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Introduction The Police Administration Division directs the overall activities of the Police Department to accomplish the mission

and goals of the Department, ensuring that Department resources are used in the most efficient and effective manner. The Chief of Police directly supervises the Office Coordinator and the two Division Captains for the Patrol and Support Services Divisions. The Administration Division is responsible for coordinating Police Department efforts with other City Departments, with other criminal justice agencies, and with the community. The Administration Division also works with regional, state and national organizations to enhance the ability of the Police Department to ensure the safety of all persons in the community. The Administration Division is also responsible for submitting an Annual Report to Council, requesting and managing grant funding, updating policies and procedures, and obtaining state-wide accreditation through the Oregon Accreditation Alliance.

OPERATION Jobs or tasks consisting of one or more elements or subtasks, performed typically in one location.

RECORD An item or collection of data To set down in writing: furnish written evidence of 1. Document that memorializes and provides objective evidence of activities performed, events occurred, resultsachieved, or statements made. Records are created/received by an organization in routine transaction of its business or in pursuance of its legal obligations. A record may consist of two or more documents.

2. All documented information, regardless of its characteristics, media, physical form, and the manner it is recorded or stored. Records include accounts, agreements, books, drawings, letters, magnetic/optical disks, memos, micrographics, etc. Generally speaking, records function as evidence of activities, whereas documents function as evidence of intentions.

PATROL A patrol is commonly a group of personnel, such as police officers or soldiers, that are assigned to monitor a specific geographic area.

TRAFFIC Traffic on roads may consist of pedestrians, ridden or herded animals, vehicles, streetcars and other conveyances, either singly or together, while using the public way for purposes of travel. Traffic laws are the laws which govern traffic and regulate vehicles, while rules of the road are both the laws and the informal rules that may have developed over time to facilitate the orderly and timely flow of traffic. Organized traffic generally has well-established priorities, lanes, right-of-way, and traffic control at intersections. Traffic is formally organized in many jurisdictions, with marked lanes, junctions, intersections, interchanges, traffic signals, or signs. Traffic is often classified by type: heavy motor vehicle (e.g., car, truck); other vehicle (e.g., moped, bicycle); and pedestrian. Different classes may share speed limits and easement, or may be segregated. Some jurisdictions may have very detailed and complex rules of the road while others rely more on drivers' common sense and willingness to cooperate.

WOMENS DESK Women's Desk is a Philippine public affairs program that seeks help for women and children in need. Womens Desk is a public affairs program that empowers women and children by informing them of their rights and privileges to better protect themselves from abuse. The show involves re-enacted narration and actual video footages of abuses usually involving women and children. The people behind the show make efforts to rescue these victims from their situation and bring them to a better place. Aside from rescuing victims, they also give viewers, more specifically victims of abuses, tips on what to do during certain situations. The show also gives the victims links to proper organizations to help them get back on track.

HUMAN RIGHTS The Commission on Human Rights is an independent office created by the Constitution of the Philippines, with the primary function of investigating all forms of human rights violations involving civil and political rights in the Philippines.[1] The Commission is composed of a Chairperson and four members. The Constitution requires that a majority of the Commissions members must be lawyers.

REPORT IN INTERN II

SUBMITTED BY: Gilbert C. Ibaez

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Dexter Hipolito Instructor