The Philippine National Police is the backbone of the peace and order of the communities in our country. Their service allows hardworking Filipinos to live peaceful and productive lives free from the worry of becoming victims of criminals. Because of their integral role in Philippine society, the salary and benefits of our uniformed PNP personnel continue to improve.
What is Salary grade?
The salary grade is a number that defines the amount of Monthly payment/Income that a government employee receives.
The following is the monthly base pay for the Philippine National Police.
- Patrolman/Patrolwoman: 29,668
- Police Corporal: 30,867
- Police Staff Sergeant: 32,114
- Police Master Sergeant: 33,411
- Police Senior Master Sergeant: 34,079
- Police Chief Master Sergeant: 34,761
- Police Executive Master Sergeant: 38,366
- Police Lieutenant: 49,528
- Police Captain: 56,582
- Police Major: 62,555
- Police Lieutenant Colonel: 71,313
- Police Colonel: 80,583
- Police Brigadier General: 91,058
- Police Major General: 102,896
- Police Lieutenant General: 125,574
- Police General: 149,785
Other Benefits and Allowances for PNP:
Aside from the monthly base pay, our men and women in blue are also entitled to cash benefits and allowances. Here are a few of the basic allowances for the average uniformed PNP personnel:
- Regular Subsistence Allowance: Php150 per day
- Clothing Allowance: Php 200 per month
- Hazard Pay: Php 540 per month
- Personnel Economic Relief Allowance: Php 2,000 per month
- Laundry Allowance: Php 60 per month for Officers
The longevity pay rewards PNP uniformed personnel who have given years of their professional life in service to the Filipinos. It accumulates over the years starting with 10% of the PNP personnel’s basic salary in year 5. Another 10% will be added to the PNP personnel’s longevity pay in year 10. This continues every 5 years until the total longevity pay equals 50% of the basic pay.
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Source: Philippine Go