The history of the Province from Spanish occupation has been replaced with events worthy of recollection. As early as the time of the coming of Legaspi  to concur manila with the two of his subordinates officers. Martin de Goiti and Juan Salcedo, the Bulekanos thru their seafaring Brothers from Hagonoy showed their instinctive love of ountry by helping Raja Soliman, King of Manila, fight the Battle of Bangkusay Channel.

                The history began when a small settlement of fishermen lived along the oast of manila bay before the coming of Spaniards. Later on, these settlers became farmers after moving inward as they disovered that the land in the interior part was fertile and very much drained in the networks of Rivers and streams. These settlers grew and flourished into large and prosperous settlement now known as the province of Bulacan.

                It is believed that flowers bloomed in the region when the Spaniards came. Because of these sprawling green orchids, vegetable and profusely flowering plants, as well as the beautiful women, this lovely land had come to be called Bulacan as sort of shortened termed for “Bulak-lakan” and or a derivative of the word “Bulak” (kapok) which abound in the province even before the Spaniards came.

                The signing of Pact of Biak-na-Bato in 1897 was a Brilliant chapter in the history of Bulacan. However, the crowning glory of the series of historical events in the province was the establishment of the capital of the First Philippine republic in Malolos. The Malolos Church and Barasoain Church will be both remembered as the executive headquarters of President Aguinaldo and as the legislative, from September 10, 1898 to March 29, 1899. It was also in Malolos that famous and historical document, the Malolos Constitution, was drafter and ratified.

                Bulaan is also the cradle of noble heroes, of great men and women. The early people of Bulacan, being descendant of freedom loving race, had raised in revolt like their others brothers in other parts of the ountry. Bulacan was one of the eight provinces which rallied behind Katipunan’s call for all-out insurrection against the Spanish tyranny in the late 19th century. It produced the del Pilars, Balagtas, Tecson, Valenzuela, Toress, Estrella, Ponce, Sandico, Panganiban, and many others. The Bulakenos take fierce pride in their history and tradition and they live by these glories. By these glories, they are quick to display leadership and seek fullest commitment to national goals.

Source: History of Bulacan
              By: Francisco Calalang
              Cy: 1971

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1. Four (4) Different Colors (White, Red, Green & Blue) Represents purity for White, bravery for Red, victory for Green and loyalty & commitment for Blue.

2. Twenty four (24) Stars inside the inner circle - Represents the 3 (Malolos, Meycuayan, San Jose Del Monte) cities and 22 municipalities under the province of Bulacan.

3. Sword - Signifies bravery as several heroes were born in the province.

4. Weighing Scale - Signifies equality and justice to the people.

5. Bamboo (surrounding the church and mountains) - Signifies adaptability to different situations encountered by the people in the province.

6. Mountain - Represents the Sierra Madre Mountain.

7. Church - Represents the Barasoain Church as the seat of the First Philippine Republic.

8. Three (3) Stars under the Church - Represents the 3 groups who fought against the Spaniards such as the Kakarong De Sili, Biak na Bato and Binakod.

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                Pursuant to GHQ General Orders No. 1151 dated 13 December  1990, the geographical area where the Headquarters of the Bulacan Constabulary / Integrated National Police Command is situated is named KAMPO HENERAL ALEJO S SANTOS, after the late General Alejo S. Santos, a politico-military personality who figured prominently during the World War II, as the intrepid leader of the 23,000 men of the Bulacan Military Area, a guerilla outfit which launched several gungho, do or die,guerilla war offensives against the occupying Japanese Imperial Forces, and who, later after that war, served with uncommon distinction as Military Governor of Bulacan Province, and subsequently, as Secretary of National Defense.

                General Alejo S. Santos was a lucky man to have his Death March in April 1942 and went back home in Bustos. With the wounds of battle and tortured, malaria and dysentery, he was able to contat several other Officers and Soldiers who escaped the Death March. They organized themselves into ehat was called “THE PHILIPPINE LEGION”. It was a legion of Guerillas in Bulacan whose operations in the province. Not long after, the Legion.

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                The Men and Women of the Bulacan Police Ofice are committed to the vision of a professional, dynamic and highly motivated Philippine National Police working in partnership with a responsive community towards the attainment of a safe place to live, work, invest and do business with.

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                To  enforce  the law, to prevent and control crimes, to maintain peace and order, and to ensure public safety and internal security with the active support of the community.

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