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Republic of the Philippines Department of the Interior and Local Government NATIONAL POLICE COMMISSION Makati City PNP

EXAMINATION ANNOUNCEMENT The National Police Commission, pursuant to its constitutional mandate to administer and control thePhilippine National Police (PNP), will conduct nationwide the PNP ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS on April 25, 2010 and October 24, 2010 The PNP ENTRANCE EXAMINATION is open to all Filipino citizens who possess the age, height andeducational requirements as provided herein, as well as to Police Officers I (P01) whose appointments aretemporary for lack of appropriate eligibility. Those who pass this examination are conferred by the National PoliceCommission (NAPOLCOM) the PNP Entrance eligibility which is appropriate for appointment to the rank of P01,as prescribed under Sec. 30 of Republic Act No. 6975, as amended by Republic Act No. 8551. i---------PLEASE-READ INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY. L DO NOT APPLY IFYOU ARE NOT QUAL._IF_IE_D_" ----' I" DATE OF EXAMINATION: April 25, 2010 October 24, 2010II. PERIOD OF FILING February 1 -March 15, 2010 August 16 -September 30, 2010 ONLY DULY ACCOMPLISHED APPLICATION FORMS WITH ALL THE REQUIRED DOCUMENTS FILED PERSONALLYAND RECEIVED BY THE NAPOLCOM REGIONAL OFFICE ON OR BEFORE THE DEADLINE FOR FILING SHALL BEACCEPTED. i IN VIEW OF RESOURCE CONSTRAINTS, THE REGIONAL OFFICE RESERVES THE RIGHT TO LIMIT THE NUMBER OFEXAMINEES IT WILL ACCOMMODATE. ACCEPTANCE OF APPLICATIONS SHALL BE ON A "FIRST COME, FIRST-SERVED" BASIS I , AND, UPON DUE NOTICE, MAY BE STOPPED EVEN AHEAD OF THE DEADLINE. I i I 1__. --------_._---------_._---------_._------------. . , III. TESTCENTERSRegion 1San Femando City Region 5 Legazpi City Region 11 Davao CityRegion 2 Tuguegarao City Region 6 Iloilo City Region 12 KoronadalCityRegion 3 City of San Femando Region 7 Cebu City CARAGA 8utuan CityRegion 4A Calamba City Region 8 Tacloban City CAR Baguio CityRegion 48 Occidental Mindoro Region 9 Zamboanga City NCR Makati CityRegion 4B Puerto Princesa City, Palawan Region 10Cagayan de Oro CityWHAT TO FILE1.An Application Form (NAPOLCOM Form 1 -A) and Index Card, duly accomplished by the applicant and two (2) recent and identical 1" x 1" ID pictures (in color) with white background and complete name tag (indicate rankbefore the first, middle and last names, if PNP member).2.Police Examination Fee: Four Hundred Pesos (P400.00) L_ NO OTHER FEES SHALL BE COLLECTED. 1.One (1) legal-size window envelope with nine pesos (PS.OO) worth of mailing stamps. 2. Transcript of Scholastic Record (with Special Order issued by CHED) or Diploma from CHEDaccreditedschools, state universities and colleges. 3.Birth Certificate issued by the Local Civil Registrar (LCR) or by the main and field offices of the NationalStatistics Office (NSO)4.For a P01 with temporary appointment, a certified true copy of Attested Appointment, Plantilla Appointment or Special Order. r--~examinee who-fails iii an exam or after being admitted to take said exam,-filifs to take it for one --~I reason or another, need not resubmit the requirements should he/she apply again for the same exam in I 1[' the same exam center. Theapplicant will only have to: (a) submit the ADMISSION SLIP of the last exam I i

applied for; (b) fill out a new application form and indexcard with 10 pictures; and, (c) pay the ! I examination fee. i ,J V. WHERE TO GET APPLICATION FORMS AND INDEX CARDSApplication Forms (NAPOLCOM Form 1-A) and Index Cards can be obtained for FREE at theNAPOLCOM National Capital Region (NCR) Office located at Jacinta Building II, #1840 Sta. RitaS1., Guadalupe Nuevo, EDSA, Makati City, at any NAPOLCOM Regional Office nationwide, or may bedownloaded 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.VI. HOW TO FILEAn applicant may file his/her application, together with all the required supporting documents,PERSONALLY at any NAPOLCOM Regional or Provincial Office where he/she intends to take theexamination. APPLICATIONS RECEIVED THRU POSTAL MAIL SHALL NOT BE PROCESSED.VII. NOTIFICATION OF EXAMINATIONA qualified applicant shall be issued a Notice of Admission on the day he/she files hislher application for the examination. However, to confirm the status of said application, he/she may verifyfrom the NAPOLCOM Regional Office where said application was filed, or avail of the TEXTNAPOLCOM Facility by texting in the following:NAPOLCOM space EXAMLOC space LAST NAME I FIRST NAME I MIDDLE NAME and send to: a) 2256 for Globe and Touchmobile b) 6808for Smart and Talk 'n Text c) 2269 forSun Cellular VIII. EXAMINATION COVERAGEThe three-hour examination consists of 200 multiple choice items. The examination coversthe following subject areas:General Information Philippine Constitution Philippine History (Significant Events, People and Places) Philippine Govemment (Structures and Functions) Laws and Jurisprudence (Functions and Empowerment) Five (5) Pillars of the Criminal Justice System (CJS) Current Events (Social Awareness and Value Judgment) Verbal Reasoning Vocabulary Comprehension Grammar Quantitative Reasoning Basic Concepts Problem-Solving SkillsLogical Reasoning Induction Deduction SynthesisIX. WHAT TO WEAR ON EXAMINATION DAY

PLAIN WHITE T-SHIRT / POLO SHIRT, DARK PANTS and SHOES. X. WHAT TO BRING DURING THE EXAMINATION1 . N o t i c e o f A d m i s s i o n 2 . P e n c i l N o . 2 3.Any valid identification card with picture r--WARNING:F1rearrns shoUldtle deposited outSIde the-examfnationarea. -CeiiPhon-es. pagers-or-any two-:-1 ! way radio set, calculators, review materials, explosives, or deadly weapons are strictly prohibited. i Violationof this rule shall disqualify an examinee from taking the examination or shall result to the I . L________ nullification of his/her examination. XI. MINIMUM QUALIFICATION STANDARDS I--~~---PNP ENTRANCE EXAMINATION l APPLICANT I AGE ! HEIGHT I EDUCATIONAL I ! CLASSIFICATION! I ! ATIAINMENT I I CIVILIAN Not more than I MALE : 1.62 meters iBachelor's Degre~ II i 30 years old i FEMALE: 1.57 meters L ~ 1---li01cremPorary)--I--~e---r--NOne---BacheJOr'Sl5egree! I **NAPOLCOM MC No. 2007-009. Sec.? #4 provides that the minimum height requirement for PNP applicants who aremembers of indigenous I communities shall be 1.52 m for males and 1.45 m for females. For examination purpose, they arerequired to submit a CertifICation of their trool I membership issued by the Main Office of the National Commission onIndigenous Peoples (NCIP) or Office on Muslim Affairs (OMA), or a Height I I Waiver issued bythe NAPOLCOM. _.-J XII. NOTIFICATION OF RESULTS:The nationwide list of successful examinees will be posted at the NAPOLCOM Central Officelocated at 371 Senator Gil J. Puyat Avenue, Makati City and at the NAPOLCOM website. Similarly, aRegional List will be posted in each of the NAPOLCOM Regional Offices.For inquiries, examinees may

log on to the NAPOLCOM web address at www.napolcom.gov.ph.To avail of the TEXT NAPOLCOM facility, the examinee must text in the following:NAPOLCOM space EXAMRSLT space APPLICATION NO. or NAPOLCOM space EXAMRSLTspace LAST NAME I FIRST NAME I MIDDLE NAME and send to: a) 2256 for Globe andTouchmobile b) 6808 for Smart and Talk 'n Text c) 2269 for Sun Cellular EXAMINATION RESULTS -Report of Rating (RR) will be mailed to the examinee's mailing address.Verification may be made with the Examination Division, Personnel and Administrative Service (PAS},NAPOLCOM Central Office. An examinee who passed the test but did not receive his/her RR may request for issuance of a certification from the same office, upon payment of One Hundred Fifty Pesos (~150.00). For requests sent through postal mail, payment shall be in money order form payable to the National PoliceCommission, # 371 Senator Gil J. Puyat Avenue, Makati City 1200. THE EXAMINATION DIVISION, PERSONNEL ANDADMINISTRATIVE SERVICE, NAPOLCOM CENTRALOFFICE WILLNOT ENTERTAIN REQUESTS FORCHANGE ORMODIFICATION OFAN EXAMINEE'S DATE OFBIRTH AS REFLECTED IN HIS/HER REPORT OF RATING, APPLICATION FORM AND INDEXCARD.XIII. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:It is understood that all data written by the applicant on the Application Form and Index Card,i n c l u d i n g i n f o r m a t i o n c o n t a i n e d i n t h e r e q u i r e d s u b m i t t e d d o c u m e n t s a r e c o n s i d e r e d T R U E A N D CORRECT and shall be treated as official data. AN APPLICANT'S QUALIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TOF I N A L R E V I E W A N D V E R I F I C A T I O N B Y T H E E X A M I N A T I O N D I V I S I O N , PERSONNEL ANDADMINISTRATIVE SERVICE (PAS). NAPOLCOM CENTRAL OFFICE. APPLICANTS MAY BER E Q U I R E D T O P R E S E N T A D D I T I O N A L D O C U M E N T S , I F D E E M E D N E C E S S A R Y . I F I T I S ESTABLISHED THAT THE EXAMINEE DOES NOT QUALIFY FOR THE EXAMINATION, HIS/HER TESTRESULT SHALL BE CANCELLED I INVALIDATED.THE NATIONAL POLICE COMMISSION HAS A COMPUTER SYSTEM THAT KEEPS TRACKO F T H E A N S W E R P A T T E R N S O F E X A M I N E E S . I F T W O O R M O R E E X A M I N E E S H A V E A H I G H PERCENTAGE OF SIMILAR ANSWER P ATTERNS, THIS MAY RESULT IN THE INV ALIDATION OF THEIR TEST RESULTS. the five pillars of the criminal justice system include:1.law enforcement2.investigation and prosecution3.the courts4.the correctional system5.the communityEach and every single one is broken and will soon crumble under the burden of patronage politics andgovernance going haywire, bringing the whole system down: Pillar #1 - Law Enforcement: There are very good and well meaning people in the PNP. Someof them are close friends of mine. But, God knows, the whole system is very suspect of protectionism, graft and corruption. How else will the saying exist: " Hayahay pa's pulis ." Pillar #2 - Prosecution: (Same as #1. " Hayahay pa's piscal .") Pillar #3 - Coursts: Plain and simple judges and judgements can be bought. Pillar #4 - Corrections: If you have the resources, you'll get your way and do whatever you want to do in the correctionals. Pillar #5 - Community: The community does not care anymore for "legal or illegal". Look around you, there is always something illegal going on with no fail! The community doesnot care. The CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM inthe Country: - dysfunctional system, or effective crime deterrent?By: atty benji In Bulan, or in Sorsogon, in particular, do you think criminal justice system is OK?How about the police? The Prosecutor? The Court? And the Jail or Correctional?I would recall a year ago during the debate re, abolition of the death penalty law in the

country, PresidentGloria Macapagal-Arroyo believed that strengthening the five (5) pillars of the criminal justice system is amore effective crime deterrent than the death penalty law.Reinforced by her alter egos statement, So if we are able to address these five pillars of the criminal justicesystem, this is the most, more effective deterrent than capital punishment itself. That is the point of thePresident, Presidential Spokesman Ignacio Bunye said.As an ordinary citizen, I would categorically swear that as long as there are so called SCALAWAGS INUNIFORMS (police or NBI), Corrupt and Biased Public Prosecutors (fiscal), HOODLUMS IN ROBES(judge or justice) and inefficient and substandard Correctional system manned by rascal government men, wecan all conclude that criminal justice system in this country is totally dysfunctional and ineffective channel of justice, and would not be a crime deterrent as well.When a criminal justice in a particular country is rotten and decomposing (forgive the word), there would beno end to the victims of injustice/s to cry out loud for justice until the end of time, Justi-is sabi nila, dahil bulok ang sistema!What is a Criminal Justice? It is the system of practices, and organizations, used by national and localgovernments, directed at maintaining social control, deter and controlling crime, and sanctioning those whoviolate laws with criminal penalties. The primary agencies charged with these responsibilities are lawenforcement (police and prosecutors), courts, defense attorneys and local jails and prisons which administer the procedures for arrest, charging, adjudication and punishment of those found guilty. When processing theaccused through the criminal justice system, government must keep within the framework of laws that protectindividual rights. The pursuit of criminal justice is, like all forms of justice, fairness or process,essentially the pursuit of an ideal.There are actually five (5) pillars of criminal justice system, as follows; (1.) Community, (2.) The LawEnforcement, (3.) The Prosecution Service, (4.) The Courts, (5.) The Correctional Institution.If one of these pillars is dysfunctional, wala tayong maasahan na hustisya!The five (5) pillars of the Philippine Criminal Justice System have important roles to play in the investigation, prosecution and dispensation of justice of the alleged offenders or felons.The first pillar is the COMMUNITY ( e.g., People & Peoples Organizations). It refers to institutions,government, and nongovernment agencies and peoples organizations that provide care and assistance to thevictims or offended party, during and after the onset of a victims rights case. The community has asignificant role to assume in all the phases of judicial involvement of offender as well as the protection process: the prevention of abuse, cruelty, discrimination and exploitation, assistance of offenders who enter the criminal justice system and the acceptance of the offenders upon his reintegration into the community,,,after he goes out of Correctional.The second pillar is LAW ENFORCEMENT (e.g. PNP, NBI, PDEA, etc.) It involves government agenciescharged with the enforcement of penal laws. It is primarily responsible for the investigation anddetermination whether an offense has been committed, and where needed, the apprehension of allegedoffenders for further investigation of the third pillar,,, Prosecution Service.The PROSECUTION SERVICE (Public Prosecutor or Fiscal) refers to the National Prosecution Service(NPS). The NPS is mandated to investigate and prosecute penal violations. It collates, evaluates evidence inthe preliminary inquest investigation and dismisses or files the case in court as indicated.The Public Attorneys Office or private defense counsel, on the other hand, serves as the defender of offender who is charged before the court and unable to hire the service of the retained lawyer.

In Bulan, or in Sorsogon, in particular, do you think criminal justice system is OK?How about the police? The Prosecutor? The Court? And the Jail or Correctional?I would recall a year ago during the debate re, abolition of the death penalty law in the country, PresidentGloria Macapagal-Arroyo believed that strengthening the five (5) pillars of the criminal justice system is amore effective crime deterrent than the death penalty law.Reinforced by her alter egos statement, So if we are able to address these five pillars of the criminal justicesystem, this is the most, more effective deterrent than capital punishment itself. That is the point of thePresident, Presidential Spokesman Ignacio Bunye said.As an ordinary citizen, I would categorically swear that as long as there are so called SCALAWAGS INUNIFORMS (police or NBI), Corrupt and Biased Public Prosecutors (fiscal), HOODLUMS IN ROBES(judge or justice) and inefficient and substandard Correctional system manned by rascal government men, wecan all conclude that criminal justice system in this country is totally dysfunctional and ineffective channel of justice, and would not be a crime deterrent as well.When a criminal justice in a particular country is rotten and decomposing (forgive the word), there would beno end to the victims of injustice/s to cry out loud for justice until the end of time, Justi-is sabi nila, dahil bulok ang sistema!What is a Criminal Justice? It is the system of practices, and organizations, used by national and localgovernments, directed at maintaining social control, deter and controlling crime, and sanctioning those whoviolate laws with criminal penalties. The primary agencies charged with these responsibilities are lawenforcement (police and prosecutors), courts, defense attorneys and local jails and prisons which administer the procedures for arrest, charging, adjudication and punishment of those found guilty. When processing theaccused through the criminal justice system, government must keep within the framework of laws that protectindividual rights. The pursuit of criminal justice is, like all forms of justice, fairness or process,essentially the pursuit of an ideal.There are actually five (5) pillars of criminal justice system, as follows; (1.) Community, (2.) The LawEnforcement, (3.) The Prosecution Service, (4.) The Courts, (5.) The Correctional Institution.If one of these pillars is dysfunctional, wala tayong maasahan na hustisya!The five (5) pillars of the Philippine Criminal Justice System have important roles to play in the investigation, prosecution and dispensation of justice of the alleged offenders or felons.The first pillar is the COMMUNITY ( e.g., People & Peoples Organizations). It refers to institutions,government, and nongovernment agencies and peoples organizations that provide care and assistance to thevictims or offended party, during and after the onset of a victims rights case. The community has asignificant role to assume in all the phases of judicial involvement of offender as well as the protection process: the prevention of abuse, cruelty, discrimination and exploitation, assistance of offenders who enter the criminal justice system and the acceptance of the offenders upon his reintegration into the community,,,after he goes out of Correctional.The second pillar is LAW ENFORCEMENT (e.g. PNP, NBI, PDEA, etc.) It involves government agenciescharged with the enforcement of penal laws. It is primarily responsible for the investigation

anddetermination whether an offense has been committed, and where needed, the apprehension of allegedoffenders for further investigation of the third pillar,,, Prosecution Service.The PROSECUTION SERVICE (Public Prosecutor or Fiscal) refers to the National Prosecution Service(NPS). The NPS is mandated to investigate and prosecute penal violations. It collates, evaluates evidence inthe preliminary inquest investigation and dismisses or files the case in court as indicated.The Public Attorneys Office or private defense counsel, on the other hand, serves as the defender of offender who is charged before the court and unable to hire the service of the retained lawyer.

The fourth pillar is the COURT (MTC, RTC) )which refers to the MTC and Regional Trial Courts designatedto handle and try the case and issue judgment after trial.The fifth pillar is the CORRECTIONAL SYSTEM (NBP, CIW, BJMP) . It refers to institutions mandated toadminister both correctional and rehabilitation programs for the offenders. These programs develop theoffenders or convicts abilities and potentials and facilitate their re-integration into the community andnormal family life.The rehabilitation and recovery process involves the support of government agencies, non-governmentorganizations and most importantly the family and community so that the offender as well as the offendedcan heal and recover in order to be able to cope and rebuild their lives. NB: the fifth pillar is formerly called PRISON or PENITENTIARY, it is now called a CORRECTIONAL(e.g. Correctional Institution for Women in Mandaluyong) because the purpose of the law is to correct andrehabilitate the convict as productive citizen of the country, after he goes out of prison, as he will commingleor return to the community to live a new life as a normal person, not anymore as an ex-convict.Suppose1: the people (family of the victim) refuses to cooperate in the investigation of the case, then the police would not be as effective to perform his job to arrest the suspect, thus, the first pillar of criminal justicesystem would be ineffective or dysfunctional.Suppose2: the people (or family of the victim) or victim herself fully cooperated in the investigation of thecase that led to the apprehension of the suspect, but later on the police, thru negligence or bribery, has justallowed the suspect go free and evade arrest, thus the second pillar of criminal justice system is alsodysfunctional or rotten.Suppose3: both the victim and police had worked together closely in the investigation, and actualapprehension of the suspect, however during the preliminary investigation stage conducted by the fiscal, whoacted partially and moved for the dismissal of the case due to alleged lack of probable cause, however uponinquiry it was found out later that he did receive a bribe money from the suspect in exchange of a favorableresolution, thus, the third pillar of criminal justice system would also be dysfunctional and decomposing aswell.Suppose4: the victim, police and the fiscal have done their work par excellence and were able to present astrong case in court, but judge, who handled and tried the case, renders a decision acquitting the accused as hedid receive monetary consideration from the other party, or thru pakikisama, or he is a compare of theaccused, thus, the fourth pillar of criminal justice system is likewise dysfunctional.Suppose5: the accused was finally convicted via fair and impartial trial, thru the cooperation of theaforementioned pillars, thereby giving justice to the victim of the crime, but when the accused was formallydelivered and turned over to the correctional institution to serve his sentence, but instead of being correctedand rehabilitated therein, said convict was tortured and man handled, etc. (thru mental & physical torture),thus, the last pillar of criminal justice system is also dysfunctional.To be able to strengthen an effective criminal justice system, all these pillars must perform and deliver their respective job par excellence in the realization of justice. Failure of any of the pillars aforementioned tofunction well will lead us into chaos and other forms of unrest in the community, because the governmentthat is supposed to be the bulwark and vanguard of peoples right will serve nothing but a traitor to its own people, unable to protect the rights and interest of its citizens.Last year, the Asian Legal Resource Centre (ALRC)- a Hongkong based, launched a new report describinghow the rotten criminal justice system in the Philippines fails to deliver justice to its people and contributes tothe widespread human rights violations in the country.The criminal justice system of the Philippines is rotten, describes how the police and courts fail toinvestigate and solve various human rights violations because of the lack of sincerity, despite well-establishedinstitutions on papers. It calls for the government to reform the criminal justice system and fulfill the promises it made to the Filipinos in the laws. The report analyses why the criminal justice system in the Philippines fails to function. It identifies asincluding command irresponsibility, the non-existent witness protection programme, the bias of stateofficers towards victims and their families, and the irregularities in investigation and prosecution .Flawed and misguided criminal investigations.The police are the first and biggest obstacle to victims and their families obtaining justice in the Philippines.Where family members and witnesses come forward, they often find that police investigations contradict their versions of incidents. Police investigators sometimes make premature pronouncements about the motive for akilling and its cause, flatly rejecting alternative suggestions, particularly where state officers or personsallegedly connected to them are among the possible suspects. And, due to existence of scalawags in uniform,kotong cops, hulidap cops, that unless these scalwags in uniforms are eradicate, if not obliterated, theMamang Pulis and Aleng Pulis ambitious project of P/Director General Sonny Razon would only meannothing but just a scrap piece of garbage program which cannot be complied with in good faith by his men, or else, it will remain as a joke like, Mamang Pulis-Pulis T Matulis. Non-existent victim and witness protection.Most victims of extrajudicial killings in the Philippines have had threats on their lives beforehand; somealready having survived earlier attacks. Those who seek protection are frustrated by the unresponsiveness of state agencies that supposedly have obligations to assist in such instances. Many end up dead.The failure of the witness protection program must be attributed squarely to the rotten condition of itsimplementing agency, the Department of Justice. Public prosecutors, who are its officers, have also failed intheir duty to refer witnesses for inclusion in the protection programme. Even in the most serious cases of extrajudicial killing, torture and disappearance, they are not known to have made recommendations andapplications for protection.Ineffectual and biased prosecutorsPublic Prosecutors make little or no attempt to conceal bias in their handling of criminal complaints.The extent of bias is again best illustrated by the head of the Department of

Justice himself. Secretary (Raul)Gonzalez has gone out of his way to defend the government by flatly rejecting legitimate grievances aboutthe inability of the authorities to stop extrajudicial killings, referring to them as black propaganda. He hasadopted the language of the military and insinuated that unseen forces have taken advantage of the situationas one way to destabilize the government by way of creating lawlessness within the country, thereby putting the government into shame in the international community: as if the government was not sufficientlyadept at creating lawlessness and putting itself to shame.That Secretary Gonzalez feels safe in making open presumptions about the guilt or innocence of personslodging criminal complaints and indicating that the extent of assistance given by his department dependsupon what conclusions are drawn by its officers as to the merits of the complainant rather than the complaintspeaks volumes about the rot at all levels of the criminal justice system of the Philippines.Labeling enemiesUnder section 14(2) of the Constitution of the Philippines the accused shall be presumed innocent until thecontrary is proved. In practice the public labeling of accused persons or victims as communist fronts,destabilizers, enemies of the state, or terrorists negates this presumption and allows officials to doaway with due process. The double standards in implementation of laws are most obvious in cases wheresuch labels are applied. The use of labels also exposes victims, their families and colleagues to the possibilityof further violence, and denies them any hope of protection. Once a person or organization has been labeledleftist or enemy then there is no possibility of safety. Whatever they may or may not have done, they arein a special category of persons and groups guilty by suspicion, for who the ordinary laws and procedures, tothe limited extent they operate for everyone else, are suspended.JUDGE must be impartial and free from influence, like a Lady Justice (na may piring at may hawak- hawak na timbangan).