The Philippine National Police Academy will administer its cadet admission test for the four-year Bachelor of Science in Public Safety cadetship program on October 30, 2011 at 7 a.m. in 24 testing centers nationwide. Successful cadet applicants are entitled to receive monthly training pay and allowances.
They are appointed the initial rank of Inspectors (1st lieutenant in the military) upon their graduation and are assured of regular commissionship in the PNP, fire and jail Bureaus.
To qualify for the cadetship program, one must be a natural born Filipino citizen; male or female, single with no legal obligation to support a child or children; at least 4th year high school student and to graduate prior to admission; aged 17-21 years old; at least 5'4" in height for male, and 5'2" for female; physically and mentally fit; of good moral character and with no criminal, administrative, civil and other derogatory record.
PSSUPT NESTOR M FAJURA, Director, PNPA informed this Police Regional office that the number of applicants for Cadet Admission Test from this Region is way below from last year. In this connection, may we request all of you to disseminate the information contained here to your family and friends who wish to join the Cadet Corps Philippine National Police.
Application forms are available at the PNP, Bureau of Fire Protection and Bureau of Jail Management and Penology regional, Police Stations, and Police Regional Training Schools nationwide. You may also download it here: http://pnpa.edu.ph/updates/repository/category/4-pnpacat
No walk-in applicants are allowed. For further details you may visit http://pnpa.edu.ph