• Traffic
    maintain the authorized strength of the PNP; 2) To implement the merit system pertaining to promotions, assignments, training and awards; 3) To minimize administrative and criminal cases among personnel; 4) To improve benefit claims of police personnel 5) To ensure the...
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  • The Philippine National Police
    Philippine National Police ( PNP ) The Philippine National Police or PNP is the national police force of the Republic of the Philippines with a manpower strength of 113,928 as of end-July 2007. It provides law enforcement services through its regional, provincial, municipal, district and local...
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  • Insocio
    and Exchange Commission as a non-stock and non-profit business entity. The PSMBFI was organized as a consequence of the enactment of Republic Act 8291 otherwise known as the GSIS Law of 1997 which excluded from insurance coverage from the GSIS the Philippine National Police (PNP), Armed Forces of...
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  • Feasibility Study
    assaults sporadically occur. According to the Philippine National Police Directorate for Investigation and Detective Management, the Total Crime Volume (TCV) in 2012 was 217,812 as compared to 2011 with 241,988 – a decrease of 24,176. Of the total 217,812 crime incidents, the National Capital Regional...
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  • Presidential Degree
    the President of the Philippines and shall receive an annual salary of at least thirty-six thousand pesos. Section 21. Qualifications of the Administrator and Assistant Probation Administrator. To be eligible for Appointment as Administrator or Assistant Probation Administrator, a person must be...
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  • Graft and Corruption
    Philippine National Police (PNP)These law enforcement agencies conduct fact-finding investigations on graft cases. They conduct entrapment operations which, if successful, results in the arrest and filing of criminal complaint against the perpetrators in the courts. It may issue subpoena and serve warrants...
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  • Butu
    dismissal from the service imposed upon members of the Philippine National Police by the Chief of the Philippine National Police; (k) Exercise appellate jurisdiction through the regional appellate boards over administrative cases against policemen and over decisions on claims for police benefits...
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  • corruption
    investigated was committed by the public official in relation to his office. The DOJ also prosecutes in these cases if the public officials involved belong to ranks lower than salary grade 27[LOVE1] . b) The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) and the Philippine National Police (PNP) These law...
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  • Sona 2011
    promises during his campaign are made materialized. He also mentioned about the housing projects for the military and police personnels who has been deprived of good salary and benefits for long. Good Selection for the Ombudsman Noynoy Aquino appointed a proven woman of integrity in the person of...
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  • Code
    of security personnel or in the business of private security/training agency without first having obtained the permit from the Chief of the Philippine National Police which permit as approved is prerequisite in obtaining a license certificate. chanroblespublishingcompany b. License is likewise...
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  • Kaye
    cases if the public officials involved belong to ranks lower than salary grade 27[LOVE1] . b) The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) and the Philippine National Police (PNP) These law enforcement agencies conduct fact-finding investigations on graft cases. They conduct entrapment...
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  • Republic Act No. 7077
    said reserve units: (a) Active members of the Armed Forces of the Philippines and the Philippine National Police; (b) Those who are residing abroad but only during the duration of their absence from the Philippines; (c) Those who are physically and mentally unfit to serve their tour of duty; (d...
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  • Feasibility
    Protection and Assistance | Bureau of Fire Protection | Hotline 160; Dipolog CityCap./Insp. Franklin C. MedallaCity Fire Marshall | 3.Security and Protection | Philippine National Police | Tel. No. 212-3199/3675; Dipolog CityPolice Supt. Tomas M. HizonChief Police | 4. Source of Water...
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  • Curruption
    personnel found the awareness of corruption to be significantly low among personnel of all levels. Further, of the nine challenges confronting PDRM, police corruption was ranked third.5 Out of the 125 recommendations made by the RCP, 10 relate to eradication of corruption in the PDRM. The RCP gave a...
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  • Graft and Corruption
    perceptions of corruption. Estimates of the extent and losses of corruption in the Philippines will be briefly discussed. The history of the Philippine * Deputy Director / Dean of Academic, Philippine National Police Academy, Philippine Public Safety College, Philippines. 1 “Initiatives Taken Against...
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  • thesis
    UAM of the Philippines Inc. The proposed system will starts the same way as the employees punched their DTR. Then, the accounting personnel will validate and import the attendance and records in the attendance sheet for the determination of employees salary. Then it will be given to the...
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  • Moomoo
    conducted in the waters of Basilan, Sulu, Tawi-Tawi, Maguindanao, Scarborough, Palawan, Batanes, and the Visayas. Other shore positions he held were: Administrative/Personnel Officer of Philippine Fleet Patrol Force; and Procurement Officer/Instructor, Naval Education & Training Command. One...
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  • Eo 292
    Philippines and the Integrated National Police shall be under the supervision and control of the Department, except as may be provided by special laws. CHAPTER 2 DEPARTMENT PROPER Section 19. Office of the Secretary. - The Office of the Secretary shall consist of the Secretary and his immediate staff as...
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  • The Armed Forces of the Philippines in the Politics of Today
    (Huntington, 1957: 88). In the Philippine context, this form of military influence in politics is highly evident on how the Department of National Defense and the AFP has effectively lobbied for an increase in its annual appropriations, troop strength, personnel benefits, etc. Among...
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  • Labor
    official or employee, including officers and personnel of the New Armed Forces of the Philippines or the Integrated National Police, or armed person, shall bring in, introduce or escort in any manner, any individual who seeks to replace strikers in entering or leaving the premises of a strike area...
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