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IMPLAN
“SAKLOLO
2014”
(Policing During
Disaster)
1. REFERENCES:
a. Memo Circular Number 2013-021 re Critical
Incident Management Operational Procedures
(CIMOP) dated December 13, 2013;
b. LOI 35/10 “SAKLOLO Revised 2010” dated
August 20, 2010;
c. Republic Act No. 10121 (The Philippine Disaster
Risk Reduction and Management Act of 2010)
dated May 27, 2010.
2. SITUATION:
The geographical location of the
Philippines, being situated between the Pacific and
Eurasian Plates, makes it a constant target of highly
destructive natural disaster and calamities, such as
storm surges, floods, tidal waves, landslides, volcanic
eruptions and earthquakes. With at least 22 tropical
storms traversing every year and compounded
periodically by high-intensity earthquakes in an
average of six years, the country experienced the
dislocation of thousands of families, loss of many
lives, massive destruction to property and
agricultural products, and tremendous effect on its
economy.
2. SITUATION:
With the increasing damage caused
by these natural disasters, the Philippine
Government enacted into law Republic Act
No. 10121 on May 27, 2010, which further
strengthens the Philippine Disaster Risk
Reduction and Management System, provides
for the National Disaster Risk Reduction and
Management Framework, and institutionalizes
the National Disaster Risk Reduction and
Management Plan.
2. SITUATION:

In order to keep abreast with the


national government’s enhanced concepts on
disaster risk reduction and management
system, the Philippine National Police (PNP)
revisited and revised its disaster preparedness
and response operations which led to the
crafting of the Policing during Disaster.
2. SITUATION:

For purposes of this IMPLAN, natural


disaster shall include but not limited to floods,
typhoons, storm surge, tidal waves, tsunamis,
drought, volcanic eruptions, earthquakes,
landslides and other natural disasters that
may lead to colossal loss of lives and
properties.
3. MISSION:
The PNP, as a member agency of the
National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management
Council (NDRRMC) which is the principal policy-
making and coordinating body, shall conduct disaster
risk reduction and management activities through a
three-stage approach, namely, Pro-active Assessment
Stage, Disaster Incident Management and Support to
Recovery and Rehabilitation efforts. This will be
supervised by the PNP Critical Incident Management
Committee headed by The Deputy Chief, PNP for
Operations (TDCO) and to be carried-out by TDPCR as
Chairman/Task Coordinator, PNP Sub Committee on
Disaster Management (PNP SCDM).
4. EXECUTION:

The PNP shall observe the concept of


disaster risk reduction and management program of the
NDRRMC, being the principal policy-making and
coordinating body, in the operationalization of its three-
stage disaster preparedness and response operations to
be executed by TDPCR, Chairman/Task Coordinator, PNP
Sub-Committee on Disaster Management (PNP SCDM)
as stipulated under Memorandum Circular Number
2013-021 re Critical Incident Management Operational
Procedures (CIMOP).
a. Concept of Operation:

3 Stage Policing During


Disaster
3 Stage Policing During Disaster
(IMPLAN SAKLOLO 2014)
BEFORE ALARM
•Participate in disaster drills
simulation exercises and S
trainings;
•Capability enhancement through
U
Activation of the following: P
procurement of SAR Equipment D I • Disaster Incident Law and Order;
upon the availability of funds; P
•Periodic auditing and inspection I N Management Task Groups O
of SAR Personnel and Equipment S C twenty-four (24) hours prior to R
to ensure operational readiness; the expected landfall;
P • Assist in the conduct of risk- A I T
•PNP SCDM;
R mapping and identification of S D
disaster prone areas • PNP National Disaster T
E •Identification of evacuation T E Operations Center at the PNP O
routes and evacuation centers for E N National Operations Center;
the public and family of PNP first Security to relief operations;
Impending D responders; R T •Incident Command Post by E
Disaster/ I • Identification of vital Task Groups whose area is hit A
Calamity installations and business by the disaster;
S establishments prone to O M R
A looting; C A L
•Production and distribution of Y
S IEC materials; C N Support NDRRMC in disaster
T •Assistance to community U A response;
preparation &
E mobilization activities. R G
Assistance to forced
R E E R
Security and traffic
AFTER ALARM relocation/evacuation of E
• Forced evacuation for PNP N M residents; management operations .
C
families and direct them to C E
proceed to the PNP evacuation O
centers; E N Conduct of appropriate V
• Assist in the forced evacuation S T disaster response & police E
of civilians as requested; intervention in support to R
• Target hardening of PNP LDRRMC.
buildings establishments; Y
• Alert all PNP Personnel and
prepare and inspect SAR
equipment for deployment;
Level 1 • Prepare rations for SAR Level 2 Level 3
Personnel good for ten (10) days;
(Green) • Coordination and linkages with (Red) (White)
LDRRMC.
PNP Disaster Management
SubCom
PNP SCDM ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

TDCO
Chairman PNP NHQ CIMC

TDO
Vice-Chairman
Members: TDPRM, TDI,
C,NOC,DO
TDO,TDL, TDC,
Head Secretariat
TDIDM, TDPCR

PNP SUB-COMMITTEE ON PNP SCDM


DISASTER MANAGEMENT
TDPCR - Chairman/Task Coordinator
DDPCR- Deputy Chairman

Members:
DPRM, DI, DL CAD, DPCR
DPL, DC, DIDM, DHRDD Secretariat
DRD, DICTM, NOC

RESERVED NSUs
PRO DIMTG NHQ DIMTG
IAS, LS, AVSEGROUP, PRBS,
Concerned D, SAF – TG Commander
CHS,
Regional
NSUs
PPO/CPO DIMTG Tasked NSUs
(SAF, PCRG, MG, CIDG,
CLG, HPG, PSPG, CSG,
City/Police Station IG, ITMS, HSS, LSS,
DIMTG CES, HS, FS, TS,
ES, PIO, AKG,
Disaster Incident
Management Task Groups
PNP DISASTER INCIDENT MANAGEMENT TASK GROUP (DIMTG)
Organization Structure PRO/PPO/CPO/CPS/MPS

Incident Commander-
RDRRMC DRDO
Dep IC- C,ROPD

Advisory Group
RCDS & All R-Staff
Public Information Officer
Liaison Officer
C, RPIO
C, RPCRD

Safety Officer
C,IOS, RPCRD

Operation/Plan Staff Budget & Logistic Staff ADMIN Staff


C, RPCRD C, RLD C, RPHRDD

STG Search & Rescue STG Budget & Fiscal


GC, RPSB AC, RCD STG Personnel
Management
STG Evacuation & Relief STG Logistic & Engrg Service C,RMS
C, RHS AC, RLD
STG Legal Assistance
STG Security & Traffic STG Medical Service
C, RLS
C, RHPG RHS

STG Investigation &Victim STG Communication


Identification Service
AC, RDIDM C,RCES

Other Concerned NSUS STG Transportation Service


AC,RLD
Other Gov’t Agencies
Other Concerned NSUs

Other Gov’t Agencies


NHQ DISASTER INCIDENT MANAGEMENT TASK GROUP (DIMTG)

Incident Commander-
NDRRMC D,SAF
Dep IC- D, PCRG

Advisory Group
All DIPOs
Public Information Officer
Liaison Officer
C, PIO
DD, PCRG

Safety Officer
C,CADD, PCRG

Operation/Plan Staff Budget & Logistic Staff ADMIN Staff


DD, SAF DD, LSS DD,DPRM

STG Search & Rescue STG Budget & Fiscal


STG Personnel
Management
STG Evacuation & Relief STG Logistic & Engrg
Service

STG Security & Traffic STG Legal Assistance


STG Medical Service
C, RHPG

STG Investigation &Victim STG Communication


Identification Service

Other Concerned NSUS STG Transportation


Service
Other Gov’t Agencies
Other Concerned NSUs

Other Gov’t Agencies


PNP Cluster Approach
Annex “E”
PNP CLUSTER APPROACH CHART
PNP LEVEL COUNTRY GLOBAL
NDRRMC CLUSTER (Office of Primary LEVEL (IASC Country
Responsibility) (Government Lead) Team Counterpart )

Health, WASH , Nutrition and Psychosocial DOH, DepEd


1 HS UNICEF, WHO
Services

2 Food and Non Food items PCRG DSWD IOM, ILO

Camp Management,
3 WCPC DSWD WFP
Emergency Shelter and Livelihood
4 Logistics DL OCD/NDRRMC OPCEN WFP
5 Emergency Telecommunications CES, NOC OCD/NDRRMC OPCEN WFP

6 Search, Rescue and Retrieval SAF OCD/NDRRMC OPCEN

7 Education PNP is not a member Dep Ed UNICEF

8 Agriculture PNP is not a member DA FAO

9 Permanent Shelter and Livelihood PNP is not a member DSWD FAO, WFP

Early Recovery PNP is not a member OCD UNDP


10

Management of the Dead PNP CL LGU (proposed)


11

Note: The PNP Units indicated are the official representative


to the respective NDRMMC CLUSTER.
Incident Command System &
Cluster Approach
Annex “F”

ICS AND CLUSTER RELATIONSHIP


A

CLUSTER

ICS

D
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b. Tasks:

Line Units‘ Disaster Protocol


Office of
Primary
Activities Administrative Requirements
Responsibi
lity
 Issues and files Office
 Organizes Disaster Incident Management Task Group (DIMTG) and Search, Rescue and Retrieval
Orders
(SRR) Teams
Admin
 Reminds all 1st responders to secure/evacuate their family to safe area before disaster strikes
 Requests for additional personnel from other units if necessary

 Updates Security Survey


 Coordinates with Local Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (LDRRMC) to survey
Report with updated
Intelligence all critical infrastructures. Uses Security Survey Reports and Strategic Information Matrix (SIM)
pictures of infrastructure
attached as reference.
before disaster.
 Prepares After Activity
 Coordinates with the LDRRMC, PAG-ASA /Project NOAH, PHIVOLCSand other government
Report
agencies for advisory and identification of hazard areas.
 Tweets pictures of Pre-
 Assists in the dissemination of sea travel advisory to sea crafts.
Disaster activities,
 Provides traffic advisory to prevent motorists from entering the danger zone/restricted areas.
tag@pnpdpcrcad.
 Assists in forced relocation/pre-emptive evacuation of residents in flood-prone /landslide prone
areas in coordination with corresponding LDRRMC and other concerned agencies.
 Patrol base located near rivers or bodies water should be evacuated in case of possible flash
foods. Likewise, those located near mountains and hills should be evacuated in case of possible
landslides;
 Prepares/Plan for immediate/emergency evacuation using the pre-designated escape routes
Operations towards designated evacuation centers or to higher grounds in coordination with concerned
government agencies.
 Prepares a Contingency Plan for the “Worst Possible Scenario”.
 Institutes police visibility in vacated areas.
 Provides security at designated Evacuation Centers.
 Prepositions Search, Rescue and Retrieval (SRR) Teams and available medical teams for timely
and rapid response if needed.
 Activates the DIMTG as the situation may require and in coordination with the LDRRMC (Refer to
“IMPLAN SAKLOLO 2014” for the Level of Activation of DIMTGs.
 Maintains contact with lower, adjacent and higher units.
 Maintains peace and order.
 Updates Property and
 Strengthens resilience of emergency telecommunications. Brings down antennas. Equipment Inventory
 Ensures readiness of the SRR equipment and supplies to support operational
requirements (eg. rubber boat, utility rope, floating device, multi-tool items, 30L of
GOL for generator, flashlights with extra battery, communications equipment, first aid
kit, MRE, etc.).
 Reinforces the Police Station/Office to ensure that it can withstand the strong winds.
Logistics Secures the building by using tie-downs, anchoring, putting straps or braces, sand
bagging, and putting plasters or storm shutters to protect glass windows, etc.
 Removes any metal, stone or large decorations/hangings from the exterior design of
the building. These will become projectiles in strong winds, etc.
 Puts important documents and equipment (ex. Computers, printers, scanners, etc.) in
a water proof container.
 Requests and receives SRR equipment from higher offices, LGUs and NGOs.

 Tweets pictures of
 Coordinates with the LDRRMC, PAG-ASA/Project NOAH, PHIVOLCS and other Pre-Disaster
government agencies for advisory. activities,tag
 Assists LGU in alerting residents thru previously established warning system: @pnpdpcrcad.
 Patrol car sirens;  Prepares After Activity
 Ringing of church bells; Report
PCR  Use of megaphones.
 Local Radio Broadcasts
 Gets support from concerned private sectors and volunteers to help monitor and
disseminate weather reports to other force multipliers every 4 hours and require them
to preposition their Barangay SRR assets for deployment and advises all 1 st
responders to secure/evacuate their family to safe area before disaster strikes.

Finance  Procures supplies.  Cash book record


 Coordinates with local health unit for availability of body bags.  Prepares After Activity
Investigation
 Ensures availability of fingerprint identification kit. Report
OPR Activities Administrative
Requirements
Admin  Generates additional personnel for deployment, if necessary.  Issues and files Office
Orders
Intelligence  Monitors areas prone to looting.

 Assists in the imposition of forced relocation of remaining residents to evacuation


centers in coordination with the LDRRMC.
 Conducts Search, Rescue, and Retrieval operations in coordination with LDRRMC and
other concerned government agencies.
 Provides security during the conduct of Search, Rescue, and Retrieval Operations by
other concerned agencies.
 NLT 1 hour after impact,
 Monitors road conditions particularly major thoroughfares and provide appropriate
txt to NOC (09192821142
signage/ detours/ alternate routes and relays to NOC/LDRRMC for information of the
or 09279214193), PTOC,
SRR Teams and the motoring public.
RTOC in 5W &1H on
 Coordinates with MMDA/DPWH, re passable route for General Dispatch Vehicles (GDV).
Operations initial effects of disaster
 Assists/augments severely affected adjacent PNP units/offices until such time said
in AOR
local police unit/s have recovered from the disaster and are ready to handle the
 Tweets pictures of During
incident.
Disaster activities, tag
 Establishes an Advance Command Post of the Disaster Incident Management Task
@pnpdpcrcad
Group when deemed necessary.
 Ensures Police Security Assistance to maintain safety and order inside Evacuation
Camps.
 Coordinates with LDRRMC/OCD and DSWD regarding security in food
repacking/distribution centers.
 Maintains contact with lower, adjacent and higher units.

Logistics  Monitors the situation.


 Documents action photos of responders and initial effects of disaster in AOR.  Tweets pictures of During
PCR  Constantly coordinates/updates with barangay officials. Disaster activities, tag
 Assists concerned agencies in the conduct of medical assistance. @pnpdpcrcad
Finance  Monitors the situation.
Investigation  Monitors areas prone to looting.
 Issues and files office orders on
changes. Gives to Finance copy
 Conducts accounting of personnel
office orders of SAR organization
Admin  Requests for more personnel from PPO/PRO, if necessary
 Sends request to PPO for more
 Requests for Disaster Relief Medal for responders personnel
 Sends request for awards
 Txt to PPO updated SIM every 5PM
 Provides daily updates for Strategic Information Matrix (SIM) containing damaged infrastructure, human daily for consolidation.
Intelligence victims, Economy, barangay &households w/o power, water & cellphone signal.  Tweets pictures of Post-Disaster
 Acts on looting incidents. effects on infrastructure, tag
@pnpdpcrcad
 Tweets pictures of Post-Disaster
activities, tag @pnpdpcrcad.
Dispatches personnel to conduct the following when necessary:
 Txt to NOC (09192821142 or
 Deploy personnel for SRR Operations;
09279214193), RTOC and PTOC
 Establish Incident Command Post to restore Law and Order;
all personnel dispatch to
 Security to VIPs, multinational/local humanitarians;
ongoing disaster related activity
 Arrest of looting suspects; and,
in 5W &1H and should contain
 Other disaster related activities;
the ff:
 Assists the concerned government agencies in clearing of major routes from debris and obstacles.
 Tm leader and # of personnel
 Provides security to relief shelters/delivery of relief goods.
Operations deployed
 Ensures continued presence of security personnel in evacuation centers.
 Establishes close coordination with DRRMC Cluster lead agencies.  Duration of activity
 Informs NOC and local DRRMC re progress and situation updates for the information of the higher headquarters  Area of deployment
and the monitoring public.  Activity conducted
 Allows residents to return home only when DRRMC officials have declared the area safe.  Result of operation, if any
 Conducts de-briefing with concerned agencies to determine the probable areas to improve based on the  PNP issued vehicle w/ plate #
previous responses.
used
 Maintains contact with lower, adjacent and higher units.
 Water assets used, if any
 Notable incident
 Puts up antenna.  Sends property and equipment
Logistics  Conducts damage inventory on PNP buildings, vehicles, equipment…etc. damage report and request for
 Delivers meals to PNP responders. POL augmentation
 Continuous documentation of personnel action photos.
 Coordinates with Regional/Provincial Health Service for additional medical support and conduct of stress  Tweets pictures of Post-Disaster
PCR
debriefing. activities, tag @pnpdpcrcad.
 Coordinates with NGOs re possible assistance to repacking of relief goods/humanitarian support.
 Requests for Additional Subsistence Allowance (ASA).  Sends ASA request
Finance
 Delivers meals to PNP responders.  Cash book record
 Assists NBI/PNP SOCO for Dead Victims Identification (DVI).
 Investigates looting, hoarding, price manipulation…etc.  Sends incident report
Investigation  Sets up a WCPD at Evacuation Centers with a private space for intervening SGBV victims/child victims of  Tweets pictures of Post-Disaster
violence, and victims of sexual abuse activities, tag @pnpdpcrcad.
 Coordinates with LSWDO and local health officer for the handling of VAWC cases.
Strategic Information Matrix

An Annex to Line Units’ Protocol


ANNEX “H”
PNP National and Regional
Offices Disaster Protocol
ADMINISTRATIVE
Cluster MEMBER/s ACTIVITIES
REQUIREMENTS
 Attends coordinating conferences and linkages.
 Creates a Technical Working Group for annual review of Implementing Plan (IMPLAN) SAKLOLO/Policing
during Disaster.
 Directs line units to review their respective Implementing Plan (IMPLAN) SAKLOLO/Policing during
Disaster with LGUs.
 Directs all line units to coordinate with LGUs for the conduct of risk mapping to reduce vulnerability and
Directorate for Police exposure of the public within the AOR in all disaster occurrences.
Community Relations  Creates a COMPLAN and disseminates to all line units.  Submits report
(DPCR) and  Identifies possible support from private sectors. to TDCO thru
Police Regional Office  Issues policies on: C, NOC
counterpart a. Coordination with local entities for the creation of auxiliary support for Search Rescue Retrieval (SRR);
b. Post Disaster response operational review;
c. Conduct of debriefing to disaster response personnel; and,
d. Media Management.
 Issues directive for D-Staffs and NSUs to establish communication with their respective line units’
counterparts. If communication fails, direct concerned D-Staffs and NSUs to send representative/s to
1.Search augment/assume the roles of the affected line units.
, Rescue  Directs Communication and Electronics Service (CES) to assist line units to enhance capability of
communications.
and
 Conducts a study re possible inclusion of SRR related PPAs; training, equipment procurement; personnel
Retrieval Directorate for deployment to the PNP thru AOPB and MTDP.  Submits report
Operations (DO) ) and  Conducts SIMEX/Operational readiness of line units to Chairman,
Police Regional Office  Conducts Operational capability assessment and evaluation SCDM
counterpart  Issues policies on:
a. Command and Control; and,
b. Policing during disaster (including training).
Directorate for Human  Identifies disaster preparedness and response training and exercises offered by OCD, other government
Resource Doctrine and agencies or NGOs such as Incident Command System and Emergency First Responder Courses.
 Submits report
Development (DHRDD)  Schedules trainings/seminars on policing during disasters.
to Chairman,
and  Conducts personnel capability audit.
Police Regional Office
SCDM
 Develops doctrines on Disasters Response, Maintenance of Law and Order during disaster.
counterpart  Updates competency and eligibility list pertaining to disaster.
Directorate for Personnel
and Records
 Submits report
Management (DPRM)  Updates and issues detail order of offices and personnel involved in the policing during disaster.
to Chairman,
and  Creates a policy on accounting of all personnel after a disaster.
Police Regional Office
SCDM
counterpart
 Appropriates number of personnel with special rescue
equipment for rescue and recovery response.  Submit
 Provides specialist advice on police operations during report to
Special Action
disasters.
Force (SAF) Chairman,
 Conducts regular training on police operations during
disasters and crisis. SCDM
 Conducts operational testing of equipment.

1.
Search,
Rescue
and
 Appropriates number of personnel with special rescue
Retrieval
equipment for rescue and recovery response headed by
Cluster
Maritime Group an Officer.
(MG)  Provides specialist advice on police maritime operations  Submits
and during disasters. report to
Police Regional  Conducts regular training on police operations during Chairman
Office disasters and crisis. SCDM
counterpart  Conducts operational testing of equipment.
 Coordinates with shipping lines re availability of
humanitarian voyage.
ADMINISTRATIVE
CLUSTER MEMBER/s ACTIVITIES
REQUIREMENTS

 Develops investigation protocol in coordination with other law enforcement ,


Crime Laboratory forensic and investigative bodies relative to :
2. Manage  Submits
(PNP CL) a. Dead Victim Identification (DVI);
ment of the report to
and b. Damage assessment; and,
Dead and Chairman,
Police Regional Office c. Criminal liabilities.
the Missing counterpart SCDM
 Ensures serviceability and completeness of equipment and materials.
 Provides specialist advice on DVI operations.

 Provides specialist advice on medical services.


 Strengthens linkages with other health agencies.
3. Health  Requests& facilitates trainings of Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP),
Wash Advance EMS and CPR, Psychological Conditioning & Stress Debriefing.
Nutrition  Checks completeness of SRR supplies & equipment including ambulance.
HEALTH SERVICE (HS) Submits
 Forms disaster teams equipped with trainings.
and and report to
 Procures lacking supplies/equipment.
Psycholo Police Regional Office Chairman,
 Requests medicines or vaccinations for leptospirosis, flu, skin diseases, etc.
gical counterpart SCDM
 Conducts mandatory vaccinations for SRR Personnel.
Services  Conducts training on providing Psychological Services for PNP victims and
other survivor.
 Performs lateral coordination with partner agencies.

Police Community Relations


 Submits
Group (PCRG)  Mobilizes the community in support of Police Operation during disaster.
report to
and  Conducts periodic review on assessment and evaluation on the impact of
Chairman,
Police Regional Office PCRG efforts.
4. Food and counterpart SCDM
Non-food
Items Highway Patrol Group  Conducts rehearsals in coordination with DPWH/LGUs/MMDA and other
(HPG)
 Submits
concerned agencies for road advisories, security, and traffic management
report to
and support Chairman,
Police Regional Office  Conducts risk assessment of possible response route in coordination with SCDM
counterpart DPWH/MMDA and other concerned agencies.
 Submits
 Conducts risk assessment of PNP buildings, structure,
Engineering Service(ES) report to
and facilities.
and Chairma
5. Camp Police Regional Office counterpart
 Provides specialist advice on post disaster rehab and
n,
Manage PNP evacuation site.
SCDM
ment, Emer
Women Children Protection
gency,
Center  Develops Policy/Protocol on the prevention and Submits
Shelter and
(WCPC)- DIDM and Family response to Sexual and Gender Based Violence report to
Livelihood Juvenile Gender and Development (SGBV) in humanitarian settings.
Chairman,
Division (FJGAD)-DPCR  Conducts training for PNP Personnel in addressing
and GBV in humanitarian setting. SCDM
Police Regional Office counterpart

 Audits PNP Personnel Capabilities (drivers,


mechanics).
 Conducts re-training of drivers and mechanics re
Water Search and Rescue (WSAR) Situations.
 Ensures maintenance of GDV for WSAR situation.  Submits
Directorate for Logistics (DL)  Directs ES to provide appropriate engineering service report to
6.Logistics and support to line units especially in the design of Chairma
Police Regional Office counterpart reinforcing PNP buildings e.g. tie down roofs, bring n,
down antenna, plaster windows, sandbagging. SCDM
 Conducts inventory and capability enhancement to
improve policing during disaster:
a. Procurement of equipment; and,
b. Training of deployable personnel.
ADMINISTRATIVE
CLUSTER MEMBER/s ACTIVITIES
REQUIREMENTS
Directorate for Research  Submits
and Development (DRD) report to
 Identifies appropriate uniform and equipment for policing operations for each type of
6.Logistic and Chairma
Police Regional Office
disaster for procurement. n,
(con’t) counterpart SCDM
Logistics Support Service  Submits
(LSS)  Ensures serviceability and completeness of equipment and materials in support of policing report to
and during disaster. Chairma
Police Regional Office  Procures emergency supplies for augmentation units. n,
counterpart SCDM
 Directs ES Regional Offices to provide appropriate engineering service support to the
respective Police Regional Offices especially in the design of reinforcing PNP buildings e.g.
tie down roofs, bring down antenna, plaster windows, sandbagging.
 Conducts continuing education of ES personnel in the conduct of investigation of PNP
structures/buildings and facility in coordination with DHRDD and other concerned
government offices, Universities or Associations duly accredited by the Civil Service
Commission, such as Institute of Civil Engineers Association of Structural Engineers,
Philippine and other discipline.
 Directs designated PNP Building Official to issue Building Permit in all PNP
Buildings/infrastructures and facilities and enforce the provisions of the National Building  Submits
Engineering Service (ES) Code of the Philippines (PD 1096) on all PNP infrastructure and facilities. report to
and
 Conducts risk-mapping in coordination with DENR and other concerned government Chairma
Police Regional Office
agencies. n,
counterpart
SCDM
 Conducts risk assessment on all the PNP infrastructures/buildings and facilities in
coordination with DL, DC, and respective end-user/s.
 Identifies dangerous and ruinous PNP infrastructures/buildings and facilities.
 Conducts training and continuing education of ES personnel in the conduct of investigation
on the stability of PNP structures/buildings facility in coordination with DHRDD and other
concerned government offices, universities, firms or associations duly accredited by the
Civil Service, such as the Philippine Institute of Civil Engineers (PICE), Association of
Structural Engineers of the Philippines, (ASEP), and other institution or discipline.
 Issues guidelines or advisories regarding building maintenance to all end-users of PNP
buildings and facilities in close coordination with DL.
7.Emergency
Telecommu Directorate for Information  Creates a policy to protect communications infrastructures
nications and Communication before a disaster.  Submits
Technology Management
(DICTM)
 Coordinates with cluster members re communications report to
and equipment. Chairman,
Police Regional Office  Directs ITMS and CES to develop a data base of all SCDM
counterpart communication and IT equipment.

National Operations Center  Submits


 Develops protocol/policy on the creation of NOC/TOC
(NOC)
mirror office. report to
and
 Prepares and ensures the availability and operability of Chairman,
Police Regional Office
NOC telecommunications equipment SCDM
counterpart

 Provides specialist advice on emergency


telecommunication.
Communications and  Ensures serviceability and completeness of equipment and  Submits
Electronic Service (CES) materials. report to
and  Conducts SIMEX re Emergency Telecommunication Plan of
Police Regional Office
Chairman,
line units. SCDM
counterpart
 Provides Basic Communication and Radio Operations
Course to PNP personnel nationwide.
 In-charge of accreditation of local amateur radio group.
ADMINISTRATIVE
Cluster MEMBER/s ACTIVITIES
REQUIREMENTS

 Acts as the Chairman/Task Coordinator SCDM recommends to the


Directorate for Chairman CIMC for the activation of the PNP National Disaster OpCen
Police (NDOC) at the Situation Monitoring Room (SMR).
 Submits
Community  Alerts all PNP line units and offices.
report to
Relations (DPCR)  Coordinates with NDRRMC re progress and daily updates of the situation.
TDCO thru
and  Alerts NHQ Disaster Incident Management Task Group (DIMTG) for C, NOC
Police Regional possible deployment.
Office counterpart  Directs all line units to conduct pre-disaster and pre-departure briefing for
all augmentation personnel.

Directorate for  Prepositions assets.  Submits


Operations (DO)
1.Search  Identifies units to be augmented to affected areas. report to
and
, Rescue
Police Regional  Coordinates for Chartered/Humanitarian Flights and Sea Chairma
and
Office counterpart n, SCDM
Retrieval voyages
Directorate for
Human Resource  Prepares list of Incident Command System Trained  Submits
Doctrine and
Development Officers assigned in the area impact area. report to
(DHRDD) Chairma
and
 Reviews PNP policies on disaster preparedness/lessons
n, SCDM
Police Regional
Office counterpart
learned.
Directorate for
Personnel and
 Prepares orders of personnel for deployment.  Submits
Records Management
report to
(DPRM)  Prepares an updated roster of troops of PNP units in the Chairma
and
Police Regional affected areas. n, SCDM
Office counterpart
ADMINISTRATIVE
Cluster MEMBER/s ACTIVITIES
REQUIREMENTS

Directorate for
Logistics (DL)  Submits
and  Ensures serviceability and completeness of equipment report to
Police Regional Chairman,
and materials.
Office SCDM
counterpart

Directorate for
Plans (DPL)  Directs PNP line units to review and check disaster  Submit
and report to
Police Regional
organizational structure and task groups and makes sure Chairman,
Office that there is no duplication of duties and responsibilities. SCDM
1.Search counterpart
, Rescue
Directorate for
and
Research and
Retrieval
Development  Directs all line units to inspect the prescribed disaster  Submits
(DRD) report to
and
uniform, protective gear and standard equipment for Chairman,
Police Regional policing during disaster. SCDM
Office
counterpart

 Conducts personnel accounting and inspection to


Special Action
Force (SAF) members of NHQ DIMTG.
 Submits
and  Alerts personnel for policing during disasters. report to
Police Regional  Prepositions assets. Chairman,
SCDM
Office
counterpart
 Ensures serviceability and completeness of equipment
and materials.
ADMINISTRATIVE
Cluster MEMBER/s ACTIVITIES
REQUIREMENTS

Directorate for
Intelligence
(DI)  Submits
 Coordinates with JTF PNP/AFP Security Cluster “C” report to
and
Police or Multi-National Coordinating Center (MNCC), if Chairma
n,
Regional necessary. SCDM
Office
counterpart
Maritime
 Alerts personnel for policing during disasters.
Group
1.Search, (MG)
 Prepositions assets.  Submits
Rescue
and  Ensures serviceability and completeness of equipment report to
and Chairma
Police and materials. n,
Retrieval
Regional  Conducts coordination with shipping lines re availability for SCDM
Office
counterpart
humanitarian voyage.

Civil Security
Group (CSG)  Submits
and  Directs SOSIA to coordinate with security agencies report to
Police in would be affected areas re protection of their Chairma
Regional n,
clients and establishments. SCDM
Office
counterpart
ADMINISTRATIVE
CLUSTER MEMBER/s ACTIVITIES
REQUIREMENTS

Crime Lab
2.Manageme  Submits
(PN CL)  Ensures serviceability and completeness of equipment and materials.
nt of the report to
and  Provides specialist advice on DVI operations
Dead and Chairman,
the Missing
Police Regional Office  Alerts personnel for possible deployment SCDM
counterpart

3. Health,  Directs line units to attach medical team to support the first responders.
Wash,
 Performs lateral coordination with member agencies of Health Cluster.
Nutrition Health Service (HS)  Submits
 Ensures serviceability and completeness of equipment and materials.
and and report to
Psycholo  Alerts medical teams for deployment. Chairman,
Police Regional Office
gical  Issues of individual medical kits, equipment, supplies and medicines. SCDM
counterpart
Services  Conducts pre-disaster and pre-departure briefings.

Police Community Relations


 Mobilizes community in support of Police Operations during disaster.  Submits
Group (PCRG)
 Alerts trained IO Personnel for deployment in affected areas. report to
and
 Alerts members of the STG Evacuation and Relief of the NHQ DIMTG. Chairman,
Police Regional Office SCDM
4. Food and counterpart  Details personnel at PNP Desk at NDRRMC.
Non-food
Items Highway Patrol Group
(HPG)  Assists in road status advisories in bus stations and main thoroughfares.  Submits
report to
and  Directs HPG line units to provide appropriate security and traffic
Chairman,
Police Regional Office management support. SCDM
counterpart
Directorate For  Submits
Intelligence (DI) report to
 Directs line units to conduct info gathering re
and Chairma
crime prevention activities. n,
Police Regional Office
counterpart SCDM
5. Camp
Manage Women Children
ment, Emer Protection Center
gency, (WCPC)- DIDM and
Shelter and Family Juvenile Gender  Alerts personnel for augmentation. Submits
Livelihood  Checks, supervises and assists, if needed, re report to
and Development
initial efforts of line units during pre-emptive Chairman,
Division (FJGAD)-DPCR evacuation. SCDM
and
Police Regional Office
counterpart

Directorate for  Submits


Comptrollership (DC) report to
 Consolidates all fund requests from other
6.Logistics and Chairma
tasked units for the approval of the CPNP. n,
Police Regional Office
counterpart SCDM
ADMINISTRATIVE
CLUSTER MEMBER/s ACTIVITIES
REQUIREMENTS
Directorate for Research  Submits
and Development (DRD) report to
 Identifies appropriate uniform and equipment for policing operations for each type of
6.Logistic and Chairma
Police Regional Office
disaster for procurement. n,
(con’t) counterpart SCDM
Logistics Support Service  Submits
(LSS)  Ensures serviceability and completeness of equipment and materials in support of policing report to
and during disaster. Chairma
Police Regional Office  Procures emergency supplies for augmentation units. n,
counterpart SCDM
 Directs ES Regional Offices to provide appropriate engineering service support to the
respective Police Regional Offices especially in the design of reinforcing PNP buildings e.g.
tie down roofs, bring down antenna, plaster windows, sandbagging.
 Conducts continuing education of ES personnel in the conduct of investigation of PNP
structures/buildings and facility in coordination with DHRDD and other concerned
government offices, Universities or Associations duly accredited by the Civil Service
Commission, such as Institute of Civil Engineers Association of Structural Engineers,
Philippine and other discipline.
 Directs designated PNP Building Official to issue Building Permit in all PNP
Buildings/infrastructures and facilities and enforce the provisions of the National Building  Submits
Engineering Service (ES) Code of the Philippines (PD 1096) on all PNP infrastructure and facilities. report to
and
 Conducts risk-mapping in coordination with DENR and other concerned government Chairma
Police Regional Office
agencies. n,
counterpart
SCDM
 Conducts risk assessment on all the PNP infrastructures/buildings and facilities in
coordination with DL, DC, and respective end-user/s.
 Identifies dangerous and ruinous PNP infrastructures/buildings and facilities.
 Conducts training and continuing education of ES personnel in the conduct of investigation
on the stability of PNP structures/buildings facility in coordination with DHRDD and other
concerned government offices, universities, firms or associations duly accredited by the
Civil Service, such as the Philippine Institute of Civil Engineers (PICE), Association of
Structural Engineers of the Philippines, (ASEP), and other institution or discipline.
 Issues guidelines or advisories regarding building maintenance to all end-users of PNP
buildings and facilities in close coordination with DL.
ADMINISTRATIVE
CLUSTER MEMBER/s ACTIVITIES
REQUIREMENTS
Directorate for Logistics  Submits
(DL)
 Procures supplies and equipment for augmentation units in support report to
6.Logistic and of policing during disaster e.g. tents, generators, MREs, water Chairma
Police Regional Office n,
(con’t) counterpart dolly, GOL and uniforms SCDM
Logistics Support  Submits
Service (LSS)  Prepares equipment and materials in support of policing during report to
and disaster. Chairma
Police Regional n,
Office counterpart
 Alerts personnel for deployment. SCDM

 Assists line units especially in reinforcing PNP buildings e.g. tie


down roofs, bring down antenna, plaster windows, sandbagging.
 Dispatches technical personnel to conduct investigation (Standard
and detailed investigation) for final assessment on identified
dangerous and ruinous PNP infrastructures/buildings and facilities  Submits
Engineering Service (ES) on target area of disaster or disaster prone areas, such as along report to
and Police Regional Chairma
Office counterpart fault lines or earthquake zones, near river or sea shoreline, land n,
SCDM
slide prone areas, & etc..
 Directs designated PNP Building Official or his/her deputies
(REOs) to issue final advisories or guidelines on the maintenance
and status of PNP buildings and facilities (defective infrastructures
and facilities).
7.Emergency Directorate for
Telecommu Information and  Creates a policy to protect communications
nications Communication infrastructures before a disaster.  Submits
Technology  Coordinates with cluster members re report to
Management (DICTM) communications equipment. Chairman,
and  Directs ITMS and CES to develop a data base of all SCDM
Police Regional communication and IT equipment.
Office counterpart
National Operations
Center  Develops protocol/policy on the creation of  Submits
(NOC) NOC/TOC mirror office. report to
and  Prepares and ensures the availability and operability Chairman,
Police Regional of NOC telecommunications equipment SCDM
Office counterpart

 Provides specialist advice on emergency


telecommunication.
Communications  Ensures serviceability and completeness of
and Electronic equipment and materials.  Submits
Service (CES)  Conducts SIMEX re Emergency Telecommunication report to
and Chairman,
Plan of line units.
Police Regional SCDM
 Provides Basic Communication and Radio
Office counterpart Operations Course to PNP personnel nationwide.
 In-charge of accreditation of local amateur radio
group.
ADMINISTRATIVE
CLUSTER MEMBER/s ACTIVITIES
REQUIREMENTS

 Coordinates with NDRRMC re progress and


daily updates of the situation.
Directorate for Police Community  Remind D-Staffs and NSUs re Directive on  Submits report
Relations (DPCR) establishing the communication and checking
to TDCO thru
and the status of their respective line units’
counterparts. C, NOC
Police Regional Office counterpart
 Provides officer representative at SMR-NOC.
 Monitors the situation.

 Coordinates for Chartered/Humanitarian Flights


Directorate for Operations (DO) and Sea Voyages.  Submits report
and  Alert units for augmentation to affected areas. to Chairman,
Police Regional Office counterpart  Provides officer representative at SMR-NOC. SCDM
1. Search,  Monitors the situation.
Rescue and Directorate for Human Resource
Retrieval Doctrine and Development (DHRD)  Submits report
 Provides officer representative at SMR-NOC
and to Chairman,
 Monitors the situation.
Police Regional Office counterpart SCDM

Directorate for Personnel and Records


Management (DPRM)  Submits report
 Provides officer representative at SMR-NOC
and to Chairman,
 Monitors the situation.
Police Regional Office counterpart SCDM

Directorate for Logistics (DL)


Provides officer representative at SMR-NOC  Submits report
and 
to Chairman,
Police Regional Office counterpart  Monitors the situation. SCDM
Search, Directorate for Comptrollership (DC)
 Provides officer representative at SMR-NOC  Submits report
and
Rescue to Chairman,
Police Regional Office counterpart  Monitors the situation. SCDM
and
Directorate for Investigation and Detective
Retrieval
Management (DIDM)  Submits report
and  Provides officer representative at SMR-NOC
to Chairman,
Police Regional Office counterpart  Monitors the situation. SCDM

Directorate for Plans (DPL)


 Provide officer representative at SMR-NOC  Submits report
and
to Chairman,
Police Regional Office counterpart  Monitors the situation. SCDM

Directorate for Research and Development


(DRD)  Submits report
 Provides officer representative at SMR-NOC
and to Chairman,
 Monitors the situation.
Police Regional Office counterpart SCDM

Special Action Force (SAF)  Deploys personnel for policing during disaster.
and  Provide officer representative at SMR-NOC.  Submits report
to Chairman,
Police Regional Office counterpart  Monitors the situation.
SCDM

Maritime Group  Deploys personnel for policing during disaster.


(MG)  Provides officer representative at SMR-NOC.  Submits report
and  Monitors the situation. to Chairman,
Police Regional Office counterpart SCDM

Aviation Security Group (AVSEGRP)  Provide officer representative at SMR-NOC.


 Submits report
and  Monitors the situation.
to Chairman,
Police Regional Office counterpart SCDM
2. Management Of The Crime Laboratory (PNP CL) and  Submits
Dead And The Missing Police Regional Office counterpart report to
(MDM)  Monitors the situation. Chairman,
SCDM

3. Health, Health Service (HS)


 Submits
Wash, Nutrition and and  Monitors the situation.
report to
Psychological Services Police Regional Office counterpart  Conducts inventory of available medical
Chairman,
supplies.
SCDM

4.Food And Non-Food Police Community Relations Group (PCRG)


 Submits
Items and  Monitors the situation.
report to
Police Regional Office counterpart  Accepts donations/relief goods for the
Chairman,
victims of a disaster
SCDM

 Submit
Highway Patrol Group
report to
(HPG)
 Monitors the situation. Chairman,
and
SCDM
Police Regional Office counterpart
 Submit
report to
Directorate For Intelligence (DI)  Monitors the situation. Chairman,
SCDM

5. Camp Management, Women Children Protection Center  Submit


Emergency Shelter and (WCPC)- DIDM and Family Juvenile Gender report to
Livelihood and Development Division (FJGAD)-DPCR Chairman,
and  Monitors the situation. SCDM
Police Regional Office counterpart
 Directs adjacent line units to augment
GDVs to affected areas  Submits
Directorate for Logistics (DL)
 Ensures serviceability and report to
and
completeness of equipment and Chairman,
Police Regional Office counterpart SCDM
materials for augmentation units.
 Monitors the situation.
Engineering Service (ES)  Coordinates and provides reinforcement  Submits
6. Logistics and of technical services in support to report to
Police Regional Office counterpart concerned REOs conducting Chairman,
engineering services in critically, SCDM
disaster affected areas
 Monitors the situation.
Logistics Support Service (LSS)  Submits
and  Provides GDVs. report to
Police Regional Office counterpart  Monitors the situation. Chairman,
SCDM
 Submits
Directorate for Information and
report to
Communication Technology Management
Chairman
(DICTM)  Monitors the situation.
and
Police Regional Office counterpart
National Operations Center  Submits
7. Emergency (NOC) report to
 Assists DPCR/NDOC in data gathering.
Telecommunications and Chairman
 Monitors the situation.
Police Regional Office counterpart

Communication and
 Monitors the situation.  Submits
Electronic Service (CES)
report to
and  Ensures availability & operational
Chairman,
Police Regional Office counterpart readiness of all issued equipment. SCDM
ADMINISTRATIVE
CLUSTER MEMBER/s ACTIVITIES
REQUIREMENTS
 Directs line units or sends representative as part of augmentation in affected area  Submits
to: report to
1. Search, a. Assumes duties and responsibilities of affected PCR units to document (in pictures TDCO thru
Rescue and and reports) PCR related activities in disaster affected area. The representative sent
C,
Retrieval should bring camera, laptop, internet gadgets, etc;
b. Acts as liaison of augmentation unit to coordinate and attend meetings with local NOC/Head
(SRR) DRRMs and international humanitarian agencies and clusters. Secretariat
Directorate for c. Informs NDOC re progress and updates.  Submits
Police Community  Sends representative to NDRRMC to attend coordinative meetings. report to
Relations (DPCR)  Secretariat updates the Chairman, SCDM Chairman,
and  Chairman/Task Coordinator SCDM recommends to the Chairman, CIMC for the de- SCDM
Police Regional activation of the PNP NDOC-SMR.
 Reviews/evaluates personnel performance of policing during disaster.
Office counterpart
 Recommends for the issuance of disaster related awards for personnel involved.
 Direct line units to refrain from issuing any pronouncement unless validated.
 Directs PCRG to liaise in coordination with DPCR/RPCRD representative at the
disaster area.
 Consolidates lessons learned for dissemination.
 Prepares post disaster assessment report.

 Directs deployment of NHQ DIMTG or adjacent PRO DIMTG to affected areas.  Submits
 Coordinates for Chartered/ Humanitarian Flights and Sea voyages report to
 Receives and issue directives regarding request for security in affected area. Chairman,
 Directs and supervise Adjacent PROs to:
SCDM
Directorate for a. Reinforce affected units in disaster areas; and,
Operations (DO) b. Assure route security and prioritization of relief caravans passing through
and their AOR.
 Directs line units or sends representative as part of augmentation personnel in
Police Regional
affected area and assumes duties and responsibilities of affected units.
Office counterpart  Conducts de-briefing with concerned agencies to determine the probable areas to
improve based on the previous responses.
 Monitors and consolidates relevant reports for appropriate actions in NDOC
 Reviews/evaluates personnel performance of policing during disaster.
 Consolidates policies/best practices initiated by the PNP in the  Submits
disaster affected areas to be replicated/implemented in future report to
Directorate for policing during disaster. Chairman,
Human Resource
 Consolidates lessons learned for dissemination. SCDM
Doctrine and
 Reviews/evaluates personnel performance of policing during
Development
disaster.
(DHRDD)
and
Police Regional
Office counterpart

 Directs line units or send representative to the affected area to  Submits


Search, conduct/supervise the accounting of PNP personnel. report to
Directorate for
Rescue  Determines and classifies the affected PNP personnel (Dead/ Chairman,
Personnel and
Injured/ Missing/ Affected). SCDM
and Records
 Assists the affected PNP personnel for possible claims/benefits.
Retrieval Management (DPRM)
 Issues orders to deployed personnel for augmentation.
and
 Evaluates and issues disaster related awards for personnel
Police Regional
involved.
Office counterpart

 Provides funds for the needs of the respective Directorates.  Submits


 Directs line units or send a representative to perform the report to
Directorate for
following tasks: Chairman,
Comptrollership (DC)
a. Reports fund requirements of augmentation unit; SCDM
and
b. Directs finance division to immediately facilitate for additional
Police Regional
subsistence allowance for personnel; and,
Office counterpart
c. Directs the Finance Service to send a representative to assist in
the pay and allowance of augmentation units.
ADMINISTRATIVE
Cluster MEMBER/s ACTIVITIES
REQUIREMENTS
 Provides funds for the needs of the respective Directorates.  Submits report to
Directorate for  Directs line units or send a representative to perform the following tasks: Chairman, SCDM
Comptroller a. Reports fund requirements of augmentation unit;
ship (DC) b. Directs finance division to immediately facilitate for additional subsistence
and allowance for personnel; and,
Police c. Directs the Finance Service to send a representative to assist in the pay
Regional and allowance of augmentation units.
Office
counterpart
 Directs line units or sends DIDM representative to augment investigation  Submits report to
Directorate for offices. Chairman, SCDM
Investigation  Directs Crime Lab to send personnel and conduct forensic examination in
Search, and Detective support to the NBI which is the lead agency for body identification during
Management natural disaster.
Rescue
(DIDM)
and
and
Retrieval Police
Regional
Office
counterpart

Directorate for  Reviews and evaluates existing organizational plans and structure for the  Submits report to
improvement of policing and risk reduction management during disaster. Chairman, SCDM
Plans (DPL)
and
Police
Regional
Office
counterpart
Special Action
Force (SAF)  Submits report
and  Augments the local units to conduct policing in the area of disaster. to Chairman,
Police Regional SCDM
Office counterpart

 Augments the local units to conduct policing in the area of disaster


Maritime Group  Assists other government agencies to ensure that the augmented
(MG) troops, civilian volunteers and relief goods will be given priority in  Submits report
and seaports. to Chairman,
Police Regional  Monitors the status of seaports. SCDM
Office counterpart  In coordination with other agencies, requires international volunteers
Search, coming in and out of the affected area to register for security reasons.
Rescue
and  Facilitates accommodation of PNP augmentation personnel in
Aviation Security commercial airline humanitarian flights.
Retrieval
Group (AVSEG)  Liaises with CAAP-DOTC re information on the schedule of  Submits report
and humanitarian flights via airports. to Chairman,
Police Regional  Monitors the status of the airports. SCDM
Office counterpart  In coordination with other agencies, requires international volunteers
coming in and out of the affected area to register for security reasons.

Civil Security
Group (CSG)  Directs SOSIA to coordinate with security agencies in affected areas re  Submit report to
and protection of their clients and establishments. Chairman,
Police Regional  Directs FEO to account for lost/recovered FAs in affected areas. SCDM
Office counterpart
ADMINISTRATIVE
CLUSTER MEMBER/s ACTIVITIES
REQUIREMENTS

2.Management Of Crime Lab


the Dead and the (PNP CL)  Submits
 Conducts DVI in support of the NBI.
Missing report to
and  Conducts assessment/evaluation of equipment and materials used in
Chairman,
Police Regional policing during disaster.
SCDM
Office counterpart
3. Health,
Wash, Nutrition  Deploys medical personnel to affected areas with ambulances, medical
And Psycholo supplies and equipment.
gical Services Health Service (HS)  Conducts stress debriefing to all PNP Personnel and their dependents in  Submits
and the affected areas to include deployed augmented personnel. report to
Police Regional  Directs Line Offices to attach medical team to support the first Chairman,
Office counterpart responders. SCDM
 Performs lateral coordination with member agencies of Health Cluster.
 Replenishes medical supplies of line units and augmentation personnel.

4.Food And Non- Police Community  Consolidates donated relief goods sent to the NHQ.
Food Items Relations Group  Coordinates PNP efforts with other government agencies for relief  Submits
operations.
(PCRG) report to
 Mobilizes the community in support of Police Operations.
and Chairman,
 Deploys IO Teams to affected areas.
Police Regional  Conducts assessment re activities undertaken by the Information SCDM
Office counterpart Operations (IO) Team.
Highway Patrol
Group  Provides road security to augmentation troops, volunteers and relief  Submits
goods.
(HPG) report to
 In coordination with LGUs and other government agencies, supports
and Chairman,
road clearing operations and provides updates on the accessibility of all
Police Regional roads. SCDM
Office counterpart
 Coordinates with JTF PNP/AFP Security Cluster “C” or Multi-National
Coordinating Center (MNCC).
Directorate for  Direct line units or sends representative to conduct /supervise area
 Submits
Intelligence (DI) assessment.
report to
and  Directs Intelligence Group (IG) to send augmentation to perform the following
Chairman,
Police Regional tasks:
SCDM
Office counterpart a. Info gathering re existing threat groups in the area;
b. Assists the local units in crime prevention; and
c. Augments the personnel of Intel Units in the disaster affected area.
5. Camp
Manage
ment,
Emergency
Shelter And
Livelihood Women Children
Protection Center  Conducts Rapid Assessment on the affected areas on the possible Sexual
(WCPC)- DIDM and Gender Based Violence (SGBV) and child protection issues.
Family Juvenile  Provides technical assistance to local WCPD in the delivery of Minimum Initial
Standard Package (MISP), dignity/pregnancy and lactating kits in  Submits
Gender and
coordination with other local agencies and other international orgs. report to
Development  Coordinates with parallel government agencies in conduct of rapid Chairman,
Division (FJGAD)- assessment on the affected areas on the possible SGBV and child protection SCDM
DPCR issues.
and  Ensures equal gender representation in providing security and patrol to
Police Regional evacuation centers.
Office counterpart
ADMINISTRATIVE
CLUSTER MEMBER/s ACTIVITIES
REQUIREMENTS

Directorate for Comptroller  Submits


ship (DC) report to
 Provides funds for the needs of the respective Directorates.
and Chairman,
Police Regional Office counterpart SCDM

Directorate for Research and  Submits


Development (DRD)  Reviews and evaluates the prescribed disaster uniform, report to
protective gear and standard equipment for policing during
and disaster. Chairman,
Police Regional Office counterpart SCDM

 Directs line units or sends representative to determine the


immediate logistical requirement of line units.  Submits
Directorate for Logistics (DL)  Requests POL allocation from NDRRMC.
report to
6. and  Conducts assessment/evaluation of equipment and materials
Chairman,
Logistics Police Regional Office counterpart used in policing during disaster.
 Reviews/evaluates personnel performance of policing during SCDM
disaster.

 Provides any additional assessment of the damages.  Submits


Engineering Service (ES)
 Conducts vicinity assessment for safety of PNP personnel report to
and
and logistics. Chairman,
Police Regional Office counterpart  Provides assessment of the damages on PNP structures. SCDM

 Submits
Logistics Service Support (LSS)  Deploys GDV and equipment.
report to
and  Conducts assessment/evaluation of vehicles, equipment and
Chairman,
Police Regional Office counterpart materials used in policing during disaster.
SCDM
Directorate for
Information and
7.  Directs ITMS and CES to perform the following tasks:
Communication
Emergenc a. Establish emergency telecommunications with NOC;
Technology Management  Submits report to
y Tele- b. Augment IT personnel in the communication posts; and,
(DICTM) c. Account the communication and IT equipment required by Chairman, SCDM
Communi
and the affected units for immediate replacement.
cations
Police Regional Office
counterpart

National Operations
Center  Establishes a mirror office of NOC/TOC office in affected
(NOC) area.  Submits report to
and  Assists the NDOC/DPCR on the accounting and assessment Chairman, SCDM
Police Regional Office of data after disaster.
counterpart
 Provides additional communications equipment as
Communication and necessary.
Electronic Service (CES)  Ensures availability & operational readiness of all issued
equipment.  Submits report to
and
 Disseminates Radio Net Diagram. Chairman, SCDM
Police Regional Office  Coordinates with local amateur radio group.
counterpart  Conducts assessment/evaluation of equipment and materials
used in policing during disaster.
b. Tasks:
Other D-Staff :
1) Provide staff functions to the PNP Sub-
committee on Disaster Management (PNP
SCDM) that falls under their respective
interests;
2) Perform other tasks as directed.
b. Tasks:
Other NSUs:
1) Provide appropriate support to the PNP Sub-
Committee on Disaster Management (PNP
SCDM), DIMTG and the Regional, District,
Provincial/City and Municipal Disaster Incident
Management Task Groups which falls under their
respective organizational function/task; and
2) Perform other tasks as directed by higher
authorities.
b. Tasks:
RDs, PROs 1-13, COR, ARMM, and NCRPO
1) Implement the application of the three-stage
Disaster Preparedness and Response Plan and
supervise the PNP Line Units’ Protocol
implementation;
2) Perform other tasks as directed by higher
authorities.
c. Coordinating Instructions:
1) Augmentation personnel deployed in disaster
stricken areas must be self-sustaining and shall
always be accompanied by Medical and PCR teams;
2) In disaster affected areas, prioritize the clearing of
roads, airports and seaports to make way for search
and rescue units or relief goods to be immediately
delivered to where they are needed most.
3) In the conduct of disaster/relief operations, security
and safety of personnel shall always be the primary
concern.
c. Coordinating Instructions:
4) An Incident Command Post shall be designated
accordingly.
5) All tasked units shall operate on their existing
logistical and financial allocation. NHQ PNP shall
provide additional logistics and financial support on a
case to case basis.
6) Timely reports on police operations during disaster
should be sent to higher headquarters through the
National Operations Center (NOC). Action photos
should be immediately posted in twitter and other
forms of social media for public perusal.
c. Coordinating Instructions:
7) All NHQ-based tasked units shall provide
appropriate number of uniformed personnel
(PCOs & PNCOs), as the Chairman/Task
Coordinator SCDM may require, as Duty Detail
at the Situation Monitoring Room.
8) To distinguish PNP personnel from other
responders, SAR/SRR Uniform shall be worn in
all police operations during disaster.
9) Coordination between echelons of the civilian
organizations and military units are
encouraged.
c. Coordinating Instructions:
10) Not affected adjacent PNP units or stations
are the secondary responders and the NSUs
will follow when situation warrants.

11) PNP Units/Offices tasked as OPR to the


NDRRMC Clusters shall coordinate with the
Cluster Lead Government Agency. Said units
shall attend Cluster Meetings as called for by
NDRRMC.
c. Coordinating Instructions:

12) Level of response of all task groups shall be


done as much as possible at the lowest level
and only seek assistance to the next level
when resources (manpower and material) are
not enough to manage the disaster incident.
The activation of the respective DIMTGs shall
be in accordance to the guidelines set forth in
this IMPLAN.
c. Coordinating Instructions:

13) This IMPLAN serves as a minimum guide to


be followed by PNP Units.
Thank You

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Level Of Activation
LEVEL OF ACTIVATION OF PNP DISASTER INCIDENT MANAGEMENT TASK GROUPS
(DIMTGs)
AREAS AFFECTED BY OTHER
DISASTER DIMTGs TO BE ACTIVATED REMARKS

Police Stations shall extend


Barangay Disaster Coordinating
Purok/Sitio appropriate disaster response
Council
and assistance to the Barangay.

May be applied to police stations


Two (2) or more City/Municipal Police Station Disaster
in Metro Manila. The Deputy
Barangays or one (1) Incident Management Task Group
Chief of Police (Dep COP) shall
city/municipality (C/MPS DIMTG)
act as Incident Commander.

Two (2) or more Dep, Provincial/City Director for


cities/municipalities or Provincial/City Police Office Disaster Operations (DP/DC DO) -
one province or Incident Management Task Group Incident Commander
chartered city with a (PPO/CPO DIMTG) C,POPD /C,OPB - Deputy
City Police Office Incident Commander

Two (2) or more Police Regional Office Disaster DRDO- Incident Commander
provinces or cities or Incident Management Task Group C, ROPD- Deputy Incident
one (1) region (PRO DIMTG). Commander
LEVEL OF ACTIVATION OF PNP DISASTER INCIDENT MANAGEMENT TASK GROUPS (DIMTGs)

AREAS AFFECTED OTHER


BY DISASTER DIMTGs TO BE ACTIVATED REMARKS

One (1) NCRPO Concerned NCRPO District Disaster DDDO - Incident Commander
District Incident Management Task Group. C,DOPD(D3)- Dep. IC

Two (2) or more DRDO - Incident Commander


NCRPO DIMTG (NCRPO DIMTG).
NCRPO districts C,ROPD - Dep. IC

NHQ Disaster Management The National Disaster


Committee headed by TDCO (with Operations Center shall be
Two (2) or more
TDPCR as Chairman/Task activated, to be co-located at
regions
Coordinator, Sub-Committee on the PNP National Operations
Disaster Management). Center.

NOTE:
Level of response of all task groups shall be done as much as possible at the lowest
level and only seek assistance to the next level when resources (manpower and
material) are not enough to manage the disaster incident.
Observations on PNP
Response to Haiyan/Yolanda
OBSERVATIONS
a. STG Law and Order is the Incident Command System;
b. CODAN radios failed in some areas. No emergency or
alternate communications for use of both local and
augmentation units in affected areas;
c. No heavy equipment, there is danger in manual clearing of
debris;
d. No generators for Police Stations;
e. Unattended cadavers from airport to city was a media story
and gave impression that government response was slow;
f. No refrigerated containers to preserve cadavers for DVI;

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OBSERVATIONS
g. 1st responders were not able to effectively secure themselves
and their families before disaster struck thus became victims
and was rendered ineffective for a long period;
h. Police offices was not reinforced thus destroyed.
h. SAF tear gas ran out in TAC to stop would be looters;
i. Flat tire problems due to heavy load on PNP vehicles carrying
supplies and relief goods;
j. No security guards. PNP personnel are now temporarily
securing commerce, executive villages and utilities; and
k. There are commanders adjacent to the affected PROs who
took extra effort and initiative to coordinate the overall
government effort to deliver the needs in the disaster area,
fast. Especially, in resolving the relief traffic in Matnog Pier,
Sorsogon.

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RECOMMENDATIONS
a. Procurement of generators for all stations, alternate
communications, air-sea-land lift capability, road clearing
equipment's like chainsaw and heavy equipment, and
refrigerated containers for preservation of DVI cadavers;
b. Upgrade the Situation Monitoring Room by integrating all
forms of emergency/alternate commo and electronic media
manned by reps from all tasked units. An alternate/mobile
operations center is a must;
c. NHQ representatives to be deployed earlier with DPRTG to
assess and Identify what more can be done to help affected
personnel get back on their feet;
d. Incident Command System refresher course for all Senior
Officers/Commanders;

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RECOMMENDATIONS
e. MOA with airlines and shipping companies for PNP
immediate deployment and response;
f. Security agencies in would be affected area to make sure that
they have replacement guards available;
g. Bicycle or motorcycle is best form of transportation by
augmentation troops;
h. Tetanus vaccination and other meds a must for all
responders;
i. Faster retrieval of cadavers for faster normalization;
j. All PNP personnel should be taught basic Disaster Victim
Identification to assist SOCO for faster processing of the
dead;

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RECOMMENDATIONS
k. Augmentation teams should be self-sustained with water
dolly, generators, tents and Meal Ready to Eat (MRE),
l. Augmentation teams should have PCR officers equipped with
cameras to document activities and immediately post it in
social media so the the public is updated of current situation;
m. Adjacent units should reinforce disaster affected units;
n. Identify/create a SAR unit who can be sent before, during
and after a disaster composed of active personnel and
auxiliary units or force multipliers;
o. All PROs to identify secure evacuation sites for PNP
responder families. PNP families be taught to deal with
disaster before it strikes AOR;

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RECOMMENDATIONS
p. COMMEL should have reaction teams equipped with generators to
install, repair & activate a repeater antenna for easier coordination of
augmentation units;
q. Deployment of augmentation personnel for law and order can be earlier;
r. Chain of command should never be broken. An affected police station
may be filled or replaced by personnel from the PPO, PPSC and adjacent
stations. PPO in turn by PRO, RPSB and adjacent PPOs. PRO by NHQ, SAF
and adjacent PROs;
s. Monthly Disaster Simulation exercises should be observed; and
t. A review of PNP Response to Disasters.
u. All commanders to makes sure that PNP building are reinforced (tied
down roofs, plastered windows, sand bagging, bring down antenna)
before disaster strikes. All Personnel should be able to report to a
working office after disaster.

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