Computerization in the Philippine National Police spans more than a decade of hard and pioneering work. The Service has gained much since its precursor, the Philippine Constabulary Data Processing Unit (PCDPU), was established 44 years ago on October 18, 1965. The Unit was renamed three years later as Crime Information and Data Processing Center (CRIDPC), concentrated mainly on collating crime- related data from field.
It became the Constabulary Computer Center on March 1, 1972 but its main task remained as the nationwide crime data bank for use in crime studies (made) accessible to law enforcement agencies on a direct inquiry basis. On January 13, 1988, the Constabulary Computer Center (CCC) was renamed PC/INP Computer Center. Upon the creation of the PNP under RA 6975 on January 1991, PNP Computer Service was officially organized. Through Resolution Number 2008-532 dated November 11, 2008, as approved by NAPOLCOM, Computer Service was renamed “Information Technology Management Service”. At present ITMS carries a broader responsibility in keeping records of data on crimes, it also performs general administrative work support for the PNP.
PHILIPPINE CONSTABULARY DATA PROCESSING UNIT (PDCPU)
CAPT ALFONSO C TRANCE (PC) ~ 26 August 1965 – 11 August 1969
1st Commanding Officer of the Philippine Constabulary Data Processing Unit (PCDPU)
Acquisition of twenty eight (28) INM keypunching machines.
Acquisition of IBM Accounting and Tabulating machines.
Implemented the Nation- Wide Uniform Crime Case Report (NUCCR) Systems pursuant to Executive Order No. 127 dated 06 May 1968.
CRIME INFORMATION AND DATA PROCESSING UNIT (CRIDPC)
MAJ PEDRO M RESURRECCION JR (PC) ~ 16 August 1969 – 18 January 1971
CAPT CESAR C OKOL (PC) ~ 12 June 1971- 03 January 1972
CAPT GENARO ROSALES (PC) ~ 01 January 1972- 22 January 1972
Creation and activation of Crime Information Units (CRIUs) of the four (4) PC Zones of the Philippine Constabulary to carry out crime reporting in the field on 31 October 1969.
The CRIDPC building was inaugurated on 03 August 1971 with an IBM 360/30 Computer System
CONSTABULARY COMPUTER CENTER (CCC)
MAJ FELINO C PACHECO JR (PC) ~ 23 January 1972- 07 April 1976
P/DIR UMBERTO A RODRIGUEZ (PC) ~ 07 July 1976- 31 March 1986
COL CESAR C OKOL ~ 01 April 1986- 16 October 1986
Acquisition of Sperry Rand Univac 9400-Dual Processor to allow Multi- Programming Task.
Development and Implementation of the Computerized Salary System for PC/INP Personnel.
Development and Implementation of PC Property Inventory System.
Development and Implementation of Computerized Firearms Licenses.
Development and Implementation of Computerized Licenses of Security/ Company Guards, Private Detectives and Agencies.
Introduced the ASSET approach in the development of Information Systems.
Implemented the Peace and Order Council (POC) Management Information System pursuant to Executive Order No. 727 dated September 1981 to enhance the peace and order campaign.
Construction of extension building to house the newly acquired Sperry Rand UNIVAC 1100.
Acquisition and installation of General Computer System (GCS2100) Machines.
PHILIPPINE NATIONAL POLICE COMPUTER CENTER (PNPCC)
PSSUPT RUFINO G IBAY JR ~ 17 October 1986- 14 May 1990
PSUPT JOHNNY H SALVANA ~ 15 May 1990- 15 January 1991
Initiated the transfer of Altos Computer System from Finance Center to Computer Center for processing of salary transaction.
Replaced the UNIVAC AC9400 with UNIVAC100.
COL ELPIDIO O ABLANG ~16 January 1991- 16 October 1991
BG LAUREL R VALDEZ ~ 17 October 1991- 06 March 1992
The PC/INP Computer Center was renamed PNP Computer Center (PNPCC) on 08 August 1990.
Decommissioning of the UNIVAC AC1100 giving way to the new IBM9221/170 computers.
Replaced UNIVAC AC1100 with IBMES 9221/170.
PCSUPT ENRIQUE T BULAN ~ 16 March 1992- 16 October 1992
PSSUPT ANACLETO P ARQUE JR ~ 16 November 1992- 08 October 1995
PCSUPT TIRSO L ROSAL ~ 02 October 1995- 08 September 1998
PSSUPT JOHNNY H SALVANA ~ 08 September 1998- 16 September 1999
PNP Computer Center Won the Administrative Support Unit of the PNP for the Year 1999.
PCSUPT RICARDO F DE LEON ~ 16 September 1999- 13 January 2000
Conceptualized Framework- linking CS, IRC and LSS mainframe computers for information sharing.
Revision of Nationwide Uniform Crime Case Report (NUCCR) to National Crime Reporting System (NCRS).
Development of Information Technology Policies & Guidelines and the Information Systems Strategic Plan.
Proponent of downsizing of the Mainframe Computer to Client Server Computing Environment (CEAP’95).
Installation of the PNP NHQ Campus Network.
Migration of Salary System from Mainframe to Client Server Computing Environment.
Remediation of all computer facilities and electronic related facilities to be Y2K ready.
Steered the Computer Service to become the Administrative Support Unit of the PNP for the Year 1999.
PC/INP COMPUTER CENTER (PC/INPCC) Won 2nd Time in a Row as the Best National Support Unit of the Year 2000
PCSUPT QUIRINO D DELA TORRE ~ 13 January 2000- 21 April 2003
Establishment and Operationalization of an Automated Command and Control facility at the Central Police District (CPD) NCRPO. The Computerized facility is a Pilot Project which shall be replicated in all Cities and Municipalities within the National Capital Region. It has the following modules:
Automatic Vehicle Location System (AVLS)
Call Management System (CMS)
Computer Aided Dispatch System (CADS)
Development of the following Application Systems:
Firearms Information Management System (FIMS)
Vehicle Information Management System (VIMS)
Security Agencies and Guards Information System (SAGIS)
PNP Wanted Persons Database System
Computerized PNPID System
Philippine Drug Law Enforcement Information System
Complaints, Referral, Action and Verification System
Retirement Claim Information System
COC Incident Monitoring System
Establishment and operationalization of the PNP Web Site
Operationalization of the PNP Campus Network
Repair and renovation/improvement of PNPCS Offices:
Data Management Division
Research and Development Division
Training Division/ Training Laboratory
Computer Operations Division/ Computer Room
Establishment of Regional Pilot Information Technology (IT) Offices.
Steered the PNPCS as the Best National Support Unit of the Year 2000.
PC/INP COMPUTER CENTER (PC/INPCC) Won 3rd Time in a Row as the Best National Support Unit of the Year 2001
PCSUPT JOHNNY H SALVANA ~ 28 April 2003- 20 February 2006
Steered the PNPCS as the Best National Administrative Support Unit for CY 2005
Steered the PNPCS as number one in the overall DHRDD Annual Performance Evaluation Review for National Administrative Support Unit for CY 2005
Implementation of the PNP Check less Payroll System (ATM) at the NHQ, NSUs, NCRPO and SAF.
Enhancement of the PNP Website by way of donation of over One Million Peso worth of ICT resources for MOD net.
Development of an Express Lane Firearms Licensing System installed in Davao City
Enhancement of the following ICT Projects:
PNP CRIMSON (Crime Reporting and Incident Management On- Line)
Development of the following Websites:
Anti- Illegal Drugs Special Operative Task Force (AIDSOTF)
Philippine Bomb Data Center
PNP COMPUTER SERVICE
PCSUPT VAN D LUSPO ~ 06 April 2006- 02 July 2007
Approval of the NAPOLCOM Resolution No 2006-324 and CSC Resolution No 050910.
Allowing Graduates of IT-Related Baccalaureate Degrees to Become IT Officers Via Lateral Entry.
Establishment of the Network Security Firewall at the PNP Campus Network Server Farm.
Deployment of Licensed Anti-Virus Software to the PNP Campus Network and PNPCS LAN Workstations.
Upgrade of the PNPCS and PNP-NHQ Backbone from ATM to Mini-GBIC Switches.
Enhancement of the PNPCS Server Farm Network Bandwidth from 10 Mbps to 1000 Mbps.
Acquisition of Line Printer Model P7220.
Development of Application Systems such as:
PCRG Complaints Management Information System
Neuro-Psychiatric (NP) Database Project
Patient Computerized Information System
Non-Uniformed Personnel Information System
Salary Verification Information System
Service Request Monitoring System
Data Integration and Generation System (DIGS)
Accreditation Management Information System (AMIS)
Enhancement of the PNP E-Mail Messaging Facility.
Renovation/Repainting of CS Building Facilities.
Conduct of Nationwide ICT Inventory.
Application of Biometrics Technology through Fingerprint Attendance Monitoring System.
Publication of ICON, the Official Newsletter of PNPCS.
Institution of Policies and Guidelines for PNP Security Manual.
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