PNP LTMPC is composed of uniformed and non- uniformed personnel of Phiippine National Police (PNP), Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP), Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP), Philippine Public Safety College (PPSC), and Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP).
On June 1, 1960, a group of officers in Camp Crame, voluntarily associated themselves for the purpose of forming the Philippine Constabulary (PC) Cooperative Credit Union, Inc., a non-stock cooperative under the laws of the Philippine, more particularly under the provisions of RA2023. The credit union was formed primarily to serve the needs of its members in order to encourage thrift and promote savings, to make credit available to members at a reasonable rate of interest and educate the members in the wise use of money and emphasize the importance of paying just loans. The following were its incorporations:
|Luciano Gunabe||Maximo Jante|
|Teofilo Dayao||Daniel Iway|
|Vicente Noble||Felix Argena|
|Job Mayo||Protacio Morcilla|
|Amando Ruiz||Querubin Mabugat|
|Maximo Dionisio||Auxencio Penaranda|
|Castor Buenaflor||Severo Sales|
In its establishment in 1960, the Cooperative carried the name “Philippine Constabulary Credit Union, Inc.” (PCCUI) in line with the fact that the initial membership came from the now defunct Philippine Constabulary. Later, the union’s name metamorphosed to “PC/INP Credit Cooperative, Inc”, a name by which it became known for a number of years until 1993.
Under RA 9520, the Cooperative is registered with the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) under Registration No.9520-16000181 on October 2, 2009.
While the logical named adopted when the PC/INP become by operation of law the “Philippine National Police” should have been one allied to its membership, the LTMPC Board, in cognizance of the growing composite membership from allied agencies and services,considered it proper to rename the cooperative anew as “LAKAS TULUNGAN MULTI-PURPOSE COOPERATIVE (LTMPC in brief).
The current Board of Directors, however, thought it fitting and proper that the Philippine National Police should be given eminence and recognition by adding the initial “PNP” (Philippine National Police) in the first name LAKAS TULUNGAN MULTI-PURPOSE COOPERATIVE. Thus, on October 2, 2000 by unanimous vote of the Board of Directors, Resolution No.53, Series of 2000 was adopted amending the Cooperative name aptly to PHILIPPINE NATIONAL POLICE LAKAS TULUNGAN MULTI-PURPOSE COOPERATIVE (PNP LTMPC). The change of cooperative name was presented and ratified by the members during the 41st General Assembly on March 29, 2001 and this amendment has been filed with the Cooperative Development Authority.