This study investigated the life satisfaction factors of retired Philippine National Police Officers in Cebu City. The study probed into the factors affecting life satisfaction, and the influencing factors that contributed to the outcome of results. Results showed that the research participants had moderate to high tendency of extraversion. In addition, there had been moderate to high tendencies of negative personality such as lying, neuroticism, and psychoticism. The result further showed that they were highly satisfied in Comfortable Acceptance of Self and other nature (3.38), (being highly satisfied being respected by others and despite the fame and fear they have they still feel satisfied), followed by Peak Experiences (3.49), (being highly satisfied during the time they encountered cases which related to drugs and syndicate, it helps them boost their feelings of being a performing police officer), yet there were low satisfaction among Task Centering (2.44), they are substantially dissatisfied with what they are doing),Work Relationship (2.76), (participants were detached from bond of his subordinates after retirements), and neighborhood relationship (3.03). The findings of the study came-up with a proposed developmental program entitled, "PO.LI.C.E" was conceptualized for the upcoming and present retired police officers in Cebu City. The program intends to address the needs which the research participants showed moderate tendencies on lying, which was the highest, followed by psychoticism and neuroticism and on the personality aspect using the Eysenck Personality Questionnaire - Revised Short Form. Despite the moderate tendencies, the research participants did not show satisfaction to some aspects on self-actualization. There was dissatisfaction on duty or responsibilities during the service that might lead the research participants to not fully achieve the satisfaction in life.
Keywords: Life Satisfaction, Personality Trait, Self-Actualized, Developmental Program