History

1980 -   Civil Security Force Command (CSFC)

- Tasked to exercise administrative and operational control in the regulation of the firearms, explosive, and security agency industries.

Offices under CSFC:

  • Firearms and Explosives Unit (FEU)
  • Supervisory Unit for Security and Investigation  Agency (SUSIA)
  • Reserve Affairs Unit (RAU)
  • Integrated Constabulary Home Defenses Force (ICHDF)
  • Regional Civil Security Force Districts (RCSFDs).

1991 -   Philippine National Police (PNP) – Civil Security Command (CVISCOM) and it took control of the following

  • Firearms and Explosives Division (FED)
  • Security Agencies and Guards Supervision Division (SAGSD)
  • Law Enforcement Training Affairs Division (LETAD)
  • 16 Regional Civil Security District (RCSDs)
  • 5 Sub-districts in the National Capital Region.

1996 -  CIVISCOM was renamed as the Civil Security Group (CSG)

September 24, 2009 - NAPOLCOM Resolution No. 2010-321 

  • FED was renamed Firearms Explosives Office (FEO) 
  • SAGSD was renamed Supervisory Office for Security and Investigation Agencies (SOSIA)

May 10, 2011, NAPOLCOM Resolution No. 2011-136

  • Rank of CSG Director – Police Director