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The Philippine National Police (Filipino: Pambansang Pulisya ng Pilipinas and abbreviated as PNP) is the civilian national police force of the Republic of the Philippines. To The Philippine National Police, which was a result of a merger of the Philippine Constabulary and the Integrated National Police, was activated on January 29, 1991. Its national headquarters are based at Camp Crame in Quezon City. It has a manpower of 140,000.

Contents [hide]
1 Current Leadership
2 List of chiefs
3 Organization
4 Mandate
5 Philosophy
6 Core values
7 Mission
8 Functions
9 Reorganization in 1998
10 Internal branches and organizations
11 Recruitment and training
12 Ranks of the Philippine National Police in English and Spanish 12.1 Commissioned officers
12.2 Non-commissioned officers
13 International Peace Support Operations and Humanitarian Relief Missions 14 National Operations Center (NOC)
15 Incidents
15.1 Manila blackmail incident
15.2 Euro Generals scandal
15.3 Parañaque shootout
15.4 Binayug torture case
15.5 Maguindanao massacre
15.6 Failed hostage rescue operation
16 See also
17 References
18 External links
[edit]Current Leadership
The Chief PNP: Police Director-General Alan L.M. Purisima
Deputy Chief for Administration (DCA): Police Deputy Director General Emelito T. Sarmiento The Chief PNP Public Information Office (PIO): Police Chief Superintendent Generoso R. Cerbo Jr. The Chief PNP Criminal Investigation & Detention Group (CIDG): Police Director Samuel D. Pagdilao Jr. The Chief PNP Highway Patrol Group (HPG): Police Chief Superintendent Arrazad P. Subong The Chief PNP Aviation Security Group (AVSEG): Police Chief Superindendent Jesus Gordon P. Descanzo The Chief PNP Special Action Force (SAF): Police Chief Superintendent Carmelo E. Valmoria The Chief PNP Maritime Group (MG): Police Chief Superintendent Henry P. Losañes The Chief PNP Intelligence Group (IG): Police Chief Superindtendent Charles T. Calima [edit]List of chiefs

#NameTerm of Office
1Cesar P. Nazareno[1]31 March 199128 August 1992
2Raul S. Imperial[1]28 August 19926 May 1993
3Umberto Rodriguez[1]6 May 19938 July 1994
4Recaredo Arevalo Sarmiento II[1]8 July 19941997
5Santiago L. Aliño[2]19971998
6Roberto T. Lastimoso[2]19981999
7Edmundo L. Larozza[2]1999 (acting)1999
8Panfilo Morena Lacson[2]November 1999January 2001
9Leandro Ramos Mendoza[2]16 March 20012002
10Hermogenes Edejer Ebdane, Jr.[3]July 200223 August 2004 11Edgar B. Aglipay[3][4]23 August 2004March 6, 2005
12Arturo Lomibao[4][5]March 13, 2005August 29, 2006
13Oscar Castelo Calderon[5][6]August 29, 2006October 1, 2007 14Avelino Ignacio Razon, Jr.[6]October 1, 2007September 27, 2008 15Jesus Ame Verzosa[7]September 27, 2008September 14, 2010 16Raul Macalalad BacalzoSeptember 14, 2010September 8, 2011 17Nicanor Ancheta BartolomeSeptember 8, 2011December 17, 2012 18Alan La Madrid PurisimaDecember 17, 2012Present


The passage into law on December 13, 1990 of Republic Act No. 6975 entitled “An Act Establishing the Philippine National Police under a reorganized Department of the Interior and Local Government and Other Purposes” ended the existence of the Philippine Constabulary and the Integrated National Police and gave way to the creation of the Philippine National Police, now known as the country's police force that is national in scope and civilian in character. It is administered and controlled by the National Police Commission. [edit]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.[8] [edit]Philosophy

Service, Honor and Justice.
[edit]Core values

Maka-Diyos (God-fearing)
Makabayan (Nationalistic)
Makatao (Humane)...
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