Regional Personnel and Human Resource and Devt Division (RPHRDD)

phoneTelephone Number  :045-8602935

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Regional Intelligence Division(RID)

phoneTelephone Number  :045-435-0690

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Regional Operations and Plans Division(ROPD) 

phoneTelephone Number   :045-860-2940 fax/860-2941/

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Regional Logistics Research Development Division(RLRDD)

phoneTelephone Number  :045-435-1992

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 Regional Police Community Relation Division(RPCRD)

phoneTelephone Number  :045-435-1966

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Regional Comptrollership Division(RCD)

phoneTelephone Number  :045-435-1956/435-2012 fax

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 Regional Investigation Detection Management Division(RIDMD)

phoneTelephone Number  :045-961-3558

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Battalion Tactical Operation Center (BTOC)

phoneTelephone Number  :045-435-0494

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Regional Highway Patrol Unit 3

phoneTelephone Number  :045-861-3360

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Regional Crime Laboratory Office 3

phoneTelephone Number  :045-963-4671/ 860-2931

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Regional Intelligence Unit 3

phoneTelephone Number  :045-961-0356/861-3360

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Regional Personnel Records Management Division(RPHRDD)

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 Regional Personnel Records Management Division(RPHRDD)

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Regional Internal Affair Service 3

phoneTelephone Number  :045-860-2937

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 PRO3 KEY OFFICERS 

As of Novermber 23, 2017

R E G I O N A L    H E A D Q U A R T E R S

 

                                 RANK/NAME                       POSITION
   
                                                                               COMMAND GROUP
 PCSUPT AMADOR V CORPUZ
 Regional Director
 PSSUPT ELMER CRUZ BANTOG DRDA
 PSSUPT RONALDO LUCERO LLANERA  DRDO
 PSSUPT ROMMIL MERCADO MITRA  RCDS
                                                                 DIRECTRORIAL STAFF
 PSUPT NARVIN NUNAG MANGUNE
 OIC, ORPHRDD
 PSUPT JEAN SALVADOR FAJARDO
 OIC, RID
 PSSUPT JESUS ATCHICO REBUA
 Chief, ROPD 
 PSUPT RANDY YGAY ARCEO  OIC, RLRDD
 PSSUPT OSCAR PADILLA JACILDO
 ChiefRPCRD
 PSSUPT MAFELINO ASPERO BAZAR  Chief, RCD
 PSSUPT EDUARDO GALANG TUAZON JR  Chief, RIDMD
                                                                                      OTHER OFFICES
 PSSUPT ROLLY REYES MENDOZA  Chief, RHSG
 PSUPT WALTER LIWANAG DUYAG Human Rights Officer
 PSUPT FE GALDO GRENAS 
 Chief, RPIO
 PSUPT JUDY SANTOS LOPEZ  Acting Chief, Regional Legal Office 3
 PSUPT ARNULFO A CASTILLO
 Regional Chaplain
 PSUPT CHARLES VINCENT L TANCINCO  Acting Regional Engineer  
 SPO4 Donato Junio Yadao Jr.  OIC, RESPO
 NUP Cynthia Quintos Placido  NUP Supervisor
 NUP Iluminada Cule Sarmiento
 Chief, Regional Accounting Division
 NUP Arnold Caleon Adriosula  Regional SAO
 Imelda S Latay
 Regional Auditor
  
PROVINCIAL/CITY DIRECTORS AND 3rd RPSB
PSSUPT JONAS TUNGCOGO AMPARO Acting PD, Aurora PPO 
PSUPT DONATO REYTA BAIT 
OIC, Bataan PPO
PSSUPT ROMEO MAGPILI CARAMAT JR PD, Bulacan PPO
PSSUPT ELISEO TALATA TANDING Acting PD, Nueva Ecija PPO
PSSUPT JOEL RENTOY CONSULTA Acting PD, Pampanga PPO
PSSUPT RITCHIE MERDARDO AROMIN POSADAS PD, Tarlac PPO
PSSUPT CHRISTOPHER JACOB MATEO
PD, Zambales PPO 
PSSUPT ENRICO HUELBA VARGAS City Director, Angeles CPO 
PSSUPT MELCHOR BALIUAG CABALZA III
Acting City Director, Olongapo CPO
PSSUPT JOSELITO FISCO IMPERIAL Batallion Commander, RPSB3
 
REGIONAL SUPPORT UNITS
PCSUPT REY TAPIC TANG Regional Director, RIAS3
PSUPT JEZEBEL DOMINGUEZ MEDINA
Chief, RHS3
PSSUPT LITO ENKIG PATAY Regional Chief, CIDG3
PSSUPT REYNALDO SOCLINEN CELESTINO Chief, RIU3
PSUPT RASTATUTO MENDOZA PADILLA Acting Regional Chief, RCEO3
PSUPT SAMSON BELGICA BELMONTE
OIC, RPU3
PSUPT NESTOR CRUZATA BABAGAY JR Regional Training Director, RTC3
PSSUPT RADEL DE LEON RAMOS
Chief, RFSO3
PSSUPT ROMEO DACQUIGAN ANINAG
Regional Chief, RCLO3
PSSUPT  JAY REYES CUMIGAD

Regional Chief, Aviation Security Unit 3

PSUPT OSMUNDO TUPAGAN SALIBO OIC, Regional Maritime Unit 3
DIR. RODOLFO G SANTOS JR Regional Director, NAPOLCOM, Region 3
   

Career Opportunities

 

 

Joining the PNP is a job like no other.  It is a challenging career that you need to explore.  It is difficult but rewarding, not only in terms of benefits, but also in the satisfaction of helping others and sacrificing your comfort to make this world a better place to live.

 

As a Police Officer,  we work to keep our communities safe.  We prevent criminals and terrorists from disrupting the normal activities of the citizens.  We ensure that the people can walk the streets and sleep at night and be assured that they and their families will not be victims of criminal activities (murder, homicide, robbery, theft, carnapping, illegal drugs, rape and other crimes).

 

 

General Qualifications

 

 

1. A citizen of the Philippines; 

2. A person of good moral character;

3. Must have passed the psychiatric/psychological, drug and physical tests.

4. Must possess a formal baccalaureate degree from a recognized learning institution;

5. Must possess any of the following eligibilities;

    

   a. PNP Entrance (NAPOLCOM)

   b. RA No. 1080

   c. PD No. 907

   d. (For Lateral Entrants), RA No. 1080 (Board and Bar   Examinations)

 

6. Must not have been dishonorably discharged from the military employment or dismissed for cause from any civilian position  in the government;7. Must not have been convicted by final judgment of an offense or crime involving moral turpitude;

8. Must be at least one meter and sixty-two centimeters (1.62m) in height for male and one meter and fifty-seven centimeters (1.57m);

9. Must weigh not more or less than five kilograms (5 kgs) from the standard weight corresponding to one’s height, age, and sex;

10. Must not be less than twenty-one (21) nor more than thirty (30) years of age.

 

          Preferred applicant:

                 -Skilled in driving ( with Professional or Non Professional Driver License)

                 -Can operate computer using Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Internet Surfing

 

          Requirements:

               1. Civil Service Personal Data Sheet (PDS) Revised 2005;

               2. NSO Birth Certificate (Authenticated by NSO);

               3. Transcript of Records and Diploma;

               4. Certificate of Eligibility and Board Rating;

               5. Local Clearances

                        a. Barangay Clearance;

                        b. Police Clearance;

                        c. NBI Clearance;

                        d. Mayor’s Clearance;

                        e. Prosecutor’s Clearance;

                        f. MTC and RTC Clearance;

                        g. (For Lateral entrants) additional clearance for previous government-employed applicants specifically

                            Ombudsman clearance and for PNP in-service applicants; PLEB and DIDM clearance is needed;

               6. Two copies of 2x2 colored white background picture and 1 whole body picture;

               7. Two (2) valid identification cards;

               8. Certificate of Good Moral Character (issued by College/University);

 

 

 Pay and Benefits

 

           - Base payInsurance and healthcare benefits

                          - Police Officer 1 (PO1)—P13, 492.00

                          -  Police Inspector—P28,839.00

                          - Police Senior Inspector—P31,251.00

 

               - Billeting and housing privileges

               - Job security

                   - Leadership and other skills training

               - Progressive Career opportunitiesOpportunity to serve for UN Peacekeeping Operations

               - Opportunities for post-graduate studies within the country and abroad

               - Awards and Recognition

               - Meritorious Promotions

               - Incentive and Bonus

               - Health Care

               - Housing and Quartering

               - Scholarship/Educational Assistance        

               - Special Assistance

               - Legal Assistance

               - Retirement Program

               - Grievance System

               - Memorial Park (Himlayan ng Bayaning Pulis)

 

 

  Contacts

 

          POLICE REGIONAL OFFICE 3 (PRO 3)

            Camp Olivas City of San fernando, Pampanga

            OPHRDD3

            (045) 860-2935 / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

         

 

 

 

 

 

                 

 

 

 

citizens charterRepublic Act No. 9485 otherwise known as the Anti-Red Tape Act of 2007 was enacted into law to improve efficiency in the delivery of government services to the public by reducing bureaucratic red tape, preventing graft and corruption.

The Anti-Red Tape Act of 2007 was signed into law amid corruption and bureaucratic red tape that are besetting government agencies for the past decades.

Through this Act, all government offices including local government units and government-owned and -controlled corporations are required to expedite transactions and/or adopt fixed deadline for the completion of transactions and assess regularly as well as enhance their frontline services.

This Act also requires all agencies to maintain honesty and responsibility among its public officials and employees, and shall take appropriate measures to promote transparency in each agency with regard to the manner of transacting with the public.

RA 9485 also states that heads of government offices are accountable to the public in rendering fast, efficient, convenient, and reliable services. It also requires agencies concerned to act on pending papers within five working days involving simple transactions and a minimum of 10 days for complex cases. Thus the PNP, in support to this Act, has adopted various modifications and revisited its frontline services for the convenience of the transacting public minus the unnecessary voluminous documents.

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