A. Base Pay
It is the fixed amount received by the uniformed PNP personnel on a monthly basis. Effective January 1, 2018, J.R.
No. 1 provides for the implementation of the fourth tranche of the modified salary schedule which covers the “uniformed personnel under the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG)”―the department to which the National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM) belongs which is responsible for the administration and control of the Philippine National Police (PNP).
As a result of the implementation of the fourth tranche of the modified salary schedule, the following are the base pay of all PNP uniformed personnel (Ref: Joint Resolution
No. 1 Modified Base Pay Schedule) pnp base pay
B. Longevity Pay.
Uniformed personnel of the department shall be entitled to a longevity pay of ten percent (10%) of their basic monthly salaries for every five (5) years of service, which shall be reckoned from the date of the personnel’s original appointment in the AFP or appointment in the police, fire, or jail or other allied services to the integration of the PC and the INP, provided that the totality of such longevity pay shall not exceed fifty percent (50%) of the basic pay (Ref: Section 71, Chapter VII, Republic Act 6975).
C. Regular Allowances.
These are allowances given regularly and are common to all uniformed PNP members in addition to the basic salary (Ref: Section 71 of RA 6975).
1. Quarter Allowance.
It is an allowance given to officers and non-officers who are not provided with living quarters, housing PNP units or living quarters through the auspices of the PNP where their families can be accommodated. Those who have obtained any housing units/living quarters automatically forfeit their entitlement to this allowance in favor of the PNP Housing Board (Ref: NAPOLCOM Resolution 91-18). quarter allowance pnp pay Photo: PNP
2. Regular Subsistence Allowance.
It is an allowance given to all uniformed PNP members to defray the cost of their daily regular meals amounting to Php150.00 per day or Php4,500 per month. (Ref: Joint Resolution No. 1 effective January 1, 2018).
3. Clothing Allowance.
It is an allowance given to cover the cost of maintaining uniforms that PNP members must wear daily. This is paid at the rate of P200.00 per month for both officers and non-officers (Ref: NAPOLCOM Resolution 91-18).
4. Hazard Pay.
It is an allowance given as basic occupational hazard pay considering law enforcement being a hazardous occupation. The Hazard Pay of all uniformed personnel, the fixed amount is now at P540.00 per month. (Ref: NAPOLCOM Resolution 91-18).
Due to the rising cost of living, Php1,500.00 additional compensation shall be given in addition to Php500.00.The current PERA is two thousand pesos (Php2,000.00) per month (Ref: Budget Circular Nr 2009-3).
5. Laundry Allowance.
It is an allowance intended to defray the laundry costs of PNP uniformed personnel whose frequent appearances in public affairs or frequent attendance at ceremonies and assignment to units/activities require the wearing of a presentable uniform at all times with the following rates (Ref: Office of the President Memorandum dated August 28, 1997):
Officer — P60.00 per month, paid monthly
Non-Officer — P30.00 per month, paid monthly
It is granted to any awardee of the Medal of Valor. The awardee shall receive a monthly gratuity of twenty thousand pesos (Php20,000.00) (Ref: Circular No. 2001-010).
E.) Collateral Pay and Allowances
1. Hospital Subsistence Allowance.
It is an additional allowance over and above the regular subsistence allowance of the PNP uniformed personnel representing the free daily meals given them upon confinement in PNP hospitals and/or dispensaries amounting to Php30.00 per day (Ref: NAPOLCOM Resolution 91-18).
2. CDC Subsistence Allowance.
It is an additional allowance over and above the regular subsistence allowance of PNP personnel given to support the meal requirement of PNP uniformed personnel engaged in any Civil Disturbance Control operations amounting to Php30.00 per day (Ref: NAPOLCOM Resolution 91-18).
3. Training Subsistence Allowance.
It is an additional allowance, or training emolument, over and above the regular subsistence allowance, given to PNP uniformed personnel undergoing local training in the AFP, PNP training institution, OJT or schooling in local educational institution whereby they acquire knowledge, skills and expertise for professional or career advancement. Each student/trainee is paid through the school a rate of Php30.00 per day times the number of days the duration of the course (Ref: NAPOLCOM Resolution 91-18).
4. Combat Duty Pay.
It is a fixed Php3,000.00 monthly allowance for uniformed personnel of the PNP engaged in actual police operations (Ref: Sec 1 and 2 EO No. 03, s 2016).
5. Combat Incentive Pay.
It is a Php300.00 per day allowance for uniformed personnel of the PNP who figure directly in actual combat against members of various insurgent, terrorist, and lawless elements, subject to the following conditions (Ref: Sec 3 EO No. 03, s 2016):
– The operation must be for a specific combat mission that is duly covered by a Mission Order (Letter Order);
the personnel involved in combat must be in the published task organization of the PNP Mission Order;
– The total additional combat incentive pay for each individual shall not exceed three thousand pesos (Php3,000.00) per month; and
-The combat incentive pay shall be over and above the combat duty pay of Php3,000.00 for qualified uniformed personnel of the PNP.
6. Hazardous Duty Pay.
It is an allowance given to PNP uniformed personnel for exposure to particular occupational hazards or elements, or hazardous jobs involving high risks of losing life, limbs, or likely deterioration of health. It is fifty percent (50%) of the base pay authorized by rank (Ref: NAPOLCOM Resolution No. 91-18).
7. Radiation Hazard Pay.
It is an incentive pay for PNP skilled personnel whose nature of work subject themselves to the hazards of over exposure to radioactive elements. Payment of said additional allowance must not exceed fifteen percent (15%) of the base authorized by rank (Ref: NAPOLCOM Resolution No. 91-18).
8. Incentive Pay.
It is an incentive pay for member (licenses) of the Medical, Veterinary, Dental given to Medical, Dental and Nursing, and Legal Profession who joined the PNP. The incentive is paid at Php200.00 monthly to be incorporated in the monthly pay check (Ref: NAPOLCOM Resolution No. 91-18).
9. Procedures of Payment:
1) All PNP personnel who are on actual teaching activities are granted an IDP of twenty five percent (25%) of their base pay provided that they satisfy the aggregate minimum monthly instructional time of 48 hours, to be computed as follows: One hour of actual classroom instruction is equivalent to one instructional hour and one and half (1.5) hours of research work or two and a half (2.5) hours of supervisory activities shall be considered as one instructional hour.
2) All PNP personnel who are assigned with major PNP training and are performing activities supportive to classroom or field teaching are granted an IDP of ten percent 10% of their base pay.
10. Specialist Pay.
This pay applies to deserving non-officer personnel of the PNP who are not assigned in critical areas (as to qualify them for combat pay) and have demonstrated efficiency and effectiveness through skills, aptitude training, experiences and knowledge of specific police duties and specialties (Ref: NAPOLCOM Resolution No. 91-18).
11. Flying Pay.
All PNP Pilots and Crew of aircrafts whose duty requires regular and frequent aerial fl ights. All duly accredited PNP pilots provided they maintain fl ying time requirements of an average of four (4) hours of aerial fl ight per month. The rate of fl ying pay is placed at fi fty percent (50%) of their authorized base pay (Ref: NAPOLCOM Resolution No. 91-18).
It is given to all PNP personnel who will be assigned in PNP units to be activated for law enforcement duties in our inland waters (lakes and river systems) and coastal/territorial waters. The PNP Maritime Command pays its personnel at the monthly rate twenty-fi ve percent (25%) of the base pay given at the end of the month or each end of quarter (Ref: NAPOLCOM Resolution No. 91-18)
12. CAPCOM Incentive Pay.
It is an allowance is given under the premised on the uniqueness of CAPCOM mission and functions vis-à-vis its area which is Metro Manila. This is applies to all PNP uniformed personnel assigned with CAPCOM whether in the fi ve (5) Police District Commands. The allowance amounting to Php2.50 per day or Php75.00 per month (Ref: NAPOLCOM Resolution No. 91-18).
13. Special Clothing Allowance.
It is an allowance given to uniformed personnel of the PNP whose frequent appearances in public affairs or frequent attendance of ceremonies and who are assigned in units/activities requiring the wearing of presentable uniform at all times. The following is the amount to be received (Ref: NAPOLCOM Resolution No. 91-18): Officer — Php 300.00 Non-Officer — Php 150.00 Additional amount is paid for maintenance given yearly from the date of issuance of initial special clothing allowance (Ref: NAPOLCOM Resolution No. 91-18): Officer — Php 80.00 Non-Officer — Php 40.00 READ: Suspension of Loan Deduction with Accredited Financial Institutions due COVID-19
14. Cold Weather Clothing Allowance.
It is an additional allowance given to all uniformed personnel assigned in cold places where cold weather clothing is necessary if not required. This allowance enables PNP personnel to procure the prescribed cold weather clothing. All PNP personnel assigned in certain areas within the following regions: Photo: PNP All PNP personnel assigned in the foregoing areas are paid an initial amount of Php1,000.00 for the first year and annual maintenance fund of Php300 thereafter.
15. Winter Clothing Allowance.
It is an allowance given to all uniformed personnel of the PNP who will undergo foreign schooling/training to support the expenses in procuring the required winter clothing abroad (Ref: NAPOLCOM Resolution No. 91-18): Star Rank Officers — $300 Other PNP Uniformed Personnel — $250
16. Initial Clothing Allowance.
It is an allowance given to all PNP recruits who joined the PNP for the first time, whether as PCO or PNCO amounting to Php20,000.00.
17. Replacement Clothing Allowance.
It is an allowance every after three years of continuous service thereafter reckoned from the year he/she entered the uniformed service. Rates for RCA will be adjusted as follows (Ref: Fiscal Directive Number 2009-10) rca pay Photo: PNP READ: BE A PNPA CADET
18. Hardship Allowance
It is an allowance for all PNP personnel assigned to Loran Station and Border Crossing Station, and other units/stations/sites/ isolated and inaccessible by normal air, water, or land transportation, and are covered with official orders. The PNP must waive HDP, RHP and, other collateral allowances (Ref. Fiscal Directive Nr 2016-05): Officer — Php300.00 per month Non-Officer — Php150.00 per month.
19. Burial Allowance
It is a monetary assistance to the bereaved family of a PNP uniformed personnel in the event of his death, regardless of the circumstances (Ref: NAPOLCOM Resolution No. 91-18)
F.) Other Financial Benefits.
These are other benefits received by PNP uniformed personnel other than the regular and collateral allowances.
1. Anniversary Bonus.
It is for PNP Uniformed personnel who have rendered at least one (1) year service in the PNP as of the date of milestone year (15th anniversary and every five (5) years thereafter) and have not been found guilty of any offense in connection with their work during the five-year interval between milestone years. Payment shall be in an amount not exceeding Php3,000.00 (Ref: Fiscal Directive Nr 2016-01).
2. Mid-Year (13th Month) Bonus
It is equivalent to one (1) month basic salary as of May 15, shall be granted to those who have rendered at least four (4) months of satisfactory service and are still in the service as of same date, to be given not earlier than May 15 of every year (Ref: Sec 4 EO No 201, s. 2016).
3. Year-End (14th Month) Bonus
It is equivalent to one (1) month basic salary and Cash Gift at prescribed rates shall be given in November of every year (Ref: Sec 4 EO No 201, s. 2016).
4. Enhanced Performance Based Bonus
It is equivalent to one (1) month up to two (2) months basic salary, to be implemented in two (2) phases starting in FY 2017. The grant of the enhanced PBB shall be based on a progressive rate system. As the position and responsibility in improving agency performance becomes higher, so is the amount of PBB (Ref: Sec 5 EO No 201, s. 2016).
5. Productivity Enhancement Incentive
It shall be given not earlier than December 15 of every year to all qualified government employees at Five Thousand Pesos (Php5,000) each for the purpose of improving the government employees’ productivity (Ref: EO 201, s. 2016).
6. Officers’ Allowance
It shall be given to PNP uniformed personnel as an interim measure until such time that the base pay schedule is modified and rationalized as provided under Executive Order No 201, series of 2016.
7. Provisional Allowance
It is a monthly allowance given to PNP Uniformed Personnel to be implemented in four (4) tranches as provided under Executive Order No 201, series of 2016.
It is an interim allowance given in the form of cash, which shall be equivalent to twenty (20) kilos of rice or a total of Six Hundred Fifty Pesos (Php650.00) per month (Ref: Fiscal Directive 2017- 003).
Courtesy / Source: Philippine National Police Primer
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