What does PNP badge symbolizes?

The PNP Badge now pinned on your left breast is the symbol of that legal authority. You have been entrusted with the badge as a symbol of your worthiness as a police officer to serve and protect the people from whom you derived the power and authority to enforce the laws of the land without fear or favor.

What is the PNP badge of honor?

The PNP Badge of Honor was created to instill in the heart of all uniformed personnel the honor and pride that comes with the wearing of the police badge and to remind them of their primary duties that is to serve and protect the people with zealousness and to uphold the law at all times.

What we can see at the top of the PNP badge?

Emblems on the badge Once again, you can see Lapu-Lapu, the shield, the three stars, the laurel leaves, and the eight sunrays.

What is the motto of the PNP as indicated in their badge?

Philippine National Police

Philippine National Police Pambansang Pulisya ng Pilipinas
Insignia and uniform patch
Abbreviation PNP
Motto To Serve and Protect. Service, Honor, Justice.

Is PNP an organization?

Originating from a merging of the Philippine Constabulary and the Integrated National Police, the Philippine National Police (PNP) is the civilian national police force of the Philippines. The following is a brief history of the PNP and the organizational structure that it holds today.

What is the motto of PNP?

To Serve and Protect
We believe that mainstreaming human rights-based approaches in law enforcement is the very embodiment of the PNP Motto, “To Serve and Protect”. More than just being enforcers of the law, we in the PNP are duty-bound to respect, protect, and fulfill the rights of citizens.

Who is the current PNP chief?

Guillermo Eleazar
Chief of the Philippine National Police

Chief of the Philippine National Police Hepe ng Pambansang Pulisya ng Pilipinas
Flag of the PNP Chief
Incumbent PGen. Guillermo Eleazar since May 8, 2021
Philippine National Police
Member of National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM)

What is the structure of PNP?

The PNP Organizational Structure is composed of the national offices, regicnal offices, provincial offices, district offices in case of large provinces and city and municipal stations. .

How do I become a PNP officer?

Those who wish to join the PNP should meet the following requirements:

  1. A citizen of the Philippines.
  2. A person of good moral character;
  3. Must have passed the psychiatric/psychological, drug and physical tests to be administered by the PNP.
  4. Must possess a formal baccalaureate degree from a recognized learning institution.

What is the rank of the chief PNP?

Director General
The PNP shall be headed by a Chief, with the rank of Director General, who shall be assisted by two (2) Deputy Chiefs: one (1) for Administration, who is the second in command with the rank of Deputy Director General, and one (1) for Operations, who is third in command with the rank of Deputy Director General.

Who is the second in command in PNP?

deputy director general
The second a command of the PNP with the rank of deputy director general shall be the Deputy Chief of the PNP for Administration. The third in command with the rank also of deputy director general shall be the Deputy Chief of the PNP for Operations.

What are the PNP ranks?

1991–2019 PNP classification

Rank Equivalent rank (2019)
Police Senior Inspector (PS/INSP) Police Captain (P/CAPT)
Police Inspector (PINSP) Police Lieutenant (P/LT)
Senior Police Officer IV (SPO4) Police Executive Master Sergeant (PEMS)
Senior Police Officer III (SPO3) Police Chief Master Sergeant (PCMS)