The landmark police reform law Republic Act No. 4864, more popularly known as the Police Act of 1966, was enacted into law on September 8, 1966, that ushered in the birth of the Police Commission or the POLCOM to raise the degree of efficiency of the police service and place it on a professional level. Effecting major reforms in the country’s policing system necessitated the creation of a frontline agency that would carry out the intents of the Police Act.
           The National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM) commemorates its 54th Founding Anniversary by adopting simple virtual rites which will be participated in by the Commission’s Central and Regional Offices as the Commission remains resilient and united in working together in pursuit of healthy, safe, secure, and peaceful communities.