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Accomplishment Report 2014

Stakeholder Support

 

A. Sustain public information and dialogue

 

Public Information and Advocacy

 

The then Regional Director, PCSUPT NOEL ORAIS DELOS REYES PRO ARMM’s advocacy “ANG PULIS NA MAY DANGAL DAPAT BIGYANG PARANGAL. ANG PULIS NA HANGAL AY DAPAT IPATANGGAL” has high impact in instilling discipline to PRO ARMM personnel which is considered a key factor in the PRO’s achievement of tasks.

 

PRO ARMM conducted 44 media engagements; Two (2) seminars on PNP Strategic Focus CODE-P and Beyond towards the realization of the PNP P.A.T.R.O.L Plan 2030; 15 cascading of PNP P.A.T.R.O.L Plan 2030 and one (1) Cascading and Coaching of Alignment of the IP Card with the PGS Individual Scorecard. 

              

Information, Education and Communication (IEC) Materials

 

a.1       Distribution of Informative flyers, handbooks, posters and stickers

       A total of 905 Legal Advisory flyers and 145 Panyerong Pulis Poster were

distributed to the personnel of the RHQ, PPOs, and C/MPS.   

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                a.2.  Police Information and Continuing Education (PICE)

      There were 71 PICE lectures conducted and participated with 3, 192

participants. The purpose of this is to impart knowledge to the PNP personnel the proper way of investigating and handling cases as to the PNP matters is concern.

 

Citizen Empowerment

 

Institutionalization of Barangay Peacekeeping Operation (BPO)

For the period, there were 93 Municipal Police Stations and 1,022 Brgys with

BPATs.

 

Number of CPS/MPS  with BPATs

Number of Brgys with BPATs

Members

Law Enforcement

United Front

Disaster Relief

Case Tracking

Environmental Protection

93

1,295

2,515

0

3,241

0

2,513

 

Anti-Drugs Abuse Council (ADAC)

The PRO organized one (1) CADAC; 92 MADAC and a total of 950 Barangay

Anti-Drugs Abuse Council (BADAC) region wide. 

 

 

 

Community Awareness Activities

      Several seminars and lectures conducted to empower the community and  

support the thrust of the PRO particularly on crime prevention.

 

B. Sustained Partnership and Collaboration

 

1. Partnership and Collaboration with Stakeholders and other Pillars of the Criminal Justice System (CJS)

 

            Community Organization and Mobilization

     There were forty-six (46) Non- Government Organizations (NGOs) that were active in the drive against criminality and other activities. One (1) related training for Barangay Tanods and BIN conducted on September 17, 2014.

 

            Community Dialogues and Pulong-Pulong

      A total of 2, 021 Community dialogues and pulong-pulong were conducted.

 

2.         Participation in Faith-Based Organization

 

Takbong KAMPILAN Para sa Kapayapaan

 The contingent from PRO ARMM joined the Takbong KAMPILAN para sa  

Kapayapaan in relation to the 27th Anniversary of 6th Infantry Division, PA.

 

Bisekletahan at Takbong Anibersaryo 2014

This PRO conducted Bisekletahan at Takbong Anibersaryo 2014 on August 2, 2014 with other PNP personnel and NUPs from RHQ and together with Biker enthusiasts, Barangay Officials of Making and Students of St. Benidect College of Parang.

 

            Bike For Peace

            This PRO participated in the “Regional Bike for Peace”

in relation to “Mindanao Week for Peace”, held in Isulan, Sultan Kudarat. The activity was headed by Bishop JOSE COLIN M. BAGAFORO, DD Among the participants were the Biker’s Organization in Region 12 and ARMM, the LGU’s, PRO ARMM and PRO 12, AFP, NGO’s, Civic, Business and Religious Groups.

           

The Catholic PNP joint the 50th celebration of Patronal Fiesta of Our Lady of Mt.

Carmel Parish in Parang, Maguindanao on July 20, 2014.

 

 

The Muslim personnel of the PRO observed 5 days Ramadan Break during Eid’l Fitr celebration last June 28, 2014. Likewise, sponsored a Qur’an Reading Competition held at COC, Camp BG SK Pendatun. Representatives of the RHQ, PRO ARMM and the five (5) PPOs competed on said activity.

 

The PRO also supported the Muslim PNP by means of slaughtering the cow and goat(QURBAN) as part of the Eid’l Adha cerebration last October 5, 2014. Likewise, 7 personnel went to Mecca, KSA for Hadj.

 

 

Participation in Religious, Health/Physical Fitness, and Environmental

Protection Programs/Campaigns

 

            Sunday Mass

           A regular Sunday mass are being held inside camp attended by Roman Catholic

PNP personnel and its dependents.

 

            Muslim Friday Prayer

           Congregational prayer held every Friday at the Regional Mosque, inside camp

attended by muslim PNP personnel and its attendant.

 

            Open Team Runs

           Open Team runs Competition sponsored and held in the Regional Headquarters

participated by PNP personnel from the regional headquarters and from the five (5) PPOs of the PRO.

 

            Cotabato City Medical Society 5K Fun Run

           Personnel of this PRO participated in the Cotabato City Medical Society 5K Fun Run with the theme “Makitakbo kay Dok Para sa Kalusugan” in relation to the celebration of Medical Week 2014.

 

Installation Rites of Parish Priest of our Lady of Perpetual Help

           PRO ARMM personnel attended the installation rites of Reverend Father Ezalde D.

Panaguiton, DCC as Parish Priest of our Lady of Perpetual Help held at Barangay Sarmiento, Parang, Maguindanao.

 

Patronal Fiesta Mass of St. Martin de Porres

PCSUPT NOEL O. DELOS REYES, RD PRO ARMM and PSSUPT MARCELO O. PINTAC, RCDS attended the Patronal Fiesta Mass of St. Martin de Porres, Patron Saint of this PRO. 

           

Parish Renewal Experience (PREX)

            Christian PRO ARMM personnel participated Church based program of St. Martin de Porres.

 

In line with the Integrated Transformation Program on Weight Loss Management Program and Physical Fitness and Sports Development Program being conducted by HRDD, the PRO conducted physical conditioning exercises every Tuesday and Thursday (Athletic Days).  

 

Shown below are the participation of  the PRO

in the different religious, health/physical fitness and environmental protection-related activities.   

 

          Misa de Gallo/Midnight Mass

            The Command Group, Regional Staff, RPSB, RHSG and RSUs inside Camp Salipada K. Pendatun, were clustered into groups, each group was given a schedule as sponsor in the nine-day Misa de Gallo at St. Martin de Porres Chapel located inside the Camp.      

 

 Accomplishments

Nr. of Religious Activities Participated

Nr. of Health/Physical Fitness Program Participated

Nr. of Environmental Protection Related Activities Participated

279

126

105

 

 

Family, Juvenile and Gender and Development Program

 

Two (2) days Seminars were conducted at the COC Building, PRO ARMM, from September 16-17, 2014 on the Sexual Harassment Awareness for Police Officers attended by PRO ARMM personnel.

 

A one (1) day seminar on Gender and Development was also conducted and held at RCEO ARMM conference this PRO on June 20, 2014.

 

A one (1) day seminar on Gender and Development was also conducted and held at RCEO ARMM conference this PRO on August 15, 2014.

 

           22nd Celebration of National Children’s Month 2014

          RWCPD of this PRO celebrated the 22nd National Children’s Month 2014 to the students of the Upi National High School and Gayonga National High School last October 28-29, 2014 with 190 students who participated that activities.

 

2014 women’s Month Celebration

On March 3, 2014 Police Women from PRO ARMM participated the Women’s Month Celebration held at ORG Compound, Cotabato City.

 

Police First Responders on Gender-Base Violence and other Related Laws on Women and Children Seminar

Selected female personnel from different unit of PRO ARMM attended the above mentioned seminar conducted by WCPD, PRO ARMM held at COC Building on April 25-26, 2014.

 

 

Accomplishments

Gender Sensitivity Training

Women & Children Advocacy Program

Nr of Trngs Conducted

Nr of Participants

Nr of Trngs Conducted

Nr of Participants

7

370

6

183

 

 

5.         Anti-Corruption Initiative.  

 

Upon his assumption, the Regional Director directed that there is no fees for service record, generated PDS and other clearances upon request.

 

Strict implementation on the number of hours rendered by PNP personnel per day.

 

 All 118 C/MPS have displayed their respective Service standards/Flowcharts.

 

Conduct of Regular and Random Inspection and drug testing.

 

Resource Management

 

Attain financial and logistical adequacy consistent with the law

 

Management of Donations from LGUs and Other Agencies

 

Donor/Funding

Donation/Program

Recipient

ARMM TISP

Construction of 10 MPS Building

7 municipalities in Maguindanao; 3 municipalities in Basilan

GAA Fund

Construction of 3 MPS Building

2 municipalities in Maguindanao; 1 municipality in Sulu

PNP Thrust Receipt

Madrasha Building (Arabic School)

Jolo, Sulu

PNP Foundation Inc.

15 units of Computers with complete accessories

Basilan PPO

PNP Thrust Receipt

Repair of the Regional Legal Service Office in PRO ARMM

 

RLS PRO ARMM

PNP Thrust Receipt

Repair of RPSB Admin Building, Camp Salipada K. Pendatun, Parang, Maguindanao

 

PRO ARMM

PNP Thrust Receipt

 

Repair/Repainting of the Regional Mosque

 

Regional Chaplain, PRO ARMM

 

PNP Thrust Receipt

Construction of PRO ARMM Perimeter Fence and Entranceway

 

PRO ARMM

PNP Thrust Receipt

Rehabilitation of Firing Range

PRO ARMM

 

 

Management of Resources

 

Monitoring of the General Dispatched Vehicles (GDVs) through the monthly

Travel Log Book whenever dispatched according to priority basis. In all activity of the dispatched vehicles, inspection and conduct of repair and TIR were being undertaken and recorded to the Motor pool Activity Log. Likewise, for the maintenance of Generator Set, records of operation on its status and oil consumption are being monitored.

 

                             Buildings, particularly the Commissioned Officers County (COC) building is regularly checked. Minor repainting, cleaning of toilet and bowls and minor repair caused by termites were undertaken to maintain its environment-friendly or cleanliness of the surroundings.

 

Optimized utilization of Logistical resources

 

Financial Management Program

 Below are the breakdowns of Personal Claims of PNP personnel and Non-

Uniformed Personnel (NUP) who were paid/settled by this PRO:

 

Maintenance and Other Operating Expenses

A total Php 176,057,000.00 was released for the operational and

administrative requirement of the PRO.

 

Combat duty Pay

 A total amount of Php 26,809,500.00 for Combat Duty Pay was released and distributed to 26,754 uniformed personnel.

 

Replacement Clothing Allowance (RCA) Claim

 A total amount of Php 32,942,000.00 was released for RCA with 2,353 personnel as recipients; Php 11, 986, 000.00 for Productivity Incentive Benefit of PNPs and NUPs. 

 

On Special Financial Assistance, Initial Clothing Allowance, Clothing Allowance of NUP and Salary and Long Pay Differential

 

The amount of Php 455, 000.00 clothing allowance for 91 NUPs, Php 4,789,620.23 was released fund for the prior claims of 224 personnel of this PRO for Salary and Long Pay Dirrentials. 

 

The amount of Php 199, 696. 98 as a Special Financial Assistance (SFA) and Php 413, 084.85 as a Reimbursement Hospital Expenses (RHE) for five (5) policemen.   

 

Personal Services

A total amount of Php 69,421,801.83 for Pay and Allowances of 224 personnel.

 

Collateral Fund

For the period, the PRO received a total amount of Php 69, 421, 801.83 for Collateral Funds, broken down as follows:

 

Replacement of Clothing Allowances - - - - - - - - - - - -  Php 32, 942, 000.00

Combat Duty Pay - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -  Php 26, 809, 500.00

Productivity Incentive Bunos CY 2012 - - - - - - - - - - - - Php 11, 986, 000.00

Initial Clothing Allowance - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Php 1, 050, 00.00

NUP Clothing - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Php 455, 000.00

Special Financial Assistance (1st Qtr 2014) - - - - - - - - -Php 199, 696.98

Reimbursement Hospital Expenses (1st Qtr 2014) - - - - Php 11, 986, 000.00

 

Priors Years Claim

A total amount of Php 4, 789, 620.23 was released to fund prior claims of 224 personnel of this PRO for Salary and Long Pay Differentials.

 

 

 

Trust and TISP Funds

For the period, a total of Php 14, 821, 638.60 Trust Fund was released to PRO ARMM for the repair/renovation of Datu Unsay and Datu Abdullah Sangki MPS (Phase III), Maguindanao PPO, Regional Legal Service Office, RPSB Admin building, Regional Mosque and PRO ARMM Perimeter Fence and Gate Entrance. Oplan Dignity (Hilamos) a total of Php 2, 700,000.00 was released to PRO ARMM for the repair/maintenance of 14 MPS. TISP funded projects have a total amount of Php 111, 304, 800.00 and was released to PRO ARMM for projects construction.

 

Logistic Management Program

 

On mobility, the PRO is a

recipient of one (1) patrol vehicle (KIA). The patrol vehicle is being maintained at the RHQ, PRO ARMM.

 

   Also, 150 sets of UHF Handheld Radio; 40 units of Glocks 17 Gen 4 intended for Proficiency Training purposes; 2,061 units of Glock 4 Gen 4 were issued to RHQ, RPSB and PPOs personnel; Six (6) rappelling rope for PPSC and RPSB; 16 pieces of Tactical belt for PPSC and RPSB; Seven (7) pieces digital Kyocera for R-Staff. 14 pieces of GO PRO Camera distributed to different PPOs. One (1) Sulu; Five (5) RPSB; Two (2) Basilan; Two (2) Lanao del Sur; Two (2) Maguindanao and Two (2) Tawi-Tawi. 15 units desktop computers with complete accessories donated by PNP foundation Inc. for Basilan PPO.

 

Research and Development Program

 

           The PRO continued its development program through the repair/renovation of Regional Legal Service Office, PIO, RCD as well as the PRO ARMM firing range.

 

For the period, two (2) Standard MPS buildings were completely constructed; the Datu Unsay MPS Building. Phase III, Datu Abdullah Sangki MPS Phase III, both in Maguindanao.

 

This PRO have 118 MPS, 15 are completely constructed standard police station while 15 are on-going, 72 are not standard police stations while 16 has no police station.  

PPOs

Standard Police Station

Not Standard Police Station

No-Police Station (Occupying LGU Bldg)

Total of Police Stations

Constructed

On-going

Lanao

6

2

32

 

40

Maguindanao

9

8

12

7

36

Basilan

0

3

6

3

12

Sulu

0

1

12

6

19

Tawi-Tawi

0

1

10

0

11

TOTAL

15

15

72

16

118

             

 

Madrasha Buidling in Sulu PPO is completed. The documents for the construction of Languyan MPS in Tawi-Tawi PPO are subject for evaluation.

 

 

 Attain transparency and accountability in all financial and logistical

Transactions

 

Financial and Logistical Review and Evaluation Program

 

Conduct of Seminar Workshop on Mainstreaming the Preparation of PNP

Annual Operations Plans and Budget for CY 2016 was conducted on October 21-22, 2014 at PRO 11, Camp Quintin M. Merecido, Buhangin, Davao City.

 

The PRO conducted a one-day 1st Quarter Regional Logistics Family Conference CY 2014 at Molina-Muños resort in Parang, Maguindanao. The attendees were Supply PNCOs of RHSG, RPSB, Supply PCOs/PNCOs and PSAOs of Basilan, Sulu, Tawi-Tawi, Lanao and Maguindanao.

 

The Regional Comptrollership Division also conducted a quarterly Family Conference and conference with the Logistics to ensure that finances and logistical resources are properly disseminated or are distributed accordingly.

           

Learning and Growth

 

 

Recruit the most qualified applicants

 

PNP Recruitment Program CY 2014

 

No recruitment for the CY 2014.

 

Appointment of Non-Uniformed Personnel

 

71 Non-Uniformed Personnel (NUP) were appointed to vacant positions.

 

 

Develop competent, motivated and values-oriented PNP core values

 

Programmed Courses/Seminar Conducted

 

a. A total of twenty 43 programmed courses were conducted and attended by 4, 180 PNP personnel of the PRO.

PROGRAMMED COURSES/SEMINARS

TRAINING CONDUCTED

PARTICIPANTS

Criminal Investigation Course (CIC)

3

124

Revised PNP SCOUT Class 14-2014

2

219

Character Aptitude Development Enhancement Training (CADET)

2

119

Human Rights Seminar

2

106

PNP Standard Handgun Familiarization and Precision Training (Phase I-HFPT)

3

227

PNP Standard Handgun Familiarization and Precision Training (Phase II-HFPT)

3

243

Bomb Identification and Detection

1

51

Crisis Response Seminar

1

37

Moral Recovery Program Seminar

3

219

Community Oriented Policing System (COPS)

2

101

Police First Responder Course

2

100

GLOCK 17 Proficiency Training and Prequalification Test

7

1,823

Seminar on Police Personnel on Gender and Development Program, Related, Laws on Protecting Women and Children

1

50

First Responder Involving Gender-Based Violence (GBV) cases and other Related Laws on Protecting Women and Children

1

52

PNP Standard Handgun Classification and Marksmanship Test (HQMT-Phase III)

1

50

Code of Ethics and Code of Professional Conduct

1

51

Basic Life Support Program (BLS)

1

65

Orientation Seminar on Laws for the Advancement of Women (OSLAW)

1

35

PNP Basic Shotgun Combat Training

3

100

Sexual Harassment Awareness for Police Officer (SHAPO)

1

52

WCPD Specialized Courses

1

50

Disaster Preparedness, Rescue and Relief Operation Training

1

50

 

Also, a total of 19 un-programmed courses/seminars were conducted and attended by 925 PNP personnel of the PRO.

 

UN-PROGRAMMED COURSES/SEMINARS

TRAINING CONDUCTED

PARTICIPANTS

Instructor Development Course

3

65

National Awareness Week for the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation

1

231

Human Rights for Desk Officer Course

1

14

Restorative Justice and Children in Conflict with the Law

1

15

Cultural of Peace for Stronger Solidarity Seminar

1

32

Basic Police Operation Course

1

20

Summary Hearing Officer (SHO) Drafters and Evaluators Seminar

1

116

Islamic Leadership and Values Formation

1

49

Basic Qur’an Seminar

1

43

Biological Incidents and Threats Awareness Seminar

1

56

Internally Displaced Persons (IDP)

1

44

The ICITAP Basic Police Operation Course (BPOC)

2

51

Seminar Police First Responders involving Gender-Based violence and other Related Laws Protecting Women and Children

1

37

Scientific Method of Processing Fingerprint for Police Investigators Seminar

1

60

Lecture on Proper Usage of Communication Equipment

1

27

Joint Opening Ceremonies of Police Intelligence Officers Course Class 2014-74 and Police Intelligence Course Class 2014-119

1

65

 

Individual Training Program

For the period, 95 personnel of the PRO graduated from PSJLC; 31 personnel

of the PRO graduated from PSSLC training program at the ARMMTS and 5 Officers Candidate Course (OCC) is ongoing.

 

Unit Training Program

For the In-Service and Job

Enhancement Trainings/Seminars, the PRO conducted 38 programmed and 19 un-programmed trainings/seminars which were participated by 3,668 and 925 PNP uniformed personnel and NUP, respectively. 

 

Specialized Training Program

 

 PI MANUEL A. ROXAS and PI NIKKO V. NATO attended the Scout Ranger

Course at HFSRR, SOCOM, PA, CTSMB on October 9, 2014 and also three (3) personnel of this PRO still undergone Commando Course.

 

Foreign Training Program

 

PCI ADEL B. VERTIDO, PSI PHILAM JAY S. BALAQUI and eight (8) PNCOs of this PRO, attended the Post Blast Investigation Course conducted at  Moyock, North Carolina, USA last May 12-18 and June 2-18, 2014.   

Uphold and Promote the Principles and PNP Core Values

 

Promotion System

 

For the CY 2014, 53 PCOs and 662 PNCOs were promoted via the regular promotion program.

 

Internal Reforms

 

This PRO conducted 627 drug tests for random.

 

Five (5) batches of schooling on Character Aptitude Development Training (CADET) were undertaken by the PRO with 271 PNP personnel of the PRO.  

 

Further Reduction of Uniformed Personnel at Headquarters

Of the actual strength of the PRO which is 6,428, 15.74% or 1,038 personnel   

were assigned at Regional Headquarters (RHQ) and Provincial Headquarters (PHQ) while 84.26% or 5,390 personnel were assigned in the field.

 

Assignment of at least 21 personnel of every MPS

 All C/MPS are manned by at least 21 PNP personnel. OIC and/or COPs of the 118 C/MPS are all PCOs. 

 

Living the PNP Core Values

 

Maka Diyos

 

                        Alay Lakad and Zumba for Peace

Personnel of this PRO participated the Alay Lakad and Zumba for Peace

together with the residence of Polloc, personnel of 37th IB, Philippine Navy and Regional Economic Zone Authority employees with the theme “Regalong Handog Malasakit sa Kapatid” at Barter Trade Center Polloc Port, Parang, Maguindanao.

 

                        Walkathon and Zumba Work-Out

Personnel of PRO conducted  a walkathon and Zumba work-out activity to

the pupils of Saliguidan Memorial Elementary School at Polloc, Parang, Maguindanao.

 

            2014 Eid’l Fitr Celebration

Muslim PRO ARMM personnel attended the early morning congregational

prayer “Sambahayang” at Salaam Police Mosque in connection with the Holy Month of Ramadhan.

 

Islamic symposium

held a COC, Camp BG SK Pendatun and participated by PNP PRO ARMM personnel.

 

            Makabayan

 

                The PRO celebrating the 113TH Police Anniversary on October 24, 2014 with theme “Ang Pulis na may Dangal Dapat Bigyang Parangal. Ang Pulis na Hangal ay Dapat Ipatangal”

 

            Makatao   

 

            Human Right Desks have been established in all MPS of the PRO. A total of 12 various seminars/lectures relative to Human rights were conducted and participated by 348 PNP personnel.

 

Makakalikasan

 

                        The PRO continuously supporting the DENR in protecting and preserving the natural and residual forest against illegal operations. Also, PNP personnel conducted Oplan Baklas after midterm and Brgy Elections 2013.

    

 

Institutionalized adequate package of benefits and remuneration

 

Moral and Welfare Program

 

PNP Housing Program

 The construction of housing projects for PNP personnel of the PRO is

ongoing at Brgy. Sarmiento, Parang, Maguindanao

 

 

 

b. Scholarship Program

 One (1) PNP dependent has availed a scholarship program sponsored by the “KAAGAPAY SA PANGARAP FOUNDATION, INC., and eight (8) PNP dependents availed the Comprehensive Educational Assistance (PCEA).  

 

c.  PNP Health Care Program

30 PNP personnel were able to claim reimbursements of their hospital

expenses.

 

Personnel Enhancement Program

 

Awards and Decorations – A total of 15, 830 appropriate awards were given to deserving PNP and NUP broken down as follows.

 

Type of Awards

PCOs

PNCOs

NUPs

TOTAL

Kagalingan

40

208

0

248

Kasanayan

369

1572

307

2248

Papuri

149

928

381

1458

Ugnayan Pampulisya

335

5657

 

5992

Mabuting Asal

41

469

 

510

Paglilingkod sa Mindanao

368

4948

 

5316

Paglilingkod

6

52

 

58

TOTAL

1,184

12,723

200

15830

 

3. Reward and Punishment System.

 

For the period, there were 224 cases received: 50 cases were dismissed, 26 cases were suspended; Seven (7) cases were demoted; 19 cases were Forfeiture of Pay and eighty (80) cases were dropped from rolls. 

 

Penalty

PCOs

PNCOs

NUPs

TOTAL

Dismissed

1

49

 

50

Demoted

 

7

 

7

Suspended

3

23

 

26

Forfeiture of Pay

7

12

 

19

DFR

3

76

1

80

TOTAL

14

167

1

182

 

4. LOI Salamat Kapatid

 

 

PCO

PNCO

NUP

TOTAL

December 2014

1

0

0

1

TOTAL

1

0

0

1

 

Develop a responsive police organization

 

1. Information and Communication Technology

 

The PRO ARMM WEBSITE (http://www.proarmm.com) was reactivated and administered by PI AURELIO P. ALABADO who maintains the operational and administrative aspects of the website.

 

Twitter Account (PRO ARMM@proarmm). The official twitter of PNP PRO ARMM.

 

 

Facebook Account (www.facebook.com/pro.armm)

Process Excellence

 

Improve community safety awareness through community-oriented and human right-based policing

 

1. Model Police Station

   15 standard police stations are completely constructed while 15 are still on-going.

 

2. Conceptualization of Bangsamoro Hymn as PRO ARMM Hymn

    This is a pride to PRO ARMM personnel. 

 

3.  Multi-Sectoral Cooperation on Human Rights

     A total of 17 various seminars/lectures relative   to Human rights were

conducted and participated by 331 PNP personnel.

 

Trainings/ Seminars/ Forums/Lectures/ Dialogues (Meetings)

Number of Participants  Personnel

Conducted Lecture on Human Rights Seminar to the Basilan PPO PNP/NUP personnel on December 8, 2014 at BPPO Conference Hall, Menzi, Isabela City, Basilan

 

25

Conducted One-Day Human Rights Seminar to the student of Public Safety Field Training Program 2013-01 on December 3, 2014

 

35

Conducted One-Day Lecture on Human Rights to the personnel of RCEO ARMMon November 21, 2014 at RCEO ARMM Camp SK Pendatun , Parang, Maguindanao

 

20

Attended the 3rd Leg Workshop/Trainings on HR & IHL for the PNP personnel by the PNP-HRAO 7 ICRC on November 21-13, 2014 at Seda Abreeza Hotel Bajada, Davao City

 

2

Attended the Lanao Del Sur Human Right Summit on November 12, 2014 at Ayala Resort, Mindanao State University Main Campus Marawi City, Lanao Del Sur, ARMM

 

6

Attended Bangsamoro Human Rights Network (BHRAN) Consultation Meeting on November 15, 2014 at Basilan Human Rights Monitoring Center, 3rd Floor NFK Building, Sunrise, Isabela City, Basilan

 

5

Conducted Four-Day Human Rights Lecture to the CADET Class 05 on September 22-25, 2014 at ARMMTC, Camp SK Pendatun, Parang,Maguindanao

 

64

Attended the 3rd Leg of the RHRDO Training of Trainers on September 24-26, 2014 at PearlMont Hotel, Cagayan De Oro City

 

4

Conducted One-Day Lecture on Human Rights to the personnel of RCEO ARMM on August 29, 2014 at RCEO ARMM Camp SK Pendatun , Parang, Maguindanao

 

16

Conducted One-Day Seminar on Human Rights to the PNP SCOUT Class 41-2014 on August 26, 2014 at COC Building PRO ARMM, Camp SK Pendatun , Parang, Maguindanao

 

56

Coordinated the Regional Human Rights Commission ARMM on August 19, 2014 at RHRC Office, JICA Building, ORG Compound, Gov. Guttierez Avenue, Cotabato City.

 

3

Attended the Consultation Meeting of Regional Human Rights Commission ARMM on the Draft Implementing Rules and Regulation (IRR) of RA 10368 “The Rules and Regulations Implementing the Human Rights Victims Reparation and Recognition Act of 2013”  on April 7, 2014 at IAG Conference Hall, 2/F UMEX Building, Notre Dame University, Cotabato City

 

 

2

Attended the KAPEHAN sa RHRC ARMM on March 28, 2014 at G/F JICA Building,ORG Compound,Cotabato City

1

Conducted One-Day Lecture on Human Rights to the personnel of RCEO ARMM on January 10, 2014 at RCEO ARMM Camp SK Pendatun , Parang, Maguindanao

 

27

Conducted Lecture on Human Rights to the Basilan PPO PNP/NUP personnel on December 8, 2014 at BPPO Conference Hall, Menzi, Isabela City, Basilan

 

25

Attended the 3rd Kapehan Discussion on the Police Action towards Retrieving Cadaver and their Protocol while under their Custody on December  08, 2014 at Conference Hall, New Capitol Complex, Marawi City, Lanao Del Sur

 

5

Conducted One-Day Human Rights Seminar to the student of Public Safety Field Training Program 2013-01 on December 3, 2014 at ARMMTS, Camp Bgen Salipada K. Pendatun, Parang, Maguindanao

 

35

 

Grand Total

 

331

 

 

                        4. Legal Service Program

 

            Likewise, eight hundred ninety-four (894) Legal Advisory Flyers were distributed, one hundred forty-five (145) Panyerong Pulis Posters, sixty-eight (68) Seminars/Lectures were conducted, thirteen (13)  Project Gabay, forty-one (41) Legal Advice, thirty-three (33) Legal Aid Clinic, and one thousand three hundred eighty-four (1,384) Affidavit Administered.

 

 

Improve crime prevention and control

 

1. Results-Oriented Operations

 

a.         Intelligence

 

a.1. Community-Based Information Networks

       There are one hundred forty (140) Barangay Information Network maintained.  

 

a.2. Counter Intelligence (CI) and Security Activities

       On CI watch list, seven hundred sixty-six (766) PNP personnel are included in the CI watch list; two (2) personnel were charged for Extortion; 39 were charged for drugs related activities; while 22 were charged for allegedly holders of fake/dubious credentials or fake identify; Seventy-one (71) persons were included in the Wanted List; and two hundred thirty-two (232) groups were identified as potential PAGs and seventy-three (73) are active PAGs.

 

a.3. Foreign Liaison

       There were 13 VIPs security operations conducted and attended two (2) index liaisoning with the foreign counterparts. Likewise PRO ARMM received distinguished foreign visitors from British Embassy and Japan Embassy for the current year.

 

b.         Investigation

 

b.1. Crime Statistics

       For the period from 01 January to 31 December 2014, a Total Crime Volume (TCV) of 4, 395 was recorded; 2, 625 are Index Crimes and 1, 770 are Non-Index Crimes. Compared to the 2,206 TCV of same period last year, there was an increase of 1,256 (56.93%) incidents with an average monthly crime rate of 9.67  incidents per 100, 000 populations.

 

 

 

Type of Crimes

Period

 

Variance %

2013

2014

Murder

367

491

33.78

Homicide

45

90

100

Physical Injury

526

810

53.99

Rape

18

33

83.33

Crime against Person

956

1424

48.95

 

 

 

 

Robbery

188

228

21.27

Theft

161

283

75.77

Carnapping

100

124

24

Cattle Rustling

36

58

61.11

Crime against Property

485

693

42.88

 

 

 

 

Index Crime Volume

1441

2,117

46.91

Non-Index Crime Volume

765

1,345

75.81

 

 

 

 

Violation of Special Laws

227

484

113.21

Other Non-Index Crime Volume

538

861

60.03

 

b.2. Service of Warrant of Arrest

        A total of 672 Warrant of Arrest was received. Out of these, 352 were served which reflected 52.09 % served rate.  

 

b.3. Neutralization of Wanted Persons. 189 Arrested wanted persons. Out of these 28 were most wanted persons.  

 

b.4. Neutralization of Person under  Warrantless Arrest. A total of 919 persons were arrested.   

 

 

PPOs

Nr of Most Wanted Persons Arrested

Nr of Wanted Persons Arrested

Nr of Arrested Persons under Warrantless Arrest

 

 

 

TOTAL

2013

2014

2013

2014

2013

2014

2013

2014

Lanao del Sur

1

0

33

19

101

183

135

202

Maguindanao

8

5

30

33

150

143

188

179

Basilan

9

1

17

11

16

83

42

94

Sulu

2

1

8

2

42

62

52

65

Tawi-Tawi

0

1

1

7

25

39

26

46

TOTAL

20

8

89

71

334

510

443

590

 

 

            c. Operations

 

            c.1. Anti-Criminality Initiatives.

 

Police Visibility

The PRO intensified its

efforts against street crimes through the Police Integrated Patrol System especially on identified crime prone areas. Relatedly, a total of 13, 615, 775.00 man hours was spent in patrolling.

 

 

b. On Law Enforcement

 

Campaign against illegal drugs

    A total of Php 5,210,116.8685 worth of illegal drugs and paraphernalia were confiscated to include marijuana leaves/plants. Likewise, 204 persons were arrested and 131 cases were filed in court.

 

Campaign against Carnapping

Anti-carnapping efforts resulted to the recovery of eight (8) vehicles and 16 motorcycles on various operations conducted. Fourteen (16) persons were arrested.

 

 

Campaign against Bank Robbery

    No incident recorded for the period.

 

Campaign against Hijacking/Highway Robbery

    No monitored hijacking and highway robbery incident in AOR.

 

Campaign against Illegal Gambling

    A total of 18 anti-gambling operations were conducted that resulted in

the confiscation of 95 slot machines and Php 6,020.00 bet money and 29 persons were arrested.

 

Campaign against illegal Logging

    Seven (7) operations conducted that resulted in the confiscation of

19,362.5 Board Feet of lumbers. an estimated market value of Php145,218.75.  

 

Campaign against illegal Fishing operations

    One (1) Operations conducted that resulted to the arrested of seven

(7) persons.

 

8. Campaign against Prostitution/Vagrancy and Child/Abuse Pedophilia

      No incident reported for the period.

 

Campaign against Smuggling/Piracy

 Four (4) operations conducted against smuggling resulted in the

confiscation of 4,040 liters of imported/undocumented diesel worth of an estimated market value Php193,920.00. The confiscated items were turned-over to the Bureau of Customs for proper disposition.

 

Campaign against Cattle Rustling

Fourteen (14) Operations resulted in the arrest of five (5) cattle

rustlers and the recovery of 16 animals and two (2) cases filed in court. 

 

11. Campaign against Syndicated Crime Groups/Criminal Gangs

                                      There were six (6) PAGs members were arrested and 16 CGs/OGs were also arrested.        

 

Campaign against Human Trafficking

A total of 100 victims of human trafficking were rescued in the

province of Lanao del Sur and Tawi-Tawi that resulted to the arrest of two (2) persons and one (1) case filed in court. Victims were turned-over to the DSWD for proper disposition.

 

Campaign against Loose Firearms (Kontra Boga)

 A total of 257 assorted high powered and low powered firearms

were confiscated and that resulted to the arrest of 206 persons and four (4) cases were filed in court.

 

14. Community Safety and Protection Program

       Personnel of this PRO participated in the Cotabato City Medical Society 5K Fun Run with the theme “Makitakbo kay Dok Para sa Kalusugan” in relation to the celebration of Medical Week 2014. Also this PRO conducted simultaneous taping of firearms’ muzzles on December 19, 2014 in relation to the celebration of Christmas Day and New Year.

 

15. Community Oriented Policing System (COPS)

      There were 384 COPS established/maintained.

 

16. Civil Disturbance Management Operations

      The PRO conducted civil dispersal operations at Tawi-Tawi during the International Business Conference on June 27, 2014. Likewise, during the visit of HE President SIMEON BENIGNO AGUINO III at Cotabato City.

 

17. Search and Rescue Operations

       Forty-five (3) search and rescue operations were conducted recording 16,560 man-hours spent for the purpose. 

 

18. Disaster and Relief Operations

      Initiated 4 Disaster and Relief Operations with 5,606 man-hours spent.

 

19. VIP Security Operations

      Security coverage to the CPNP during his visit to Sulu in relation to the Kidnapping Incidents between two (2) foreign nationals.

 

20. Traffic Management

      A total of 589, 228 man-hours were spent on traffic management.

 

21.  Airports and Seaports Security Operations

       Recorded a total of 1, 020 security operations on airports and seaports spending 155, 356 man-hours.

 

22. Disaster Preparedness and Management

      There were 91 activities conducted in coordination with the AFP counterparts and different stakeholders.

 

 

 

  

 

 

THE COMMUNITY

Safer place to live, work and do business

 

Police-Community Partnership

 

a. Community Assistance and Development Programs. Repaired/Renovation of Regional Health Service Building for the convenience of PNP personnel of the PRO and its dependents. This PRO in partnership with LGUs, private institution and other socio-civic organization initiated the conduct of the following:  

 

 

 

Community Assistance and Development Programs

MEDOP

Relief Operations

Feeding Program

Blood Letting

Support to Community Projects

Livelihood and Skills Development Projects

Conducted

Supported

Conducted

Supported

Conducted

Supported

Conducted

Supported

Conducted

Supported

Conducted

Supported

16

20

9

15

19

0

0

4

4

6

0

3

 

 

b. Disaster Preparedness and Management.  

 

PPOs

Disaster Preparedness and Management

Lanao del Sur

Coordination with LGUs

Training/Seminar on Disaster Preparedness

Clean-Drive (de-clogging of esteros/waterways

Information drive

Inter-unit Disaster response drill Competition

Simulation Drills and Exercise

Lanao del Sur

6

1

14

18

6

2

Maguindanao

7

3

24

20

7

3

Basilan

 

 

14

11

 

2

Sulu

 

3

3

1

 

2

Tawi-Tawi

1

7

6

6

1

3

TOTAL

14

14

61

56

14

14

 

 

Effectively Enforce Laws

 

Accomplishment under CODE-P Special Concern.

 

Launching of Bangsamoro Conflict Monitoring System

           PRO ARMM headed by PCSUPT NOEL O. DELOS REYES attended the

launching of the Bangsamoro Conflict Monitoring System (BCMS) on August 12, 2014 at the One Global Place, 5th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City.

           

                        Regional Law Enforcement Coordinating Committee (RLECC)

            This PRO conducted monthly Regional Law Enforcement Coordinating

Committee in the different areas in Mindanao and it is headed by PCSUP NOEL O. DELOS REYES.

 

OTHER SIGNIFICANT ACCOMPLISHMENTS and OTHER CONCERN

 

 

Medical Mission from January to November 2014

 

 

For the period there are four thousand eight hundred twenty two (4,822) medical consultation, treatment and evacuation while the Dental Dispensary performed three thousand twenty four (3,024) dental consultation and treatment with a total of seven thousand eight hundred forty six (7,846) medical and dental cases that benefited PRO ARMM personnel, dependents and authorized civilians.

 

                                            

2014 BEST PRACTICES

 

The following were instrumental in the accomplishment of the PRO ARMM tasks, to wit:

 

Deployment of the Highly Mobile Checkpoint Platoons;

Activation of the Provisional Protection Group;

Instilling discipline among Uniformed and Non-Uniformed Personnel;

Conduct of three (3) CADET classes;

Engaging other stakeholders to include NGOs;

Decentralization of Filling-up of NUP Vacancies of the PRO;

Quality Over Quantity of PO1 Recruits;

Explosive Ordinance Reconnaissance Agent Training (EORAT);

Daily Information Report;

Constant Command Visit;

All Women Company;

Efficient Resource Management;

Involvement in Faith-Based Activities;

PRO ARMM Empowerment;

Institutionalization of Cashbook for Finance Officer;

Institutionalization of Fidelity Bond;

Policy on the Relieve of Finance Officer;

Regular Conduct of Family Conference;

Settlement of Unpaid Expenditures Accounts;

Morale and Welfare of RHQ Personnel (Cash Gift);

Solar Power Supply;

Equipage of Highly Mobile Checkpoint Team (HMCT);

PRO ARMM “Fingerprint Solution” Project;

Oplan Pagari (Magkaibigan);

Oplan Pagothangen so Droga (Tumba Droga);

Conflict Management Training and Conflict Mapping Workshop;

Field Visit and Inspection;

Deployment of Administrative Personnel;

Infrastructure, facilities and Donor Effective Management;

Lashun Natuh in Lupah Sug (Love and Care for Sulu);

Family Conflict (RIDO) Mediation Program;

Human Rights Advocacy Program;

Anti-Illegal Drug Program;

Implementation of Special Laws;

Anti-Human Trafficking Program;

Community Safety Awareness Program;

Activation of Highly Mobile Checkpoint; and

Review Classes for NAPOLCOM Exams.

 

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