Application for Gun Ban Exemption

Government Employee : Security Agency : Cashiers/Disbursing Officers : TransportPNP : AFP : Security Personnel : BJMP : High Risk Persons : Bodyguards of High-Risk persons

Important: All Requirements must be submitted in Three (3) sets; ALL REQUIREMENTS IN PHOTO COPIES SHOULD BE AUTHENTICATED BY THE ISSUING OFFICE; and Payment of the requirements fees shall be made upon filling of your application (no reimbursement in case of disapproval of application)

A. QUALIFIED GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEE

• Application signed by applicant

• Firearms (Non-government Issued Firearms) License and Valid Permit to Carry Authenticated by PNP Firearms and Explosive Dept.

• Letter Order ( Government Issued Firearms)

• Appointment Papers – CSC (Certified True Copy or Authenticated.

• Endorsement Letter from the Head Agency.

• Latest 2×2 Photo of applicant.

• Latest Identification Card.

SCHEDULE OF FEES:

1.) Government issued firearms – No fee

2.) Non-government issued – P 500.00 per firearms

3.) SC, CA, Sandiganbayan Justices – P 250.00 per firearms

Provincial and City Prosecutors.

(privately owned firearms)

B. SECURITY AGENCY

• Application signed by Head of Agency

• Letter Request ( Address to the Chairman of Committee).

• License to Operate ( Authenticated Copy)

• Itemized List of Firearms with Serial Numbers, caliber, and must Validated by Chief, Records SAGSD or FESAGSS.

• Disposition of Personnel / Firearms.

• Latest 2×2 Photo of owner. ( 3 copies)

SCHEDULE OF FEES:

1.) Licensed Firearms – P 30.00 per firearms

C. CASHIER / DISBURSING OFFICERS

• Application Form duly signed

• Letter Request and Certification from Head of Organization.

(Disbursing a sum of money or other valuables amounting to not less than 200,000 pesos)

• Firearms License and valid Permit to Carry (Authenticated by PNP Firearms and Explosives Division)

• Statement of Account of the Company

• DTI, Mayor’s and Business Permits of the Company

• Latest 2×2 Photo of applicant. ( 3 copies)
SCHEDULE OF FEES:

1.) Licensed Firearms – P 500.00 per firearms

D. TRANSPORT (Import / Export)

• Application Form duly signed by the Broker, Importer, Exporter or Manufacturer

• Authority to Import/Export (Authenticated by the PNP Firearms and Explosive Dept.)

• Commercial Invoice

• License to Operate of Broker, Importer, Exporter or Manufacturer

• Latest 2 x 2 Photo of Applicant (3 copies)

TRANSPORT (Local Movement)

• Application duly signed by the Broker, Firearms Dealer or Manufacturer

• Authority to Transport/Certification (from PNP Firearms and Explosive Dept.)

• List of Firearm(s) and its serial numbers

• Latest 2 x 2 Photo of applicant (3 copies)

TRANSPORT (Shooting Competitions)

• Application duly signed by the Participant

• Letter Request of the Participating Association

• License to Possess and Permit to Carry Firearm

• Latest 2x 2 Photo of the Applicant (3 copies)

SCHEDULE OF FEES :

1.) Firearms – P 60.00 per application

2.) Components of Explosives – P 150.00 per application

3.) Ammunition – P 60.00 per application

E. PHILIPPINE NATIONAL POLICE

• Application Form duly signed by the Applicant/Police Officer

• Memorandum of Receipt or LEA (for Government Issued Firearms) and Mission Order

• Valid Firearms License and Permit to Carry (for Privately Owned Firearms duly authenticated by the Firearms and Explosive Dept.)

• Absorption Order or Appointment Papers (Authenticated or Certified True Copy)

• Latest PNP Identification Card

• Latest 2 x 2 Photo of Applicant (3 copies)

SCHEDULE OF FEES :

1.) Government Issued Firearms – No Fee

2.) Non-government Issued Firearms – P250.00/firearm

F. ARMED FORCES OF THE PHILIPPINES

• Letter Request from Unit Head

• Roster of Troops

• Individual applications signed by each soldier

• Updated Memorandum Receipt and Mission Order

• Certification from the immediate Commanding Officer stating that he is a bonafide Member of the AFP.

• CAD Order

• Enlistment Papers

• Latest Identification Card

• Latest 2×2 Photo (3 copies)

• A DISK COPY OF roster / disposition of troops/ personnel with the corresponding description of firearm/s assigned to the firearm/s holder.

SCHEDULE OF FEES :

1.) Government Issued Firearms – No Fee

2.) Non-government Issued Firearms – P250.00/firearm

G. SECURITY ESCORT / BODYGUARD

• Application / Endorsement from concerned VIP

• Certificate of Exemption previously issued by the Commission to the particular PNP member assigned as security or bodyguard.

• Memorandum Receipt (MR) and Mission Order (MO) if firearm is government issued.

• Firearm License and Permit to Carry for privately owned firearm.

• Certification from the immediate Commanding Officer stating that he is a bonafide Member of the AFP or PNP.

• Police Security Protection Office (PSPO) Indorsement.

• Latest Identification Card

• Latest 2×2 Photo (3 copies)
SCHEDULE OF FEES :

1.) Government Issued Firearms – No Fee

2.) Non-government Issued Firearms – P500.00/firearm

H. PRISON GUARD OF THE BUREAU OF JAIL MANAGEMENT AND PENOLOGY (BJMP)

• Application for Escort Certificate filed with the Regional Committee by jail warden, his assistant, or the particular guard assigned as escort;

• Certificate of Exemption previously issued by the Commission covering a specific firearms issued to the particular guard;

• Memorandum Receipt (MR) and Mission Order (MO) if firearm is government issued;

• Firearm License and Permit to Carry for privately owned firearm;

• Order / Subpoena issued by the Court, Tribunal or Government Investigator;

• Certificate of Exemption is valid only if accompanied by the Regional; Committee;s foregoing Escort Certificate, together with the foregoing order or subpoena;

• Latest Identification Card and

• Latest 2×2 Photo (3 copies)

SCHEDULE OF FEES :

1.) Government Issued Firearms – No Fee

2.) Non-government Issued Firearms – P500.00/firearm

I. HIGH RISK PERSONS

• Applications form duly signed by the applicant

• Valid and current Firearm License to Possess and Permit to Carry issued by the PNP

• Credible evidence of threat to life and/or limb, or of clear and present danger thereof, to the applicant by virtue of his position, occupation or situation

• Latest Identification Card.

• Latest 2×2 Photo (3 copies)
SCHEDULE OF FEES :

1) Licensed firearms – P250/per firearm

J. BODYGUARD OF HIGH RISK PERSONS

• Letter request of High Risk Person in behalf of bodyguard.

• Applications form to be signed by bodyguard.

• Valid and current Firearm License to Possess and Permit to Carry issued by the PNP to the bodyguard.

• Latest and current official Identification Card.

• Latest 2×2 Photo (3 copies)

• Police Security and Protection Office (PSPO) Indorsement.
SCHEDULE OF FEES :

1) Licensed firearms – P250/per firearm
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3 Responses

  1. Tsk, tsk, boy the guy with the receding hairline sure shot the Comelec chairman full of holes. What’s the scoop on that, James? What’s the scuttlebutt in the Comelec? C’mon, a lil tsismis to spice up your blog…

  2. TO ALL
    I know this to be out of place. Please bear with me. I just want to create awareness by choosing the busy forum or the latest.
    Do consider Dr. Martin Bautista for the next elections obviously (a senatorial candidate of ‘Ang Kapatiran’ together with Adrian Sison and Zosimo Paredes). He’s a 45-year-old gastroenterologist in the US who came home after 17 years. You can see from his background that he truly means service. For those who find him to be a hypocrite for working abroad, do understand he’s a family man who needs to sustain his family, that he will be able to keep his independence by not relying on public funds to support his family. He helps his countrymen in his capacity but it’s just not enough for there are millions of Filipinos. It’s a good start in Philippine Politics to have him and his party around.
    I urge you to forward/text/inform all your contacts about them. I believe they only lack exposure that’s why I’m doing this. But I can’t do it alone so I’m appealing to everyone’s help. If all will inform their contacts about them and urge them as well to forward, we might hit a million.
    We cannot afford to be indifferent now if we want meaningful change. Otherwise we only have ourselves to blame. BUT TOGETHER WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE.

  3. Very informative… Thanks James.

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