicit drug use.

The culmination program will be held at the NAPOLCOM Office in Quezon City on September 7, 2023 with Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) Secretary and NAPOLCOM Ex-officio Chairperson Benjamin C. Abalos, Jr. as the Guest of Honor and Speaker. It will be highlighted by the awarding of winners of the “CSOP Best Practices” and “Share your Crime Prevention Story Contest.”
The observance of the NCPW is in accordance with Presidential Proclamation No. 461, dated August 31, 1994, which declared the first week of September of every year as National Crime Prevention Week under the auspices of the NAPOLCOM. It also provides that all departments and agencies of the government are enjoined to participate and support the programs and activities of the NCPW.


August 31, 2023

ADVISORY

2023 NCPW Celebration

On September 1, 2023 at 3:00 PM, the National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM) will mark the start of the 2023 National Crime Prevention Week (NCPW) with a kickoff ceremony/crime prevention bootcamp to be held at the PNP Multi-Purpose Center, Camp Crame, Quezon City.

NAPOLCOM Commissioner Edilberto DC Leonardo will deliver the keynote message and the declaration of the 29th NCPW celebration to be followed by the simultaneous blowing of whistles to officially start the weeklong observance, after which participants from partner agencies and stakeholders will undergo skills training for protecting the community, like modern Arnis demonstration and Arnis basic skills stances and striking techniques.

Crime prevention training and webinars will also be conducted from September 2-6, 2023. This year’s NCPW celebration will culminate on September 7, 2023 with the awarding of winners of the “CSOP Best Practices” and “Share your Crime Prevention Story Contest.”


June 16, 2023

38,979 to take NAPOLCOM examinations nationwide

The National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM) is set to conduct the regular paper-and-pencil test for Philippine National Police (PNP) Entrance and Promotional Examinations to a total of 38,979 civilian and police examinees in designated examination venues nationwide.

Twenty-eight thousand six hundred ninety-seven (28,697) examinees will take the PNP Entrance Examination, the qualifying examination for Patrolman/Patrolwoman, on June 17, 2023.

Meanwhile, 10,282 police examinees will take the various promotional examination categories on June 18, 2023, as follows: Police Officer 4th Class Examination (for Police Corporal and Police Staff Sergeant); Police Officer 3rd Class Examination (for Police Master Sergeant, Police Senior Master Sergeant, Police Chief Master Sergeant and Police Executive Master Sergeant); Police Officer 2nd Class Examination (for Police Lieutenant and Police Captain); and Police Officer 1st Class Examination (for Police Major and Police Lieutenant Colonel).

Examination venues are in Makati City (NCR); Baguio City and Apayao (CAR); San Fernando City, La Union and Bantay, Ilocos Sur (Region 1); Tuguegarao, Isabela and Batanes (Region 2); City of San Fernando, Pampanga (Region 3); Calamba City, Bacoor, Lipa and Lucena City (Region 4A); Calapan and Sablayan (MIMAROPA); Legazpi and Catanduanes (Region 5); Iloilo City (Region 6); Cebu City (Region 7); Tacloban City (Region 8); Pagadian City and Zamboanga City (Region 9); Cagayan de Oro City (Region 10); Davao City and Mati (Region 11); Koronadal City (Region 12); Butuan City, Tandag City and Surigao (CARAGA); and Cotabato City (BARMM).

Examinees will undergo the three-hour test from 8:00 am to 11:00 am at their designated examination venue. They are reminded to bring their Notice of Admission (NOA); one (1) Government issued ID with signature; pencil no. 2; black or blue ball pen; official receipt of the payment; vaccination card or vaccination certificate (for fully vaccinate individuals) or RT-PCR negative test result or COVID-19 Antigen negative test result issued within 72 hours before the examination day (for non-fully vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals); and any other requirements as may be required by the Local Government Unit where the examination will be administered (if any).

Strict compliance with the prescribed dress code is enjoined. Examinees for the PNP Entrance Examination should wear white shirt, shoes, and black/dark blue pants (maong/slacks) while those who will take the PNP Promotional Examinations are required to wear their PNP GOA Type C. Examinees NOT in the prescribed attire will not be allowed to enter the examination venue.

Bringing in of firearm, explosive or any deadly weapon, two-way radio, cellular phone or any electronic gadget, calculator, and review materials inside the examination venue is strictly prohibited and shall automatically disqualify the examinee from taking the examination and shall result in the nullification of his/her examination.

The NAPOLCOM reiterates that committing any form of cheating will result in the invalidation of the examination result of the examinee and he/she shall be permanently barred from taking the examination as provided for under NAPOLCOM Memorandum Circular No. 2013-007, dated October 30, 2013. If a police examinee commits cheating, he/she shall be charged with dishonesty and, if found culpable, shall be meted the penalty of dismissal from the service.


June 16, 2023 (updated)

 ADVISORY

FOR NAPOLCOM EXAMINEES

WHAT :    PNP ENTRANCE EXAMINATION

                June 17, 2023 (Saturday)

               8:00 AM – 11:00 AM

                PNP PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATIONS

              June 18, 2023 (Sunday)

              8:00 AM – 11:00 AM

WHERE:  NATIONWIDE

REGION EXAMINATION VENUE NAME OF SCHOOL
NCR Makati City Fort Bonifacio High School Building I   
Fort Bonifacio High School Building II   
Benigno Aquino High School
CAR Baguio City SLU Basic Education School
Apayao Apayao State College
Region 1 San Fernando City, La Union La Union National High School
Catbangen Central School
Bantay, Ilocos Sur Ilocos Sur Community College
Region 2 Tuguegarao, Cagayan Cagayan National High School
Isabela Cauayan City Stand Alone Senior High School
Batanes Basco National High School
Region 3 City of San Fernando, Pampanga Pampanga High School
Region 4A (CALABARZON) Calamba City Jose Rizal Memorial School
Bacoor, Cavite Bacoor National High School
Lipa, Batangas Kolehiyo ng Lungsod ng Lipa
Lucena CIty Dalubhasaan ng Lungsod ng Lucena
 MIMAROPA Calapan, Oriental Mindoro Oriental Mindoro National High School
Sablayan, Occidental Mindoro Sablayan National Comprehensive High School
Region 5 Legazpi City Marcial Rañola Memorial School
Catanduanes Catanduanes National High School
Region 6 Iloilo City West Visayas State University
Region 7 Cebu City University of Cebu Senior High School
Region 8 Tacloban City Sagkahan National High School
Region 9 Pagadian City Zamboanga Del Sur National High School-Senior High
Zamboanga City Zamboanga City High School Main
Region 10 Cagayan de Oro City Capitol University
Region 11 Davao City University of Mindanao
Mati, Davao Oriental Davao Oriental State University
Region 12 Koronadal City Koronadal National Comprehensive High School
Region 13 (CARAGA) Butuan City Caraga State University
Tandag City North Eastern Mindanao State University
Surigao Surigao del Norte State University
BARMM Cotabato City Notre Dame Village National High School

WHAT TO BRING:

    1. Notice of Admission (NOA);
    2. One (1) Government issued ID with signature (National ID, PNP, SSS, GSIS, Voter’s, Postal, Passport, Driver’s License, PRC, etc.).  Strictly“NO I.D., NO EXAMINATION”;
    3. Pencil No. 2;
    4. Black or Blue Ballpen;
    5. Official receipt of the payment; and
    6. Any of the following for presentation only:
      • Vaccination Card or Vaccination Certificate(for fully vaccinate individuals); OR
      • Reverse Transcriptase Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR) negative test result or COVID-19 Antigen negative test result issued within 72 hours before the examination day (for non-fully vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals); AND
      • Any other requirements as may be required by the Local Government Unit where the examination will be administered (if any).

WHAT TO WEAR:

    • PNP Entrance Examinees should wear plain white shirt, shoes, and black/dark blue pants (maong/slacks).
    • PNP PROMEX Examinees should wear PNP GOA Type C.

 PROHIBITIONS:

Examinees are prohibited from bringing the following inside the examination center: firearm, explosive or any deadly weapon, two-way radio, cellular phone or any electronic gadget, calculator, and review materials.

CONTACT DETAILS:

For examination-related concerns, please contact the NAPOLCOM Regional Office where the applicant will take the examination through the following contact details:

REGION CONTACT NUMBER/S EMAIL ADDRESS
NCR (02) 8882-1180; (02) 8882-1187;

(02) 8882-1190

[email protected] 
Region 1 (072) 682-8896; (072) 242-5064 [email protected]
Region 2 (078) 396-0445; (078) 373-1164 [email protected]
Region 3 (045) 455-0253 [email protected]
Region 4A (CALABARZON) (049) 834-0601; (049) 545-1368 [email protected]
Region 4B (MIMAROPA) (049) 531-4833 [email protected]
Region 5 (052) 482-1041; (052) 284-5955; (052) 482-5560 [email protected]
Region 6 (033) 337-0934; (033) 335-0023 [email protected]
Region 7 (032) 262-5971; (032) 261-0226 [email protected]
Region 8 (053) 832-0684; (053) 888-0088; (053) 832-0692 [email protected]
Region 9 (062) 925-1100; (062) 925-1112; (062) 925-4900 [email protected] 
Region 10 (088) 850-5701 [email protected]
Region 11 (082) 228-5645 [email protected]
Region 12 (083) 228-2317; (083) 520-0417; (083) 381-0689 [email protected]
Region 13 (CARAGA) (085) 342-8785; (085) 225-9282 [email protected]
CAR (074) 443-4744; (074) 442-7193 [email protected]
BARMM (064) 421-4401; (064) 557-4254 [email protected]

DIR. JOSEPHMAR B. GIL, CESO IV

Staff Service Chief

Personnel and Administrative Service


May 13, 2023 – 1:15pm

ADVISORY

The NAPOLCOM Online Registration Information System (NORIS) for PNP Entrance and Promotional Examinations is experiencing slow system access from time to time due to volume of registration and uploading of documents.

Admittedly, there are technical concerns that we are experiencing now, and we request your understanding that we suspend the operation of the system for a more focused system debugging and configuration.

Further announcement will be posted on the resumption of the registration and validation of uploaded documents for those who have successfully registered with the NORIS.


May 10, 2023

ADVISORY

The NAPOLCOM Online Registration Information System (NORIS) for PNP Entrance and Promotional Examinations is experiencing slow system access from time to time due to volume of registration and uploading of documents.

We request your kind understanding as we address the technical concerns encountered by the system.  Please wait for further announcements on the registration and validation of uploaded documents for those who have successfully registered with the NORIS.


May 5, 2023

Nationwide Conduct of the PNP Examinations – June 2023


May 2, 2023

ADVISORY

For NAPOLCOM Examination Passers (December 2023 PNP Entrance and Promotional Exam) View….


April 19, 2023

9,768 aspiring police officers hurdle PNP Entrance test; 4,278 cops pass police promotional exams

A total of 14,046 or 37.96% of the 37,002 examinees hurdled the police examinations conducted by the National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM) last December 3 and 4, 2022 in 25 designated testing centers nationwide.

The announcement came after the NAPOLCOM En Banc issued Resolution No. 2023-0305, dated April 18, 2023, approving and authorizing the release of the results of the PNP Entrance (PNPE) and Promotional Examinations.

The total number of passers is distributed, as follows: 9,768 passers of the PNPE Examination representing 34.60% of the 28,231 PNPE examinees, and the combined 4,278 passers constituting 48.77% of the 8,771 in-service police officers who took the PNP Promotional Examinations.

The 4,278 police officers who successfully passed the promotional examinations per category are broken down, as follows: Police Officer 1st Class Examination for Police Major and Police Lieutenant Colonel (39 passers); Police Officer 2nd Class Examination for Police Lieutenant and Police Captain (287 passers); Police Officer 3rd Class Examination for Police Master Sergeant, Police Senior Master Sergeant, Police Chief Master Sergeant and Police Executive Master Sergeant (1,697 passers); and Police Officer 4th Class Examination for Police Corporal and Police Staff Sergeant (2,255 passers).

The eligibility conferred upon passing the PNPE Examination is one of the requirements for appointment in the PNP as a Patrolman/Patrolwoman, while passing the promotional examination is considered appropriate for promotion to a higher rank.

The NAPOLCOM assures the public of its readiness, through its Police Examination System, to detect and address examination anomalies using answer pattern analysis, and thereby warns examinees to refrain from committing any form of irregularity, such as cheating, impersonation, perjury, or violation of examination rules, otherwise, they shall be sanctioned with perpetual disqualification from taking future NAPOLCOM examinations.

The list of successful examinees will be posted at the NAPOLCOM One-Stop Shop (NOSS), 7th Floor, NAPOLCOM Center Central Office located at DILG-NAPOLCOM Center, NAPOLCOM Building, EDSA corner Quezon Avenue, West Triangle, Quezon City and can be viewed at the NAPOLCOM website at www.napolcom.gov.ph. Individual Certificate of Eligibility or Report of Rating will be sent by mail to all examinees. Certification of successful examinees may be issued upon request both at the NAPOLCOM Central and Regional Offices.


March 21, 2023

NAPOLCOM okays activation of Maguindanao Norte, Sur Police Offices

The National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM) approves the activation of the Maguindanao del Norte Police Provincial Office (PPO) and Maguindanao del Sur PPO following the deactivation of the existing Maguindanao PPO.

The NAPOLCOM En Banc, headed by Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) Secretary and NAPOLCOM Ex-Officio Chairperson Atty. Benjamin C. Abalos, Jr., signed Resolution No. 2023-0213, dated March 1, 2023, which approved the aforementioned activation and deactivation pursuant to the provisions of Republic Act No. 11550, entitled “An Act Dividing the Province of Maguindanao into Two (2) Provinces, namely: Maguindanao del Norte and Maguindanao del Sur.”

The newly established Maguindanao del Norte PPO and Maguindanao del Sur PPO shall be activated as Type “C” PPOs since both provinces have Lone Congressional District and 3rd to 6th Income Classification. Both PPOs shall be headed by a Provincial Director, with the rank of Police Colonel, who shall exercise administrative supervision and operational control over their respective Municipal Police Stations (MPSs) and its subordinates.

The Maguindanao del Norte PPO will be composed of 12 MPSs, namely, Barira MPS, Buldon MPS, Datu Blah Sinsuat MPS, Datu Odin Sinsuat MPS, Kabuntalan MPS, Matanog MPS, Northern Kabuntalan MPS, Parang MPS, North Upi MPS, Sultan Kudarat MPS, Sultan Mastura MPS, and Talitay MPS.

On the other hand, the Maguindanao del Sur PPO will be composed of 24 MPSs, namely, Ampatuan MPS, Buluan MPS, Datu Abdulla Sangki MPS, Datu Anggal Midtimbang MPS, Datu Hoffer Ampatuan MPS, Datu Montawal MPS, Datu Paglas MPS, Datu Piang MPS, Datu Salibo MPS, Datu Saudi Ampatuan MPS, Datu Unsay MPS, Gen. Salipada K. Pendatun MPS, Guindulungan MPS, Mamasapano MPS, Mangudadatu MPS, Pagalungan MPS, Paglat MPS, Pandag MPS, Rajah Buayan MPS, Sharif Aguak MPS, Sharif Saydona Mustafa MPS, Sultan sa Barongis MPS, Talayan MPS, and South Upi MPS.

The NAPOLCOM Resolution also provides that the initial personnel complement for the two (2) newly created PPOs shall be composed of the existing personnel of the to-be-deactivated Maguindanao PPO. The logistics, funds and other resources shall be drawn from the appropriation/allocation and assets of the existing Maguindanao PPO, while the annual fund support for the full operationalization of the said PPOs shall be programmed in the regular appropriation of the PNP Directorate for Comptrollership.

In addition, the Directors of the National Support Units (NSUs) and other PNP Offices authorized by the NAPOLCOM to maintain their presence at the provincial level shall establish their respective Provincial Field Offices/Units or Teams in the PPOs which shall be under the operational control of their respective Provincial Directors. NSU Directors are also authorized to realign the personnel complement of their respective frontline offices/units to effectively carry out their functions within their respective jurisdictions.


January 18, 2023

ADVISORY
For PESE Conferees

Be informed that the 17th Police Executive Service Eligibility (PESE) Conferment Rites will be held on January 20, 2023, 10:00A.M. at the PNP Multi-Purpose Center, National Headquarters, Philippine National Police, Camp BGEN Rafael T. Crame, Quezon City.

All conferees are reminded of the following:

1. wear the PNP Ceremonial Blue Uniform and white face mask;
2. bring their vaccination cards;
3. report at the MPC at 7:00 A.M. for rehearsal in their PNP Ceremonial Blue Uniform, and
4. guests are not allowed in consideration of the limited capacity of the Multi-Purpose Center and the Covid-19 situation in the NCR.