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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

The National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM), pursuant to the amendment of R.A. 6975, is mandated to exercise administrative control and operational supervision over the Philippine National Police (PNP).

For 2013, the Commission recorded the following significant accomplishments under the approved Major Final Outputs (MFOs):

I. PolIcIes, Plans, standards and regulatory servIces for the PolIce servIce

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ormulation of Plans and Programs, Conduct of Research/Surveys for the Improvement of Commission’s Administration and Management as well as the Police System and Structure

• Formulated and submitted the following to DILG and DBM:

- Agency Operations Plan and Budget (AOPB)

- Physical and Financial Plan

- Project Implementation Plan

- Quarterly Physical Reports of Operations

- FY 2012 Agency Performance Measure (Form B)

- FY 2011-2013 Agency Performance Measures

- 2013 NAPOLCOM Annual Procurement Plan

- Performance Based Bonus (Agency Accomplishments)

• Continued the preparation of regional reports for the Study on the Effectiveness of the Women and Children Protection Desk (WCPD).

• Prepared research proposal on the Assessment of the PNP Recruitment and Selection Process which shall cover process inputs (i.e. people, funds, equipment/ facilities, time and policies), outputs (activities undertaken), outcome (recruits) as well as factors which influence the course and outcome of the recruit process.

• Conducted a National Appellate Board-Regional Appellate Boards (NAB-RAB) Conference participated-in by members/staff of the NAB and all NAPOLCOM RAB Chairpersons; a Seminar-Workshop on Strategic Performance Management System (SPMS) in pursuance to Civil Service Commission’s (CSC) Memorandum Circular No. 6 series of 2012 attended by all Division Chiefs of the Commission’s central and regional offices; and two (2) Central and Regional Management Conferences which were held in January and in July.

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s upervision and Control Over the PNP

• Formulated and approved 675 resolutions and seven (7) memorandum circulars which provide the PNP with operational and administrative policies and guidelines.

• On the development of policies, standards and procedures relative to PNP installations and logistics management, the Commission reviewed and evaluated 39 proposed standard specifications of various PNP supplies and materials and equipment.

• Likewise, technical inspection and physical inventory of PNP equipment at the PNP National Offices and Support Units were conducted covering 44 offices/units.

• Conducted inspection to a total of 2,112 PNP offices/stations/units nationwide, 1,883 of which are regular inspection and audit while 229 were spot inspections to determine the state of police personnel, activities and facilities.

• Conducted monitoring activities on the following:

- Extent of participation of 818 Local Chief Executives (LCEs) in police administration in their territorial jurisdiction;

- Status of 3,612 administrative and 656 criminal cases which were recorded for disposition during the period under review. Of the recorded administrative and criminal cases, 1,081 administrative cases and 76 criminal cases were disposed of.

- Alleged involvement of 402 police members in illegal activities, organized crimes and other forms of misbehaviour as contained in 251 reports gathered from tri- media,walk-in complainants,letter complaints and other sources;

- Implementation of LOI Patnubay, Oplan Paglalansag, Police Visibility, WCCDs in 3,022 police stations;

- Alleged human rights violations by 93 PNP members as indicated in the 98 reports received through complaints, referrals from other agencies and other sources;

- Compliance of 840 PNP Offices/ Units with NAPOLCOM inspection and audit recommendations; and

- Conducted monitoring on the establishment of COMELEC checkpoints in various areas pursuant to COMELEC Resolution No. 9571.

Acted on 913 complaints against PNP members received during the year where 388 were endorsed for summary dismissal proceedings, 286 were dropped/dismissed or withdrawn by the complainants, and 239 were referred to other PNP disciplinary authorities for appropriate action.

• Administered two (2) police examinations of which a total of 67,519 applications were approved utilizing the On-Line Examination Application Scheduling System (OLEASS), a web-based/online scheduling for filing of applications. Also administered the Police Executive Service Eligibility (PESE) Examinations, both written and interview, wherein 213 eligibles were conferred.

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Adjudication Services

• Rendered decisions to 157 PNP appealed administrative cases filed with the Commission’s appellate boards involving 204 respondents. It likewise acted on 39 motions for reconsideration.

• Disposed of 68 summary dismissal cases out of the 519 case resolutions drafted.

Legal and Other Services

• Rendered 5,251 communications/ queries on legal opinions/advices and consultancy services to the PLEBs, PNP members and the public.

• Conducted 17 conferences/trainings to PLEB members as a continuing activity to update them on the recent policies and further improve their skills in handling police administrative disciplinary cases.

• Monitored the disposition of 182 cases of the total (n=1,392) citizen’s complaints received by various PLEBs nationwide.

• Indorsed to the Office of the President six(6) petitions for executive clemency.

Development and Management of the Crime Prevention Program

• Submitted the 2013 National Crime Prevention Program (NCPP) to the Office of the President. The NCPP is a subset of the Technical Committee on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (TCCPCJ) Strategic Plan for 2012-2016. It contains major activities that need to be implemented to meet annual Criminal Justice System (CJS) objectives.

• Undertook five (5) criminological research studies/surveys, namely:

- Evaluation of the Philippine National Police Procedures and Practices in Assisting Victims of Violent Crimes

- Factors Affecting Community Participation in the Criminal Justice System (CJS) Processes

- Implementation of Diversion of CICL at the Police Level(An Assessment of the Implementation of Diversion of Children-In- Conflict with the Law-CICL at the Police Level)

- Effectiveness of Ronda System as a Deterrent to Crime and in Keeping the Community Safe

- A Study of Crime Prevention Policies and Programs in Highly Urbanized Cities in the Philippines

• Spearheaded the 19th National Crime PreventionWeek (NCPW) with the theme “Malasakit Mo ay Kailangan upang Krimen ay Maiwasan.”

• Conducted 89 seminars on Crime Prevention and Drug Dependency Control in different schools.

• Monitored the organization of 211 Student Crime Prevention Councils (SCPCs) and Barangay Peace and Order Committees (BPOCs).

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Promotion of Organizational Effectiveness

• Facilitated/participated in 346 in-house • On PNP personnel transactions, the

Commission processed the following applications:

- Designation of 532 PNP officers to various key positions

- 26 special promotions

- 687 regular promotions

- 4,654 compulsory /optional retirement

- 1,546 age/height waivers

- 108 training/detail service of uniformed and non-uniformed PNP personnel

- 111 confirmation of promotional appointments

- 15,878 Certificate of Clearance of no pending case to PNP members for purposes of promotion, retirement, resignation, schooling, leave, benefits claim, loan, and commendation.

• Deployed the Crime Prevention Program Information System (CPPIS) to the Crime Prevention and Coordination Service (CPCS) for testing. The CPPIS shall provide comprehensive information about crime prevention projects and activities of the agencies involved in the Criminal Justice System. Likewise, the Library Information System (LIS) which shall provide comprehensive information on the Commission’s library resources such as books, journals, papers, manuals, thesis, periodicals, newspapers, is being developed.

and off-site trainings/ conferences on various disciplines/concerns.

• On the implementation of the Gender and Development (GAD) Program, the following were accomplished:

- Participated in the annual celebration of the National Women’s Day with the theme, “Kababaihan: Gabay sa Pagtahak sa Tuwid na Daan” in March, nationwide;

- Implemented 360 GAD projects/ activities nationwide;

- Submitted its 2013 GAD Plan and Budget, quarterly and semi-annual reports of accomplishments to requiring agencies such as the DILG and Philippine Commission on Women; and

- Maintained GAD Information Corners in the central and regional offices.

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II. P ol I ce B enef I ts ad MI n I strat I on serv I ces

Investigation, adjudication and payment of claims for sickness, permanent disability and death benefits of PNP members, including pension.

• Investigated 342 applications for benefit claims and adjudicated 320

benefit claims under PD Nos. 448 and

1184.

• Disbursed P 620,014,691.79 for death, hospitalization, medical and pension benefits of PNP members/ dependents.

Administration of Scholarship for PNP Beneficiaries

• Paid a total of P 11,746,333.80 for the tuition and miscellaneous fees of 802 scholars under the Scholarship Program for all surviving children of deceased or permanently incapacitated police personnel pursuant to Republic Act No. 6963.

other concern(s)

• Participated in the different phases of PNP recruitment and promotion system

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MAJOR FINAL OUTPUT 1

PolIcIes, Plans, standards and regulatory servIces for the PolIce servIce

Formulation of Plans and Programs, Conduct of Research/ Surveys for the Improvement of Commission’s Administration and Management as well as the Police System and Structure

In the pursuit to uphold its mandated powers and functions to administer and control the Philippine National Police (PNP), the Commission vigorously implemented various plans and programs under its 2013 Annual Operations Plan and Budget (AOPB). The 2013 AOPB sets the priorities and overall work plan to be implemented by all operating units of the Commission for 2013. Likewise, the Commission’s AOPB is one of the major requirements to be submitted to the offices of the Department of Budget and Management (DBM), Commission on Audit (COA) and the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) for performance monitoring and evaluation. Other planning and budgetary documentary requirements submitted during the year are as follows:

- Physical and Financial Plan for 2013

- Project Implementation Plan for 2013

- Quarterly Physical Reports of Operations

- FY 2012 Agency Performance Measure (Form B)

- FY 2011-2013 Agency Performance Measures

- 2013 NAPOLCOM Annual Procurement Plan

- Performance Based Bonus (Agency Accomplishments)

Plan - Performance Based Bonus (Agency Accomplishments) W ith the priority to further improve case management

W ith the priority to further improve case management system of the

Commission’s summary dismissal authority and appellate function, a National Appellate Board-Regional Appellate

Boards (NAB-RAB) Conference was conducted during the year. The activity was participated-in by members/staff

of the NAB and all NAPOLCOM RAB RABs. Chairpersons. The said conference served

as the venue to identify and resolve issues and concerns that may have affected the operations of the Commission’s NAB and

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NAPOLCOM | 2013 Annual Report A side from this, the Seminar- Workshop on Strategic Performance Management
NAPOLCOM | 2013 Annual Report A side from this, the Seminar- Workshop on Strategic Performance Management

A side from this, the Seminar- Workshop on Strategic

Performance Management System (SPMS) was conducted in pursuance to Civil Service Commission’s (CSC) Memorandum Circular No. 6 series of 2012 which requires all agencies of the government to establish and implement their SPMS. The SPMS is the improved system of evaluating individual performance that links with agency’s organizational vision, mission and strategic goals. The activity was held at the NAPOLCOM central office on September 16-18, 2013 attended by all Division Chiefs of the Commission’s central and regional offices.

F urthermore,the Commission conducted two (2) Central and Regional

Management Conferences which were held in January and in July. The said conferences serve as mechanisms by which the Commission monitors the progress of various programs, projects and activities undertaken during the period under review. Likewise, it serves as the venue to discuss and provide possible solutions to operational and organizational challenges that may have affected the Commission’s operations.

n line with the Commission’s research study on the Assessment of the PNP

function, it continued the preparation Recruitment and Selection Process

of regional reports for the Study on the Effectiveness of the Women and Children Protection Desk (WCPD). The study was conducted with the objective of appraising the effectiveness of the WCPDs in terms of resources as well as its services and programs.As of end of the year,thirteen

(13) out of the seventeen (17) regional focus on the recruitment for regular quota reports have been completed. Likewise, done at police regional offices. the Commission worked on a research

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which shall cover process inputs (i.e. people, funds, equipment/facilities, time and policies), outputs (activities undertaken), outcome (recruits) as well as factors which influence the course and outcome of the recruit process. The study shall be conducted in 17 regions nationwide with

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Supervision and Control Over The PNP

Oversight Functions over the Administration and Operation of the PNP

I n the exercise of the Commission’s quasi- judicial and quasi-legislative functions, the Commission issued various administrative policies with focused on PNP personnel matters, restructuring of PNP offices/ units, procurement and allocation of PNP logistical resources and other PNP personnel action. A total of 682 issuances (675 Resolutions and seven (7) Memorandum Circulars) were approved and disseminated to PNP offices/ units nationwide. The following are the most significant policies issued:

Resolution No. 2013-220, dated February 21, 2013, entitled “Approving the Activation of the Philippine National Police Anti- Cybercrime Group as a National Operational Support Unit.” This Resolution approved the activation of the PNP Anti-Cybercrime Group (PNP-ACG) to enhance PNP’s capability to tackle cybercrimes such as attack against confidentiality, integrity and availability of computer data and computer systems, phishing and other types of identity theft, computer-related forgery and fraud, child pornography, illegal on-line gaming and infringements of copyright and cyber-terrorism.

8. Conduct specialized training and seminars (in coordination with the PNP Training Service) on anti- cybercrime operations;

9. Maintain linkages with different PNP offices, local government agencies and international agencies on matters pertaining to anti-cybercrime operations; and,

The PNP-ACG shall be headed by a Director with the rank of Police Senior Superintendent and assisted by Deputy Director with the rank of Police Senior

Superintendent, and Chief of Staff with February 21, 2013, entitled: “Confirming the

Role of the PNP and Prescribing Its Functions in the AFP-PNP Joint Legal Cooperation Directive.” The AFP and PNP formulated Joint Legal Letter Directive Number 02-2012, entitled: “AFP-PNP Joint Legal Cooperation Directive” with the aim to further strengthen government’s position in addressing threats to national security as well as government’s response, particularly

and Communications Technology the legal actions against personalities of

the different armed threat groups. With this resolution, the functions of the PNP

The PNP-ACG shall perform the following functions:

the rank of Police Senior Superintendent. It shall be composed of three (3) staff divisions and five (5) field units.

6. Maintain an intelligence database of various underground blogs, web forums, chat rooms and other being utilized by various organized criminal groups;

7. Establish and maintain a modern digital forensic laboratory;

10. Perform other tasks as directed by the Chief, PNP.

Resolution No. 2013-221, dated

1. Investigate all cybercrimes and other crimes in which Information

(ICT) is used in the commission of criminal acts or the object of attack;

in connection with the said directive shall

2. Conduct data recovery and be as follows:

forensic analysis of all computers,

computer peripherals and storage devices, and other digital evidence seized by PNP units and any other law enforcement agencies within the country;

3. Provide operational support to investigate units within the PNP, including the search, seizure, evidence preservation, forensic examination of all digital evidence from crime scenes;

4. Formulate guidelines for cybercrime investigation, forensic evidence recovery, and forensic data analysis;

5. Conduct vulnerability assessment of security of ICT in both public and private IT infrastructures;

1. Assist the AFP in the conduct of its mandate against threat groups;

2. Take the lead role in serving the Warrant/s of Arrest/Search Warrants whenever practicable;

3. Spearhead the investigation of cases and gathering of pieces of evidence in support of the AFP operations;

4. Take a lead role in the investigation of the incident, including but not limited to Scene of the Crime Operations (SOCO) operations, taking sworn statements of the victims, witnesses and offended parties;

5. Prepare the case folder and subsequently file the appropriate charges;

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6. Take custody of arrested personalities for proper disposition within the reglementary period as provided for by law;

7. Conduct inventory and safekeeping of pieces of evidence gathered from the scene of the crime;

8. Arrange and facilitate the ballistics examination of recovered firearms through the Integrated Ballistics Identification System (IBIS) of the PNP Crime Laboratory;

9. Spearhead the actual filing of the case in all types of operations by the AFP; and

10. Assist the PNP in ensuring the successful prosecution of the suspects.

Resolution No. 2013-226, dated March 7, 2013, entitled: “Approving the Restructuring of the Office of the Chief Directorial Staff (OTCDS).” This Resolution approved the restructuring of the Office of the Chief Directorial Staff (OTCDS) to include the changing of its component units’ nomenclature from “Group” to “Section” as provided for under PNP General Orders No. DPL-12-10. Under this resolution, the OTCDS shall be headed by a Police Commissioned Officer with the rank of Police Deputy Director General and shall be assisted by the Secretary of the Directorial Staff with the rank of Police Chief Superintendent. It shall be composed of five (5) sections, namely:

a. Administrative Section;

b. Special Requirements Section;

c. Management Information System Section;

d. Protocol and Conference Management Section; and,

e. Review, Research and Monitoring Section

Resolution No. 2013-248, dated March 27, 2013, entitled: “Approving the Renaming of the Regional Maritime Office (RMO), Under the PNP Maritime Group, to Regional Maritime Unit (RMU), and the Restructuring of the Operational Jurisdiction of the Different RMUs.” This Resolution approved NHQ-PNP General Orders No. DPL-12-12 renaming the Regional Maritime Office (RMO), under the PNP Maritime Group, into Regional Maritime Unit (RMU) as well as restructured the operational jurisdiction of the different RMUs.With this resolution, operational jurisdictions of the different Regional Maritime Units are as follows:

RMU

Areas of Jurisdiction

Location of Regional Headquarters

NCR

Along coastal areas and rivers in the cities of Parañaque, Pasay, Manila, Navotas and Malabon

Navotas Fish Port Complex, Navotas City

1

Along coastal areas and rivers in the provinces of Pangasinan, La Union, IlocosNorte and Ilocos Sur

AB Fernandez West, Dagupan City

2

Along coastal areas and rivers in the provinces of Batanes, Cagayan Valley and Isabela

Brgy. Minanga,Aparri, Cagayan

3

Along coastal areas and rivers in the provinces of Zambales, Pampanga, Bataan,Aurora and Bulacan and the City of Olongapo

Bldg. 1160, Rizal Highway, SGD, SBFZ, Olongapo City

4A

Along coastal areas and rivers in the provinces of Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal and Quezon

Lucena Fish Port Complex, Brgy. Dalahican, Lucena City

4B

Along coastal areas and rivers in the provinces of Mindoro Oriental, Mindoro Occidental, Marinduque, Romblon and Palawan

Brgy. San Antonio, Calapan, Oriental Mindoro

5

Along coastal areas and rivers in the provinces of Albay, Catanduanes, Sorsogon, Masbate, CamarinesNorte and Camarines Sur

Regional Center Suite, Rawis, Legaspi City

6

Along coastal areas and rivers in the provinces of Aklan, Antique, Capiz, Iloilo, Negros Occidental and Guimaras and the cities of Iloilo and Bacolod

Camp Martin Delgado, Iloilo City

7

Along coastal areas and rivers in the provinces of Bohol, Cebu, Negros Oriental and Siquijor and the cities of Cebu, Mandaue and Lapu-Lapu

Brgy. Pusok, Lapu-Lapu City

8

Along coastal areas and rivers in the provinces of Eastern Samar, Leyte, Northern Samar, Samar, Southern Leyte and Biliran and the cities of Tacloban and Ormoc

Port Area,Tacloban City

9

Along coastal areas and rivers in the provinces of Zamboanga Del Norte, Zamboanga Del Sur and ZamboangaSibugay and Zamboanga City

Sta. Barbara, Zamboanga City

10

Along coastal areas and rivers in the provinces of Camiguin, Misamis Oriental, Lanao Del Norte and Misamis Occidental and the cities of Cagayan De Oro and Iligan

DPWH Compound, Puntod, Cagayan De Oro City

11

Along coastal areas and rivers in the provinces of Davao Del Norte, Davao Del Sur, Davao Oriental and Compostela Valley and the City of Davao

Sta.Ana Pier, Davao City

12

Along coastal areas and rivers in the provinces of Cotabato, Sarangani, South Cotabato, Sultan Kudarat, Maguindanao and Lanao Del Sur and General Santos City

Makar Wharf, Labangal, General Santos City

13

Along coastal areas and rivers in the provinces of Agusan del Norte, Surigao del Norte, Surigao del Sur and Dinagat Islands and the City of Butuan

Parucho Street, Surigao City

ARMM

Along coastal areas and rivers in the provinces of Basilan, Sulu and Tawi-Tawi and the City of Isabela

Port Area, Bongao,Tawi-Tawi

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Resolution No. 2013-277,dated April 16, 2013, entitled: “Approving the Minimum Standard Specification for Base Police Uniform and its Accessories.” This resolution prescribes the base police standard specifications for the Security Element uniform consisting of Helmet, GOA Shirt, GOA Pants, Lanyard with Whistle (colored white), PNP Blue Belt (with Skeleton Buckle),White Leather Pistol, Brassard and All Black Police Boots (with white shoelace and black socks); while the Traffic Enforcer d. uniform shall adopt the same uniform as the Security Element but without the brassard and an additional Base Police Traffic Vest.

c.

Dissemination,Maintenance of Policies, Resolution No. 2013-328, dated May

Rules and Regulations Registry. The CRS, PAS shall be responsible for the dissemination of issuances to the PNP and NAPOLCOM Staff and Regional

Offices. It shall keep a permanent Commission approved the reduction of

register of policies, rules and regulations issued by the Commission. The documents shall be open to public for inspection unless otherwise classified as confidential. Issuance by the PNP of Implementing Orders. Upon receipt of NAPOLCOM issuances, the Chief, PNP shall immediately issue implementing orders, copy furnished the NAPOLCOM, and shall disseminate copies of such issuances to all concerned PNP uniformed personnel, for strict observance. Such implementing orders should strictly conform to the policy issuance of NAPOLCOM.

the test items in the following examination categories with the corresponding cut-off scores for the examinations scheduled on May 26, 2013 and thereafter:

30, 2013, entitled: “Reducing the Number of Test Items in the PNP Entrance, Police Officer, Senior Police Officer and Police Inspector Examinations.” With this resolution, the

EXAMINATION

NUMBER

CUT-OFF

TITLE

OF TEST

SCORE

ITEMS

PNP ENTRANCE

   
 

150

50% of the total test scores equivalent to 75 correct answers out of 150 test items

objective

test items

POLICE OFFICER

150

50% of the total test scores equivalent to 75 correct answers out of 150 test items

objective

test items

SENIOR POLICE

150

50% of the total test scores equivalent to 75 correct answers out of 150 test items

OFFICER

objective

test items

POLICE

130

55% of the total test scores equivalent to 82 correct answers out of 150 test items

INSPECTOR

objective

test items

and 20

point essay

Resolution No. 2013-311, dated May 21, 2013, entitled: “Prescribing the Rules Governing the Approval and Effectivity of NAPOLCOM Policy Issuances for the Philippine National Police.” This resolution prescribes the following rules:

a. Approval of Policy Issuance. A policy issuance which was considered by the Commission En Banc through deliberation and/or ad referendum shall be deemed approved only after

b. Effectivity of the Policy Issuance. The

e. Monitoring of Implementation. The NAPOLCOM’s Inspection, Monitoring and Investigation Service (IMIS) or the Regional Offices, shall monitor the implementation of policy issuances by the PNP.

the Commission En Banc has duly f. Effectivity. This issuance shall take

signed the policy issuance.

effect fifteen (15) days from the date of filing with the UP Law Center.

policy issuance which was approved by the Commission En Banc shall be Resolution No. 2013-321,dated May effective and implemented only after 22, 2013, entitled: “Prescribing the Minimum

the following requisites have been Standards in the Specification for Gala Uniform

satisfied:

and Accessories for the Use of PNP Ceremonial

- Attestation on the issuance by Troops.” This resolution prescribes the

specifications for the Gala Uniform and

the Chief, Secretariat;

- Assignment of the Control Accessories which covers two (2) colors Number by the Central of uniform for use of HSS-PNP personnel

Records Section, Personnel and assigned to provide ceremonial honors to

VIPs and dignitaries visiting Camp Crame. The color differs only on the lower

- The stamping of the date of garment, i.e. white pants/skirt to be worn approval of the policy issuance, exclusively during Presidential honors and, which shall be considered as the blue pants/skirt to be worn during honors date of its effectivity, unless it is of less ranks. filed with the University of the Philippines Law Center (UPLC) which means that the same shall become effective fifteen (15) days from the date of filing.

Administrative Service (CRS, PAS); and,

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The number of test items and cut-off score for the Police Superintendent examination shall be retained, with 200 test items (150 objective test items and 50 point essay) and 55% cut-off (110 correct answer out

of 200 test items) considering that said the Chief, PNP the Authority to Recruit Nine

Thousand (9,000) Police Officer 1s (PO1s) for the PNP’s CY 2013 Regular and Attrition Recruitment Program.” The CY 2013 regular and attrition recruitment shall be conducted simultaneously to replenish and strengthen personnel complement in all Police Regional Offices (PROs), the Special Action Force (SAF), Maritime Group (MG) and Aviation Security Group (AVSEG). The 9,000 recruitment quota which includes the regular quota (n=3,000) and attrition quota (n=6,000) are distributed as follows:

examination is preparatory to a third level eligibility.

Resolution No. 2013-461, dated

neutralization of organized crime groups/ syndicates.

Memorandum Circular No. 2013- 001, dated January 31, 2013, entitled:

“Directing the Philippine National Police to Observe the Prescribed Internal Complaints and

September 5, 2013, entitled: “Granting Grievances Procedures.” This Memorandum

Units/

Regular

Attrition

Offices

Quota

Quota

PRO 1

130

260

PRO2

63

126

PRO 3

400

844

PRO 4A

450

949

PRO 4B

61

122

PRO 5

167

334

PRO 6

225

450

PRO 7

230

460

PRO 8

94

188

PRO 9

46

92

PRO 10

102

204

PRO 11

121

242

PRO 12

124

248

PRO 13

37

100

PRO COR

25

100

PRO ARMM

25

50

NCRPO

400

631

MG

100

200

SAF

200

350

AVSEG

-

50

TOTAL

3,000

6,000

Resolution No. 2013-501, dated October 23, 2013, entitled: “Prescribing the Qualification Standards for Appointment to PNP Ranks.” This resolution prescribed the new qualification standards for appointment to the various PNP ranks in terms of education, experience, training and eligiblity.

was issued to clarify concerns as to the appropriateness of filing an appeal before the Commission with respect to the issues raised in the complaint/grievance, subject to the following additional policy guidelines:

A party aggrieved by the decision of the PNP Grievance Machinery may appeal the same to the Commission within fifteen (15) days from receipt of such decision. 2. The appeal shall be in writing, addressed to the Vice-Chairman and Executive Officer, and shall contain the summary of relevant facts, the issues that need to be addressed, and the decision of the PNP appealed from. No appeal shall be entertained or

taken into consideration without the decision of the PNP attached thereto. Failure to attach the decision of the

PNP Grievance Machinery shall be a ground for the dismissal of the appeal.

3. The Commission shall resolve the appeal within fifteen (15) days from receipt thereof. 4. The decision of the Commission may be appealed to the Civil Service Commission, subject to existing civil

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service rules and regulations.

5. Failure on the part of the parties/ police officers to strictly observe or comply with the foregoing rules shall be dealt with administratively.

Memorandum Circular No. 2013- 002, dated March 19, 2013, entitled:

“Professionalizing the Philippine National Police Field Investigation Service Through the

Implementation of a Certification Program for Field Investigators of the Philippine National Police and Promulgating Guidelines for the Purpose.” With the aim to further upgrade the level of competence and qualifications of Field Investigators for the PNP, this Circular prescribes the following qualification standards for the Certification Program of Field Investigators for the PNP:

Resolution No. 2013-358, dated June11, 2013, entitled: “Resolution Encouraging the Municipal/City Local Chief Executives, as Deputies of the National Police Commission, to Enjoin the Active Participation of the Philippine National Police in their Respective Jurisdictions as Deputized Enforcer and Observer in the Municipal/City Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Management Councils.” This resolution encouraged the Municipal/City local chief executives, as deputies of NAPOLCOM, to enjoin the active participation of the local police in their respective jurisdiction in the Municipal/City Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Management Councils (FARMCs) as deputized enforcers and

observers.

Given the FARMCs mandate

to assist in the enforcement of fishery laws, rules and regulations in municipal waters, the NAPOLCOM sees the need for the local chief executives as deputies of NAPOLCOM, to deputize and authorize the local police within their territorial jurisdiction as Deputized Enforcers and Observers of the FARMCs.

Resolution No. 2013-398, dated July18, 2013, entitled: “Mandating the Immediate But Temporary Recall from Detail Service or Deployment of PNP Uniformed Personnel Possessing Specialized Skills, Knowledge and Training in Times of Urgent Operational Need of the PNP.” This resolution mandated the immediate but temporary recall from detail service or deployment outside the PNP organization of uniformed personnel possessing specialized skills, knowledge and training in times of urgent operational needs of the PNP, most especially in times of extreme urgency, emergency and crisis, whether local, national or international in scope, which may include, but shall not necessarily be limited to hostage rescue operations, hostage negotiations, technical surveillance, special intelligence operations, anti-hijacking of airplanes, ships and similar vehicles, anti-terrorist operation and

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A. Police Investigator (PNCO Category)

INVESTIGATOR

Education

 

BS Degree

Training

 

Must have taken Criminal Investigation Course (CIC) and Criminal Investigation and Detective Development Course (CIDDC)

Experience

Minimum of 2 years as First Responder

Minimum of 5 years as Investigator/Filed at least 30 cases (minimum) with status

Eligibility

   

Communication Skills

 

Must pass the initial screening and evaluation of his/her Chief of Police/Superior

B. Police Detective

DETECTIVE

Education

 

Earned at least 18 units in MS Criminology/LLB Graduate

Training

 

Must have taken Police Detective Course (PDC)

Experience

Minimum of at least 10 years as Investigator and assigned in the Investigation Office/Unit

Has handled at least 60 cases (minimum). Has filed at least 10 cases which eventually led to the arrest of a suspect by virtue of Warrant of Arrest. At least one (1) case filed which resulted to a conviction with punishment of at least 6 years and 1 day imprisonment. Has solved at least 3 major/sensational cases and caused the preparation of at least 5 Search Warrants. Must have handled at least 1 Cold case (capital offense).

Eligibility

Board Passer

Licensed Criminologist

(Criminologist exam)

Communication Skills

   

C. Police Investigator (PCO Category)

INVESTIGATOR

Education

 

BS Degree/LLB Graduate

Training

 

Must have taken Investigation Officers Basic Course (IOBC)

Experience

Minimum of at least 7.5 years as Investigator and assigned in the Investigation Office/Unit

Filed at least 60 cases (minimum) with status (sensitive cases). Has conducted at least 8 hours of lecture on investigation (Instructor’s Duty on Investigation Training). Has caused the preparation of at least 5 Search Warrants. Has at least conducted an autopsy report.

Eligibility

Board Passer

Licensed Criminologist

(Criminologist exam)

Communication Skills

   

D. Case Manager

CASE MANAGER

Education

 

MS in Criminology/LLB Graduate

Training

 

Must have taken Investigation Officer Management Course (IOMC)

Experience

Minimum of at least 7.5 years as Investigator and assigned in the Investigation Office/Unit

At least 3 years as Case Manager. Has managed and filed cases that led to the solution of at least 25 cases. Has conducted at least 5 case studies on a major case.

   

Must have handled at least 5 cold cases (capital offense). Has conducted at least 8 hours of lecture on investigation (Instructor’s Duty on Investigation Training).

Eligibility

Board Passer

Licensed Criminologist or at least Bar Passer

(Criminologist exam)

Communication Skills

   

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Memorandum Circular No. 2013-003, dated April 22, 2013, entitled: “Amending Sections 6 and 7 of Rule IV of NAPOLCOM Memorandum Circular No. 2011-009, entitled:

“Revised Rules Governing the Investigation and Adjudication of Benefit Claims of Uniformed Members of the Philippine National Police (PNP).” This Memorandum provides that all cases confirmed and recommended for Total Permanent Physical Disability (TPPD)

In the evaluation of the application, the

2.

Waiver of the age requirement may be granted provided that the applicant shall not be less than twenty (20) nor more than thirty-five (35) years of age. For purposes of this paragraph, one is considered to be not over thirty-five (35) years old if he or she has not yet reached his or her thirty-sixth (36th) birthday on the date of the issuance of his or her appointment.

Circular No. 2008-006.” This Memorandum ascertained the need to amend the general qualifications for the appointment of Doctors of Medicine, members of the Bar, and Chaplains in the PNP technical service via lateral entry as commissioned officers with a corresponding rank of Police Senior Inspector by prescribing additional qualifications (eligibility, experience, training and performance evaluation rating)

retirement by the TPPD Board shall be endorsed by the PNP to the Commission

3.

Waiver of the height requirement may

in order to ensure the entry of competent technical officers in the PNP.

thru the Legal Affairs Service (LAS) for evaluation.

Medical Officer may require submission of additional clinical or medical records, personally examine the claimant PNP member or require him to undergo laboratory tests.

be granted to a male applicant who is at least 1 meter and 57 cm (1.57 m) and to a female applicant who is at least 1 meter and 52 cm (1.52 m). Provided, that the minimum height requirement for applicants who belong to indigenous group duly certified by the National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF) or the National

Commission on Indigenous People issuance provided for further guidelines

Memorandum Circular No. 2013- 006, dated July 5, 2013, entitled: “Further Amending the General Guidelines Governing the Detail of the PNP Personnel as Protective Security as Provided for Under NAPOLCOM Memorandum Circular No. 2009-004, Specially Item D No. 16(e) thereof.” This

Thereafter, the Medical Officer

(NCIP) shall be 1.52 m for male and 1.45 m for female. Provided further,

and procedures on the detail of PNP uniformed personnel specifically on the

shall submit his recommendation to the

that the Commission shall require qualifications, requirements and conditions

Director, Legal Affairs Service who shall forward the complete records of the

said applicants to submit appropriate proof of their membership in a certain

as protective security.

application for TPPD to the Regional Director of the NAPOLCOM Regional Office that has administrative jurisdiction

4.

indigenous group. An applicant who is granted a weight waiver shall be given reasonable time

Memorandum Circular No. 2013-007, dated October 30,2013, entitled: “Amending NAPOLCOM Memorandum Circular 2000-

over the police unit of the claimant for

but not exceeding six (6) months 007 entitled: “Prescribing the Sanctions in

Adjudication.

within which to comply with said Case of Cheating, Collusion, Misrepresentation,

requirement.

Substitution or any Anomalous Acts in

Memorandum Circular No. 2013-004, dated May 21, 2013, entitled: “Prescribing the Guidelines on the Grant of Waiver on

5.

The grant of waiver is not a guarantee for appointment into the police service.

Connection with the Administration of Police Examinations Conducted by the Commission.” To maintain the integrity and sanctity

the Minimum Qualifications for the Initial

6.

The PNP Screening Committee of NAPOLCOM examinations, the said

Appointment to the Uniformed Component

shall, through the Chief of the PNP, Memorandum prescribed the various

of the Philippine National Police (PNP).” This issuance prescribes the guidelines on the grant of waiver on the minimum qualifications for the initial appointment to the uniformed component of the Philippine National Police, to wit:

request the Commission to consider the appointment of those applicants with a certification under oath that the qualified applicants, at the time the applicant is being considered, fall below the office/unit quota concerned.

sanctions on all cases of cheating and other violations relative to its examinations.

Conditions on Waivers for Initial Memorandum Circular No. 2013-005,

Appointment to the PNP

dated July 5, 2013, entitled: “Prescribing Additional Qualifications for Appointment Via

1.

The age, height and weight for initial

Lateral Entry of Doctors of Medicine, Members

appointment

to the PNP may be

of the Bar, and Chaplains as Police Senior

waived only

when the number of

Inspector in the Philippine National Police (PNP)

qualified applicants falls below the Technical Service, Amending For This Purpose

approved national/regional quota.

Section II of NAPOLCOM Memorandum

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Development of Policies, Standards and Procedures Relative to the PNP Installations and Logistics Management

T he Commission evaluated 39 proposals of standard specifications on various

logistical requirements of the PNP. Of this figure,nine (9) was approved,nine (9) are for approval by the Commission en banc, while the remaining 21 are still ongoing review/evaluation by the Commission’s Installation and Logistics Service. These proposals for standard specification cover athletic uniform, wireless inspection camera, tactical vest, forensic handheld dental x-ray and radio, among others.

Likewise, technical inspection and physical inventory of PNP equipment at the PNP National Offices and Support Units was conducted covering 44 offices/units.

C onduct of inspection and audit of personnel, facilities and operation in all levels of command in the PNP is a continuing activity of the NAPOLCOM. Through this function, actual conditions in the organization, administration and operation

in the various PNP levels are determined by the Commission and necessary measures on pinpointed problems that may hamper the PNP efficiency and effectiveness were recommended.

I n 2013, the Commission inspected a total of 2,112 PNP offices/ stations/units nationwide. Of these offices/stations/units, 1,883 were regular inspections while 229 were subjected to spot inspections. Specifically, teams of Inspectors from the Central Office conducted regular inspections in 24 police offices at the PNP National Headquarters while spot inspections of 38 Women and Children Protection Desks (WCPDs) of the National Capital Regional Police Office was also undertaken. Meanwhile, the Regional Offices Inspectors conducted regular inspections (n=1,859) and spot inspections (n=191) of PNP offices/stations/ units. Breakdown of the offices covered is shown in the following table:

Inspection and Management Audit of PNP Offices/ Stations/Units

and Management Audit of PNP Offices/ Stations/Units Specifics Total Regular Inspection 1,883

Specifics

Total

Regular Inspection

1,883

Police Regional Office

11

Provincial Police Office

78

District Office

4

Mobile Force Groups

101

City Police Office

43

City Police Station

95

Municipal Police Station

1,113

Sub-Stations/Precinct

211

NCR Police Station

13

Support Units

190

NHQ Offices

24

Spot Inspection

229

Total

2,112

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M
M

onitoring Activities

Monitoring of the following activities were also conducted during the year:

• Extent of participation of 818 Local Chief Executives (LCEs) in police administration in their locale;

• Status of 3,612 administrative and 656 criminal cases recorded for

Implementation of law enforcement projects such as LOI Patnubay II, Oplan Paglalansag and Police Visibility Program as well as the establishment of WCPDs in 3,022 police stations;

disposition during the period under review, of which 1,081 administrative cases and 76 criminal cases were found to have been disposed of;

Alleged human rights violations by 93 PNP members as indicated in the 98 reports received through complaints, referrals from other agencies and other sources; and,

• Alleged involvement of 402

police members in illegal activities, • Compliance of 840 PNP Offices/Units

organized crimes and other forms of misbehaviour as contained in 251 reports gathered from tri-media, walk- in complainants, letter complaints and other sources;

with NAPOLCOM inspection and audit recommendations.

sources; with NAPOLCOM inspection and audit recommendations. n addition to these, inspection and monitoring teams from

n addition to these, inspection and

monitoring teams from the Central

I Office conducted monitoring on the establishment of COMELEC checkpoints by police stations in five (5) Police District Offices of the National Capital Regional

Police Office (NCRPO) and thirty (30) conducted. selected city and municipal police stations

in the nearby Police Provincial Offices of Cavite, Laguna, Rizal and Bulacan in pursuance to COMELEC Resolution No. 9571. Verifications on the accounting of loose firearms confiscated and surrendered to the said PNP offices/stations were also

The activities were simultaneously conducted from March 5 to May 15, 2013. Breakdown of the thirty (30) police stations in the provinces are as follows:

Police

City Police Offices/ Municipal Police Offices

Provincial

Office

Cavite

Imus, Bacoor, Rosario, Naic, Dasmariñas, Kawit, Noveleta

Police

Provincial

Office

 

Laguna

San Pedro, Sta. Rosa, Cabuyao, Calamba, Biñan, Los Baños

Police

Provincial

Office

 

Rizal Police

Antipolo, San Mateo, Rodriguez,Taytay, Cainta, Morong,Teresa

Provincial

Office

Bulacan

San Jose Del Monte, Malolos, Guguinto, Marilao, Bocaue, Balagtas, Plaridel, Paombong, Pulilan, Baliuag

Police

Provincial

Office

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Administration of PNP Examinations

A dministration of the PNP Entrance and Promotional Examinations is vested to NAPOLCOM. These

tests measure the mental capability, aptitude and value orientation of applicants to determine their fitness for appointment or promotion.

During the year, two (2) examination batches were conducted on May 26 and October 20, 2013 in selected examination centers nationwide. With the implementation of the On-Line Examination Application Scheduling System (OLEASS), a web-based/online scheduling for filing of applications, the Commission was able to approve a total of 33,484 examinees for the May 26, 2013 examinations. However, only 32,580 were present during the actual date of examinations by which 6,785 or 20.83% were successful.

A nother set of PNP Entrance and Promotional Examinations was scheduled in October 20, 2013

with a total of 34,035 applicants which were qualified. Of this figure, only 33,014 examinees were able to take the exams on the scheduled date. Breakdown is shown in the following table

The examination results are expected to be released by January of the following year.

A lso during the period, the Commission released the results of the October 14, 2012 PNP

Entrance and Promotional Examinations. A total of 32,641 applicants were registered to take the various examination categories of which only 31,748 or 97.26% were able to take the exams. Successful examinees totalled 4,758 or a passing rate of 14.99% during the said batch. Breakdown is shown in the following table

Breakdown as follows:

Category

No. of Qualified Applicants

 

Actual

Passed

 

Examinees

No.

%

Police Entrance Examination

13,816

 

13,383

1,581

11.81

Police Officer

10,457

 

10,256

2,369

23.10

Senior Police Officer

7,907

 

7,708

2,577

33.43

Police Inspector

1,036

 

991

171

17.26

Police Superintendent

268

 

242

87

35.95

TOTAL

33,484

 

32,580

6,785

20.83

Category

No. of Qualified Applicants

Actual Examinees

Police Entrance Examination

13,845

 

13,500

Police Officer

10,865

 

10,565

Senior Police Officer

8,009

 

7,753

Police Inspector

1,074

 

988

Police Superintendent

242

 

208

TOTAL

34,035

 

33,014

October 14, 2012 PNP Entrance and Promotional Examinations

 

Category

No. of Qualified Applicants

 

Actual

Passed

 

Examinees

No.

 

%

Police Entrance Examination

15,031

 

14,600

1,892

 

12.96

Police Officer

8,858

 

8,693

1,721

 

19.80

Senior Police Officer

7,427

 

7,223

1,053

 

14.58

Police Inspector

1,055

 

992

57

 

5.75

Police Superintendent

270

 

240

35

 

14.58

TOTAL

32,641

 

31,748

4,758

 

14.99

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examinees, only 217 or 50.58% passed.The 217 successful examinees and 41 others who passed in the previews year’s written

the Police Executive Service Eligibility examination participated in Phase II or

the Validation Interview. Out of the 258 qualified interviewees, 213 were successful. Their names were included in the Roster

those who passed the PESE examination. of Police Executive Service (PES) Eligbles

by virtue of NAPOLCOM Resolution

simultaneously conducted on August 25, No. 2013-578. Conferment rites of the

2013 at the PNP Training Service (Quezon City), University of Cebu (Cebu City), and Davao Doctors College (Davao City) with a total of 429 examinees. Out of the 429

Phase I or the written examination was

A side from the PNP Entrance and

Promotional Examinations, the

Commission also administered

(PESE) Examination. Third level eligibility appropriate for the ranks of Police Senior Superintendent or higher is granted to

213 eligibles was held in December 13, 2013 at the Multi-Purpose Hall, DILG- NAPOLCOM Center, Quezon City.

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Pre-Charge evaluation

As of end of December 31, 2013, the Commission received a total of 1,409 complaints. This figure includes carry over

order to determine if there is sufficient complaints from 2012 (n=428) and the ground to warrant such action or to new complaints received in 2013 (n=981).

Pre-charge evaluation of these complaints resulted to endorsement of 388 for

complaints may either be filed at the summary dismissal proceedings, 286 were

Inspection, Monitoring and Investigation dropped/dismissed or withdrawn by the

Service (IMIS) for the Commission’s central office or at the Regional Investigation Unit (RIU), under theTechnical Services Division for its regional offices.

recommend its dismissal if no prima facie evidence has been established. Such

C omplaints against erring PNP

members may be brought to

NAPOLCOM for evaluation in

complainants, and 239 were referred to other PNP disciplinary authorities for appropriate action.

adjudiCation ServiCeS

A s mentioned earlier, system

improvement of case management appealed administrative cases from the

decisions rendered by the Chief, PNP,

dismissal function is one of the priority People’s Law Enforcement Boards (PLEBs) activities of the Commission for 2013. and PNP Regional Directors or their

In pursuance of the said priority, the

Commission organized a team composed Appellate Board (NAB) and 19 Regional of lawyers from its central and regional Appellate Boards (RABs). offices to fast-track the disposition of its

The National Appellate Board (NAB) acts on appeals from the decisions rendered by the Chief, PNP of which

load received (n=3,050) as of end of penalties involved are either demotion

in rank or dismissal from the service. As

includes cases received during the year of December 31, 2013, the NAB had a

total caseload of 39. This figure includes

previous period (n=2,291). Meanwhile, cases carried over from 2012 (n=27)

and the number of cases received during the period (n=12). Out of the 39 cases,

resolutions which were drafted. A total of 18 cases involving 18 respondents were

113 police respondents were involved in the 68 decided cases of which 11 police officers were penalized with dismissal from the service, 15 were demoted by one (1) rank, while one (1) was suspended. Of the 86 remaining respondents,15 were exonerated, 37 were involved in dropped or dismissed cases, while 34 were also dismissed due to failure to prosecute.

decided while the remaining 21 cases are ongoing review.

December 2013. The total caseload

Summary Dismissal cases. The team was able to draft a total of 519 or 17.01% case resolutions out of the total case

The Commission also decides on

under the Commission’s summary

equivalent supervisors through its National

(n=759) and carried over cases from the

68 cases have already been signed by the Commission en banc out of the 519 case

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On the other hand, the Regional Appellate Boards (RABs) consider appeals from the decisions rendered by the People’s Law Enforcement Boards (PLEBs) and PNP Regional Directors or their equivalent supervisors where the penalty imposed is also either dismissal from the service or demotion in rank. For this year, the RABs had a total caseload of 185. Of this figure, 139 were disposed of involving 186 respondents. The following table shows the type of decisions rendered to the 186 respondents.

In addition to these, the NAB and the RABs resolved 39 motions for reconsideration on disposed appealed cases.

legal and other ServiCeS
legal and
other ServiCeS

The conduct of trainings, seminars or conferences to PLEB members is a continuing activity to update them on the recent policies and further improve their

PNP, PLEB and the public pertaining to skills in handling police administrative provisions of laws and NAPOLCOM disciplinary cases. During the period, the issuances, payment of back wages, cases Commission was able to facilitate 17

conferences/trainings in Regions 8, 10, 11,

D uring the year, the Commission

rendered a total of 5,251

legal opinions/advice based on

communications received from the

on appeal, suspension orders, investigative

procedures before the Internal Affairs 12 and CARAGA. Service (IAS) and other PNP disciplinary

authorities, among others.

Further, the disposition of 182 cases of the total (n=1,392) citizen’s complaints received by various PLEBs nationwide were monitored. Also, six (6) petitions for executive clemency were evaluated by the Commission’s Legal Affairs Service.

Type of Decision Rendered

Number

Affirmed

103

Reversed

19

Modified

20

Remanded

10

Denied

1

Others

33

* Appeal dismissed for want of jurisdiction

29

* Appealed dismissed for filing beyond the reglementary period

4

Total

186

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develoPment and management of the Crime Prevention Program

formulation of annual national Crime Prevention Program

W ith the active support of the Technical Committee on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice

(TCCPCJ), an ad hoc committee composed of expert representatives from the five (5) pillars of the Criminal Justice System (CJS) of the Philippines, the Commission submitted to the Office of the President the 2013 National Crime Prevention Program(NCPP). The said program provides the overall framework among CJS agencies, to include other government and non-government organizations, in their fight against criminality and maintenance of peace in order.

The 2013 NCPP is a subset of the TCCPCJ Strategic Plan for 2012-2016. It contains major activities that need to be implemented to meet annual Criminal Justice System (CJS) objectives, as well as the necessary resources to enable delivery of outcomes. The 2013 NCPP significantly reflected the convergent initiatives of the members of the TCCPCJ and contained clear objectives, activities to be delivered, quality standards, desired outcomes, staffing and resource requirements, implementation timeframes, and a clear process for monitoring targets and evaluating progress.

There are four (4) Key Result Areas (KRAs) of the TCCPCJ, to wit:

a. Research and Development and Policy Formulation

b. Standards and programs Development

c. Advocacy, Partnership Building and Resource Mobilization

d. Capacity Building

For KRA 1 (Research and Development and Policy Formulation),the following were accomplished:

Management was planned to be implemented on January 6 -7, 2014 at the Torre Venezia Suites, Quezon City. Coordination with members,

a.

Criminal

Justice

Information

participants and resource person

System (CJIS)

as well as preparation of relative materials was done.

A 2-day Visioning and Planning Workshop for the Establishment of a National Crime and Justice Information

For KRA 2 (Standards and Programs

System (NCJIS) was held last January 14-15, 2013 at the Development Academy of the Philippines, Tagaytay City and participated in by Information Technology (IT) experts from the different CJS agencies. The after- workshop report together with the draft Executive Order Establishing a

Coordinated NCJIS Providing Efficient and Effective Administration of Justice through Comprehensive and Timely Criminal Justice Information using the modern Information Communication Technology were submitted to Office

Development), the following were accomplished:

Conducted the “Writeshop on the Standardization of CJS Terms and Project Management Framework” which was held on December 2-3, 2013 at the Hotel Kimberly,Tagaytay City nd participated-in by 50 representatives from the different member CJS agencies.

For KRA 3 (Advocacy, Partnership Building and Resource Mobilization), the following were accomplished:

of the Secretary, DILG for comments. a.

CJS Best Practices Handbook Project

b.

Assessment

of

Level of

Fifteen (15) CJS member-agencies

Awareness of Law Enforcement and Prosecution Coordination

had submitted their Best Practices. These were encoded/proofread/laid-

Toward Speedy Trial and Successful Case Resolution

out in preparation for the handbook project.

A research proposal for the study entitled “Assessment of Level of Awareness of Law Enforcement and Prosecution Coordination Toward Speedy Trial and Successful Case Resolution” was developed and submitted to KRA 1 members for their inputs/discussion. Likewise, conduct of focus group discussion (FGD) re: Law Enforcement and Prosecution Relationship and Coordination: Towards Better Case

b. TCCPCJ

COMPLAN

Media

Program/CJS

The project proposal for the conduct of a Message Development Workshop for crafting of the Integrated Criminal Justice System Communication Plan was prepared. Seven (7) consultative/ coordinative meetings with members and consultants were done. Relative materials were prepared.The workshop will be held on February 17-19, 2014 at the Hotel Kimberly.

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ProviSion of SeCretariat ServiCeS to the

tCCPCj

For KRA 4 (Capacity Building), the following were accomplished:

• Prosecution, Law Enforcement and Community Coordinating Service (PROLECCS)

It was participated in by 118 representatives from NBI, Provincial and City Prosecutors from Ilocos Sur.

Another two (2) sessions were scheduled on January 20-23, 2014 in La Union and Pangasinan.

For this year, two (2) sessions of Conference-Dialogue of Prosecution, Law Enforcement and Community Coordinating Service (PROLECCS) were conducted.

The first conference-dialogue was conducted last December 10, 2013 in Laoag City and participated in by 102 representatives from PNP, NBI, Provincial and City Prosecutors from Ilocos Norte.

The second conference-dialogue was held in Vigan City on December 12, 2013.

On the other hand, the following

provides technical and administrative topics/agenda were discussed/presented

support to the activities of the TCCPCJ being the overall and coordinating body of the CJS. During the year, the Commission facilitated one (1) quarterly plenary meeting which was held on May 30, 2013 and one (1) Joint Meeting with on July 30, 2013.The following were the topics discussed during the quarterly plenary meeting:

• Codification of Laws of the Revised Penal Code by ASec. Geronimo L. Sy, DOJ

during the Joint Meeting of the NAPOLCOM TCCPCJ with the Sub- Committee on Executive Commitments on Persons Deprived of Liberty (PDL):

The Commission continuously

• Status of the NBI Modernization Bill by Atty. Eduardo Valdez, Office of Senator Chiz Escudero

• Update report on the Interagency Committee on Security Sector Statistics by Mr. David Cruz, DND

• Report on Community Oriented Policing System (COPS) in Metro Manila by PSSupt. Danilo Pelisco, DO- PNP

• Update Report re: Establishment of a National Crime and Justice Information System (CJIS) and Presentation of KRA priority projects under the requested DILG financial assistance

• Presentation of Salient Features of Republic Act No. 10592 “An Act Amending Articles 29, 94, 97, 98 and 99 of Act No. 3815, as Amended, Otherwise known as the Revised Penal Code including the provision of Good Conduct Time Allowance”

The Commission also printed a total of 500 copies of the 5-year TCCPCJ Strategic Plan which were distributed to members and other CJS agencies for reference. Likewise, various communications were prepared by TCCPCJ secretariat to facilitate the activities of the TCCPCJ.

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ConduCt of CriminologiCal reSearCheS and StudieS

The Commission also undertook the following criminological researches/studies in different phases of implementation:

Evaluation of the Philippine National Police Procedures and Practices in Assisting Victims of Violent Crimes

The study aims to identify and evaluate the prevailing police procedures and practices in assisting victims of violent crimes and/or their relatives which is primarily significant to the police in redefining and enabling their roles on how to appropriately assist and deal with the victims of violent crimes through the crafting of a police handbook on uniform procedures in dealing and assisting victims of crimes. The study can also be used as an effective advocacy tool for promoting best practices amongst service providers and stakeholders to take action. The preparation of write- up/monograph is ongoing.

Factors

Affecting

Participation

in

Community

Criminal

the

Justice System (CJS) Processes

Implementation of Diversion of CICL at the Police Level(An Assessment of the Implementation of Diversion of Children-In-Conflict with the Law-CICL at the Police Level)

The study aims to determine the extent of implementation of diversion for Children in Conflict with the Law (CICL) at the law enforcement level as specifically defined in RA 9344. It shall identify and assess the different diversion proceedings including the programs adopted by police officers as provided under the Juvenile Act of 2006. It shall seek to determine the attitude and concept of the police towards the justice system particularly on diversion. The project proposal for the said study was submitted for approval and for implementation on the 1st quarter of the following year.

Effectiveness of Ronda System as a Deterrent to Crime and in Keeping the Community Safe

The study intends to determine the varying methods and practices in the conduct of the “ronda system’ in the different localities (barangays) nationwide. It will look into the factors that contribute to the effective implementation of the ronda system, the leadership, and the support of the community to include the business, civic groups, the government both national and local and the public at large. The research proposal was submitted for review.

The study aims to identify factors A Study of Crime Prevention

in

Highly Urbanized Cities in the Philippines

Policies

that promote or inhibit community participation in different levels of the CJS. It also aims to show the relationship between the nature and degree of participation of the community with their socio-economic and demographic profile, awareness and experiences with the system, as well as their perception of level of confidence, trust and opinion on the effectiveness of the CJS in the Philippines. During the period, analysis and interpretation of the study is ongoing.

and

Programs

The study aims to provide an initial assessment of existing crime prevention programs, local conditions, capacities and the views and experiences of key actors and individuals at the local level. This will likewise examine and describe programs for possible replication in other localities. Research proposal was submitted for review while the

research instruments are ongoing preparation.

develoPment and maintenanCe of uniform Crime rePorting SyStem

P rocessing of monthly crime reports/ statistics from the different police stations/units nationwide is a

continuing activity of the Commission. Reports collected served as the basis in the preparation of the Nationwide Crime Statistics. In 2013, the Commission recorded a total of 5,868 monthly crime reports for the year 2011& 2012.

Meanwhile, a total of 5,791crime incident reports from 2010 & 2012 have been encoded.

In addition to this, the Commission processed Complaint Standard Reporting Forms (CSRFs) accomplished by various police stations/Women and Children Protection Desks (WCPDs) nationwide. During the year, a total of 2,885 accomplished CSRFs from different WCPDs nationwide were encoded into the CSRS.

Moreover, the Commission reproduced a total of 19,608 sets of NAPOLCOM Forms No. 20-23 (Crime Statistics) and 50,000 sets of NAPOLCOM Form No. 24 (Complaint Standard Reporting Forms). These forms were mailed to police offices/stations in 1,634 cities and municipalities nationwide.

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imPlementation of a national Crime Prevention information Program

19th national Crime Prevention Week (nCPW)

rogram 19 th n ational C rime P revention W eek (nCPW) F or this year,

F or this year, the NCPW Technical Working Committee adopted the theme, Malasakit Mo ay Kailangan

upang Krimen ay Maiwasan through the implementation of various programs and projects to raise awareness of the NCPW celebration and importance of crime prevention in building safer communities.

The NAPOLCOM, in cooperation with the NCPW Technical Working Committee member-agencies, has led the conduct of the following major activities:

1.

Kickoff

Drive on NCPW Celebration

Ceremony/Awareness

On September 2, 2013, the simultaneous NCPW kickoff ceremonies and awareness drives on NCPW celebration which were conducted in various regions.

2. Ugnayan ng mga Sektor para sa Paghadlang sa Krimen

(F-PAN). A total of 80 participants attended the said activity.

Strengthening partnership 3. 2013 Search for Model PNP

with our communities is essential in preventing crime. Hence, the 2nd Multi-sectoral Dialogue was conducted on September 4, 2013, which served as the venue for discussion and information exchange in addressing local issues and crime problems in communities as well as obtaining specific and broad feedback.

The dialogue sponsored by the Federation for Crime Prevention (FCP) was held on September 4, 2013, 1:00 PM at the Imelda Crisol-Roces Hall, NAPOLCOM Central Office. The Offices of Primary Responsibility (OPR) were the Prime Movers for Peace and Progress (PRIMO) and Federation of PoliceAccredited NGOs

Families

This year’s Search for Model PNP Families was pursued to show our appreciation to police officers and their families in keeping our communities safe. At the same time, the Search has been an opportunity for the Commission to achieve its mandate in developing credible police officers as responsible community members.

The awarding of winners highlighted the 47th NAPOLCOM Anniversary program, which was held on September 9, 2013. Senator Grace Poe awarded the trophies and cash prizes to the winning families.

the trophies and cash prizes to the winning families. The winning families for 2013 Model PNP

The winning families for 2013 Model PNP Families are as follows:

Solo Parent Category Most Outstanding

-

PO2 Celesty S. Español Model PNP Family Negros Oriental, Region 7 (Php 50,000.00 + Trophy)

Family Category

Most Outstanding

-

SPO2 Egmedio B. Felisan Model PNP Family Cebu City, Region 7 (Php 50,000.00 + Trophy)

1st Runner Up

-

PSI Dominador T. Apostol La Union, Region 1 (Php 30,000.00 + Trophy)

2nd Runner Up

-

PCI Elmer B. Sillador Sariaya, Quezon, Region 4-A (Php 20,000.00 + Trophy)

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4.

Information

and

Publicity

5.

Program

For media mileage, print, broadcast and new media were utilized to reach the intended beneficiaries. Press releases and ad placement were circulated nationwide through NAPOLCOM’s regional counterparts and the TWC member-agencies/ organizations.

 

In addition, Information- Education-Communication (IEC) materials were distributed to the public/commuters in bus terminals along Taft and Gil Puyat Avenues by the secretariat members, together with NAPOLCOM mascot Bantay.

6.

Awareness Drive on Crime and Drug Abuse Prevention and Con- trol

Likewise, the NAPOLCOM regional offices facilitated the conduct of 89 seminars on Crime Prevention and Drug Dependency Control in different schools. These activities were conducted in cooperation with the Department of Education and Commission on Higher Education.

Ugnayan

Pulisya sa Metro Manila

ng

Mamamayan

at

The National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) initiated the Grand Ugnayan, in consonance with the 19th NCPW celebration. The dialogue was held at the NCRPO Multi-purpose Center, Camp Bagong Diwa, Bicutan,Taguig City.

• Rehabilitation of minors engaged in illegal drugs

• Deployment of additional police personnel to minimize criminality

The issues and concerns raised

by the participants during the open forum were properly addressed by concerned offices/units, to wit:

• Elimination of “Batang Hamog” along C5 Road,Taguig City

• School fraternities

• Solution on illegal drugs

City • School fraternities • Solution on illegal drugs C rime P revention i nformation -

Crime Prevention information- eduCation-CommuniCation (ieC) materialS

Preparation and distribution of information-education- communication (IEC) materials on crime prevention is also one of the activities for crime prevention advocacies of the Commission. During the year, the following were reproduced and distributed:

Mind’s Eye

Tourists Safety Tips

Crime Prevention Emergency Directory

• Mga Dapat Gawin Upang Hadlangan ang Krimen

Gang Awareness

• Hot Heads

Cyber Safety Tips for Children

• Bomb and Explosives

• Rape – Reduce Chances of Becoming a Victim

Pito Tayo Laban sa Krimen

monitoring of the Student Crime Prevention CommitteeS (SCPCS) and Barangay PeaCe and order CommitteeS

(BPoCS)

Monitoring activities in the organization of Student Crime Prevention Committees (SCPCs) were also undertaken by NAPOLCOM. During the period, a total of 211 SCPCs and BPOCs were monitored by the Central and Regional Offices of the Commission through the cooperation of the different heads of educational institutions and barangay officials.

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Promotion of organizational effeCtiveneSS

human reSourCe develoPment Program

To further improve its administrative

(n=346).

Forum on the Peace in the Context

and operational capabilities, the Commission’s central and regional offices conducted or had participated-in in various in-house and offsite trainings/seminars

of Indigenous Peoples Participation and Consultation/Advancing the Promotion of ILO Convention 169 Oracle’s IT Solution for Public Safety

Organizations, Law Enforcement and

Among the major seminars/trainings • where the Commission’s personnel participated during the year are the following:

Judiciary Two-Day Training Program on the Unified Accounts Code Structure (UACS) and Online Submission of Budget Proposal System (OSBPS)

• Supervisory Development Course • (SDC)

Visioning and Planning Workshop in the Establishment of a National Crime

• CES Circle Forum “Ethical Leadership in Governance” Relative to the Career

and Justice Information System (NCJIS) One Day Lecture/Seminar on Republic

Executive Service (CES) 40th Year Founding Anniversary with the Theme “Fit @ 40: Renewing our Past, Leading the Future”

Act No. 9710 Otherwise Known as the “Magna Carta of Women” 15th Session of the Integrated Gabay ng Paglilingkod (I-Gabay) Course

• Continuation of the Capacity Building • 8th Session of the CES Executive

Leadership and Wellness Camp with the Theme “Detox, Destress, Discover and Deliver: A CES Work-Life Balance Camp Briefing on Enhanced Guidelines on the Strategic Performance Management System (SPMS) Seminar-Workshop on Administrative Justice • Medium Term Information and Communication Technology Harmonization Initiative (MITHI) Second Plenary

• 14th National Lawyers Convention

• Performance Governance System (PGS) Boot Camp

• 2nd Alam (Advancing Libraries, Archives and Museums) Seminar with the Theme “Alam 2013: Improving Services Through Adaptability of New and Existing Technologies and • Initiatives”

Training on the Philippine Government Internal Audit Manual (PGAIM) Modules 2 to 8

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• Performance Management: Strategies and Breakthroughs

• Capacity Building Workshop on Developing Lobbying Skills

• 3rd CES Club Session on “Philippine Art: Folk and Fine”

• CES Circle Forum on “Mainstreaming E (Effective + Efficient) - Governance

• Basic Customer Service Skills (BCSS) Training

• Two-Day Training on International Humanitarian Law

• Laws and Rules on Government Expenditures Seminar of the Professional and Institutional Development Sector

• 12th National Convention on Statistics (NCS)

• Seminar-Workshop on Records Disposition Administration

• 12th Annual CES Conference on “Fit @ 40! Renewing our Past, Leading the Future”

• Seminar-Workshop on Dangerous Drugs Law for Judges, Prosecutors and Law Enforcers

Drugs Law for Judges, Prosecutors and Law Enforcers Meanwhile, two (2) of the Commission’s employees who

Meanwhile, two (2) of the Commission’s employees who have undergone the National Defense College of the Philippines (NDCP) and the Development Academy of the Philippines’ (DAP) scholarship programs graduated this year. Ms. Eleanor E. Cenzon was conferred with the degree of Masters in Development Management (MDM) under the Public Management Development Program-Middle Managers Class (PMDP-MMC) in January, while, on the other hand, Ms.Julieta P. Rañeses was conferred with the degree of Master in National Security Administration.

with the degree of Master in National Security Administration. Ms. Julieta P. Rañeses NDCP Ms. Eleanor

Ms. Julieta P. Rañeses NDCP

with the degree of Master in National Security Administration. Ms. Julieta P. Rañeses NDCP Ms. Eleanor

Ms. Eleanor E. Cenzon DAP

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information SyStem StrategiC Plan

(iSSP)

I n its effort to further facilitate the delivery of internal operations and basic services, the Commission continued maintaining and developing various applications systems under its ISSP. For 2013, Crime Prevention Program Information System (CPPIS) has been deployed at the Commission’s

Crime Prevention and Coordination Human Resource Management NAPOLCOM Website – provides

System (HRMS) – maintains database of personnel records of NAPOLCOM employees particularly on education, service records, trainings, leave credits, performance

evaluation, and other relevant PNP Disciplinary Machinery

Information System (PDMIS) – maintains database of PNP members with administrative cases filed in the different authorities and allows generation of statistical report on the status of administrative disciplinary and appealed cases filed before the PLEB, Mayors, PNP officials and by the NAPOLCOM NAB and RABs

information necessary for manpower planning, evaluation and development

the public with information about the Commission’s programs, projects and activities as well as issuances, among others

of operation, purchases and other requests, job requests, requests for pre-repair inspection, canvass sheet, requests for price quotation, memorandum receipts, and other reports are generated by the system

NAPOLCOM Mobile Inquiry System or Text NAPOLCOM – allows NAPOLCOM clientele to inquire results on police entrance and promotional examinations, and status of pension and benefit claims

Service for testing. The said system shall provide comprehensive information about crime prevention projects and activities of the agencies involved in the Criminal Justice System. Likewise, the Library Information System (LIS) which shall provide comprehensive information on the Commission’s library resources such as books, journals, papers, manuals, thesis, periodicals, newspapers, is being developed. The following application systems are also maintained to facilitate processing of various services of the Commission:

On-line Examination Application Scheduling System (OLEASS) – a web-based/online scheduling on filing of applications for the PNP Entrance and Promotional Examinations

PNP Promotional and Entrance Examination System (PPEES) – processes applications and results of the various police examinations administered by the Commission

NAPOLCOM Pensioner’s Payroll System (NPPS) – processes and generates the monthly pension payroll of permanently incapacitated police personnel or their qualified beneficiaries, corresponding acknowledgement receipts, checks and notices of pension of beneficiaries under P.D. Nos. 448 and 1184

Women and Children Complaint Standard Reporting System (WCCSRS) – maintains database of information on victims of trafficking (women and children) to include information on the offender as well as the type of offense and evidence gathered

NAPOLCOM Payroll System (NPS) – automates the processing of the monthly payroll of employees of the central office as well as deduction registries, employee’s payslips and remittance lists

Document Tracking System (DTS) – facilitates the tracking of documents and identifies bottleneck in the processing of documents within the Commission

Temporary Room Assignment List System (TRALS) – automates the processing of applicant’s data, generation of admission slips and temporary room assignment lists for the PNP Entrance and Promotional Examinations

• Benefit Claims Management Information System (BCMIS) – maintains database of all claimants on death, permanent disability and scholarship benefits as provided for under P.D. Nos. 448 and 1184

costs, current location, condition and accountable person. It also Regional Personnel Payroll

System (RPPS) – automates the processing of the monthly payroll of NAPOLCOM Regional Employees as well as deduction registries,employee’s payslips and remittance lists

keeps track of all Requisition Issue Vouchers and Purchase Order and provide update/status on each type of document. Reports such as annual procurement plan, equipment procurement plan, quarterly report

Purchasing and Property Management System – provides information on NAPOLCOM’s corporate and acquired assets to include description, acquisition

o n g ender and d eveloPment (gad) During the year, a total of 360

on gender and develoPment

(gad)

During the year, a total of 360 GAD projects/activities were implemented by the Commission’s central and regional offices. Most of these activities were conducted in March to highlight the annual observance of Women’s Month. The most common activities undertaken during the said occasion include hanging of Streamers with the theme “Kababaihan:

Gabay sa Pagtahak sa Tuwid na Daan” and participation of Commission’s personnel in parades during kick-off ceremonies which are held simultaneously in various parts of the country. Other major activities implemented during the period under review include the following:

Conduct of fora/orientations/ lectures:

- “Kapihan, Kainan at Usapang Pangkababaihan” with Mr. Nataniel “Tani” Cruz as Inspirational Speaker

- Magna Carta of Women with focus on its Implementing Rules and Regulations and Health and Welfare Component of the Law

- New Trends in Gender and Development

- R.A.No.9262 (Anti-ViolenceAgainst Women and Their Children Act)

- Republic Act No. 9208 (Anti- Trafficking in Persons)

- Basic Information on HIV and Aids and Republic Act No. 8505 (Rape Victim Assistance Law)

- Republic Act No. 8972 (Solo Parent Act of 2009)

- Republic Act No. 9775 (Anti- Pornography Act of 2009)

- Republic Act No. 9344 (Juvenile Act)

- GA-WINGs Strategic Planning for

2014

- Women’s Forum and Conduct of Grooming and Personality Development Seminar

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Training of Trainees for Community Educators on Human Trafficking • MOVE Leadership Training and Recognition of MOVE Officers Film Showings on GAD-related issues/ concerns

• Participation to physical fitness activities and lectures to promote health and wellness

• Stress Debriefing Sessions for NAPOLCOM officials and employees

• Conduct of lectures on Welfare Benefits for PNP Spouses and Dependents

• Mainstreaming and monitoring of GAD into the regular function of the Commission

- Maintenance of gender- disaggregated data

- Assessment of the implementation of Sec. 58 of R.A. 8551-Prioritization of Women for Recruitment

- Monitoring of facilities and performance of WCPCs/WCPDs in various regions

- On-the-spot check by Task 4 to Central Police District (Galas, La Loma, Batasan, Lagro, Sangandaan and Novaliches Police Stations)

- On-the-spot inspection of WCPDs in all police stations in the NCRPO

Aside from these, the Commission’s central and regional offices submitted its 2013 GAD Plan and
Aside from these, the Commission’s
central and regional offices submitted its
2013 GAD Plan and Budget,quarterly and
semi-annual reports of accomplishments
to requiring agencies such as the DILG
and Philippine Commission on Women.
Various GAD meetings were also actively
participated-in by representatives of
the Commission to further strengthen
linkages/networking with other GAD
member agencies. Furthermore, GAD
information corners are continuously
maintained to provide the Commission’s
personnel and clients information on the
latest GAD trends and issues.

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PuBliC

information

on PnP

PerSonnel

tranSaCtionS

N APOLCOM also processed

various PNP personnel

transactions including application

of clearances, promotion and designation orders, retirement, confirmation of promotional appointments, grant of age and height waivers, among others. For the year 2013, a total of 532 designation orders of PNP officers to key positions, 26 applications for special promotion, 687 regular promotions, 4,654 compulsory/optional retirement, 1,546 age/height waivers, 108 training/detail service of uniformed and non-uniformed PNP personnel, and 111 confirmation of promotional appointments were catered through the issuance of corresponding Resolution. Likewise, a total of 15,878 Certificates of Clearance were issued to PNP members who either applied for promotion, retirement, schooling, reassignment, loans, resignations, benefit claims, or commendation, among others.

resignations, benefit claims, or commendation, among others. T he Public Information Division, Personnel and
resignations, benefit claims, or commendation, among others. T he Public Information Division, Personnel and

T he Public Information Division, Personnel and Administrative Service (PID-PAS) and NAPOLCOM

Regional Offices undertook various

information activities to increase public DZEC. awareness on the programs, policies and

Among the issues tackled during the media interviews were the controversial Atimonan rubout on January 6, 2013 involving P/Supt. Hansel Marantan and 14

releases and five (5) media advisories CALABARZON cops, PNP checkpoint which were published in the print and procedures, promotion of police officers

services of the NAPOLCOM.

interviews were aired live over Radyo Patrol Balita, Failon Ngayon and Flash Report (DZMM Teleradyo); and over the news programs of DZBB, DZAR, DZRJ and

For this year, the Commission disseminated 26 press releases, 13 photo

on-line publication of the Manila Bulletin, with pending cases, prescribed attire for Philippine Daily Inquirer, Philippine Star, police security, Manila Vice Mayor Isko Manila Times, Manila Standard Today, Moreno’s filing of administrative case

Malaya, Tribune, Balita, Tempo, People’s

against 31 Manila Police District personnel

Journal, Bandera, Bulgar and Pilipino Star before the Commission, and PNP exam

Ngayon.The most significant press releases were the imposition of stiffer sanctions on PNP exam cheating, the amendment on the

With regard to the regular monitoring

qualification standards for appointment to of news reports, a total of 2,391 news

articles concerning the NAPOLCOM and the PNP and other news items of national interest were monitored. It likewise analyzed 529 news reports which may serve as reference material in policy

Further, 22 taped and live on-cam formulation. interviews, 11 phone patch interviews and

22 print media interviews of NAPOLCOM

Vice-Chairman and Executive Officer extended assistance to 4,362 walk-in

Eduardo U. Escueta and other Commission

officials

on-cam interviews were featured in TV request for information. Patrol, Bandila and Failon Ngayon (ABS

It also undertook 242 documentations

CBN 2); Aksyon, Reaksyon, Presinto 5

and T3 Reload (TV 5); 24 Oras, Saksi and of the various programs, projects and

activities of the Commission and its key officials for historical purposes.

Imbestigador (GMA 7); Solar News (Solar TV); and Kape at Balita and State of the Nation (GMA News TV). The phonepatch

cheating.

PNP ranks, the setting of guidelines on the grant of waiver for initial entry into the PNP, and the approval of prescribed attire for police security.

During the period, the Commission

clients, researchers, e-mailers, callers and media representatives on their queries and

were facilitated. The taped and

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MAJOR FINAL OUTPUT 2

PolIce BenefIts adMInIstratIon servIces

OUTPUT 2 P olIce B enefIts a dMInIstratIon s ervIces A dministration of the PNP Scholarship
OUTPUT 2 P olIce B enefIts a dMInIstratIon s ervIces A dministration of the PNP Scholarship
OUTPUT 2 P olIce B enefIts a dMInIstratIon s ervIces A dministration of the PNP Scholarship

A dministration of the PNP Scholarship Program

I nvestigation, Adjudication and Payment of Claims for Sickness, Permanent Disability and Death Benefits of PNP Members, including Pension.

If the pensioner dies within five (5) years from retirement due to permanent

and death and survivorship benefits to total disability, his/her qualified survivor

their beneficiaries pursuant to Presidential Decree Nos. 448 and 1184. The said Presidential Decrees specifically provides the following welfare benefit packages to PNP members who become permanently incapacitated:

The Commission adjudicates and pays for permanent disability to PNP members,

may request for the transfer of the monthly pension benefits for the remainder of the five-year guaranteed period.

During the year, the Commission received 550 applications for benefit claims. This include claims carried over

• gratuity equivalent to one (1) year from 2012 (n=187) and claims received

in 2013 (n=363). Of these claims, 342 were investigated. Meanwhile, total claims

• lifetime monthly pension equivalent to for adjudication in 2013 reached 458 80% of member’s basic monthly salary of which 320 or 69.87% were already

adjudicated. Of the 342 claims which were adjudicated, 388 were approved while 32 were disapproved. Aggregated amount paid to the beneficiaries in 2013 totaled P620,014,691.79, as shown in the following table.

• reimbursement of reasonable medical and hospitalization expenses, and

• restoration of deducted leave credits from absences incurred by reason of the ailment or injury

salary based on the member’s last basic monthly salary

Amount of Police Welfare Benefits (PDs 1184 and 448) Paid to Qualified PNP Members/Beneficiaries in 2013

 

Death Benefits

Permanent Total Disability (PD 448)

PARTICULARS

(PD 1184)

No.

Amount

No.

Amount

Medical & Hospitalization

222

6,268,804.54

397

18,777,634.23

Gratuity

357

68,698,226.84

76

17,716,629.41

Burial

355

16,555,512.43

2

278,004.00

Pension

864

268,144,944.50

1,809

223,574,935.84

TOTAL

1,798

359,667,488.31

2,284

260,347,203.48

The Commission also administers could be paid directly to the colleges/

universities or through reimbursement of expenses incurred by the scholar through parent/guardian. During the year, the Commission paid a total of P11,746,333.80 to 802 scholars who are enrolled at the primary, secondary and tertiary levels in various educational institutions nationwide.

the PNP Scholarship Program pursuant to Republic Act No. 6963. As provided for under the said Act, surviving legitimate children of police personnel who are killed or become permanently incapacitated while in line of duty are granted scholarship benefits which include payment for tuition fees and miscellaneous expenses. Benefits

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other concern(s)

Participation in the PNP Recruitment and Promotion Program

F or 2013, the PNP had a total

recruitment quota of 9,000 Police

Officer I to be distributed in various

Police Regional Offices (PROs) and for the National Support Units (SAF-Special Action Force, MG-Maritime Group and ASG-Aviation Security Group) as shown below. Representatives from respective NAPOLCOM Central and Regional Offices were sent to various recruitment venues to facilitate the screening of applicants and to ensure that prescribed policies for the PNP recruitment are strictly complied with. During the screening process, applicants have to undergo and pass the Intelligence Quotient Examination, Physical Agility Test (PAT), Neurological and Psychiatric Examinations, Physical, Medical and Dental

Examinations as well as Drug Test to qualify for the interview and final selection. A total of 6,642 or 73.80% have already been filled-up out of the 9,000 total recruitment quota.

Aside from recruitment of Police Officer 1, NAPOLCOM representatives for PNP Promotion Boards (PCO Promotion Boards, PNCO Promotion Boards, Lateral Entry Board) were sent to the PNP to evaluate candidates for promotion in various ranks. In 2013, the PNP had a total promotional quota of 48,612 of which 26,112 PNP personnel filed their application. Out of the 26,112 PNP personnel who have undergone the screening, only 23,350 or 89.42% were successful.The 23,350 successful applicants represent only 48.03% of the total (n=48,612) promotional vacancies.

OFFICE/

 

Quota

Filled-Up

UNIT

Regular

Attrition

Total

No.

%

PRO 1

130

260

390

387

99.23

PRO 2

63

126

189

189

100.00

PRO 3

400

844

1,244

848

68.17

PRO 4A

450

949

1,399

649

46.39

PRO 4B

61

122

183

183

100.00

PRO 5

167

334

501

339

67.66

PRO 6

225

450

675

605

89.63

PRO 7

230

460

690

374

54.20

PRO 8

94

188

282

274

97.16

PRO 9

46

92

138

103

74.64

PRO 10

102

204

306

306

100.00

PRO 11

121

242

363

363

100.00

PRO 12

124

248

372

372

100.00

PRO 13

37

100

137

137

100.00

PRO COR

25

100

125

125

100.00

PRO ARMM

25

50

75

33

44.00

NCRPO

400

631

1,031

1,030

99.90

SAF

200

350

550

109

19.82

MG

100

200

300

166

55.33

ASG

 

50

50

50

100.00

TOTAL

3,000

6,000

9,000

6,642

73.80

   

1ST SEMESTER

 

2ND SEMESTER

 

TOTAL

RANK

Quota

Interviewed

Promoted

Quota

Interviewed

Promoted

Quota

Interviewed

Promoted

PSUPT

327