HISTORY OF QUIRINO POLICE PROVINCIAL OFFICE

Sometime in January 1969, the Provincial Constabulary Command was established under Major Francisco A. Racquel, PC as Provincial Commander of Quirino Sub-Province of Nueva Vizcaya with one Philippine Constabulary Company. The Provincial Headquarters then was located at Mangandingay Elementary School, Mangandingay, Cabarroguis, Quirino.

It was during the incumbency of Major Orlando C. Dulay, PC from September 5, 1973 to December 3, 1974 that the Provincial Headquarters was transferred to the residential house of the then Lieutenant Governor Jose B. Aquino at Barangay San Leonardo Aglipay, Quirino occupying a land area of 102,992 square meters classified as military reservation area pursuant to Presidential Proclamation No. 423 and where the Police Provincial Office is presently located.It was during the incumbency of Major Orlando C. Dulay, PC from September 5, 1973 to December 3, 1974 that the Provincial Headquarters was transferred to the residential house of the then Lieutenant Governor Jose B. Aquino at Barangay San Leonardo Aglipay, Quirino occupying a land area of 102,992 square meters classified as military reservation area pursuant to Presidential Proclamation No. 423 and where the Police Provincial Office is presently located.

It was during the time of Lt.C. Francisco S. Carreon, PC when pursuant to Presidential Decree 765 all members of the Philippine Constabulary and members of the Integrated National Police were merged and became Quirino Philippine Constabulary/Integrated National Police Command on August 8, 1975.