What Is PNP's Organizational Structure?

PNP stands for Philippine National Police, or Pambansang Pulisya ng Pilipinas. PNP is the civilian national police force of the Republic of the Philippines. Branches of the PNP are found in 13 anti-crime organizations.

PNP integrates with: The Aviation Security Group, Program Management Office, Special Action Force, PNP Intelligence Group, PNP Maritime Group, Police Security and Protection Group, PNP Regional Public Safety Battalion, Police Community Relations Group, Anti Cybercrime Group, Civil Security Group, Anti kidnapping Group, Highway Patrol Group to duly perform its functions. The organization has instituted programs for the next twenty years in order to evolve into a highly professional, motivated and dynamic organization optimizing its capability as it works in partnership with a responsive community for the attainment of a safe place to live, work, invest and do business. As mandated by Republic Act 6975 or the Department of Interior and Local Government Act of 1990, the PNP, as an organization, was formed on Jan 29, 1991. What now is PNP, the national police force of the Philippines, is a conglomeration of former Integrated National Police and the Philippine Constabulary. PNP is part of the Department of Interior and Local Government. The police force has 140,000 personnel and its main headquarters is located in Camp Crame in Quezon City, Metro Manila.