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1. The new PNP Reform and Reorganization Act of 1998 refers to

(RA 8551)

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2. It institutionalized the Doctrine of Command responsibility at all levels of Command in the PNP is by virtue of

(NAPOLCOM MC NO 95-03)

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3. The PNP officer is briefly deprived from the privilege of performing his duties as a result of violating a departmental regulation, then he is

(under suspension)

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4. What is the equivalent in the police rank of full colonel of the Philippine Army?

(senior Superintendent)

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5. Who administer qualifying examination for Policemen?

(NAPOLCOM)

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6. In RA 8551, who is the ex officio member in the NAPOLCOM?

(Chief PNP)

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7. Factors that influences decentralization of police function

(Area of Population density)

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8. What is the basic educational requirements in the appointment of police officer 1

(Baccalaureate degree)

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9. Equivalent of Police Chief Superintendent in the Military?

(Brigadier General)

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10. Who select the chief of Police in the City of Municipality?

(Mayor)

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11. ________ refers to direction provided by a superior to a subordinate on a one or one basis

SUPERVISION

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12. Under Executive Order No 309 a city/municipality should have?

(emergency and disaster plan)

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13. What is the experience required for one who wants to join the IAS – Internal Affairs Service

(at least 5 years in law enforcement)

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14. What should be prepared by a police officer for evaluation and to be made as basis for policing formulation, decision making and operation

(report of daily activities)

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15. Whose decisions over police administrative are reviewed by the National appellate board is appealed?

(Chief of PNP)

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16. Equivalent rank of Chief Inspector in Military Ranking

(Major)

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17. What is the age qualification of police applicant

(21 – 30 years old)

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18. What is the percentage of female with regard to gender in the annual recruitment?

(10%)

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19. What law created the NAPOLCOM in 1966

(RA 4864)

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20. The COP ask for budget from the PD, the PD – RD – CPNP. What is this?

(Scalar Principle)

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how many PLEB to be assigned in the municipality?

(one)

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22. What is the equivalent rank of Chief PNP?

(Director General)

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23. What is the equivalent salary of PO1 base on RA 8551?

(Public Teacher)

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24. Who is given an automatic height waiver?

(belonging to cultural minority)

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25. In police set – up, how many percent of manpower in allocated to line function?

(80 – 85%)

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26. PO2 Chester is for afternoon duty, therefore he is from?

(4 – 12) – 1st shift 12-8 2nd shift 8-4 3rd shift 4-12

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27. If there are 25500 index crime, 255 murders, how many percent is murder?

(.01%)

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28. In the Police Commission, who are the two “ex officio” members?

(NBI Director and Chief PNP)

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29. What are the three fundamental processes of police administration?

(planning, organizing and directing)

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30. What agency administer the entrance examination for policemen under RA 8551?

(NAPOLCOM)

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31. Under RA 6975 what are the 2 kinds of retirement?

(compulsory and optional retirement)

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32. What are the Division under the line function?

Operations?

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33. Graduate of PNPA will enter the PNP with the initial rank of

(inspector)

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34. What law mandated the Integration of all local police forces in the Philippines?

(PD 765)

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35. RA 6975 took effect on (January 1, 1991) RA 8551

(February 25, 1998)

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36. PNP is civilian in character and National in

(Scope)

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37. What law superseded numerous provisions of RA 6975?

(RA 8551)

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38. What is the cadetship program of PNP (

(PNPA)

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39. What is the compulsory retirement under RA 8551? (56) Palasi was born in October 16, 1954, what is his mandatory Group retirement?

(2010)

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40. What is the equivalent of a DR or member of the bar/or priest through lateral entry?

(S/Insp)

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41. What is the rank of PNP cadet?

(higher than SPO IV)

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42. Who signs promotion

(RD – PO1 – SPO IV – CPNP)

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43. What law return the power of investigation of the NAPOLCOM?

(RA 8551)

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44. How many names will the Regional Director submits for recommendations to Provincial Governor for Provincial Director?

(5)

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45. Under RA 6975, a policeman in entitled to a longevity pay equivalent to what percent of his monthly basic salary for every five years of service to be reckoned from the date of his original appointment?

(10%)

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46. What are requirements for eligible for promotion to a higher rank?

(satisfactory completed the mandatory training requirement, cleared with PLEB, passed the required promotional examination given by the NAPOLCOM, attained the required time – in grade (TIG) for the rank)

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47. Where do you appeal decision of PLEB?

(NAPOLCOM RAB)

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48. Who is constitutionally mandated to administer and control the PNP?

(NAPOLCOM)

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49. What police management plans seek to intervene directly by twin problem crime and disorder in communities by directly involvement to the community

(community oriented policing)

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50. What agency is mandated by RA 6975 to conduct career training course for the uniformed members of the PNP, BJMP, BFP?

(Philippine Public Safety College)

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51. What law expanded the permanent disability of PNP members that they be given pension?

(PD 1844)

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52. What is the maximum tenure of a Regional Police Director

(6 years)

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53. What law that first established the PNP?

(RA 6975)

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54. A police officer who becomes permanently disabled received monthly pension of what percentage of his last salary?

(80% of his last salary)

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55. Which type of organizational is police which is applicable in complex organization, where there is more highly specializes division of work?

(line and Staff organization)

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56. It is the organizational principle that subordinates must be under the control of one superior

(unity of Command)

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57. Where do you file appeals form decision of the chief PNP?

(NAPOLCOM National Appellate Board)

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58. The inspection and audit authorities are

NAPOLCOM,
CSC, Commission and Audit and
(IAS)

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59. What is the maximum age allowed by the initial appointment under waiver program?

(35 years old)

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60. The term limit of Chief PNP?

(4 years)

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61. When police patrol are increased beyond normal levels, this is called

(reactive patrol)

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62. What is the referred to as the total number of police officers assigned to patrol duties?

(mandatory strength)

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63. How it the crew complement of a Mobile Patrol Division organized into shifts for each turn of duty

(daily 3 shift assignment)

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64. A patrol beat refers to a

(geographical area to be patrolled)

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65. What type of patrol performs certain specific, predetermined preventive strategies on a regular and systematic basis

(low visibility patrol)

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66. This type of patrol performs certain specific predetermined preventive strategies in a regular and systematic basis

(gather and analyze data)

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67. Patrol strategy which primarily takes care of calls for police assistance

(motorized patrol)

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68. How is the morning shift called

(early round)

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69. The patrol strategy which focused on patrol force which is subdivided into traditional random component or directed patrol

(deterrent patrol)

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70. What NAPOLCOM branch reviews cases appeal from decision rendered by PLEB, PNP, Regional Director and his equivalent rank, city/municipality mayor?

(NAB)

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71. A very important basis in knowing the preventive patrol tactics

(Crime analysis)

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72. What is the least priority work of chief of police

(interview with the media)

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73. What is the height requirement of a male PNP applicant

(1.62m)

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74. if a person who graduated an associated in criminology files his application in the office of the mayor, what will happen to his application

(forwarded)

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75. What is the rank of PNPA graduate?

(inspector)

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76. Who is the Chairperson of the NAPOLCOM?

(secretary of the DILG)