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On November 25, 1939, then Quezon City Mayor Tomas Morato organized the Quezon City Police Department and served concurrently as its Chief. It was simply a department in name, since the task of maintaining peace and order was the sole responsibility of the Philippine Constabulary.

 


Mayor Morato was later replaced by Hon. Sabino de Leon, who later relinquished his post to Colonel Crisano Alba. After Colonel Alba, Colonel Bibiano Viña took charge of the growing police force. After his tenure, PC Colonel Tomas B Karingal, assumed his short stint as Quezon City Police Chief and was replaced by Colonel Bornales. Not long after, Colonel Karingal was re-appointed as Quezon City Chief of Police.


The National Capital Region Police Office was geographically divided into four (4) Police Districts, with Central Police District covering the area of Quezon City. Col. Romeo San Diego, earning the distinction of being its first District Superintendent. The Central Police District maintained its headquarters at Camp P/Maj Gen Tomas B Karingal in Sikatuna Village, Diliman, Quezon City.


The Central Police District was further refurbished under the able leadership of distinctive officers like Police Generals RODOLFO GARCIA, DIONY VENTURA, RICARDO DE LEON, HERCULES CATALUÑA, GEORGE ALIÑO, ROMULO SALES, VICTOR LUGA, RODOLFO TOR, NAPOLEON CASTRO, PSSUPT OSCAR MARIÑAS AND PCSUPT NICASIO RADOVAN JR.

 

The Quezon City Police dramatically expanded in strength and logistics, upholds its paradigm as the Quezon City’s Pride, striving steadfastly to contribute towards realizing the vision of Quezon City’s founder- then President Manuel Luis Quezon, in full support to the administrative thrusts of an equally-visionary leader, Mayor Sonny Belmonte Jr.


At present, under the stewardship of its District Director, PCSUPT RICHARD A ALBANO , the Quezon City Police District vows to serve our best in making Quezon City a peaceful place to live in and do business and to remain as the leading Police District in the National Capital Region.

 

 

QCPD Vision

 

The Quezon City Government envisions itself to be a model of effective governance and responsible leadership, working in partnership with the citizen in building a quality community.

 

 

QCPD Mission

 

It is our mission to provide quality service which will make Quezon City an ideal community where people live, work and do business in a hospitable, progressive and peaceful environment.