Permanent civilian employees of the current CP, INP, Anti-Drug Squad, CIS and AFP Technical Services assigned to the CP, including NAPOLCOM hearing officers who hold regular items as such, will be supported by the Department as employees of the Department, subject to applicable laws and regulations. Phase I – exercise of the option by uniformed members of the Philippine Mounted Police, CP elements assigned to Drug Command, the IEC and AFP technical services personnel assigned to the CP to include regular IEC investigative officers and agents and agents of NAPOLCOM`s Department of Inspection, Investigation and Intelligence, and the personnel of the National Action Committee on Combating Hijacking (NACAH) of the Department of Defense within six (6) months from the date of entry into force of this Act. At the end of this phase, all the staff of the INP, PC; The technical services of AFP, NACAH and the Directorate of Inspection, Investigation and Intelligence of NAPOLCOM must have been covered by official orders assigned to the PNP, firefighters and prison forces through their respective units. (2) the Legal Affairs Service, which provides efficient and effective services to the Commission as the Commission`s legal adviser; draft, review and make recommendations on contracts concerning the Commission; and preparing legal opinions on the administration and functioning of the Philippine National Police and the Commission; Cralaw § 75. The monthly retirement salary shall be fifty percent (50%) of the base salary and longevity salary of the retirement group for twenty (20) years of active service and shall increase by two and a half percent (2.5%) for each year of active service beyond twenty (20) years to a maximum of ninety percent (90%) for thirty-six (36) years of active service and more. Paragraph 25. Organization. – The PNP is headed by a Chief assisted by two (2) Deputy Chiefs, one (1) for Operations and one (1) for Administration, both appointed by the President on the recommendation of the Commission from among the most senior and qualified officers in the service: provided, however, that in no case an official who has retired or may be dismissed within six (6) months of the legal retirement age. be appointed head of the PNP.

The PNP is composed of a national office, regional offices, provincial offices, district offices, municipal or municipal stations. 4. the administrative service assisting the Commission in budgetary and financial matters; the provision of necessary services with respect to records, correspondence, supplies, goods and equipment, security and general services, and the maintenance and use of facilities; and providing services in the areas of workforce, career planning and development, personnel transactions and employee well-being; Cralaw (d) Must have a formal bachelor`s degree to be appointed as an officer and have completed at least the second year of college studies or the equivalent of seventy-two (72) collegiate units for the appointment of non-officers or equivalent training or experience for those who, after the date of coming into force of this Act, is already in force. (d) Director-General. Appointed by the President from among the senior officers up to the rank of serving Chief Superintendent, subject to confirmation by the Nominating Commission: Provided that the Head of the PNP performs a mission of not more than four (4) years: Provided further that, in time of war or other national emergency declared by Congress, the President may extend this mission. (c) promote and develop policies and adopt rules and regulations, standards and procedures to improve policing, based on sound professional approaches and principles; CP officers and recruited personnel who have not elected to join the PNP will be assigned to the Army, Navy or Air Force or may retire under existing AFP rules and regulations. Any civil servant of the PC-INP or recruited staff member may, within twelve months from the entry into force of this Law, retire and receive pension benefits corresponding to a position of two (2) grades higher than his current grade, provided that he has completed at least twenty (20) years of service at the time of his application for retirement and not more than twenty-four (24) months of service before the law. The retirement age, as required by the law in force for his office. § 40 Optional retirement. – After having accumulated at least twenty (20) years of satisfactory active service, an officer or non-officer shall, at his request and with the consent of the Commission, cease his service and be entitled to the benefits provided by law. (e) Decisions – The decision of the BEP becomes final and binding: provided that a decision of demotion or revocation may be appealed by either party within ten (10) days of receipt of the copy of the decision by the Regional Appeal Committee.

Local administrative units at the municipal level are responsible for fire safety and various emergency services such as the rescue and evacuation of the injured in the event of fire and, more generally, for all safety and fire suppression measures aimed at ensuring the safety of the lives and property of citizens. (b) Personnel services. – The Commission`s personnel services are as follows: § 38. – a) A member of the PNP may be promoted to a position or higher grade only if he/she has passed the relevant promotion examination of the Commission or the examinations of the Bar Association or competent committees for technical services and other professions and has successfully completed an appropriate and accredited course in the PNP or equivalent training institutions. In addition, no PNP member may be promoted unless he or she has been acquitted by the People`s Law Enforcement Council (PLEB) of the complaints against him. § 81 Complaints and complaints. – Uniformed personnel have the right to lodge complaints with their superiors or commanders and to have them heard and decided as soon as possible in the best interests of the service, respecting the guarantees of due process in each case. Such complaints or complaints must be resolved at the lowest possible level in the command unit, and the defendant has the right to appeal an adverse decision to higher authorities. Paragraph 2. Statement of Principles.