Republic of the Philippines

National Police Commission

PHILIPPINE NATIONAL POLICE

POLICE REGIONAL OFFICE 3

                                                 Camp Olivas City of San Fernando, Pampanga

 

FEBRUARY 2014 Accomplishment Report

 

  1. I.Executive Summary

                  The month of February commemorates the “National Awareness Week for the Prevention of Child Sexual and Exploitation”, also known as “Child Sexual Abuse Awareness Week (CSAAW) this is pursuant to Proclamation No.731 series of 1996 that declares the 2nd week of February of every year as CSAAW Week to be celebrated from the period February 9-15, 2014. The CSAAW is now on its 18th year celebration with the theme “ Proteksyon ng Bata… Tungkulin ng Bawat Isa”. In this headquarters the activity was highlighted with a lecture on Protection of Children against Sexual abuse and Exploitation to Grade 5 pupils of Camp Olivas Elementary School on February 13, 2014@ 8:00AM at PRO3 Multi-Purpose Hall. A total of one hundred fifty (150) participants attended the said activity.

  1. A.Community Organization And Mobilization

1. Barangay Peacekeeping Operations/Barangay Peacekeeping

            Since the launching of LOI SAMBAYAN program, the PRO3 has embarked on its thrusts of organizing and mobilizing the community through the holding of Barangay Peacekeeping Operations (BPO) orientations, trainings, and seminars. This thrust was further strengthened by conducting follow-up seminars/training on Barangay Tanod Enhancement in our AOR.

            With the conduct of the abovementioned activities, involvement of the community was attained. These seminars enlightened them on their vital role in maintaining peace and order in their own homes, neighborhood and society.

2. Barangay Peacekeeping Action Team (BPAT) Mobilization

            Determined to sustain the framework being laid down by this PRO on the SAMBAYAN program, several components of the Barangay Peacekeeping Action teams were established such as Law Enforcement Group ; United Front Group; Disaster Relief; Case Tracking; Environmental Protection and others. Gained here is the enthusiasm of each member to willingly participate and cooperate with the PNP by performing their assigned specific tasks defined according to the component or group he belongs. Instinctively, belonging with responsibility is a value being developed among the BPATs members.

            On the other hand, the One Police Supervisor per Barangay was implemented all over the region boosting not only the police-community relations but also the prevailing kindred amongst people living in the area of responsibility. Underscored in this kind of environment were the people’s acknowledgment of the PNP leadership, development of trust and confidence in the police and subsequently support the PNP cause through their active involvement in the government’s peacekeeping and law enforcement programs in their respective communities.

3. Mobilization of accredited NGOs (anti-crime, sectoral)

           

Coordination and networking from the barangay to municipal and provincial levels had resulted not only to the complementation but also to the oneness of efforts toward one direction of peace and order-related undertakings of all, including the different sectors of the society especially those that are based and working right there in the communities.

  1. B.Community Assistance And Development

1. Disaster Preparedness and Response Seminar

Continuous holding of Disaster Preparedness and Response Seminar with drills on earthquake and fire drills is both a reactive and proactive aspects of preparing the communities especially disaster-prone areas in the region. The community involvement in these dry run activities made them aware and equipped them of the How tos and what tos during calamities, thereby reducing destruction to lives and properties in the AOR.

In the Regional Headquarters, two (2) classes of Emergency Response Training “Familiarization on Response Management” were conducted at PRO 3 Multi- Purpose Hall. The first batch was trained on February 7, 2014 and was followed by the second batch on February 23, 2014.

2. Disaster Preparedness and Response Activities

The impact of collaboration between this PRO and other government agencies was felt in the past and recent conduct of disaster and relief operations as well as in the search and rescue operations spearheaded by the PNP here. This can also be attributed to the establishment of the Disaster Incident Management Task Group with the LGUs’ Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council organized in every municipality. Also, membership of all PPOs/CPOs in the Provincial Risk Reduction Management Council has maximized the Command’s personnel strength with task on disaster-related activities. Victims of calamities, even without them saying, are comforted and are drawing their strength from our policemen who are conspicuously seen in the area doing rescues and distributing relief goods.

Outreach activities in this PRO are plenty due to the Command’s initiative in joining outreach activities, making the police personnel familiar to the people classified as “pangmasa”, approachable, easy to talk with as public servant– a character to be emulated by the rest of the PNP family – which has something to do in developing and maintaining a good police image which is the real essence of conducting outreach programs, not necessarily the goods or services given to those who availed them.

All avenues and opportunities available were utilized by all PNP units to lead and support the preservation and protection of the environment in partnership with the LGUs, private and public organizations like the Department of Education (DepEd), and many others. These undertakings harmonize PNP programs with the national and local government programs, similarly with other stakeholders down to the grassroots, for the benefit of the communities we serve.

            Feedback Mechanism – an element that completes the communication process to gather reactions, opinions, and even criticisms - designed by Police Regional Office 3 “PRO3, Ireport mo sa Pulis, has made first hand reactions, honest opinions, views, inputs and even criticisms gathered by the Command. These data are imperative in the monitoring, evaluation and assessment of effective implementation of the SAMBAYAN necessary for open innovations (if needed) to further enhance its significance in the attainment of the PNP mandate which is to ensure peace and order in the community. Likewise, these project would help the community to easily report crimes even report abusive PNP personnel in this PRO and they assured with immediate action to their concerns/complaints.

 

  1. II.FEBRUARY 2014

PROGRAMS, PROJECTS AND ACTIVITIES

TARGET

ACTUAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS

 

I.

SANTINIG

     
 

A.

POLICE INSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION

     
   

1.

Police Information and Continuing Education

604

   
   

2.

Production and Dissemination of Information, Education and Communication (IEC) Materials

     
     

a)

Unit Magazine/Newsletter/Gazette

58

   
     

b)

Crime Prevention/Public Safety Tips

237

   
     

c)

Gender and Development related IEC materials

151

   
     

d)

Tarpaulin/streamer display

151

   
 

B.

COMMUNITY INFORMATION

     
   

1.

Community awareness

     
     

a)

Dialogue/pulong-pulong

511

   
     

b)

Awareness lecture (crime prevention, public safety, illegal drugs, information gathering, etc.)

405

   
     

c)

Camp Visits

56

   
   

2

Quad Media Activities

     
     

a)

Publication of Press Release/Featured Stories

95

   
     

b)

Radio appearances/guestings

61

   
     

c)

Television appearances/guestings

65

   
     

d)

Unit account (website, e-mail, facebook, etc.)

111

   
 

C.

INFORMATION OPERATIONS (IO)

     
   

1.

Formulation of Initiated IO Plan

     
   

2.

Implementation of RHQ issued IMPLAN(s)

11

   
 

D.

GENDER AWARENESS DEVELOPMENT

11

   
   

Advocacy/awareness activities on Violence Against Women and Children (VAWC) related laws, Juvenile Delinquency, Gender and Climate Change and Family Dynamics

     
   

1.

Dialogues, pulong-pulong/symposiums/visitations

301

   
   

2.

Seminars/workshops

180

   
   

3.

Maintenance of WCPDs

134

   
   

4.

Maintenance of Daycare Centers

29

   
           
           
           
           
 

E.

SALAAM POLICE

     
   

1.

Visitation to jails and Muslim inmates dependents

 50

11

   
   

2.

Ne72tworking, monitoring and liaisoning with regional NCMF, Elder62s and other Muslim NGOs

11

   
   

3.

Monitoring of Friday Sermon (Khutba)

     
   

4.

Continuous information and education

151

   

II.

SAMBAYAN

     
 

A.

COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION AND MOBILIZATION

     
   

1.

Barangay Peacekeeping Operations/Barangay Peacekeeping Action Team (BPO/BPAT) seminar

1189

   
   

2.

Barangay Peacekeeping Action Team (BPAT) mobilization

120

   
   

3.

Mobilization of accredited NGOs (anti-crime, sectoral organizations, etc.)

     
 

B.

COMMUNITY ASSISTANCE AND DEVELOPMENT

     
   

1.

Disaster Preparedness and Response seminar

137

   
   

2.

Disaster Preparedness and response activities (inter-agency coordination, information drive, relief operations, etc)

151

   
   

3.

Outreach activities (medical, dental, bloodletting, circumcision, feeding, etc.)

151

   
   

4.

Environmental protection/preservation activities (tree planting, coastal clean-up, etc.)

151

   
   

5.

Feedback mechanism (PNP Text 2920, Subukan Nyo Po Kami,         I-Report Mo Kay Tsip, Unit Hotline, etc)

     
 

C.

SALAAM POLICE

     
   

1.

Mosque (Masjib) based activities

11

   
   

2.

School (Madrasa)based activities

151

   
   

3.

Monitoring/Liaisoning with Muslim Elders and Organizations

11

   
   

4.

Organization of NGOs and Salaam Action Team (Salaam Civilian Volunteer)

11

   
   

5.

Complaint assistance

11

   

III.

PROGRAM ENHANCEMENTS

     
 

A.

PNP Citizen's Charter (display of service standard and flowchart)

140

135

 
 

B.

PNP Quality Service Lane implementation

140

882

 
 

C.

Pulis Nyo Po Sa Barangay

140

434

 
                     

 

  1. III.OTHER SIGNIFICANT ACCOMPLISHMENTS

 

Outreach Activities

 

FEEDING PROGRAM/SHARE A DAY

PICE/Media Lines

On February 10, 2014 at about 9:00 in the morning all team leaders of this station convened at office of the chief of police for the Police Information and Continuing Education presided by the undersigned together with SPO4 Rolando San Pedro, CESPO. Topic discussed was about the Wheel of Torture an incident in Biñan Laguna.

On February 10, 2014 at about 9:00 in the morning all team leaders of this station convened at office of the chief of police for the Police Information and Continuing Education presided by the undersigned together with SPO4 Rolando San Pedro, CESPO. Topics discussed were about the Battle of the Band and the 28th Anniversary of EDSA People Power.

On February 10, 2014 at about 9:00 in the morning all team leaders of this station convened at office of the chief of police for the Police Information and Continuing Education presided by the undersigned together with SPO4 Rolando San Pedro, CESPO. Topics discussed were about the Information Operation re Media Lines on SPD Alleged Lapses on Deniece Cornejo and Ferdinand “Vhong” Navarro Case and Off-Duty COPs Foil Robbery.

On February 15, 2014 at about 7:30 in the morning after the “Hataw” personnel of this station convened led by SPO4 Rolando P San Pedro, CESPO conducted of Police Information and Continuing Education regarding the 3 COPS wounded in a clash with drug dealers in Surigao City. The activity was held in front of this station, city hall compound, M. De Leon Ave., Kapt Pepe Subd., Cabanatuan City.

RADIO/TV GUESTINGS

On February 1 at about 6:30 in the morning the undersigned together with PCI AVELINA DE GUZMAN, DCOP, PINSP JONATHAN ROMERO, Admin PCO and SPO4 Edgardo Pangilinan, C, Traffic PNCO attended in the TV Interview dubbed as Pulis Cabanatuan Kabalikat ng Mamamayan anchored by Boy Verde. It was held at the DWJJ, Celcor Compound, Maharlika Hiway, Cabanatuan City. Topics discussed were the weekly operational accomplishments and administrative activities of this station and measures to address the problem on violence against media practitioners.

On February 8, 2014 at about 6:30 in the morning PSUPT PEDRO D SOLIBA, COP together with PCI AVELINA DE GUZMAN, DCOP, attended in the TV Interview dubbed as Pulis Cabanatuan Kabalikat ng Mamamayan anchored by Boy Verde. It was held at the DWJJ, Celcor Compound, Maharlika Hiway, Cabanatuan City. Topics discussed were the weekly operational accomplishments and administrative activities of this station and measures to address the problem on violence against media practitioners.

The Gapan City Police Station conducted Feeding Program in connection with the celebration of 18th National Awareness Week for the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation, with the theme: “Proteksyon ng Bata, Tungkulin ng Bawat Isa”.held at Sitio Libis, Brgy. San Vicente, Gapan City, Nueva Ecija.

On February 13, 2014at about 10:00 AM, personnel of this station led by PSI RODERICK M CORPUZ, COP in coordination with the LGU-Laur and MSWDO conducted Joint Supplemental Feeding and Anti-poverty Program with twenty five (25) students of Brgy III Day Care Center. This joint effort aims to address malnutrition of Daycare students of this municipality.Activity terminated at about 11:00 same date.

DISASTER PREPARENESS DRILLS/TRAININGS/SEMINARS

           

On February 22, 2014 at about 9:00 in the morning personnel of this station led by PCI AVELINA A DE GUZMAN, DCOP under the overall supervision of the undersigned in coordination with the Cabanatuan Emergency Search and Rescue (CESaRR) Team spearheaded by Mrs. Helen Bagasao, CSWDO conducted earthquake drill held at this office. This activity aims aware PNP personnel and other participants on what to do before, during and after the earthquake and to brief them the importance of establishment of Incident Command System during the existence of any calamity like earthquake.

 

In the Regional Headquarters, two (2) classes of Emergency Response Training “Familiarization on Response Management” were conducd at PRO 3 Multi- Purpose Hall. The first batch was trained on February 7, 2014 and was followed by the second batch on February 23, 2014.

 

QUALITY SERVICE LANE

 

CLEAN-UP DRIVE

 

To help clean the environment and disseminate pertinent environmental laws, this office conduct clean-up drives.

COMMUNITY DIALOGUES

                                                                                                                                                                

                                                                               

To ensure community awareness, this office is conducting community awareness dialogues on a regular basis.

HATAW

 

Best Practices

                  In support of the Child Sexual Abuse Awareness Week which is now on its 18th year celebration with the theme “ Proteksyon ng Bata… Tungkulin ng Bawat Isa” this officeconducted a lecture on Child Abuse, Exploitation and Discrimination to Grade 5 pupils of Camp Olivas Elementary School on February 13, 2014 at PRO3 Multi- Purpose Hall. An active interaction between the pupils and the lecturer also took place touching on the child awareness and the latter’s responsibilities to the society

                                   

                                       

The continuous increasing of subversion in the region is one of the main problems of the Philippine National Police. Aside from other Internal Security Operations being conducted, pioneering programs that will support on actions that would cater and regain community’s trust is an ought to do. The PCR team instigated activities aiming to reverse community’s ideas on PNP. Bringing back the trust of the community, “Bata, Bawal ang Nakapaa” (Slippers Distribution Project) was conducted to Alta Tribe Community in Brgy. Brgy.Diteki San Luis,Aurora . The Alta kids who were given a chance to be acquainted to uniformed police men somehow varied their thoughts that PNP is provider. 

This program is not just an offering and gift-giving. It is not just an activity that will supply in-kind donations from our contributors. And this is not only an outreach program. “Bata, Bawal ang Nakapaa” Program (Slipper Distribution Project) is a counter-propaganda of the 3rd Regional Public Safety Battalion from the enticing move of the communist groups. To widen the variety of assistance and services offered to the community, this month, this Battalion has conducted medical and dental missions in San Luis Aurora with the objective of inculcating in the minds of the recipients the importance of taking care of their teeth in relation with the month-long celebration of February as the Oral Health Month

The personnel of the 3rd Regional Public Safety Battalion embraced the truth that San Clemente, Tarlac, assertively persists to continue the activities cater in tightening the relationship between the community and the police in stirring crime prevention.The initiated Community Outreach Program had marked to the residents of the said municipality. They proceeded to San Clemente, Tarlac for the conduct of Information Operation to third year and fourth year students of Bamban High School in coordination with Mrs. Lucrecia Perez, School Principal and Community Outreach Program dubbed as “Bata… Bawal ang Nakapaa.” (Slippers Distribution Project) to the residents of Brgy. Balloc in coordination with Brgy. Capt. Atilino M. Ramboa. They also conducted lectures on RA 7877 (Anti-Sexual Harassment), Anti-Child Pornography, Anti-Trafficking in Persons Act of 2003, Anti-Insurgency Campaign with leaflets entitled “Apat na Dahilan Bakit Hindi Umanib sa CPP-NPA”, Anti Violence Against Women and Children Act (RA 9262), Katarungang Pambarangay and Handcuffing Techniques for the Barangay Tanods and Council. The said activity aims to to develop and enhance the awareness of the community in the basic laws that existing in our country.

Further, this activities are one of the stepping stone to win back the heart of the residents of the said area. And as for the highlight of the said activity, the personnel pioneered a program dubbed as “Bata… Bawal ang Nakapaa” (Slippers Distribution Project) which aims to change community’s perception on PNP. Leading programs with genuine approach like slippers distribution program helps in upraising the trust and support coming from the public. These civilian-oriented activities cater in tightening the relationship between the community and the police in stirring crime prevention.

The Nueva Ecija Police Provincial Office represented by the undersigned entered into a Memorandum of Agreement with World Citi Colleges Guimba Campus represented by Mr Marlon G Manlangit, Executive Director of said institution held at WCC Conference Room, Guimba, Nueva Ecija and witnessed by the Command Group and Staff Officers of this office together with the faculty and staff of the school through the effort of PSUPT RENATO DAVID, COP, Guimba Police Station

           The Memorandum of Agreement will provides fifty percent (50%) on tuition fee discounts to active police officers; forty percent (40%) to their qualified dependents and regular employees of the GRANTEE, and thirty percent (30%) to the dependents of PNP Retirees and deserving children whose parent is a victim of crimes who would enroll in any program of the school including Basic Education. Further, MOA has a five (5) years term contract covering from February 13, 2014 to February 13, 2019.

 


The Nueva Ecija Police Provincial Office also conducted joint bloodletting

activity with Kapisanan ng mga Brodkaster ng Pilipinas (KBP) – Nueva Ecija Chapter and Philippine Blood Disease and Transfusion Center (PBDTC) with the theme: “Donate Your Blood, Save a Life” held at NEPPO Gym, Burgos Avenue, Cabanatuan City.

The KBP-NE Chapter and Nueva Ecija Police Consumers Cooperative (NEPCCO) and PBDTC represented by Ms. Joy Galvez-Dominado, Dr. Andres S. Bonifacio together with PSSUPT CRISALDO OBISPO NIEVES, PD, NEPPO, entered into a Memorandum of Agreement for the purpose of helping the Department of Health institutionalize voluntary donation activities in schools, churches, government, and non-government organizations on February 20, 2014 at NEPPO Gym, Burgos Avenue, Cabanatuan City.

This noble undertaking was voluntarily participated by 7ID, Philippine Army, PNP personnel, police interns from different police stations, members of BPATs, civic organizations and other civilian volunteers throughout the province for the cause of saving life. More or less five hundred (500) individuals were screened as blood donors and successfully donated blood a total of 81,900cc of different blood types were extracted from the donors.

 

 

 

            The consistent involvement of PNP brings positive impact to the citizenry and to build up good partnership of the people and the police. That the initiative of the personnel of this office in the conduct of trainings, seminars, visitations, to meet the concerns of the community creates good image of the organization. That through continues effort of this office in the implementation of the rules and acts of the law gives positive result and brings peaceful community to live and do business.

This accomplishment is an indication that justifies the proficient services offered by this office aside from its effort in intensifying strategies in providing the people with better community service.  The diligence and dedication of men in uniform in upholding the calling to serve and protect the public is evident proof that the whole organization is striving to create a positive change in the image of PNP towards the public.