|September 7, 2020||Deadline of Acceptance of Applicants/Nominees|
|September 11, 2020||Written Examination (Online)|
|September 15, 2020||Course Directors Meeting|
|September 17, 18 & 21, 2020||Panel Interview (Online)|
|September 22, 2020||Consolidation of Grades|
|September 23, 2020||Admission Board Deliberation|
|September 25, 2020||Announcement of Successful Applicants|
|September 30, 2020||Opening and Orientation of Classes (Online)|
In line with the human capital development component of the National Security Policy (NSP) 2017-2022, the Philippine Public Safety College (PPSC) accelerates to build up its human resources and educational infrastructure. The raison d'être of the PPSC is highlighted more than ever in the new NSP that gives due emphasis to “Public Safety, Law and Order and Justice” as the foremost national interest. With this, the NSP specifically provides that the PPSC shall be responsible for the training and education of public safety and security leaders, analysts, and practitioners. Together with other key think tanks in defense, security, and foreign affairs, the PPSC is mandated in the NSP to develop the required competencies and values of security leaders and managers in our homeland.
Armed with a new appointment as PPSC President under President Rodrigo Duterte’s administration, Dr. Ricardo F. De Leon has once again inspired and challenged the men and women of the PPSC in his inaugural speech during the March 13 flag raising ceremony at the head office. With a fresh mandate as the extended 10th president of the PPSC, he extolled everyone for joining him in taking the long road to transformation way back from when the PPSC was at the crossroads. He thanked key officials for all the indispensable supports that he needed at a time when the going was tough. Their supports really mattered because the reforms he initiated have succeeded judging from tangible results that are visible all over the constitutive units of the PPSC.
President Rodrigo “Roa” Duterte attended this year’s 38TH commencement exercises of the graduating class of the Philippine National Police Academy (PNPA) at Camp Gen. Mariano Castaneda, Silang, Cavite, last March 24.
The President deliver his commencement address to the 144 youthful graduating cadets who will be commissioned as officers, ( with the rank of Inspector equivalent to 2nd Lieutenant in the military) of the Philippine National Police (PNP), Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP) and Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP).
The Philippine Public Safety College (PPSC) has re- launched the Master in Public Safety Administration (MPSA) program on June 30, 2016 - a high level policy, strategy and leadership program that specializes on the governance of public safety and internal peace and security.The revival is composed of highly qualified senior executives and personnel in various sectors- Uniformed, Government and Private. There are student-representatives from the Philippine National Police, National Power Corporation, House of Representatives, Department of Education, Department of Health, National Police College, Philippine National Police Academy, National Police Training Institute, and Regional Training Centers.