The Integrated National Police (INP) (Filipino: Pinagsamang Pulisyang Pambansa) (PPP) was one of two national police forces in the Philippines prior to 1991. It served basically as the municipal police force for the cities and large towns of the country.
... On January 1, 1991, the INP was folded into the PC to form the Philippine National Police, or PNP, who took responsibility for most former INP functions, including fire and jail services, The PNP ...
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