Congratulations to the Newly Promoted PRO9 Police Non-Commissioned Officers.
Pursuant to paragraph 4a of the approved Standard Operating Procedure No. 2009-001, as quoted "Identification cards issued to active and retired uniformed and non-uniformed personnel are government properties" and paragraph 8d stating that the "Chief, RPHRDDs and Personnel/Administrative Officers shall take appropriate actions for the prompt recovery of ID cards issued to personnel whose appointments are cancelled and those who are dismissed, dropped from rolls, terminated or on AWOL status and surrender the same to the Chiefs of Police or Heads of Offices concerned."
The country’s 160,000-strong national police force will receive in April the first tranche of additional benefits package contained in Executive Order No. 201 by President Benigno S Aquino III, effective January 1, 2016. The grant of additional benefits, in the form of monthly Provisional Allowance for Military and Uniformed Personnel, Officers’ Allowance and increased Hazard Pay will be implemented in the next pay period in April 2016.
This pertains to the educational benefit program being offered by the INFORMATICS Institute to qualified PNP personnel, including contractual employees, and their dependents to study in any undergraduate courses and TESDA Diploma Programs.
All PNP PRO9 personnel (uniformed and non-uniformed) from the Regional Headquarters down to the police staitons, who are admitted to hospitals/medical facilities for treatment or any procedure, are directed to inform the Regional Health Service 9 of their hospital admission either through their relatives or chiefs of offices, in person or through radio message upon the starting date of admission to the medical facility. This will ensure that RHS9 will be able to monitor the patient’s progress of treatment while confined, as well as to facilitate the reimbursement of hospitalization expenses.