Huwebes, Enero 3, 2013

Philippine National Police Recruitment Process



GENERAL QUALIFICATION FOR APPOINTMENT

  • A citizen of the Philippines;
  • A person of good moral character;
  • Must have passed the Physical Agility Test, Neuro-Psychological Examination, General Physical and Dental Examination as well as Drug Test to be administered by the PNP for the purpose of determining physical and mental health;
  • Must possess a formal baccalaureate degree from a recognized institution of learning;
  • Must be eligible in accordance with the standards set by NAPOLCOM;
  • Must have not been dishonorably discharged from military employment or dismissed for cause from any civilian position in the government;
  • Must have not been convicted by final judgment of an offense or crime involving moral turpitude;
  • Must be at least one meter and sixty-two centimeters (1.62 m.) in height for male and one meter and fifty-seven centimeters (1.57 m.) for female;
  • Must not weigh not more or less five kilograms (5 kgs.) than the standard weight corresponding to his or her height, age, and sex; and
  • Must not be less than twenty-one (21) nor more than thirty (30) years of age upon take oath.
Except for the last qualification, the above-enumerated qualifications shall be continuing in character and an absence of any one of them at any given time shall be a ground for separation or retirement from the service: Provided, that PNP members who are already in the service upon the effectively of RA 8551 shall be given at least two (2) years to obtain the minimum education qualification and one (1) year to satisfy the weight requirement.   
Eligibility Requirements:
    • Civil Service Professional (CSP)
    • PO1 Entrance Exam (NAPOLCOM & CSC)
    • RA 1080 (Board Passer, Med Doctor, Engineering, Teacher etc...)
    • RA 6506 (Criminologist)
    • PD 907
Documentary Requirements:
  • Personal Data Sheet (CS form 212, Revised 2005)
  • Birth Certificate & Marriage Contract, & Birth Certificate of Children
  • Transcript of Scholastic Records & Diploma
  • Eligibility
  • Clearances1 Piece whole Body Picture
    • Barangay Clearance Local Police Clearance
    • Mayor’s Clearance
    • MTC/RTC/Prosecutor Clearance
    • NBI Clearance
    • DI Clearance PHQ – S2)
  • Good Moral Character for College/University
  • Medical Certifcate from Local Health Office
Note: Documents must be properly AUTHENTICATED by issuing office/ agency. Use ordinary BLUE Long Folder with plastic cover & white tabbings for the application folders.

Screening Procedure

1. Preliminary Interview/Screening – A point system shall be applied in the assessment and evaluation of the measurable qualification standards possessed by an individual applicant. The applicant shall be interviewed personally by the Screening Committee. If the applicant qualifies, he/she shall be required to present or accomplish the following:

Preliminary interview

 2. Psychological and/or Neuro Psychiatric Test – To exclude applicants who may be suffering from any mental disorder, the applicant shall take a psychological and/or neuro-psychiatric test to be administered by the PNP, or any duly recognized institution and meet all the requirements in paragraph (a) above. 
3. Character and Background Investigation – The Screening Committee shall cause an intensive investigation to be conducted on the character and background of the applicant with the end in view of determining his character reputation and possible involvement in any questionable or criminal activities as well as his propensity toward violence or use of force. 
4. Physical and Mental Examination – In order to determine whether or not the applicant is in good health, free from any contagious diseases, a physical and medical examination must be conducted by the city/municipal health officer or PNP medical officer after he/she qualified for preliminary interview. 
3-a. The ff. are physical, mental and dental test:
 1. Height - must be 5'4 or 162cm for male and 5'2 or 157cm for female.
 2. Weight- weight must be proportionate to height. 
 3. Ear Nose Throat Exam (ENT)
       4. Urinalysis test - is used as a screening and/or diagnostic tool because it can help detect 
          substances or cellular material in the urine associated with different metabolic and kidney disorders
          It is  ordered widely and routinely to detect any abnormalities that require follow up. It is used to
          detect urinary tract infections (UTIs) and other disorders of the urinary tract. In those with acute or
          chronic conditions, such as kidney disease, the urinalysis may be ordered at intervals as a rapid
          method to help monitor organ function, status, and response to treatment.

       5. Complete Blood Count test (CBC)

       6. Fasting Blood Sugar test

       7. Chest X-ray 

       8. ECG Test or Electrocardiogram test - is a test that measures the electrical activity of the heart.
        
       9. Snellen test  - 20/20 or 6/6 

       10. Ishihara test or color perception test

       11 . GPE or General Physical Exam - body check up such as scars, tattoos, varicose veins, 
                 hemorrhoids and hernia are grounds for disqualification.

       12. Drug test

       13. Dental Exam -Full dentures upper and lower are disqualified. 


       5. Physical Agility Test (15 pts) – The Screening Committee shall require the applicant to undergo a physical agility test designed to determine whether or not he possesses the required coordination, strength and speed of movement necessary for service, as follows:

      


Physical Agility Test (PAT)


6. Final interview – The Screening Committee shall interview the qualified applicant for suitability for police work. The interview shall aid in determining likableness, affability, attitude towards work, outside interest, forcefulness, conversational ability, disagreeable mannerism, etc. 
Final Interview

7. Oath-Taking – After the final deliberation and through selection among the qualified applicants, the successful applications shall take their oath of Office.
 Oath taking



 Probationary – period of at least twelve (12) months. The New PO1s must undergo the Public Safety
 Basic Recruit Course (PSBRC) and Field Training Program in order to attain permanent status.






The Screening Committee shall be composed as follows:

a. City/Municipal Screening Committee

Members
  • Vice-Mayor designated as Chairman
  • DILG CLGOO/MLGO as Vice-Chairman
  • POC Member from the Academe designated as Member
  • City Director (for City Level)/Chief of Police (Municipal Level) and Member

b. Provincial Screening Committee

PNP Deputy Provincial Director for Administration or any PNP Senior Officer in the province designated by the Provincial Director - Chairman.

Members
  • NAPOLCOM Official to be designated by the NAPOLCOM Regional Director
  • Private citizen of known probity and integrity in the province to be designated by the Provincial Governor
  • PLEB Chairman in the locality where the selection will be undertaken
  • PPOC Representative to be designated by the PPOC Chairman

c. Regional Screening Committee

  • PNP Deputy - Regional Director for Administration or any PNP Senior Officer in the Regional Command designated by the PNP Regional Director - Chairman

Members
  • NAPOLCOM Senior Official in the Regional Office to be designated by the Regional Director
  • Private citizen of known probity and integrity in the region to be designated by the Provincial Governor of the province where the Regional Command Headquarters is situated.
  • PLEB Chairman in the locality where the selection will be undertaken
  • RPOC Representative to be designated by the RPOC Chairman

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