Release of P7.48-billion yearend bonus for 205,000 police officers approved

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Published November 15, 2019, 4:25 PM

By Martin Sadongdong 

The Philippine National Police (PNP) approved on Friday the release of P7,481,118,702.86 for the 2019 yearend bonus of the 205,189 police uniformed and non-uniformed personnel nationwide.

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Lieutenant General Archie Gamboa, PNP officer-in-charge, approved the budget after the completion of the final report submitted by Police Major General Jose Victor Ramos, director for comptrollership.

“The year-end bonus is equivalent to the amount of the monthly basic salary of each personnel along with the mandated P5,000 cash gift from the national government,” Gamboa said.

“The year-end bonus has been credited to the ATM payroll accounts of each non-uniformed and uniformed police personnel through the Land Bank of the Philippines,” he added.

However, he said

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