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6 MASTER PLANS
1. LOI 39/2001 "SANDIGAN MASTER PLAN" (Anti-Criminality Master Plan) dated 03 December 2001
This Plan shall serve as the Master Plan in which all plans and programs of the PNP shall conform with and supplement.
It shall prescribe the grand strategy to be undertaken by PNP Offices and personnel on crime prevention, control and suppression, in the total fight against all forces of criminality.
2. LOI 40/2001 "SANDUGO MASTER PLAN" (The PNP ISO Master Plan) dated 04 December 2001
This serves as the long-range and holistic master plan of the PNP in waging an internal security support operations nationwide. Premised on the estimate of the national situation and other considerations, it prescribes the counter-insurgency support strategy, operational concept, scheme of implementation, service support and coordinating instructions in order to accomplish the PNP's internal security support mission.
3. LOI 42/2001 "SANGYAMAN MASTER PLAN" dated 06 December 2001 (Pnp's Master Plan To Help Protect And Preserve Our Environment, Cultural Properties And Natural Resources)
This master plan prescribes the guidelines to be followed by tasked PNP Units/Offices in assisting lead government agencies in the enforcement of laws over Philippine territorial waters, lakes, rivers, mountain ranges, forest, to include laws and ordinances that have been set forth to preserve, protect and enhance our environment and natural resources, in close coordination with the Department of the Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) and other tasked government agencies.
4. LOI 43/2001 "SANG-BANAT MASTER PLAN" (Pnp's Master Plan For The Campaign against Illegal Drugs) dated 07 December 2001
This master plan sets forth the concept of operations, operational guidelines and tasks of all PNP units/offices in the total fight against illegal drugs: integrating/orchestrating the activities of all concerned National Government Agencies (NGAs) in the conduct of anti-illegal drug campaign at the national down to barangay levels.
5. LOI 44/2001 "SANG-INGAT MASTER PLAN" (Master Plan On Security Preparations) dated 10 December 2001
This Master Plan sets forth the strategic concepts and operational guidelines, as well as contingency plan to ensure the maintenance of peace and order during the year-round observance of holidays, which involves great concern on movement of the citizens, international, national and local meeting/conferences/events, and rallies/mass action in protest to wide range of issues.
6. LOI 45/2001 "SAKLOLO MASTER PLAN" (MASTER PLAN ON DISASTER PREPAREDNESS) dated 12 December 2001
This Master Plan sets forth the strategic concepts, operational guidelines and coordinating instructions to be undertaken by PROs and tasked units/offices on disaster management. With this Letter of Instructions, the action that will be undertaken by the concerned PNP units/offices will be as responsive and possible with the support of the government agencies and community.
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PNP admits logistics problems Seeks LGU backing for transformation program By Abigail Kwok INQUIRER.net First Posted 19:35:00 03/11/2009 Filed Under: Police, Local authorities… MANILA, Philippines -- The Philippine National Police (PNP) on Wednesday admitted facing logistical problems and called on local government units (LGUs) to support the agency?s integrated transformation program. In his presentation during a multi-sectoral forum with stakeholders at Camp Crame, Chief Superintendent Lani-o Nerez, deputy chief for logistics, said one of the problems is the ?deteriorating and dismal? state of police stations nationwide. Of the 1,741 police stations across the country, only 691, or 40 percent, are owned by the PNP while the remaining 1,050, or 60 percent, are in LGU-owned buildings and lots. Nerez said the agency wants all police stations to be PNP-owned, but he also pointed out that before this, they must fix or improve deteriorating police stations, which ?make [policemen] vulnerable to the enemies.? To respond to this problem, the PNP has launched the ?Adopt a Police Station Project? in Region 7 and the ?Model Police Station Project,? which has been funded by local government officials, and has benefited, among others, Cebu City police stations 3, 4, and 6. Nerez also reported that the PNP is short 66,886 long firearms, including 48,456 M16 rifles, for its 125,000 personnel. ?Ideally, each policeman should have one issued short firearm. [But] due to inadequate funds to procure firearms, the PNP prioritized issuance of firearms to PNP units and personnel in high risk areas,? Nerez said. He revealed that the yearly procurement of firearms was not enough to fill the shortage in 10 years. In 2008, the PNP procured only 1,000 9-millimeter Berretta pistols, compared to almost 7,000 guns purchased in 2007. Nerez said policemen in areas where the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) is not present need rifles and other long firearms. Although some local government units have donated firearms to policemen in the past, this has not been enough. Aside from this, the PNP also lacks 12,714 vehicles, Nerez said. The police is also 74 percent short of the 109 watercraft it is required to have, and 80 percent short of its required aircraft.
Now,the newly appointed chairman of the national police commission is Manuel Roxas!
The Philippine National Police force began its operations on the 23rd of June 1898. This was after the Internal Order and the Department of Police was established by the c…onstitution.
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It depends on the reason why you resigned. If you think that you was forced to resign for a reason, then reinstatement is possible. Making someone to resign has many reasons, …that before resigning there should be counseling, thus resignation paper should also be signed under oath to make it indeed official. Well, let your lawyer work it out if you believe that you are a victim of involuntary resignation, is it someone in the chain of command force you or is it a personal problem force you to resign?
what i can contribute in the Philippine national police is that i can be of help in the medical department can assist in conducting medical services like emergencies if ever t…heir is one. and also in terms of responding in an emergency as i do my work as a policeman i can also give emergency measures before medical team arrives or before transferring them to a hospital for farther evaluation.
The Philippine National Police is the official Organization through the Department of Interior and Local Government that bears the mission of enfrocing law, prevent and contr…ol crimes, maintain peace and order, and ensure public safety and internal security with the active support of the community.
to protect and serve the community within the bounds of laws and jurisdictions
The Philippines' national police earn approx. 16,300 pesos in Philippine money.
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The present Chief of the Philippine National Police is Police Director General Nicanor A. Bartolome.
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They fill several manuals, and are too detailed to be discussed here. A more specific question regarding Phillipine laws would probably receive a more specific answer.
The current chief of the Philippine National Police or PNP is Police Director General Nicanor A. Bartolome.