PROGRAMS AND SERVICES OF THE

ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION

 

      A. APPLICATION FOR HEIGHT WAIVER

Requirements:

  • Certificate of Confirmation (COC) – 3 copies (1 original and 2 photocopies)
  • 2×2 ID picture with white background and nametag- 3 pieces
  • Birth Certificate of the Applicant
  • Birth Certificate of Parents with Tribe
  • Genealogy
  • Application Form (to be provided by the office)

 

Application Form

  • (In PDF form to be sent in separate file)

 

Deliberation            

A monthly deliberation of applicants is scheduled depending upon the availability of the board members. The applicants will be informed of the set schedule via text message.

 

Issuance

The height waiver will be sent via courier in the respective home addresses of the applicants as indicated in their application form. No need for personal pick-up to consider applicants coming from distant places.

 

      B. AUTHENTICATION/CERTIFICATION OF POLICE ELIGIBILITY DOCUMENTS

Step-by-step Processing

  1. Receiving of Request
  • For Walk-in Client: Receive the photocopied Certificate of Eligibility/Certification of Eligibility from the requesting party or authorized representatives.

 

  1. Verification of the entries in the Reports of Rating/Certification to be authenticated
  • Verify the entries in the Reports of Rating/Certification of Eligibility presented through the Certified List of Eligibles.

 

  1. Receiving of Payment
  • Receive payment of applicable fees and issue Official Receipt

 

  1. Authentication of photocopy/ies of Certificate of Eligibility or issued Certification of Eligibility
  • Check the Official Receipt and stamp “Authenticated” the photocopy/ies of Reports of Rating/Certificates of Eligibility and sign the documents certifying that the photocopies are found in order.
  • Ensure accuracy of the authentication.

 

  1. Releasing of the Authenticated photocopy/ies of Certificate of Eligibility or issued Certification of Eligibility
  • For Walk-in Client: Release the Authenticated photocopy/ies of Eligibility to the requesting party or authorized representative.
  • For request thru Courier: Release to Records Section for mailing. Refer to Management of Documented Information Procedure. Record the release of Authenticated photocopy/ies of Certificate of Eligibility or issued Certification of Eligibility.
  1. Filling out of NAPOLCOM Client Slip/Feedback Form and Recording of Time Out
  • Issue to and retrieve from the requesting party or authorized representative the Client Satisfaction and Feedback Form.
  • Record the Client’s time out in the Visitor’s Logbook.

 

  1. Filing of Records
  • Retain Documented Information generated from the process implementation in accordance with Control of Retained Document Procedures and Master List of Records.

 

         C. FILING AND PROCESSING OF PNP ENTRANCE AND PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATION

 

PNP ENTRANCE EXAMINATION

The PNP Entrance Examination is open to all Filipino citizens who meet the age and educational requirements as provided herein, as well as to PATROLMAN/PATROLWOMAN whose appointment is temporary for lack of appropriate eligibility. Those who pass this examination are conferred by the National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM) the PNP Entrance eligibility which is appropriate for appointment to the rank of Patrolman/Patrolwoman, as prescribed under Sec. 30 of Republic Act No. 6975, as amended by Republic Act No. 8551.

 

Test Centers

Region Exam Center Region Exam Center
1 San Fernando City, La Union 9 Pagadian City; Zamboanga City
2 Tuguegarao  City 10 Cagayan De Oro  City
3 City of San Fernando, Pampanga 11 Davao City
4A Cabuyao City, Laguna 12 Koronadal City
4B Calapan City , Oriental Mindoro CAR Baguio City
5 Guinobatan, Albay CARAGA Butuan City
6 Iloilo City, Iloilo ARMM Cotabato City
7 Cebu City, Cebu NCR Makati City
8 Tacloban City; Calbayog City

 

Step-by-Step Processing in the Regional Office 1

  1. Online Application
  • The NAPOLCOM utilizes the On-Line Examination Application Scheduling System (OLEASS) for the scheduling of the filling and processing of applications for the PNP Entrance and Promotional Examinations. The first letter of an applicant’s family name shall be adopted in the scheduling of applicants for the PNP Entrance Examination.

 

Note: The OLEASS shall allow the PNPE examination applicant the option to choose the examination center where he/she wishes to take said examination, regardless of place of residence.

 

  1. Registration
  • Checking of valid Identification Card and requirements

 

  1. 3rd Floor
  • Fill out Index Card
  • Processing

 

  1. 1st Floor Administrative Building
  • Encoding and Picture Taking

 

  1. Cashier
  • Payment

PNP Entrance                      P400.00

Police Officer                        P400.00

Senior Police Officer           P450.00

Police Inspector                    P500.00

Superintendent                    P600.00

 

  1. Secretary of the Regional Director
  • Releasing of Notice of Admission

 

Requirements for PNPE Filling and Processing

(1) Printed Confirmation Letter with corresponding reference number confirming the scheduled appointment (Only applicants with a confirmed scheduled appointment with reference number shall be entertained);

(2) Printout of Filled-out Application Form (PAS-QFM-QOP15-01) and Index Card, duly accomplished by the applicant  and two (2) recent and identical and colour 1×1 ID pictures with white background and complete name tag (indicated rank before the first , middle  and last name, if PNP member);

(3) One (1) legal size window envelope with twenty pesos (PhP 20.00) worth of mailing stamp;

(4) Transcript of Scholastic Record with Special Order issued by CHED and Diploma from CHED-accredited schools, state universities and colleges; and

(5) Birth Certificate in security paper issued by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) or certified true copy of the Birth Certificate issued by the Local Civil Registrar and duly authenticated by the PSA.

(6) For a Patrolman/Patrolwoman with temporary appointment, a certified true copy of Attested Appointment, Plantilla Appointment or Special Order is also required for submission.

 

An examinee who fails in an examination, or after being admitted to take said examination, fails to take it for one reason or another, need not resubmit the requirements in the event he/she applies to take the same examination in the same examination center. In such cases, the applicant will only have to:

a.    Submit the Admission Slip of the last examination applied for;

b.    Fill out a new application form and index card with ID pictures; and,

c.    Pay the examination fee.

 

 

How to Get a Scheduled Appointment

  1. Applicants must log on the NAPOLOM official website napolcom.gov.ph and click on the ONLINE EXAMINATION APPLICATION SCHEDULING SYSTEM. You can also directly log on to www.napolcom-oleass.com and fill out the mandatory fields.

 

  1. Click the SUBMIT after filling out the mandatory fields. A CONFIRMATION will appear if registration was successful. If not, the process should be repeated.
  2. Click the PRINT CONFIRMATION LETTER button flashed on the screen to print his/her confirmation letter.

 

  1. Application with confirmed schedule shall be sent an auto-generated email wherein they shall be required to access the on-link to enter the required information in the application form. The filled out application form shall be presented by the Applicant to the Regional Office during his/her scheduled appointment date together with the confirmation schedule.

 

Minimum Qualification Standards

APPLICANT CLASSIFICATION AGE EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Civilian Not more than 30 years old Bachelor’s Degree
Patrolman/Patrolwoman None Bachelor’s Degree

Where to Get Application Forms and Index Cards

Application Form (PAS-QFM-QOP15-01) and Index Cards can be obtained for FREE at any NAPOLCOM Regional Offices nationwide, or may be downloaded from the NAPOLCOM website at www.napolcom.gov.ph These may also be REPRODUCED using the original size of the Application Form and Index Card.

 

How to File an Application

An application should file his/her application form in PERSON at any of the seventeen (17) NAPOLCOM Regional Offices and for male applicants, should be in proper haircut and well-shaved face. Applications received thru postal mail or courier service will not be processed.

 

What to Bring During the Examination

  • Notice of Admission (Issued on the day he/she files his/her application for the examination)
  • Pencil No. 2
  • Two (2) Government issued IDs with signature

Note: Bringing of the following items inside the testing center is STRICTLY PROHIBITED:

-Firearms, explosive or any deadly weapon

-Cellular phone, any two-way radio or electronic gadget

-Calculator

-Review Material

Violation of this rule shall result to automatic disqualification of an examinee from taking the examination and nullification of his/her examination result.

 

What to Wear During the Examination

  • Wear PLAIN WHITE T SHIRT or WHITE POLO SHIRT, DARK PANTS AND SHOES. Examinees not in the prescribed attire will not be allowed to enter the examination area.

 

Examination Coverage

  1. General Information
  • Philippine Constitution and History
  • PNP Law and History
  • Criminal Justice System
  • Current Events
  • Social Awareness and Value Judgment

 

  1. Verbal Reasoning
  • Vocabulary
  • Comprehension
  • Grammar

 

  1. Quantitative Reasoning
  • Basic Concepts
  • Problem-Solving Skills

 

  1. Logical Reasoning
  • Verbal
  • Non-Verbal

 

Notification of Results

The Nationwide List of Successful Examinees will be posted at the NAPOLCOM One-Stop-Shop (NOSS), 7th floor, DILG-NAPOLCOM Center, NAPOLCOM Building, Edsa Corner Quezon Avenue, West Triangle, Quezon City 1104 and the NAPOLCOM website. Similarly, a Regional List will be posted in all NAPOLCOM Regional Offices.

For inquiries, examinees may log on to the NAPOLCOM website at www.napolcom.gov.ph

 

Examination Results– Report of Rating (failed examinees) and Certificate of Eligibility (successful examinees) will be mailed to the examinee’s mailing address.

 

PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATION

The Promotional Examinations are open exclusively to all qualified uniformed members of the PNP who meet the minimum qualification standards for examination in terms of rank and eligibility as provided herein. Those who pass the promotional examinations shall be conferred eligibilities appropriate for promotion to the ranks corresponding to the examination’s Eligibility Rank Coverage (ERC).

The eligibilities acquired through the Promotional Examinations are those required for promotion of PNP Uniformed personnel, as prescribed under Sec.30 of Republic Act No.6975, as amended by Republic Act No. 8551.

 

Test Centers

Region Exam Center Region Exam Center
1 San Fernando City, La Union 9 Pagadian City; Zamboanga City
2 Tuguegarao  City 10 Cagayan De Oro  City
3 City of San Fernando, Pampanga 11 Davao City
4A Cabuyao City, Laguna 12 Koronadal City
4B Calapan City , Oriental Mindoro CAR Baguio City
5 Guinobatan, Albay CARAGA Butuan City
6 Iloilo City, Iloilo ARMM Cotabato City
7 Cebu City, Cebu NCR Makati City
8 Tacloban City; Calbayog City

 

Step-by-Step Processing in the Regional Office 1

  1. Online Application
  • The NAPOLCOM utilizes the On-Line Examination Application Scheduling System (OLEASS) for the scheduling of the filling and processing of applications for the PNP Entrance and Promotional Examinations. The first letter of an applicant’s family name shall be adopted in the scheduling of applicants for the PNP Entrance Examination.

Note: The OLEASS shall allow the PNPE examination applicant the option to choose the examination center where he/she wishes to take said examination, regardless of place of residence.

 

  1. Registration
  • Checking of valid Identification Card and requirements

 

  1. 3rd Floor
  • Fill out Index Card
  • Processing

 

  1. 1st Floor Administrative Building
  • Encoding and Picture Taking

 

  1. Cashier
  • Payment

PNP Entrance                      P400.00

Police Officer                        P400.00

Senior Police Officer           P450.00

Police Inspector                    P500.00

Superintendent                    P600.00

 

  1. Secretary of the Regional Director
  • Releasing of Notice of Admission

 

Requirements for Promotional Filling and Processing

(1) Printed Confirmation Letter with corresponding reference number confirming the scheduled appointment (Only applicants with a confirmed scheduled appointment with reference number shall be entertained);

(2) Printout of Filled-out Application Form  (PAS-QFM-QOP15-02) and Index Card, duly accomplished by the applicant  and two (2) recent and identical and colour 1×1 ID pictures with white background and complete name tag (indicated rank before the first , middle  and last name);

(3) NAPOLCOM Examination Fee:

Police Officer 4th Class Exam – 400.00

Police Officer 3rd Class Exam- 450.00

Police Officer 2nd Class Exam- 500.00

Police Officer 1st Class Exam- 600.00

(4) One (1) legal size window envelope with twenty pesos (PhP 20.00) worth of mailing stamp;

(5) Certified true copy of Attested Appointment, Plantilla Appointment or PNP Absorption Order

(6) Certificate of Eligibility or Report of Rating/Certification issued by the NAPOLCOM Central Office, CSC Certificate of Eligibility and/or PRC Board Certificate.

 

An examinee who fails in an examination, or after being admitted to take said examination, fails to take it for one reason or another, need not resubmit the requirements in the event he/she applies to take the same examination in the same examination center. In such cases, the applicant will only have to:

d.    Submit the Admission Slip of the last examination applied for;

e.    Fill out a new application form and index card with ID pictures; and,

f.     Pay the examination fee.

 

 

How to Get a Scheduled Appointment

  1. Applicants must log on the NAPOLOM official website napolcom.gov.ph and click on the ONLINE EXAMINATION APPLICATION SCHEDULING SYSTEM. You can also directly log on to www.napolcom-oleass.com and fill out the mandatory fields.
  2. Click the SUBMIT after filling out the mandatory fields. A CONFIRMATION will appear if registration was successful. If not, the process should be repeated.
  3. Click the PRINT CONFIRMATION LETTER button flashed on the screen to print his/her confirmation letter.
  4. Application with confirmed schedule shall be sent an auto-generated email wherein they shall be required to access the on-link to enter the required information in the application form. The filled out application form shall be presented by the Applicant to the Regional Office during his/her scheduled appointment date together with the confirmation schedule.

 

Where to Get Application Forms and Index Cards

Application Form (PAS-QFM-QOP15-02) and Index Cards can be obtained for FREE at any NAPOLCOM Regional Offices nationwide, or may be downloaded from the NAPOLCOM website at www.napolcom.gov.ph These may also be REPRODUCED using the original size of the Application Form and Index Card.

 

How to File an Application

An application should file his/her application form in PERSON at any of the seventeen (17) NAPOLCOM Regional Offices and for male applicants, should be in proper haircut and well-shaved face. Applications received thru postal mail or courier service will not be processed.

 

What to Bring During the Examination

  • Notice of Admission (Issued on the day he/she files his/her application for the examination)
  • Pencil No. 2 and Black Ballpen (For essay test)
  • Two (2) Government issued IDs with signature

Note: Bringing of the following items inside the testing center is STRICTLY PROHIBITED:

-Firearms, explosive or any deadly weapon

-Cellular phone, any two-way radio or electronic gadget

-Calculator

-Review Material

Violation of this rule shall result to automatic disqualification of an examinee from taking the examination and nullification of his/her examination result.

 

What to Wear During the Examination

  • Wear GOA Type B (in field cap, no awards/medals, only accoutrements) or PATROL SHIRT. Examinees not wearing the prescribed attire shall not be allowed entry in the examination center.

 

Examination Coverage

  1. General Information
  • Current Events (national and international events and developments)
  • Philippine Constitution
  • Philippine History and History of the PNP(Significant Events, People and Places)
  • Application of the Philippine Criminal Justice System
  • Social awareness (Environmental and Ecological laws-Clean Air Act and Ecological Waste Management Act and Issues)
  • Grammar Analysis
  1. Police Administration
  • Organizational Structure (Line of Authority)
  • Personnel Policies and Procedures
  • Disciplinary Machinery
  • Complaints and Grievance Procedures (Basic Knowledge)
  • Morale and Welfare
  • Date Analysis
  • Local Chief Executives Powers (vis-à-vis Police)
  • NAPOLCOM vis-à-vis Police
  • Civil Service Rules and Regulations
  • Community and Service Oriented Policing (NAPOLCOM Res. No. 2015-342)
  • Drill and Ceremonies
  1. Police Administration
  • Police Operational Procedures (POP dated Decmeber 2013)
  • Managing Police/Patrol Operations
  • Traffic Management
  • Laws and Jurisprudence related to police work
  1. Values and Ethical Standards
  • PNP Code of Ethical Standards/Protocols
  • RA 6713/RA 3019
  • RA 9485/Citizen’s Charter/Quality Service Lane
  • Gender and Development
  • PGS/PNP P.A.T.R.O.L. Plan 2030
  • Uprightness

Notification of Results

The Nationwide List of Successful Examinees will be posted at the NAPOLCOM One-Stop-Shop (NOSS), 7th floor, DILG-NAPOLCOM Center, NAPOLCOM Building, Edsa Corner Quezon Avenue, West Triangle, Quezon City 1104 and the NAPOLCOM website. Similarly, a Regional List will be posted in all NAPOLCOM Regional Offices.

For inquiries, examinees may log on to the NAPOLCOM website at www.napolcom.gov.ph

Examination Results– Report of Rating (failed examinees) and Certificate of Eligibility (successful examinees) will be mailed to the examinee’s mailing address.

       D. RECRUITMENT in the PNP as Patrolman/Patrolwoman

General Qualifications and Standards

  1. A citizen of the Philippines;
  2. A person of good moral character;
  3. Must have passed the psychiatric/psychological/, physical, medical and dental, drug tests to be administered by the PNP Health Service and Crime Lab Group or by any NAPOLCOM accredited government hospital for the purpose of determining the appointee’s physical and mental health;
  4. Must possess a formal baccalaureate degree from a recognized learning institution;
  5. Must eligible in accordance with the standards set by the Commission’
  6. Must not have been dishonourably discharged from military employment or and AWOL or Dropped from Rolls from the PNP service or dismissed for cause from any civilian position in the Government;
  7. Must have no pending criminal case in any court, including at the Office of the Ombudsman or administrative case if he/she is already an employee of the Government;
  8. Must not have been convicted by final judgment of an offense or crime involving moral turpitude;
  9. Must be at least one meter and sixty-two centimeters (1.62) in height for male and one meter and fifty-seven centimeters (1.57) for female;
  10. Must weigh not more or less than five kilograms (5kg) from the standard weight corresponding to his/her height, age and sex;
  11. Must not be less than twenty-one (21) nor more than thirty (30) years of age;

The appropriate eligibilities for Patrolman/Patrolwoman are those acquired from the following:

  1. NAPOLCOM PNP Entrance Examination
  2. RA No. 6506 (Licensed Criminologist)
  3. RA No. 1080 (Board/Bar Eligibility)

 

List of Requirements

  1. Duly accomplished CSC Form;
  2. Birth certificate authenticated by the NSO;
  3. Report of Rating of Eligibility authenticated by the issuing authority;
  4. Two (2) pieces 2×2 black and white picture indicating applicant’s name;
  5. Transcript of Scholastic Records and Diploma duly authenticated by the school registrar;
  6. Clearances from the Barangay, Local Police Station , RTC/MTC and NBI; and,
  7. Medical Certificate issued by the local health officer.

 

PRO Screening Committee

POSITION PROs NSUs
Chairman DRDA Dep Director/DDA
Vice Chairperson Senior NAPOLCOM Official with Salary Grade 24 or higher Senior NAPOLCOM Official with Salary Grade 24 or higher
Member RPOC Member NPOC Member
Member Sr. Regional DILG Officer Private Sector Rep
Member Women’s Rep from the Private Sector Women’s Rep from the Private Sector
Secretariat C, RPHRDD ADPRM/HRMO

Different Examinations during the Recruitment

  1. Physical Agility Test (PAT)
  2. Psychiatric/Psychological Examination (PPE)
  3. Complete Physical, Medical and Dental Examination (PMDE)
  4. Final Committee Interview (FCI) 

 

Selection Criteria under the Waiver Program

  1. Applicants who possess the least disqualifications shall take precedence over those who possess more disqualifications.
  2. The requirement shall be waived in the following order:
  3. Age
  4. Height
  5. Weight
  6. Each applicant for waiver must possess special qualifications, skills, or attributes useful to or needed by the PNP which are sufficient to compensate for his or her lack of certain minimum qualifications.