ATTENTION TO ALL NUP APPLICANTS

 

  SCHEDULE OF INTERVIEW OF QUALIFIED NUP APPLICANTS
 NUEVA ECIJA  PPO  March 12, 13, 17, 18 and 20
 BULACAN PPO  March 24 and 25
 AURORA PPO  March 31 and April 1
 ZAMBALES PPO  April 3 
 PAMPANGA PPO  April 21 to 24
 OLONGAPO CPO  April 29
 BATAAN PPO  April 30
 ANGELES CPO  May 5
 TARLAC PPO  May 7 and 8

 

 Please take note of the following:

1.    The above schedule of interview may vary until further notice.

2.    List of qualified applicants for interview will be  posted at this website and notified thru their contact numbers.

3.    Only qualified applicants will  prepare the following for interview:

       a.    5  folders containing photocopies of documents initially submitted at the municipal/city police stations/Headquarters   PPOs.arranged according to the table of contents.

       b.    original documents

       c.    Attire: smart casual ( no wearing of maong pants,  sleeveless dress, mini skirts, rubber shoes)

4.    List of disqualified applicants will be sent thru email at Headquarters PPO/CPO and further notified thru a formal letter.

5.    As of this date, only applicants of NUEVA ECIJA PPO were  evaluated.Qualified and disqualified applicants of other PPOs/CPOs  will be notified later.

6.    Venue for the interview:  PRO3 Multi-purpose Hall , Camp Olivas, City of San Fernando, Pampanga

7.   Please keep logging in to our website for more updates of the NUP recruitment or inquire at:

        a.    NUP Affairs Section, ORPHRDD, PRO3, Camp Olivas, City of San Fernando, Pampanga

               Telephone Number (045) 435-19-81      

        b.   Admin Section of Headquarters Police Provincial Office.

        c.    Admin Section of municipal/city police station where you applied for.

 

>>> DOWNLOAD LIST OF APPLICANTS FOR INTERVIEW FOR BATCH 1-4 , MARCH 12, 13,17,AND 18, 2014 (NUEVA ECIJA)

>>> DOWNLOAD LIST OF APPLICANTS FOR INTERVIEW FOR BATCH 5 , MARCH 20, 2014 (NUEVA ECIJA)

>>> DOWNLOAD SCHEDULE OF INTERVIEW (NUEVA ECIJA )

>>> UPDATED LIST OF APPLICANTS FOR INTERVIEW -  (BULACAN )

>>> UPDATED LIST OF APPLICANTS FOR INTERVIEW -  (ZAMBALES)

>>> LIST OF APPLICANTS FOR INTERVIEW -  (AURORA)

>>> LIST OF QUALIFIED APPLICANTS - (PAMPANGA)

 

 

 

Steps in applying for NUP vacant positions

 

1st - Inquire at any of the following offices for the details of NUP recruitment:

a.    NUP Affairs Section, ORPHRDD, PRO3, Camp Olivas, City of San Fernando, Pampanga

Telephone Number (045) 435-19-81

b.    Admin Section of Headquarters Police Provincial Office

c.    Admin PNCOs of municipal/city police station

 

       or visit our website: www.pro3.pnp.gov.ph for more details.

 

 

2nd -   Complete all the documentary requirements if you are qualified to the vacant position you are applying for.

 

3rd -   Submit two (2) application folders containing duly authenticated documents by the issuing agency/office with the corresponding official receipt of payments to:

Ø Admin PNCOs of the municipal/city police station/Headquarters Police Provincial Office where

     the item you are applying for belongs.

ØTarget date of submission of folders to Admin PNCOs: January 31, 2014

                 Note:  If NBI clearance is not yet released by January 31, 2014, an official receipt or any proof of application for the said clearance will be accepted. However, date of application for the said clearance must not be later than January 24, 2014.

 

 

4th -   Take note of the following schedule:

                         February 14, 2014 - Target date of documentation of Admin PNCOs prior to submission to the Headquarters Police Provincial Office.

(Admin PNCOs - are in charge of the initial documentation of your application folders.)

 

                       February 21, 2014 - Target date of submission to NUPAS, ORPHRDD  

(Admin Officer, Headquarters Police Provincial Office - in charge of consolidation of folders and worksheet of applicants prior submission to NUPAS, ORPHRDD)

 

                To be announced later (TBAL) - Interview of applicants – Interview will be conducted by the PRO3 NUP Screening and Selection Board (NUP SSB) at the Regional Headquarters, Camp Olivas, City of San Fernando, Pampanga.

            Applicants will be notified by Admin PNCOs of municipal/city police stations/Headquarters PPO thru their contact numbers.  

                  Likewise, the schedule of interview will be posted at the following venues:

a.   NUP Affairs Section, ORPHRDD, PRO3, Camp Olivas, City of San Fernando,   Pampanga

b.   Admin Section of Headquarters Police Provincial Office

c.   Admin PNCOs of municipal/city police station

d.   PRO3  website: www.pro3.pnp.gov.ph  

 

           OTHER REQUIREMENTS:

                        Neuro-Psychiatric evaluation, drug test and medical examination of new applicants – (Schedule to be announced    later (TBAL) - Applicants will be notified by Admin PNCOs of municipal/city police stations/Headquarters PPO thru their contact numbers.

 

           The schedule for the said examinations will also be posted at the following venues:

a.    NUP Affairs Section, ORPHRDD, PRO3, Camp Olivas, City of San Fernando,  Pampanga

b.   Admin Section of Headquarters Police Provincial Office

c.   Admin Section of municipal/city police station

d.   PRO3  website: www.pro3.pnp.gov.ph

 

            Note: Considering that there are no allocated funds for the conduct of Neuropsychiatric Examination, Medical Examinations and Drug Test, applicants shall be required to shoulder the necessary fee for the purpose .

 

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PDF FILES:

 

 1. Download Personal Data Sheet (PDS) - 4 pages in  l pdf format l excel format l

 2. Affidavit of undertaking for in-service applicants

 3. Folder nametag

 4. Table of contents for in-service applicants

 5. Table of contents for new applicants

6. PRO3 add'l plantilla positions

7. Salary schedule

 

 

POLICIES IN THE SCREENING AND EVALUATION OF APPLICANTS

 

In the screening and Evaluation of applicants, strict adherence to PNP Memorandum Circular No. 2013-018 dated November 18, 2013, re Merit Selection and Promotion Plan (MSPP) for NUP must be observed.

 

SELECTION (FOR NEW APPLICANTS - ORIGINAL APPOINTMENT)

 

  •  Selection of NUP for appointment in the PNP shall be open to all qualified men and women according to the principle of merit and fitness;
  • There shall be equal employment opportunity for men and women at all levels of position, provided they meet the minimum requirements of the position to be filled-up;
  • Relatives of PNP personnel (uniformed and non-uniformed) up to the third civil degree either by affinity or consanguinity shall be prohibited from applying to vacancies within the office/unit where the PNP personnel is appointed or assigned;
  • The appointment in the PNP of an NUP applicant who comes from another government       department or agency shall be a case of Transfer without break in service involving the issuance of an appointment;
  • The earned Leave Credits of an applicant who was appointed by Transfer shall be monetized at his/her former agency or department prior to his/her transfer of appointment in the PNP;
  • Applicants who resigned, retired or were honourably separated from the PNP uniformed personnel service shall only be considered in the non-uniformed service of the PNP after a period of one (1) year from their resignation, retirement or separation from the PNP uniformed service;
  • An original appointee shall serve a probationary period of six (6) months following his/her original appointment and shall undergo a thorough character investigation. A probationer may be dropped from the service for unsatisfactory conduct or want of capacity any time before the expiration of the probationary period;
  • The Head of Office shall ensure that a notice of termination for unsatisfactory conduct or want of capacity is properly issued to the concerned probationer (NUP) before the expiration of the six (6) months probationary period, otherwise, the appointment automatically becomes permanent.

 

SELECTION (FOR PROMOTION)

 

  • No NUP shall be promoted within six (6) months prior to his/her compulsory retirement; unless as otherwise provided by Law (Sec.7 of RA 6713);
  • Promotion of NUP to a higher position shall, in no case, be more than three (3) salary grades from his/her current position; unless such promotion falls in any of the following:

   1. Appointee is LONE applicant;

   2. Qualified next-in-rank employee WAIVES in writing;

   3. Next-in-rank position is vacant;

   4. Next-in-rank employee is not qualified;

   5. Qualified next-in-rank employee did not apply;

                                                  6.  Protestant’s position is more than three salary grades LOWER than the protested position;

                 7. Applicant occupies a NEXT-IN-RANK position;

   8.  Position is a LONE/ENTRANCE position;

   9. Position belongs to the DEARTH category;

  10. Position is unique/highly specialized; and

  11. Candidates passed through a deep selection process (Educational achievement, highly specialized training, relevant/specialized experience,  consistent high performance ratings)

  • Incumbent NUP shall be given preference in the promotion to existing vacancies than the applicants for original appointment, reemployment or transfer to PNP, unless there is a valid cause to the contrary. The NUP SSB of the concerned office/unit shall determine the positions which can be filled up by promotion;
  • Whenever a position becomes vacant, the NUP who occupies the position next-in-rank shall be considered for promotion whether it is first or second level position; provided he/she meets the minimum requirements set by law and possessed the appropriate civil service eligibility;
  • However, an NUP who is not next-in-rank may still be promoted by the appointing authority if he/she possesses superior qualifications and competence compared to a next-in-rank who merely meets the minimum requirements for the position. The comparative degree of competence and qualification of NUP shall be determined by the extent to which they meet the requirement set forth under paragraph VIII (CRITERIA) hereof at the time of the appointment;
  • In cases where the qualifications of NUP are comparatively at par, preference may be given to the concerned NUP in the Directorate or in the PNP Organizational unit where the vacant position is.
  • Newly promoted NUP may be considered for another promotion only after performing the duties and responsibilities of his/her present position for two (2) rating periods of IPCR, equivalent to two (2) semesters;
  • Only NUP whose performance rating for the last two (2) rating periods (two semesters) of IPCR prior to the evaluation period is “very satisfactory” shall be considered for promotion;
  • An NUP who is on scholarship/study grant, training (either local or foreign) and on official leave of absence (i.e., maternity, prolonged sick leave, bar or board reviews) shall, in all cases, serve the office where he/she is assigned for at least three (3) months upon his/her return to enable heads of offices to determine him/her contribution to the division or office and eventually be able to rate him/her;
  • For purpose of promotion, the performance rating of the subject personnel for the last two (2) rating periods of IPCR prior to the scholarship grant shall be used as basis for promotion. In which case, the performance rating should be at least “Very Satisfactory”.
  • NUP who is on study leave or on secondment shall not be considered for promotion during the period of his/her study leave or secondment and shall only qualify for promotion after six (6) months of his/her return to the PNP.

 

MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS

 

The NUP SSBs shall not consider an applicant who:

1. Does not meet the qualifications for the position;

2. Has been found guilty of crime involving moral turpitude, or of infamous, disgraceful conduct, or addition to narcotics, or dishonesty;

3. Has been dismissed from the service for cause unless an executive clemency has been granted; or

4. Has intentionally made a false statement of any material fact or has practiced or attempted to practice any deception or fraud in connection with his/her appointment.

 

Neuro Psychiatric, Medical Examinations and Drug Test (New Applicants only)

 

  • Upon resolution of the PRO NUP Screening and Selection Board (PNUP SSB) that subject applicants qualified for the initial screening, direct said applicants to undergo Neuro-Psychiatric and Medical Examinations only at the duly accredited government hospitals/diagnostic centers. Only upon validation by the Regional Health Service that said results will be accepted/recognized;
  • Drug test shall only be administered by the PNP Crime Laboratories. All applicants who fail in the drug test shall no longer be allowed to re-apply in any other NUP position;
  • Considering that there are no allocated funds for the conduct of Neuro Psychiatric Examination, Medical Examinations and Drug Test, applicants shall be required to shoulder the necessary fee for the purpose.
  • All applicants who shall fail in the drug test shall no longer be allowed to re-apply in any other NUP position.

 

Character and Background Investigation (CBI) (New Applicants only)

 

  • No applicant (new) shall be allowed to take oath of office unless a certificate of complete character and background investigation (CBI) has been issued by the Regional Intelligence Division (RID) with further clearance from the Director for Intelligence Division (DI) with the end in view of determining character reputation and possible involvement in any questionable or criminal activity.
  • All applicants with derogatory reports shall no longer be allowed to re-apply in any other NUP position.

 

In-service Applicants (Promotion/Change in Item/Plantilla Position)

Affidavit of Undertaking - In case there are in service applicants (NUP) who may apply to the vacant positions they shall be required to execute an Affidavit of Undertaking that in case they will be appointed to the position they are applying to they must report to the office /unit of their appointment and shall not any way solicit intervention for their retention to their current office/unit assignment prior to their appointment to the new positions.

 

CRITERIA

The competence and qualifications of candidates for promotion and original appointment shall be evaluated in accordance with the following criteria:

  • Eligibility – The following eligibilities shall be appropriate for appointment to second level positions in the PNP:

a.1. Career Service (Professional or its equivalent) – shall be considered appropriate for positions where appointment thereto is not yet covered by any board or special law;

a.2. Honor Graduate Eligibility pursuant to Presidential Decree No.907;

a.3. Scientific and Technological Specialist Eligibility granted pursuant to Presidential Decree No. 997;

a.4. Veteran Preference Rating Eligibility (professional) granted pursuant to Executive Order No.132/790;

a.5. Republic Act No. 1080 (second level) – Eligibilities resulting from board examinations which require less than four (4) years of college studies shall be appropriate to first level positions. Those resulting from Bar or Board examinations which required at least four (4) years of college studies shall be appropriate eligibility for appointment to positions in both first and second levels provided that the appointees meet the other requirements of the position, and provided further, that appointment to these positions are not covered by special or board laws; and

a.6. CSC Police Officer I (PO1) eligibilities obtained after July 5, 1998 are considered professional and appropriate for permanent appointment to first and second level positions. However, CSC PO1 eligibilities obtained before July 5, 1998 are considered sub-professional and appropriate for appointment to first level positions.

  

  • Education – refers to the formal academic attainment of an individual required  for an optimum performance of the duties and responsibilities of the position.

Completion of two years studies in college means completion of at least seventy two (72) academic units leading to a degree or completion of a two-year collegiate technical course.

  • Experience – refers to occupational history, i.e. the various tasks and functions undertaken relevant to the requirements in government and private sector of the position to be filled.

c.1. Experience may be gained in the same level of position from either the government or private employment. Experience gained from first level positions shall not be considered relevant to positions in the second level (Ref: CSC MC No. 42, series of 1998);

c.2. Experience acquired on the basis of designation shall not be considered for purposes of meeting the required experience unless said designation is covered by an Office Order or Memorandum Order (Ref: CSC MC No.32, series of 1998).

  • Outstanding Accomplishments – refers to actual accomplishments during the preceding two (2) semesters, which are of such nature as to have effected to a large extent an improvement or innovation in the existing organization, policies systems and procedures irrespective of whether the employee has been publicly recognized or not.
  • Performance – refers to actual task accomplishments expected of an employee in his/her present position or designation. Rating shall be based on the last two (2) performance rating periods of the employee. No employee shall be considered for promotion unless such performance rating is at least “very satisfactory” or its equivalent rating as provided in the Strategic Performance Management System (SPMS).

For appointment by transfer, the performance rating for the last two 92) performance rating periods immediately preceding the transfer from the former office or agency should be at least “very satisfactory”.

  • Physical Characteristics and Personality Traits – refers to the employee’s physical fitness and capacity, attitudes and personality traits which must have a bearing on the position to be filled.
  • Potential – this takes into account the employee’s ability and capability to perform the duties of the position to be filled or of those higher or more responsible positions.
  • Training – refers to the development of a particular skill, knowledge and ability, professional or occupation acquired through formal or informal learning usually measured in terms of number of hours, days or months. These include successful completion of training courses relevant to the duties of the position to be filled and conducted by institutions accredited or recognized by the Civil Service Commission and the Philippine National Police.

h.1. Training practicum/apprenticeship which is a requirement for completion of a certain degree/course shall not be considered relevant for purposes of appointment to specific positions (Ref: CSC MC No. 42, series of 1998).

h.2. The completion of the Supervisory Development Course (SDC) shall be an additional mandatory requirement for appointment and promotion to positions with salary grades 18 and above.

 

QUALIFICATION STANDARDS FOR THE VACANT POSITIONS:

 

Position Title

SG

Qualification Standards

Education

Eligibility

Expe-rience

Training

1. Administrative Assistant III (Computer Operator II)

 

9

Completion of 2 years studies in college or High School Grad with relevant vocational/trade course

CSSP; first level; (MC 11, s. 1996-Cat I)

1 year of relevant

4 hours of relevant

2. Administrative Assistant I (Computer Operator I)

7

Completion of 2 years studies in college or High School Grad with relevant vocational/trade course

CSSP; first level; (MC 11, s. 1996-Cat I)

None Required

None Required

3. Administrative Aide VI (Communication Equipment Operator II)

6

Completion of 2 years studies in college or High School Grad with relevant vocational/trade course

None Required ((MC 11, s. 1996-Cat I)

None Required

None Required

4. Administrative Aide IV (Communication Equipment Operator I)

4

Completion of 2 years studies in college or High School Grad with relevant vocational/trade course

None Required ((MC 11, s. 1996-Cat I)

None Required

None Required

 

PLEASE BE GUIDED BY THE FOLLOWING:

 

a.    Target date of submission of two (2) folders  - 311000H January 2014;

b.    Table of contents re supporting documents to be submitted by NUP applicants and sample folder are available at NUPAS, ORPHRDD;

c.    Color coding of folders:
 

1.    Aurora PPO           - red                   6.  Tarlac PPO            -  brown

2.    Bataan PPO          - orange              7.  Zambales PPO      -  violet

3.    Bulacan PPO        - yellow               8.  Angeles CPO         -  light blue

4.    Nueva Ecija PPO  - white                 9.  Olongapo CPO      -  dark blue

5.    Pampanga PPO    - green

 

d.    Color coding of tabbings for the position applied:

 

1.    Administrative Asst III (Computer Operator II), SG 9    – green index tabs

2.    Administrative Asst I (Computer Operator I), SG 7       – white index tabs

3.    Administrative Aide VI (Commo Eqpmt Optr II), SG 6  – yellow index tabs

4.    Administrative Aide IV (Commo Eqpmt Optr I), SG 4   – blue index tabs

 

e.    Letter of application will be addressed to:

 

                  PCSUPT RAUL DELFIN PETRASANTA

                  Acting Regional Director, PRO3

                                    Camp Olivas, City of San Fernando, Pampanga  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Quick view

History of PRO3

 

What is now known as Camp Olivas dates back  to 1917 when it started serving as police station and relief center, evacuation based and hospital site, as well as cadre and mobilization area, in 1936. Camp Olivas was established as the First Pampanga Cadre Camp utilized by the then Insular Police known as “Philippine Constabulary. The camp is known to have been named in honor of Captain Julian Olivas in 1939 who died in the line of duty on July 12, 1939 when the heroic PC Inspector (equivalent to Provincial Director) was shot from behind by four men identified with the labor group while mediating a labor dispute at the Pampanga Sugar Development Company (PASUDECO). President Manuel L. Quezon immediately awarded him posthumously the Distinguished Contact Star medal. It was until 1957 when it became the seat of peace-keeping regional force in the guise of the First Philippine Constabulary Zone.

 

Early Military Activities of the Camp 1917 — 1936  - as police station and relief center, evacuation base and hospital site, as well as cadre and mobilization area.

1936 — 1940 – Camp Olivas was established in 1936 as the First Pampanga Cadre Camp utilized by then Insular Police known as “Philippine Constabulary”. It was mainly used as the headquarters of the Constabulary Inspector of Pampanga in its Police/Law enforcement activities.

1940 — 1946 – At the outbreak of the Second World War (WWII), the Camp was used as the mobilization center for men folk in Central Luzon. These men bravely fought in Bataan and Corregidor. The Camp was converted into a Red Cross Hospital until fall of Bataan and the Japanese were driven out in the early months of 1945.

1946 — 1957 – Barely two years after our independence, Camp Olivas was made the headquarters of the First Military Area (1MA). Camp Olivas became the center of our Anti-Huk campaign in Central Luzon where the loodiest encounters took place between the government forces and “HUKBALAHAP”  (Hukbong Bayan Laban sa Hapon) under renegade guerilla, Luis Taruc.

On November 15, 1957, the first Military Area transferred its headquarters to Camp Servillano Aquino in San Miguel, Tarlac, Tarlac. Camp Olivas, on the other hand, was officially made the headquarters of the newly established First Philippine Constabulary Zone (1PCZ). From the date of its activation, 1PCZ became the hub of the government’s armed machineries in combating the remnants of the HUKBALAHAP, which adopted the name “HMB” (HUKBONG MAGPALAYA NG BAYAN).

pczone

 

The 1PCZ then has jurisdiction over the provinces of Regions 1, 2 and 3, namely: Abra; La Union; Mt Province; Batanes; Nueva Ecija; Cagayan; Ilocos Norte; Ilocos Sur; Pangasinan; Isabela; Bataan; Bulacan; Nueva Ecija; Pampanga; Tarlac and Zambales. In 1969, the area of responsibility of the 1PCZ further expanded when Congress Legistate the division Mountain Province, namely; Benguet, Kalinga Apayao, Ifugao, and retaining Mt Province. So intricate was the peace and order job of the 1PCZ that in a period of two decades, it saw the assignment of fourteen Zone Commanders from 1957 up to 1978 as follows:

 

COL NICANOR O GARCICOL GARCIA took over in action capacity on June 18, 1973 during the absence of the Zone Commander BG TOMAS DIAZ.

BRIG GEN ROMEO G GATAN was the last Zone Commander of 1PCZ and the first Regional Commander as a result of the activation of the Regional Command 3.

activation

The National Leadership in 1978, in a move to further enhance the effectiveness of the anti-dissident campaign, approved the activation of 13 Regional Commands that corresponded to the 13 political regions, thereby rendering partnership between the local political leaders and the PC/INP more cohesive. Thus in August 1, 1978, 1st Philippine Constabulary Zone (1PCZ) was deactivated and the Regional Command 3 (RECOM 3) was activated with the following provinces under its operational jurisdiction: (1) Aurora, (2) Bataan, (3) Bulacan, (4) Nueva Ecija, (5) Pampanga (Angeles City), (6) Tarlac and (7) Zambales (Olongapo City). Aurora, although belonging to the political jurisdiction of Region 4, was placed under the police and military AOR of RECOM3 which has better access to it.

          From 1978 up to 1991, Regional Commander 3 was lucky to have the following gallant officers as its Regional Commanders’ to wit:

 

          On December 13, 1990, Republic Act Number 6975, otherwise known as the “Department of Interior and Local Government Act of 1990” was signed into law which paved way for the creation of a police force that is national in scope and civilian in character that is now the Philippine National Police. This was created to promote peace and order, ensure public safety and further strengthen local government capability aimed towards the effective delivery of a highly efficient and competent police force. Towards this end, the State shall bolster a system of coordination and cooperation among the citizenry, local executives and the integrated law enforcement and public agencies created under RA 6975.

          Thus, in January 2, 1991, the Philippine Constabulary and Integrated National Police were abolished and saw the birth of the Philippine National Police and subsequently all the Regional Commands were renamed to Police Regional Office (PRO). Since the formative years of the PRO3, it has had the following commanders:

          PDIR ENRIQUE B. GALANG, then The Chief Directional Staff (TCDS) of the Philippine National Police was named Officer-in-Charge of PRO3 from November  17, 2004 until his retirement on December 23, 2004 while PSSUPT AMADO AGULAR PANEDA SR was designated as Officer-In-Charge of PRO3 from December 23-28, 2004 while waiting for the designation of new Regional Director. From the years when it was known as 1PCZ to the time when it became PC/INP RECOM 3 to PNP RECOM 3 and subsequently to PRO3, the Office has shown that it is possessed of the capabilities necessary to maintain itself as the premier regional security force, the peace builder of Central Luzon, and the guardian of the gateway to Metro Manila from the North.

          In retrospect, Camp Olivas, where the Headquarters of the Police Regional Office 3 is located, was born out of the necessities of the time. From 1917 up to 1936, Camp Olivas then was used as police station and the base of relief and evacuation center hospital site, as well as cadre and mobilization area. It was the seat of the first Pampanga Cadre Camp law enforcement activities from 1936 to 1940. During the outbreak of the Second World War (WWII), the Camp was used as the mobilization center for men-folks in Central Luzon who bravely fought in Bataan and Corregidor.

          The Camp was converted into a Red Cross Hospital until the fall of Bataan. The Japanese occupied the Camp until they were driven out in the early month of 1945. After the war, Camp Olivas was made the headquarters of the First Military Area in 1947 and became the center of the anti-Huk campaign in Central Luzon where bloodiest encounters took placed between the government forces and the HUKBALAHAP of Hukbong Bayan Laban sa Hapon, which was later became HMB of Hukbong Mapagpalaya ng  Bayan after the war.

          During its time as 1PC Zone, Camp Olivas became the focal point of the fight against the lawlessness in Northern and Central Luzon. Camp Olivas was boasts of several task forces created to carry out increasing responsibilities in the maintenance of peace and order and other law enforcement undertakings, to wit:

 

 

 

 TASK FORCE TAMARAW                                             

 Activated in 1959 to fight against insurgency.

   
 TASK FORCE FALCON 
 Activated in 1966 exclusively for Anti-dissident campaign in Angeles  City.
   
 TASK FORCE LAWIN Activated in 1968 for Anti-insurgency campaign in the provinces of Central Luzon to include Cagayan Valley and Quirino Province.
   
TASK FORCE AGUILA
Activated in 1969 with the mission of maintaining peaceful, honest and clean elections in Ilocos Sur.

 

 
TASK FORCE KALTASK KALI Activated in 1970 for Anti-insurgency campaign in Cagayan, Ifugao Kalinga, Apayao, Isabela and Nueva Ecija.


                From its fight against lawlessness in the thirties, the HUKBALAHAP in the late forties, HMB in the fifties and the CPP/NPA in the sixties and early seventies, 1st PC Zone really has a distinguished history in its fight against insurgency and communism. The several coup d’état in the late eighties wherein during the December 1989 coup d’état, Regional Command 3 (RECOM3) was the first to send troops to support and defend the constitution and the government of then President Corazon Aquino which paved way for GENERAL CESAR P NAZARENO, who was then the Regional Commander of RECOM3, to be named by President Aquino as the Chief of the Philippine Constabulary/Integrated National Police (PC/INP) after the retirement of GENERAL RAMON E MONTAÑO in April 1, 1990 and subsequently the first Chief of the Philippine National Police (PNP) in 1991.

 

 

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PNP Awards and Incentives

PNP Awards and Incentives

AUTHORITY AND REFERENCES

a. Section 69 of Republic Act 6975 (DILG Act of 1990);

b. NAPOLCOM MC No. 2010-004 dated Oct 27, 2010

c. NAPOLCOM MC No. 2006-003 dated November 30, 2006; and

d. PNP Circular No. 2006-014 dated July 10, 2006

 

OPERATIONAL AWARDS

MEDALYA NG KAGITINGAN (PNP Medal of Valor)

Approving Authority: PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES


REQUIREMENTS

1. For action of the recipient involving conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the   risk of life and limb above and beyond the call of duty. In order to justify this award, a member of the PNP must perform in action a deed of personal bravery and self sacrifice above and beyond the call of duty so conspicuous as to distinguish himself clearly above his comrades in the performance of more than ordinary hazardous service.

2. In case of actual combat with armed enemies, this award may be given only if the enemy force is so overwhelming as compared to the government troops.

MEDALYA NG KABAYANIHAN  (PNP Distinguished Conduct Medal)

Approving Authority: SECRETARY, DILG


1. For acts of conspicuous courage and gallantry in the face of an armed enemy in a combat situation wherein the enemy force is greater than the government troops. To qualify for the award, the enemy force is superior than the government troops by at least twenty one (21) combatants.

2. Act or acts of heroism so notable and involving risk of life so extraordinary as to set him apart from his comrades.

3. Operational accomplishment not warranting the Medalya ng Kagitingan.

 

MEDALYA NG KATAPANGAN (PNP Bravery Medal)

Approving Authority: Chief, PNP


1.  For gallantry in action not warranting the Medalya ng Kagitingan or Medalya ng Kabayanihan. To qualify for the award, the enemy force must be superior than the police personnel; or

2. The enemy must be superior that the government troops during the actual combat by at least eight (8) but not more than twenty (20) combatants.

 

MEDALYA NG KADAKILAAN (PNP Heroism Medal)

Approving Authorities: C, PNP/ RDs PROs/ D, NSUs


1. For heroism not involving conflict with an armed enemy.

2. Acts of heroism not warranting the Medalya ng Katapangan.

 

MEDALYA NG KATANGITANGING ASAL (PNP Outstanding Conduct Medal)

Approving Authorities: C, PNP/ RDs PROs/ D, NSUs


1. For heroic acts by the individual while in action involving actual conflict with an enemy in a crime situation wherein the enemy force is greater than the government forces by one (1) to seven (7) combatants.

2. Life saving situation, distinguishing himself conspicuously by gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of life above and beyond the call of duty.

MEDALYA NG KAGALINGAN (PNP Merit Medal)

Approving Authorities: C, PNP/ RDs PROs/ D, NSUs


1. For heroic achievements not warranting the award of Medalya ng Kadakilaan.

2. For single act of heroism or series of heroic acts in a duty responsibility:
a) Neutralization of criminal elements
b) Arrest of Most Wanted Person
c) Recovery of firearms/ illegal drugs

 

MEDALYA NG PAPURI (PNP Commendation Medal)

Approving Authorities:C, PNP/ RDs PROs/ D, NSUs


1. For participation in a successful police operation in a supporting capacity

2.  For other operational accomplishments not warranting the Medalya ng Kagalingan”

MEDALYA NG SUGATANG MAGITING (PNP Wounded Personnel Medal)

Approving Authorities:C, PNP/ RDs PROs/ D, NSUs


For having been wounded in action against an enemy as a direct result of an act of the enemy provided such wounds necessitate treatment by a medical officer. For this purpose, a “Wound” is defined as an injury to any part of the body from an outside force, element or agent sustained as a result of a hostile act of the enemy.

 

ADMINISTRATIVE AWARDS

MEDALYA NG KATAPATAN SA PAGLILINGKOD  (PNP Distinguished Service Medal)

Approving Authority: SECRETARY, DILG


1. An exceptional performance of major responsibility duly recognized as such by the service.

2. An officer holding the position of TDCA, TDCO, TCDS, D-Staff, RD, PRO and D, NSU for at least 1 year and is retiring from the service or due for relief but slated for an equivalent or higher position.

MEDALYA NG KATANGITANGING GAWA (PNP Outstanding Achievement Medal)

Approving Authority: Chief, PNP


1. For distinguished or extraordinary achievement or service in the advancement of science, socio-economic, technical and/or police related to public service of the highest order.

2. For excelling in the field of sport, schooling and other competitions held abroad besting participants from other country by occupying the topmost slot or position.

3. For excelling in the performance of the highest position in any international body or organization.

MEDALYA NG PAMBIHIRANG PAGLILINGKOD (PNP Special Service Medal)

Approving Authority: Chief, PNP


1. For eminently meritorious and invaluable service in the field of police operations while in position of major responsibility.  The performance of duty must be such as to merit recognition by the service as exceptional.

2. An officer holding the position of TDCA, TDCO, TCDS, D-Staff, RD, PRO and D, NSU for at least 6 months and is retiring from the service or due for relief but slated for an equivalent or higher position.

3. The position of Deputy D-Staff, D-PRO and D-NSU, Ex-O D-Staff, PD and CD for at least 1 year in position.

 

MEDALYA NG KASANAYAN (PNP Efficiency Medal)

Approving Authorities: C, PNP/ RDs PROs/ D, NSUs

1. For eminently meritorious and invaluable service to merit recognition by the service as exceptional.

2. An officer holding the position of TDCA, TDCO,TCDS, D-Staff, RD, PRO and D, NSU for less than 6 months and is retiring from the service or due for relief but slated for an equivalent or higher position.

3. The position of Deputy D-Staff, PRO and NSU, Ex-O D-Staff, PD and CD for at least 6 months.

4. Other administrative accomplishments:

a) Completion of major project/study;

b) Formulation of major policy, drafting of LOI, etc;

c) Conceptualization of a major innovation in the field of PNP Operation and administration;

d) Solution of major/ sensational crime

e) Garnering first place in the graduation merit roll of any PNP career course;

f)  Selected as outstanding police officer in Directorate/ PRO/NSU level;

g) Garnering 1st place by himself or as member of the team in any major sport, literary and other competition;

h) Members of any PNP Technical Working Group, Committee and Board;

i)  Given to key personnel of the PRO/NSU/Directorate on the relief of RD/Dir provided the said Commander has served for at least 6 months on the position

 

 

MEDALYA NG PAPURI (PNP Commendation Medal)

Approving Authorities: C, PNP/ RDs PROs/ D, NSUs


1. For demonstrating exemplary efficiency, devotion  and loyalty to their duty assignments .

2. Participation in any operation or administrative undertaking in supporting capacity.

3. Other minor administrative  accomplishments

4. Garnering 2nd or 3rd place in graduation merit of any PNP career course.

5. Given to other personnel of the RD/NSU/PRO on the relief of RD/Director.

6. Commendation from and covered by a resolution of the Senate, House of Representative, SB/SP and any foreign legislative body.

 

C. MISCELLANEOUS AWARDS

MEDALYA NG UGNAYANG PAMPULISYA (PNP Relations Medal)

Approving Authorities: C, PNP/ RDs PROs/ D, NSUs


For meritorious achievement in the field of police relations

 

 

MEDALYA NG MABUTING ASAL (PNP Good Conduct Medal)

Approving Authorities: C, PNP/ RDs PROs/ D, NSUs


For conspicuous devotion to duty extended to a period of five (5) years without record of punishment, conviction or derogatory information whatsoever.

 

 

MEDALYA NG PAGLILINGKOD (PNP Service Medal)

Approving Authorities: C, PNP/ RDs PROs/ D, NSUs


For completion of at least 20 years and more of faithful and honorable service

 

 

MEDALYA SA PAGLABAN SA MANLILIGALIG (Anti-Dissidence Medal)

Approving Authorities: C, PNP/ RDs PROs/ D, NSUs


For active service for any period of six (6) months while undertaking an operation, campaign or movement, against the dissidents between 1 January 1991 and a terminal date to be designated later.

 

 

MEDALYA NG PAGTULONG SA NASALANTA (PNP Disaster Relief and Rehabilitation Medal)

Approving Authorities: C, PNP/ RDs PROs/ D, NSUs


For active participation in an undertaking involving rescue/relief and rehabilitation operations connected with typhoons, floods, earthquakes, conflagrations and other disaster/calamities for any period during and after disasters/calamities

 

 

TSAPA NG NATATANGING UNIT  (PNP Unit Citation Badge)

Approving Authorities: C, PNP/ RDs PROs/ D, NSUs


For acts and services or exceptional devotion and fidelity

 

 

MEDALYA NG PAGLILINGKOD SA LUZON (Luzon Campaign Medal)

Approving Authorities: C, PNP/ RDs PROs/ D, NSUs


For participation in the campaign against criminality or insurgency in Luzon for at least six (6) months.

 

 

MEDALYA NG PAGLILINGKOD SA VISAYAS (Visayas Campaign Medal)

Approving Authorities: C, PNP/ RDs PROs/ D, NSUs


For participation in the campaign against criminality or insurgency in Visayas, for at least six (6) months.

 

 

MEDALYA NG PAGLILINGKOD SA MINDANAO (Mindanao Campaign Medal)

Approving Authorities: C, PNP/ RDs PROs/ D, NSUs


For participation in the campaign against criminality or insurgency in Mindanao for at least six (6) months.

 

 

MGA TSAPA NG KUWALIPIKASYON (PNP Qualification Badges)

Approving Authorities: C, PNP/ RDs PROs/ D, NSUs


For ability and efficiency in specialized fields such as water surface operations, underwater operations, airborne operations, navigation, marksmanship, surveillance, electronics & technical expertise special weapons, ordnance, explosives, chemical weapons, heavy weapons, unconventional operations and other which are in line with routine police operations, such as patrol, traffic, investigation, vice control, juvenile delinquency control, as well as administrative and auxiliary functions

 

PNP Medals Conversion to Leave

 

NAPOLCOM MC No. 2010-004 dated Oct 27, 2010

 

A maximum limit of fifteen (15) days leave credits shall be allowed every calendar year.

 

Leave credits earned from the conferment of medals must be enjoyed by the concerned PNP personnel from the date of conferment onwards but not later than the last day of the next calendar year.

 

 

MEDALS

Leave Service Credit

Medalya ng Kadakilaan (PNP Heroism Medal)

5 days

Medalya ng Kagalingan (PNP Medal of Merit)

5 days

Medalya ng Sugatang Magiting (PNP Wounded Personnel Medal)

5 days

Medalya ng Katapatan sa Paglilingkod (PNP Distinguished Service Medal)

5 days

Medalya ng Katangitanging Gawa (PNP Outstanding Achievement Award)

5 days

Medalya ng Pambihirang Paglilingkod (PNP Special Service Medal)

4 days

Medalya ng Kasanayan (PNP Efficiency Medal)

4 days

Medalya ng Papuri (PNP Commendation Medal)

3 days

Medalya ng Paglaban sa Manliligalig (Anti-Dissidence Medal)

3 days

Medalya ng Pagtulong sa Nasalanta (PNP Disaster Relief and Rehabilitation Medal)

3 days

Medalya ng Paglilingkod sa Luzon (Luzon Campaign Medal)

3 days

Medalya ng Paglilingkod sa Visayas (Visayas Campaign Medal)

3 days

Medalya ng Paglilingkod sa Mindanao (Mindanao Campaign Medal)

3 days

Medalya ng Ugnayang Pampulisya (Police Relations Medal)

5 days

Medalya ng Mabuting Asal (PNP Good Conduct Medal)

4 days

Medalya ng Paglilingkod (PNP Service Medal)

3 days

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