Symbol of sovereignty of the Republic of the Philippines. White symbolizes peace which the NALECC strives to uphold; Blue signifies tranquility, timelessness, tradition and lasting values; Red implies precision, bravery and strength in the field of law enforcement; and Yellow signifies light whose brilliance shines in the dark to guide the law enforcers.
The great Filipino hero of Mactan, the epitome of the noblest Filipino who is the symbol and embodiment of all the genuine attributes and traits of leadership, courage, nationalism, self-reliance and a people-based and people-powered community defense.
The benevolent and heroic warrior who derived added strength from a cohesive, determined and loyal people in preserving the Filipino values, customs, traditions and the rule of law, Lapu-Lapu also personifies strong civilian constitutional authority.
FIFTY-SEVEN ENCIRCLED STARS
Represent the fifty seven-strong member-agencies from the different government offices/agencies with law enforcement duties encircled and bound into one family known as the National Law Enforcement Coordinating Committee (NALECC). It also denotes unity and coordination among member-agencies in the pursuit of common goals: peace and order, public safety and security within the entire sovereign country.
SIXTEEN GREEN LAUREL LEAVES
Distinct green laurel leaves which signify the sixteen hard-working Sub-Committees of the National Law Enforcement Coordinating Committee. It also implies honor, dignity and the privilege of being a member of a noble organization where public service is a public trust.
CIRCLE SHAPE WITH THREE DIVISIONS
NALECC entails accuracy that focuses on the pursuit of three common goals; peace and order, public safety and security.