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Laws and Provisions

PRESENT PERTINENT LAWS AND PROVISIONS ON RETIREMENT

RA 6975 - an act establishing the Philippine National Police under a reorganized Department of the Interior and Local Government and for other purposes, otherwise known as the "Department of the Interior and Local Government Act of 1990"

RA 8551 - an act providing for the reform & reorganization of the PNP and for other purposes, amending certain provisions of RA 6975 otherwise known as the "PNP Reform & Reorganization Act of 1998"

NAPOLCOM BOARD OF OFFICERS RESOLUTION NR. 8

  • Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) passed on February 26, 1992 for the purpose of implementing the retirement provisions of Republic Act 6975 as amended by Republic Act 8551

  • PERTINENT RETIREMENT PROVISIONS

  • Sec.39, RA 6975 - Compulsory Retirement

  • Sec.40, RA 6975 - Optional Retirement

  • Sec.71, RA 6975 - Longevity Pay and Allowances
  • Sec.74, RA 6975 - One Rank Higher Benefits
  • Sec.76, RA 6975 - Death and Disability Benefits
  • Sec.34, RA 8551 - Retirement Benefits (Sec.75, RA 6975 as amended)
  • Sec.35, RA 8551 - Total Permanent Physical Disability (TPPD)
      (Sec.73, RA 6975 as amended)
  • Compulsory Retirement

    56 years old
    (Sec.39, RA 6975)

    Optional Retirement

    At least 20 years of active service (Sec 40.RA 6975)

    TPPD Retirement

    Applies to a member who is permanently and totally disabled as a result of injuries suffered or sickness contracted in the performance of duty (Sec.35, RA 8551)

    Compulsory and Optional Retirement Benefits

  • Outright Pension or 36 months lump sum
  • Commutation of Accumulated Leave (CAL)
  • Lifetime Monthly Pension

  • 50% of (Base Pay + Long Pay)
  • Additional 2.5% for every year of service rendered after 20 years
  • Maximum of 90% (36 years or more of service)
  • Adjustment of Monthly Pension with increase in pay of personnel in active service
  • Old age pension
  • Former AFP members - upon attaining the age of 65 and have served the military service for at least 6 years; and
  • Former INP members-GSIS grants pension upon attaining age of 60
  • AREA OF CONCERN PERTINENT PROVISIONS OF LAW
    One Rank Higher Benefits Uniformed personnel shall be retired one (1) rank higher than the permanent grade last held; provided that they have served for at least one (1) year of active service in the permanent grade; (Sec 74, RA 6975)
    Retirement Benefits
    (Section 75 of RA 6975 as amended)
    Monthly retirement pay shall be fifty percent (50%) of the base pay and longevity pay of the retired grade in case of 20 years of active service, increasing by 2.5 % for every year of active service rendered beyond 20 yrs to a maximum of 90% for 36 years of active service; PROVIDED that the uniformed personnel shall have the option to receive in advance and in lump sum his retirement pay for the first three (3) years; provided further that payment of retirement benefits in lump sum shall be made within six (6) months from effectivity date of retirement and/or completion (Sec.34, RA 8551)
    Death & Disability Benefits A uniformed personnel and/or his/her heirs shall be entitled to all benefits relative to the death or permanent incapacity of said personnel. (Sec 76, RA 6975)
    Longevity Pay Uniformed personnel of the PNP shall be entitled to a longevity pay of ten (10%) percent of their basic monthly salaries for every five years of service, which shall be reckoned from the date of the personnel's original appointment in the AFP or in the police, fire, jail OR OTHER ALLIED SERVICES prior to the integration of the PC/INP; provided that the totality of such longevity pay shall not exceed fifty (50%) percent of the basic pay. (Sec 71, RA 6975)

    TPPD Retirement Benefits

  • Gratuity of one (1) year salary (PNP)
  • Commutation of Accumulated Leave (CAL)
  • Lifetime Monthly Pension equivalent to 80% of last salary in the active service, upon approval of TPPD
  • Adjustment of Monthly Pension with increase in pay of personnel in active service (20 Years & above)
  • Old Age Pension
  • Former AFP members - upon attaining the age of 65 and have served military for at least 6 years
  • Former INP members-GSIS grants pension upon attaining age of 60
  • Other benefits payable by the NAPOLCOM pursuant to PD 1184
  • Benefits Payable Under PD 1184

  • Gratuity equivalent to one (1) yr Basic Pay or P6,000.00, whichever is higher (NAPOLCOM);

  • Lifetime Monthly Pension equivalent to 80% of last Basic Pay in the active service, upon approval of TPPD;

  • Reimbursement of reasonable expenses for medicines, medical attendance, hospital fees, transportation expenses and subsistence

  • Restoration of deducted leave credits

  • Scholarship grants to dependents

  • Monthly Pension from PNP

  • Commutation of Accumulated Leave (CAL)

  • Monthly pension equivalent to 80% of last salary for a period of five (5) years from date of death

  • Burial expenses equivalent to 3 months salary or Php1,000 whichever is higher




  • DEATH BENEFITS for TRANSFEREE
    Transfer of Monthly Pension pursuant to Sections 2, 3 & 12 of NAPOLCOM
    Board of Officers Resolution No. 8
    Equivalent to 50% of Base Pay & Long Pay based on the separation grade, to be divided equally among the survivors.

    - applies to those who died in line of duty with less than 20 yrs of active service and thus considered only as "separated" for survivorship benefits

    Note: For active PNP personnel who died in line of duty with less than 20 yrs of active service; (one rank higher benefits does not apply)
    Transfer of Monthly Pension
    pursuant to Section 35 of RA 8551
    Equivalent to 100% of the monthly retirement pay which the pensioner was receiving prior to death, to be transferred to surviving legal spouse or if there be none, to the surviving legitimate children, for the remainder of the five (5) years guaranteed period only
    - For those with less than 20 years of active service, does not entitle survivors to adjustments in monthly pension
    DEATH BENEFITS for
    TRANSFEREES UNDER TPPD
    Transfer of Monthly Pension
    for the remainder of the five (5) years guaranteed period
    DIFFERENCE IN BENEFITS UNDER TPPD (SURVIVORS)
    - For those with at least 20 years of active service, entitles survivors to adjustments in monthly pension whenever there is increase in pay for those still in active service


    - For those with less than 20 years of active service, does not entitle survivors to adjustments in monthly pension

    COMPARISON BETWEEN COMPULSORY AND OPTIONAL WITH TPPD

    COMPULSORY OPTIONAL TPPD
    Gratuity or 36 months LP Gratuity or 36 months LP Gratuity of one year salary
    % of pension depends upon length of svc rendered not to exceed 90%, for 36 yrs & over % of pension depends upon length of svc rendered 80% of Base Pay and Long Pay
    CAL CAL CAL
    Restoration of monthly pension after 3 yrs to life Restoration of monthly pension after 3 yrs to life Lifetime pension equivalent to 80% (BP+LP) starts upon approval of TPPD
    Adjustment of pension every increase in pay of active PNP members Adjustment of pension every increase in pay of active PNP members Adjustment of pension every increase in pay of active PNP members
    Old age pension - 65 yrs old for former AFP members w/ at least 6 yrs military svc; 60 yrs old for former INP Old age pension - 65 yrs old for former AFP members w/ at least 6 yrs military svc; 60 yrs old for former INP Old age pension - 65 yrs old for former AFP members w/ at least 6 yrs military svc; 60 yrs old for former INP
    Pension fm PNP only Pension fm PNP only Pension from both PNP & NAPOLCOM

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