PNP Regular Examination
The National Police Commission conducts two sets of police examinations twice a year, one for those who are already in the police service (promotional), and another for those aspiring to enter the Philippine National Police (PNP entrance).
The PNP ENTRANCE EXAMINATION (Examination Date: July 31, 2021), is open only to the following:
- Processed examinees of the April 26, 2020 who did not avail of the Computer-Assisted Examination (CAEx);
- Those applicants who were able to register in the On-Line Exam Application Scheduling System (OLEASS) but were not processed; and
- Those applicants in the Wait-lists. Click here to view the complete details
The PNP PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATIONS (Examination Date: August 1, 2021), are open only to the following:
- Processed PNP Promotional examinees of the April 26, 2020, PNP Promotional Examinations;
- Those applicants who were able to register in the On-Line Exam Application Scheduling System (OLEASS) for the April 26, 2020 PNP Promotional Examinations but were not processed; and
- Those in the Wait-lists for the April 26, 2020 PNP Promotional Examinations. Click here to view the complete details
NAPOLCOM Computer Assisted Examination (CAEx) Announcement
The NAPOLCOM Computer-Assisted Examination (CAEx) for the PNP Entrance Examination is open to all Filipino citizens who meet the age and educational requirements, as well as to Patrolman/Patrolwoman whose appointments are temporary for lack of appropriate eligibility.
July 5, 6, 8, 9, 12, 13, 15 and 16, 2021
August 9, 10, 12, 13, 16, 17, 19, 20, 23, 24, 26, 27 and 31, 2021
September 16, 17, 20, 21, 23, 24, 27, 28 and 30, 2021
October 4, 5, 7 and 8, 2021
November 4, 5, 8, 9, 11 and 12, 2021
Official announcements.... Application form....
In view of the alleged confusion on the submission of Medical Certificate as one of the requirements for the NAPOLCOM Computer Assisted Examination, the NAPOLCOM reiterates that the required Medical Certificate indicating that the examinee is COVID-19 FREE must be issued by a Licensed Government Physician assigned or working in a Barangay/Municipal/City/Provincial Health Office or other government health monitoring center/office where the applicant resides, within 72 hours before the examination day.
Rapid test result, Barangay Certificate or Medical Certificate issued by a private health institution or clinic will not be accepted.
PESE Examination Announcement
The POLICE EXECUTIVE SERVICE ELIGIBILITY EXAMINATION (PESE) is an eligibility requirement for the ranks of Police Colonel, Police Brigadier General, Police Major General, Police Lieutenant General and Police General. The two-phased PESE examination process consists of written examination and panel interview. Both phases contain analytical questions on police leadership and police values designed to select the best future leaders in the police service.
Date of Written Examination: September 12, 2021
Official announcements.... Application form....
September 17, 2021
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September 10, 2021
NAPOLCOM pays tribute to community partners, test consultants, loyalty and model employees on its 55th Anniversary
On the occasion of its 55th Founding Anniversary, the National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM) conferred awards and recognitions to its community partners, test consultants, as well as high performing supervisors and associates on September 10, 2021.
Senator Christopher Lawrence “Bong” T. Go was the Guest of Honor and Speaker of the virtual anniversary program with the theme “[email protected]: Meeting the Challenges of the Better Normal” which started with the celebration of the Holy Mass at 9:00 a.m. and followed by the virtual awarding ceremonies at 10:00 in the morning.
Joining Senator Go in greeting the Commission officials and employees through a pre-recorded message were Senator Ronald “Bato” M. Dela Rosa, DILG Secretary and NAPOLCOM Chairman Eduardo M. Año, PNP Chief PGEN Guillermo Lorenzo T. Eleazar, and PNPA Director PMGEN Rhoderick C. Armamento.
Community Service Award was given to Dr. Manuel G. Co in grateful acknowledgment of his untiring dedication and selfless contribution of time, knowledge, and wisdom during his stint as Chairman of the Corrections Pillar of the NAPOLCOM Technical Committee on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (TCCPCJ) in a span of more than two (2) decades. His untiring commitment and demonstration of close cooperation and support as former Chairman of the TCCPCJ Corrections Pillar has led to the successful implementation of the government’s crime prevention policies and criminal justice programs, particularly the Unified After-Care Referral/Monitoring System and Program for former Persons Deprived of Liberty.
A plaque of recognition was also presented to Ms. Joselen B. Pabillo for her unwavering commitment and wholehearted support to the National Crime Prevention Week-Technical Working Committee (NCPW-TWC), and in grateful acknowledgment of her invaluable contribution and active involvement in the conduct of Crime Prevention Seminar and Awareness Drive in schools.
Also awarded were the National Telecommunications Commission, Globe Telecom, and Smart Communications for their invaluable support extended to the NAPOLCOM during the conduct of its online surveys on “Public Perception of Police Checkpoints During the Community Quarantine Period” and the “2021 Public Perception of Community Safety”. Their assistance in disseminating the surveys through broadcast messaging services contributed immensely in obtaining valuable information from the public on how to improve police services and strengthen public trust in developing community-police partnerships, especially during the pandemic.
The Commission also gave plaques of recognition to PCOL Allan C. Nobleza, Acting Deputy Regional Director for Administration, PRO 6, and PCOL Emma M. Libunao, Assistant Chief, PIO, Office of the Chief, PNP, for their unselfish dedication and unwavering commitment in discharging their duties and responsibilities as members of the NAPOLCOM Test Development Committee and Police Executive Service Eligibility (PESE) Test Development Committee, by sharing their expertise in formulating, developing and constructing test items for the PNP Promotional Examinations and the PESE Examination, which immensely contributed to the mission of NAPOLCOM in upgrading, professionalizing and promoting career development in the Philippine National Police.
Another plaque of appreciation was presented to Aboitiz Equity Ventures, Inc. for its partnership in imparting valuable learning assistance and knowledge to NAPOLCOM Central and Regional Employees through the Capability-Building Webinar Program.
Awards and commendations were also given to NAPOLCOM Model Supervisors and Associates, Loyalty Awardees and Retirees, who have rendered unselfish commitment and dedication to the Commission and significantly contributed to the accomplishments of the NAPOLCOM programs and projects.
“As we celebrate the founding anniversary of the Commission, we also take cognizance of the commendable performance and unselfish commitment of our employees by giving awards and commendations for a job well done,” NAPOLCOM Vice Chairman and Executive Officer Vitaliano N. Aguirre II said.
September 10, 2021
NAPOLCOM honors 3 PNP Gallantry Awardees on its 55th Founding Anniversary
The National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM) conferred plaques of recognition to three (3) PNP Gallantry Awardees through virtual rites on September 10, 2021 on the occasion of the Commission’s 55th Anniversary Program, with Senator Christopher Lawrence “Bong” T. Go as the Guest of Honor and Speaker.
NAPOLCOM Vice Chairman and Executive Officer Vitaliano N. Aguirre II led the virtual presentation of awards to the three (3) deserving PNP personnel who displayed extraordinary courage and gallantry in the performance of their duty.
PLTCOL William Q. Santos was awarded for his conspicuous bravery in launching a no let-up campaign against Communist Terrorist Groups (CTG) and for his notable accomplishments as the Acting Chief, Provincial Investigation Unit, Rizal Provincial Police Office (RPPO). The RPPO served a warrant of arrest against six (6) CTG members in Baras, Rizal resulting in an armed confrontation and eventual neutralization of the CTG members. His visionary leadership contributed immensely to the success of the National Task Force to End Local Communist Armed Conflict (NTF ELCAC).
Another award was given to PLTCOL Hoover T. Antonio, Force Commander of 1st Sultan Kudarat Provincial Mobile Force Company, for his extraordinary gallantry in the conduct of law enforcement operation on November 4, 2020 against the group of Jazzer Nilong, who was an identified bomber and trainer in the areas of Tacurong, Isulan, Sultan Kudarat and General Santos City. Said operation successfully prevented the conduct of bombing operations targeting the City Mall and Public Market of Isulan, Sultan Kudarat. PLTCOL Antonio’s contributions in the performance of his duty is a testament of his bravery that reflects great merit upon himself and the police organization.
Also awarded was PLT Carlo P. Magno, member of the Revitalized Pulis sa Barangay deployed in Marilog District, Davao City, for his exceptional courage when he facilitated the successful and peaceful surrender of 38 members of CTG under the Pulang Bagani Command (PBC), Southern Mindanao Regional Command (SMRC) on January 17 and 18, 2021. PLT Magno’s dedication to public service contributed immensely to the success of NTF ELCAC.
“The extraordinary courage and bravery displayed by these police officers in a circumstance of peril is worthy of inspiration and emulation among their fellow officers and this clearly manifests their commitment to serve and protect the people,” Vice Chairman Aguirre said.
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NAPOLCOM promotes six cops who seized 5.6 billion worth of shabu in Bulacan
For acts of conspicuous courage and gallantry at the risk of their lives above and beyond the call of duty, the National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM) approved the special promotion of six (6) members of the PNP-Drug Enforcement Group for neutralizing an extensive and large-scale drug cartel and confiscating 5.6B worth of shabu in Marilao, Bulacan on June 2, 2020.
NAPOLCOM Vice Chairman and Executive Officer (VCEO) Vitaliano N. Aguirre II said that the Commission promoted to the next higher rank PLT Hazel S. Mabilin, PSMS Christopher B. Buenafe, PSSG Eduardo N. Dolleton, PSSG Lorenzo S. Catarata, PSSG Elfvin Z. Siriban and PCPL Paulo Levin A. Nerviza through Resolution No. 2021-0788, dated July 23, 2021.
The aforementioned police officers were promoted for exhibiting acts of heroism so distinguishable from ordinary hazardous police operations during a series of casing, surveillance operations, and eventual buy-bust operation that they were able to discover and neutralize the drug syndicate of Yuwen Cai alias “Tatang” who is a Chinese National. Through efficient planning and precise execution, the team of PLT Mabilin infiltrated and discovered the safe houses/hideouts of the said drug syndicate and seized 827 kilograms of methamphetamine hydrochloride or shabu with an estimated value of Php 5,630,400,600.00.
According to Vice Chairman Aguirre, it is indeed quite rare in the history of drugs operation conducted by police operatives to confiscate and/or seize billions of pesos worth of shabu from a drug syndicate. As such, it epitomizes the strength of a police officer’s character, one that is worthy of emulation and has brought honor and prestige to the entire Philippine National Police.
“Hand in hand with the NAPOLCOM’s determined effort to continuously remove misfits and scalawags in the PNP is the Commission’s commitment to recognize the outstanding accomplishments of our police officers through career advancement and promotion,” Vice Chairman Aguirre said.
Under Section 38 (b) of RA 6975, as amended by Section 33 (b) of RA 8551, any uniformed member of the PNP who has exhibited acts of conspicuous courage and gallantry at the risk of his/her life above and beyond the call of duty shall be promoted to the next higher rank, provided, that such acts shall be validated by the Commission based on established criteria.
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Quarterly Central and Regional Management Conference
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NAPOLCOM approves recruitment of 17,314 new cops
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The Public Assistance Unit (PAU) is tasked to receive calls involving police anomalies and irregularities and take appropriate actions as necessary and dispatch IMIS personnel to monitor, validate and investigate legitimate reports/complaints within 24 hours from receipt thereof.The PAU renders duty on a 24-hour basis, seven days a week.
Filing of Administrative Complaints
To prevent the spread of covid 19 and to ensure public safety, the personal filing of complaints against members of the PNP before the Investigation Division (ID) of the Inspection, Monitoring and Investigation Service (IMIS), has been temporarily suspended until further notice. In this connection, the filing of administrative complaints may be made through any of the following modes:
• Postal Service / Courier. Compalints may be sent to the Chief, Investigation Division, Inspection, Monitoring and Investigation Service, DILG NAPOLCOM Center, NAPOLCOM Building, EDSA cor. Quezon Avenue, West Triangle, Quezon City, 1104.
• Dropbox System. A dropbox for complaint shall be made available at the ground floor of the DILG NAPOLCOM Center, NAPOLCOM Building. Accomplished and notarized Complaint Sheet with accompanying pertinent documentary evidence should be placed in a sealed envelope, indicating the name, address and contact numbers of the complainant. A responsive officer will schedule an appointment with you, whenever necessary.
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