The Bureau of Corrections was founded in 1905. The eleven (11) bay leaves, which represent a decade per leaf, refer to the achievement and developments of BUCOR since its existence. It also cover the 112th anniversary of BUCOR where its first ever modernization law put into place.
The man-figure represents the Person Deprived if Liberty (PDL), who had undergone security and effective rehabilitation programs (prison railings with green background) through meaningful justice (justice symbol), is about to be released from prison facing the EAST where the sun rises which represent the free society and symbolized new hope. The seven rays of the sun further symbolized the seven (7) Operating Prison and Penal Farms of BUCOR.

Bureau of Corrections