POLICE

PERSONNEL AND
RECORDS
MANAGEMENT
LEA5

ANSWER: D
The inspections conducted by
the heads of subordinate
units is known as
a)
b)
c)
d)

Staff inspection
Unit inspection
Supervisor’s inspection
Authoritative inspection

ANSWER: A
It is the premiere educational
and training institution for the
uniformed personnel of the
PNP.
a) Philippine
College
b)Philippine
Academy

Public

Safety

National

Police

ANSWER: A The mandatory training course required to become permanent in the Philippine National Police is a) Public Safety Basic Recruit Course b) Public Safety Field Training Program .

ANSWER: C The term used to describe the six months on-the-job training phase of the mandatory training given to new PNP Recruits is a) Field Training Exercises b) Public Safety Basic Recruit Course c) Public Safety Field Training Program d) Probationary Training .

ANSWER: C What is the mandatory training given to all inspectors who entered by virtue of Lateral entry? a) Public Safety Officers Orientation Course b) Public Safety Officers Inspectors Course c) Public Safety Officers Candidate .

a) Referral b)Inspection c) Assignment d)Protocol .ANSWER: C It is the term used to refer to the designation to any duty. and responsibility. function.

ANSWER: A Which among the following is the primary purpose of performance evaluation? a) Detect weaknesses so as to correct such b)As a basis for promotion c) As a basis for longevity Pay d)As a basis for demotion .

ANSWER: D Which among the following is not a course offered by the PPSC? a) b) c) d) Educational courses Training Courses Specialized/Technical Courses None of these .

ANSWER: B Direction that is provided on a one to one basis is called _______ a) administration b)supervision c) management d)organization .

ANSWER: D In undertaking a long range program directed towards simplification of the police records the first step should be a study of a) mechanics in which the current records systems operates b) utilization of existing record system c) administrative structure of the organization d) records systems / management of .

this is known as a) organizing by function b)chain of command c) simplicity d) responsibility .ANSWER: B This is very important in the police organization because accountability is critical.

ANSWER: C This is based on the belief that an individual should be responsible to one and only one person at any given time and in any given situation. This refers to a) organizing by function b) chain of command c) unity of command d) simplicity .

ANSWER: C What type of call where the police officer responds to a crime scene involving injured individuals? a) Routine call b) Rescue call c) Emergency call d) Urgent call .

whether deliberately by someone who intends to interfere with the police operations. or accidentally such as by natural phenomena is called a) Speed b) Confidentiality c) Security d) Accessibility .ANSWER: C A requirement wherein the system must be protected from being disrupted.

ANSWER: C The organizational function that synchronizes all operations and staff activities a) Planning b) Controlling c) Coordination d) Directing .

ANSWER: B Liaison work as a related management job is mostly undertaken while engaged in: a) Planning b) Coordinating c) Directing d) Controlling .

ANSWER: B Police officers must develop the _____ of recording the facts as they are learned and as the evidence is obtained. a) obligation b) habit c) perspective d) duty .

ANSWER: B A single uninterrupted line of authority – often represented by boxes and lines of an organizational chart – should run in order by a) organizational control b) scalar chain c) administrative control d) span of control .

Local Government Executives D. Congress B. National Police Commission Local . Department of Interior and Government C.• The operational supervision and control over the PNP assigned at cities and municipalities is a power of the: An C : r e w s A.

D. B. A : r e w Operational supervision and control Administrative supervision and control Deployment Employment . crime prevention activities. C. superintend. and traffic control in accordance with the rules and regulations promulgated by the Commission. s n A A. The power to direct. and oversee the day-to-day functions of police investigation of crime.

or other related activities. maintenance of peace and order. B. A. enforcement of laws. The utilization of units or elements of the PNP for purposes of protection of lives and properties. C. D. s n A C : r e w Administrative supervision and control Operational supervision and control Employment Deployment . prevention of crimes.

C. B. D : r Administrative supervision and control e w s n Operational supervision and control A Employment Deployment . D. The orderly and organized physical movement of elements or units of the PNP within the province. city or municipality for purposes of employment. A.

A. B. C. EXCEPT. D : r e w PLEB PNP Regional Directors City/Municipal Mayors Chief of PNP s n A in the . D.• The RAB decide appeals following cases.

PD 765 B. RA 6975 D. A.• The Police Act of 1966 is otherwise known also as _____. RA 8551 s n A . RA 4864 B : r e w C.

C. B.• The PNP was created under what law? A. The The The The C : r e w Police Act of 1966 PNP Act of 1990 DILG Act of 1990 PNP Act of 1998 s n A . D.

An B : r e w s A. 10 years D. 15 years B. 20 years . 5 years C.• Attrition by non-promotion shall be incurred by any PNP member who has not been promoted despite the existence of a vacancy shall be retired or separated after a period of continuous.

6 years  Prov/City .4 years  Deputy Chief .ATTRITION SYSTEM Attrition System for Uniformed Personnel   Attrition by Attainment of Maximum Tenure in Position  Chief .9 years .4 years  Regional Directors .4 years  Directors of Staff .

. Attrition by Relief   Attrition by Demotion in Position or Rank   18 months Attrition by Non-promotion   2 years 10 years Attrition by Other Means a) b) c) d) 2 successive annual rating period – inefficient 3 cumulative annual rating period – inefficient Physical and/or mental incapacitation to perform police functions and duties Failure to pass the required entrance exam twice and/or finish the required career courses except for justifiable reasons.

SPO4 D.• Graduates of the Philippine National Police Academy (PNPA) are automatically appointed to the rank of: C : r e w s n A. Inspector B. SPO3A C. Lieutenant .

SPO3 . Inspector B.• Philippine National Police Academy cadet is equivalent to a rank of: B : r e D.w SPO2 s n A A. SPO4 C.

12 months B : r e w C.• The PNP field training program shall be for a period of. 24 months s n A . A. 18 months D. 6 months B.

Director General s n A D : r e w .• The highest rank in the PNP. Chief of PNP C. Chief of Police D. A. Director B.

C.• The equivalent rank of Colonel in the PNP rank classification is: A. Chief Inspector Superintendent Senior Superintendent Chief Superintendent s n A C : r e w . B. D.

SPO3 . SPO4er w s An A.• A PC Staff Sergeant who joined the PNP in 1992 has a rank of _____. SPO1 B. B : D. SPO2 C.

Deputy for Administration Deputy for Operation Chief Directorial Staff None of these s n A A : r e w .• The second in command in the PNP organization is the: A. C. B. D.

What is the rank of Rey? A.• The officer in the PNP by the name Rey Reyes has a star on his shoulder. B. C : r e w s Superintendent Senior Superintendent Chief Superintendent None of these An . C. D.

RANK STRUCTURE (Comparison) Police Commissioned Officers AFP Commissioned Officers Director General General Deputy Director General Lieutenant General Director Major General Chief Superintendent Brigadier General Senior Superintendent Colonel Superintendent Lieutenant Colonel Chief Inspector Major Senior Inspector Captain Inspector 1st and 2nd Lieutenants .

RANK STRUCTURE
(Comparison)
Police Non-Commissioned Officers

AFP Non-Commissioned Officers

Senior Police Officer IV

Master Sergeant

Senior Police Officer III

Technical Sergeant

Senior Police Officer II

Staff Sergeant

Senior Police Officer I

Sergeant

Police Officer III

Corporal

Police Officer II

Private First Class

Police Officer I

Private

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more suitable person or the current
position or for future position is;
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Chief. Secretary of DILG D. Undersecretary for Peace and Order C.• He exercises the power to revoke for cause the licenses issued to the security guards: A : r e w A. PNP B. NAPOLCOM s n A . Chairman.

• Complaints against personnel of the IAS shall be brought either to the Inspector General's office or to the. NAPOLCOM D. President s n A B : r e w . Chief of PNP C. A. Congress B.

one (1) policeman for every (700) inhabitants B. one (1) policeman for every (1000) inhabitants An seven hundred one thousand five five hundred one thousand . the manning levels of the PNP shall be approximately in accordance with a police-to-population ratio of: C : r e w s A. one (1) policeman for every (500) inhabitants D. one (1) policeman for every hundred (1500) inhabitants C. Republic Act 6975 provides that on the average nationwide.

thirty (30) D.• The decision of dismissal by the PLEB is final and executory but subject to appeal to the RAB. s n A A. Ten (10) B. The period of appeal upon receipt of decision by the respondent is _____. forty (40) . Twenty (20) A : r e w C.

sixty (60) . twenty (20) B. s n A A.• An appeal filed with the Napolcom Regional Appellate Board shall be decided within _________ days from receipt of motion of appeal. thirty (30) D : r e w C. fifty (50) D.

More than 21 nor over 35 s n A A : r e w . A. Less than 21 nor below 35 C. More than 20 nor over 35 D. Less than 20 nor over 35 B.• Waiver of the age requirement may be granted provided that the applicant shall not be.

Graduates of Criminology s n A B : r e w . Who maybe automatically granted height waiver. as provided under Section 15 of Republic Act No. Government employees wishing to transfer to PNP D. 8551? A. Members of cultural minorities duly certified by the appropriate government agency C. Police retirables requesting for extension of service B.

Members of cultural minorities duly certified by the appropriate government agency C. Among the following applicants for appointment to the police service. Police retirables requesting for extension of service D. Graduates of criminology s n A B : r e w . who maybe automatically granted height waiver? A. Government employees wishing to transfer to PNP B.

he meets the maximum educational requirement. B. Yes. No. he is only 24 years old and is within the age requirement. Mr. 1975. D. Does he meet the age requirement for entry to the police service in June 1999? A. he has exceed the minimum age requirement s n A B : r e w . but he can apply for age waiver. Juan delas Alas was born on June 1. Yes. No. C.

 Mr. No. he is only 27 years old and is within the age requirement C. 1975. No. Yes. Jaime de Rio was born on May 1. he meets the maximum educational requirement s n A B : r e w . Yes. he has exceed the minimum age requirement B. Does he meet the age requirement for entry to the police service in June 2002? A. but he can apply for the age waiver D.

B : r e w Rey who is 20 years old John who is 22 years old Dennis who is 17 years old Santi who is 35 years old s n A . D. Who among the following meets the age qualifications for appointment to the police service? A. B. C.

s 21-35 An A. C : r e w D. 21-30 . 20-30 B. 20-35 C.• The age requirement in the PNP based on the upgrading qualification for appointment is _____.

UPGARDING QUALIFICATION General Qualifications for Appointment            Citizen of the Philippines. . age. Person of good moral conduct. From the standard weight corresponding to his or her height. Not have been convicted by final judgment of an offense or crime involving moral turpitude. Male -1. Eligible in accordance with the standards set by the Commission. Age must not be less than 21 nor more than 30 yrs of age.62m and female – 1. Not have been dishonorably discharged from military employment or dismissed from cause from any civilian position in the government.57m Not more than or less than 5kgs. drug and physical test. Possess a formal baccalaureate degree. and sex. Passed the psychiatric/psychological.

 REPUBLIC ACT 9708 › Approved . 2009 › An act extending for five (5) years the reglementary period for complying with the minimum Educational Qualification for appointment to the PNP and adjusting the promotion system thereof. amending for the purpose pertinent provisions of RA 6975 and RA 8551 and for other purposes .Aug 12.

4 yrs max .20 & 31-35 yrs of age Height .more than or less than 5kgs(HAS) .belonging to cultural communities Weight .WAIVER PROGRAM Waivers for Initial Appointments to the PNP      Age .6 months Education .72 collegiate unit .

Philippine Public Safety College (PPSC) s n A . Development Academy of the Philippines C.• It is the premier educational institution for the police. Philippine Military Academy (PMA) B. fire and jail personnel: D : r e w A. Philippine College of Criminology (PCCR) D.

Three (3) members chosen by the Peace and Order Council from among the respected members of the community. A bar member chosen by the Integrated Bar of the Philippines (IBP). D. Any member of the Sangguniang Panglunsod/Pambayan. Any barangay Captain of the city/municipality concerned chosen by the association of the Barangay Captains. C. All the following are members of the People’s Law Enforcement Board (PLEB). EXCEPT: A. B. s n A D : r e w .

Director s n A . B : r e w A. Inspector GeneralC. Superintendent B. Chief Superintendent D.• The National Internal Affairs Service shall be headed by a civilian with an equivalent rank of.

› Investigate complaints and gather evidence in support of an open investigation. motuproprio/automatically) conduct inspection and audit of PNP personnel and units. › Conduct summary hearings on PNP members facing administrative charges. . Powers and Functions › Pro-actively (of its own accord.

. › File appropriate criminal cases against PNP members before the court as evidence warrants and assist in the prosecution of the case. › Provide assistance to the Office of the Ombudsman in cases involving the personnel of the PNP.› Submit a periodic report on the assessment. analysis and evaluation of the character and behavior of PNP personnel and units to the Chief. PNP and the Commission.

› Incidents where evidence was compromised. The IAS also conducts motu-proprio. › Incidents where death. . automatic investigation of the following cases: › Incidents where a police personnel discharges a firearm. › Incidents where a suspect in the custody of the police was seriously injured. obliterated or lost while in the custody of police personnel. serious physical injury or any violation of human rights occurred in the conduct of police operation. and › Incidents where the established rules of engagement have been violated. tampered with.

The Disciplinary Mechanism • Internal Discipline – Chief of Police – 15 days – Provincial Director – 30 days – Regional Director – 60 days – Chief of PNP – 180 days .Demotion .Dismissal from the service .

withholding of privileges. the total period does not exceed 30 days. and the exercises of disciplinary powers are as follows: • Chief of Police or equivalent supervisor may summarily impose the administrative penalty/penalties in all cases. • The Regional Director or equivalent supervisor may summarily impose the administrative penalty of dismissal from service.Breach of Internal Discipline Breach of Internal Discipline refers to any offense committed by a PNP member affecting order and discipline with in the police organization. Internal Discipline shall be heard by way of summary proceeding. He may also impose the penalty of admonition or reprimand. restrictive custody. suspension or forfeiture of . • Provincial Director or equivalent supervisor may summarily impose the administrative penalty/penalties in all cases. the total period does not exceed 15 days.

A : r e w s n A C. The provincial governor shall choose the provincial director from a list of ____ eligible recommended by the PNP Director preferable from the same province. city or municipality. six (6) . five (5) three (3) A. four (4) D. B.

routine desk duties and records task increase to such extent that the desk officer is not able to hand them alone. As the police station increases its size. the desk officer devote full-time exclusively to records tasks. the need for a fulltime records officer is justifiable. D. B. Which of the statement is TRUE? A. s n A D : r e w . Police records are not that important in police administration. C. In a small police station. In large departments.

D. D : r e w District Director Chief of Police Provincial Director Chief. B. PNP s n A . C.• Who among the following have the summary disciplinary powers over errant police members? A.

This is the PNP: s n A D : r e w A. Vision B. and ensure public safety and internal security with the active support of the community. prevent and control crimes. Goal C. Mission . The PNP shall enforce the law. maintain peace and order. Objective D.

• PNP VISION A professional. work. and do business in. dynamic and highly motivated Philippine National Police working in partnership with a responsive community towards the attainment of a safe place to live. invest. .

4009 s n A D : r e w . If the population of municipality A is 5 Million. 4250 D. there are 200. 4010 B.• In 2008. 3509 C. What is the crime rate? A.450 crimes reported to the Police Station of Municipality A.

20.500. 18.500 out of total crime volume of 60. What percent of the total crime volume is attributed to physical injuries? A.• In 2008.7% C.7% B. 4.7% D. 25. physical injuries numbered 12.8% An C : r e w s .

murder accounted for 10% of all index crimes.500 B. 2. 250 C. 500 D.000. how many were murder incidents? A.• In 2008. If the total index crime was 25.000 s n A C : r e w . 5.

• Crime Rate = Total Crime Volume X 100.000 Population Total Crime Volume = no. of crime reported to the Police Station/HQ .

• Longevity Pay 5 yrs = 10% of Base Pay to 50% • Retirement (Optional) 20 yrs = 50% of Base Pay and Longevity Pay 1 yr = 2.5% to 90% = 36 yrs in active service • Permanent Physical Disability 1 yr salary 80% of last salary as lifetime pension 5 yrs guaranteed period .

EXCEPT: A.member of the Peace and Order and Council .member of the Sanguniang Panglungsod/Bayan B.member of the Association of Barangay Captain C.ANSWER: D These are the members of the PLEB.three other members of known probity and integrity D.

it is also known as span of attention.personnel development . A.span of control D.unity of command B.division of work C.ANSWER: C It is refers to the number of persons an individual can supervise effectively.

12. III B. Art. .Sec.Sec. VI D.ANSWER: B This is the particular provision of the New Philippine Constitution of 1987. Art.Sec. • A.Sec 3. Art. Art. 16. 6. XVI • C. which mandated the establishment of a police which is civilian in character and national in scope.

leadership B.command and direction D.management . A. PNP.command responsibility C.ANSWER: C The __________ of the Philippine National Police was vested upon to the Chief.

A.deploy .employment C.ANSWER: A It is the organized and physical movement of all units and elements of the Philippine National Police for purposes of crime prevention and control.deployment B.employ D.

ANSWER: B It is given to the uniformed members of the DILG for every five years of satisfactory active service.living allowance pay .hazardous pay B. A.expertise pay D. and it is corresponding to ten percent of their monthly basic salary.longevity pay C.

7 .5 D.10 B.3 C.ANSWER: C The Mayor shall choose from the list of how many recommendees submitted by the Police Provincial Director prior designation of Chief of Police. A.

A.56 .60 D.ANSWER: D It is the compulsory retirement age for officers and members of the Philippine National Police.55 C.50 B.

2.5% D.50% C.96% B.10% . A.ANSWER: B How many percent is the retirement benefit of the officers and members of the Philippine National Police who have availed of the optional retirement.

woman sector D.non-gov’t. organizations . one of whom must came from the law enforcement sector.military sector B.government sector C. and the three others are from civilian sector and one of whom must came from: A.ANSWER: C The members of the commission shall be appointed by the President.

and the PLEB. A. the mayor.ANSWER: A It decides cases on appeal.NAB C.NAPOLCOM .RAB B. PNP.PLEB D. based on the decision made by officers other than the C.

central receiving entity . A.ANSWER: B The National Appellate Board and Regional Appellate Boards are the __________ of the Philippine National Police.appellate body B.disciplinary machinery C.juridical authorities D.

A.span of control D.ANSWER: A It is the process of providing clear cut channels of authority. which is very important in maintaining high working morale and esprit d’ corps.unity of command B.division of work C.personnel development .

embodying in them in specific general order and serving as the leader of thea enterprise. Staffing D.organizing C.planning B.ANSWER: D It is the continuous task of making decisions. A. Directing .

ANSWER: A As provided under RA 8551.NAPOLCOM C. EXCEPT: A.PLEB B. the following were given summary dismissal powers upon due notice and summary hearing. PNP D.Chief.Regional Director .

directing . A.planning B.staffing D.ANSWER: A It is working out in broad outline the thing that needs to accomplish for the organizations.organizing C.

ANSWER: A Who may administer the qualifying entrance and promotional examinations for the officers and members of the Philippine National Police.PRC D.PNP . A.NAPOLCOM B.CSC C.

NAB B. A.RAB C.ANSWER: D It is the central receiving entity of the citizens complaints filed against erring officers and members of the Philippine National Police.NAPOLCOM D.PLEB .

how many percent will be given to female in terms of recruitment.10% C.ANSWER: B In ensuring gender sensitivity in the Philippine National Police.5% .20% D.15% B. A. training and promotion.

ANSWER: A
In general, the initial appointment
of the commissioned officers in
the PNP shall commence with the
rank of:
A.Inspector B.Senior Inspector
C.Police Officer I
D.PNPA Cadet

ANSWER: A
From among the two (2) deputy
chiefs who is the second in
command in the Philippine
National Police.
A.Dep. for Administration
B.Chief, Directorial Staff
C.Dep. for Operation
D.all
of the above

ANSWER: C
The Secretary of the Department
of Interior and Local Government
shall be at the same time the
__________ of the NAPOLCOM.
A.Ex-officio member
B.Commissioner
C.Ex-Officio Chairperson
D.Chairman

A.RA 8551 C.RA 6975 B. by virtue of which NAPOLCOM was created.PD 765 .ANSWER: C It is otherwise known as the Police Professionalization Act of 1966.RA 4864 D.