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           The members of Philippine National Police Academy Class 2022 and 2023, paid a courtesy visit to Police Brigadier General Samuel P Rodriguez, Regional Director, PRO BAR on March 5, 2021 at Camp BGen Salipada K Pendatun, Parang, Maguindanao.

            These PNPA cadets will administer the PNPA Cadet Admission Test Calendar Year 2021 on March 8, 2021 at Notre Dame University, Cotabato City. The Philippine National Police Academy is the premier public safety institution that hones the future leaders of the Philippine National Police (PNP), Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP), and the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP).

            The CY 2021 PNPA Cadet Admission Test will cover the following subject areas in the 200-items long examination which covers: Communication Skills; Logical and Reasoning Ability; Math; General Science; General Information; and Current Events.

            Admitted cadets will undergo the PNPA Cadetship Program, a government-sponsored 4-year tertiary education course. Upon entry to the Academy, the PNPA cadets will receive monthly pay and allowances for their training and education expenses. After graduation from the program, they will be granted a Bachelor of Science in Public Safety (BSPS) degree. Moreover, graduates are automatically appointed as a Police Lieutenant of the PNP, or as a Jail of the BJMP or a Fire Inspector of the BFP.

            All qualified applicants are advised to be at your respective examination center/room not later than 6:00 AM for AM session and 11:00 AM for PM session to avoid queuing for all applicants to process the required documents and to undergo thermal scanning. Please bring the following documents: Notice of Examination or NOE; Check the accuracy of your personal data in your NOE as early as possible; any government-issued valid ID or if do not have any valid ID, you may bring an NBI or Police Clearance; Mongol pencil No. 2, black ballpen, eraser, and sharpener. For exempted PNPACAT applicants, please bring certification from your school that you are a graduate with the highest honors (K to 12) or Latin honors (college). For the Dependents of Medal of Valor Awardees, you need to bring proof of the same and his/her Birth Certificate.