The Philippine National Police (PNP) National Capital Regional Police Office (NCRPO) or PNP NCRPO which used to be known as the Philippines Constabulary Metropolitan Command of PC METROCOM was created by virtue of Executive Order Nr 85 dated July 5, 1967 as a Special Strike Force of the Police Forces in Metro Manila. The nees for it arose when an upward trend in crime was noted with the then existing four (4) cities and thiteen (13) municipalities comprising Metropolitan Manila.
The command then was given the mission to conduct operations in order to neutralize National Security Threats in Metro Manila and to support he Local Police Forces in the suppression and prevention of Crime.
On March 21, 1974, the Metropolitan Police Force came into existence by virtue of Presidential Decree Nr 421. The Presidential Decree integrates all Police, Jail, and Fire Departments within Metro Manila under the designated Commanding General of the METROCOM as concurrent head of the unit.
After the successful People's Power Revolution in February 1986. The PC METROCOM was renamed PC Capital Regional Command or PC CAPCOM.
Within the passing of Republic Act 6975, otherwise known as the PNP Law, The PC/INP was abolished and in place, the Philippine National Police was created.
In compliance with the provision of RA 6975, as stated that NCR may have two (2) Regional Offices. Napolcom issued Resolution Nr 93-4 to create two Regional Offices known as NORTH and SOUTH CAPCOM. Since the word "may", recreation of two (2) NCR Regional Offices, in RA 6975 is merely permissive and not mandatory. Pursuant to NAPOLCOM Resolution Nr 93-012 dtd 12 April 1993 both NORTH and SOUTH CAPCOM deactivated and subsequently same resolution, PNP CAPITAL COMMAND (CAPCOM) was activated. After a year PNP CAPCOM was renamed National Capital Regional Command or PNP NCRC.
On 31 June 1996 the PNP NCRC was renamed PNP National Capital Regional Police Office or NCRPO, pursuant to NAPOLCOM Resolution Nr 96-058 amending Resolution 92-36 on the streamlining of the PN Organizational Structure and the reiterating the role of Police Regional and Provincial Offices.
Presently, the PNP NCRPO is the primary unit of the Philippine National Police in the Peace and Order and Public Safety Campaign in Metro Manila.
The NCRPO Seal
- The Star represents the National Capital Region being the seat of the national government and at the forefront of all economic, political, cultural and social development in the country.
- The five (5) points of the star represent the five Police Districts of the National Capital Regional Police Office.
- The Eagle being the king of the birds represents vigilance.
- The Sword represents active defense.
- The Olive Branch represents peace and order.
- WE CARE WE DARE - it is the institutional motto of NCRPO. It embodies the ideals of Police Community Relations and the Community Oriented Policing System (COPS).
Service, Honor, and Justice
- Makadiyos (God-fearing)
- Makabayan (Nationalilstic)
- Makatao (Humane)
- Makakalikasan (Environment-Friendly)
Imploring the aid of the Almighty, by 2030, We shall be a highly capable, effective and credible police service working in partnership with a responsive community towards the attainment of a safer place to live, work, and do business.
The NCRPO, in its assigned jurisdiction (Metro Manila), shall enforce the law, prevent and control crimes, maintain peace and order, and ensure public safety and internal security with the active support of the community.
- Maintains peace and order and take all necessary step to ensure public safety.
- Promote a more pro-active community in crime prevention and cooperation with the media for factual accounts of crime incidents and perceptions of the police.
- Maximize prevention of crimes through continuing police visibility, investigate crime and effect the arrest of criminal offenders and assist in their prosecution.
- Neutralize of organized crime groups, especially kidnappers, terrorist, bank robbers and carnappers.
- Sustain campaign against dangerous drugs.
- Expedite the processing of personnel transactions in favor of deserving personnel.
- Perform such other duties and exercise all other functions as maybe provided by law.