PNP PRO ARMM Official Website - Accomplishment Report 2015

Accomplishment Report 2015

Republic of the Philippines

NATIONAL POLICE COMMISSION

PHILIPPINE NATIONAL POLICE

POLICE REGIONAL OFFICE ARMM

Camp Brigadier General Salipada K Pendatun

Parang, Maguindanao

 

Annual Accomplishment Report 2015- PRO ARMM

Stakeholder Support

A. Sustain public information and dialogue

 

  1. Public Information and Advocacy

 

The Regional Director of PRO ARMM is still continuing and maintaining the core values of the PNP to the personnel of the Regional Head Quarters down to lower units. This brings the high-quality, effective and efficient service to all community of this PRO.

 

PRO ARMM conducted 44 Television (Interview/appearance) and 133 Radio (Interview/appearance) engagements; five (5) cascading on Compliance Evaluation Process on PGS; one (1) audit seminar on Compliance Evaluation Process on PGS; six (6) Examination conducted to all PPOs on Advance E-Learning; one (1) meeting on PRO ARMM RACPTD and TWG, Strategy Review and Oath-Taking Ceremony; and RD’s presentation on Unit Re-Valida on Compliance Evaluation Process.

              

a.    Information, Education and Communication (IEC) Materials

 

a.1 Distribution of Informative flyers, handbooks, posters and stickers.  A total of 515 Crime Prevention Tips and Public Safety Tips; 829 Drug Prevention and Control Awareness Tips; 310 Gender and Development Related Materials; 1,022 Unit Magazine/Newsletter; and 1,283 Press Releases and Featured Stories. 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 1,278 PICE lectures conducted and participated with 19,433 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.

 

      a.3 Symposium on PNP P.A.T.R.O.L PLAN 2030 and Conduct of Community Engagement Survey.  On July 28, 2015, Personnel of this PRO from RPSB headed by Operation Officer and PCR Officer conducted public information and dialogues to the students as well as the faculty and staff of Illana Bay Integrated Computer College, Inc.  The symposium was conducted in relation to the PNP P.A.T.R.O.L PLAN 2030 and aimed to seek the involvement of citizenry in the attainment of the transformation path.

 

      a.4 Symposium on PNP P.A.T.R.O.L PLAN 2030. On November 25, 2015 personnel of this PRO from Public Safety Company headed by the Commanding Officer conducted Symposium to students at SAL Foundation College in relation to PNP Patrol Plan 2030. The activity aimed to promote their knowledge regarding PNP P.A.T.R.O.L. Plan 2030 and seek to open partnership in the community with a positive perspective to the PNP.

 

a.4 Advocacy on Bangsamoro Basic Law. On January 20, 2015, fifteen (15) personnel of this PRO from 1st Maneuver Company attended the Advocacy on Bangsamoro Basic Law held at Randasan Social Hall, Market Site, Brgy. Sarmiento, Parang, Maguindanao. The said activity was initiated by Randasan Muslim Community Leaders, it fosters good relationship with the Muslim Community Leaders and other stakeholders.

 

  1. Citizen Empowerment

 

a.    Institutionalization of Barangay Peacekeeping Operation (BPO). For the

period, there were 111 Municipal Police Stations and 1,361 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

111

1,361

5,523

0

4,101

0

1,446

 

 

 

 

 

 

b.    Anti-Drugs Abuse Council (ADAC).  The PRO has a total of 44 numbers of Municipalities with MADAC and a total 392 numbers of MADAC members organized and a total of 465 numbers of Barangays with BADAC and 3,827 total numbers of organized Anti-Drugs Abuse Council (BADAC). 

 

c.    Community Awareness Activities. Several seminars and lectures conducted to empower the community and support the thrust of the PRO particularly on crime prevention.

 

 

B. Sustain partnership and collaboration

 

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

 

      Community Organization and Mobilization. There were 214 Non- Government Organizations (NGOs) that were active in the drive against criminality and other activities. 1, 596 total number of BPATs with training and 1,747 Barangay Information Network for the period.

 

      Community Dialogues and Pulong-Pulong. Community dialogues and pulong-pulong totaled 2,492.

 

2.   Participation in Faith-Based Organization

 

Walk for Peace. This PRO participated the Celebration of 20th Police Community Relation Month with the a theme “Matibay na ugnayan ng Mamamayan at Pulisya, Simbolong Kapayapaan at Kaunlaran ng Sambayanan.”

 

            PNP Ethics Day. This PRO celebrate 21th PNP Ethics Day with the theme of “PNP, Leading the Right Path Towards Credible and Noble Service”   participated in the “Regional Bike for Peace” with Rev. Fr. Charlie P. Siloterio, DCC, Parish Priest of Mt. Carmel, Parang, Maguindanao as guest of honor and speaker.

 

Foundation Anniversary. This PRO celebrate 24th PNP Founding Day with Fr. Eliseo R. Mercado, Jr. OMI, Spiritual Director of OMI pre Novitiate Graces as the guest of honor and speaker of this PRO.

 

            117th Philippine Independence Day. This PRO celebrate 117th Anniversary of the Proclamation of Philippine Independence with the theme “Kalayaan sa Pagbabago nasimulan, abot-kamay nang Bayan” was held at this PRO.

 

            114th Police Service Anniversary. This PRO celebrate 114th Police Service Anniversary with the theme “Pambansang Pulisya: Patuloy sa Makabuluhang Paglilingkod at Makatarungang Pagpapatupad ng Batas” held at this PRO.

 

JPSCC Meeting. On April 18, 2015 OIC, Personnel of this PRO from RPSB attended the JPSCC meeting held at 601st Brigade Headquarters based in Barangay Kalangalan, Tacurong City.  The said meeting was structured for the enhancement on the conduct of operations and coordination between PNP/AFP and other friendly forces.

 

Municipal Peace and Order Council Meeting. On May 12, 2015 at about 9:00-11:30AM, PCI LINO D CAPELLAN, Company Commander, Charlie Maneuver Company, RPSB attended the Peace and Order Council Meeting held at City Hall, Marawi City. In attendance were: PSSUPT AGUSTIN J TELLO, Provincial Director, LDS PPO; COL. SAMARITA, Deputy Brigade Commander, 103rd Bde, CO SAF, LGU Officials, Line Agency Heads and other sectors in  the community. Topics discussed are about the implementation of “NO TINT POLICY” within Marawi City and Province of Lanao Del Sur. 

 

The Catholic PNP joint the 51th celebration of Patronal Fiesta of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Parish in Parang, Maguindanao on July 19, 2015

 

            Holy Week. This PRO celebrate Blessing of every office in the observance of the Lenten Season with Rev. Fr. Gilbert C. Ilagan, Deputy Regional Chaplain, PRO ARMM.

 

OI 17-10 “SUGO” Church Based Project/Activity. In relation to ITP as part of Spiritual Upliftment and Growth of the Organization, personnel from this unit attended the holy mass at Mt. Carmel Parish officiated by the parish priest.

           

  Islamic Leadership and Development Seminar. On October 21-22, 2015, forty one (41) personnel of this PRO attended the said activity held at PRO ARMM Mosque conducted by Regional Chaplain Service (RCS).

 

  Basic Qur’an Reading Seminar. Forty one (41) personnel of this PRO from RPSB personnel attended the Basic Qur’an Reading Seminar on October 23-24, 2015 held at PRO ARMM Mosque.

 

   2015 Eid’l Fitr Celebration. Muslim Personnel of this unit together with their dependents attended the morning congregational prayer “Sambahayang” at Salaam Police Mosque inside this PRO in celebration of Eid’l Fitr which signifies the end of the Holy Month of Ramadhan.

 

  1. 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.

 

            Blue Mass. Being held at this PRO every Wednesday at RHQ Building and attended by Roman Catholic PNP personnel.

 

            Muslim Friday Prayer. Congregational prayer held every Friday at the Regional Mosque, inside camp attended by muslim PNP personnel and its attendant.

 

Evangelical Mission. On July 21, 2015 Catholic personnel from this unit participated in the Evangelical Mission of Iglesia ni Cristo held at COC Building, PRO ARMM.

 

Bike for Peace. On November 21, 2015, two (2) RPSB personnel participated in the Bike for Peace held in Bongo Island, Parang, Maguindanao.

 

            Sympathy Run. This PRO joined “Sympathy Run” in honor of the heroic acts of the PNP SAF44 at Parang, Maguindanao.

 

Clean-Up Drive. For the period covered a total of 9 Clean-Up Drive participated by the personnel from this unit.

Fun Run. On October 18, 2015 forty five (45) RPSB personnel of this PRO composed of five (5) PCOs and forty (45) participated during the Fun Run Activity with the theme: “Takbo Para sa Bilanggo” in relation to the Celebration of National Correctional Consciousness Week (NACOCOW) held at Cotabato City ground.

 

Yapakapayapaan. On February 6, 2015 thirty (30) personnel of this PRO from RPSB participated in the YAPAKapayapaan/Barefoot Walk for Peace held at ORG Compound, Cotabato City.

 

In line with the Integrated Transformation Program this PRO continued conducting Physical Fitness Test to all personnel from RHQ down to lower units and other Sports Development Program. This activity is conducted by HRDD personnel. 

 

Shown below are the participation of the PRO in the different religious, health/physical fitness and environmental protection-related activities.  

 

 Accomplishments

Nr. of Religious Activities Participated

Nr. of Health/Physical Fitness Program Participated

Nr. of Environmental Protection Related Activities Participated

609

1318

259

 

 

  1. Family, Juvenile and Gender and Development Program.

 

Personnel of this PRO attended seminar on Forum  on Magna Carta for Women and Role of Women in Nation Building, Peace and Development with theme: “Juana, Desisyon Mo ay Mahalaga sa Kinabukasan ng Bawat Isa, Ikaw na!” with Atty. Adjuri Kusain Kansi, Chairperson RHRC ARMM and Development Committee as guest honor and speaker held at COC building, Camp Salipada K. Pendatun, Parang, Maguindanao.

 

 A one (1) Day Seminar on Gender and Development was also conducted and held at RCEO ARMM conference this PRO on September 21, 2015.

 

 2015 Womens Month Celebration. On March 09, 2015 Police Women from PRO ARMM participated the Women’s Month Celebration held at ORG Compound, Cotabato City.

 

Municipal Council for Protection of Children (MCPC). On January 21, 2015 personnel of this PRO form of Public Safety Company attended the Municipal Council for the Protection of Children Meeting held at Sangguniang Bayan, Session Hall, Municipality of Parang.

 

Orientation Seminar on Laws for the Advancement for Women (OSLAW). On February 13 and 16, 2015 twelve (12) personnel of this PRO from RPSB attended the two (2) days seminar conducted by RWCPD held at RWCPD Building, Camp BGen Salipada K Pendatun, Parang, Maguindanao.

 

Gender Awareness Development Program.  On March 10-11, 2015 personnel of this PRO from Alpha Maneuver Company (AMC) participated the said activity aims to empower women on food processing in Muslim delicacies at Polloc Freeport Admin Building, Brgy. Polloc, Parang, Maguindanao.

 

2015 Women’s Month Celebration. Policewomen from this PRO from Battalion Headquarters and maneuver companies attended the Women’s Month Celebration held at ORG Compound Cotabato City.  Moreover, in relation to the celebration eight (8) female personnel from this unit attended the Women Livelihood/Trade Fair and Woman Forum/Agenda Building held at Municipal Plaza, Parang, Maguindanao

 

Forum on Magna Carta of Women and Role of Women in Nation Building, Peace and Development. On April 1, 2015 ten (10) personnel of this PRO attended the forum conducted by RPCRD held at COC Building, PRO ARMM.

 

19th Awareness Week for the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation. Personnel of this PRO conducted Lectures and Information Dissemination on Protection of Children Against Sexual Abuse and Exploitation within our AOR.

 

The 18-day Campaign to End Violence Against Women and Cum Launching of the Implementing Rules and Regulations of ARMM Gad Code. On November 25, 2015, thirty three (33) RPSB policewomen headed by Chief, Regional Women and Children Protection Desk (RWCPD) PRO ARMM participated in the  Kick-Off  Ceremony  for the 18-Day Campaign To End Violence Against Women and Cum Launching of the Implementing Rules and Regulations of ARMM GAD Code held at ORG Quadrangle, ARMM Complex, Cotabato City which highlighted with a parade followed by Kick-Off Ceremony for the 18-Day Campaign To End VAW and Cum Launching of the IRR of ARMM GAD Code.

 

Accomplishments

Gender Sensitivity Training

Women & Children Advocacy Program

Nr of Trngs Conducted

Nr of Participants

Nr of Trngs Conducted

Nr of Participants

8

402

4

361

 

 

5.   Anti-Corruption Initiative.  

 

 

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

 

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

 

Ø    Conduct of Regular and Random Inspection and drug testing.

 

A.           Attain financial and logistical adequacy consistent with the law

 

1.    Management of Donations from LGUs and Other Agencies

 

Donor/Funding

Donation/Program

Recipient

PNPTR

Construction of PRO ARMM Perimeter Fence

PRO ARMM

 

2.    Management of Resources

 

Personnel of this PRO headed by PSINSP DAVID B. MADAMBA, Chief, RIMD re-oriented dipole antenna of HF-CODAN base radio installed at Regional Operation Center, PRO ARMM to cover NHQ, PNP.

 

                 Personnel of this PRO headed by PSINSP DAVID B. MADAMBA, install the Electronic Private Automatic Branch Exchanges (EPABX) telephone at RHQ Building 2nd Floor, PRO ARMM.                 

 

     Personnel of this PRO conduct installation and repair of Siren at RHQ Building.

 

                Construction of the perimeter fence of PRO ARMM located at Purok Hill Top to Purok Zone Beach area, Camp Salipada K, Pendatun, Parang, Maguindanao

 

 

B. Optimized utilization of Logistical resources

 

1.    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:

 

a.    Maintenance and Other Operating Expenses. A total Php 178,040,000.00 was released for the operational and administrative requirement of the PRO.

 

b.    Combat duty Pay. A total amount of Php 21,013,380.00 for Combat Duty Pay was released and distributed to 20,832 uniformed personnel.

 

c.    Replacement Clothing Allowance (RCA) Claim. A total amount of Php 15,442,000.00 was released for RCA with 1,103 personnel as recipients; Php 112,270,500.00 for Productivity Incentive Benefit of PNPs and NUPs. 

 

d.    Trust and TISP Funds. For the period, a total of Php 12,570,000.00 Trust Fund was released to PRO ARMM for the Construction of PRO ARMM Perimeter Fence. This PRO also has no TISP Funded Projects for CY 2015.

 

e.    Collateral Funds. This PRO received a total of Php 52,656,428.68 for Collateral Funds, broken down as follows:

 

e.1 Replacement of Clothing Allowance  - - - - - - - Php 29,218,000.00

e.2 Initial Clothing Allowance NUP - - - - - - - - - - -Php 465,000.00

e.3 Combat Duty Pay - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Php 27,794,280.00

e.4 Reimbursement Hospital Expenses - - - - - - - Php 175,548.68

e.5 Productivity Incentive Bonus - - - - - - - -- - - - Php  112,090,500.00

            CY 2014 PCOs and PNCOs                                             

e.6 Productivity Incentive Bonus - - - - - - - - - - - - Php 180,000.00

            CY 2014 Non-Uniformed Personnel (NUP)      

e.7 ICA CY 2015 PNP Recruits - - - - - - - - - - - - -Php 3,290,000.00

                                                            TOTAL - - -- - -Php 173,213,328.68

 

f.     Priors Years Claim. For the period a total of amount of Php 1,887,397.87 was released fund for the prior claims of 50 personnel of this PRO for Salary and Long Pay Differentials.

 

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

 

Ø   The amount of Php 180,000.00 clothing allowance for 90 NUPs, Php 1,887,397.87 was released fund for the prior claims of 50 personnel of this PRO for Salary and Long Pay Dirrentials. 

 

Ø   For the period Php 175,548.68 as a Reimbursement Hospital Expenses (RHE) for two (2) policemen.   

 

2.    Logistic Management Program.

 

     On mobility, the PRO is a recipient of seven (7) unit troop carrier (KIA); nine-teen (19) units motorcycles (Rouser) and eleven (11) sets of Desktop Computers (Dual Core). The troop carriers, motorcycles and Desktop Computers were distributed as follows:

 

Unit/PPOs

Distribution

Troop

Carrier

Motorcycle

Desktop Computer

Lanao del Sur

3

7

-

Maguindanao

1

5

-

Basilan

1

4

11

Sulu

1

2

-

Tawi-Tawi

1

-

-

Liaison Crame

-

1

-

Total

7

19

11

    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This PRO is a recipient of one (1) unit Makita Lawn Mower and one (1) unit Honda 4 stroke engine Grass Cutter from Mr. Elvin A Ventajar, PSMBFI ARMM Branch Manager on November 03, 2015.

 

This PRO is a recipient of sets of ten (10) Desktop Computers from PSSLAI dated September 7, 2015 and it was distributed as follows:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Unit/Offices

Distribution

RPHRDD

1

ROPD (ROC)

2

RID

3

RPCRD

1

NUPAS

1

RLRDD

1

Liaison Crame

1

 

On the distribution of Glock 17 for the period, in Maguindanao 32; Lanao del Sur 82; RPSB 88; RHQ/RHSG 34; Basilan 35; and Sulu is 51.

 

3.    Research and Development Program.  

 

           The PRO continued its development program through the construction of Perimeter Fence located at Purok Hill Top to Purok Zone Beach area and the maintenance of the Illana Golf Country Club.

 

            Tawi-Tawi PPO is a recipient of one (1) troop carrier and four-teen (14) tricycles from Tawi-Tawi Congresswoman Ruby M. Sahali and Governor Nurbert M. Sahali on May 3, 2015.          

 

 LGU of Omar, Sulu donated a lot intended for the construction of a standard type MPS building.

 

   PSSLAI Branch Manager, donated/turned-over ten (10) units personal computers and two (2) units of chainsaw to the PRO

 

                  This PRO have 118 MPS, 13 are completely constructed standard police station while 13 are on-going, 67 are not standard police stations while 25 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

8

1

27

4

40

Maguindanao

4

7

11

14

36

Basilan

1

3

5

3

12

Sulu

0

1

14

4

19

Tawi-Tawi

0

1

10

0

11

TOTAL

13

13

67

25

118

             

 

 

C.          Attain transparency and accountability in all financial and logistical

Transactions

 

1.    Improvement of the Procurement System

 

PCSUPT RONALD R. ESTILLES, Regional Director, PRO ARMM and PCSUPT NOEL P. ARMILLA, Deputy Regional Director for Administration, distributed bandoliers to RPSB personnel from ISO fund procurements.

 

2.    Financial and Logistical Review and Evaluation Program

 

      PSUPT ROEL L. LAMI-ING, Deputy Chief, Regional Intelligence Division, PRO ARMM attended seminar on Specialized Planning Course on November 2-13, 2015 at PNCOAI Club Hall, Second Floor, CESPO Building, Camp Crame, Quezon City.

 

 

 

 

  1. Recruit the most qualified applicants

 

1.    PNP Recruitment Program CY 2015.

 

There are 236 Qualified PNP Applicant for PSF quota for the period.

 

2.    Appointment of Non-Uniformed Personnel.

 

The PRO totaled 320 Non-Uniformed Personnel were appointed in vacant position for the period.

 

  1. Develop competent, motivated and values-oriented PNP core values

 

1.    Programmed Courses/Seminar Conducted

 

A total of twenty 58 programmed courses were conducted and attended by 3,187 PNP personnel of the PRO.

 

PROGRAMMED COURSES/SEMINARS

TRAINING CONDUCTED

PARTICIPANTS

Closing Ceremony of Criminal Investigation Course (CIC) Class No. 365-2015

1

52

Closing Ceremony of Crime Scene First Responders Course

1

58

Conduct of Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS)

1

58

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

3

268

Proficiency Training on the use of GLOCK 17 Pistol and Pre-Qualification Test

5

271

Basic Qur’an Seminar

1

44

Islamic Leadership and Values Formation Seminar

1

44

Moral Recovery and Values Formation Seminar

1

54

Seminar on Sexual Harassment Awareness for Police Officer (SHAPO)

4

182

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

4

192

Basic Computer Literacy

3

122

PNP Modified SCOUT CL 50-2015RARMM

1

46

Human Rights Seminar

3

164

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

1

86

PNP Standard Handgun Familiarization and Proficiency Training (HFPT-Phase III)

1

55

Basic Life Support

1

50

PNP Basic Combat Shotgun Training

3

144

Disaster Preparedness, Search, Rescue and Relief Operation Course

2

100

PNP Standard Marksmanship Training for M16 Rifle

2

102

Police First Responders Course

2

105

Closing Ceremony of PNP SCOUT CL 08-2015 ARMM

1

67

One Day Values and Leadership Course

2

100

Scientific Method of Processing Fingerprints for Police Investigators

1

63

Crime Scene First Responders Course

1

59

Seminar on Bomb Identification and Detection

1

55

One Day Moral Recovery and Values Formation Seminar

1

95

Closing Ceremony of Community Oriented Policing System (COPS)

1

54

Explosive Ordinance Reconnaissance Agent Training (EORAT)

1

51

PNP Standard Handgun Qualification and Marksmanship Test (HQMT-Phase II)

1

76

Closing Ceremony of Crises Response Seminar

1

66

Closing Ceremony of Specialized Courses for WCPD Officers

1

61

PNP Standard Handgun Marksmanship Test (HCMT-Phase III)

1

57

PNP Basic M16 Rifle Training

1

40

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

1

38

Closing Ceremony of Criminal Investigation Course (CIC) Class No. 387-2015

1

40

PNP Standard Handgun Classification and Marksmanship Test (HCMT-Phase II)

1

62

TOTAL

58

2,801

 

Also, a total of 20 un-programmed courses/seminars were conducted and attended by 1,386 PNP personnel of the PRO.

 

UN-PROGRAMMED COURSES/SEMINARS

TRAINING CONDUCTED

PARTICIPANTS

Tactical Commanders Course (TCC) CL 01-2015 ARMM

1

75

ISO Refresher Course 2015

1

45

Air-to-Ground Operation Seminar (AGOS)

1

69

Lecture on Basic Radio Communication

2

107

Qualification Exam for Personnel without Issued Firearms

1

31

Marksmanship Training of RPSB

1

97

Enemy Mapping System Seminar

1

18

Capability Enhancement of RPSB

1

80

One Day Refresher Course on Basic Radio Operations

1

35

Basic Computer Essentials Certification

1

387

One Day Motorcycle Rider’s Seminar

1

22

Enhancement Training on Mediation for PNP Officer in Sulu

1

33

Joint Opening Ceremonies of Police Intelligence Officers Course (PIOC) CL 2014-75 and Police Intelligence Course (PIC) CL 2014-119

1

65

One Day Training Orientation on Cooperatives

1

100

Barangay Intelligence Network (BIN)

1

47

Familiarization Lecture on Class “B” Light Weapons (90 RR, M60 & 81mm)

1

24

Two day re-orientation seminar for investigators and crime registrars

1

38

Closing Ceremony of ISO Refresher Course 2015

1

45

One day lecture on basic communication

1

68

TOTAL

20

1,386

 

2.    Individual Training Program. For the period, five (5) personnel of the PRO graduated from PSOSEC; 28 personnel graduated from PSOAC; five (5) personnel graduated from PSOBC; 30 personnel graduated from PSOCC; and 14 personnel graduated from PSJLC.

 

3.    Unit Training Program

 

                  For the In-Service and Job Enhancement Trainings/Seminars, the PRO conducted 50 programmed and 16 un-programmed trainings/seminars which were participated by total number of 4,012 PNP uniformed personnel and 54 Non-Uniformed Personnel (NUP), respectively. 

 

4.    Specialized Training Program

 

PSSUPT ELIZALDE C. QUIBOYEN; PSSUPT AGUSTIN J. TELLO and PSSUP EDGARDO A. GONOCRUZ, attended Provincial Directors/Directors Qualification Course on March 16, 2015 to March 27, 2015 at PNPTS, Camp Crame, Quezon City. Also PSSUPT JULIUS M. COYME attended the same course on July 6, 2015 to July 24, 2015 of the same address.

 

PSUPT MALDAM D. MUKARAM and twelve (12) others attended Instructor’s Development Course (IDC) on May 18, 2015 to May 29, 2015 at University of Southern Philippines.

 

PSSUPT SIEGFREDO E. RAMOS, JR.; PSSUPT JOHN RODERICK A. MORALES and PSSUPT MATTHEW P. BACCAY, attended Police Directors/City Directors on November 2015 at PRO 11, Davao City

 

PCI BENJAMIN H. USMAN and six (6) others attended Tactical Commanders Course on June 22, 2015 to July 10, 2015 at Camp Crame, Quezon City

 

PCI CIELO L. CALIGTAN and PINSP PABLO C. BOLOY, attended the Scout Ranger Course at Phil Army, Camp Tecson, San Miguel Bulacan, on March 26, 2015.

 

PINSP BRENT SALAZAR, also attended of the same course on September 10, 2015 and also twenty-one (21) personnel of this PRO still had already finished their Commando Course, out of twenty-one (21), there were four-ten (14) PCOs and seven (7) PNCOs participants for the Commando Course.

 

PSUPT ROEL L. LAMI-ING; PCI BENJIEL KIRBY L. BAJO and PCI APRIL LOU M. PALMA, attended Hostage Negotiation Course at PRO 12, Camp Tambler, General Santos City.

 

PCI NAPOLEON A. LANGO, attended TOT Environmental Crime Investigation Course (ECIC) on August 2015 at Cramp Crame, Quezon City

 

PCI LOUIE B. PERRERAS and six (6) others attended First Response to Terrorist Incident (FRTI) on April 27, 2015 to May 1, 2015 at General Santos City.

 

PSI AL-RIEZA S. KINANG, attended Logistic Management Course on March 18, 2015 at Camp Crame, Quezon City.

 

PCI BENJIEL KIRBY L. BAJO and four (4) others attended Major Case Management Course on March 16, 2015 to March 24, 2015 at PRO 12, General Santos City.

 

PCI LOUIE B. PERRERAS and three (3) others attended Investigating Terrorist Incident Course on February 2, 2015 to February 13, 2015 at General Santos City.

 

PSINSP JACKYLL I. BILIBLI and two others attended Pistol Instructor Certification on January 5, 2015 to January 16, 2015 at Firing Range, Camp Quintin Merecido, Buhangin, Davao City.           

 

PSINSP RONALD M. DE LEON and thirteen (13) others attended Human Rights Course under the GSCF Project of US-DOJ/ICITAP on June 15, 2015 to June 26, 2015.

PCI HERRY C. GUBAT and five (5) others attended POBC TOT on June 17, 2015 to Juyl 2, 2015.

 

PINSP ROMEL T. SANTOS and six (6) others were still under taken Investigation Officers Basic Course.

 

PINSP LENDLE LEV G LANGKIT and seven (7) others attended Air to Ground Operation Training on September 28, 2015 to October 01, 205 at Camp Siongco, Awang DOS, Maguindanao.

 

PINSP HARRY A. BOGLOSO; PINSP DENNIS MARK G. ENERGAN and PO1 Abraham M. Madayan, attended Urban Counter Revolutionary Warfare (UCRWC) on September 16, 2015 to September 17, 2015 at CSC-ARMM Training Hall, ORG Compound, Cotabato City.

 

PINSP ROSEL O. HALLAZGO, attended Alay sa Bayan on September 16, 2015 to September 17, 2015 at CSC-ARMM Training Hall, ORG Compound, Cotabato City.

 

PINSP RONELYN B. SARMIENTO and PINSP CHRISTINE A. CAMACHO attended Investigation Officers Basic Course (IOBC) on November 9, 2015 until this date at PRO 3, San Fernando, Pampanga. Also PINSP MONA GUIA F. MENEZ, attended the same course at Roxas City, Capiz.

 

PCI KRIS CONRAD M. GUTIERREZ and five (5) others attended Three (3) day Bomb Awareness and Detection Seminar on November 5, 2015 to November 7, 2015 at DIPO-WM, Zamboanga City.

 

PCI SAHIRON M. MAMANTAL and fourteen (14) others attended Five (5) day Bomb Awareness and Detection Seminar on November 23, 2015 to November 27, 2015 at DIPO-WM, Zamboanga City.

 

SPO4 Pasigan A. Abas, attended Values Orientation Workshop on September 23, 2015 to September 24, 2015 at CSC-ARMM Training Hall, ORG Compound, Cotabato City.

 

SPO3 Abdin Arasa, attended Emergency Medical Technician-Basic Course on October 20, 2015 to January 12, 2015 at Zamboanga City.

 

PO3 Derham-Emer M. Alih and four (4) others attended ATA Protection of National Leadership Course on February 9, 2915 to February 27, 2015 at Subic Bay.

 

PINSP MICHAEL L. AMERIL; PINSP DANNY S. BARAGUIR and eight (8) others attended FTODP on April 13, 2015 to April 28, 2015 at PRO 10, Camp Alagar, Cagayan de Oro City.

 

5.    Foreign Training Program

 

PCSUPT RONALD R. ESTILLES, Regional Director, PRO ARMM; PCSUPT NOEL P. ARMILLA, Deputy Regional Director for Administration and PSSUPT JOSELITO F. SALIDO, attended Senior Crisis Management Course on August 24, 2015 to August 28, 2015 at Washington DC, USA.

 

PCI LINO D. CAPELLAN, attended Law Enforcement Techniques to Combat Terrorism Course on August 10, 2015 to August 14, 2015 at International Law Enforcement Academy.

 

PINSP RAZUL G. PANDULO, attended the Hiroshima Peacebuilding Human Resource Development Project for the Bangsamoro in Mindanao on January 2, 2012 to February 6, 2015 at Hiroshima, Japan.

 

PINSP MARCILLE S. MANGUIOB, attended Bangkok ILEA Training Arson Investigation Course on May 4, 2015 to May 15, 2015 at ILEA Bangkok, Thailand.

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Uphold and Promote the Principles and PNP Core Values

 

1.    Promotion System

 

For the CY 2015 total of 636 were promoted for 3rd level and 2nd level via regular promotion, out of 636 there were 74 PCOs and 561 PNCOs were promoted for the period.

 

2.    Internal Reforms

 

This PRO was still conducting random drug test to all PNP Personnel.

 

 

 

Further Reduction of Uniformed Personnel at Headquarters. Of the actual strength of the PRO which is 6,375, out of 6,375, 14.09% or 898 personnel were assigned at Regional Headquarters (RHQ) and Provincial Headquarters (PHQ) while 85.91% or 5,477 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. 

 

3.    Living the PNP Core Values

 

Maka Diyos

 

Personnel of this PRO conducted lecture on Moral Recovery at RCEO building with Pastor Jepty B Caraso JR., Host Pastor, Making Alliance Evangelical Church

 

            2015 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

 

          114th Police Service Anniversary. This PRO celebrate 114th Police Service Anniversary with the theme “Pambansang Pulisya: Patuloy sa Makabuluhang Paglilingkod at Makatarungang Pagpapatupad ng Batas” held at this PRO.

 

      Makatao   

 

      Human Right Desks have been established in all units/offices of the PRO. A total of 19 various seminars/lectures relative to Human rights were conducted and participated by 502 PNP personnel.

 

Makakalikasan

 

                        The PRO continuously supporting the DENR in protecting and preserving the natural and residual forest against illegal operations.

    

 

  1. Institutionalized adequate package of benefits and remuneration

 

1.    Moral and Welfare Program

 

a. PNP Housing Program. The housing projects for PNP personnel of the PRO is operational at Brgy. Sarmiento, Parang, Maguindanao for the period.

 

b. Scholarship Program. Four (4) PNP-PLDT Smart College Education Assistance Program and Six (6) Reward Educational Assistance Program for the period.

 

           c. PNP Health Care Program. There were 58 PNP personnel were processed their expanded reimbursements of their hospital expenses.

 

2.    Personnel Enhancement Program

 

Awards and Decorations – A total of 9,731 appropriate awards were given to deserving PNP and NUP broken down as follows.

 

Type of Awards

PCOs

PNCOs

NUPs

TOTAL

Kadakilaan

1

0

0

1

Kagalingan

24

239

0

263

Kasanayan

110

385

11

506

Papuri

802

7,133

149

8,084

Mabuting Asal

45

443

0

488

Pglilingkod sa Mindanao

18

42

0

60

Sugatang Magiting

1

10

0

11

Paglilingkod

15

15

0

30

Ugnayang Pampulisya

41

243

0

284

Paglaban sa Manliligalig

2

2

0

4

TOTAL

1,059

8,512

160

9,731

 

3. Reward and Punishment System.

 

For the period, there were 147 cases received: 29 cases were dismissed, 60 cases were suspended; one (1) case was demoted; 100 cases were Forfeiture of Pay, 22 cases were dropped from rolls, three (3) grave misconduct and two (2) serious neglect of duty. 

 

Penalty

PCOs

PNCOs

NUPs

TOTAL

Dismissed

0

29

0

29

Demoted

0

1

0

1

Suspended

1

59

0

60

Forfeiture of Pay

5

95

0

100

DFR

0

22

0

22

Grave Misconduct

0

3

0

3

Serious Neglect of Duty

1

1

0

2

TOTAL

7

210

0

217


  1. Develop a responsive police organization

1. Information and Communication Technology

 

The PRO ARMM WEBSITE (http://www.proarmm.com) was reactivated and administered by PSIINSP JULIUS PASCUA SANTILLANA who maintains the operational and administrative aspects of the website.

 

Twitter Account (PRO [email protected]). The official twitter of PNP PRO ARMM.

 

 

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

 

 

 

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

 

1. Model Police Station. 13 standard police stations are completely constructed while 13 are still on-going.

 

2. Multi-Sectoral Cooperation on Human Rights.

 

A total of 22 various seminars/lectures relative   to Human rights were conducted and participated by 502 PNP personnel.

 

 

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

Number of Participants  Personnel

PSI JAVER JUBAIL MUIN, the Regional Police Human Rights Officer (RPHRO), PRO ARMM conducted One-day Human Rights Lecture at RCEO office, Cp BGen SK Pendatun, Parang, Maguindanao on February 20, 2015 participated by 20 personnel (3 PCOs, 16 PNCOs and 1 NUP) of RCEO, PRO ARMM.

 

20

PSI JAVER JUBAIL MUIN, the Regional Police Human Rights Officer (RPHRO), PRO ARMM conducted Half-day (8:00AM-12NN) Human Rights Lecture at RSTU, PRO ARMM, Cp BGen SK Pendatun, Parang, Maguindanao on February 17, 2015 participated by 68 PNP SCOUT 08-2015 participants.

 

68

PSI JAVER JUBAIL MUIN, the Regional Police Human Rights Officer (RPHRO), PRO ARMM conducted Human Rights Lecture at the Conference Room, RHQ,  PRO ARMM, Cp BGen SK Pendatun, Parang, Maguindanao on February 17, 2015 around 6:30PM participated by 9 PCOs  from the Mentoring Course 2015 initiated by C, HRDDS, RPHRDD, PRO ARMM.

 

9

PSINSP JAVER JUBAIL MUIN, the Regional Police Human Rights Officer (RPHRO), PRO ARMM coordinated with the office of the Regional Human Rights Commission ARMM at ORG Compound, Cotabato City on February 23, 2015, around 9:30AM purposely to discuss the HR lecture to the participants of the then upcoming JPST Training Program 2015.

 

3

PSI JAVER JUBAIL MUIN, the Regional Police Human Rights Officer (RPHRO), PRO ARMM conducted One-day Human Rights Lecture at RFSO 19 office, Cp BGen SK Pendatun, Parang, Maguindanao on March 11, 2015 participated by 8 personnel (1 PCO, 7 PNCOs) of RFSO 19, PRO ARMM.

 

 

8

PSI JAVER JUBAIL MUIN, the Regional Police Human Rights Officer (RPHRO), PRO ARMM conducted One-day Human Rights Lecture at RIDMD Training Room, Cp BGen SK Pendatun, Parang, Maguindanao on April 15, 2015, around 9AM participated by 59 PNP CIC CL 2015-11 training participants.

 

59

Attended the ARMM-HUMANITARIAN AND DEVELOPMENT ACTION PLAN (HDAP) Situation Analysis (SA) Writeshop presided by Mr. Khalid S. Dumagay, chief, LGDD, DILG-ARMM on May 25, 2015, from 9:00AM to 11:00AM at the Meeting Room 2, RPDO-ARMM, ORG Compound, Cotabato City.

 

1 PNP participant

PSI JAVER JUBAIL MUIN, the Regional Police Human Rights Officer (RPHRO), PRO ARMM conducted One-day Human Rights Lecture at RFSO 19 office, Cp BGen SK Pendatun, Parang, Maguindanao on March 11, 2015 participated by 8 personnel (1 PCO, 7 PNCOs) of RFSO 19, PRO ARMM.

 

8

PSI JAVER JUBAIL MUIN, the Regional Police Human Rights Officer (RPHRO), PRO ARMM conducted One-day Human Rights Lecture at RIDMD Training Room, Cp BGen SK Pendatun, Parang, Maguindanao on April 15, 2015, around 9AM participated by 59 PNP CIC CL 2015-11 training participants.

 

59

SPO4 FHAEYD C. CANA, RHRAO PRO ARMM EDUCATION & INFORMATION PNCO –conducted one-day Seminar at ARMMTS, Cp BGen SK Pendatun, Parang, Maguindanao on May 29, 2015 (9:00AM to 4:00PM) participated by 42 students of PSFTP 2014-01.

 

42

SPO4 FHAEYD C. CANA, RHRAO PRO ARMM EDUCATION & INFORMATION PNCO gave a One (1)-Day Human Rights Lecture to the personnel and staff of the Regional Communications & Electronics Office (RCEO ARMM) on May 22, 2015 (8:30AM to 4:00PM) at RCEO ARMM Camp SK Pendatun Parang Maguindanao participated by 16 RCEO personnel.

 

16

PSI JAVER JUBAIL MUIN, the Regional Police Human Rights Officer (RPHRO), PRO ARMM attended the National Monitoring Mechanism (NMM) Case Conference conducted by the CHR in partnership with PNP-HRAO last July 8, 2015 from 9:30AM to 5:30PM at CHR Multi-Purpose Hall, Diliman, Quezon City.

 

1 PCO from PRO ARMM

Basilan PPO, PRO ARMM spearheaded by PSUPT OSCAR P NANTES- OIC Basilan PPO together with PSI JAVER MUIN conducted a One (1)-day Human Rights Seminar on August 12, 2015 (9:00AM to 5:00PM) at Basilan PPO Conference Hall, Menzi, Isabela City in connection with the month-long celebration of IHL day.

 

56

RHRAO, PRO ARMM undertook the following activities in participation to the celebration of the International Humanitarian Law Day, to wit: Reading of IHL message of H.E President Benigno S. Cojuangco Aquino by RD PRO ARMM on August 10, 2015 during the Flag Raising Ceremony and Display of IHL tarpaulin at the main gate of PRO ARMM headquarters on August 10, 2015 around 9:00AM.

 

 

 

SPO4 Fhaeyd C. Cana, Education and Information PNCO, RHRAO-PRO ARMM conducted a 1-Day Human Rights Lecture at RIDMD Training Room, Cp BGen SK Pendatun, Parang, Maguindanao on August 20, 2015, participated by the 12th Batch of the PNP Criminal Investigation Course (CIC).

 

Maguindanao PPO, PRO ARMM spearheaded by PD PSSUPT NICKSON B MUKSAN together with PINSP MAXIMO J GERODIAS, JR, Provincial Police Human Rights Officer conducted a One (1)-Day HR Seminar on September 8, 2015 from 10:00AM to 4:00PM at Conference Room, Maguindanao PPO, Camp Datu Akilan Ampatuan, Shariff Aguak, Maguindanao participated by WCPD and Investigation personnel of 36MPS.

 

72

SPO4 Fhaeyd C. Cana, Education and Information PNCO, RHRAO-PRO ARMM conducted a Half-Day Human Rights Lecture at RCEO-ARMM, Cp BGen SK Pendatun, Parang, Maguindanao on September 18, 2015, from 8:00AM to 12:00NN participated by 12 personnel of RCEO, PRO ARMM.

 

12

SPO4 Fhaeyd C. Cana, Education and Information PNCO, RHRAO-PRO ARMM conducted a 1-Day Human Rights Lecture at RIDMD Training Room, Cp BGen SK Pendatun, Parang, Maguindanao on August 20, 2015, participated by the 58 students PNP Criminal Investigation Course (CIC) (52 PNP PRO ARMM members and 6 AFP members).

 

58

PCINSP ACHMAD A ALIBONGA, regional police human rights officer of PRO ARMM together with 9 PCOs, attended the Cluster Training of Traniners conducted by the PNP Human Rights Affairs Office last October  13-15, 2015 at Grand Regal Hotel Km 7, JP Laurel Avenue, Lanang, Davao City.

 

10

One day human rights lecture on salient provisions of the Bill of Rights (Article III, 1987 Philippine Constitution), RA 7438 and RA 9745 with emphasis on the rights of person arrested, detained and under custodial investigation at CIC building of this PRO

104

One day human rights lecture on salient provisions of the Bill of Rights (Article III, 1987 Philippine Constitution), RA 7438 and RA 9745 with emphasis on the rights of person arrested, detained and under custodial investigation at RCEO building of this PRO

56

Two day human rights re-echo seminar on basic principles and fundamentals of human rights at Lanao del Sur PPO

130

TOTAL

790

 

 

B. Legal Service Program.

 

           Likewise, nine (9) lectures conducted; three (3) Legal Service initiated seminars conducted; two (2) Legal Aid Clinics conducted; and 275 Legal Queries Responded.

 

  C. Improve crime prevention and control

 

1. Results-Oriented Operations

 

a.    Intelligence

 

a.1. Counter Intelligence Report Monitored. For the period there were 26 CI reports acted by this PRO.

 

a.2. Intel Led Operations. For the period this PRO recorded eighty (82) Intelligence-led operations.

 

a.3. Community-Based Information Networks. There are    one thousand seven hundred forty-seven (1,747) Barangay Information Network maintained.  

 

a.4. Enhancement Counter Intelligence (CI) Efforts Against Erring PNP Personnel. Sixteen (16) personnel included in the CI Watchlist were identified; eight (8) allegedly supporters of ASG; two (2) allegedly conspired with the suspect/s in the illegal activities; one (1) allegedly involved in illegal drugs activities/illegal gambling; one (1) involved in gunrunning; four (4) illegal drugs; and two (2) kotong/illegal drugs protectors..

 

a.5. Foreign Liaison. There were 19 VIPs security operations conducted by this PRO. Likewise security operations were also undertaken during the conduct to five (5) foreign dignitaries in PRO ARMM.

 

a.6. CBI Conducted on PNP Applicants. There were a total of four hundred eight (408) CBI conducted on PNP Applicants and Non-Uniformed Personnel by this PRO.

 

a.6. Intelligence Dissemination. For the period this PRO totaled 1, 061 intelligence products being disseminated and used by other offices and units.              

 

a.7. Anti-Criminality. For the period a total of five (5) arrested Most Wanted Persons; and sixty-five (65) arrested Wanted Persons.

 

 

b.      Investigation

 

 

4,246

4,395

TIC = 2,625

TNIC = 1,770

b.1. Crime Statistics. For the period from 01 January to 31 December 2015, a Total Crime Volume (TCV) of 4,246 was recorded; 2,130 are Index Crimes and 2,116 are Non-Index Crimes. Compared to the 4,395 TCV of same period last year, there was decrease of 149 (3.39%) incidents with an average monthly crime rate of 10.87  incidents per 100, 000 populations.

 

 

 

 

Type of Crimes

Period

 

Variance %

2015

2014

CRIME AGAINST PERSON

1,300

1,733

24.98%

Murder

584

550

6.18%

Homicide

43

98

56.12%

Physical Injury

625

1,048

40.36%

Rape

48

37

29.72%

CRIME AGAINST PROPERTY

830

892

6.95%

Robbery

275

284

3.16%

Theft

291

375

22.4%

Carnapping

218

161

35.40%

Cattle Rustling

46

72

36.11%

 

 

 

 

Index Crime Volume

2,130

2,625

18.85%

Non-Index Crime Volume

2,116

1,770

19.54%

 

 

 

 

Violation of Special Laws

566

575

1.56%

Other Non-Index Crime Volume

796

1,195

33.38%

 

b.2. Service of Warrant of Arrest. A total of 193 Warrant of Arrest was received. Out of these, 81 were served which reflected 42.10 % served rate.  

 

b.3. Neutralization of Wanted Persons. 109 Arrested wanted persons. Out of these 11 were most wanted persons.  

 

b.4. Neutralization of Person under  Warrantless Arrest. A total of 644 persons were arrested.   

 

 

PPOs

Nr of Most Wanted Persons Arrested

Nr of Wanted Persons Arrested

Nr of Arrested Persons under Warrantless Arrest

 

TOTAL

2015

2014

2015

2014

2015

2014

2015

2014

Lanao del Sur

2

0

59

19

199

183

260

202

Maguindanao

3

5

37

31

243

143

283

179

Basilan

6

1

12

10

86

83

104

94

Sulu

1

1

6

2

79

62

86

65

Tawi-Tawi

0

1

1

6

37

39

38

46

TOTAL

12

8

115

68

644

510

771

586

 

 

               c. Operations

 

                    c.1. Anti-Criminality Initiatives.

 

                          a. Police Visibility. The PRO intensified its efforts against street crimes and other criminality through the Lambat Sibat. Relatedly, a total of 9,099,396.00 man hours was spent in patrolling.

 

 

 b. On Law Enforcement.

 

1. Campaign against illegal drugs. A total of Php 16,949,523.24 worth of illegal drugs and paraphernalia were confiscated to include marijuana leaves/plants. Likewise, 245 persons were arrested and 207 cases were filed in court.

 

2. Campaign against Carnapping. Anti-carnapping efforts resulted to the recovery of seven (7) vehicles and 28 motorcycles on various operations conducted.  ten (10) persons were arrested.

 

3. Campaign against Bank Robbery. No incident recorded for the period.

4. Campaign against Hijacking/Highway Robbery. No monitored hijacking and highway robbery incident in AOR.

 

5.  Campaign against Illegal Gambling. A total of 26 anti-gambling

operations were conducted that resulted in the confiscation of 66 slot machines and various illegal gambling paraphernalia and Php 18,069.69 bet money and 47 persons were arrested.

 

6. Campaign against illegal Logging. Two (2) operations conducted that resulted in the confiscation of 20 flitches assorted of good lumber.

 

7.  Campaign against illegal Fishing operations. No incident recorded for the period.

 

8. Campaign against Prostitution/Vagrancy and Child/Abuse Pedophilia. One (1) operation conducted wherein one (1) Filipino victim.

 

9. Campaign against Smuggling/Piracy. No reported incident for the period.

 

10.  Campaign against Cattle Rustling. Eight (8) Operations resulted in the arrest of three (3) cattle rustlers and the recovery of eight (8) animals.

 

11. Campaign against Syndicated Crime Groups/Criminal Gangs.

There was one (1) was in Sulu.   

 

12. Campaign against Human Trafficking. A total of 711 victims of human trafficking were rescued in the Region that resulted to the arrest of four-teen (14) persons. Victims were turned-over to the DSWD for proper disposition.

 

13. Campaign against Loose Firearms (Kontra Boga). A total of 170 assorted high powered and low powered firearms were confiscated and that resulted to the arrest of 133 persons.

 

14. Community Safety and Protection Program. No recorded for the period.

 

15. Community Oriented Policing System (COPS). There were 142 COPS established/maintained.

 

16. Civil Disturbance Management Operations. No recorded for the period.

 

17. Search and Rescue Operations. Fifty-three (53) search and rescue operations were conducted recording 2,282 man-hours spent for the period. 

 

18. Disaster and Relief Operations. Initiated eight (8) Disaster and Relief Operations with 1,312 man-hours spent.

 

19. VIP Security Operations. A total of 1,196 VIP Security Operation has been conducted with 108,435 man hours.

 

20. Traffic Management. A total of 610,356 man-hours were spent on traffic management.

 

21.  Airports and Seaports Security Operations. Recorded a total of 646 security operations on airports and seaports spending 119,765 man-hours.

 

22. Disaster Preparedness and Management. There were 18 activities conducted in coordination with the LGUs and different stakeholders.

 

A.   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

18

83

12

27

28

20

0

10

2

13

5

23

 

 

b. Disaster Preparedness and Management.  

 

 

 

 

PPOs

Disaster Preparedness and Management

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

3

6

68

4

-

52

Maguindanao

5

21

72

27

-

36

Basilan

3

7

7

2

 

7

Sulu

6

5

42

5

-

39

Tawi-Tawi

1

3

43

4

-

7

TOTAL

18

42

232

42

-

141

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

B.   Effectively Enforce Laws

 

                        Regional Law Enforcement Coordinating Committee (RLECC). This PRO conducted quarterly Regional Law Enforcement Coordinating Committee in the different areas in Mindanao and it is headed by PCSUPT RONALD R. ESTILLES, Regional Director, PRO ARMM/Chairman, RLECC ARMM.

For the period of January to November 2015, RHS ARMM have catered various services such as medical and dental consultations, admissions, and treatment, Medical Standbys, Reimbursements, and Medical Evaluations for schooling and PFT. The Medical has performed 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.


 

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

 

a.    PRO ARMM Strategic Plan;

b.    Cooperative;

c.    Eco tourism;

d.    Instilling discipline among Uniformed and Non-Uniformed Personnel;

e.    Conduct of three (3) CADET classes;

f.     Engaging other stakeholders to include NGOs;

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

h.    Quality Over Quantity of PO1 Recruits;

i.      Explosive Ordinance Reconnaissance Agent Training (EORAT);

j.      Daily Information Report;

k.    Constant Command Visit;

l.      All Women Company;

m.   Efficient Resource Management;

n.    Involvement in Faith-Based Activities;

o.    PRO ARMM Empowerment;

p.    Institutionalization of Cashbook for Finance Officer;

q.    Institutionalization of Fidelity Bond;

r.     Policy on the Relieve of Finance Officer;

s.    Regular Conduct of Family Conference;

t.      Settlement of Unpaid Expenditures Accounts;

u.    PRO ARMM “Fingerprint Solution” Project;

v.    Oplan Pagari (Magkaibigan);

w.   Oplan Pagothangen so Droga (Tumba Droga);

x.    Conflict Management Training and Conflict Mapping Workshop;

y.    Field Visit and Inspection;

z.    Deployment of Administrative Personnel;

aa. Infrastructure, facilities and Donor Effective Management;

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

cc.  Family Conflict (RIDO) Mediation Program;

dd. Human Rights Advocacy Program;

ee. Anti-Illegal Drug Program;

ff.    Implementation of Special Laws;

gg. Anti-Human Trafficking Program;

hh.Community Safety Awareness Program; and

ii.    Review Classes for NAPOLCOM Exams.

 

 

Source: ROPD-PRO ARMM

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