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Old 01-01-2005, 16:32   #1
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NBI Academy?

Is there such a thing? I have heard it is somewhere in Baguio.
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Old 01-01-2005, 18:50   #2
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yup. i think its for newly hired agents
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Old 01-02-2005, 03:30   #3
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Yup, there is an NBI Academy

The National Bureau of Investigation Academy is located in Baguio at the top of Session Road right behind the NBI CAR (Cordillera Autonomous Region) compound. It was first set up around 1996 or 1997 to serve as an institution for incalculating the basic aspects of criminal investigation and other law enforcement matters to prospective NBI Agents and Special Investigators. Due to the strict application procedures, there is no set date when the NBI Academy opens. Training is an average of four months, and includes such subjects as CQB training, arson investigation, murder investigation, fraud investigation, etc.

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Old 01-02-2005, 04:25   #4
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Re: Yup, there is an NBI Academy

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NBI Agents and Special Investigators.
What is the difference between the two?
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Old 01-02-2005, 05:11   #5
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One has to be either a lawyer or CPA to be an Agent. Otherwise, one enters the NBI as a Special Investigator.
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Old 01-02-2005, 05:29   #6
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lawyer = agent, so what are the quialifications of a special investigator then?
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Old 01-02-2005, 07:13   #7
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julianz,

if i'm not mistaken, you have to be a college graduate to qualify as an SI. NBI used to allow Civilan Agents but i think the current director terminated all contracts due to incidents of abuse. according to my friend who is still an SI, many CAs readily brandish their weapons compared to the real agents and SIs. however, i think the wealthy chinese CAs were retained as they lend valuable logistic support like vehicles. i could be wrong though
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Old 01-02-2005, 07:14   #8
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From the NBI web site:

Basic Qualifications for NBI AGENT

1. Filipino Citizen, of good moral character and in excellent physical and mental health.
2. Lawyer or CPA
3. No pending criminal, civil or administrative charges and never convicted of any crime.
4. At least 5'5" in height for males; 5'3" for females.
5. Between 23 and 35 years of age.
6. Vision within normal range.
7. No tattoo marks or pierced ears.

Basic Qualifications for SPECIAL INVESTIGATOR

1. Filipino Citizen, of good moral character and in excellent physical and mental health.
2. Baccalaureate degree holder.
3. First grade civil service eligible and/or Board passer.
4. No pending criminal, civil or administrative charges and never convicted of any crime.
5. At least 5'5" in height for males; 5'3" for females.
6. Between 25 and 35 years of age.
7. With a general weighted average of 84% in the transcript of records, without any failing grade.
8. Vision with normal range.
9. No tattoo marks or pierced ears.
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Old 01-02-2005, 07:27   #9
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Why is the NBI Academy not mentioned in the www.nbi.gov.ph website?
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Old 01-02-2005, 12:40   #10
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There's no specific reason why it isn't mentioned, it's just not something that is known outside NBI circles. Another reason why it's not mentioned is because it's mentioned to prospective applicants who pass the stringent application procedures, not beforehand so as not to give any false hopes. The training in the NBI Academy was very stimulating, both physically and mentally. Aside from that, the training curriculum was set-up to match what is being taught overseas.
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dre, I heard before the NBI issues glock 19's to their agents. Is this true and is NBI still doing it? Thanks.
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Old 01-02-2005, 20:07   #12
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dre, I heard before the NBI issues glock 19's to their agents. Is this true and is NBI still doing it? Thanks.
my friend was issued a G17 1st Gen
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Basic Qualifications for SPECIAL INVESTIGATOR

1. Filipino Citizen, of good moral character and in excellent physical and mental health.
2. Baccalaureate degree holder.
3. First grade civil service eligible and/or Board passer.
4. No pending criminal, civil or administrative charges and never convicted of any crime.
5. At least 5'5" in height for males; 5'3" for females.
6. Between 25 and 35 years of age.
7. With a general weighted average of 84% in the transcript of records, without any failing grade.
8. Vision with normal range.
9. No tattoo marks or pierced ears.
Shoooot bagsak ako 5,6 & 9 balak ko pa namang mangabuso este magpakalaboso ng bad guys ;f
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From the NBI web site:

Basic Qualifications for NBI AGENT

2. Lawyer or CPA
Specifying LAWYERS I can understand but what's the factor for the CPA's?
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Specifying LAWYERS I can understand but what's the factor for the CPA's?
To go after money launderers and tax cheats? but how it covers doctors and engineers as well
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To go after money launderers and tax cheats?
Isn't that a job for the BIR...kung dito sa Pinas job for Superman ;f
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Isn't that a job for the BIR...kung dito sa Pinas job for Superman ;f
i think its more of a combined effort on both camps depends on the situation. the NBI has the police power though
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Old 01-03-2005, 17:30   #18
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The original text of Republic Act 157 specified lawyers or those with 10 plus years in law enforcement, specifically with supervisory experience. Because of the scarcity of lawyers applying at that time, CPAs (and later on other degree holders) were given a chance to apply. As to the question of issue handguns, we still issue the old .38s and .357s. Those who were fortunate to get the Glocks were, well, really good at getting them since it's hard to trade-up for a new gun, especially when you're issue is about 20-30 years old.

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Old 01-04-2005, 05:16   #19
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Can agents carry their privately-owned weapons? Any restrictions? Thanks.
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Old 01-04-2005, 10:58   #20
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No restrictions, bro, as long as you can demonstrate competency in your duty weapon. We're very big on Accidental Discharges and even if you do it only once, you're subject to an internal investigation and possible administrative sanction. So it really is up to the individual if he wants to carry a personal weapon, as long as he can prove that he won't mess up with it.;z
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