Attached Agencies
 
Local Government Academy  
The Local Government Academy (LGA) is the country's leading provider of capacity building services to local government units (LGUs) and to the DILG personnel. With our main office and training center located in the heart of Pasig City and at the University of the Philippines in Los Banos, Laguna resperctively, we cater to the needs of all LGUs nationwide- from program designing to training implementation, and other forms of technical assistance.

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Philippine National Police  
The Philippine National Police (PNP) has put in place all necessary safeguards to eliminate every possible situation or opportunity for corruption in the police service.

We acknowledge that law enforcers are vulnerable to some opportunities for corruption, but the PNP leadership has continued to strive to block these opportunities for corruption to take place.

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Bureau of Fire Protection  
The enactment of Republic Act 6975, otherwise known as the Department of Interior and Local Government Act of 1990 which took effect on January 1, 1991 paved the way for the establishment of the Philippine National Police (PNP), Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) and Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP) as separate entities. Specifically, the Fire Bureau’s charter was created under Chapter IV (Section 53 to 59) and carried-out through the provisions of Rule VII (Sections 49 to 58) of the Implementing Rules and Regulations of the said law.

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Bureau of Jail Management and Penology  
As one of the five pillars of the Criminal Justice System, the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP) was created to address growing concern of jail management and penology problem. Primarily, its clients are detainees accused before a court who are temporarily confined in such jails while undergoing investigation, waiting final judgement and those who are serving sentence promulgated by the court 3 years and below. As provided for under R.A. No. 6975, the Jail Bureau is mandated to take operational and administrative control over all city, district and municipal jails.

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Philippine Public Safety College  

The promulgation of Republic Act 6975, otherwise known as the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) Act of 1990, operationalized and initiated the call for a tangible reform in the country's public safety services particularly for the uniformed bureaus under DILG.

   The same Act factually complied with the constitutional mandate for a unified single national police force, which is civilian in character under the administration of the National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM). Likewise, the same law upgraded the fire and jail services as new and separate bureaus under the DILG stewardship.

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National Police Commission  

In 1966, Congress enacted Republic Act 4864 otherwise known as the Police Act of 1966 to provide the foundation for the much needed police reforms in the country. It created the POLICE COMMISSION (Polcom) “to achieve and attain a higher degree of efficiency in the organization, administration and operation of local police agencies; and to place the local police service on a professional level.”

Since 1966, the Commission had undergone changes in its organizational structure. It was reorganized in 1972 as the National Police Commission (Napolcom). Originally under the Office of the President, it was transferred to the Ministry of National Defense in 1975 by virtue of Presidential Decree 765, known as the Police Integration Law. This Decree also established the Integrated National Police (INP) with the Philippine Constabulary (PC) as the nucleus. Ten (10) years later in 1985, it was returned to the Office of the President pursuant to Executive Order No. 1040. In 1989, Executive Order No. 379 placed the INP directly under the “ command, supervision and control of the President.”

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