PRO9 Accomplishment Report CY 2017

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The volatile peace and order situation in Zamboanga has kept the Police Regional Office 9 always on their toes. The combination of threats is persistent challenge for the police and that it must constantly innovate to keep up with the unpredictable conditions.

Although we have numerous operations conducted, we need to exert extra efforts especially in line with the Chief, PNP’s Plans and Programs in overseeing police operation such as, institute target hardening measures, intensified ISO, PNP SOP No. ODO - 2015 - 001 “PNP Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) in Managing Police Operations to attain zero criminality. Likewise, it also includes plans and programs, assessment and to give a definite representation in law enforcement operation being undertaken by this office to sustain a safer place to live, work and do business.

PRO9 views the recent developments in the area with guarded optimism. To once more savor the blissful peace. A lot is expected from us and the police must always be there to protect the people.

COMMUNITY

“The community comprises the public, civil society and all stakeholders as beneficiaries of improved police services, effectively enforced laws and a community characterized as a safer place to live, work and do business”

Sustain Public information and Dialogue

1. Public Information and Advocacy    

     A. Police Information and Continuing Education (PICE)

Unit

Subject/Topic

Number of Sessions Conducted

Number of Participants

ZNPPO

  • ·PNP Ethical Doctrine Manual
  • ·PATROL PLAN 2030
  • ·PNP Operational Procedures (General Procedures Rule 1-7)

174

1,564

  • ·CMC No. 16-2016 PNP Anti-illegal Drugs Campaign Plan project “Double Barrel”
  • ·Republic Act 10195 (The Comprehensive Law on Firearms and Ammunition Control)
  • ·PATROL PLAN
  • ·PNP Operational Procedures (General Procedures Rule 8-11)

118

598

  • ·PNP OPLAN “SUMVAC”
  • ·PATROL PALN 2030
  • ·PNP Procedures(Basic Procedure Rule 12-14)

255

1,163

  • ·RA 9208 (Anti-Trafficking in Persons Act of 2003)
  • ·PATROL 2030
  • ·PNP Operational Procedures (Basic procedures Rule 15-16)

165

1,544

  • ·LOI 35/10 “SAKLOLO REVISED” (PNP Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Plan)
  • ·PATROL PLAN 2030
  • ·PNP Operational Procedures (Basic Procedures Rule 17-18)

186

1,809

  • ·OPLAN ‘BALIK-ESKWELA”
  • ·PATROL PLAN 2030
  • ·PNP Operational Procedures (Special Procedures rule 19-20)

153

1,276

  • ·LOI “Bayanihan” and Pulis Natin”
  • ·PATROL PLAN 2030
  • ·PNP Operational Procedures (Special Procedures Rules 21-22)

178

1,866

  • ·Approved Fees/Rates of Fees and Charges Realtive to Regulation of Firearms and Ammunition
  • ·PATROL PLAN
  • ·PNP Operational Procedures (Special Procedures 23-24)

178

1,866

  • ·  National Crime Prevention Week
  • ·  PATROL PLAN 2030
  • ·  PNP Operational Procedures (Special Procedures Rule 25-26

197

6,521

  • · PATROL PLAN 2030
  • · PNP Operational Procedures (Special Procedures Rule 27-28)

183

4,517

  • · RA 9710 “Magna Carta for Women”
  • · PNP Operational Procedures (Special Procedures Rule 29-30)

178

1,743

  • ·PNP Ethical Doctrine Manual
  • ·PATROL PLAN 2030
  • ·PNP Operational Procedures (General Procedures Rule 1-7)

174

1,564

ZSPPO

  • ·  Lesson Learned from Various Cases Committed by PRO9 Personnel
  • ·  LO1 PAMANA Project
  • ·  Reiteration of Tamang Bihis PNP MC No.2017-058
  • ·  IO Plan on PNP Internal Cleansing Strategy
  • ·  PNP's Security Operations for the 31st SEAN Summit
  • ·  Community Relations Activities for ASEAN 2017
  • ·  2017 Economic and Financial Literacy week
  • ·  Media Lines Re PNP Ready For Undas 2017
  • ·  Media Lines Re PNP  Refocuses Its Police Operation Programs
  • ·  IMPLAN to CM C no. 48-2017 (Observance of All Saints and All Souls Day 2017)
  • ·  28th National Statistics Month Celebration 2017
  • ·  117TH Anniversary of the Philippine Civil Service

3,697

891

ZSBPPO

Project Double Barrel Reloaded, PNP Patrol Plan 2030

782

15,640

ZCPO

PGS

315

1,808

PNP Police Operation Pro

158

2,555

Lambat-Sibat

1

20

Patrol (101)

18

180

Oplan Double Barrel

382

1,828

Oplan Double Barrel-Alpha

86

860

ICPS

Information re Possible Attack in Zamboanga City

1

100

Morale and Welfare of the Personnel

1

50

Community Relations Activities for ASEAN 2017

1

50

Security Measures 

1

50

RPSB9

Cascading on PNP Patrol Plan 2030

1,200

24,000

RHQ

RA 6713 or the PNP Ethical Doctrine

1

200

PRO9 Accomplishment

10

2,000

Evaluation and assessment on Managing Police Operation

1

200

RA 6713

1

200

Strengthening of Camp Security

1

200

PNP Ethical Doctrine Chapter 3, Sec. 2: Obedience to superiors

1

200

LOI Tamang Bihis

1

200

Launching of Double Barrel Alpha Reloaded

1

200

PNP Ethical Doctrine particularly on Chapter 3, Sec. 3 : Perseverance

1

200

Implementation of Project Double Reloaded

1

200

Process of the Administrative Processing on the Role of the Complainant

1

200

PNP Oplan “SUMVAC”

1

200

Objectives of the PNP PATROL PLAN 2030

2

200

Implementing guidelines on Letter of Instruction (LOI KALASAG)

1

200

RA 9208 otherwise known as “Anti-Trafficking in Person Act of 2003” as amended by RA 10364 also known as the “Expanded Anti-Trafficking in Person Act of 2012”

1

200

IMPLAN SAKLOLO 2014

 “Policing During Disaster”

1

200

Significance of Independence Day Celebration

1

200

Importance of Training

1

200

General Concept & Strategy of “Pulis Natin”

1

200

LOI “BAYANIHAN” also known as “Barangay Peacekeeping Action Team (BPATS

1

200

Significance of International Humanitarian Law on Policing

1

200

Rule 29 of the Police Operational Procedure entitled “Police Assistance in the Implementation of Final Decision or Orders of the COMELEC or DILG or Local Government Unit exercising Disciplinary Powers in Administrative Cases of Elected Officials”

1

200

 

KKK Mobile Application

1

200

Project Double Barrel Reloaded, PNP Patrol Plan 2030

782

15,640

Total

9,597

96,103

     B. Production and distribution of Information, Education & Communication (IEC) Material

Types of IEC Materials

IEC Materials on

Crime Prevention

Number of copies

Public Safety

Number. of copies

GAD-related

Nr. of copies

Unit   Publication

Nr. of copies

Drug Prevention

Nr. of copies

ZNPPO

 

a. Flyers

12

70,973

12

70,973

5

2,317

-

-

45

90,231

b. Pamphlets

5

3,172

5

3,172

-

-

-

-

21

15,845

c. Stickers

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

d. Posters

8

289

8

289

-

-

-

-

10

2,321

e. Journal/ Newsletter/ Magazine

1

30

1

30

-

-

1

30

1

30

ZSPPO

                   

a. Flyers

 

2961

 

3375

 

4312

 

159

 

1617

b. Pamphlets

 

1055

 

1250

 

1600

 

58

 

826

c. Stickers

                   

d. Posters

                   

e. Journal/ Newsletter/ Magazine

 

304

 

4725

 

5912

 

217

 

2443

ZSBPPO

                   

a. Flyers

-

1,313

-

1,313

-

395

-

353

-

1,694

b. Pamphlets

                   

c. Stickers

                   

d. Posters

                   

e. Journal/ Newsletter/ Magazine

                   

ZCPO

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

a. Flyers

977

4,965

881

3,074

203

2,675

82

100

1,010

5,196

b. Pamphlets

24

24

41

140

171

165

25

25

247

297

c. Stickers

26

55

21

51

21

40

25

25

-

-

d. Posters

21

50

21

50

31

50

30

30

-

-

e. Journal/ Newsletter/ Magazine

30

30

35

55

20

20

20

20

-

-

ICPS

                   

a. Flyers

13

90

13

90

13

90

13

90

13

90

b. Pamphlets

                   

c. Stickers

                   

d. Posters

                   

e. Journal/ Newsletter/ Magazine

                   

RPSB9

                   

a. Flyers

105

3,150

210

6,300

105

3,150

-

-

105

3,150

b. Pamphlets

105

3,150

210

6,300

105

3,150

-

-

105

3,150

c. Stickers

                   

d. Posters

160

160

160

160

160

160

-

-

160

160

e. Journal/ Newsletter/ Magazine

                   

RHQ

                   

a. Flyers

1

50

-

-

1

30

       

b. Pamphlets

                   

c. Stickers

                   

d. Posters

1

1

   

4

4

   

1

1

e. Journal/ Newsletter/ Magazine

                   

Total

1,489

91,822

1,618

101,347

839

24,070

196

1,107

1,718

127,051

C. Broadcast and Print Media Projects

     Sponsorship and Maintenance of Radio and Television Public Affairs Programs (Broadcast Media)

Types of Broadcast Media

Title

Schedule (Date/Time)

Channel/

Frequency

a. Television

     

ZNPPO

-

-

-

ZSPPO

     

ZSBPPO

-

-

-

ZCPO

-

-

-

ICPS

-

-

-

RPSB9

-

-

-

RHQ

“Pulis Ko Kakasi Ko Servicio Todo-Todo Serbisyong Pampulisya”

Every Friday

3:00 PM – 4:00 PM

E-Media

b. Radio

     

ZNPPO

Kasaligan

Every Wednesday

5:30-6:00 P.M.

DXLJ FM

(103.7 MHz)

ZSPPO

PNP Zambosur

“Pulis Kaabin Mo!”

Every Wednesday

10:00 – 10:30 AM

Radio Bagting

756 KHz AM

106.3 Bell FM

ZSBPPO

Serbisyong Kapulisan Alang sa Katawhan

Every Friday

4:00 - 4:30 PM

RADYO BISDAK, DXMG, Pob. Ipil

Ang Tingog sa Kapulisan

Every Tuesday 7:30 TO 8:00 AM

DXOI FM 93.5

Pulis Ako Pulis Nyo Po

Every Tuesday

8:30 - 9:00 AM

RADYO  SHUNAN

Serbisyong Kapulisan Alang sa Katawhan

Every Friday

4:00 TO 4:30 PM

RADYO BISDAK, DXMG, Pob. Ipil

ZCPO

“Servicio Del Polis, Servicio Deverasan”

Every Wednesday

8:45 – 9:45 AM

1116 KHz

“Pulis Hour”

Every Sunday

1:00 – 2:00 PM

900 KHz

ICPS

PNP Hour

Every Thursday

12:00 - 1:00PM

DXNO 97.5

Radyo Kumunidad

RPSB9

   

BISDAK MEDIA GROUP INC

   

DXMR-RADYO NG PILIPINAS

   

DXKP 91.10 FM

   

FM 104.9

RHQ

“Pulis Ko Kakasi Ko Servicio Todo-Todo Serbisyong Pampulisya”

Every Friday

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

105.9 FM

E-media FM

     - Broadcast Activities/Electronic and Print Media

Types of Medium

Number of Activities

 

ZNPPO

ZSPPO

ZSBPPO

ZCPO

ICPS

RPSB9

RHQ

TOTAL

a. Television

90

114

-

90

-

10

32

 

b. Radio

444

447

148

114

-

10

76

 

c. Print (featured stories and/or press releases)

480

228

179

25

-

20

350

 

Total

1,014

849

327

229

-

40

-

2,917

     Operationalization and Maintenance of Social Media Accounts

Unit

Type of Social Media Accounts

Number of Posts

Number of Feedbacks

Number of Netizens’ Complaint/Assistance Acted  Upon

Positive

Negative

ZNPPO

Facebook

10,252

-

-

-

Twitter

7,159

-

-

-

Others (FB Page)

6,808

-

-

-

ZSPPO

Facebook

5,733

5,693

40

-

Twitter

3,462

3,417

45

-

ZSBPPO

Facebook

2554

   

5

Twitter

2164

     

ZCPO

Facebook

5,401

9,011

   

Twitter

1,862

2,981

   

ICPS

Facebook

79

1245

-

-

Twitter

8

4

-

-

RPSB9

Facebook

600

2,500

-

-

Twitter

-

-

-

-

RHQ

Facebook

4,680

   

5

Twitter

4680

     

Total

55,442

24,851

85

10

Information Operations (IO) Plan and Media Lines

Unit

Information Operation Plan Formulated

Media Lines Disseminated

(from NHQ)

Localized Media Lines Formulated

ZNPPO

610

433

15

ZSPPO

300

574

874

ZSBPPO

16

16

-

ZCPO

22

179

28

ICPS

1

4

-

RPSB9

11

11

11

RHQ

3

70

5

Total

963

1,287

933

2. Sustain Partnership and Collaboration

Partnership and Collaboration with Stakeholders and Other Pillars of the Criminal Justice System (CJS)

Implementation of Joint Programs/Projects with Stakeholders and other Pillars of the Criminal Justice System

Unit

Name of Organization

Program/Project Title

Purpose/Objective of the Program/Project

ZNPPO

-

-

-

ZSPPO

Crime Buster-Criminology students

Internship

Traffic Assistance

ZSBPPO

-

-

-

ZCPO

Crime Watch Volunteer

Symposium on Anti-Terrorism

Public awareness

Women Sector

Conference on Oplan Lambat Sibat

Public awareness/ Advocacy Campaign

ICPS

CPOC

City Peace and Order Council

Maintain the Peace and Order

RPSB9

ZABIDA, MBLT 11, Tau Gama Phi,Youth Solidarity For Peace,Phil Coastguard, CSWD Office,ZCDRRMO, Blgu,Naval Forces WESTMIN

Relief Operations to Vitali Victims

To provide relief goods to Vitali victim

Ciudad Medical Zamboanga

Bloodletting Activity

To give blood to Red Cross

RHQ

-

-

-

 Participation in Faith-Based Organizations

Unit

(PRO)

Faith-Based Organization Engaged

Focus of Partnership/ Collaboration/Activities

ZNPPO

Moral Recovery Program

•   Strengthening of PNP Families

·      Spiritual Enrichment of PNP personnel and dependents

1st Friday of the Month Mass

ZSPPO

Moral Recovery Program

·   Strengthening of PNP Families

·   Spiritual Enrichment of PNP personnel and dependents

1st Friday of the Month Mass

ZSBPPO

Bless Our Cop

Moral Recovery of PNP Personnel and Drugs Surrenderers

ZCPO

Bukas Loob sa Diyos

·   Strengthening of PNP Families

·   Spiritual Enrichment of PNP personnel and dependents

Parish Renewal Experience (PREX)

Life in the Spirit Seminar

RPSB9

Fruit Bearer Assemblage

·   Strengthening of PNP Families

·   Spiritual Enrichment of PNP personnel and dependents

ICPS

Bukas Loob sa Diyos

·   Strengthening of PNP Families

·   Spiritual Enrichment of PNP personnel and dependents

Parish Renewal Experience (PREX)

Life in the Spirit Seminar

RHQ

-

-

Participation in Religious, Health/Physical Fitness, and Environmental Protection Programs/Campaigns

Unit

Accomplishments

Number of Religious Faith-based Activities Participated

Number of Health/Physical  Fitness Program Participated

Number of Environmental Protection Related Activities Participated

ZNPPO

909

136

1,884

ZSPPO

1,932

4,992

629

ZSBPPO

82

237

194

ZCPO

582

57

70

ICPS

-

-

-

RPSB9

22

480

22

RHQ

17

14

5

Total

3,544

5,916

2,804

Family, Juvenile and Gender and Development Program

FJGAD-related training

Unit

 

Accomplishments

Gender Sensitivity Training

Women & Children Advocacy Program

Nr of Trngs Conducted

Nr of Participants

Nr of Trngs Conducted

Nr of Participants

ZNPPO

52

3,745

285

12,156

ZSPPO

-

-

734

22,205

ZSBPPO

-

-

26

1,150

ZCPO

30

1,680

80

4,753

ICPS

-

-

10

120

RPSB9

-

-

-

-

RHQ

-

-

-

-

Total

82

5,425

1,135

40,384

Anti-corruption Initiative

Unit

 

Accomplishments (Based on the Client Satisfaction Survey Form)

Number of Positive

Feedback Received

Number of

Negative Feedback

ZNPPO

1,021

-

ZSPPO

-

-

ZSBPPO

179

4

ZCPO

5,964

4

ICPS

30

5

RPSB9

-

-

RHQ

-

-

Total

7,194

13

 

PROCESS EXCELLENCE

“Process Excellence is rooted on the integrated QUAD Concept to improve crime prevention, crime solution and community safety awareness through community-oriented and human rights-based policing”.

Improve crime prevention

 The prevailing peace and order situation in the Zamboanga Peninsula will continue to be tranquil. This situation is attributable to the operational adjustments implemented for the period under review.

              Results-oriented Operations

              Campaign against Illegal Drugs. For the period, a total of 2,350 anti-illegal drug operations were conducted by PRO9 in coordination with the PDEA consisting of buy-bust operations, house raids/searches, inflagrante and checkpoints that resulted in the confiscation of 44.2448 grams of marijuana, 1 seedling of marijuana, 37 sticks of marijuana, 8 grams of ecstacy, 2,510 grams of cocaine and 912.54 grams of shabu with a total DDB value of Php 8,507,688.79 and the arrest of 1,349 suspects and the filing of 841 cases in court.

              Campaign against Carnapping. Anti-carnapping operations resulted in the recovery of 2 motor vehicles and 60 motorcycles. Out of 3 carnapping and 109 motornapping reported incidents, 43 suspects were arrested.

              Campaign against Illegal Gambling. The 211 anti-illegal gambling operations conducted led to the arrest of 361 persons, confiscation of cash and article amounting to Php 1,473,594.00 and the filing of 263 cases in courts.

              Campaign against Illegal Fishing. For the period, a total of 42 illegal  fishing operations were conducted which resulted in the arrest of 172 suspects and the confiscation of 16 boxes and 83 kg of assorted fish, 1 fishing vessel, 5 commercial fishing boats, 27 fishing boats, 17 motorized pump boats, 7 unit engine and assorted fishing paraphernalia.

              Campaign against Illegal Logging. For the period, a total of 46 illegal  logging operations were conducted that resulted in the arrest of 23 suspects and the confiscation of 576 flitches, 257pcs mangroves trees, 209pcs round timber of mahogany and falcate,  other lumber with estimated volume of 75,408.27 board feet with estimated amounting of Php1,565,637.00.

              Campaign against Smuggling and Piracy. An estimated Php2,442,500.00 worth of smuggled goods were confiscated during the conduct of 16 anti-smuggling/anti-piracy operations where 4 persons were arrested. Confiscated smuggled items were turned-over to Bureau of Customs.

              Campaign against Cattle Rustling. Eight (8) cases of stolen cattle were reported. Operations conducted resulted in the recovery of 47 cattle and the arrest of 9 suspects.

              Campaign against Loose Firearms. Firearms confiscated for violation of Republic Act No. 8294 registered a total of 300 broken down as follows:

TYPE OF OPERATION

FIREARMS CONFISCATED

TOTAL

SHORT ARMS

LIGHT WEAPONS

IMPLEMENTATION OF SEARCH WARRANT

38

4

42

CHECKPOINT OPERATION

12

6

18

SERVICE OF WARRANT OF ARREST

7

3

10

OPLAN BAKAL/SITA

8

9

17

POLICE PATROL/RESPONSE

102

33

135

TURNED-IN FOR SAFEKEEPING

65

13

78

SUB-TOTAL

232

68

300

GRAND TOTAL

300

Consequently, a total of 207 persons were arrested and 94 cases were filed in courts.

Campaign against Most Wanted Persons and Other Wanted Persons. A total of One Thousand One Hundred Five (1,105) were neutralized and One Thousand One Hundred Five (1,105) are for filing in court.

 

TRAININGS/SEMINAR

For CY 2017, RIDMD has managed the conduct of following eleven (11) Investigation Competency Trainings:, two (2) WCPD Specialized Course, two (2) Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS), two (2) Crime Scene First Responders Seminar Workshop (CSFRSW) and four (3) Criminal Investigation Course (CIC) done and one still going on. and one (1) Investigation Officer Basic Course (IOBC) which is still going on.

 

INTELLIGENCE DRIVEN OPERATIONAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS

 

Improve Community Safety Awareness through community-oriented  and human rights-based policing

  • On April 24-26, 2017 the HRAO9 facilitated the NHQ HRAO on the 2-day Human Rights Refresher Seminar conducted by HRAO CRAME headed by PCSUPT DENNIS A SIERVO and he gave lectures on International Humanitarian Law; Human Rights Based Policing; RA 7430- An Act Defining Certain Rights of Person Arrested, Detained of Under Custodial Investigation as well as the duties of the Arresting, Detaining and Investigating Officers and Providing Penalties for Violation and 9745- the Anti-Torture Law to PNP Personnel;
  • On May, 2017 SPO2 DENIS F LAQUIO of this office Conducted 1 Day lecture on Torture Prevention/Human Rights Based Policing to 46 PNP Personnel Undergoing the Criminal Investigation Course at RSTU9 Camp Col. Romeo A Abendan, Mercedes Zamboanga City;
  • On August, 2017 SPO2 DENIS F LAQUIO of this office Conducted 2 hours Lecture on Human Rights to 50 PNP Personnel Undergoing Gender Awareness and Development Seminar at RSTU9;
  • On October 18, 2017 HRAO9 facilitated NHQ HRAO in the Conduct of PNP-CSO Forum on Rights Based Policing at Garden Orchid Hotel Zamboanga City.
  • On November 2017 SPO2 DENIS F LAQUIO of this office Conducted 1 Day lecture on Torture Prevention/Human Rights Based Policing to 50 PNP Personnel Undergoing the Criminal Investigation Course at RSTU9 Camp Col. Romeo A Abendan, Mercedes Zamboanga City;
  • SPO2 DENIS F LAQUIO of this office was invited by Regional Training Center 9 as a guest/lecturer on Human Rights and Human Rights Based Policing for PSBRC-2017 classes BROVO, CHARLIE, GOLF and HOTEL; and
  • The HRAO9 acted as evaluator and set the criteria for the selection of best Provincial and municipal Human Rights Desk.

 

Disaster Preparedness and Management

Inventory of Search and Rescue (SAR) Assets

Activities

 

Number of Activities Conducted

ZNPPO

ZSPPO

ZSBPPO

ZCPO

ICPS

RPSB9

RHQ

TOTAL

Coordination with LGUs

318

110

97

115

1

120

17

619

Information Drive

1,840

91

546

1

180

 

2,817

Clean-Up Drive (de-clogging of esteros/waterways)

489

230

30

48

2

10

4

813

Inter-Unit Disaster Response Drill Competition

6

312

7

8

-

-

-

333

Simulation Drills and Exercise (earthquake and fire)

32

312

15

20

-

20

1

400

Relief Operations

4

336

4

38

1

4

-

387

Search, Rescue, and Retrieval Operations

5

340

6

41

1

4

-

397

Total

854

3,480

250

816

6

338

22

5,766

 

OTHER INITIATIVES

Community

Police-Community Partnership

1) Forging Partnership

a) Institutionalization of Barangay Peacekeeping Operation (BPO) 

Unit

 

COMPOSITION AND NUMBER OF BPAT MEMBERS

Number of Barangays with BPATs

Barangay Tanod

Security Guard

Members of NGOs

(anti-crime groups)

Members of Sectoral Group

Members of Tricycle/ Operators Drivers Association

Members of Radio Groups/ Clubs

Total

ZNPPO

672

3,380

109

899

384

132

467

6,043

ZSPPO

681

4,632

182

346

3,100

456

73

9,470

ZSBPPO

389

2,307

116

88

2,117

81

14

5,112

ZCPO

98

1,055

670

26

35

195

6

2,085

ICPS

45

315

129

5

6

1,500

5

2,005

RPSB9

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

RHQ

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

TOTAL

1,885

11,689

1,206

1,364

5,642

2,364

565

24,715

b) BPAT Related Trainings 

 

UNIT

Training (Title)

Date

Number of Participants

Police Supervisors

BPAT

Members

ZNPPO

BPAT Skills Enhancement Training

January – November 2017

661

4,622

ZSPPO

BPATS Refresher Lecture

November 14, 201

538

3,810

ZSBPPO

BPAT Seminar(28 Brgy’s Cluster),Ipil

March 9, 2017

28

280

BPAT Seminar, Diplahan

April 26, 2917

7

80

April 27, 2017

5

50

 BPAT Orientation Seminar, Dumpoc, Imelda

July 19, 2017

1

19

 BPAT Seminar,Tupilac, RT Lim

July 7, 2017

1

20

Remedios, RT Lim BPAT Orientation Seminar

July 13, 2017

1

20

San Antonio, RT Lim BPAT Orientation Seminar

July 13, 2017

1

20

Ali Alsree, RT Lim BPAT Orientation Seminar

July 17, 2017

1

20

Pres Roxas, RT Lim BPAT Orientation Seminar

July 18, 2017

1

20

Magsaysay, RT Lim BPAT Orientation Seminar

July 19, 2017

1

20

BPAT Seminar (Mahayahay), Siay

January 2017

1

25

BPAT Seminar  (Camanga), Siay

July 2017

1

30

BPAT Seminar  (MInsulao,)Siay

June 2017

1

20

BPAT Seminar  (Paruk),Siay

August 2017

1

25

BPAT Seminar  (Magsaysay),Siay

August 2017

1

15

BPAT Seminar  (Maligaya),Siay

September 2017

1

15

BPAT Seminar  (Laih),Siay

September 2017

1

20

BPAT Seminar , Imelda

June 11-12, 2017

2

36

BPAT Seminar (Titay MPS)

2

100

BPAT Seminar (Tungawan MPS)

May 8-13, 2017

25

646

ZCPO

BPAT Skills Enhancement Training

September 9, 2017

October 8, 2017

1

70

BPAT Skills Enhancement Training

June 13, 2017

1

35

BPAT Skills Enhancement Training

Jun 14 & Nov 11, 2017

23

86

BPAT Skills Enhancement Training

June 14, 2017

1

20

BPAT Skills Enhancement Training

February 4, 2017

4

35

ICPS

-

-

-

-

RPSB9

-

-

-

-

RHQ

-

-

-

-

Total

1,312

10,159

 

Success stories in the operationalization of BPO/BPAT

PCR accomplishment report on Brgy Peacekeeping Action Team(BPATs) Seminar (Sambayan Effort) on or about 09:00 in the morning of November 10, 2017, PNP personnel of this station led by PCI EDGAR RETUYA HINOCTAN, OIC, together with the Municipal Peace and Order Council  Chairman of this municipality – Hon Allan R Godoy with the 44 Federated BPATs Chairman of this municipality went to Barangay Lintugop, Aurora, Zamboanga del Sur for the purpose of the mobile monthly meeting and seminar workshop of the said chairmen.  The said seminar focus on the first responder’s roles and what if BPAT’s/BADAC members once incident/ crisis arises in their Barangay and updates of every Barangay’s Peace and Order Situation and PNP Anti-Illegal Drugs Campaign Plan and Illegal gambling. Activity ended at about 10:00 in the morning of same date

On or about 270900H October 2017, PNP personnel of Mahayag MPS led by SPO3 Elso Singcay Mag-usara, TL under the supervision of PCI VAN FROILLAN P TOMPONG, OIC conducted BPATs monthly meeting held at LGU building, Poblacion, Mahayag, ZDS purposely to consolidate the reports of every barangay chairmen as well as the peace and order situation in their respective places and remind also the duties and function as force multiplier and extra vigilant especially during night time. Activity ended at about 1030H of same date with fruitful result.

Please be informed that on or about 07:00 o’clock in the evening of August 31, 2017 PO3 Renel Bacatan Flores, PCR PNCO under the supervision and control of PI JONATHAN A CATUBAY, Officer in-charge, RT Lim MPS conducted briefing/dialogue and Mobilization of  Barangay Peacekeeping Action Team particularly with the CVO’s, Tanod of Barangay Katipunan, Ali Alsree and Kulambugan especially in conducting Night watch Activity,  assisting  in Police works like traffic enforcement and implementation of National and Municipal ordinances as Force multipliers of said municipality. 

 

Community Assistance and Development Programs

Community Assistance &

Development Activities

Accomplishments

Conducted by the PNP

Supported by the PNP

 

ZNPPO

ZSPPO

ZSBPPO

ZCPO

ICPS

RPSB9

RHQ

Total

ZNPPO

ZSPPO

ZSBPPO

ZCPO

ICPS

RPSB9

RHQ

Total

Medical & Dental Outreach Programs (MEDOP)

-

8

 

13

-

3

5

29

163

25

37

47

-

3

 

275

Relief Operations

-

24

 

22

-

4

1

51

-

12

 

36

1

10

-

59

Feeding Program

-

52

53

33

-

10

21

169

326

20

 

54

2

7

-

409

Bloodletting

-

 

27

20

-

7

1

55

34

10

 

24

-

 

7

75

Support to Community Projects

     

21

 

-

4

25

-

   

32

2

   

34

Livelihood & Skills Development Projects

     

6

 

-

-

6

-

35

 

15

-

   

50

Total

-

84

80

115

 

24

32

335

523

115

37

208

5

20

6

206

 

LEARNING AND GROWTH

“Learning and Growth intends to develop competent, motivated, values-oriented and disciplined police personnel; and develop a responsive and highly professional police organization”.

  1. Recruitment Program

Number of Applicants

 

Number of Applicants who are qualified

Number of Applicants who   took their oath

1,054

891

500

  1. Individual Training Program

This office continuously sending participants for training for the PNP personnel to be able to learn new things and further develop and enhance their skills in the performance of their day to day duties and responsibilities.

Name of Training Seminar

No. of Activities Conducted

Number of Participants 

PCO

PNCO

NUP

TOTAL

STANDARD HANDGUN MARKMANSHIP SEMINAR

6

Phase 1

Phase 2

 

 

0

 

233

 

165

 

 

0

 

398

PATROL OFFICER BASIC COURSE

3

0

105

0

105

FIELD TRAINING OFFICERCOURSE

8

0

364

0

364

SUMMARY HEARING PROCEEDING SEMINAR

2

15

50

0

65

 3. Specialized Training Program

Personnel of this Office are undergoing specialized training in order for them to develop their skills in the field of their specialization.

Name of Training Seminar

No. of Activities Conducted

Number of Participants 

PCO

PNCO

NUP

TOTAL

SPECIALIZED COURSE FOR WCPD

1

0

43

0

43

CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION COURSE

3

0

147

0

147

PRE-CHARGE EVALUATION SEM.

2

0

77

0

77

CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION AND DETECTION MANAGEMENT SEMINAR

0

0

0

0

0

 4. Unit Training Program

Constant conduct of these would help in the development and enhancement of personal and professional self of every PNP personnel.

Name of Training Seminar

No. of Activities Conducted

Number of Participants

PCO

PNCO

NUP

TOTAL

COUNTER TERRORISM COURSE

0

0

0

0

0

ORG.CRIME INVEST COURSE

0

0

0

0

0

POLICE INVEST REF. COURSE

0

0

0

0

0

CRISIS RESPONSE SEMINAR

0

0

0

0

0

POLICE INTELLIGENCE SEMINAR

1

0

46

0

46

MANAGING POLICE OPERATION TRAINING

2

0

67

0

67

ANTI-ILLEGAL DRUGS OPERATION & INVESTIGATION

4

0

289

0

289

CRIME SCENE FIRST RESPONDER WORKSHOP

1

0

50

0

50

PCADC

0

0

0

0

0

AFIS

1

0

62

2

64

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY FOR FINANCE OFFICER

1

0

36

0

36

BOMB IDENTIFICATION AWARENESS SEM.

0

0

0

0

0

INVESTIGATION OF CRIME INVOLVING WOMEN AND CHILDREN

0

0

0

0

0

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT SEMINAR

1

0

35

6

41

CLOSE QUARTER BATTLE

0

0

0

0

0

EORA

2

13

50

0

63

SWAT

0

0

0

0

0


5. Foreign Training Program

Name of Training Seminar

No. of Activities Conducted

Number of Participants

PCO

PNCO

NUP

TOTAL

Use Of Special Skill For Solving 2nd Investigation of Crimes in the Sphere Information Technologies

1

1

0

0

1

6. Promotion System (3rd Level and 2nd Level)

In the 1st semester Calendar Year 2017 Regular Promotion Program, there were 683 PNP personnel of this office  (PCOs and PNCOs) who were promoted to the next higher ranks.

 2ND LEVEL (PHASE 1 CY 2017 REGULAR PROMOTION PROGRAM)

RANK

No. of Personnel Promoted

PSUPT-PSSUPT

1

PCINSP- PSUPT

4

PSINSP-PCINSP

9

PINSP-PSINSP

43

SPO4-PINSP

0

SPO3-SPO4

217

SPO2-SPO3

24

SPO1-SPO2

102

PO3-SPO1

180

PO2-PO3

52

PO1- PO2

51

     TOTAL

683

 

BEST PRACTICES

 

 

Early Detection System

PRO 9 through front line units and intelligence community conducted the following initiatives to prevent criminal elements to conduct criminal activities:

  • i-protect: vs carnapping problem
  • i-sting: vs gun for hire
  • i-report: early detection system vs terrorism
  • i-belong: vs Scalawag Police
  • i-track: use of GPS to track police resources
  • i-watch: CCTVs on police stations, checkpoints, elsewhere

Target hardening

  • Sustain and beef-up law enforcement, security and safety activities in AOR;
  • Conducted Preventive and combat patrols in coordination with the AFP in all camps and vital installations;
  • Provided road and bus marshals and assistance desks along MSRs;
  • Conducted Social investigation not only for intelligence networking but to establish rapport;
  • Directed all personnel to know the community they are in;
  • Conducted SIMEX/CEREX/COMMEX to ensure that all PNP members will know what to do in case of any violent enemy activities and to know our strength and weaknesses;
  • Developed information operations depending on the peculiarities (culture tradition area, etc…);
  • Conducted Red Teaming operations with all security providers and managers in vital installations, malls, hotel and the like to purposely determine gaps and loopholes;
  • Conducted offensive operations (Tactical and Legal) in all Identified priority areas in coordination and cooperation with AFP with the use of modern technology like drone and e-SMS; and
  • Conducted regular JPSCC meetings

Checkpoints

This office through our front line units conducted the following measures and initiatives especially but not limited to the following to prevent lawless elements from conducting any nefarious activities:

  • Establish Border Control check/chokepoints and see to it that the riding public safe and secured from any threat;
  • Conducted Daily and Random checkpoints in AOR particularly in crime prone and hotspots areas;
  • Establishment of Fixed Checkpoints

Manhunt Operations

 PRO 9 conducted Sting Operations which resulted in the following:

  • Neutralization of 38 gun-for-hire members, 23 arrested and 15 killed during armed encounters with the police operatives;
  • Neutralized a total of 2,264 of its 2,604 HVTs which translates 86.94 percent neutralization;
  • Neutralization of 30 lawless elements/organized criminal gangs 23 arrested and 7 killed)

Control of Sea Lanes

PRO 9 conducted Enhance law enforcement thru activation and employment of Task Groups in our seawaters and coastlines considering that the peninsula is bounded by vast seas and coast lines and in our analysis most of the threat groups are utilizing the seas and vast coastlines as their mobility corridor in perpetrating their terroristic activities such as kidnapping, piracy, shooting incidents and extortions. And our vast coast lines affords them the opportunity to sneak into the peninsula undetected and unguarded and there is a need to patrol, interdict and monitor our coast lines and seawaters as our intervention to prevent these terror groups to perpetrate their plans and terroristic activities. The following are the Task Groups activated to address these challenges:

  • TG SIBUGAY BAY- task to conduct LEO and, interdiction and patrol the Sibugay Bay and its coastline
  • TG YLLANA BAY- task to conduct LEO and interdiction and patrol the Yllana Bay in Zamboanga del Sur
  • TG SSB- task to conduct LEO and in the municipalities of Sibuco, Sirawai, Siocon and Baliguian of the 3rd District of Zamboanga del Norte to address the threats of kidnapping and shooting incidents perpetrated by lawless elements in these areas in support to the efforts of concern police stations.
  • TG SACOL TRIANGLE-

 With the gains achieved this year, PRO9 is confident that it can face the challenges that the year 2018 is about to bring. As unified organization is optimistic that the gains this year can further motivate each personnel to perform their duties for this coming year with renewed vigor and enthusiasm and rest assured that the office will continue greater dedication to serve and protect the zamboanga peninsula as it realizes its way of life as a kindheart, fierce and brave spirit law enforcer of this region.

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