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PNP recruitment, salaries, promotion, etc.; updates
Topic Started: Oct 26 2005, 01:42 PM (29,838 Views)
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Does anybody know the salary structure of the PNP? Like how much each rank earns?
Also, how does one get promoted within the PNP? The two year minimum between ranks seems a bit inefficient is all. I mean, will it really take at least 6 years to get from PO1 to PO3? Parang ang tagal masyado nun, mga sir.

There's nothing on the PNP website, so I was hoping that someone on the forums could help me out. I'm really considering joining the police force.

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cops have higher monthly income than their rank equivalents in the AFP, promotions can be faster if the cop is diligent in attending schooling and in service trainings
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And the most important of all is the political backing !
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My cousin who is a licensed civil engineer entered the PNP and is now an inspector (lieutenant), he earns around 26k per month and his job is just looking after the PNPs physical facilities. No anti-criminal police work for him.

There's a quota system when the PNP accepts applicants, its supposed to be fair and according to several criteria, but some with connections can still get through even if they have deficiencies.
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Hmm, 26K a month isn't bad. Did he have to start as a PO1 or did he start as an Inspector? That's a pretty big jump.
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Professionals who passed the licensure will be inducted to the service directly as commissioned officers with the first rank of inspector, in a process called lateral entry.

The basis for promotion is by eligibility, hardwork or efficiency, educational background, training, and length of service, but influence or "kapit" or 'lakas" cannot be discounted because it always play a role in our culture and system.

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professionals with good chances of lateral entry are engineers, doctors, and lawyers...if you're still young, try to qualify for the PNPA first, the PNP's version of the PMA.
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Haha, I missed the PNPA age requirements by a year. I didn't even know there was a PNPA until a few months ago. :sad2:

I guess I'll have to go through the regular procedure, then. I don't think the PNP is looking for licensed librarians.
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Whatever educational attainment or course you have, as long as you qualified in the educational qualification area, no criminal record, and physically and mentally fit, then you can be enlisted in areas where personnel is needed.
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The basis for promotion is by eligibility, hardwork or efficiency, educational background, training, and length of service, but influence or "kapit" or 'lakas" cannot be discounted because it always play a role in our culture and system.

Sometimes it's not always what you know but whom you know.

But isn't this the common perception wherever we may be employed? Especially when one gets passed over for a promotion?
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