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FIVE CRITERIA FOR PNP BEST PRACTICES

1. INNOVATIVENESS

Innovative refers to either a totally new and out-of-the-box practice or a practice


that had been adopted from other sectors but is somehow improved and is improved
and is entirely beyond the menial practice of the implementing office/unit.

2. REPLICABILITY

Is the project’s degree of acceptability and adoptability by any unit of the PNP in
various geographical settings and as well as consistency to the long-honored traditions
of Service, Honor and Justice.

3. COST-EFFECTIVENESS

Is the new concept or project is cheaper compared to the old concept but still
delivers the same or better quality that the expensive counterpart.

4. SUSTAINABILITY

Is the project the capacity to be sustained by the implementing office/unit for a


certain period of time or can be endangered in the perfunctory functions of the
implementing office/unit.

5. BREAKTHROUGH PERFORMANCE

The project has been running or being implemented for quite some time and has
generated proven positive impact or results.

PNP PROJECT FACT SHEET

PROJECT NAME

This portion of the PNP Project Fact Sheet refers to the name of the program,
project and activity that the PNP Office/unit considers as best practice.

PROJECT SUMMARY

This section presents, in short and concise manner, an overview of the best
practice of a PNP Office/unit. It includes a self-contained and specific description of the
program, project or activity. It should focus on the following items:

 General objective and supporting objectives;


 Plans and/or course of action to achieve objectives;
 Relevance of the best practice to the law enforcement (policing) and/or
implementation of the PNP P.A.T.R.O.L. Plan 2030;
 Primary customer/recipient/stakeholders involved; and
 Rationale/Reason for the implementation of the Program/Project/Activity (PPA).

PROJECT OBJECTIVES

This section refers to specific activities that the PNP office/unit aims to achieve or
accomplish within a given time frame and available resources.
PROJECT DETAILS

This section outlines the specific activities that the PNP office/unit in tends to
undertake in the conceptualization, development and implementation of the best
practice.

PARTNERS INVOLVED

This section identifies the individual, organization, and/or community who are
actively involved and engaged in the conceptualization, development and
implementation of the best practice.

FUNDING/LOGISTICAL REQUIREMENTS

This section identifies the funding and/or logistical requirements in the


conceptualization, development and implementation of the best practice. It includes the
following items:

 Actual cost/logistical requirements; and


 Source of identified requirements.

PROJECT SCHEDULE

This section outlines the timeline of all activities necessary in conceptualization,


development and implementation of the best practice. It also includes the name and
office/unit of the person primary responsible for the conduct of the activities.

TIMELINE
ACTIVITY 2016 2017 OPR
Nov Dec Jan Feb

PROJECT ACCOMPLISHMENT/DEVELOPMENT

This section identifies the accomplishments and/or development in the


conceptualization, development and implementation of the best practice as of date. It
also includes documents that show proof of actuality as photos, third-party assessment,
etc.

PROJECT TEAM

This section identifies the members of the team who will oversee, supervise,
monitor and evaluate the best practice.

DESIGNATION NAME CONTACT DETAILS


Project Adviser PCSUPT JOSE MANUEL T: (02) 4142001
PEDRO M: +639164142001
E: josepedro@yahoo.com