The Philippine National Police (PNP) is calling all able-bodied Filipino men and women aged 21-30 years old to take on the challenge to serve a noble career in the police service.
The National Police Commission and the Department of Budget and Management have authorized the PNP to fill up 17,000 vacancies comprising the 10,000 annual regular recruitment quota and 7,000 additional quota to replace retired, deceased, dismissed, AWOL, and other separated personnel.
“We want the largest pool of applicants that we can muster from which to select only the best candidates that will be recruited into the police service”, PNP Officer-in-Charge, Police Lieutenant General Archie Francisco Gamboa said.
“The annual recruitment program has taken Philippine law enforcement to a higher level by closing the gap in the police-to-population ratio to within ideal limits set by the law”, he continued.
Gamboa said successful candidates will be appointed to the initial rank of Police Patrolman with a gross monthly salary of P29,668.00 with other mandated allowances and benefits.