Examination fee is P400 for the PNPE and Police Officer 4th Class Examinations; P450 for Police Officer 3rd Class Examination; P500 for Police Officer 2nd Class Examination; and P600 for Police Officer 1st Class Examination.
The OLEASS allows PNPE Examination applicants to choose the examination center where they want to take the examination regardless of their place of residence.
The PNPE Examination is open to all Filipino citizens who are not more than 30 years old and bachelor's degree holder.
"PNPE applicants must bring the following: (1) printout of Confirmation Letter with corresponding reference number confirming the scheduled appointment; (2) printout of filled-out Application Form and duly accomplished Index Card and two recent, identical and color 1"x1" ID pictures with white background and complete name tag (for PNP members, the name tag should indicate the rank before the name); (3) one legal size window envelope with P20 worth of mailing stamp; (4) Transcript of Scholastic Record with Special Order issued by CHED and Diploma; and (5) Birth Certificate in security paper issued by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) or certified true copy of the Birth Certificate issued by the Local Civil Registrar and duly authenticated by the PSA.
There is a need to further investigate the linkage between PNPE and/or Magnet designation with patient outcomes.
* Nursing leadership and management should use evidence-based interventions to improve PNPE. Approaches to consider include: promotion of nurse/physician collaboration, development of nurse autonomy, implementation of shared governance models and ongoing development of nursing managers.
* ANCC Magnet designation should be considered by nursing leadership as one means to improve the PNPE in their organization.
The eligibility conferred upon passing the PNPE
is one of the requirements for appointment in the PNP as a Patrolman/Patrolwoman, while passing a promotional examination is considered appropriate for promotion to a higher rank.