• 1. Formulated jointly by two or more bureaus in order to effect a certain operation with regard to public safety and peace and order.
A) Operational Doctrines
B) Complimentary Doctrines
  • 2. The right to exercise, to decide, and to command by virtue of rank and position.
A) Discipline
B) Cooperation
C) Doctrine
D) Authority
  • 3. It is imposed by a command or self-restraint to insure supportive behavior.
A) Authority
B) Discipline
  • 4. It is the period available to establish plan before putting it into effort
A) condition time
B) condition
  • 5. Refers to the ready sources and basis of good decision-making by the makers of the plan maybe properly obtain through research and other means of information gathering techniques.
A) Collection and Analysis of data
B) Time
  • 6. . It is carried out in face-to face interactions with people who will be affected by the plan and not to an anonymous target community of beneficiaries.
A) Transactive planning
B) advocacy planning
  • 7. It is usually associated with defending the interests of the weak, the poor and politically impotent.
A) Systematic planning
B) Advocacy planning
  • 8. It sometimes called Traditional Planning
A) Systematic planning
B) Advocacy planning
  • 9. It has two mainstreams that sometimes flow together.
A) Radical planning
B) Systematic planning
  • 10. This is sometimes called cost-benefit or cost-performance analysis.
A) Cost-effective analysis
B) Strategic analysis
  • 11. This combines the strengths of both strategic and cost-effectiveness analyses.
A) Strategic analysis
B) Must-wants analysis
  • 12. These are conditions that are set by the police chief and that absolutely have to be met in order for an alternative to continue to be a viable choice.
A) Score
B) Musts
  • 13. It is the evaluation of the actual existence of wants by the chief
A) Score
B) Wants
  • 14. . It reflect the subjective importance of the want as determined by the police chief
A) Wants
B) Weight
  • 15. These are conditions, performances, characteristics or features that are desirable but not absolutely necessary.
A) Wants
B) Weight
  • 16. It is the process of deciding in advance what is to be done and how it is to be done.
A) Police Planning
B) Planning
  • 17. Involves using plans, programs, methods and so on, developed by others
A) Limitation
B) Creativity
  • 18. Considers all the organizational processes together to try to understand how they relate to one another and to the environment in which the system functions.
A) Analytical approach
B) Synthetical approach
  • 19. It is an important part of planning
A) creativity
B) planning
  • 20. Moves from the general to specific.
A) reasoning
B) Deductive reasoning
  • 21. Moves from the specific to the more general.
A) Inductive reasoning
B) reasoning
  • 22. . is often done through free association
A) Idea linking
B) Idea
  • 23. This type of approach involves taking the system apart, trying to understand each part, then using this knowledge to understand the whole system
A) Analytical approach
B) Objectives
  • 24. Refers to the specific commitment to achieve a measurable result within a specific period of time
A) Goals
B) Objectives
  • 25. Refers to the general statement of intention and typically with time horizon, or it is an achievable end state that can be measured and observed.
A) Goals
B) Objectives
  • 26. It is the act of determining policies and guidelines for police activities and operations and providing controls and safeguards for such activities and operations in the department
A) Police Operational Planning
B) Idea linking
  • 27. It is the preparation and development of procedures and techniques in accomplishing of each of the primary tasks and functions of an organization.
A) Operational planning
B) Idea linking
  • 28. It is the systematic and orderly determination of facts and events as basis for policy formulation and decision affecting law enforcement management
A) Police Planning
B) Operational planning
  • 29. It is a broad design or method; or a plan to attain a stated goal or objectives.
A) Tactics
B) Strategy
  • 30. This refers to specific design, method or course of action to attain a particular objective in consonance with strategy
A) Tactics
B) Design
  • 31. These are sequences of activities to reach a point or to attain what is desired.
A) Procedures
B) Policy
  • 32. is a product of prudence or wisdom in the management of human affairs, or policy or the set of principles on which they are based
A) Tactics
B) Policy
  • 33. Rules of action for the rank and file to show them how they expected to obtain the desired effect.
A) Guidelines
B) Tactics
  • 34. . Is a series of preliminary decisions on a framework, which in turn guides subsequent decisions that generate the nature and direction of an organization
A) Operational planning
B) Strategic planning
  • 35. . The following are reasons for strategic planning except
A) Flexibility
B) Congruence
  • 36. Standardizing Placement and Promotion System based on merit and fitness at all levels is under what kind of Strategie Focus?
A) Professionalism
B) Excellence
  • 37. Intensifying Policy Reform is under what kind of Strategic Focus?
A) Excellence
B) Competence
  • 38. Establishing mechanism to determine the level of discipline of PNP Personnel is under what kind of Strategic Focus?
A) Competence
B) Discipline
  • 39. Redesigning the PNP uniforms and institute safeguards against unauthorized manufacture and use is under what kind of Strategic Focus?
A) Excellence
B) Professionalism
  • 40. Streamlining the organization is under what Strategic Focus?
A) Organizational development
B) Discipline
  • 41. Means by which goals and objectives can be attained
A) Alternatives
B) Procedures
  • 42. . It is assisting the legislature in determining of police guideline through the passage of appropriate laws or ordinances the police to enforce
A) Broad external policy planning
B) Operational doctrine
  • 43. . The responsibility of the C/PNP and other chiefs of the different units or headquarters within their area of jurisdiction achieve the objectives or mission of the police organization
A) Internal policy planning
B) Executive managers
  • 44. They are concerned about the vision of the organization, strategic planning and long-range and general plans
A) Supervisors
B) Executive managers
  • 45. . They are probably the most critical person in determining the success or failure of a plan
A) Supervisors
B) Middle managers
  • 46. Oversee the day to day activities of officers as they implement plans
A) Middle managers
B) Supervisors
  • 47. These are the basic principles in planning, organization and management of the PNP.
A) Functional doctrines
B) Fundamental doctrines
  • 48. These provide guidance for specialized activities of the PNP in the broad field of interest
A) Fundamental doctrines
B) Functional doctrines
  • 49. These are the principles and rules governing the planning, organization and direction and employment of the PNP forces
A) Complimentary doctrines
B) Operational doctrines
  • 50. These define the fundamental principles governing the rules of conduct, attitude, behavior and ethical norm of the PNP.
A) Ethical doctrines
B) Operational doctrines
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