PNP recognizes newly-promoted police personnel
January 27, 2012 10:54 pm
MANILA, Jan. 27 – A total of 20,917 newly promoted Philippine National Police (PNP) uniformed personnel were given recognition on Friday before the Flag Lowering Ceremony.
This is in accordance with the NAPOLCOM Resolution 2011-401 granting the Chief PNP the authority to fill up vacancies for the ranks of Police Officer 2 (PO2) to Police Superintendent (P/SUPT) for the Second Semester CY 2011 Second (2nd) Level Promotion Program.
There are 24,735 vacancies to be filled up from PO2 to P/SUPT. Promotion Boards for different ranks were created to process the promotion, deliberation and interview of qualified Police Commissioned and Non Commissioned Officers.
Effective Dec. 31, 2011, orders were issued for the promotion of said PNP Uniformed Personnel.
“Uniformed members of the PNP must comply with the four (4) requirements before they are eligible for promotion to the next higher rank. They must have the education, experience, training and eligibility. We want to promote deserving personnel since the organization and the public are concern” said PNP Chief General Nicanor Bartolome.
Civil Service Commission (CSC) issued Resolution No. 11-01479 on November 8, 2011 prescribing Qualification Standards for Appointment to the different ranks in the Philippine National Police.
Promoted Police Commissioned Officers for 3rd level ranks using the eligibilities of Police Officer 1st Class and Police Superintendent taken prior to CY 2003 and CY 2006, will no longer be required to obtain the Career Service Executive Eligibility (CSEE), Career Executive Service Eligibility (CESE), Career Executive Officer Eligibility (CEOE) or Police Executive Service Eligibility (PESE), for their promotion on the next higher level.
The new resolution said that for 2nd level ranks (Police Officer 1 to Police Superintendent) before they are considered for promotion to the next higher rank they must possess required education, experience, training and eligibility.
Experience or time-in grade was maintained as follows: 4 years for Police Officer 1 to be promoted to Police Officer II; 3 years for Police Officer II to be promoted to Police Officer III and Senior Police Officer IV to be promoted to P/Inspector;
4 years for P/Inspector to be promoted to P/Senior Inspector; 5 years for P/Senior Inspector to be promoted to P/Chief Inspector and P/Chief Inspector to be promoted to P/Superintendent;
3 years for P/Superintendent to be promoted to P/Senior Superintendent; 2 years for P/Senior Superintendent to be promoted to P/ Chief Superintendent. Required appropriate trainings were also set based on the rank levels.
The PNP will continue to give recognition to newly-promoted PNP uniformed personnel as it uplifts their morale and strive more to enhance their capabilities and skills to boost the police professionalism standard.
Promoted personnel are expected to perform their best in enforcing the law to protect the public and community from insurgencies.
There will be a simultaneous mass oath taking and pinning of ranks for 1,690 Police Commissioned Officers and 19,227 Police Non-Commissioned Officers from National Headquarters, National Support Units and Police Regional Officers who have met the Standard Qualification for promotions. (PNA) RMA/JCA