Bureau of Fire Protection - BFP

The Bureau's  primary functions are:

Prevention and extinguishing all destructive fires;
Enforcing the Fire Code of the Philippines (PD 1185) and related laws;
Investigate the causes of fires and if necessary, file a complaint to the city or provincial prosecutor relating to the case;
In events of national emergency, will assist the military on the orders of the President of the Philippines;
And establish at least one fire station with all personnel and equipment per municipality and provincial capital.

Bureau of Fire Protection National headquarters along Agham Road in Quezon City
The Bureau of Fire Protection was formed from the units of the Philippine Integrated National Police's Office of Fire Protection Service on January 29, 1991, through a law named Republic Act 6975 creating the present Interior Department and placing the fire service under its control.[6]