490 vacant slots for Central Luzon policemen-A A +A
Friday, February 18, 2011
CAMP OLIVAS - The Philippine National Police (PNP) in Central Luzon has at least 490 vacant slots for new policemen to be filled up this May.
To fill-up the vacant positions, Chief Inspector Angelito Esteban, chief of the Regional Personnel and Human Resource Development Division, announced that they are now accepting qualified applicants to become police officers.
The regional police office will accept folders from applicants starting February 10 at the provincial police offices and city police offices of Angeles City, Aurora, Bataan, Bulacan, Nueva Ecija, Pampanga, Tarlac, Olongapo City, and Zambales.
The submission of folders at the provincial and city levels is until February 21.
1) Should be a Filipino citizen;
2) At least 21 years old and not more than 30 years old upon the date of oath taking;
3) Must stand at least 157 centimeters for female and 162 centimeters for male;
4) Must be physically and mentally fit;
5) A graduate of any baccalaureate course or four-year course; and
6) Should possess any of the following eligibilities -- National Police Commission-PNP Entrance Exam, Civil Service Professional Exam, or a board exam.
The following documents should be also submitted to the provincial and city police offices: Personal Data Sheet (PDS CSC Form 212, revised 2005), birth certificate from the National Statistics office (NSO), transcript of records and diploma, Certificate of Eligibility, Clearances (Barangay Clearance, Local Police Clearance, Mayor's Clearance, Municipal Trial Court, Prosecutor's and Regional Trial Court Clearances, National Bureau of Investigation Clearance and a one piece whole body picture. (Charlene Cayabyab)
Published in the Sun.Star Pampanga newspaper on February 19, 2011.