The International Police Commission – IPC is duly registered, approved and accepted as an international non-profit, non-secretarial, peacekeeping and social development paramilitary organization based in the State of California, United States of America with extension commands in many UN Nations.

The International Police Commission was started in the year 1970 under the Philippine Government.

The IPC was time honored in 2004 at the foundation of the Geneva Conventions and the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement. It directs and coordinates the international activities conducted by the Movement in armed conflicts and other situations of violence.

IPC India Command has been working exceedingly well in the interest of the Humanity with the mutual support, guidance, cooperation and the agreed terms with the International Organization for Educational Development “IOED”. Its Mission has also been supported by other partner organizations that are the SITKA Police Department, Alaska, USA, International Police Association – IAC and all its Sections and the Global Risk International, etc.

The International Police Commission has also been conferred the Roger Consultative Status by the United Nations Economic and Social Council "UNECOSOC" and it is also a Member of the United Nations Office of the Drugs and Crimes “UNODC”.

The International Police Commission – IPC has also been legalised and registered with the Government of India.

The International Police Commission has also been accepted and registered by the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME), Government of India to work in the category of Extraterritorial Organization like the United Nations and its Agencies such as IMF, World Bank, European Commission, OPEC, etc. on 10th August, 2016.

The Spirit of the Universe is calling upon all peace-loving citizens to volunteer and join us in this noble endeavor.”

FAQs about the International Police Commission

What is the IPC?
The IPC is an acronym for the INTERNATIONAL POLICE COMMISSION. It is a not for profit, Intergovernmental Organization. It is classified as a paramilitary group.

The organization is duly registered with the California Secretary of State with registration No. C2211785 in the county of Sacramento, California, U.S.A;

The organization is also duly registered with the Government of India with registration No. DL03D0001990 in Delhi, India under the category of the Extraterritorial Organizations and Bodies; and legally accepted by many UN Nations

Purpose of the organization?
The specific purpose of the organization is to create a unified front with private and government functionaries to problems affecting human rights, economics, social affairs, control and prevention, and trafficking of illegal drugs. Its secondary purpose is to assist domestic and worldwide government in humanitarian and peacekeeping operations. Both worldwide and locally, the IPC is coordinating and sharing the campaign against terrorism and deeply involved in community projects of law enforcement agencies.

Where does the organization get funding?
The funds of the organization derives from membership fees, gifts, donations and contributions from private and government sectors, charitable institutions, fund raising projects, grants from private companies/philanthropic entities, established through requests to local, national and international prerequisites.

Organizational leaders?
As established in the organizations Articles of Corporation and Bylaws, it operates on distinctive military titles. The Commander-in-Chief is General Rafael B. Clarete, GHQS, U.S. Command, General Ernesto L. Macadaeg, Vice CIC, GHQS, General Rogelio E. Sanosa, Cmdr. Logistics, GHQS, Maj. General Jose E. Nuega, Cmdr. Internal Affairs, GHQS, Maj. General Roberto M. Revecho, Cmdr. Protocol, GHQS, Brig. General Joey S. Garcia, Cmdr. Intelligence and Investigation, GHQS, Col. Hector P. Minoza, Planning, Operations and Training Officer of International Operations.

General Robert S. Biazon, IPC Philcom Command and other Commissioned Officers

General Dr. Arvind Kumar Sharma, IPC India Command and other Commissioned Officers.

Also visit Network page of the website to know about the Authorised Representatives in other UN Nations.

Qualification required to join the organization?
Anyone who desires to join the organization must be at least a Graduate. He or she must be of good moral character and must never be convicted of any crime. He must be physically and psychologically fit and must adhere to the laws of the land.

Documents required:
1. Bio-data/Resume
2. Application Form
3. Must be endorsed or recommended by an active member or officer
4. 2 x 2 colored picture 2 pieces with black coat and matching tie attired
5. Clearances from government authorities
6. Any certificate of seminars attended or other related composite training

When a person freely enters an organization or association, that person believes in the principles which the organization stands for. He does so in exercise of this freedom.

He is expected to embrace the principles by which the organization is created and through which it thrives. He is expected to abide by the reasonable laws, rules and regulations which the organization as a whole, agrees to implement. And when the time comes when his own personal priorities, concerns and conscience cannot anymore uphold the principles and the system by which it exists, the person may FREELY choose or CEASE membership.

That is freedom at its height. That is freedom in action.

Therefore, when a new member applies for membership, he or she is expected to similarly uphold the laws and regulations, the Integrity of the Organization and or association by primarily abiding by the mission or reasons for its existence. This is the SECOND DUTY and obligation of the member.

NO ONE is forced TO APPLY as a member if it is does not fit his person and abilities. No member is prevented to LEAVE the Organization and TRANSFER to another to his liking and preference.

Hence, it is proper that each member first realizes, that he or she cannot just change anything or everything that goes against the very nature for which the organization / association stands for the freedom of any member to leave the organization he has be gone to dislike and distrust is always uphold.

This is related to the THIRD DUTY of the member to promote and maintain the peace and tranquility of the organization PROPER behaviour in good discipline as well as the maintenance at harmonious relationship with all the members of the organization.

As the member freely embraces the organizations reason for existence, he or she must uphold the structures which the organization used to achieve its mission. These structures are meant to safeguard the common understanding in the consistent application of the principles and policies. When those principles and policies and its framework are no longer effective, change must be instituted. Even this change needs peaceful process. It cannot be imposed but only by moral persuasion.

To those who would want to change the organizations, rules and regulations, one must learn to live with the fact the NOBODY FORCED them to join and become a member of the organization.

It is only when you have come to the conclusion that you have joined this organization FOR SERVICE, FOR LOVE , FOR COUNTRY and GOD, then you can safely say, you have fulfilled your vow.

General Headquarters (GHQS), International Police Commission, 7902 Gerber Road #191, Sacramento, CA. 95828, Tele-fax: (916) 688-0271 Or

General Headquarters (GHQS), International Police Commission - IPC Philcom Command, Unit 2, 2/F Dimailig Bldg. Greenland Subdivision, Nangka, Marikina City, Philippines Or

General Headquarters (GHQS), International Police Commission - IPC India Command, 89, Bamnoli, Sector 28, South West District, Dwarka, New Delhi - 110077 India, Tele: (91)(11) 253-14312

Why are the members given military ranks?
Being a paramilitary group, the entitlement of military ranking is adopted as per the organization's Constitution and Bylaws corroborated that Officers and Personnel shall be conferred with military rank in order to enforce the highest and strict discipline within the rank and file, a sublime objective in bringing the Officers and Personnel with the finest camaraderie.

Is in-house training a composite of the organization?
Personnel and Officers are subjected to an in-house training and other aspects relevant to their designated ranks and assignments.

A pretty good knowledge in computer skills is a must for vital communications. Secondary training on martial arts and self defense mechanism, Other training on terrorism protocol that includes intelligence networks, Rescue and First Aid Medical Treatment, Disaster and Relief Operations, Basic Police Management and Weapons Handling.

Are the IPC providing training to other Peace-keeping Organizations?
Black Panther Special Commando Training Force has been formed by the International Organization for Educational Development Limited – IOED i.e. Not for Profit, Independent and Sovereign International Organization duly registered with the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Government of India.

Academy: Black Panther Commando Training Academy of India as a Special Force Commando Instructor Group constituted as one of the Paramilitary Group (Special Anti-Crime and Security Services) imparting Commando and Kung-fu a Chinese Martial Art Training i.e. War Fighting Method training to the Trainers of Military, Paramilitary, Police and other forces to fight with arms and/or unarms against high level Corruption, Terrorism and Criminal Syndicates.

Subjects of the Commando Training Course:
1. Training Philosophy, Strategy and Tactics
2. Developing an offensive mind and heightened awareness
3. Body dynamics and target selection
4. Throws, joint leverages and take-downs
5. Fighting multiple opponents and on differing terrain
6. Defending against choke-holds, grabs, sneak attacks, knife and gun attacks
7. Arousal Control
8. Attention Control
9. Planning and Goal Setting
10. Decision making in chaos
11. Visualization and Positivity
12. Teamwork and Leadership
13. Course Military Operations on Urban Terrain
14. Close Quarter Combat
15. Nuclear, Biological & Chemical Defense Course, Jungle Warfare Training
16. Jungle Environment Survival Training
17. Desert Survival Training
18. Detention and Hostage Survival
19. Mountain Warfare Training
20. Expeditionary Warfare Training

What to expect after training?
Commitment, Dedication and Loyalty to the Organization

Are members given allowances or remuneration?
All members are volunteers, unless otherwise that grants will be accorded to the organization, pro-rated allowances will be assessed upon the approval of the members of the Board of Directors, on assigned working committees.

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General Dr. Arvind Kumar Sharma, IPC
Commanding General - IPC India Command

“The International Police Commission serves as a catalyst for a peaceful global environment. We provide worldwide services essential for private entities, government authorities, and law enforcement agencies by assisting resolve crimes against humanity.”

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 Commissioned and Non-Commissioned Officers 

What we do
Uphold International Law
Consultative Status granted to the International Police Commission
Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana
UNCESDA A New Agency to support and promote all African Countries.
Board of Security Advisors
IPC International Court
Executive Council
IGO Law Enforcement Consortium
Meetings and Events
Press Releases
Int'l Policing Rules and IPC
Procedure to Associate with Army
Specimen for Partnership