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Our agency governance scorecard shows how these strategic objectives will be attained. Under each perspective, objectives and targets were identified, with corresponding measures and strategic initiatives.

The first perspective is 'Resource Management' that will serve as the solid foundation for the succeeding perspectives. Next are the two (2) objectives under the Learning and Growth perspective which has the most number of measures. This is followed bythe Process Excellence perspective, that focuses on our core functions, which is our value proposition to the people we serve, in terms of improving crime prevention and control through better crime solution efficiency, crime clearance efficiency and national crime index.

The most important among the four (4) perspectives is the Community, that is the beneficiary of our improved police service. The objective of attaining a safer place to live, work and do business under this perspective will be measured utilizing the Global Peace Index (GPI).

RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PERSPECTIVE

The first perspective is "resource management." For the PNP to eventually realize its vision, the resources provided in pursuit of its mission should be "adequate".Moreover, those resources provided should be used "optimally." To help achieve maximum utilization of resources, thePNP must observe high standards of "transparency and accountability" in all its "financial and logistical transactions."

LEARNING AND GROWTH PERSPECTIVE

Under the second perspective, the PNP considered objectives under the label, "learning and growth." This is crucial for the PNP because it cannot keep doing the same things as in the past if it is to realize its vision by 2030. The PNP realized that, 'status quo' and 'doing business as usual' is not an option anymore.

It has to look forward, towards a future, in which it does things much better and more efficient through more capable personnel and better processes than in the past. Thus, it has to invest in its human resources and processes so it can win "stakeholders' support" and undertake proper, efficient, and effective "management of its resources".

Recognizing how crucial "learning and growth" is to the police organization, thePNP has decided to put two (2) strategic priorities— closely related and tightly inter-connected. The set of strategic priorities starts with developing competent, motivated and values-oriented police personnel. This when attained will result to the development of a responsive police organization that is capable and ready to do well its mandated tasks.

Without any doubt, all these strategic priorities within the second perspective of "learning and growth" would depend upon the adequacy of resources provided by the PNP and upon the commitment of the PNP to its philosophy framed by service, honor and justice as well as to the four core values it has chiselled into its governance charter. Resources and commitment need to go together for them to produce results.

PROCESS EXCELLENCE PERSPECTIVE

"Learning and Growth" perspective focuses on people but it must be complemented by strategies under the third perspective, "process excellence". This refers to the different processes and practices the PNP uses in carrying out its mission. The four processes of "intelligence," "investigation," "operations," and "police community relations" are given top consideration. In addition, two concrete strategic priorities are highlighted.

These are: "improvement on crime prevention and control" and "improving community safety awareness through community-oriented and human rights based policing".

There is due stress to the importance of reaching out to the communities the PNP serves and of obtaining their support, cooperation, and eventually their higher level of trust and confidence in their police force which also underscores excellence and integration (close coordination for maximum effectiveness and efficiency) in the conduct of police operations.

There is absolutely no doubt how important these strategic priorities under "process excellence" are. Progress in pursuing them effectively and efficiently would strengthen and widen the base of stakeholders' support, and would eventually facilitate the provision of more resources for the organization.

Moreover, such progress would also be facilitated by breakthrough results being achieved under the learning and growth perspective. Thus, the PNP strategy map provide several strategic priorities within each perspective being very closely tied up and linked with each other. Moreover, several of those strategic priorities within one perspective are also closely connected with the others. Finally, we also see that the different perspectives themselves show close interdependence with each other.

COMMUNITY PERSPECTIVE

Moreover, the PNP strategy map makes clear that this is to be done mainly through improving further the positive performance of the PNP, and undertaking a sustained public information program utilizing its Communications Plan (COMPLAN), with a view towards strengthening the partnership and cooperation with the communities it serves. Ultimately, the community is best served by capable and highly skilled PNP personnel that effectively uphold rule of law resulting in a safer place to live, work and do business.

The PNP has chosen to highlight four (4) Perspectives considered to bringabout the principal outcome in the process of realizing its vision by 2030.Within each of these four perspectives are the strategic priorities the PNP seeks to give a lot of importance to, as it go about the strategic tasks related to "becoming a highly capable, effective and credible police service."Stakeholder's support is highlighted as an important intervening factor in all of the four perspectives.

The PNP vision statement reflects its 'bold audacious goal' which it commits to achieve within a given timeframe. The PNP Vision stated that: "Imploring the aid of the almighty, by 2030, we shall be a highly capable, effective and credible police service,working in partnership with a responsive community towards the attainment of a safer place to live, work, and do business".

This is the vision that the PNP is committed to realize by the year 2030. This is how the PNP envisions itself becomingeighteen (18) years from now and ideally perhaps with God's grace, even before then.

In setting its goal of becoming a "highly capable, effective and credible police service," the PNP also identifies the main pathway it shall travel in order to achieve it. Indeed, it proposes to be "working in partnership with a responsive community", both at the national and local levels. Only with such a partnership, which needs to be operational and fully functioning, would it be able to help in the "attainment of a safer place to live, work, and do business". The PNP sees itself in need of reaching out and engaging the local and national communities so that a working partnership can be forged in attaining a "safer" environment.Without such partnership, the PNP cannot go very far towards realizing its vision.

The PNP vision is fully aligned with its mission, which has been shaped by the enactment of the following three (3) "Republic Acts" or laws: Republic Act (RA) No 6975, as amended by RA No. 8551, and as further amended by RA No. 9708. They gave a clear mandate to the PNPto "enforce the law, prevent and control crimes, maintain peace and order, and ensure public safety & internal security with the active support of the community."

The PNP mission, lofty and noble but demanding and difficult, can be pursued only by an organization firmly grounded on core values and a clear philosophy. That philosophy is framed by "service, honor and justice"; and the PNPCore Values which are: "makadiyos, makabayan, makatao, and makakalikasan". These philosophy and core values provide a solid anchor for the PNP as it develops and strengthens itself as an organization, and which can keep it safely and soundly grounded as it goes through the vicissitudes of pursuing its mission in trying to realize its vision by 2030.

The PNP has decided to put at the very top of its strategy map a one-line summary of its vision which is: "highly capable, effective and credible police service by 2030".

Also at the top of the PNP strategy map is the major outcome the PNP intends to bring about by realizing its vision by 2030, which is: "a safer place to live, work and do business". The PNP does not only refer to places where people live and work,it also underscores the business and economic dimensions.For the bottom-line, the PNP want our country to be a safe place where everyone who wishes to invest could carry out economic activities and do business in a safe and conducive environment.

PNP Lingkod Bayan

Bantay ng katahimikan
PNP lingkod ng bayan
Kriminal aming kalaban
Mamamayan paglilingkuran.

Sa bayan at mamamayan
PNP ang inyong sandigan
Integridad, disiplina at kasanayan
Gabay sa tungkuling alay.

Makadiyos at makabayan
Makatao at makakalikasan
Sa tungkuli'y aming karangalan
Ihandog nag-iisang buhay.

Batas ay ipatutupad
Pantay-pantay para sa lahat
Walang mayaman o mahirap
Ang dulot sa bayan ay galak.

PNP mamamayan magtulungan
Kaayusa't katatagan ating kamtan
Kalakalan uunlad na tunay
Kapayapaa'y ating tagumpay.

Makadiyos at makabayan
Makatao at makakalikasan
Sa tungkuli'y aming karangalan
Ihandog nag-iisang buhay
Ihandog nag-iisang buhay...

Lapu-Lapu Hero - The great Filipino hero of Mactan, the prototype of the best and most noble in Filipino manhood who is the symbol and embodiment of all the genuine attributes of leadership, courage, nationalism, self-reliance and a people-based and people powered community defense. The benevolent and heroic warrior who derived added strength from a cohesive, determined and loyal people is today a fitting symbol and a prototype as well of people power to preserve our values, customs, traditions, way of life and the rule of law thru a solidly community-based police system. Lapu-Lapu also personifies for us today civilian constitutional authority.

Laurel - Green Laurel with 14 leaves, symbolizes the 14 Regional Commands. It is also a symbol of the honor, dignity and the privilege of being a member of a noble organization where the call to public service is par excellence a commitment to public trust.

Shield - The symbol of the Philippine Constabulary, the first National Police by virtue of Organic Act No. 175, enacted by the Philippine Commission on 18 July 1901. The Philippine Constabulary for the close to 90 years of service to the nation has performed with honor, professionalism and courage. The PC has carved out a large part of the glorious pages of Philippine history, as attested by its proudly and deservedly garnering 86 of the 92 "Medals of Valor" the highest honor that a grateful Filipino nation can bestow on its gallant sons in the service of the Republic. Most appropriately therefore, the Philippine Constabulary became the nucleus of the Integrated National Police in 1975 to nurture the then embryonic concept of the nationalization of the country's local police forces.

Three Stars - Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao and the 1,700 islands and the territorial integrity wherein the National Police must enforce the law and maintain peace and order with professionalism, zeal and dedication in keeping with the highest ideals and traditions of service to our country and people.

Service • Honor • Justice - Added distinct ideals for the officers, men and women of the PNP to insure efficiency, integrity, cohesiveness, camaraderie and equanimity to enhance community acceptance and support to attain its mission of peace keeping and law enforcement.

Sun - Symbolize the flowering, maturing and ultimate realization of the glorious evolution of the PC/INP into a National Police Organization - "national in scope and civilian in character" - as enshrined in the 1986 Constitution. The Traditional light rays which represents the fightingest provinces whose ideals of courage and patriotism the members of the National Police must possess.

 

Philippine Monkey Eating Eagle The National Bird - symbol of swiftness and ferocity, power, courage and immortality.

PNP Shield - Symbol of protection of all citizens.

Three Stars - Stands for Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao which constitute the Republic's Territorial Integrity over which the PNP must enforce the law and maintain peace and order with professionalism, zeal and dedication in keeping with the highest ideals and traditions of service to God, Country and People.


Eight Sun Rays - Represents the eight (8) provinces whose ideals of courage, gallantry patriotism led to their revolt against Spain.

Lapu-Lapu -
Symbolizes the bravery of the Philippine National Police.

Service, Honor, Justice -
Service is the vibrant and cogent deeds and actions in response to the needs and wants of the people in distress: Honor could be the overriding criterion and consideration in the performance of their entrusted task or mission: and Justice dispensed to everyone whatever is due to him without favoritism or discrimination of any sort.

 

EMERGENCY POLICE ASSISTANCE

Dial 1-1-7 or Call the Nearest Police Station for Life-Threatening Police Emergency Assistance or On-going crime or illegal activities Only.

NON-EMERGENCY POLICE RESPONSE
 
Via Short Text Messaging Service (SMS): Type: PNP (space) (message) then send to 2920
  • Dial (632) 72531-79 / (632) 721-8544 PNP Explosives & Ordinance Unit/Public Information Office For Terrorist Threats or Acts of Terrorism
  • Dial (632) 722-0650 local 3453/3473 For Complaints Referrals Action Center
  • Dial (632) 722-0650 4252 PNP Police Community Relations Group For Non-Emergency Police Response
  • Dial (632) 722-1918 PNP Anti Illegal Drug Special Operation Task Force Illegal Drugs Narcotics Activities
  • Dial (632) 722-4068 / (632) 725-1133 local 4359 PNP Task Force Limbas/ Anti-Carnapping For Highway Robbery & Other Motor Vehicle related crimes
  • Dial (632) 725-2147 Local 4371 PACER For Organized Crime & Kidnapping with Ransom
  • Dial (632) 726-1575 Criminal Investigation & Detection Group For Most Wanted / Fugitives Person or Arrest Warrant Information
  • Dial (632) 723-0401 local 5444/3697 For Womens Crisis and Child Protection Office
  • Dial (632) 726-1575 Criminal Investigation & Detection Group For Cyber Crime / Computer Related Crimes
  • Dial (632) 724-8712 Civil Security Group - (FED) For Firearms and Explosives Transactions (Globe-09770170302, Smart-09192296432)
  • Dial (632) 722-2939 Civil Security Group - (SOSIA) For Supervisory Office for Security and Investigative Agencies (Globe-09770170302, Smart-09192296432)
  • Dial (632) 723-0401 Local 3332 Directorate for Intelligence For Police Clearance Related Transactions
  • Dial (632) 724-8869 Highway Patrol Group For Motor Vehicle Related Transactions
  • Dial (632) 725-3168 - DRD For PNP Supplier Accreditations
  • Dial (632) 724-3790 Public Information Office For Media Affairs and Official Press Statements
  • Dial (632) 899-7504 Internal Affairs Service For Police Services Complaints or Complaints on a Police Officer
  • Dial (632) 721-9685 DPRM - Recruitment Selection Division For Recruitment and Employment Oppurtunities
  • Dial (632) 724-8773/724-8767/724-8790 - DIDM For Police Crime Statistics / Task Force Usig Updates

 If you are a victim of crime, please report to your nearest police station or office in your area or dial ‘117’ in case of emergency.

 

PHILIPPINE NATIONAL POLICE DIRECTORY

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General Information about the Philippine National Police.