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F.

PHILIPPINE NATIONAL POLICE


For general administration and support, support to operations, and operations, including locally-funded project(s), as indicated
hereunder........................................................................................................................... P 69,377,190,000
--------------New Appropriations, by Program/Project
======================================
Current Operating Expenditures

Personal
Services
A.
I.

Maintenance
and other
Operating
Expenses

Capital
Outlays

Total

PROGRAMS
General Administration and Support
a.

General Administrative and Support Services

Sub-total, General Administration and Support

P 14,079,002,000 P
571,608,000 P
--------------- --------------14,079,002,000
571,608,000
--------------- ---------------

P 14,650,610,000
--------------14,650,610,000
---------------

II. Support to Operations


a.

Materiel Development

b.

Health Services

c.

Logistical Services

12,391,000

12,391,000

143,165,000

143,165,000

3,092,656,000
--------------3,248,212,000
---------------

Sub-total, Support to Operations

3,092,656,000
--------------3,248,212,000
---------------

III. Operations
a.

Operations Services

b.

944,841,000

48,421,655,000

Intelligence Services

500,893,000

500,893,000

c.

Police Relations Services

191,888,000

191,888,000

d.

Investigation Services

Sub-total, Operations
Total, Programs

B.
I.

47,476,814,000

--------------47,476,814,000
--------------61,555,816,000
---------------

263,932,000
--------------1,901,554,000
--------------5,721,374,000
---------------

263,932,000
--------------49,378,368,000
--------------67,277,190,000
---------------

PROJECT(S)
Locally-Funded Project(s)
a.

Construction of Police Stations

100,000,000

100,000,000

b.

PNP Modernization Program

Sub-total, Locally-Funded Project (s)


Total, Project(s)
TOTAL NEW APPROPRIATIONS

2,000,000,000
2,000,000,000
--------------- --------------2,100,000,000
2,100,000,000
--------------- --------------2,100,000,000
2,100,000,000
--------------- --------------- ---------------------------P 61,555,816,000 P 5,721,374,000 P 2,100,000,000 P 69,377,190,000
=============== =============== =============== ===============

Special Provision(s)
1. Use of Income.
In addition to the amounts appropriated herein, fees and charges authorized to be collected by the Philippine
National Police (PNP) by virtue of its absorption of the then Philippine Constabulary, Integrated National Police, and AFP Units shall be
classified as Trust Receipts to augment its appropriations: PROVIDED, That the PNP shall submit to DBM, the House Committee on
Appropriations and the Senate Committee on Finance, separate quarterly report on its income, and the status of the Trust Receipts.
Failure to submit said requirements shall render any disbursement from said Trust Receipts void, and shall subject the erring
officials and employees to disciplinary actions in accordance with Section 43, Chapter 5, and Section 80, Chapter 6, Book VI of E.O. No.
292, and to appropriate criminal action under existing penal laws.
2. The PNP Modernization Program. The amount of Two Billion Pesos (P2,000,000,000) appropriated under B.I.b shall be used in
support of the PNP Modernization Program: PROVIDED, That the Chief of the PNP shall prepare and submit a Modernization program to be
approved by the President of the Philippines.
The PNP Modernization Program shall clearly identify its underlying principles and
objectives, include its key components together with a list of specific projects and activities, corresponding budgetary allocation and
targeted outputs, and establish a system of continuing Program monitoring and evaluation: PROVIDED, FURTHER, That the Chief of the PNP
shall designate an accountable Program head to enhance transparency and enforce accountability in its implementation: PROVIDED,
FURTHERMORE, That the release of funds shall be subject to prior submission by the PNP of the Program Accountability Report to the DBM:
PROVIDED, FINALLY, That any realignment of funds as well as implementation of new projects or activities not originally covered under the
said Program shall be made upon prior approval of the President of the Philippines.
The PNP shall submit to the DBM, the House Committee on Appropriations and the Senate Committee on Finance separate quarterly reports
on the disbursements made for the Program or post on its official website, at least on a quarterly basis, the approved PNP Modernization
Program, utilization of amounts, status of implementation, and program evaluation and/or assessment reports. The Chief of the PNP shall be
responsible for ensuring compliance with this requirement.
The implementation of this provision shall be subject to the guidelines to be jointly issued by the DBM, DILG and PNP.
3. Allocation for the Internal Affairs Service.
Of the amounts appropriated for Personal Services, Four Hundred Eighty Eight
Million Nine Hundred Seventy Nine Thousand Pesos (P488,979,000) shall cover the regular pay and allowances of uniformed personnel of the
Internal Affairs Service (IAS). In addition, the amount of Seventy Seven Million Six Hundred Forty Seven Thousand Pesos (P77,647,000)
under A.I.a.1.c. shall cover the MOOE requirements of IAS.
4. Allocation for the Field Training Program. Funds needed for the Field Training Program of PNP new recruits pursuant to R.A.
No. 8551 shall be charged against the amounts appropriated under A.III.a.1.a and savings that may be generated from the appropriations
for hiring of new recruits.
Implementation of this provision, particularly the transfer of training fund, shall be subject to the execution of a Memorandum of
Agreement among the PNP, Philippine Public Safety College (PPSC) and National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM).
5. Payment of Pension. The amounts appropriated under I.a.1.a.1 shall also be used for the payment of retirement benefits and
pension differential of PC-INP retirees pursuant to the decision of the Supreme Court in G.R. No.
169466 dated May 9, 2007: PROVIDED,
That release of funds shall be based on a list of eligible PC-INP retirees with the corresponding computation for their respective
retirement benefits and pension, which shall be duly authenticated and submitted by PNP to DBM for validation of the computed benefits:
PROVIDED, FURTHER, That said computation shall exclude retirement benefits and pension previously paid to or currently being received
by said retirees.
6. Payment
of Back Salaries and Allowances. Notwithstanding any
provision of law to the contrary, the Chief of the PNP, is
authorized, subject to the approval of the
Chairman of the NAPOLCOM, and pertinent budgeting, accounting and auditing rules and
regulations, to automatically disburse a portion of the appropriations authorized herein for payment of prior years' salaries and
allowances due the uniformed members of the PNP upon their reinstatement into the service as a result of the lifting of the
administrative charges filed against them and/or upon exoneration/acquittal from a civil or criminal case by a competent court.
7. Use of Available Appropriations for Payment of Damages Arising from Lawful Police Operations. The Chief of the PNP is
authorized, subject to the approval of the Secretary of the Interior and Local Government, to disburse any available appropriations of the
PNP for the payment of duly established damages to property and for injury and death of civilians resulting from lawful police operations
as determined by a competent court.
8. Maintenance and
Other Operating Expenses (MOOE) of the Operating Units of the PNP. The appropriations for MOOE for the
provincial, district, city and municipal stations which are included under the budget of the Police Regional Offices shall be distributed
within five (5) days from receipt of the fund to the said operating units. The MOOE allocation per station shall be computed based on the

number

of policemen multiplied by One Thousand Pesos (P1,000.00).


The Office of the Secretary, DILG, the PNP and the DBM shall jointly prepare the MOOE allocation of each operating unit within
forty-five (45) days after the effectivity of this Act. The said distribution shall be posted on the official website of the PNP, DILG
and DBM.
The implementation of this provision shall be in accordance with the guidelines to be jointly issued by the DBM, PNP and DILG.
9. Reimbursement of Expenses Incurred in Anti-Smuggling and Economic Subversion Operations.
Expenses incurred by the PNP in
anti-smuggling, economic subversion or other similar operations may be reimbursed out of the proceeds of the sale of items seized or
confiscated by the PNP upon the joint recommendation of the Chief of PNP and the Chairman of the NAPOLCOM and approval by the President
of the Philippines, subject to the submission of a Special Budget pursuant to Section 35, Chapter 5, Book VI of E.O. No.
292 and to
pertinent budgeting, accounting and auditing rules and regulations.B975
10. Appropriations for Programs and Specific Activities. The amounts appropriated herein for the programs of the agency shall be
used specifically for the following activities in the indicated amounts and conditions:

PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES

Personal
Services
I.

Maintenance
and other
Operating
Expenses

Capital
Outlays

Total

General Administration and Support


a.

General Administrative and Support Services


1.

General management and supervision


a. Personnel and Records Management
1.

Central Office

2.

Police Regional Offices

P 14,079,002,000 P
342,511,000 P
--------------- --------------14,079,002,000
217,236,000
--------------- --------------14,079,002,000
151,426,000
65,810,000
--------------11,448,000

P 14,421,513,000
--------------14,296,238,000
--------------14,230,428,000
65,810,000
--------------11,448,000

a.

National Capital Region

b.

Region I

3,797,000

3,797,000

c.

Cordillera Administrative Region

2,988,000

2,988,000

d.

Region II

3,071,000

3,071,000

e.

Region III

5,324,000

5,324,000

f.

Region IV

6,022,000

6,022,000

g.

Region V

3,105,000

3,105,000

h.

Region VI

3,765,000

3,765,000

i.

Region VII

3,857,000

3,857,000

j.

Region VIII

3,080,000

3,080,000

k.

Region IX

2,893,000

2,893,000

l.

Region X

3,758,000

3,758,000

m.

Region XI

3,085,000

3,085,000

n.

Region XII

3,037,000

3,037,000

o.

Region XIII

3,187,000

3,187,000

p.

ARMM

3,393,000

3,393,000

b. Fiscal Management Services


1.

Central Office

c. Internal Affairs Services


1.
2.

3.

Central Office

Human Resource Development


a.

Central Office

b.

Police Regional Offices

47,628,000
--------------47,628,000

77,647,000
--------------77,647,000

77,647,000
--------------77,647,000

172,647,000
--------------143,223,000

172,647,000
--------------143,223,000

29,424,000
--------------3,533,000

29,424,000
--------------3,533,000

1.

National Capital Region

2.

Region I

1,825,000

1,825,000

3.

Cordillera Administrative Region

1,292,000

1,292,000

4.

Region II

1,557,000

1,557,000

5.

Region III

2,233,000

2,233,000

6.

Region IV

2,273,000

2,273,000

7.

Region V

1,557,000

1,557,000

8.

Region VI

1,747,000

1,747,000

9.

Region VII

1,832,000

1,832,000

10.

Region VIII

1,548,000

1,548,000

11.

Region IX

1,624,000

1,624,000

12.

Region X

1,974,000

1,974,000

13.

Region XI

1,562,000

1,562,000

14.

Region XII

1,531,000

1,531,000

15.

Region XIII

1,324,000

1,324,000

16.

ARMM

2,012,000

2,012,000

Plans Services
a.

47,628,000
--------------47,628,000

Central Office
---------------

56,450,000
--------------56,450,000
---------------

56,450,000
--------------56,450,000
---------------

Sub-total, General Administration and Support

14,079,002,000
---------------

571,608,000
---------------

14,650,610,000
---------------

12,391,000
---------------

12,391,000
---------------

12,391,000
--------------12,391,000

12,391,000
--------------12,391,000

143,165,000
---------------

143,165,000
---------------

143,165,000
--------------93,180,000

143,165,000
--------------93,180,000

49,985,000
--------------5,487,000

49,985,000
--------------5,487,000

II. Support to Operations


a.

Materiel Development
1.

Research and development on the upgrading of the


logistics capabilities of PNP, including weapons,
transportation and criminalistic equipment
a. Central Office

b.

Health Services
1.

c.

Provision of hospitalization and health care


services to the members of the PNP and their
dependents
a.

Central Office

b.

Police Regional Offices


1.

National Capital Region

2.

Region I

2,592,000

2,592,000

3.

Cordillera Administrative Region

2,668,000

2,668,000

4.

Region II

2,660,000

2,660,000

5.

Region III

3,583,000

3,583,000

6.

Region IV

3,582,000

3,582,000

7.

Region V

2,813,000

2,813,000

8.

Region VI

2,636,000

2,636,000

9.

Region VII

2,811,000

2,811,000

10.

Region VIII

2,721,000

2,721,000

11.

Region IX

2,223,000

2,223,000

12.

Region X

3,387,000

3,387,000

13.

Region XI

3,013,000

3,013,000

14.

Region XII

3,012,000

3,012,000

15.

Region XIII

3,452,000

3,452,000

16.

ARMM

3,345,000

3,345,000

Logistical Services
1.

Procurement,

3,092,656,000
--------------transport,

storage

and

3,092,656,000
---------------

distribution of supplies and materials,


including the maintenance of equipment and
facilities
a.

Central Office

b.

Police Regional Offices

3,092,656,000
--------------1,701,865,000

3,092,656,000
--------------1,701,865,000

1,390,791,000
--------------285,853,000

1,390,791,000
--------------285,853,000

1.

National Capital Region

2.

Region I

57,946,000

57,946,000

3.

Cordillera Administrative Region

54,664,000

54,664,000

4.

Region II

63,026,000

63,026,000

5.

Region III

116,849,000

116,849,000

6.

Region IV

123,579,000

123,579,000

7.

Region V

100,150,000

100,150,000

8.

Region VI

97,402,000

97,402,000

9.

Region VII

71,162,000

71,162,000

10.

Region VIII

76,900,000

76,900,000

11.

Region IX

52,574,000

52,574,000

12.

Region X

65,779,000

65,779,000

13.

Region XI

59,342,000

59,342,000

14.

Region XII

55,548,000

55,548,000

15.

Region XIII

50,335,000

50,335,000

16.

ARMM

Sub-total, Support to Operations

59,682,000
--------------3,248,212,000
---------------

59,682,000
--------------3,248,212,000
---------------

III. Operations
a.

Operations Services
1.

b.

Conduct of operations and other related


confidential activities against dissidents,
subversives, lawless elements and organized
crime
syndicate
and
campaign against
kidnapping, trafficking of women and minors,
smuggling, carnapping, gunrunning, illegal
fishing and trafficking of illegal drugs
a.

Central Office

b.

Police Regional Offices

b.

48,421,655,000
---------------

47,476,814,000
--------------47,476,814,000

944,841,000
--------------675,674,000

48,421,655,000
--------------48,152,488,000

269,167,000
--------------45,328,000

269,167,000
--------------45,328,000

National Capital Region

2.

Region I

12,090,000

12,090,000

3.

Cordillera Administrative Region

11,337,000

11,337,000

4.

Region II

12,295,000

12,295,000

5.

Region III

22,292,000

22,292,000

6.

Region IV

30,045,000

30,045,000

7.

Region V

13,783,000

13,783,000

8.

Region VI

14,112,000

14,112,000

9.

Region VII

20,417,000

20,417,000

10.

Region VIII

12,569,000

12,569,000

11.

Region IX

13,591,000

13,591,000

12.

Region X

14,313,000

14,313,000

13.

Region XI

11,057,000

11,057,000

14.

Region XII

10,093,000

10,093,000

15.

Region XIII

11,181,000

11,181,000

16.

ARMM

14,664,000

14,664,000

Conduct
of intelligence
intelligence activities
a.

944,841,000
---------------

1.

Intelligence Services
1.

47,476,814,000
---------------

and

500,893,000
---------------

500,893,000
---------------

500,893,000
---------------

500,893,000
---------------

counter-

Central Office including Intelligence


Expenses of P218,989,000

388,114,000

388,114,000

Police Regional Offices including


Intelligence Expenses of P28,567,000

112,779,000

112,779,000

c.

--------------9,160,000

National Capital Region

2.

Region I

6,601,000

6,601,000

3.

Cordillera Administrative Region

6,329,000

6,329,000

4.

Region II

5,861,000

5,861,000

5.

Region III

9,116,000

9,116,000

6.

Region IV

11,540,000

11,540,000

7.

Region V

6,924,000

6,924,000

8.

Region VI

8,206,000

8,206,000

9.

Region VII

7,736,000

7,736,000

10.

Region VIII

7,602,000

7,602,000

11.

Region IX

5,459,000

5,459,000

12.

Region X

6,141,000

6,141,000

13.

Region XI

4,710,000

4,710,000

14.

Region XII

5,588,000

5,588,000

15.

Region XIII

5,314,000

5,314,000

16.

ARMM

6,492,000

6,492,000

Police Relations Services


1.

--------------9,160,000

1.

Conduct of community work including disasterpreparedness and relief operations, livelihood/


cooperatives development, sports development,
medical-dental outreach activities, engineering
services, socio-cultural development and other
related activities which are confidential in nature
a.

Central Office

b.

Police Regional Offices

191,888,000
---------------

191,888,000
---------------

191,888,000
--------------161,906,000

191,888,000
--------------161,906,000

29,982,000
--------------3,063,000

29,982,000
--------------3,063,000

1.

National Capital Region

2.

Region I

1,642,000

1,642,000

3.

Cordillera Administrative Region

1,966,000

1,966,000

4.

Region II

2,150,000

2,150,000

5.

Region III

1,854,000

1,854,000

6.

Region IV

2,169,000

2,169,000

d.

7.

Region V

1,694,000

1,694,000

8.

Region VI

1,822,000

1,822,000

9.

Region VII

1,688,000

1,688,000

10.

Region VIII

1,666,000

1,666,000

11.

Region IX

1,306,000

1,306,000

12.

Region X

2,001,000

2,001,000

13.

Region XI

1,641,000

1,641,000

14.

Region XII

1,636,000

1,636,000

15.

Region XIII

1,833,000

1,833,000

16.

ARMM

1,851,000

1,851,000

Investigation Services
1.

Conduct of criminal investigation and other


related confidential activities
a.

b.

Central Office including Intelligence


Expenses of P22,473,000
Police Regional Offices

263,932,000
---------------

263,932,000
---------------

263,932,000
---------------

263,932,000
---------------

202,926,000
61,006,000
--------------7,102,000

202,926,000
61,006,000
--------------7,102,000

1.

National Capital Region

2.

Region I

3,347,000

3,347,000

3.

Cordillera Administrative Region

2,980,000

2,980,000

4.

Region II

3,029,000

3,029,000

5.

Region III

4,861,000

4,861,000

6.

Region IV

5,744,000

5,744,000

7.

Region V

4,060,000

4,060,000

8.

Region VI

4,242,000

4,242,000

9.

Region VII

4,106,000

4,106,000

3,636,000

3,636,000

10.

Region VIII

11.

Region IX

3,333,000

3,333,000

12.

Region X

3,245,000

3,245,000

13.

Region XI

2,527,000

2,527,000

14.

Region XII

2,405,000

2,405,000

15.

Region XIII

2,573,000

2,573,000

16.

ARMM

3,816,000
--------------- --------------47,476,814,000
1,901,554,000
--------------- --------------P 61,555,816,000 P 5,721,374,000
=============== ===============

Sub-total, Operations
TOTAL, PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES

3,816,000
--------------49,378,368,000
--------------P 67,277,190,000
===============

G. PHILIPPINE PUBLIC SAFETY COLLEGE


For

general

administration

and

support, support to

operations, and

operations, as indicated hereunder.........

P 1,071,040,000
---------------

New Appropriations, by Program/Project


======================================
Current Operating Expenditures

Personal
Services
A.

PROGRAMS

I.

General Administration and Support


a.

General Administrative and Support Services

Sub-total, General Administration and Support


II.

Maintenance
and other
Operating
Expenses

35,914,000 P
44,014,000 P
--------------- --------------35,914,000
44,014,000
--------------- ---------------

Capital
Outlays

Total

79,928,000
--------------79,928,000
---------------

Support to Operations
a.

Research and

Development

Sub-total, Support to Operations

18,345,000
--------------18,345,000
---------------

27,142,000
--------------27,142,000
---------------

45,487,000
--------------45,487,000
---------------

III. Operations
a.

Education and Training Program

Sub-total, Operations
Total, Programs
TOTAL NEW APPROPRIATIONS

518,300,000
418,345,000
8,980,000
945,625,000
--------------- --------------- --------------- --------------518,300,000
418,345,000
8,980,000
945,625,000
--------------- --------------- --------------- --------------572,559,000
489,501,000
8,980,000
1,071,040,000
--------------- --------------- --------------- --------------P
572,559,000 P
489,501,000 P
8,980,000 P 1,071,040,000
=============== =============== =============== ===============