We serve the people of the Philippines by serving the officers of the country of their needs and requirements for public safety equipment and supplies.
We specialize in the ff:
The Philippine National Police (Filipino: Pambansang Pulisya ng Pilipinas, acronymed as PNP) is the armed national police force in the Philippines. Its national headquarters is at Camp Crame in Quezon City, Metro Manila. Currently, it has 220,000 personnel.
The agency is administered and controlled by the National Police Commission and is part of the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG). Local police officers are operationally controlled by municipal mayors. DILG, on the other hand, organizes, trains and equips the PNP for the performance of police functions as a police force that is national in scope and civilian in character.
The PNP was formed on January 29, 1991 when the Philippine Constabulary and the Integrated National Police were merged pursuant to Republic Act 6975 of 1990.
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.
The Bureau of Jail Management and Penology is an attached agency of the Department of the Interior and Local Government mandated to direct, supervise and control the administration and operation of all district, city and municipal jails in the Philippines with pronged tasks of safekeeping and development of its inmates, officially classed as persons deprived of liberty (PDL).
It was created on January 2, 1991 by virtue of Republic Act No. 6975 also known as the Department of the Interior and Local Government Act of 1990. Prior to its creation, the Office of Jail Management and Penology of then Philippine Constabulary - Integrated National Police was the agency handling the local penology of the Philippines. It aimed to separate the agency from the national police, reporting directly to the Secretary of the Interior and Local Government.
The Philippine Association of Detective and Protective Agency Operators, Inc (PADPAO) is an aggregation of private security agencies (PSA) nationwide with about 1,800 PSAs with an estimated personnel strength of 230,000 security personnel.
PADPAO is a self- governing, self- regulatory, and self-policing organization. It promotes and adopts a high standard of moral and ethical conducts in the operation and management of security services, observes strictly the tenets of truth, accuracy and prudence and conduct itself at all times in a manner conducive to public trust and confidence. It establishes good relations with all its members and its clients and abhors unfair competition and deceitful means by its members in getting clientele. Its members work together to provide a progressive security service for the satisfaction of its clients and contribute its share in the economic stability of the nation by providing security to its clients and protection of their assets and properties and the well-being of the country and the people.
Armed Forces of the Philippines
Philippine Air force