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

MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR NO. 2008 _ G04

PRESCRIBING GUIDELINES IN THE PLACEMENT OF POLICE COMMISSIONED OFFICERS TO STAFF POSITIONS IN THE POLICE REGIONAL OFFICES AND NATIONAL SUPPORT UNITS, REGIONAL CHIEFS OF NSUs, GROUP DIRECTORS OF REGIONAUPROVINCIAL MOBILE GROUPS, CHIEFS OF POLICE (COPs) OF CITY POLICE STATIONS (CPS) AND MUNICIPAL POLICE STATIONS (MPS) AND OTHER POSITIONS OF RESPONSIBILITY

WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 14 of the R.A. No. 6975, as amended, the National Police Commission (Napolcom) is mandated to exercise administrative control and operational supervision over the Philippine National Police (PNP);

WHEREAS, there is a need to improve the current placement system of Police Commissioned Officers (PCOs) in the Police Regional Offices (PROs) and National Support Units (NSUs) and create equal access and opportunity for professional growth and career advancement for all qualified PCOs regardless of the source of commission, gender or affiliation, among others;

WHEREAS, the PNP prepared guidelines in the Placement of Police Commissioned Officers to Staff Positions in the Police Regional Offices and National Support Units, Regional Chiefs of NSUs, Group Directors of Regional/Provincial Mobile Groups, Chiefs of Police (COPs) of City Police Stations (CPS) and Municipal Police Stations (MPS) and Other Positions of Responsibility;

WHEREAS, after consideration of said guidelines, the Commission finds the same to be in order;

NOW, THEREFORE, the Commission in the exercise of its constitutional mandate to administer and control the PNP, HAS RESOLVED TO PRESCRIBE, AS IT HEREBY PRESCRIBES, the Guidelines in the Placement of Police Commissioned Officers to Staff Positions in the Police Regional Offices and National Support Units, Regional Chiefs of NSUs, Group Directors of RegionallProvincial Mobile Groups, Chiefs of Police (COPs) of City Police Stations (CPS) and Municipal Police Stations (MPS) and Other Positions of Responsibility.

Section 1. PURPOSE. - This Circular prescribes the policies and guidelines governing the selection and placement of Police Commissioned Officers to Staff Positions in the Police Regional Offices and National Support Units, Regional Chiefs of NSUs, Group Directors of Police RegionallProvincial Mobile Groups, Chiefs of Police of City/Municipal Police Stations and other positions of responsibility.

Section 2. DECLARATION OF POLICY. -Consistent with the provisions of Republic Act No. 6975, as amended by Republic Act No. 8551 and other pertinent laws, it is hereby declared the policy of the PNP to promote professionalism and fairness through the institution of a placement system in the designation of Staff Officers to staff positions in the Police Regional Offices and National Support Units, Regional Chiefs of NSUs, Group Directors of ponce Regional/Provincial Mobile Groups, Chiefs of Police of City/Municipal Police Stations and other positions of responsibility

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Section 3. OBJECTIVES. This Circular aims to:

a. Improve the current placement system of Police Commissioned Officers in

the Police Regional Offices and National Support Units level through the institutionalization of an objective placement system that is firmly anchored on the principles of merit and fitness;

b. Create equal access and opportunity for professional growth and career

advancement for all qualified PC Os regardless of the source of commission, gender or affiliation; and,

c. Provide guidelines for the fair adjudication of any protest, complaint or

grievance ariSing from the implementation of this Circular.

Section 4. DEFINITION OF TERMS. - For purposes of this Circular, the following terms are hereby defined:

a. Administrative Case - It is a formal inquiry, in furtherance of public accountability, to determine whether a PNP member committed a violation of existing laws, rules, regulations and policies. It shall be deemed formally filed and pending upon receipt and entry of the approved pre-charge evaluation report in the official docket of the Disciplinary Authority until a decision thereof becomes final and executory. A complaint undergoing pre-charge evaluation shall not be considered an administrative case.

b. Administrative Duty - It refers to the designation to positions involving purely clerical, staff and managerial functions. It indudes assignment to NHQ PNP, National Administrative Support Units, PRO and NSU Headquarters, except operating units, HSS and other headquarters support units.

c. Career Path or Pattern - It is the course by which PNP personnel progress in the service through a system of rotation of assignments in command, staff, technical and training duties including exposure to a variety of police operation and administrative experiences that enable them to develop as a well rounded police officers and advance to positions of greater responsibility.

d. Criminal Case - It is a proceeding in court as a result of the filing of information or complaint charging a PNP member with an act or omission or a violation of special law which is criminal in nature. It is considered pending upon the filing of the information with the court until the decision becomes final and executory.

e. Field Duty- It is the deSignation to positions performing essential and purely police functions, i.e law enforcement, crime prevention and security operations, intelligence, investigation, training and police community relations. It includes assignment to police precincts, stations, CPOIPPOs, operating units of PROs, and the regional offices and operating divisions of the National Operational Support Units.

f. Fitness - It refers to the appropriateness or suitability of an officer to hold a particular position based on an established set of criteria.

g. Geographical ASSignment - It refers to the location and/or nature of unit assignment of personnel; used as one of the bases for evaluation of the wellroundedness of an officer. It does not refer only to the assignment in a particular island grouping, i.e. Luzon, Visayas or Mindanao, nor shall it be used to discriminate for or against a particular area, region, province, city or municipality. Geographical assignments shall be classffied as urban or rural, and national, regional or local. For purposes of this Circular, personnel assigned to maneuver operational units like PNP SAF, RSAF/RMGs, Regional Offices of NSUs and mobile training teams maybe

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considered as having served in the different regions or provinces where their units were actually deployed.

h. Staff Positions in the PROs - It refers to positions of major responsibility over an office or unit. The staff positions in the PROs are as follows:

Chief, RPHRDD Chief, RID Chief, ROPD Chief, RLD Chief, RCD Chief, RIDMD Chief, RPCRD

i. Staff Positions in the NSUs - These are the Chiefs of Division of the different National Support Units (Annex "An).

j. Une Officers - PCOs mandated to perform essential and purely police functions, i.e. law enforcement, crime prevention and investigation, intelligence, internal security operations, and related administrative work, who were originally commissioned and/or absorbed into the Philippine National Police by virtue of RA 6975 from the defunct Philippine Constabularyllntegrated National Police and the Armed Forces of the Philippines who were assigned with the PC Narcotics Command, Aviation Security Command and Maritime Command, investigators from the PC Criminal Investigation Service, graduates of the Philippine National Police Academy (PNPA) and the National Police Commission, and SP04s promoted to Inspector through regular or meritorious circumstances. For purposes of determining their respective competencies vis-a-vis selection and placement, line officers may be classified as either Command Line Officers or Staff Line Officers.

1) Command Une - This refers to the career path of line officers who

have held or are qualified to hold key positions in the PNP because of their command, leadership and managerial competence, well-rounded experience in administrative and field duty, and diversified geographical assignments.

2) Staff Une - It refers to the career path of line officers who have

specialized in a particular police operational skill or functional field, e.g. administration (personnellhuman resource managemenUplanning), administrative investigation, and intelligence, logistiCS, finance, police community relations, etc., or those who have spent most of their active service as staff officer or in administrative assignments.

k. Ust of Eligibles - It refers to the roster of officers who meet the mandatory

requirements set for a particular position and minimum qualification standards for a particular rank based on the Revised PNP Qualification Standards.

I. Mandatory Requirements - For purposes of this Circular, it refers to the

qualifications that an officer must possess in order to be considered in the placement to a certain position.

m. Merit - It refers to the qualities or characteristics of an officer who

deserves recognition or commendation.

n. Placement - It refers to the selection and designation of an officer to a

certain position.

o. Police Regional Officers' Placement Board (PROPB) - It refers to the

group of officers duly authorized to undertake the screening and evaluation of officers

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due for promotion and/or placement to key positions and other positions of responsibility in the PNP in the Police Regional Offices.

p. National Support Units Officers' Placement Board (NSUOPB) -It refers to

the group of officers duly authorized to undertake the screening and evaluation of officers due for promotion and/or placement to key positions and other positions of responsibility in the PNP in the National Support Units.

q. Physical Profile

1) P-1 - may engage in fatiguing work, marching and prolonged hand-

to-hand fighting (combat) for long period of time. Free from any disease.

2) P-2 - may be exposed to the same rigors as P1 but may have

minor defects as slight limitation of joint movements; still qualified for combat duty; Free from any disease.

3) P-3 - may serve in support capacities induding ability to march,

work for long period of time and can defend himself in close encounter but can no longer be deployed for combat duty or tactical units; and

4) P-4 - unqualified for police service as he fails to meet the criteria

for the first three (3) dassifications.

r. Police Commissioned Officers (PCOs) - These are active PNP uniformed

personnel with the rank of Inspector up to Director General.

s. Selection - It refers to the process by which Police Commissioned Officers

are screened and evaluated based on the criteria set for a particular position with the end in view of choosing the most qualified for the said position.

t. Seniority Uneal Ust - It is a hierarchical listing of all uniformed police

personnel based on established criteria and guidelines indicating their relative seniority by rank.

u. Seniority Range - It refers to the hierarchical order of seniOrity by virtue of

the year of commissionship of Police Commissioned Officers regardless of their source of commissionship

Officers who were promoted ahead of their peers through special promotion shall be treated as part of the seniority range in the current ranking in the Seniority Lineal List (SLL) and not their original year of commission. Thus, even if the officer was commissioned in 1986 and his current seniority range is equivalent to that of 1982, then he/she shall be treated as batch 1982.

Section 5. APPLICABILITY. - This Circular shall apply to all Police Commissioned Officers from the ranks of Police Inspector to Police Senior Superintendent.

The following are the positions of responsibility in the Police Regional Offices based on the PNP Staffing Pattern and Table of Organization, herein listed according to the degree of importance:

POSITIONS RANK REQUIREMENT
Chief, RPHRDD Senior Superintendent
Chief, RID Senior Superintendent
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Chief, RLD Senior Superintendent
Chief, RCD Senior Superintendent
Chief, RIDMD Senior Superintendent
Chief, RPCRD Senior Superintendent
Chief, RHSSG Senior Superintendent
Group Director, RMG Senior Superintendent
COP of City Police Stations of NCRPO Senior Superintendent
COP of Pateros Municipal Police Station Senior Superintendent
Group Director, PMG Superintendent
COP of City Police Stations
Class "A" Superintendent
Class "8" Superintendent
Class "C" Superintendent
COP of Municipal Police Stations:
Class "A" Superintendent
Class "8" Chief Inspector
Class "C" Senior Inspector The positions of responsibility in the National Support Units based on the PNP Staffing Pattern and Table of Organization, according to the degree of importance are listed in Annex "8".

Section 6. GOVERNING PRINCIPLES ON PLACEMENT. - The principles that govern placement are the following:

a. PNP Rank Structure

The rank structure of the Police Regional Offices and National Support Units shall be determined and prescribed in accordance with existing laws and issuances. The Chief, RPHRDD through the PROPB, shall fill-up the positions through selection of PCOs from a List of Eligibles, preferably from the locality.

For NSUs, the Chief, Administrative Division thru the NSUOP8 shall fill-up the positions through selection of PCOs from a List of Eligibles from the unit.

b. Minimum Qualification Standards

All PC Os shall possess the required experience, education, training, and eligibility pursuant to the latest Qualification Standards prescribed by the NAPOLCOM before they are considered for placement in certain positions.

c. Confirmation by the NAPOLCOM Regional Director

All designations to positions enumerated in this Circular made by the Regional Directors of PROs and Directors, National Support Units shall remain interim in nature until after confirmed by the NAPOLCOM. No PCO shall be deSignated to a certain position unless he or she holds the minimum qualification standards for the rank required for the position.

d. The Concept of Seniority Range

There shall be a considerable balance between competencies and seniority. Candidates must neither be too junior nor too senior (overqualified) for a particular position. While the PNP culture considers seniority as an important criterion in the selection and placement of officers, the performance, competencies and qualifications of candidates shall be taken into account with more importance.

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e. One- Year-before-Retirement Rule

Pursuant to para. 4, Sec. 25, RA 8551, except for the Chief, PNP, no PNP member who has less than one (1) year of service before reaching the compulsory retirement age shall be promoted to a higher rank or designated to any position other than what he or she is currently holding. Any deSignation or appointment to this effect shall be considered void ab initio and maybe contested by any interested party.

f. Career Ladder for Senior Officers

The placement of officers shall be in accordance with the career ladder in the second and third level. Any officer who has held a position for at least six (6) months shall be disqualified from holding another position which is lower than what he/she previously held.

g. Transparency in the Selection Process

The C, RPHRDD/Chief, Administrative Division shall cause the publication of soon-to-be vacated positions as well as the list of eligibles to those positions before the PROPB/NSUOPB conducts its deliberations. No PCO shall be included in the List of Eligibles for a particular position unless he possesses all the mandatory requirements for that position. Likewise, no officer who is not induded in the said list maybe designated to any of the positions in the PROs/NSUs. Any violation hereto shall make the designation void ab initio; hence, can be contested before any administrative body.

h. Balanced Administrative and Field Duty

PCOs who have served a maximum continuous period of two (2) years field duty shall be assigned to an administrative duty position. Similarly, those who have held administrative duty positions for more than two years shall be projected to a field duty assignment.

i. Maximum Tour of Duty in a PRO Key Position

In order to promote a wider field of experience and expertise and to accommodate and give opportunity to an increasing number of qualified officers, PCOs may hold the following key positions for a maximum cumulative period indicated:

Position

Maximum Cumulative Period

PRO/NSU Staff Positions Chief, of Regional NSUs Chief, RHSSG

Group Director, RMG Group Director, PMG Chief of Police

three (3) years two (2) years two (2) years two (2) years two (2) years six (6) years

j. Next-in-line Projections

There shall be a sound career management and planning for PCOs. The pool of candidates shall not only indude possible replacements to a vacant or soon-tobe vacated position but also the next-in-line potential candidates to enable them to make plans, programs and necessary preparations. Selected next-in-line candidate may undergo short term management/executive courses or be appointed deputy of the incumbent.

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k. Designation of Chief of Police in Citv/Municipal Police Stations

1) Chief of Police of City/Municipal Police Stations may hold the

position for a maximum cumulative period of six (6) years;

2) The maximum tour of duty of Chiefs of Police in a City/Municipal

Police Station shall be for a maximum of three (3) years per type of city/municipality. In the first year of incumbency, the COP shall not be relieved or recalled from duty except for cause, in which case appropriate administrative disciplinary measure shall be filed;

3) As a general rule, COP designation shall be initially to Class "C"

Municipal Police Stations for at least two (2) years. Second term deSignation as COP shall be Class "B" to Class" A" MPS or City Police Stations;

4) In no case shall a PCO who has been designated as COP to a

superior Class Municipality/City Police Stations be allowed to be deSignated to an inferior Class Municipality/City Police Stations;

5) COPs shall not be relieved or recalled from his assignment and/or

position on account of change of leadership either on the part of the PNP or the local government; and

I. Officers with Pending Cases and ASSignments after Reinstatement

Officers with pending non-service-related administrative or criminal cases or those serving preventive suspension shall not be included in the list of eligibles. Officers who have been reinstated after serving an administrative sanction shall be given minor administrative duties for at least one (1) year before they are considered to a certain position. Those who were reinstated by reason of exoneration shall be considered for placement immediately upon reinstatement.

m. PCOs on secondment. detail and in "Floating" Status

PCOs who were on secondment or on detail to other government agencies upon their return to the PNP mainstream and those who have not held any position for more than six months shall be assigned to any position for at IEtst one year before they are designated to positions commensurate to their rank.

Section 7. OFFICERS PLACEMENT BOARD (OPB)

a. There shall be organized a PROPB composed of the following Senior

Police Commissioned Officers holding positions of responsibility in the PROs:

Deputy Regional Director for Administration Chairman
Deputy Regional Director for Operation Vice-Chairman
Regional Chief Directorial Staff Member
Chief, RPHRDD Member
Chief, RID Member
Chief, ROPD Member
Chief, RLD Member
Chief, RDC Member
Chief, RPCRD Member
Chief, RIDMD Member
Policewoman Representative Member
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b. There shall be organized a NSUOPB composed of the following Senior

Police Commissioned Officers holding positions of responsibility in the NSUs:

Deputy Director Chairman
Chief of Staff Vice-Chairman
Divisions Chiefs Members
Chief, Administrative Division Member/Head Secretariat
Policewoman Representative Member Section 8. MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS FOR PRO/NSU LEVEL

POSITIONS. - The candidates for the following positions must possess the mandatory requirements and qualifications indicated:

a. PRO/NSU Staff Positions:

1 ) Rank of Police Senior Superintendent;

2) Minimum one year experience as Deputy Chief of Division of NHQ

Directorial StaffIPROs/NSUs OR AS COP WITH AT LEAST ONE MORE YEAR BEFORE REACHING THE MAXIMUM TENURE, or Chief, PPO Division;

3) 4) and issuances.

PSUPTs occupying PSSUPT positions for at least one (1) year; and

Other mandatory requirements for placement under existing laws

b. Group Directors of Regional Mobile Groups:

1) Rank of Police Senior Superintendent;

2) Minimum one year experience as Group Director of Provincial

Mobile Groups, COPs of City Police Stations, Deputy Chief of PRO Staff Positions; and

3) and issuances.

Other mandatory requirements for placement under existing laws

c. Chiefs of Regional National Support Units:

1 ) Rank of Police Senior Superintendent;

2) Minimum one year experience as Division Chiefs of NSUs,

Assistance Regional Chiefs of NSUs, Provincial Chiefs of NSUs, Deputy Division Chiefs of NSUs; and

3) and issuances.

Other mandatory requirements for placement under existing laws

d. Group Director, PPMGs:

1) Rank of Police Superintendent in permanent status;

2) Minimum one year experience as Deputy of PPMG, COP of Class

"A" Municipal Police Stations, Section Chiefs of PRO Divisions; and

3) and issuances.

Other mandatory requirements for placement under existing laws

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e. Chiefs of Police of NCRPO City Police Stations including COP of

Pateros Police Station

1) RANK OF POLICE SENIOR SUPERINTENDENT;

2) Minimum one year experience as Deputy Chief of Division of NHQ

Directorial StafflPROsINSUs OR AS COP WITH AT LEAST ONE MORE YEAR BEFORE REACHING THE MAXIMUM TENURE, or Deputy Chief of P/CPOs;

2) 3) and issuances.

PSUPTs occupying PSSUPT positions for at least one (1) year; and

Other mandatory requirements for placement under existing laws

f. Chiefs of Police of City Police Stations:

1 ) Rank of Police Superintendent in permanent status;

2) Minimum one-year experience as Deputy COP of City Police

Stations, COP of Class "A" and "B" Municipal Police Stations; Section Chiefs of PRO Divisions; and

3) and issuances.

Other mandatory requirements for placement under existing laws

g. Chiefs of Police of Class "A" Municipal Police Stations:

1) Rank of Police Superintendent in permanent status;

2) Minimum one year experience as Deputy Group Director of PPMG, Deputy Chief of City Police Stations, Deputy Chief of Class "A" Municipal Police Stations, COP of Class "B" and "c" Municipal Police Stations; and

3) and issuances.

Other mandatory requirements for placement under existing laws

h. Chiefs of Police of Class "B" Municipal Police Stations:

1 ) Rank of Police Chief Inspector in permanent status;

2) Minimum one year experience as Deputy COP of Class "A"

Municipal Police Stations, COP of Class "c" Municipal Police Stations, Deputy PPMG; and

3) and issuances.

Other mandatory requirements for placement under existing laws

i. Chiefs of Police of Class "C" Municipal Police Stations

1 ) Rank of Police Senior Inspector in permanent status;

2) Minimum one year experience· as Deputy COP of Class "C"

Municipal Police Stations, Action Officer of RHQlPPO, Staff Officer of RMG/PMG, Station/Precinct Commanders of City Police Stations; and

3) and issuances.

Other mandatory requirements for placement under existing laws

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j. Line Staff Positions:

1) The pool of staff line officers shall be given priority in the placement

to PRO Staff positions in accordance with their respective fields of expertise or specialization as induded in the Competency List of the different directorates. The following are the functional fields of specialization in the PNP (induding all units and NSUs under their respective functional groupings):

DPRM - personnel administration and human resource management (HRM); qualified officers shall be conferred Human Resource ManagementComperenc~

DHRDD - training and education; qualified officers shall be conferred Human Resource Development Competency;

DIDM - criminal investigation and detective management; qualified officers shall be conferred Investigation and Detective Management Competency;

DI - administrative, operational and strategic intelligence; qualified officers shall be conferred Intelligence Management Competency;

DO - operations management; qualified officers shall be conferred Operations Management Competency;

OPL - strategic planning and program management; qualified officers shall be conferred Strategic Planning Management Competency;

DPCR - police, community and media relations; qualified officers shall be conferred Strategic Communications Management Competency

DC - fiscal· management and comptrollership; qualified officers shall be conferred Comptrollership Executive Competency;

DL - logistics and supply chain management; qualified officers shall be conferred Logistics Management Competency; and

DRD - research & development (R & D); qualified officers shall be conferred R&D Management Competency.

Section 9. RATING SYSTEM. - For purposes of objectivity in evaluating the merit and fitness of officers for selection and placement to certain positions and other posltlons of responsibility, the following criteria shall be considered as a guide:

a. Seniority (10%)

The relative seniority of an officer shall be based on the current Seniority Lineal List and not by his or her source of commissionship or date of commission or retirement. The time-in-grade in the present rank shall be the primary determinant followed only by the length of service as police commissioned officer and the date of compulsory retirement if the candidates have the same TIG. The most senior in terms of time-in-grade automatically gets ten (100A.) percent while the rest gets 1% less for every full year difference in TIG.

b. Command and Leadership Competence (20%)

An officer's educational background and training normally determine his area of specialization and expertise. Candidates with education and trainings related to the position applied for gets the maximum points while those without the related

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education and trainings gets 5% deduction. Since police work is diverse and multifaceted, key positions and other positions of responsibility require not only managerial skills but also a strong academic foundation. Ratings under this criterion shall take into account the education and training that are relevant to the position. Recognition shall be given to officers who have shown outstanding achievements in the required courses/training.

c. Field and Administrative Duty Experience (20%)

This criterion shall determine the well-roundedness of an officer as determined by the balance of his past field and administrative duties. This shall take into consideration a more or less balanced assignment in an administrative capacity (staff and related functions) and field units involved in essential police functions of Jaw enforcement, crime prevention and security operations, intelligence, investigation, and police community relations. Officers without any field or administrative assiqnrnent automatically get a 5% deduction.

d. Geographical Assignment (15%)

The geographical assignment of an officer shall not be determined by the island grouping of his former units but rather the environment of the city or municipality in which he/she was assigned. This criterion shall take into consideration experience of an officer in a rural or urban setting, and whether he was assigned in a national, regional and local unit. Persomel assigned to maneuver operational units like PNP SAF, Regional Offices of NSU's and mobile training teams maybe considered as having served in the different regions or provinces where their ~its were actually deployed. Officers who have no urban or rural assigrment get an automatic three (3%) percent deduction. Similarly, those who have no national, regional or local assignment get three (3%) percent deduction each.

e. Service Reputation (20%)

Under this criterion, the candidate shall be evaluated based on all information and records available to the Board. It shall consider the professional and personal character of an officer based on feedbacks from his former chiefs, supervisors, directors, peers and superiors.

f. Awards, Recognition and Fitness (15%)

This criterion takes into account the awards and recognition received by a candidate in a PNP/UnitlOffice Annual Awards (Best PC 0) or based on his accomplishment of assigned tasks or mission, and fitness to cope up with the rigors of the job.

Section 9. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

a. RPHRDD/Administrative Division

1) Shall act as Head, Secretariat of the PRO/NSU OPB; consolidate

all evaluation ratings of the different directorates;

2) Office of Primary Responsibility (OPR) for the criteria (a) Seniority

and (b) Awards, Recognition and Fitness; evaluate the candidates based on the said criteria;

3) aPR for the criterion Command, Leadership and Managerial

Competence; evaluate the candidates based on their command, leadership and managerial competence;

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4) Prepare List of Eligibles;

5) Issue and implement orders for relief and designation; and

6) Perform other task as directed.

b. ROPD

1) OPR for the criterion Field and Administrative Duty; evaluate the

well-roundedness of the candidates based on their field and administrative duties performed; and

2) Perform other task as directed.

c. RID

1) OPR for the criterion on Derogatory Records (DR), Counter

Intelligence (CI) and Counter Background Investigation (CBI) as basis in the evaluation of the candidates reputation established through the years; and

2) Perform other task as directed.

d. RIDMD

1 ) Prepare and consolidate report of administrative and criminal cases

of officers projected to key positions and other positions of responsibility, if any; and

2) Perform other task as directed.

Section 11. COMPLAINTS AND GRIEVANCES:

a. The PRO/NSU Placement Board (PROPB/NSUOPB) shall entertain

complaints and grievances related to the implementation of the promotion and placement system within fifteen (15) days from the publication of the order.

b. Complaints and grievances shall be submitted in writing and must be

under oath. The Board shall resolve such complaints expeditiously from receipt.

c. Officers who are currently holding the positions or other positions of

responsibility as defined herein and are adversely affected by this Circular shall be allowed to complete their tour of duty unless sooner relieved by competent authority. Once relieved, these officers shall satisfy the mandatory requirements set forth in this Circular before they can be considered again for placement to another position.

Section 12. TRANSITORY PROVISIONS

a. There shall be a two-month information campaign to disseminate the

provisions of this Circular. During this period, all senior officers not holding third level positions shall be given appropriate designations.

b. The PRO/NSU Officer's Placement Board shall then start implementing

the provisions of this Circular after the said period.

Section 13. REPEALING CLAUSE. - All existing NAPOLCOM and PNP policies and issuances inconsistent with this Circular are hereby rescinded.

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Section 14. EFFECTIVITY. This Memorandum Circular shall take effect after fifteen (15) days from the filing of a copy hereof at the University of the Philippine Law Center in consonance with Sections 3 and 4 of Chapter 2, Book VII of Executive Order No. 292, otherwise known as "The Revised Administrative Gode of 1987", as amended.

APPROVED this 18ta day of MAR __ O_ll 2008 at Makati City.

~PUNO Chairperson, Napolcom

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Commissioner~ .

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Attested by:

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Annex "A"

POLICE SENIOR SUPERINTENDENT POSITIONS NATIONAL SUPPORT UNITS

NR OFFICE POSITIONS RANK
1 LSS Chief, Administrative Division PSSUPT
2 lSS Chief, Operations Division PSSUPT
3 LSS Chief, Supply Storage & Distribution DIvision , PSSUPT
4 LSS Chief, Explosives Ordnance Division / PSSUPT
5 lSS Chief, Transportation and Maintenance Division PSSUPT
6 CS Chief, Administrative Division PSSUPT
7 CS Chief, Computer Training Research Division ' PSSUPT
8 CS Chief, Network Management Division .,- PSSUPT
9 FS Chief, Administrative Division PSSUPT
10 FS Chief, Revenue & Collection Division .,- PSSUPT
11 FS Chief, Electronic Data Processing Division / PSSUPT
12 FS Chief, Disbursement Division , PSSUPT
13 FS Chief, NHQ & NSU Finance Unit (14th) , PSSUPT
14 HS Chief, Medical Division , PSSUPT
15 HS Chief, Dental Division , PSSUPT
16 HS Chief, Nursing Division .r PSSUPT
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18 HS Chief, PNP General Hospital, HS / PSSUPT
19 HS . Chief, PNP Central Dental Dispensary, HS ,. PSSUPT
20 HS Chief, Regional Medical and Dental Unit NCRPO / PSSUPT
21 HS Chief, Regional Medical and Dental Unit 1 PSSUPT
22 HS Chief, Regional Medical and Dental Unit 2 PSSUPT
23 HS Chief, Regional Medical and Dental Unit 3 , PSSUPT
24 HS Chief, Regional Medical and Dental Unit 4A ,- PSSUPT
25 HS ~hief, Regional Medical and Dental Unit 48 PSSUPT
26 HS Chief, Regional Medical and Dental Unit 5 , PSSUPT
27 HS Chief, Regional Medical and Dental Unit 6 /' PSSUPT
28 HS Chief, Regional Medical and Dental Unit 7 , PSSUPT
29 HS Chief, Regional Medical and Dental Unit 8 PSSUPT
30 HS Chief, Regional Medical and Dental Unit 9 PSSUPT
31 HS Chief, Regional Medical and Dental Unit 10 PSSUPT
32 HS Chief, Regional Medical and Dental Unit 11 .,- PSSUPT
33 HS Chief, Regional Medical and DentallJnit 12 PSSUPT
34 HS Chief, Regional Medical and Dental Unit 13 PSSUPT
~35 HS Chief, Regional Medical and Dental Unit CAR . ' PSSUPT ,

Annex "A"

POLICE SENIOR SUPERINTENDENT POSITIONS NATIONAL SUPPORT UNITS

36 HS Chief, Regional Medical and Dental Unit ARMM /' PSSUPT
37 CES Chief, Installation & Maintenance Division , PSSUPT
38 CES Chief, Facilities Operations & RecordslCorncenter Division I PSSUPT
39 CES Chief, Administrative Division PSSUPT
40 CES Chief, Communication Development & Training Division / PSSUPT
41 . CES Chief, Regional Communication Electronics Service 1
42 CES Chief, Regional Communication Electronics Service 2 PSSUPT
43 CES Chief, Regional Communication Electronics Service 3 /' PSSUPT
44 CES Chief, Regional Communication Electronics Service 4-A /' PSSUPT
45 CES Chief, Regional Communication Electronics Service 4-B PSSUPT
46 CES Chief, Regional Communication Electronics Service 5 / PSSUPT
47 CES Chief, Regional Communication Electronics Service 6 / PSSUPT\
48 CES Chief, Regional Communication Electronics Service 7 /' PSSUPT
49 CES Chief, Regional Communication Electronics Service 8 PSSUPT
50 CES Chief, Regional Communication Electronics Service 9 PSSUPT
51 CES Chief, Regional Communication Electronics Service 10 PSSUPT
52 CES Chief, Regional Communication Electronics Service 11 / PSSUPT
53 CES Chief, Regional Communication Electronics Service 12 PSSUPT
54 CES Chief, Regional Communication Electronics Service 13 PSSUPT
55 CES Chief, Regional Communication Electronics Service COR PSSUPT
56 CES Chief, Regional Communication Electronics Service ARMM " PSSUPT
57 CES Chief, Regional Communication Electronics Service NCRPO /' PSSUPT
58 CHS Chief, Regional Chaplain NCR / PSSUPT
59 CHS Chief, Regional Chaplain 3 ./ PSSUPT
60 CHS Chief, Regional Chaplain 4A /' PSSUPT
61 CHS Chief, Regional Chaplain 7 " PSSUPT
62 CHS Chief, Regional Chaplain 11 PSSUPT
63 CHS Chief, Regional Chaplain ARMM PSSUPT
64 LS Chief, Administrative Division PSSUPT
65 LS Chief, Legal Research and Evaluation Division '" PSSUPT
66 LS. Chief, Personnel, Morale & Welfare Division PSSUPT
67 LS Chief, Legal Assistance Division /' PSSUPT
68 HSS Chief, Administrative Division PSSUPT
69 HSS Chief, Operations Division PSSUPT
70 HSS Chief, PNP Custodial Center PSSUPT
71 HSS Chief, Camp Management and Services Group PSSUPT
72 HSS Chief, Camp Security & Escort Group PSSUPT
73 HSS. Chief, Special Services Group PSSUPT Annex "A"

POLICE SENIOR SUPERINTENDENT POSITIONS NATIONAL SUPPORT UNITS

74 ES Chief, Administrative Division PSSUPT
75 ES Chief, Land' Utilization Division / PSSUPT
76 ES Chief, Housing Division / PSSUPT
77 ES Chief, Construction and Repair Division / PSSUPT
78 CRIMELAB Chief, Administrative Division PSSUPT
79 CRIMELAB Chief Ballistic Division (Formerly Firearms Identification Division) / PSSUPT
80 CRIMELAB Chief, Photography Division r, C(,,' / PSSUPT
81 CRIMELAB Chief, Special Service Division ::k PSSUPT
82 CRIMELAB Chief, Polygraphy Division / PSSUPT
83 CRIMELAB Chief, Regional Crime Laboratory 1 / PSSUPT
84 CRIMElAB Chief, Regional Crime Laboratory 2 PSSUPT
85 CRIMELAB Chief, Regional Crime Laboratory 3 PSSUPT
86 CRIMELAB Chief, Regional Crime Laboratory 4A / PSSUPT
87 CRIMELAB Chief, Regional Crime Laboratory 4B / PSSUPT
88 CRIMELAB Chief, Regional Crime Laboratory 5 PSSUPT
89 CRIMELAB Chief, Regional Crime laboratory 6 PSSUPT
90 CRIMELAB Chief, Regional Crime Laboratory 7 " PSSUPT
91 CRIMELAB Chief, Regional Crime Laboratory 8 PSSUPT
92 CRIMELAB Chief, Regional Crime Laboratory 9 PSSUPT
93 CRIMELAB Chief, Regional Crime Laboratory 10 PSSUPT
94. CRIMELAB Chief, Regional Crime Laboratory 11 PSSUPT
95 CRIMELAB Chief, Regional Crime Laboratory 12 " PSSUPT
96 CRIMELAB Chief, Regional Crime Laboratory 13 PSSUPT
97 CRIMELAB Chief, Regional Crime Laboratory CAR " PSSUPT
98 CRIMELAB Chief, Regional Crime Laboratory ARMM / PSSUPT
99 MG Chief, Administrative Division PSSUPT
100 MG Chief, Operations Division PSSUPT
101 MG Chief, Maritime Seaborne Opns Unit MG / PSSUPT
102 MG Maritime Counter-Terrorism Office / PSSUPT
103 MG Maritime Maintenance and Repair Office / PSSUPT
104 MG Chief, Regional Maritime Office 1 / PSSUPT
105 MG Chief, Regional Maritime Office 2 PSSUPT
106 MG Chief, Regional Maritime Office 3 I PSSUPT
107 MG Chief, Regional Maritime Office 4A PSSUPT
108 MG Chief, Regional Maritime Office 4B PSSUPT
109 MG Chief, Regional Maritime Office 5 PSSUPT
110 MG Chief, Regional Maritime Office 6 j. PSSUPT
111 MG Chief, Regional Maritime Office 7 1/ PSSUPT L_7

Annex HAH

POLICE SENIOR ·SUPERINTENDENT POSITIONS NATIONAL SUPPORT UNITS

112 MG Chief, Regional Maritime Office, 8 " PSSUPT
113 MG Chief, Regional Maritime Office 9 , PSSUPT
114 MG Chief. Regional Maritime Office 10 PSSUPT
115 MG Chief, Regional Maritime Office 11 , PSSUPT
116 MG Chief, Regional Maritime Office 12 PSSUPT
117 MG Chief, Regional Maritime Office 13 , PSSUPT
118 MG Chief, Regional Maritime Office NCR I PSSUPT,
119 SAP Chief, Administrative Division PSSUPT
120 SAF Chief, Operations Division PSSUPT
121 SAF Commandant SAF Training School / PSSUPT
122 SAF Chief, Air Unit / PSSUPT
123 ClOG Public Information Officer concurrent Chief, PCR Sec PSSUPT
124 ClOG Chief Inspectorate PSSUPT
125 ClOG Chief Legal Officer PSSUPT
126 ClOG Chief, Admin Division PSSUPT
127 ClOG Chief, Operations Management Division PSSUPT
128 ClOG Chief, Anti-Organized Crime Division PSSUPT
129 ClOG . Chief, Detective and Special Operations Division PSSUPT
130 CIDG Chief. Criminal Investigation and Detection Division PSSUPT
131 CIDG Chief, Anti-Fraud and Commercial Crimes Division PSSUPT
132 ClOG Chief, Anti-Transnational and Cyber Crime Division PSSUPT
133 CIDG Chief. Women and Children Complaints Division PSSUPT
134 CIDG Chief, Maintenance and Technical Support Division PSSUPT
135 ClOG Chief, Regional Criminal Investigation & Detection Unit, PRO 1 , PSSUPT
136 CIDG Chief, Regional Criminal Investigation & Detection Unit PRO 2 .' PSSUPT
137 ClOG Chief. Regional Criminal Investigation & Detection Unit, PRO 3 PSSUPT
138 CIDG Chief, Regional Criminal Investigation & Detection Unit PRO 4-A / PSSUPT
139 CIDG Chief, Regional Criminal Investigation & Detection Unit, PRO 4-8 " PSSUPT
140 ClOG Chief, Regional Criminal Investigation & Detection Unit. PRO 5 .- PSSUPT
141 ClOG Chief, Regional Criminal Investigation & Detection Unit PRO 6 I PSSUPT
142 ClOG Chief, Regional Criminal Investigation & Detection Unit PRO 7 / PSSUPT
143 ClOG Chief. Regional Criminal Investigation & Detection Unit, PRO 8 PSSUPT
144 ClOG Chief. Regional Criminal Investigation & Detection Unit PRO 9 / PSSUPT
145 ClOG Chief, Regional Criminal Investigation & Detection Unit. PRO 10 PSSUPT
146 ClOG Chief. Regional Criminal Investigation & Detection Unit, PRO 11 PSSUPT
147 ClOG Chief. Regional Criminal Investigation & Detection Unit, PRO 12 I PSSUPT
148 ClOG Chief, Regional Criminal Investigation & Detection Unit, PRO 13 , PSSUPT
149 ClOG Chief. Regional Criminal Investigation & Detection Unit ARMM / PSSUPT II!

Annex "A"

POLICE SENIOR SUPERINTENDENT POSITIONS NATIONAL SUPPORT UNITS

150 CIDG Chief, Regional Criminal Investigation & Detection Unit, COR / PSSUPT
151 CIDG Chief, Regional Criminal Investigation & Detection Unit NCRPO F PSSUPT
152 PSPO Chief. Administrative Division PSSUPT
153 PSPO Chief, Operations Division PSSUPT
154 PSPO Chief, Protection and Escort Unit / PSSUPT
155 . PSPO Chief, Presidential Protection Unit / PSSUPT
156 PSPO Chief, Diplomatic Protection Unit / PSSUPT
157 PSPO Chief, NCR Protection Group PSSUPT
158 PSPO Chief, Northern Luzon Protection Group PSSUPT
159 PSPO Chief, Southern Luzon Protection Group PSSUPT
160 PSPO Chief, Visayas Protection Group PSSUPT
161 PSPO Chief, Mindanao Protection Group PSSUPT
162 IG Chief, Administrative Division PSSUPT
163 IG Chief, Operations Division PSSUPT
164 IG Chief, Technical Support Office / PSSUPT
165 IG Chief, Counter Intelligence Office / PSSUPT
166 IG Chief, Foreign Intelligence Liaison Office / PSSUPT
167 IG Chief, Service Support Office / PSSUPT
168 IG Chief, Regional Intelligence Office 1 PSSUPT
169 IG Chief, Regional Intelligence Office 2 / PSSUPT
170 IG Chief, Regional Intelligence Office 3 ,/ PSSUPT
171 IG Chief, Regional Intelligence Office 4A / PSSUPT
172 IG Chief, Regional Intelligence Office 48 PSSUPT
173 IG Chief, Regional Intelligence Office 5 PSSUPT
174 IG Chief, Regional Intelligence Office 6 PSSUPT
175 IG Chief, Regional Intelligence Office 7 '" PSSUPT
176 IG Chief, Regional Intelligence Office 8 PSSUPT
177 IG Chief, Regional Intelligence Office 9 ,., PSSUPT
178 IG Chief, Regional Intelligence Office 10 PSSUPT
179 IG Chief, Regional Intelligence Office 11 ,/ PSSUPT
180 IG Chief, Regional Intelligence Office 12 PSSUPT
181 IG Chief, Regional Intelligence Office 13 PSSUPT
182 IG Chief, Regional Intelligence Office CAR PSSUPT
183 IG Chief, Regional Intelligence Office ARMM PSSUPT
184 IG Chief, Regional Intelligence Office NCR ., PSSUPT
185 ASG Chief, Administrative Division . PSSUPT
186 ASG Chief, Operations Division PSSUPT
187 ASG Chief, Mobile Patrol Security Unit PSSUPT ! ('

Annex "A"

POLICE SENIOR SUPERINTENDENT POSITIONS NATIONAL SUPPORT UNITS

! 1BB ASG Chief, Aviation Counter Terrorism Force PSSUPT
189 ASG Chief, Special Operation Unit PSSUPT
190 ASG Chief, K-9 Unit PSSUPT
191 ASG Aviation Security Training School PSSUPT
192 ASG Chief, 1 st Police Center for Aviation Security / PSSUPT
193 ASG Chief, 2nd Police Center for Aviation Security ./ PSSUPT
194 ASG . Chief, 3rd Police Center for Aviation Security ./ PSSUPT
195 ASG Chief, 4th Police Center for Aviation Security / PSSUPT
196 ASG Chief, 5th Police Center for Aviation Security / PSSUPT
197 ASG Chief, 6th Police Center for Aviation Security / PSSUPT
198 ASG Chief. 7th Police Center for Aviation Security / PSSUPT
199 ASG Chief, 8th Police Center for Aviation Security / PSSUPT
200 ASG Chief, 9th Police Center for Aviation Security / PSSUPT
201 ASG Chief, 10th Police Center for Aviation Security / PSSUPT
202 TMG Chief, Administrative Division PSSUPT
203 TMG Chief, Operations Division PSSUPT
204 TMG Chief, Legal Division PSSUPT
205 TMG Chief Special Operations Division PSSUPT
206 TMG Chief, Motor Vehicle Clearance Div (MVCD) ./ PSSUPT
207 TMG Chief, Regional Traffic Management Office 1 / PSSUPT
208 TMG Chief, Regional Traffic Management Office 2 / PSSUPT
209 TMG Chief, Regional Traffic Management Office 3 ,/ PSSUPT
210 TMG Chief, Regional Traffic Management Office 4A / PSSUPT
211 TMG Chief, Regional Traffic Management Office 48 / PSSUPT
212 TMG Chief, Regional Traffic Management Office 5 / PSSUPT
213 TMG Chief, Regional Traffic Management Office 6 PSSUPT
214 TMG Chief, Regional Traffic Management Office 7 PSSUPT
215 TMG Chief, Regional Traffic Management Office 8 / PSSUPT
216 TMG Chief, Regional Traffic Management Office 9 /' PSSUPT
217 TMG Chief, Regional Traffic Management Office 10 / PSSUPT
218 TMG Chief, Regional Traffic Management Office 11 " PSSUPT
219 TMG Chief, Regional T rafflc Management Office 12 / PSSUPT
220 TMG Chief, Regional Traffic Management Office 13 ./ PSSUPT
221 TMG Chief, Regional Traffic Management Office CAR /' PSSUPT
222 TMG Chief, Regional Traffic Management Office ARMM / PSSUPT
223 TMG Chief, Regional Traffic Management Office NCR -' PSSUPT
224 PCRG Chief, Administrative Division . /' PSSUPT
225 PCRG Chief, Operations Division / PSSUPT Annex "Air

POLICE SENIOR SUPERINTENDENT POSITIONS NATIONAL SUPPORT UNITS

226 PCRG Chief, Cultural Affairs Division , PSSUPT
227 PCRG Chief, Community Relations Division / PSSUPT
228 PCRG Chief. Production and Media Affairs Division / PSSUPT
229 PCRG Chief, CRAC / PSSUPT
230 CSG Chief Inspectorate PSSUPT
231 CSG' Chief, Admin Resource Management Division ./ PSSUPT
232 CSG Chief, Operations Management Division " PSSUPT
233 CSG Chief, Information Technology Division ;' PSSUPT
234 CSG Asst Chief, Supervisory Office for Secutiry and Investigation Agencies
(SOSIA) / PSSUPT
235 CSG Chief, Enforcement Management Division , PSSUPT
236 CSG Chief, License Processing Management Division , PSSUPT
237 CSG Chief, Private Security Training Management Division " PSSUPT
238 CSG Asst Chief, Firearms and Explosive Office {FEO} / PSSUPT
239 CSG Chief, Education and Enforcement Management Division / PSSUPT
240 CSG Chief, Firearms Management Division , PSSUPT
241 CSG Chief, Explosives Management Division , PSSUPT Annex "B"

NSU STAFF POSITIONS

NR OFFICE POSITIONS RANK
1 LSS Chief, Administrative Division PSSUPT
2 LSS Chief, Operations Division - PSSUPT
·3 LSS Chief, Supply Storage & Distribution Division PSSUPT
4 LSS Chief, Explosives Ordnance Division PSSUPT
5 LSS Chief, Transportation and Maintenance Division PSSUPT
6 CS Chief, Administrative Division PSSUPT
7. CS Chief, Computer Training Research Division PSSUPT
8 CS Chief, Network Management Division PSSUPT
9 FS Chief, Administrative Division PSSUPT
10 FS Chief, Revenue & Collection Division PSSUPT
11 FS Chief, Electronic Data Processing Division PSSUPT
12 FS Chief, Disbu'rsement Division. PSSUPT
13 FS Chief, NHQ & NSU Finance Unit (14th) PSSUPT
14 HS Chief, Medical Division PSSUPT
15 HS Chief, Dental Division PSSUPT
16 HS Chief, Nursing Division PSSUPT
17 HS Chief, Administrative Division PSSUPT
18 HS Chief, PNP General Hospital, HS PSSUPT
19 HS Chief, PNP Central Dental Dispensary, HS PSSUPT
20 CES Chief, Installation & Maintenance Division PSSUPT
21 CES Chief, Facilities Operations & RecordslComcenter Division PSSUPT
22 CES Chief, Administrative Division PSSUPT
23 CES Chief, Communication Development & Training Division PSSUPT
24 LS Chief, Administrative Division PSSUPT
25 LS Chief, Legal Research and Evaluation Division PSSUPT
26 LS Chief, Personnel, Morale & Welfare Division PSSUPT
27 LS Chief, Legal Assistance Division PSSUPT
28 HSS Chief, Administrative Division PSSUPT
29 HSS Chief, Operations Division PSSUPT
30 HSS Chief, PNP Custodial Center PSSUPT
31 HSS Chief, Camp Management and Services Group PSSUPT
32 HSS Chief, Camp Security & Escort Group PSSUPT
33 HSS Chief, Special Services Group PSSUPT
34 ES Chief, Administrative Division PSSUPT
35 ES Chief, Land Utilization Division PSSUPT
36 ES Chief, Housing Division PSSUPT
37 ES Chief, Construction and Repair Division PSSUPT
38 CRIMELAB Chief, Administrative Division PSSUPT
39 CRIMELAB Chief Ballistic Division (Formerly Firearms Identification Division) PSSUPT
40 CRIMELAB Chief, Photography Division PSSUPT
41 CRIMELAB Chief, Special Service Division PSSUPT
42 CRIMELAB Chief, Polygraphy Division PSSUPT
43 MG Chief, Administrative Division PSSUPT
44 MG Chief, Operations Division PSSUPT
45 MG Chief, Maritime Seaborne Opns Unit MG PSSUPT Annex "B"

NSU STAFF POSITIONS

46 MG Maritime Counter-Terrorism Office ' PSSUPT
47 MG Maritime Maintenance and Repair Office PSSUPT
48 SAF Chief, Administrative Division PSSUPT
49 SAF Chief, Operations Division PSSUPT
50 SAF Commandant, SAF Training School PSSUPT
51 SAF Chief, Air Unit PSSUPT
52 ClOG Public Information Officer concurrent Chief, PCR Sec PSSUPT
53 . ClOG Chief Inspectorate PSSUPT
54 ClOG Chief Legal Officer PSSUPT
55 ClOG Chief, Admin Division PSSUPT
56 ClOG Chief, Operations Management Division PSSUPT
57 ClOG Chief, Anti-Organized Crime Division PSSUPT
58 ClOG Chief, Detective and Special Operations Division PSSUPT
59 ClOG Chief, Criminal Investigation and Detection Division PSSUPT
60 ClOG Chief, Anti-Fraud and Commercial Crimes Division PSSUPT
61 ClOG Chief, Anti-Transnational and Cyber Crime Division PSSUPT,
62 ClOG Chief, Women and Children Complaints Division PSSUPT,
63 ClOG Chief, Maintenance and Technical Support Division PSSUPT
64 PSPO Chief, Administrative Division PSSUPT
65 PSPO Chief, Operations Di~sion PSSUPT
66 PSPO Chief, Protection and Escort Unit PSSUPT
67 PSPO Chief, Presidential Protection Unit PSSUPT
68 PSPO Chief, Diplomatic Protection Unit PSSUPT
69 PSPO Chief, NCR Protection Group PSSUPT
70 PSPO Chief, Northern Luzon Protection Group PSSUPT
71 PSPO Chief, Southern Luzon Protection Group PSSUPT
72 PSPO Chief, Visayas Protection Group PSSUPT
73 PSPO Chief, Mindanao Protection Group PSSUPT
74 IG Chief, Administrative Division PSSUPT
75 IG Chief, Operations Division PSSUPT
76 IG Chief, Technical Support Office PSSUPT
77 IG Chief, Counter Intelligence Office PSSUPT
78 IG . Chief, Foreign Intelligence Liaison Office PSSUPT
79 IG Chief, Service Support Office PSSUPT
80 ASG Chief, Administrative Division . PSSUPT
81 ASG Chief, Operations Division PSSUPT
82 ASG Chief, Mobile Patrol Security Unit PSSUPT
83 ASG Chief, Aviation CounterTerrOrism Force, PSSUPT
84 ASG Chief, SpeCial Operation Unit PSSUPT'
85 ASG Chief, K-9 Unit PSSUPT
86 ASG Aviation Security Training School PSSUPT
87 TMG Chief, Administrative Division PSSUPT
88 TMG Chief, Operations Division PSSUPT
89 TMG Chief, Legal Division PSSUPT
90 TMG Chief Special Operations Division PSSUPT
91 TMG Chief, Motor Vehicle Clearance Div (MVCD) PSSUPT
92 PCRG Chief, Administrative Division PSSUPT Annex "B"

NSU STAFF POSITIONS

93 PCRG Chief, Operations Division PSSUPT
94 PCRG Chief, Cultural Affairs Division PSSUPT
95 PCRG Chief, Community Relations Division PSSUPT
96 PCRG Chief, Production and Media Affairs Division PSSUPT
97 PCRG Chief, CRAC PSSUPT
96 CSG Chief Inspectorate PSSUPT
99 CSG Chief, Admin Resource Management Division PSSUPT
100 CSG Chief, Operations Management Division PSSUPT
101 CSG Chief, Information Technology Division PSSUPT
102 CSG Asst Chief, Supervisory Office for Secutiry and Investigation Agencies
(SOSIA) PSSUPT
103 CSG Chief, Enforcement Management Division PSSUPT
104 CSG Chief, License Processing Management Division PSSUPT
105 CSG Chief, Private Security Training Management Division PSSUPT
106 CSG Asst Chief, Firearms and Explosive Office (FEO) PSSUPT
107 CSG Chief, Education and Enforcement Management Division PSSUPT
108 CSG Chief, Firearms Management Division PSSUPT
109 CSG Chief, Explosives Management Division PSSUPT