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PNP FIELD TRAINING

OFFICERS DEVELOPMENT
PROGRAM

 Regional Specialized Training Unit 3


PNP Training Service
REFERENCES
a. Memo from TDHRDD dated April 4,2019, subject: Field
Training Program for 3,280 Line and Technical Officers
b. PNP Memorandum Circular No.2016-053
c. PNP Memorandum Circular No. 2016 -006, Revise PNP Filed
Training Officers Development Program, dated Feb 22, 2016;
d. NMC 2016-002;
e. PNPMC 2014-017 entitled: PNP Field Training Officers
Development Program dated June 10, 2014;
f. Sec. 19, RA 8551;
g. PNP Field Training Program Manual for Police Officer 1 (2006);
h. PNP P.A.T.R.O.L PLAN 2030 and
i. Standard Training Package (STP) for Field Training Officers of
the Field Training Program for PO1.
SCOPE AND LIMITATIONS
 The PNP Field Training Officers Development Program
(FTODP) shall apply to PNP uniformed personnel with the
ranks raging from PO3 to PCINSP who are qualified to
become Field Training Officers (FTOs) to Police Trainees
(PTs) and to the Newly Appointed Police Commissioned
Officers (NAPCOs) under the 2nd phase of the Field
Training Program (FTP). The ranks of Police Inspector to
Police Chief Inspectors were included in this program to
serve as FTOs to suitably accommodate NAPCOs.
 In accordance with Sec 19 of RA 8551, “All uniformed
members of the PNP shall undergo a Field Training
Program for twelve (12) months involving actual
experience and assignment in patrol, traffic and
investigation as requirement for permanency of their
appointment.
DURATION OF THE PROGRAM

FTX/OJT Phase Duration (inclusive of 3


days evaluation at the
end of every phase)
Patrol 85 days
Investigation 60 days
Traffic 30 days
Final Evaluation 5 days
TOTAL 183 days
DEFINITION OF TERMS
 Daily Observation Report (DOR) – a documents that
shows the daily performance of a police trainee and
describes his/her strengths and weaknesses on a given
day
 Field Training Coordinator (FTC) – is a supervisor and
evaluator who works closely both with FTOs and
PTs/NAPCOs
 Field Training Exercise/On-the-Job Training (FTX/OJT) –
is a 6 month training program that involves actual
experienced and assignment in patrol, traffic, and
investigation works as a requirement for permanency
of appointment in the police service.
DEFINITION OF TERMS
 Field Training Officer (FTO) – is a coach, instructor,
supervisor, documenter, and evaluator of PTs either on
patrol, traffic, or investigation phase during FTX/OJT
 Field Training Officers Development Program (FTODP) –
is program that comprises two phases (1) the Field
Training Officers Course, and (2) the FTO Service Duty
obligation
 Filed Training Officer Course (FTOC) – is a 10 day
training designed to enhance the knowledge and skills
of experienced police officers with the ranks of PO3 to
PCINSP, given to them in preparation to their new role
once selected to act as FTOs to PTs/NAPCOs.
 Field Training Program (FTP) – is a 12 month program
inclusive of Public Safety Basic Course (PSBRC) and
Field Training Exercise/On the Job Training.
DEFINITION OF TERMS
 FTO Service Duty (FTOSD) – shall be the time requested
from FTOs in one of the three (3) phases of FTX/OJT
 Newly Appointed Police Commissioned Officer
(NAPCO) – refers to PNP uniformed personnel
appointed as PCO, who entered into the PNP service
either via lateral entry such as PNPA graduates and
technical officers, or those who have promoted/rose
from the ranks.
 Police Trainee – one who had completed the 6 month
Public Safety Basic Recruit Course (PSBRC) and is a
candidate for the six (6) month FTX/OJT
 Remedial Test – is a special test/exercise given to a
PT/NAPCO in consideration for his/her failures in the
first evaluation conducted by the designated FTO in
any of the three (3) phases of FTX/OJT
DEFINITION OF TERMS
 Termination Proceedings – it is a due process given to
the PTs/NAPCOs who failed to comply with the FTP
standards in any of the three phases of FTX/OJT
 Weekly Performance Report – is a consolidated report
prepared by the concerned FTC which reflects the
achievement of each PT/NAPCO for the week
 Regional Specialized Training Unit (RSTU) – is a training
unit under the PNP Training Service established to
cater all in – service training courses at the PRO level
and is headed by a Training Manager.
RESPONSIBILITIES PD/CD AND
COP
 Provide logistical, operational, and administrative
support for the conduct, continuity, and success
of the FTX/OJT;
 Assist the FTOs and PTs/NAPCOS in their
billeting/accommodation requirement;
 Provide Regional FTO Selection Board list of
available, qualified, and potential FTOs;
 Provide RSTU list of police stations where
PTs/NAPCOs can be deployed for FTX/OJT; and
 Perform other functions as required.
RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE
ADMIN PERSONNEL
 To check the daily attendance of FTOs,
PTs/NAPCOs.
 Submit a weekly attendance report to the
Training Section of the PPO/CPO and thereafter
be forwarded by the PD to the Chief, RPHRDD
copy furnished the Training Manager, RSTU
RESPONSIBILITIES OF FTO
 Prepare a Daily Observation Report
 Serve as a coach, instructor, motivator,
documenter, supervisor and evaluator to
PT/NAPCO assigned to him/her during FTX/OJT
 Shall convey a positive and objective attitude to
the PT/NAPCO
 Shall employ the combined skills of an
experienced police officer and a patient mentor
 Must be a leader and a role model who
represents the true mission and values of the PNP
organization, and
 Perform other functions are required
RESPONSIBILITIES OF FTC
 Collect the DOR accomplished by FTOs and prepare
the weekly performance report of PT based on the
DOR
 Ensure the proper implementation of the FTX/OJT
 Supervise and evaluate reports made by FTOs on the
PT/NAPCOS
 Recommend before the PRO/NSU Termination Board
the termination from the police service of
PTs/NAPCOs who failed the FTX/OJT
 Review, compile, and monitor evaluation to
PTs/NAPCOs ensuring fairness and impartiality
 Assist the FTOs in the preparation of remedial
 Disseminate to FTOs directives and guidelines coming
from higher units, and
 Perform other functions as required.
STATUS
 TEMPORARY/PROBATIONARY PERIOD

 12 month period were newly appointed PCO through


lateral entry possess a temporary status pending the
completion of the Public Safety Training Program
(Public Safety Officers Basic Course and Field Training
Exercise
 Privilege is not the same as Regular Police Officer
 Under training
BILLETING
 Should Be Vetted By The Police Station For Safety
And Security
 Should Stay In One Compound
 Separate Room For Female But In Same
Compound With Male
 Maintain Logbook and Duty Detail acknowledge
by NAPCOs and Noted by FTO
 Designate Recorder/Desk officer From 5pm To
10pm
 Abide rules and regulation of the resident
manager
 Avoid rowdy attitude and activities that might
disturb the residential compound or put the PNP in
bad light
POLICIES AND PROCEDURE
 NAPCOs are not allowed to JOIN REGULAR
POLICE OPERATIONS
 Checkpoints
 Hot Pursuit Operation
 CDM
 Police Intervention
 Active observer, Passive performer
 Attend Seminars ,Trainings
 Pregnancy Test for Female before
Deployment
POLICIES AND PROCEDURE

 Not allowed to go on leave


 Only the TM has the authority to grant pass
 Passes is ONLY ALLOWED
 Court Hearing
 Death of spouse, ascendant,
descendant, Siblings
 Immediate Medical Concern
 Command Activity
DO’s
General Guidelines:
 At the station, the Administrative Section has
functional supervision over the program being also
the human resource training and development staff;
 The COP shall ensure that the Field Training
Program (FTP) shall be implemented in accordance with
the FTP manual to attain the objectives of the FTP; and
 While the Chief of Police shall ultimately be
responsible for the success of FTP in his locality, the
day-to-day operations of the program shall be
designated to his Administrative Officer (PCO), who shall
assume the position as Chief, FTC in a concurrent
capacity.
DO’s

Specific Guidelines (Chief of Police):


 Admits the police recruits assigned to his station by
higher headquarters for field training;
 Issue orders assigning police recruits to undergo FTP in
the station;
 Issue orders designating FTOs to each police recruit;
 Meet the concern of the staffs at the start of the FTP
and if warranted, include Field Training Activities in their
reports;
 Support the FTP and ensure its success;
DO’s

Specific Guidelines (Chief of Police):

 Ensure that the rules and policies of the FTP are


followed and that no violations are committed;
 Recommend for the termination of Police recruits
who failed the evaluation;
 Submit required reports to higher headquarters; and
 Perform other duties on orders.
DO’s

Specific Guidelines (C, FTC – Station Admin Officer):


 Ensure the proper implementation of FTP;
 Collect the DOR accomplish by FTOs and prepare
the Weekly Performance Report of the FTX/OJT;
 Disseminate to FTOs directives and guidance coming
from higher units;
 Designate another set of FTOs for PTs/ NAPCOs
recommended to undergo remedial test;
 Assist the FTOs in the preparation of remedial test of
PTs/NAPCOs;
DO’s

Specific Guidelines (C, FTC – Station Admin Officer):


 Supervise and evaluate the performance of the FTOs as
well as consolidate the evaluation reports made by FTOs
on the PT/NAPCOs;
 Recommend before the PRO/NSU Termination Board
the termination from the police service of PT/NAPCOs
who failed the FTX;
 Review compile, and monitor evaluation to PTs/NAPCOs
ensuring fairness and impartiality;
DON’Ts
COP or any member of Police Station
 Intervening in the deployment of the FTPs/OJTs, except
in providing the FTOs with Deployment Plan for the
Patrol, Traffic and Investigation Phase of the OJT
Program;
 Directing or allowing the FTPs/OJTs to conduct or carry
out police functions without the supervision and
observation of the FTOs. (Ex. Entry blotter, traffic
accidents, Search Warrant, Warrant of Arrest etc.)
DON’Ts
Field Training Officer
 Not supervising the OJT in the actual performance of
police work;
 Harassing, intentionally embarrassing or treating in a
demeaning manner any police recruit undergoing the
FTP. Name-calling or use of derogatory terms by the
FTO are not acceptable. FTOs shall not show their
anger or frustration while they are working with the
police recruit. Remember-praise in public, correct in
private;
 Associating with or socializing with the police recruit
when he/she is off duty. Any relationship with him/her
shall be strictly professional;
DON’Ts
Field Training Officer
 Making discriminatory or sexist remarks against any
police recruit;
 Making sexual remarks or advances towards any
police recruit in the program;
 Accepting gifts from or giving gifts to the police
recruit;
 Attempting to agitate or anger citizens, suspects or
prisoners. Comments of any types that are intended
to agitate or cause anger will not be tolerated;
DON’Ts
Field Training Officer
 Dating or attempting to date police recruits while they
are in the FTP. If a FTO is related to a student or if
he/she had a special relationship with the police
recruit officer that began before the latter was in the
program, the C, FTC must be advised of this.
Consideration can then be given to placing the
recruit with another FTO other than the person with the
special relationship. The requirement is to eliminate
allegations of possible bias by the FTO regarding the
police recruit. The intent is to maintain the
maximum effectiveness of the FTO in his job.
DON’Ts
Police Trainee
 Not to bribe his FTO, FTS, C,FTC, COP;
 Not to use other persons to pressure or influence
his FTO, FTS, C FTC and COP;
 Do not cheat during quizzes conducted by his
FTO or copy reports of his co-police recruits or
other police personnel and submit them as
his/her own;
 Do not violate any law (Revised Penal Code,
Special Laws) and PNP rules and regulations.
 Conduct or carry out police functions without the
supervision and observation of the FTOs. (Ex. Entry
blotter, traffic accidents, Search Warrant, Warrant of
Arrest etc.
DON’Ts
 Not to Carry Firearms
 Not to Drink in Public Places
 Not to Enter in Casino, Gambling Dens and Houses of Ill
Refutes
 Do not Post compromising Pictures, Statements, and
opinions in Social Media
 No posting of PNP memorandums, orders, letters and other
issuances in Social media
 Avoid sleeping, smoking, reading newspaper and
unnecessary texting while on duty
COMPLIANCES

 Weekly After Activity Report (AAR)


 Submission of Daily Observation Report
(FTO) every week
 Create FB for the Class
 All activities must be posted in FB
particularly the Daily Devotion Activity
(Morning and Night)
 Reveille , Stretching Exercise, Jog Walk,
TIMELINE 2019
Patrol Phase
# of
DATE # of Days MODULE
Hours
Apr 10-12,
3 24  RSTU Orientation
2019
 Courtesy Call to PD
 Courtesy Call to COP, Mayor, SB
 Familiarization of Boundaries , Vital Installations,
VIPs , Crime: Clock, Trend, Prone Areas
Apr 13-21,
7 56  Do’s and Dont’s in the Police Station
2019
 Conduct Review on the Implan Semana Santa of
your City/Municipality Practical exercise Nr 1. per
team
 Holy Week Detail
 Basic Duties, and Responsibilities of a Patrol Officer
 Police Intervention Management
Apr 22-28,
7 56  Formulate IMPLAN: Halalan ( Scenario Attack of
2019
NPA within the outlying polling Center w/in AOR
per Municipality ) Practical Exercise Nr.2 per team
TIMELINE 2019
Patrol Phase
# of # of
DATE MODULE
Days Hours

 Police Community Relation/ Information’s


Operation
Apr 29- May 05,
7 56  Determine Crime which will happen on Election Day
2019
 Formulate checklist on crimes which will happen during
Election Day Practical Exercise Nr 3.

May 06-May 12,


7 56  PNP Operational Procedure 2013 Lecture
2019
May 13-May 19,  Conduct SSI of Vital Installation w/ AOR , one per
7 56
2019 NAPCO Practical Exercise Nr 4

 Review and make a position paper on the


May 20-May 26,
7 56 improvement of Deployment Plan W/ AOR per team
2019
Practical Exercise Nr5
TIMELINE 2019
Patrol Phase
# of # of
DATE MODULE
Days Hours

 Formulate Implan : “Lock Down “ conduct of Quad


driven operations , consider simultaneous deployment
May 27-Jun 02, 2019 7 56 of dragnet oprn outside and within AOR (possible
scenario Shooting to death of VIP) Practical Exercise Nr 6
per team

 Conduct SSI on the CPS/MPS focusing on the insider


threat and outsider threat , on people, Information,
Jun 03- Jun 09, 2019 7 56
Policies and Equipment. Practical exercise Nr 7. per
team
July 10-15, 2019 6 48  Evaluation Patrol Phase
SUB TOTAL
THANK YOU AND GOD BLESS!