PTN

(redirected from Patrolman/Patrolwoman)
AcronymDefinition
PTNPartition Number
PTNPerguruan Tinggi Negeri (Indonesian: state university)
PTNPleiotrophin
PTNParent Teacher Network (various organizations)
PTNPro Travel Network
PTNPolskie Towarzystwo Neurologiczne (Polish: Polish Society of Neurology)
PTNPublic Telephone Network
PTNPacket Transport Network (computer networking)
PTNPrimary Transit Network (various locations)
PTNPersonal Telephone Number
PTNPublic Telecommunications Network
PTNPrivate Telecommunications Network
PTNPost Tender Negotiation
PTNParallels Technology Network
PTNPaint The Night
PTNPoker Training Network (Dallas, TX)
PTNPreservation Trades Network, Inc.
PTNPrivate Trading Network
PTNPyramidal Tract Neuron
PTNPart Time Ninja
PTNPhotonic Transport Network (IEEE)
PTNPersonal Telecommunications Number Service
PTNProduct Technical Note
PTNPerson to Notify
PTNProduct Termination Notice
PTNProduct Transfer Notes
PTNPortable Telephone Number
PTNPatrolman/Patrolwoman (law enforcement title)
PTNProblem Tracking Notification
References in periodicals archive ?
'With you as additional force, I know we can do so much in giving protection, which the people need, and in ensuring their safety and security,' the NCRPO director told the 240 male and 60 female recruits who passed the rigid Patrolman/Patrolwoman Recruitment Program of the Philippine National Police.
He added they already took oath as police officers with the rank of Patrolman/Patrolwoman on Tuesday afternoon.
For a Patrolman/Patrolwoman with temporary appointment, a certified true copy of Attested Appointment, Plantilla Appointment or Special Order is also required for submission,'' the NAPOLCOM statement read.
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.
Chief Inspector to Police Major; Senior Inspector to Police Captain; Inspector to Police Lieutenant; Senior Police Officer 4 to Police Executive Master Sergeant; SPO3 to Police Chief Master Sergeant; SPO2 to Police Senior Master Sergeant; SPO1 to Police Master Sergeant; PO3 to Police Staff Sergeant; PO2 to Police Corporal; and PO1 to Patrolman/Patrolwoman.
Under the new law, the PNP rank classification will still be distinct because the ranks will be preceded by the word "Police" as follows: Director-General to Police General; Deputy Director-General to Police Lieutenant General; Director to Police Major General; Chief Superintendent to Police Brigadier General; Senior Superintendent to Police Colonel; Superintendent to Police Lieutenant Colonel; Chief Inspector to Police Major; Senior Inspector to Police Captain; Inspector to Police Lieutenant; SPO4 to Police Executive Master Sergeant; SPO3 to Police Chief Master Sergeant; SPO2 to Police Senior Master Sergeant; SPO1 to Police Master Sergeant; PO3 to Police Staff Sergeant; PO2 to Police Corporal; PO1 to Patrolman/Patrolwoman.