PNP PRO ARMM Official Website - Accomplishment Report 2016

Accomplishment Report 2016

STAKEHOLDER SUPPORT

A. Sustain public information and dialogue

  1. Public Information and Advocacy

The Regional Director of PRO ARMM were continuous implementing the illegal drugs campaign throughout the region and maintain the integrity of the PRO ARMM personnel through continues conducting of random drug test from RHQ down to Municipal Stations, wherein it is the part of the internal cleansing of this region and this brings the high-quality, effective and efficient service to all community of this PRO.

PRO ARMM conducted two Television (Interview/appearance) and 66 Radio (Interview/appearance) engagements; 48 cascading on Project Double: “Double Barrel” with total participants of 1,502; 25 PNP Strategic Focus, CODE-P and PNP PATROL PLAN 2030 with total participants of 535; 5 Prohibition Against going to Gambling Casinos with total participants of 133; 5 Reiteration of being a political/ Non-partisan during NLE 2016 with total participants of 123; four Human Right Reference PNP Guidebook (Ran7438) with total participants of 126; four International NGO criticizes Philippine government war against drug with total participants of 103.

  Information, Education and Communication (IEC) Materials

a.1 Distribution of Informative flyers, handbooks, posters and stickers.  A total of 3,681 Crime Prevention Tips and Public Safety Tips; 829 Drug Prevention and Control Awareness Tips; 543 Gender and Development Related Materials; 16 Press Releases. .   

a.2. Police Information and Continuing Education (PICE). There were 374 PICE lectures conducted and participated with 11,813 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 Cascading on PNP P.A.T.R.O.L PLAN 2030. A total of nine cascading conducted to all lower units to seek the involvement of citizenry in the attainment of the transformation path.

  1. Citizen Empowerment
  1. Institutionalization of Barangay Peacekeeping Operation (BPO). For the

period, there were 113 Municipal Police Stations and 2,105 Brgys with BPATs.

Number of CPS/MPS  with BPATs

Number of Brgys with BPATs

Members

Law Enforcement

Conflict Resolution

Disaster Relief

Advocates of Peace and Order

Environmental Protection

113

2,105

1,583

503

637

478

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 2,362 total numbers of organized Anti-Drugs Abuse Council (BADAC). 

  1. 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 41 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 802 with total number of participants of 9,382.

AFP-PNP Joint Dissemination Campaign of the RJIRR to EO 546 in realtion to EO 110. On October 29, 2016 RPSB I&I Officer, C, RPCRD and OIC, ROPD attended the said activity held at HQ WESMINCOM Officers Club House, Zamboanga City. The mechanics on Prior Coordination was significant issue discussed during the Joint AFP/PNP Memorandum clarifying the AHJAG Protocol on Coordination.

JPSCC Meeting. On October 10, 2016 Acting Battalion Commander, RPSB attended the JPSCC Meeting held at RHQ Conference Room, Admin Building, PRO ARMM. The said meeting was structured for the signing of Joint PRO ARMM-6ID, PA Implan re: Joint Letter of Instruction (JLOI) Nr. 01-2016.

Municipal Peace and Order Council Meeting. On October 13, 2016 Personnel of this PRO attended the Municipal Peace and Order Council Meeting together with the different Punong Barangays and Mayor of Saguiaran Macmod Muti at the Municipality of Saguiaran, Lanao del Sur.

Brigada Eskwela 2016. Personnel of this PRO joined the Brigada Eskwela 2016, to help the school authorities within our AOR in ensuring peace and security during the school opening.

  1. Participation in Faith-Based Organization

Fun Run. This PRO participated Fun Run the theme: “Run…. Have Fun & Build a School” held at Cotabato City Plaza.

Bike for Peace. This PRO participated the the bike for peace with the theme: “Healing for Personal and Social Transformation” held at Simuay juncture to USM, Kabacan, North Cotabato.

           118th Philippine Independence Day. This PRO celebrate 118th Anniversary of the Proclamation of Philippine Independence with the theme “Pagkakaisa, pag-aambagan, Pagsulong” was held at this PRO.

            115th Police Service Anniversary. This PRO celebrate 115th Police Service Anniversary with the theme “Hamon ng Pagbabao, Pinag-ibayong Serbisyo” held at this PRO.

          JPSCC Meeting. This PRO attended the JPSCC regular meeting for the enhancement on the conduct of operations and coordination between PNP/AFP and other friendly forces.

           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.

           LOI 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. Personnel of this PRO attended the said activity held at PRO ARMM Mosque, Camp Salipada K Pendatun, Parang, Maguindanao.

            Basic Qur’an Reading Seminar. Personnel of this PRO attended the Basic Qur’an Reading Seminar held at PRO ARMM Mosque.

            2016 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 brothers PNP personnel and its attendant.

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

           Clean-Up Drive. For the period covered a total of 15 Clean-Up Drive participated by the personnel from this unit.

           2016 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.

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

250

458

320

  1. Family, Juvenile and Gender and Development Program.

Orientation Seminar on Laws for the Advancement of Women and Sexual Harassment Awareness for Police Officers. On March 17, 2016 personnel of this PRO attended two (2) days held at RWCPD Building, Camp Salipada K. Pendatun, Parang, Maguindanao.

Specialized Course for WCPD Officers. On June 9-24, 2016 personnel of this PRO attended 12 days seminar held at RWCPD Building, Camp Salipada K. Pendatun, Parang, Maguindanao.

Gender Awareness Development Program.  On August 24, 2016 personnel of this PRO from WCPD invited as lecturer about the GAD mainstreaming during PICE held at RCEO, PRO ARMM on August 24, 2016.

Young Leader’s Congress Observing Youth Governance Week.  On January 29, 2016 personnel of this PRO attended the opening ceremony of Young Leader’s Congress observing Youth Governance Week in Parang with the  theme: Bringing Leadership and Governance”. The eight day event was organized by LGU-Parang in coordination with 6th ID, PA and PNP held at Parang Central Elementary School, Poblacion 1, Parang, maguindanao.

 

Accomplishments

Gender Sensitivity Training

Women & Children Advocacy Program

Nr of Trngs Conducted

Nr of Participants

Nr of Trngs Conducted

Nr of Participants

4

219

3

115

5.   Anti-Corruption Initiative.  

  • 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.
  • Regular conduct of field visit inspection to lower units.

RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

  1. Attain financial and logistical adequacy consistent with the law
  1. Optimized utilization of logistical resources
  1. PNP Equipment.
    1. On mobility, 12 units Mahindra Scorpio, 136 units of Motorcycles and two units of utility truck received PNP logistics for mobility enhancement program. On procurement of motor pool equipment, one grease gun, tire inflator with gauge, air compressor, paint gun, water pressure pump, grinder, hydraulic floor jack, jack stand and hexagon socket. On procurement of ISO equipment, tactical ballistic vest, ballistic shield, tactical helmet, tactical goggles, carabineer, axe, bolt cutter, tactical belt, rappelling rope, pistol low carry holster and m16 magazine. 
  1. On Communication, one unit speaker, one speaker stand, one SAKURA AV-735 USB USB 700w-1300w amplifier for Public Address System to upgrade the performance of PAS and 30 units of issue UHF Motorola Handheld Radio ATS 2500, One unit UHF Motorola Base radio XTL 1500 and Electrical Tools: (1 pc Multi Tester, 1 pc Network Cable Tester, 1 pc Crimping tool, 1 pc Screw Driver Flat and Philip Screw, 1 pc Long Nose, 1 pc Pliers 1 pc Side Cutter and 100 pcs RJ 45) from PNP CES on March 7, 2016.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          
  1. Logistics Training. PNP personnel of this PRO of the different recipients of Mahindra Scorpio attended training on Preventive Maintenance and Basic Troubleshooting for the Mahindra Scorpio on September 21, 2016. The PSAOs, PRSPNCOs and Logistics Officers of different units/PPOs attended one day refresher seminar on disposal process on the PNP property and equipment held at RHQ Conference Room, Camp BGen Salipada K. Pendatun, Parang, Maguindanao. 

Training on Preventive Maintenance and Basic Troubleshooting on the Mahindra Scorpio Light Utility Vehicle attended by personnel’s/drivers of the different recipients of Mahindra Scorpio.

Seminar on Disposal Process on PNP Property and Equipment Attended by PSAOs, PRSPNCOs and Logistics Officers of different units/PPOs.

  1. Projected Projects for 2016. Construction of the following Municipal Stations: Datu Odin Sinsuat MPS and Sultan Kudarat MPS in Maguindanao Province.

Ground Breaking Ceremony on the construction of police station building Type B/C of Datu Odin Sinsuat MPS, Maguindanao last October 26, 2016.

Ground Breaking Ceremony on the construction of police station building Type B/C of Sultan Kudarat MPS, Maguindanao last October 26, 2016.

  1. Management of Resources

Personnel of this PRO replace two pieces Phone Jack of the microphone of PAS installed at the PRO ARMM on June 9, 2016

Personnel of this PRO headed by PCI JERRY M SINGCO, Chief FOCCD, checked the CE-equipment from PNP CES on April 19, 2016

 Personnel of this PRO headed by PSUPT EMMANUEL M CAALIM issued three units of Motorola GP3188 VHF Handheld radio to RPHU ARMM for their day to day operation on Anti-Carnapping in the AOR on February 10, 2016.

RCEO personnel of this PRO fabricates eight elements of Vari Loop VHF Antenna to be used on signal propagation at Tawi-Tawi PPO on October 21, 2016

  1. 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:

  1. Maintenance and Other Operating Expenses. A total Php 85,110,019.50 was released for the operational and administrative requirement of the PRO.
  1. Combat duty Pay. A total amount of Php 21,540,120.00 for Combat Duty Pay was released and distributed to 20,832 uniformed personnel.
  1. Replacement Clothing Allowance (RCA) Claim. A total amount of Php 12,390,000.00 was released for RCA to this PRO.
  1. Trust Fund and Repair Projects. For the period, a total of Php 12,089,753.75 Trust Fund and Repair Projects was released to PRO ARMM for the Repair Projects of this PRO.
  1. 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 12,390,000.00

e.2 Combat Duty Pay - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Php 21,540,120.00

e.3 Reimbursement Hospital Expenses -- - - - - - - Php 509,910.26

e.4 Prior Years Claims - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Php 34,131,955.67

e.5 Clothing Allowance NUP - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Php 1,915,000.00

e.6 ICA CY 2016 PNP Recruits  - - - - - - - - - - - - -Php 5,000,000.00

                                                            TOTAL - - - - - -Php 75,486,985.93

  1. Priors Years Claim. For the period a total of amount of Php 34,131,955.67 was released fund for the prior claims to this PRO.
  1. Logistic Management Program.

     On mobility, the PRO is a recipient of 11 units Mahindra Scorpio; two units of Man Truck and 136 units of . The troop carriers, motorcycles and Desktop Computers were distributed as follows:

Unit/PPOs

Distribution

Mahindra

Scorpio

Man Truck

Motorcycles

NHQ

5

1

2

Lanao del Sur

0

0

42

Maguindanao

0

0

38

Basilan

0

0

14

Sulu

0

0

21

Tawi-Tawi

0

0

12

RPSB

0

1

1

NSUs

7

0

6

Total

12

2

136

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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 is still on-going.

            This PRO have 118 MPS, 18 are completely constructed standard police station while 12 are on-going, 70 are not standard police stations while 30 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

3

27

7

40

Maguindanao

10

5

11

15

36

Basilan

0

3

9

3

12

Sulu

1

0

14

4

19

Tawi-Tawi

1

1

9

1

11

TOTAL

18

12

70

30

118

             

 

  1.  Attain transparency and accountability in all financial and logistical Transactions
  1. Improvement of the Procurement System

The procurement of ISO equipment: Tactical Ballistic Vest, Ballistic Shield, Tactical Helmet, Tactical Goggles, Carabineer, Axe, Bolt Cutter, Tactical Belt and Rappelling Rope and Pistol Low carry holster and M16 Magazine

Distribution and Inspection of Uniform (ICA)

Arrival of field caps, olive drab T-shirt and athletic shorts from Precision Craft Premium Supplies

Distribution and inspection on the delivered uniforms by the police trainees of PRO ARMM

LEARNING AND GROWTH

  1. Recruit the most qualified applicants
  1. PNP Recruitment Program CY 2016.

There are 260 PNP Applicants who undergone PMDE for Attrition quota for the period.

  1. Appointment of Non-Uniformed Personnel.

The PRO totaled 77 New Non-Uniformed Personnel were appointed in vacant position and six (6) Non-Uniformed Personnel were promoted for this period.

  1. Develop competent, motivated and values-oriented PNP core values
  1. Programmed Courses/Seminar Conducted

a. A total of twenty 50 programmed courses were conducted and attended by 2,881 PNP personnel of the PRO.

PROGRAMMED COURSES/SEMINARS

TRAINING CONDUCTED

PARTICIPANTS

Training on Criminal Investigation Course (CIC)

2

121

Seminar on Sexual Harassment Awareness for Police Officers (SHAPO)

3

156

PNP Basic Shotgun Training

3

150

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

3

154

Handgun Qualification and Marksmanship Test (HQMT-Phase II)

4

240

Handgun Familiarization and Precision Training (HFPT-Phase 1)

4

246

Ten (10) Day Community Oriented Policing System Seminar (COPS)

3

171

Orientation Seminar on Laws for the Advancement of Women

4

227

Conduct of Moral Recovery/Values Formation Seminar

3

124

Explosive Ordinance Reconnaissance Agent Training (EORAT)

1

52

Basic Life Support Seminar

1

59

Islamic Leadership and Values Formation

1

44

Basic Qur’an and Islamic Leadership Seminar

2

96

Basic Combat Shotgun Training

1

50

Basic Life Support Program, Human Rights and PNP Code of Ethics, Code of Professional Conduct and Ethical Standard and Anti-Graft and Corruption

2

79

PNP M16 Rifle Marksmanship Training

2

99

SCOUT CL 116-2016RARMM

1

215

Disaster Preparedness, Search and Relief Operation Training

2

100

Two (2) Day Training Workshop on Basic Human Rights Principles and other Related Laws

1

50

BPATs Orientation Seminar

1

84

Bomb Identification and Detection Seminar

1

47

Police Information and Continuing Education (PICE)

1

53

Specialized Course for WCPD Officers

2

138

Christian Discipline Seminar

1

74

Human Rights Seminar

1

52

TOTAL

50

2,881

Also, a total of 17 un-programmed courses/seminars were conducted and attended by 855 PNP personnel of the PRO.

UN-PROGRAMMED COURSES/SEMINARS

TRAINING CONDUCTED

PARTICIPANTS

Police Community Affairs and Development Course

1

60

Briefing/Orientation Seminar

2

47

After Opening Report on ISO and CQB Refresher Course

1

114

WCPD/Policewomen Conference/Workshop

1

37

Technical Report Writing Seminar

1

17

Opening of Ceremony of Investigation Officers Basic Course (IOBC) Class 55-2016

1

50

Conduct of Field Training Officers Development Program

2

114

Managing Police Operations Training (MPOT)

2

100

Refresher Seminar on the Revised PNP Manual on Anti-Illegal Drug Operations and Investigation

2

94

Basic Radio Telephone Operation and Preventive Maintenance

2

82

Close Quarter Battle Training

1

73

Inter-Operability Training

1

67

TOTAL

17

855

Individual Training Program. For the period, nine personnel of the PRO graduated from PSOSEC and one who undergone of the said training ; seven personnel graduated from PSOAC; three personnel who undergone PSOBC; four  personnel graduated from PSOCC; 42 personnel who undergone PSSLC and three  personnel graduated from PSJLC.

  1. Unit Training Program

                  For the In-Service and Job Enhancement Trainings/Seminars, the PRO conducted 50 programmed and 17 un-programmed trainings/seminars which were participated by total number of 3,736 PNP uniformed personnel.

             Specialized Training Program

PCI LOUIE B PERRERAS, PCI ERIC C MOISESPSSUPT, PSI MARK IAN N RAMOS, PSI RENARD Q GARCIA, PSI KARLO H CARLOS and PCI ADIL B VERTIDO, attended Vital Infrastructure Security on January 18, 2016 to Janaury 29, 2016 at PRO 12, General Santos City.

PSI KARLO H CARLOS and four others PNCOs, attended Identifying and Developing Investigative Information Course on February 1, 2016 to February 12, 2016 at PRO 12, General Santos City.

PSI GLENN B ELEVERA, attended roll-out program on collaborative intelligence, investigation and persecution of terrorism-related cases in Mindanao on April 18, 2016 to April 22, 2016 at PRO 12, General Santos City.

PI FERICK JAY G COMAFAY, attended SCOUT Ranger Course Class 199-2016 on May 31, 2016 to this date at HFSRR, PA, CTSMB.

PI WILLIARD L DULNUAN, PI DARWIN T JULIAN and two others PNPCOs, attended  Crime Investigation and Detection Course (CRIDEC) on June 1, 2016 to this date at NFSTI, CP Vicente Lim, Calamba City, Laguna.

PI ROMEO B ORCULLO JR, PI PAUL SYMON O VILLAREAL and three  others PNCOs, attended Crises Response Team on October 3, 2016 to November 4, 2016 at PRO 12, General Santos City.

PSUPT BERNIE G DACULA and PCI ERIC MOISES, attended Hostage Negotiation Course on September 12, 2016 to September 23, 2016 at PRO 12, General Santos City.

PCI MICHELLE S OLAIVAR, PCI ERICKSON A BANIAGA, PSI CAESAR P JOAQUIN and SPO4 Judith C Ambong, attended Mentoring Class for Criminal Investigation for Police and Interviews and Interrogations on August 29, 2016 to September 2, 2016 at University of Southern Philippines (USEP) Barrio Obrero, Davao City.

PSI HENJIE V CULANAG, PSI MICHAEL B TINIO and PO3 Ricardo E Angeles, Jr., attended Basic Terrorism Investigation (BTI) on November 7, 2016 to November 18, 2016 at PRO 12, CP Tambler, General Santos City

PI MARC HENRY S GONZALES and eight other PCOs, attended Investigation Officers Basic Course (IOBC) on September 15, 2016 to November 2016 at PNPTS Compound, Camp Crame, Quezon City.

PSI MANUEL A ROXAS, attended Crime Investigation and Detection Course (CRIDEC) on November 22, 2016 to May 2017 at Camp Vicente Lim, Calamba City, Laguna.

PSI JUSTIN A LARIOZA, attended Police Intelligence Officers Course (PIOC) on 3rd week of November to this date at DI Annex, Camp Crame Quezon City.

PO3 Al Sharif O Haradji and 14 others, attended Day Bomb Awareness and Detection Seminar on December 1, 2016 to December 3, 2016 at DIPO-WM Zamboanga City, Satellite Office.

PO2 Joel L Dasa and PO1 Brendo T Apuras, attended PNP e-Mapping System on Threat Groups (PeMSTG) Training and Workshop on November 16, 2016 at ITG Hall, DI Annex, Camp Crame, Quezon City.

  1. Foreign Training Program

PI RAZUL G PANDULO, attended Hiroshima Peace Building Human Resource Development Project for the Bangsamoro in Mindanao on June 26, 2016 to this date at Hiroshima, Japan.

PCI MICHELLE S OLAIVAR, attended 54th International Association Women Police Annual Conference on October 8, 2016 to October 14, 2016 at Barcelona, Spain.

  1. Uphold and Promote the Principles and PNP Core Values
  1. Promotion System

For the CY 2016 total of 816 were promoted for 3rd level and 2nd level for 1st Semester via regular promotion, out of 816 there were 95 PCOs and 721 PNCOs were promoted for the period.

  1. 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 6,648, out of 6,648, 11.15% or 741 personnel were assigned at Regional Headquarters (RHQ); Provincial Headquarters (PHQ) while 75.60% or 5,026 personnel were assigned in the field. Also out of 6,648, 2.93% or 195 personnel were assigned in BNQs and 7.11% or 473 personnel were assigned in Maneuver Companies.  

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. 

  1. Living the PNP Core Values

 

Maka Diyos -2016 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 Multi Purpose Building, Camp BG SK Pendatun and participated by PNP PRO ARMM personnel.

Makabayan- 115th Police Service Anniversary. This PRO celebrates 115th Police Service Anniversary with the theme “Hamon ng Pagbabago, Pinag-ibayong Serbisyo”  on August 8, 2016 held at this PRO.

Makatao - Human Right Desks have been established in all units/offices of the PRO. A total of nine various seminars/lectures relative to Human rights were conducted and participated by 503 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

Scholarship Program. Five PNP-PLDT Smart College Education Assistance Program and five Reward Educational Assistance Program for the period.

  1. Personnel Enhancement Program

Awards and Decorations – A total of 17,853 appropriate awards were given to deserving PNP and NUP broken down as follows.

Type of Awards

PCOs

PNCOs

NUPs

TOTAL

Kadakilaan

4

93

0

97

Kagalingan

165

1,108

0

1,273

Kasanayan

209

503

43

755

Papuri

1,309

12,918

362

14,589

Mabuting Asal

20

697

0

717

Pglilingkod sa Mindanao

3

6

0

9

Sugatang Magiting

1

2

0

3

Paglilingkod

1

324

0

325

Ugnayang Pampulisya

11

74

0

85

TOTAL

1,723

15,725

405

17,853

LOI Salamat Kapatid – A total of one retirement honor has been given to the PNP personnel of this PRO.

3. Reward and Punishment System.

For the period, there were 103 cases received: nine cases were dismissed, 31 cases were suspended; one case was demoted; six cases were Forfeiture of Pay and 71 cases were dropped from rolls. 

Penalty

PCOs

PNCOs

NUPs

TOTAL

Dismissed

0

9

0

9

Demoted

0

1

0

1

Suspended

1

29

1

31

Forfeiture of Pay

0

6

0

6

DFR

12

56

3

71

TOTAL

13

101

4

118

 

  1. Develop a responsive police organization

1. Information and Communication Technology

The PRO ARMM website (http://www.proarmm.com) was reactivated and administered by IT personnel of this PRO who maintains the operational and administrative aspects of the website.

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

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

PROCESS EXCELLENCE

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

1. Model Police Station. 18 standard police stations are completely constructed while 12 are still on-going.

2. Multi-Sectoral Cooperation on Human Rights.

A total of nine 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

PSINSP ACHMAD A ALIBONGA, Regional Human Rights Officer-ARMM was invited as Resource Speaker by ARMMTC during the One-Day Lecture on Anti Terrorism held last January 18, 2016 at the PRO ARMM Multi-Purpose Hall, Camp BGEN SK Pendatun, Parang, Maguindanao. The activity led by PSUPT GREG A SOLIBA, Regional Training Director, ARMMTC with lecturers from EODT and RPSB

 

220

The Regional Human Rights Affairs Office-ARMM conducted a Two-Day Training Workshop on Basic Human Rights and Other Related Laws held last February 23-24, 2016 at the ARMMTC, Camp BGEN SK Pendatun, Parang, Maguindanao with ATTY. ERLAN P DELUVIO, OIC, CHR XII as GOHS and PSSUPT MARIO M DAPILLOZA, C, RPHRDD. The activity led by PSUPT ARIEL F FALCIS, Police Regional Human Rights Officer, RHRAO-ARMM was participated by representatives of the different Police Provincial Human Rights Office.

 

30

SPO4 FHAEYD C CANA, Education and Information PNCO, RHRAO, PRO ARMM was invited as Resource Speaker by RIDMD, PRO ARMM on a One-Day Lecture on Human Rights to CIC Police Students held last April 6, 2016 at the RSTU Special Investigation Training Room, Camp BGEN SK Pendatun, Parang, Maguindanao.

 

50

The Regional Human Rights Affairs Office-ARMM conducted a One-Day Human Rights Seminar held last July 19, 2016 at  PRO ARMM Multi-Purpose Hall, Camp BGEN SK Pendatun, Parang, Maguindanao. The activity led by PSUPT ARIEL F FALCIS, Police Regional Human Rights Officer, RHRAO-ARMM was participated by different Municipal Human Rights PNCO of Maguindanao and Lanao Police Provincial Offices.

 

 

35

PCINSP JOAQUIN T AGTARAP, JR., Regional Human Rights Officer-ARMM was invited by HRDS as Resource Speaker on Human Rights and other Related Laws during the conduct of Managing Police Operation Training (MPOT) held from September 12-16, 2016 at the Regional  Investigation Training Room, Camp BGEN SK Pendatun, Parang, Maguindanao. The activity was participated by six PCOs and forty-four (44) PNCOs from Maguindanao, Lanao del Sur, Sulu PPOs and RHQ.

 

50

PCINSP JOAQUIN T AGTARAP, JR., Regional Human Rights Officer-ARMM was invited by HRDS as Resource Speaker on Human Rights and other Related Laws during the Refresher Seminar on the Revised PNP Manual on Anti-Illegal Drugs Operation and Investigation held from September 20-23, 2016 at the Regional  Investigation Training Room, Camp BGEN SK Pendatun, Parang, Maguindanao. The activity was participated by three PCOs and forty-one (41) PNCOs from RHQ, RPSB,  Maguindanao, Lanao del Sur and Tawi-Tawi PPOs. .

 

44

PCINSP JOAQUIN T AGTARAP, JR., Regional Human Rights Officer-ARMM was invited as Resource Speaker during the conduct of a One-Day Lecture on Human Rights and other Related Laws by RCEO-ARMM on September 21, 2016 held at the Conference Room, RCEO-ARMM, Camp BGEN SK Pendatun, Parang, Maguindanao

 

22

PCINSP JOAQUIN T AGTARAP, JR., Regional Human Rights Officer-ARMM led the Panata sa Karapatang Pantao during the Traditional Monday Flag Raising Ceremony with Miss HELEN M ROJAS, Head, National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security, OPAPP as GOHS held on December 5, 2016 at the PRO ARMM Grandstand, Camp BGEN SK Pendatun, Parang, Maguindanao.

 

30

PCINSP JOAQUIN T AGTARAP, JR., Regional Human Rights Officer-ARMM was invited by PSUPT EDILBERTO V ABAN, AC, Chief, RCEO-ARMM on a One-Day Lecture on Human Rights and Other Related Laws to personnel of RCEO ARMM on December 9, 2016 held at the Conference Room, RCEO-ARMM, Camp BGEN SK Pendatun, Parang, Maguindanao. .

 

22

TOTAL

503

B. Legal Service Program.

           Likewise, 10 lectures conducted; four Legal Service initiated seminars conducted; three Legal Aid Clinics conducted; and 280 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 20 CI reports acted by this PRO.

a.2. Intel Led Operations. For the period this PRO recorded 153 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. 49 personnel included in the CI Watchlist were identified; 10 allegedly illegal drug pushers; 26 allegedly illegal drugs users; 12 illegal drug protectors; and one illegal drug trade.

a.5. Foreign Liaison. There were five 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 765 CBI conducted on PNP Applicants and Non-Uniformed Personnel by this PRO.

a.6. Intelligence Dissemination. For the period this PRO totaled 1, 243 intelligence products being disseminated and used by other offices and units.              

a.7. Anti-Criminality. For the period a total of 12 arrested Most Wanted Persons; and 78 arrested Wanted Persons.

b.      Investigation

 
 

b.1. Crime Statistics. For the period from 01 January to 30 November 2016, a Total Crime Volume (TCV) of 4,308 was recorded; 1,988 are Index Crimes and 2,320 are Non-Index Crimes. Compared to the 3,872 TCV of same period last year, there was an increase of 435 (11.23%) incidents with an average monthly crime rate of 10.09  incidents per 100, 000 populations.

 

Type of Crimes

Period

 

Variance %

2016

2015

CRIME AGAINST PERSON

1,319

1,172

147 or 12.54%

Murder

480

512

-32 or -6.25%

Homicide

29

41

-12 or -29.27%

Physical Injury

769

573

196 or 34.21%

Rape

41

46

-5 or -10.87%

CRIME AGAINST PROPERTY

668

748

-80 or -10.56%

Robbery

205

248

-43 or -17.34%

Theft

222

270

-48 or -17.78%

Carnapping

210

186

24 or 12.90%

Cattle Rustling

31

44

-13 or -29.55%

 

 

 

 

Index Crime Volume

1,987

1,920

67 or 3.49%

Non-Index Crime Volume

2,320

1,952

368 or 18.52%

 

 

 

 

Violation of Special Laws

925

533

392 or 73.55%

Other Non-Index Crime Volume

939

730

209 or 28.63%

b.2. Service of Warrant of Arrest. A total of 136 Warrant of Arrest was received. Out of these, 122 were served which reflected 89.7 % served rate.  

b.3. Neutralization of Wanted Persons. 176 Arrested wanted persons. Out of these 14 were most wanted persons.  

b.4. Neutralization of Person under  Warrantless Arrest. A total of 1,256 persons were arrested.   

 

PPOs

Nr of Most Wanted Persons Arrested

Nr of Wanted Persons Arrested

Nr of Arrested Persons under Warrantless Arrest

 

TOTAL

2016

2015

2016

2015

2016

2015

2016

2015

Lanao del Sur

0

2

38

57

313

199

351

258

Maguindanao

4

2

68

35

402

243

474

280

Basilan

9

6

59

12

291

86

359

104

Sulu

0

1

6

4

187

79

193

84

Tawi-Tawi

1

0

5

1

63

37

69

38

TOTAL

14

11

176

109

1,256

644

1,446

764

   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 8,143,956 man hours was spent in patrolling.

b. On Law Enforcement.

                                 1. Campaign against illegal drugs. A total of 2,413.2039 grams with DDB value of Php 28,475,806 worth of illegal drugs and paraphernalia were confiscated and a total of 226,509.15 grams of Marijuana Leaves with 54,993 hills of MJ plants/seedlings. Likewise, 913 persons were arrested and 977 cases were filed in court.

                                 2. Campaign against Carnapping. Anti-carnapping efforts resulted to the recovery of 43 motorcycles on various operations conducted 15 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 14 anti-gamblingoperations were conducted that resulted in the confiscation of 4 slot machines and various illegal gambling paraphernalia and Php 594,334 bet money and 34 persons were arrested.

                               6. Campaign against illegal Logging. Six operations conducted that resulted in the confiscation of 430 flitches assorted of good lumber and recovery of 131,869 board feet.

                               7.  Campaign against illegal Fishing operations. Six operations conducted that resulted to the arrest of 8 persons and the confiscation of 200 giant dried clamp shell/meat with 13 dynamited fishes.

                               8. Campaign against Prostitution/Vagrancy and Child/Abuse Pedophilia. No reported incident for the period.

                                9. Campaign against Smuggling/Piracy. Three operations conducted that resulted in the confiscation of 43,204,200.00.

                              10. Campaign against Cattle Rustling. Two operations conducted resulted in the arrest of three cattle rustlers and the recovery of three animals.

                              11. Campaign against Syndicated Crime Groups/Criminal Gangs.No reported for the period.

                              12. Campaign against Human Trafficking. A total of 23 operations conducted that resulted to the rescued of the 122 victims of human trafficking. Victims were turned-over to the DSWD for proper disposition.

                              13. Campaign against Loose Firearms (Kontra Boga). 243 operations conducted that resulted in the confiscation of 320 assorted small arms and light weapon firearms and the arrest of 290 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. 10 search and rescue operations were conducted recording 4,800 man-hours spent for the period. 

                              18. Disaster and Relief Operations. Initiated 2 Disaster and Relief Operations with 1,600 man-hours spent.

                              19. VIP Security Operations. A total of 1,212 VIP Security Operation has been conducted with 208,145 man hours.

                              20. Traffic Management. A total of 600,452 man-hours were spent on traffic management.

                             21.  Airports and Seaports Security Operations. Recorded a total of 650 security operations on airports and seaports spending 120,665 man-hours.

                             22. Disaster Preparedness and Management. There were 20 activities conducted in coordination with the LGUs and different stakeholders.

 

THE COMMUNITY

 

  1. Safer place to live, work and do business

 

Police-Community Partnership

 

a. Community Assistance and Development Programs. Repaired and Maintenance of Finance Service Office, RPMU Office, RSAO Office 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

Conduc-ted

Suppor-ted

Conduc-ted

Suppor-ted

Conduc-ted

Suppor-ted

Conduc-ted

Suppor-ted

Conduc-ted

Suppor-ted

Conduc-ted

Suppor-ted

7

78

2

44

21

26

2

69

1

16

1

22

  1. Disaster Preparedness and Management.  
  2.  

 

 

 

 

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

2

1

2

3

 

 

Maguindanao

 

4

1

8

 

11

Basilan

2

2

19

2

 

14

Sulu

15

12

25

25

16

97

Tawi-Tawi

 

 

 

 

 

 

RPSB

 

1

14

 

 

 

TOTAL

19

20

61

38

16

122

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OTHER SIGNIFICANT ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND OTHER CONCERN

MEDICAL MISSION FROM (JAN – NOV 2016)

For the period of January to November 2016, 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 Seven Thousand five hundred eighteen (7,518) medical consultation, treatment and evacuation while the Dental Dispensary performed Six Thousand three hundred eighty six (6,386) dental consultation and treatment with a total of Thirteen Thousand Nine hundred four (13,904) medical and dental cases that benefited PRO ARMM personnel, dependents and authorized civilians.

PRO ARMM 2015 BEST PRACTICES

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

  1. PRO ARMM Strategic Plan;
  2. Cooperative;
  3. Eco tourism;
  4. Instilling discipline among Uniformed and Non-Uniformed Personnel;
  5. Conduct of three CADET classes;
  6. Engaging other stakeholders to include NGOs;
  7. Decentralization of Filling-up of NUP Vacancies of the PRO;
  8. Quality Over Quantity of PO1 Recruits;
  9. Explosive Ordinance Reconnaissance Agent Training (EORAT);
  10. Daily Information Report;
  11. Constant Command Visit;
  12. All Women Company;
  13. Efficient Resource Management;
  14. Involvement in Faith-Based Activities;
  15. PRO ARMM Empowerment;
  16. Institutionalization of Cashbook for Finance Officer;
  17. Institutionalization of Fidelity Bond;
  18. Policy on the Relieve of Finance Officer;
  19. Regular Conduct of Family Conference;
  20. Settlement of Unpaid Expenditures Accounts;
  21. PRO ARMM “Fingerprint Solution” Project;
  22. Oplan Pagari (Magkaibigan);
  23. Oplan Pagothangen so Droga (Tumba Droga);
  24. Conflict Management Training and Conflict Mapping Workshop;
  25. Field Visit and Inspection;
  26. Deployment of Administrative Personnel;
  27. Infrastructure, facilities and Donor Effective Management;
  28. Lasahun Natuh in Lupah Sug (Love and Care for Sulu);
  29. Family Conflict (RIDO) Mediation Program;
  30. Human Rights Advocacy Program;
  31. Anti-Illegal Drug Program;
  32. Implementation of Special Laws;
  33. Anti-Human Trafficking Program;
  34. Community Safety Awareness Program; and
  35. Review Classes for NAPOLCOM Exams.
  36. RIDO Mediation Conflict
  37. Trafficking in Person (Task Force Sagip Nene)
  38. BOURNE Identity
  39. Full Distribution of MOOE
 
 

 

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Source: ROPD PRO ARMM (Jan-Nov 2016)

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