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MESSAGE
I commend the efforts of the Philippine National Police in the
development of this Standard Training Package for Field Training
Program with the goal of providing a detailed day-to-day guide to
ensure that wherever the FTP is being conducted, the trainees/
recruits are provided with quality and standardized training.
This endeavor is a manifestation of the PNPs commitment
towards the attainment of a credible and effective police force. It is
through training that the knowledge, skills, and attitudes of every
personnel are being molded.
The NAPOLCOM and the PNP will continue to work in synergy
towards the achievement of our goals and the improvement of the peace and order situation
in the country.
I extend my warmest congratulations to the PNP leadership for its efficient service and
proactive effort to address the needs of the organization.

MAR ROXAS
Chairman, NAPOLCOM
NAPOL

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Republic of the Philippines


NATIONAL POLICE COMMISSION
NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS, PHILIPPINE NATIONAL POLICE
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF, PNP
Camp Crame, Quezon City

FOREW ORD
It is with pride that I commend the men and women of the
Philippine National Police involved in crafting this rst-ever
Standard Training Package (STP) for Field Training Program
(FTP) which will provide our eld training ofcers (FTOs) an
indispensable tool in facilitating the conduct of the FTP. It also
includes a police trainees guide as reference for our police recruits
as they go about the program. The efforts and commitment you
shared to accomplish this task is worthy of recognition.
With the implementation of this STP for FTP, the organization
is condent that it will be able to produce and develop more
competent and effective police ofcers committed in providing
Serbisyong Makatotohanan to the community that it swore to serve and protect.
This STP is part of the realization of the competency program under the CODE-P Strategic
Initiative.
At the end of it all, everything rests upon us on how we will utilize the knowledge imparted
to us and how we will exercise the authority and power vested upon us as police ofcers and
public servants.

ALAN LA MADRID PU
PURISIMA
Police Director
rector General
Genera
Chief, PNP
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Serb isyong Makatotohanan

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NATIONAL POLICE COMMIS SIO N
NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS, PHILIPPINE NATIONAL POLICE
DIRECTORATE FOR HUMAN RESOURCE AND DOCTRINE DEVE L O PM E N T
Camp Crame, Quezon City

PREFACE
The Directorate for Human Resource and Doctrine
Development (DHRDD) has undergone major developments
aimed at improving the quality of training being given to every
PNP personnel.
With the CPNPs directive to improve the Field Training
Program (FTP) for PO1, this Directorate, in coordination with
the PNP Training Service (PNPTS), initiated the development
of a Standard Training Package (STP) for FTP with the help of
seasoned Field Training Officers (FTOs) and Regional Special
Training Unit (RSTU) Training Managers from the different Police
Regional Offices. The inputs provided in the development of this
STP were derived from the first hand experiences of the FTOs and Training Managers, thus,
making this STP more realistic and attuned to the needs of the police trainees.
The STP is a day-to-day guide for FTOs as well as trainees in the conduct of the FTP
to ensure that all the learning objectives are accomplished. The STP for FTP will serve as
the bible in implementing a uniform and standard training for all police trainees undergoing
the Field Training Program. It contains, among others, the program of instruction, training
manuscripts, slide presentations, sample scenarios, and test questionnaires that would aid
the FTOs in conducting the field training of the police trainees. It also contains the Police
Trainees Guide which would serve as the trainees reference and manual as they go about
the program.
With this Standard Training Package, the DHRDD is hopeful that the FTO could provide
better quality training and produce more competent and credible police officers in accordance
with the CPNPs CODE-P Strategic Initiative.

ALEX PAUL INTO MONTEAGUDO


MONTEAGUD
Police Director
TDHRDD
TDHRDD

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
The Standard Training Package for Field Training Program (STP for FTP) could never
been crafted if not for the time, effort, and dedication exemplified by the men and women of
the Philippine National Police who shared not only their knowledge but also their first hand
experiences and expertise in crafting this STP for FTP.
With this, I would like to extend my heartfelt gratitude and appreciation to the people
behind this commendable accomplishment.
To the officers and staff of the PNP Training Service (PNPTS) led by PCSUPT VICENTE
AREO LOOT, Director, PNPTS, for the support and assistance rendered in the development
of this STP for FTP;
To PCSUPT LYNDEL ALPUERTO DESQUITADO and PCSUPT MANUEL CESAR
ALVAREZ PRIETO, Deputy Director and Executive Officer, Directorate for Human Resource
and Doctrine Development (DHRDD) for steering the DHRDD Technical Staff towards the
realizaiton of this project;
To the members of the Technical Staff - led by PSSUPT AGUSTIN ESPERANZA SENOT
and to PSSUPT JEROME SALE BAXINELA, Head Facilitator, and PSSUPT RANULFO
IBAEZ DEMIAR for their tenacity and commitment as they carried out all the spadework to
ensure the successful implementation of this project.
My greatest appreciation goes out to the members of the Technical Working Groups
composed of members of the PNPTS and the Field Training Officers and Regional Special
Training Unit Training Managers and particularly to PSUPT PAMELA DESQUITADO
BALASABAS, for their strength of purpose as they poured their energy to accomplish this
goal.
And to NUP Ivy Anne B. Robrigado and NUP Lei-lani R. David for their diligence in
editing and proofreading the STP for FTP.
To PDG ALAN LA M ADRID PURISIMA, Chief, PNP, for providing the leadership and
inspiration as he continues to steer the PNP towards the fulfillment of its goals and the
betterment of the police service.

ALEX PAUL INTO MONTEAGUDO


MONTEAGUD
Police Director &
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MES SA GE .................................................................................................................. iii
FOR E W ORD ..............................................................................................................iv
PR EFAC E...................................................................................................................

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT ............................................................................................vi
INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................ 1
Phase Information ................................................................................................. 1
Training Goal......................................................................................................... 1
Training Description .............................................................................................. 1
Training Objectives ............................................................................................... 1
Target Audience .................................................................................................... 2
Phase Duration ..................................................................................................... 2
Learning Aids ........................................................................................................ 2
Police Trainees Materials ..................................................................................... 2
Training References .............................................................................................. 3
PROGRAM OF INSTRUCTION (POI)........................................................................ 4
MASTER TRAINING SCHEDULE .............................................................................. 5
MODULE I: Orientation and Familiarization
Training Plan ......................................................................................................... 7
Daily Training Schedule ........................................................................................ 8
Training Manuscript............................................................................................. 11
Introduction .................................................................................................... 11
PNP Organizational Structure ............................................................................. 12
Slides ................................................................................................................. 13
DAY 2: Orientation and Familiarization
Training Plan ....................................................................................................... 15
Daily Training Schedule ...................................................................................... 16
Training Manuscript............................................................................................. 19

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Introduction .................................................................................................... 19
Functions of Local Chiefs Executives ............................................................ 19
Existence of Peace and Order Council and
Religious Community Leaders....................................................................... 21
Slides ................................................................................................................. 23
DAY 3: Basic Duties and Responsibilities of a Police Officer
Training Plan ....................................................................................................... 25
Daily Training Schedule ...................................................................................... 26
Training Manuscript............................................................................................. 29
Introduction .................................................................................................... 29
Basic Functions of a Police Officer ................................................................ 29
Familiarization of Crime Clock/Mapping and Comprehensive Statistics........ 29
Slides ................................................................................................................. 31
DAY 4: Basic Duties and Responsibilities of a Police Officer
Training Plan ....................................................................................................... 33
Daily Training Schedule ...................................................................................... 34
Training Manuscript............................................................................................. 37
Introduction .................................................................................................... 37
Categories of Police Operations .................................................................... 37
Powers and Funtions of the PNP................................................................... 38
Importance of Patrol as a backbone of Police Service .................................. 39
Slides .......................................................................... ....................................... 41
MODULE II: Patrol
Training Plan ....................................................................................................... 44
Daily Training Schedule (Day 5).......................................................................... 45
Training Manuscript............................................................................................. 48
Patrol ............................................................................................................. 48
Area Profiling ................................................................................................. 48
Patrol Operations: Patrol Deployment Procedure.......................................... 48
Persons in Authority and Agents of Person in Authority ................................ 48
Practical Exercise (Role Playing)................................................................... 49
Field Immersion ............................................................................................. 50
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Dos and Donts for Foot Patrol...................................................................... 50


DAY 7: Pre-Deployment Procedures
Training Plan ....................................................................................................... 53
Daily Training Schedule ...................................................................................... 54
Training Manuscripts ........................................................................................... 57
Beat ............................................................................................................... 57
Spot/Check Accosting.................................................................................... 57
Patrol Operations: Pre-Deployment Procedure ............................................. 57
Practical Exercise (Role Playing)................................................................... 57
Field Immersion ............................................................................................. 59
DAY 8: Patrol Operations, Arrest, Crime Clock
Training Plan ....................................................................................................... 60
Daily Training Schedule ...................................................................................... 61
Training Manuscript............................................................................................. 64
Arrest ............................................................................................................. 64
Crime Clock ................................................................................................... 64
Patrol Operations: Deployment Procedures .................................................. 64
Field Immersion ............................................................................................. 65
DAY 9: Dragnet Operation, First Responder, Deployment Procedures
Training Plan ....................................................................................................... 66
Daily Training Schedule ...................................................................................... 67
Training Manuscript............................................................................................. 70
Dragnet Operation ......................................................................................... 70
First Responder ............................................................................................. 70
Patrol Operations: Deployment Procedures .................................................. 70
Field Immersion ............................................................................................. 71
DAY 10: Post Deployment Procedures
Training Plan ....................................................................................................... 73
Daily Training Schedule ...................................................................................... 74
Training Manuscripts ........................................................................................... 77
Patrol Shift ..................................................................................................... 77

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Patrol Personnel ............................................................................................ 77


Patrol Supervisor ........................................................................................... 77
Patrol Officer.................................................................................................. 77
Patrol Operations: Post Deployment Procedures .......................................... 77
Field Immersion ............................................................................................. 78
DAY 11: Dos and Donts for Police Outpost
Training Plan ....................................................................................................... 79
Daily Training Schedule ...................................................................................... 80
Training Manuscript............................................................................................. 83
Other Forms of Police Operations ................................................................. 83
Police Community Partnership ...................................................................... 83
Police Integrated Patrol System (PIPS)......................................................... 83
Field Immersion ............................................................................................. 84
Dos and Donts for Police Outpost ................................................................ 84
DAY 13: Frequency of Patrol Operations
Training Plan ....................................................................................................... 86
Daily Training Schedule ...................................................................................... 87
Training Manuscript............................................................................................. 90
Patrol Coverage............................................................................................. 90
Patrol Duration............................................................................................... 90
Patrol Route................................................................................................... 90
Patrol Operations: Frequency........................................................................ 90
Field Immersion ............................................................................................. 90
DAY 14: Patrol Log
Training Plan ....................................................................................................... 92
Daily Training Schedule ...................................................................................... 93
Training Manuscript............................................................................................. 96
Task ............................................................................................................... 96
Response Time.............................................................................................. 96
Sector ............................................................................................................ 96
Patrol Operations: Patrol Log ........................................................................ 96

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Purposes of Patrol Log .................................................................................. 94


Field Immersion ............................................................................................. 97
DAY 15: Types of Patrol, Dos and Donts
for Tactical Motorized Rider (TMR) Patrol
Training Plan ....................................................................................................... 98
Daily Training Schedule ...................................................................................... 99
Training Manuscript........................................................................................... 102
Foot Parol .................................................................................................... 102
Police Presence........................................................................................... 102
Standing Duty .............................................................................................. 102
Types of Patrol............................................................................................. 102
Field Immersion ........................................................................................... 103
Dos and Donts for TMR Patrol ................................................................... 103
DAY 16: Mobile Patrol, Patrol Standby Points
Training Plan ..................................................................................................... 106
Daily Training Schedule .................................................................................... 107
Training Manuscript........................................................................................... 110
Mobile Patrol................................................................................................ 110
Patrol Stand-by points ................................................................................. 110
Field Immersion ............................................................................................ 111
Practical Exercises (Role Playing)................................................................111
DAY 17: Patrol Competencies
Training Plan ..................................................................................................... 114
Daily Training Schedule .................................................................................... 115
Training Manuscript........................................................................................... 118
Patrol Competencies ................................................................................... 118
Field Immersion ........................................................................................... 119
Practical Exercises (Role Playing) ............................................................... 119
Dos and Donts fo Mobile Patrol ................................................................. 121
DAY 19: Crime Prevention
Training Plan ..................................................................................................... 123

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Daily Training Schedule .................................................................................... 124


Training Manuscript........................................................................................... 127
Crime Prevention ......................................................................................... 127
Field Immersion ........................................................................................... 128
Practical Exercises (Role Playing) ............................................................... 129
DAY 20: Radio Communication
Training Plan ..................................................................................................... 131
Daily Training Schedule .................................................................................... 132
Training Manuscript........................................................................................... 134
Introduction .................................................................................................. 134
Radio Call and Answering Procedures ........................................................ 134
Dos and Donts in Radio Communication ................................................... 135
APCO Radio Codes..................................................................................... 136
APCO Phonetic Alphabet............................................................................. 136
Field Immersion ........................................................................................... 137
Practical Exercise (Role Playing)................................................................. 138
MODULE III: Basic Laws and PNP Regulations
Training Plan ..................................................................................................... 140
Daily Training Schedule (Day 21)...................................................................... 141
Training Manuscript..................................... ...................................................... 144
Introduction .................................................................................................. 144
PNP Disciplinary Machineries.................................... .................................. 144
Practical Exercise ........................................................................................ 147
Examination ................................................................................................. 147
DAY 22: Basic Laws and Ordinances
Training Plan ..................................................................................................... 151
Daily Training Schedule .................................................................................... 152
Training Manuscript........................................................................................... 155
Definition of Terms ....................................................................................... 155
Practical Exercises: (Role Playing).............................................................. 156
Scenario 1: Robbery Hold-up ...................................................................... 156
Scenario 2: Stabbing Incident ...................................................................... 157
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Training Plan ..................................................................................................... 160
Daily Training Schedule (Day 23)...................................................................... 161
Training Manuscript........................................................................................... 164
Police Operational Procedur e...................................................................... 164
Field Immersion ........................................................................................... 165
DAY 25: Police Operational Procedures
Training Plan ..................................................................................................... 166
Daily Training Schedule .................................................................................... 167
Training Manuscript........................................................................................... 170
Introduction .................................................................................................. 170
Requirements of Police Operation ............................................................... 170
Use of Force During Police Operations ....................................................... 171
DAY 26: Police Operational Procedures
Training Plan ..................................................................................................... 173
Daily Training Schedule .................................................................................... 174
Training Manuscript........................................................................................... 177
Introduction .................................................................................................. 177
Use of Firearm During Police Operations .................................................... 177
DAY 27: First Responder on Vehicle/Traffic Accident
Training Plan ..................................................................................................... 180
Daily Training Schedule .................................................................................... 181
Training Manuscript........................................................................................... 184
Introduction .................................................................................................. 184
Definition of Terms ....................................................................................... 184
Tasks of the First Responder ....................................................................... 184
Procedures in Handling Vehicular/Traffic Accident ...................................... 186
Scenario: Rules/Procedures on Scenarios .................................................. 186
DAY 28: First Responder on Murder/Homicide
Training Plan ..................................................................................................... 189
Daily Training Schedule .................................................................................... 190

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Training Manuscript........................................................................................... 193


Introduction .................................................................................................. 193
Murder/Homicide ......................................................................................... 193
Scenario: Rules/Procedures on Scenario .................................................... 196
DAY 29: First Responder on Robbery/Hold-Up
Training Plan ..................................................................................................... 198
Daily Training Schedule .................................................................................... 199
Training Manuscript........................................................................................... 202
Introduction .................................................................................................. 202
Robbery/Hold-up.......................................................................................... 202
Scenario: Rules/Procedures on Scenario .................................................... 207
DAY 31: First Responder on Bomb Threats
Training Plan ..................................................................................................... 209
Daily Training Schedule .................................................................................... 210
Training Manuscript........................................................................................... 213
Introduction .................................................................................................. 213
Bomb Threats .............................................................................................. 213
Scenario: Rules/Procedures on Scenario .................................................... 215
DAY 32: First Responder on Crowd Control
Training Plan ..................................................................................................... 216
Daily Training Schedule .................................................................................... 217
Training Manuscript........................................................................................... 220
Introduction .................................................................................................. 220
Crowd Control.............................................................................................. 220
Scenario: Rules/Procedures on Scenario .................................................... 222
DAY 33: First Responder on Medical Emergencies
Training Plan ..................................................................................................... 223
Daily Training Schedule .................................................................................... 224
Training Manuscript........................................................................................... 227
Introduction .................................................................................................. 227
Medical Emergencies .................................................................................. 227
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Scenario: Rules/Procedures on Scenario .................................................... 230


Crimes Involving Foreign Nationals ............................................................. 230
Scenario: Rules/Procedures on Scenario .................................................... 231
DAY 34: Police Intervention Techniques
Training Plan ..................................................................................................... 233
Daily Training Schedule .................................................................................... 234
Training Manuscript........................................................................................... 237
Introduction ....................................................................................................... 237
Types of Arrest Techniques.......................................................................... 237
DAY 35: Police Intervention: Methods of Restraint
Training Plan ..................................................................................................... 240
Daily Training Schedule .................................................................................... 241
Training Manuscript........................................................................................... 244
Introduction .................................................................................................. 244
Methods of Restraint.................................................................................... 244
Practical Exercises (Role Playing) ............................................................... 247
MODULE V: Police Community Relation
Training Plan ..................................................................................................... 248
Daily Training Schedule (Day 37)...................................................................... 249
Training Manuscript........................................................................................... 252
Introduction .................................................................................................. 252
PNP Ethical Doctrine and Standards........................................................... 252
PNP Core Values ......................................................................................... 252
Police Customs on Social Decorum ............................................................ 253
PNP Stand on Basic Issues ......................................................................... 253
Practical Exercises (Role Playing) ............................................................... 254
Scenario 1.................................................................................................... 254
Scenario 2.................................................................................................... 254
Slides ............................................................................................................... 257
DAY 38: Paradigm of Community Relatives Policing
Training Plan ..................................................................................................... 260
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Daily Training Schedule .................................................................................... 261


Training Manuscript........................................................................................... 264
Police Community Relations in Patrolling .................................................... 264
The Patrol Beat............................................................................................ 264
Types of Beat Patrol .................................................................................... 365
Dos and Donts on Beat Patrol.................................................................... 265
Paradigm of Community Relations Policy.................................................... 266
Scenario....................................................................................................... 267
Slides ............................................................................................................... 268
DAY 39: Basic Principles of Police Community Relations Policing
Training Plan ..................................................................................................... 272
Daily Training Schedule .................................................................................... 273
Training Manuscript........................................................................................... 276
Introduction .................................................................................................. 276
Basic Principles of Police Community Policing............................................ 276
Practical Exercises (Role Playing) ............................................................... 278
Basic Steps in Community-Based Policy..................................................... 279
Slides ............................................................................................................... 281
DAY 40: Community Relation Policing and Crime Prevention
Training Plan ..................................................................................................... 285
Daily Training Schedule .................................................................................... 286
Training Manuscript........................................................................................... 289
Introduction .................................................................................................. 289
Three (3) Types of Community-Based Policing Activities
for Crime Prevention.................................................................................... 289
Scenario 1: (Role Playing) ........................................................................... 291
Scenario 2.................................................................................................... 291
Slides ............................................................................................................... 293
SUMMARY ............................................................................................................ 296
EVALUATION AND DELIBERATION ................................................................... 297
TWG ....................................................................................................................... 299
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INTRODUCTION
Patrol is considered the backbone of police activities in the preservation of peace
and order. Police Officers have the duty to go around a populated area for purpose of
security and observation. They either move by foot or in motor vehicles in crime prone
areas within their respective beats to look for and apprehend criminals or to respond
to citizens under threat or those calling for assistance. The police is ready to provide
service as summarized in the acronym SAFE, that is, the police is Seen, Admired,
Felt and Experienced. Most often, Police Officers must be visible to the public, to let
them know that they are ready to help secure the neighborhood. In conducting patrols,
the officers intermingle and work with the general populace. The synergy between the
police and the community is a primary factor in effective crime protection.
Police Trainees (PTs) under their respective Field Training Officers (FTOs) shall
engage in beat patrol operations for a period of two (2) months. Working on-the-job
in one (1) shift lasting for eight (8) hours a day and for six (6) days a week, each PT
should log a total of 320 man hours doing patrol operations. PTs should not conduct
patrol operations without the supervision of their FTO.

PHASE INFORMATION
The following eight (8) weeks in the Field Training Program (FTP) comprise the
Patrol Phase having five (5) modules.

TRAINING GOAL
The goal of this phase is to introduce the PTs to the fundamental knowledge in
patrol as one of the law enforcement functions of the Philippine National Police (PNP).

TRAINING DESCRIPTION
The FTP Patrol Phase deals with the concepts of patrol, training goals, training
objectives, and processes. It also deals with the task of a PT to accept the challenges
that go with the life of a trainee. He should imbibe all ideas about effective policing.
Successfully completing the training means that he is qualified for the permanent
appointment and ready to perform the job of a full-pledge as police officer.

TRAINING OBJECTIVES
At the end of this phase, a PT is expected to perform the following with a high
degree of efficiency and expertise:

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1. Develop his patrol skills required as beat patrol officer;


2. Demonstrate proper and correct procedure in the conduct of foot or mobile
patrol operations;
3. Display proper usage of radio codes and radio operations;
4. Uses appropriate arrest techniques, hand-to-hand combat, and weapon skills
in every operation; and
5. Apply his knowledge on Philippine laws, rules and regulations in every activity.

TARGET AUDIENCE
The target audience for this phase are the Police Trainees who completed the six
(6) months Public Safety Basic Recruit Course (PSBRC).

PHASE DURATION
The duration of this phase is two months (2), equivalent to eight weeks (8)
comprised of 40 days with a total of 320 training hours.

LEARNING AIDS
The following are the learning aids required for the duration of the phase:

Multi-Media Projector

Multi-Media Pointer

Laptop Computer
Projector Screen

Flip Charts and markers

Manila Paper

Extra Sheets of Paper

POLICE TRAINEES MATERIALS


The following are the materials needed by the PTs for the duration of the Patrol
Phase:

Police Trainees Guide

Other Learning Materials

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TRAINING REFERENCES
The following are the training references used by the STP-FTP Patrol Phase Team
in crafting this guide:

Revised PNP Operational Procedures Manual (December 2013)

FTP Manual

Revised Penal Code

Tourist Police Manual

Republic Act No. 6975 An Act Establishing the Philippine National Police
under a Reorganized Department of the Interior and Local Government, and
For Other Purposes

Republic Act No. 8551 An Act Providing for the Reform and Reorganization
of the Philippine National Police and For Other Purposes, Amending Certain
Provisions of Republic Act No. 6975

Republic Act No. 7610 An Act Providing for Stronger Deterrence and Special
Protection Against Child Abuse, Exploitation and Discrimination, and for Other
Purposes

Executive Order No. 773, s.2009 Further Reorganizing the Peace and Order
Council

Executive Order No. 309 Reorganizing the Peace and Order Council

NAPOLCOM Memorandum Circular No. 2007-001 Uniform Rules of


Procedures Before the Administrative Disciplinary Authorities and the Internal
Affairs Service of the Philippine National Police

LOI 21/08 (Patnubay II) Campaign Against Misfits and Scalawags Within the
Police Force

LOI 17/10 SUGO (Spiritual Upliftment and Growth of the Organization)

CMC-03-13 PAGGABAY (Pastoral and Family Counselling Initiative)

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MODULE
MODULE I
Orientation and
Familiarization
Basic Duties and
Responsibilities of a
Patrol Officer

MODULE II
Patrol
MODULE III
Basic Laws and PNP
Regulations

MODULE IV
Police Assistance

MODULE V
Police Community
Relation

NO. OF HOURS
LE
PE

COURSE DESCRIPTION
This module will give the Police Trainees an
overview on the basic duties and
responsibilities of a Patrol Officer

.
This module will give Police Trainees the
basic knowledge on the duties of a patrol
officer, the types of patrolling and its
procedures, including the basic or commonly
used radio codes for patrollers.
This module will provide Police Trainees with
the knowledge on the application of the
appropriate laws and the PNP Disciplinary
Machineries.
This module will familiarize the Police
Trainees to undertake appropriate actions as
First Responder in accordance with the
Police Operational Procedures relative to the
different types of common crimes including
security control, securing the crime scene
and preserving evidence, identifying witness
and victims, note-taking and call for
investigators or SOCO.
In this module, the Police Trainees will
understand the importance of their
relationship to the community they are
patrolling.

NO. OF HOURS
TOTAL TRAINING HOURS

INTRODUCTION

12

20

16

112

14

12

84

42

48

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FTOS NOTE: The schedule and activities under this phase must be strictly
followed.
WEEK 1
TIME
From

To

8:00
AM
12:00
PM
1:00
PM

12:00
AM
1:00
PM
5:00
PM

DAY1

DAY2

DAY3

DAY4

DAY5

DAY6

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Module I

Module I

Module I

Module II

Evaluation

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INTRODUCTION

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TRAINING PLAN
MODULE I

ORIENTATION AND FAMILIARIZATION

TARGET AUDIENCE

Police Trainees

DAY

VENUE

Provincial/District Headquarters and City Police


Office

TIME ALLOTTED

Eight (8) Hours

LEARNING AIDS
POLICE TRAINEES
REQUIREMENTS

TRAINING REFERENCES

TRAINING OBJECTIVE
T.O. #1

MODULE I

PTs prescribed uniform (Tamang Bihis)


PTs Guide
Notebook/Tickler, Miranda Warning Card
Sheets of paper
:

TRAINING GOAL

Revised Philippine National Police Operational


Procedures
(PNP
Handbook,
PNPM-DODS-3-2-13, December 2013, R.A. 6975 as amended
by R.A. 8551 and further amended by R.A. 9708)
:

Notebook/Tickler, Reference Materials, Projector,


Flash Drive

The purpose of this block of instruction is to


equip the PTs on basic knowledge pertaining to
the organizational set-up of the PNP, particularly
at
the
national/regional/district/provincial/
city/municipal
police
station/police
precinct
levels.
After this block of instruction, the PTs will be able to:

Know the overview of the organizational set-up of the PNP national/


regional/district/provincial headquarters/city/municipal police stations
and police precincts.

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FTOS NOTE: Check the appropriate boxes or circles indicated in the daily training
schedule.

DAILY TRAINING SCHEDULE


D
A
Y

TIME

4:00
AM

7:00
AM

D AY 1

5:00
AM

5:00
AM

7:00
AM

8:00
AM

FTO CHECKLIST
First Call (4:00
AM) Attention
Call (4:05 AM)
Assembly Call
(4:15 AM)
Accounting
(4:20 AM)

INVOCATION
Morning Prayer

Distribution of
Cleaning
Materials
Designation of
AOR
Availability and
Distribution of
Breakfast

PERSONAL NECESSITIES/
CLEANING OF
AOR/BREAKFAS T AOR
Clean-up Personal
hygiene Wearing of
prescribed uniform
Breakfast: Prayer before
meal

Attendance
Sheet
(7:00 AM-7:15
AM) Rank
Inspection
(7:15 AM-7:45
AM)
Defects Noted

FORMATION AND RANK


INSPECTION
Daily Personnel
Accounting Report
Rank Inspection
Tamang Bihis
Proper haircut
Tickler/Ballpen/Hanky
Handcuff
Socks
Buckle
Mustache
Finger nails

Issue
Delinquency
Report

8:00
AM

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12:00
NN

ACTIVITIES

Supervision of
discussions
and
presentations

REVEILLE
Calisthenics/
Warm-up Exercises/
Physical Conditioning
Road Run

REMARKS
Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

TOPIC PRESENTATION:
ORIENTATION AND
FAMILIARIZATION
Invocation: Police Officers
Prayer
Introduction
Training Goal

Complet ed

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Training Objectives
Familiarization of PNP
Organizational Set-up at
National, Regional,
Provincial/District, City and
Municipal levels
Familiarization of PNP
Organizational Structure

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1:00
PM

1:15
PM

4:45
PM

5:00
PM

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1:00
PM

5:00
PM

oLecture
oPractical

Exercises

Availability of
Lunch
Mess Kits
Venue for
Lunch

LUNCH BREAK
Prayer before meal

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Attendance
Sheet for roll
call formation

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance in the
Afternoon

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Organizational
Structure of
Police
Provincial
Office

FIELD IMMERSION
Courtesy calls with the
Office of the
Provincial/City Director,
Staff and Chiefs of
Branches/Sections:
Admin, Intelligence,
Operations, Logistics,
PCR, Finance, and
Investigation Branches/
Sections
RECAPITULATION
Summary of the activities
for the day
Closing Prayer

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

PERSONAL TIME

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

1:15
PM

4:45
PM

Not Completed

Assign a PT to
recap the
activities for the
day
Issues and
concerns
Other
Instructions
Closing prayer
Supervision on
personal
tasking

6:00
PM

FIE L D

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

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PM

7:00
PM

Availability of
Dinner
Mess kits
Venue for
Dinner

DINNER TIME
Prayer before meal

Supervision of
study time

STUDY TIME

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed

7:00
PM

9:00
PM

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Attendance
Sheet
Defects Noted
9:00
PM

9:30
PM

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AM
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day)

Issue
Delinquency
Report
Supervision of
TAPS

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance before Time
for All Personnel to Sleep
(TAPS)

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

TIME FOR ALL


PERSONNEL TO SLEEP
(TAPS)

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ORIENTAT ION AND FAMILIA RIZAT ION
FTOs Note: 1. Start the training day with a prayer to be led by one of the PTs.
This should be done in a rotation basis. Same PT will deliver the
closing prayer at the end of the lesson/training day.
2. Distribute a copy of the Police Officers Prayer to all PTs to
memorize and internalize.

INTRODUCTION
The PTs must know the overview of the organizational set-up of the PNP at the
national, regional, provincial, and municipal/precinct levels, stipulated in Sec. 25,
Chapter III (A) of R.A. 6975 as amended by R.A. 8551 and further amended by R.A.
9708.
Presentation of the PTs on the subject matter followed by the discussion of the
FTO.
1. National
2. Regional
3. Provincial
4. District
5. City
6. Municipal/Precinct
The PNP shall be headed by a Chief who shall be assisted by two (2) Deputy
Chiefs, one (1) for operations and one (1) for administration, both of whom shall be
appointed by the President upon recommendation of the Commission, from among
the most senior and qualified officers in the service.
The PNP shall be composed of a national office, regional offices, provincial offices,
district offices, city or municipal stations.

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At the national level, the PNP shall maintain its office in Metropolitan Manila which
shall house the directorial staff, service staff and special support units.
At the regional level, the PNP shall have regional offices, including that of the
National Capital Region, which may be divided into two (2) separate regions without
prejudice to the pertinent provisions of the Organic Act for the Autonomous Regions of
the Cordilleras and Muslim Mindanao relative to the creation of a regional police force
in the area of autonomy. Each of these regional offices shall be headed by a Regional
Director for Peace and Order.
PNP Organizational Structure

ASSIGNMENT:
Study and review the following:
1.
2.
FTOs Note:

Guide and discuss with the PTs on all topics, except those topics
that need subject matter experts.

Require the PTs to access internet as part of their research on all


subject matters.

Require also the PTs to have their individual presentation on the


assigned topics.

Allocate 30 minutes for PTs recitation after the discussions.

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Organizati o n al Set up at National, Regional, District,


Prov incial, City /Municip al/ P r eci nct lev els

TRAINING PLAN

The PNP shall be h eaded by a Chief who shall be


assisted by two (2) deputy chiefs, one (1) f or operations
and one ( 1) f or administration, both of whom shall be
appointed by the President upon recommendation of the
Commission from among the most senior and qualif ied
of f icers in the serv ice.

A Call to Leader ship... Towar ds Genuine Tr ansfor m ation

Organizati o n al Set up at National, Regional, District,


Prov incial, City /Municip al/ P r eci nct lev els

Organizati o n al Set up at National, Regional, District,


Prov incial, City /Municip al/ P r eci nct lev els

The PNP shall be composed of a national off ice,


regional offices, prov incial offices, district off ices, city or
municipal stations

At the national lev el


The PNP shall maintain its off ice in Metrop olitan
Manil a which shall house the d irectorial staff, serv ice staff
and special support units

A Call to Leader ship... Towar ds Genuine Tr ansfor m ation

A Call to Leader ship... Towar ds Genuine Tr ansfor m ation

Organizational Set up at National, Regional, District,


Provincial, City/Municipal/Precinct levels

Organizational Set up at National, Regional, District,


Provincial, City/Municipal/Precinct levels

At the regional lev el, the PNP shall hav e regional


offices, including that of the National Capital Region, which
may be div ided into two (2) separate regions without
prejudice to the pertinent prov isions of the Organic Act f or the
Auto nom ous Re gio ns of the Cordil ler as and Musl im
Minda nao relativ e to the creation of a regional police f orce in
the area of autonomy. Each of these regional off ices shall be
headed by a Regional Director f or peace and order

At the prov incial lev el, there shall be a PNP of f ice,


each head ed by a Prov incial Director. In the case of large
prov inces, police districts may be established by the
Commission to be headed by a District Director
At the city or municipal lev el, there shall be a PNP
station, each headed by a Chief of Police.

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TRAINING PLAN
MODULE I

ORIENTATION AND FAMILIARIZATION

TARGET AUDIENCE

Police Trainees

DAY

VENUE

Municipal Police Station/Police Precinct

TIME ALLOTTED

Eight (8) Hours

LEARNING AIDS

Notebook/Tickler, Reference Materials, Projector,


Flash Drive

POLICE TRAINEES
REQUIREMENTS

PTs prescribed uniform (Tamang Bihis)


PTs Guide
Notebook/Tickler, Miranda Warning Card
Sheets of paper

TRAINING REFERENCES

TRAINING GOAL

TRAINING OBJECTIVES

MODULE I

Revised Philippine National Police Operational


Procedures
(PNP
Handbook,
PNPM-DODS-3-2-13, December 2013, R.A. 6975 as amended
by R.A. 8551 and further amended by R.A. 9708)
and Sec.116, R.A. 7160, E.O. 309 and E.O. 739

The purpose of this block of instruction is to


provide the PTs with the basic knowledge on the
organizational set-up of the local government units
(LGUs), particularly at the provincial/city level. This
will also provide an avenue for the FTO to establish
collaboration with the LGUs and Non-Government
Organizations (NGOs), through the conduct of
courtesy calls and appearances of PTs to the local
chief executives and community religious leaders
in the locality.
After this block of instruction, the PTs will be able to:

T.O. #1

Know the organizational set-up, powers and functions of local


chief executives over the PNP; and

T.O. #2

Recognize and appreciate the existence and role of the Peace


and Order Council and religious community leaders in the locality.
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DAILY TRAINING SCHEDULE


D
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TIME

4:00
AM

7:00
AM

D AY 2

5:00
AM

5:00
AM

7:00
AM

8:00
AM

FTO CHECKLIST

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REMARKS

First Call (4:00


AM) Attention
Call (4:05 AM)
Assembly Call
(4:15 AM)
Accounting
(4:20 AM)

INVOCATION
Morning Prayer

Distribution of
Cleaning
Materials
Designation of
AOR
Availability and
Distribution of
Breakfast

PERSONAL NECESSITIES/
CLEANING OF
AOR/BREAKFAST
AOR Clean-up
Personal hygiene
Wearing of prescribed
uniform
Breakfast: Prayer before
meal
FORMATION AND RANK
INSPECTION
Daily Personnel
Accounting Report
Rank Inspection
Tamang Bihis
Proper haircut
Tickler/Ballpen/Hanky
Handcuff
Socks
Buckle
Mustache
Finger nails
TOPIC PRESENTATION:
ORIENTATION AND
FAMILIARIZATION
Invocation: Police Officers
Prayer Introduction
Training Objectives

Attendance Sheet
(7:00 AM-7:15
AM)
Rank Inspection
(7:15 AM-7:45
AM)
Defects Noted

Issue Delinquency
Report

8:00
AM

ACTIVITIES

Supervision on
the discussions
and presentations

Completed
Not Completed

REVEILLE
Calisthenics/
Warm-up Exercises/
Physical Conditioning
Road Run

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

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NN

1:00
PM

1:15
PM

4:45
PM

1:00
PM

Availability of
Lunch
Mess Kits
Venue for Lunch

Attendance Sheet
for roll call
formation

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance in the
Afternoon

Organizational
Structure of LGU
in the locality

FIELD IMMERSION
Courtesy calls with the
Local Government Chiefs
Executive, Chairman of
Peace and Order
Council/Religious
Community Leaders
RECAPITULATION
Summary of the activities
for the day
Closing Prayer

1:15
PM

4:45
PM

5:00
PM

Organizational Setup of
LGU under R.A. 6975 as
amended by R.A. 8551,
and further amended by
R.A. 9708
Existence of Peace and
Order Council under
Sec.116, R.A. 7160, E.O.
309 and E.O.739 and
community religious
leaders
LUNCH BREAK
Prayer before meal

Assign a PT to
recap the
activities for the
day
Issues and
concerns
Other Instructions
Closing prayer
Supervision on
personal tasking

PERSONAL TIME

Not Completed

oLecture
oPractical

Exercises

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed

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PM

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PM

As appropriate
Reason(s):

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6:00
PM

7:00
PM

Availability of
Dinner
Mess kits
Venue for Dinner

DINNER TIME
Prayer before meal

Supervision of
study time

STUDY TIME

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed

7:00
PM

9:00
PM

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Attendance Sheet
Defects Noted
9:00
PM

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PM

Issue Delinquency
Report

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance before Time
for All Personnel to Sleep
(TAPS)

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

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ORIENTAT ION AND FAMILIA RIZAT ION

INTRODUCTION
The PTs must understand the participation of the Local Chief Executive in the
administration of PNP, who vested the sole operational supervision and control over
the PNP in the locality, provided under Section 51 of Chapter III (C), R.A. 6975 as
amended. This lesson will further help the PTs to recognize and appreciate the existence
and role of the Peace and Order Council, under Sec.116, R.A. 7160, E.O. 309 and
E.O. 739, including religious community leaders at the provincial/city/municipal levels.
Presentation by the PTs on the subject matter followed by the discussion by the
FTO.
1. Provincial
2. City
3. Municipal
Functions of Local Chiefs Executives
1. Provincial Governor
The provincial governor shall choose the provincial director from a list of
three (3) eligible recommended by the PNP regional director.
The governor, as chairman of the provincial peace and order council,
shall oversee the implementation of the provincial public safety plan, which is
prepared taking into consideration the integrated community safety plans.
2. City and Municipal Mayors
The city and municipal mayors shall exercise operational supervision
and control over PNP units in their respective jurisdiction except during the
thirty (30) day period immediately preceding and the thirty (30) days following
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police forces shall be under the supervision and control of the Commission on
Elections.
The term operational supervision and control shall mean the power to
direct, superintend, oversee and inspect the police units and forces. It shall
include the power to employ and deploy units or elements of the PNP, through
the station commander, to ensure public safety and effective maintenance of
peace and order within the locality. For this purpose, the term employ and
deploy shall mean as follows:
Employ refers to utilization of units or elements of the PNP for purposes of
protection of lives and properties, enforcement of laws, maintenance of peace
and order, prevention of crimes, arrest of criminal offenders and bringing the
offenders to justice, and ensuring public safety, particularly in the suppression
of disorders, riots, lawless violence, rebellious seditious conspiracy, insurgency,
subversion or other related activities.
Deploy shall mean the orderly organized physical movement of elements
or units of the PNP within the province, city or municipality for purposes of
employment as herein defined.
Integrated Community Safety Plans The municipal/city mayor shall, in
coordination with the local peace and order council of which he is the chairman
pursuant to Executive Order No. 309, as amended, develop and establish an
integrated area/community public safety plan embracing priorities of action and
program thrusts for implementation by the local PNP stations.
It shall, likewise, be the duty of the city or municipal mayor to sponsor
periodic seminars for members of the PNP assigned or detailed in his city or
municipality in order to update them regarding local ordinances and legislations.
Administrative Disciplinary Powers In the areas of discipline, city
and municipal mayors shall have the powers to impose, after due notice and
summary hearings, disciplinary penalties for minor offenses committed by
members of the PNP assigned to their respective jurisdictions, as provided in
Section 41 of this Act.
Other Powers In addition to the aforementioned powers, city and municipal
mayors shall have the following authority over the PNP units in their respective
jurisdictions:

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a. Authority to choose the chief of police from a list of five (5) eligibles
recommended by the provincial police director, preferably from the same
province, city or municipality.
b. Authority to recommend the transfer, reassignment or detail of PNP members
outside of their respective city or town residences; and
c. Authority to recommend, from a list of eligibles previously screened by the
peace and order council, the appointment of new members of the PNP to be
assigned to their respective cities or municipalities without which no such
appointment shall be attested.
Organizational Structure (refer to the concerned LGU in the locality)
Existence of Peace and Order Council and Religious Community Leaders
The Regional Peace and Order Council (RPOC) play a vital role in maintaining the
peace and order situation in every region of the country, pursuant to Sec. 116, R.A.
7160, provides organization of POC. However, E.O. 739 provides reorganization of
POC at the national, regional, provincial, city and municipal levels of government and
further reorganized through E.O. 773.
The POC is organized to thresh out issues and concerns affecting peace and order
of the area of jurisdiction and to come up with a collective decision.
On the other hand, the partnership between and among the religious community
leaders and the PNP must be given preferential attention. The PNP must establish
more collaborative efforts with the religious community leaders, especially on the
conduct of religious activities.
The PNP is on the process of implementing the flagship program of the Chaplain
Service, particularly LOI 17/10 SUGO (Spiritual Upliftment and Growth of the
Organization) and CMC 03-13 Paggabay (Pastoral and Family Counselling Initiative)
on the conduct of a comprehensive spiritual and moral enhancement programs for all
PNP personnel.
ASSIGNMENT
Study and review the following:
1.
2.

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3. Aerial boundaries, vital installations, friendly forces and other government


agencies
FTOs Note:

Guide and discuss with the PTs on all topic, except those topics
that need subject matter experts.

Require the PTs to access internet as part of their research on all


subject matters.

Require also the PTs to have their individual presentation on the


assigned topics.

Allocate 30 minutes for PTs recitation after the discussions.

God never made a promise that was too good to be true.


D.L. Moody

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Functions of Local Chief s Executiv e

Functions of Local Chiefs Executive

Prov incial Gov ernor


City and Municipal May ors
Power to Choose the Prov incial Director. The
prov incial gov ernor shall choose the prov incial director f rom
a list of three (3) eligible recommended by the PNP regional
director
Ov erseeing the Prov incial Public Saf ety Plan
Implementation. The gov ernor, as chairman of the prov incial
peace and order council, shall ov ersee the implementati on
of the prov incial public saf ety plan, which is prepared taking
into consideration the integrated community saf ety plans

The city and municipal may ors shall exercise


operational superv ision and control ov er PNP units in their
respectiv e jurisdiction except during the thirty (30) day period
immediately preceding and the thirty (30) day s f ollowing any
national, local and barangay elections. During the said period, the
local police f orces shall be under the superv ision and control of
the Commission on Elections.

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Functions of Local Chiefs Executive

City and Municipal May ors


The term "operational superv ision and control" shall
mean the power to direct, superintend, ov ersee and inspect the
police units and f orces.
It shall include the po wer to employ and deploy units or
elements of the PNP, through the station commander, to ensure
public saf ety and effectiv e maintenance of peace and order within
the locality. For this purpose, the term "employ " and "deploy " shall
mean as f ollows:

"Employ " ref ers to utilization of units or elements of


the PNP f or purposes of protection of liv es and properties,
enf orcement of laws, maintenance of peace and order,
prev ention of crimes, arrest of criminal offenders and bringin g
the offenders to justice, and ensuring public saf ety, particularly
in the suppression of disorders, riots, lawless v iolence,
rebellious seditious conspiracy, insurgency, subv ersion or other
related activ ities.
"Deploy " shall mean the orderly organized phy sical
mov ement of elements or units of the PNP within the pr ov ince,
city or municipality f or purposes of employ ment as herein
def ined.

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Functions of Local Chief s Executiv e

(2) Integrated Community Saf ety Plans. The


municipal/city may or shall, in coordination with the local peace
and order council of which he is the chairman pursuant to
Executiv e Order No. 309, as amended, dev elop and establish an
integrated area/community
public saf ety plan embracin g
priorities of action and program thrusts f or implementation by the
local PNP stations.

It shall, likewise, be the duty of the city or municipal


may or to sponsor periodic seminars f or members of the PNP
assigned or detailed in his city or municipality in order to update
them regarding local ordinances and legislations.
(3) Administrativ e Disciplinary Powers. In the areas of
discipline, city and municipal may ors shall hav e the powers to
impose, af ter due notice and summary hearings, disciplinary
penalties f or minor of f enses committed by members of the PNP
assigned to their respectiv e jurisdictions, as prov ided in Section
41 of this Act.

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(4) Other Powers. In addition to the af orementione d


powers, city and municipal may ors shall hav e the f ollowin g
authority ov er the PNP units in their respectiv e jurisdictions:
(i) Authority to choose the chief of police f rom a list of
f iv e (5) eligibles recommended by the prov incial police directo r,
pref erably f rom the same prov ince, city or municipality.

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Peace and Order Council and


Religious Community Leaders

The Regional Peace and Order Council (POC) play a


v ital role in maintaining the peace and order situation in
ev ery region of the country, pursuant to Sec. 116, R.A. 7160,
prov ides organization of POC. Howev er, E.O No. 739
prov ides reorganization of POC at the National, Regional,
Prov incial, City and Municipal lev els of gov ernment and
f urther reorganized through E.O. 773.
The POC is organized to thresh out issues and
concerns affecting peace and order of the area of
jurisdiction and to come up with a collectiv e decision.

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(ii) Authority to recommend the transf er, reassignme nt


or detail of PNP members outside of their respectiv e city or
town residences; and
(iii) Authority to recommend, f rom a list of eligibles
prev iously screened by the peace and orde r council, the
appointment of new members of the PNP to be assigned to their
respectiv e cities or municipalities without which no such
appointment shall be attested.

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Peace and Order Council and


Religious Community Leaders

On the other hand, the partnership between and among


the religious community leaders and the PNP must be giv en
pref erential attention. The PNP must establish more
collaborativ e efforts with the religious community leaders,
especially on the conduct of religious activ ities.
The PNP is on the process of implementing the f lagship
program of the Chaplain Serv ice, particularly LOI 17/10
SUGO (Spiritual Uplif tment and Growth of the Organi zatio n)
and CMC 03-13 Paggabay (Pastoral and Family Counsellin g
Initiativ e) on the conduct of a comprehensiv e spiritual and
moral enhancement programs f or all PNP personnel.
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TRAINING PLAN
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BASIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF A


POLICE OFFICER

TARGET AUDIENCE

Police Trainees

DAY

VENUE

Municipal Police Station/Police Precinct

TIME ALLOTTED

Eight (8) Hours

LEARNING AIDS

POLICE TRAINEES
REQUIREMENTS

TRAINING REFERENCES

Revised Philippine National Police Operational


Procedures
(PNP
Handbook,
PNPM-DODS-3-2-13, December 2013)
:

TRAINING OBJECTIVES

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PTs prescribed uniform (Tamang Bihis)


PTs Guide
Notebook/Tickler, Miranda Warning Card
Sheets of paper
:

TRAINING GOAL

Notebook/Tickler, Reference Materials, Projector,


Flash Drive

The purpose of this block of instruction is to equip


the PTs on the basic knowledge on the duties and
responsibilities of a police officer.
After this block of instruction, the PTs will be able to:

T.O. #1

Enumerate the functions of a police officer;

T.O. #2

Know the crime clock/mapping; and

T.O. #3

Identify aerial boundaries, vital installations, friendly forces and


other government agencies.

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FTOS NOTE: Check the appropriate boxes or circles indicated in the daily training
schedule.

DAILY TRAINING SCHEDULE


D
A
Y

TIME

4:00
AM

7:00
AM

D AY 3

5:00
AM

5:00
AM

7:00
AM

8:00
AM

FTO CHECKLIST
First Call (4:00
AM) Attention
Call (4:05 AM)
Assembly Call
(4:15 AM)
Accounting
(4:20 AM)

INVOCATION
Morning Prayer

Distribution of
Cleaning
Materials
Designation of
AOR
Availability and
Distribution of
Breakfast

PERSONAL NECESSITIES/
CLEANING OF
AOR/BREAKFAST
AOR Clean-up
Personal hygiene
Wearing of prescribed
uniform
Breakfast: Prayer before
meal
FORMATION AND RANK
INSPECTION
Daily Personnel
Accounting Report
Rank Inspection
Tamang Bihis
Proper haircut
Tickler/Ballpen/Hanky
Handcuff
Socks
Buckle
Mustache
Finger nails
TOPIC PRESENTATION:
BASIC DUTIES AND
RESPONSIBILITIES OF A
POLICE OFFICER
Functions of a police
officer
Crime Clock/Mapping
Aerial boundaries, vital
installations, friendly
forces and other
government agencies

Attendance Sheet
(7:00 AM-7:15
AM)
Rank Inspection
(7:15 AM-7:45
AM)
Defects Noted

Issue Delinquency
Report

Supervision on
the discussions
and presentations
8:00
AM

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ACTIVITIES

REVEILLE
Calisthenics/
Warm-up Exercises/
Physical Conditioning
Road Run

REMARKS
Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed

oLecture
oPractical
Exercises

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12:00
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1:00
PM

1:00
PM

Availability of
Lunch
Mess Kits
Venue for Lunch

LUNCH BREAK
Prayer before meal

Attendance Sheet
for roll call
formation

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance in the
Afternoon

1:15
PM

Crime Cock Map

1:15
PM

4:45
PM

4:45
PM

5:00
PM

Assign a PT to
recap the
activities for the
day
Issues and
concerns
Other Instructions
Closing prayer
Supervision on
personal tasking

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

FIELD IMMERSION
Familiarization of Crime
Clock Map
Conduct visitation and
familiarization of
barangays, especially in
identified crime prone
areas
RECAPITULATION
Summary of the activities
for the day
Closing Prayer

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

PERSONAL TIME

Completed
Not Completed

5:00
PM

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Reason(s):

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6:00
PM

7:00
PM

Availability of
Dinner
Mess kits
Venue for Dinner

DINNER TIME
Prayer before meal

Supervision of
study time

STUDY TIME

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed

7:00
PM

9:00
PM

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Attendance Sheet
Defects Noted
9:00
PM

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Issue Delinquency
Report

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance before Time
for All Personnel to Sleep
(TAPS)

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

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BASIC FUNCTIONS OF POLICE OFFICER CRIME CLOCK / MAPPING
AND COMPREHENSIVE STATISTICS

INTRODUCTION
The PTs must know the basic functions of a police officer as a patroller.
Presentation of the PTs on the subject matter followed by the discussion of the
FTO.
Basic Functions of a Police Officer
1. To Serve and Protect
The basic responsibility of every police officer is to serve the public and
protect life and property. No police operation shall be conducted in order to
serve or protect the illegal activity of a particular person, group or criminal
syndicate.
2. Observe Human Rights and Dignity of Person
All PNP personnel shall respect the human rights and dignity of the suspect/s
during police operations
Familiarization of Crime Clock/Mapping and Comprehensive Statistics
Crime clock is the most aggregate representation of unit crime rate data to convey
the annual reported crime experience by showing a relative frequency of transpiration
of crime incidents.
The use of statistics is important as a management tool for it provides information
that enables a unit commander to properly deploy its personnel and allocate the
precinct/stations resources. The stored statistics is a measure to determine whether
police response and actions can be changed to adapt to the present situation
Crime statistics must be properly monitored by the concerned police precinct/
station to arrive proper accounting of crime incidents that will reflected/uploaded in
the Crime Incident Reporting System or e-Blotter.

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Aerial Boundaries
Aerial boundaries are landmarks, usually classified under natural landmarks or
man-made landmarks; both are originally used to help navigation on finding direction
and/or determine area of jurisdiction.
Vital Installations
Vital installations are those immovable properties owned and controlled by the
government, including private properties, such as schools, churches, reservoirs,
towers, resorts, irrigations, malls, etc. It is imperative that the police unit/station should
be mandated to secure vital installations situated in the area of jurisdiction, from being
attacked/harassed/destroyed by the enemy.
Friendly Forces and Other Government Agencies
Friendly forces are those government agencies performing law enforcement
functions. A Police Officer must know the existence of friendly forces in the area,
and coordination must be regularly encourage, to establish smooth cooperation in
combating insurgency and criminal activities in the area.
ASSIGNMENT
Study and review the following:
1. ;
2. ;
3. ; and
4. .
FTOs Note:

Guide and discuss with the PTs on all topics, except those topics
that need subject matter experts.

Require the PTs to access internet as part of their research on all


topics.

Require also the PTs to have their individual presentation on the


assigned topics.

Allocate 30 minutes for PTs recitation after the discussions.

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Functions of a Police Officer

Functions of a Police Officer

Observe Human Rights and Dignity of Person

To Serve and Protect


The basic responsibility of ev ery police off icer is to
serv e the public and protect lif e and property. No police
operation shall be conducted in order to serv e or protect
the illegal activ ity of a particular person, group or criminal
sy ndicate.

All PNP personnel shall respect the human rights


and dignity of the suspect/s during police operations

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Familiarization of Crime Clock/Mapping and


Comprehensive Statistics
Crime Clock

Crime clock is the most aggregate


representation of unit crime rate data, to convey
the annual reported crime experienced by show ing
a relative frequency of transpiration of crime
incidents.

Familiarization of Crime Clock/Mapping and


Comprehensive Statistics
The use of statistics is important as a management tool
f or it prov ides inf ormation that enables a unit commander to
properly deploy its personnel and allocate the precinct
/stations resources. The stored statistics is a measure to
determine whether a police response and actions can be
changed to adapt to the present situation

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Familiarization of Crime Clock/Mapping and


Comprehensive Statistics

Crime statistics must be properly monitored by the


concerned
police precinct/station
to arriv e
proper
accounting of crime incidents that will ref lected/uploaded in
the Crime Incident Reporting Sy stem or e-blotter

Aerial boundaries

Aerial boundaries are landmarks, usually


classif ied under natural landmarks or man-made landmarks;
both are originally used to help nav igation on f inding direction
and/or determine area of jurisdiction.

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Vital installations

Friendly Forces and Other Gov ernment Agencies

Vital installations are those immov able properties


owned and controlled by the gov ernment, including priv ate
properties, such as Schools, Churches, Reserv oirs, Towers,
Resorts, Irrigations, Malls, etc.. It is imperativ e that the police
unit/station should be mandated to secure v ital installations
situated in the area of jurisdiction, f rom being attacked
/harassed/destroy ed by the enemy

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Friendly forces are those gov ernment agencies


perf orming law enf orcement f unctions. A police off icer must
know the existence of f riendly f orces in the area, and
coordination must be regularly encourage, to establish
smooth cooperation in combating insurgency and criminal
activ ities in the area

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TRAINING PLAN
MODULE I

BASIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF A


POLICE OFFICER

TARGET AUDIENCE

Police Trainees

DAY

VENUE

City/Municipal Police Station/Police Precinct

TIME ALLOTTED

Eight (8) Hours

LEARNING AIDS

POLICE TRAINEES
REQUIREMENTS

TRAINING REFERENCES

Revised Philippine National Police Operational


Procedures
(PNP
Handbook,
PNPM-DODS-3-2-13, December 2013)
:

TRAINING OBJECTIVES

MODULE I

PTs prescribed uniform (Tamang Bihis)


PTs Guide
Notebook/Tickler, Miranda Warning Card
Sheets of paper
:

TRAINING GOAL

Notebook/Tickler, Reference Materials, Projector,


Flash Drive

The purpose of this block of instruction is to


provide the PTs an overview on the duties and
responsibilities of a police officer.
After this block of instruction, the PTs will be able to:

T.O. #1

Enumerate categories of police operations;

T.O. #2

Identify the prescribed police uniform, paraphernalia and other


accoutrements of a patroller;

T.O. #3

Know the powers and functions of the PNP; and

T.O. #4

Know the importance of patrol operations.

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FTOS NOTE: Check the appropriate boxes or circles indicated in the daily training
schedule.

DAILY TRAINING SCHEDULE


D
A
Y

TIME

4:00
AM

7:00
AM

D AY 4

5:00
AM

5:00
AM

7:00
AM

8:00
AM

FTO CHECKLIST
First Call (4:00
AM) Attention
Call (4:05 AM)
Assembly Call
(4:15 AM)
Accounting
(4:20 AM)

INVOCATION
Morning Prayer

Distribution of
Cleaning
Materials
Designation of
AOR
Availability and
Distribution of
Breakfast

PERSONAL NECESSITIES/
CLEANING OF
AOR/BREAKFAS T AOR
Clean-up Personal
hygiene Wearing of
prescribed uniform
Breakfast: Prayer before
meal

Attendance Sheet
(7:00 AM-7:15
AM)
Rank Inspection
(7:15 AM-7:45
AM)
Defects Noted

FORMATION AND RANK


INSPECTION
Daily Personnel
Accounting Report
Rank Inspection
Tamang Bihis
Proper haircut
Tickler/Ballpen/Hanky
Handcuff
Socks
Buckle
Mustache
Finger nails
TOPIC PRESENTATION:
OVERVIEW ON DUTIES
AND RESPONSIBILITIES
OF A POLICE OFFICER

Issue Delinquency
Report

8:00
AM

12:00
NN

ACTIVITIES

Supervision on
the discussions
and presentations

REMARKS
Completed
Not Completed

REVEILLE
Calisthenics/
Warm-up Exercises/
Physical Conditioning
Road Run

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Complet ed

o Lecture
oPractical

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Identify the prescribed


police uniform,
paraphernalia and other
accoutrements of a
patroller

12:00
NN

1:00
PM

1:15
PM

4:45
PM

5:00
PM

6:00
PM

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1:00
PM

Availability of
Lunch
Mess Kits
Venue for Lunch

LUNCH BREAK
Prayer before meal

Attendance Sheet
for roll call
formation

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance in the
Afternoon

1:15
PM

5:00
PM

Exercises

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

TOPIC PRESENTATION
Know Powers and
Functions of the PNP
Know the importance of
Patrol operations

Assign a PT to
recap the
activities for the
day
Issues and
concerns
Other Instructions
Closing prayer

RECAPITULATION
Summary of the activities
for the day
Closing Prayer

Supervision on
personal tasking

PERSONAL TIME

Availability of
Dinner
Mess kits
Venue for Dinner

DINNER TIME
Prayer before meal

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

6:00
PM

7:00
PM

o
oPractical

Completed
Not Completed

Supervision on
the discussions
and presentations
4:45
PM

Not Completed
Lecture

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

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Supervision of
study time

STUDY TIME

Completed
Not Completed

7:00
PM

9:00
PM

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Attendance Sheet
Defects Noted

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PM

9:30
PM

9:30
PM

4:00
AM
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Report

Supervision of
TAPS

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance before Time
for All Personnel to Sleep
(TAPS)

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

TIME FOR ALL


PERSONNEL TO SLEEP
(TAPS)

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CATEGORIES OF POLICE OPERATIONS, POWERS AND FUNCTIONS
OF PNP, IMPORTANCE OF PATROL OPERATIONS

INTRODUCTION
The PTs must be equipped with an overview on the basic knowledge of duties and
responsibilities of a police officer as a patroller.
Presentation by the PTs on the subject matter followed by the discussion by the
FTO.
Categories of Police Operations
1. Public Safety Operation includes search, rescue and retrieval operation, fire
drills, earthquake drills and similar operations that promotes public safety.
2. Law Enforcement Operation includes service of warrant of arrest.
implementation of search warrant, enforcement of visitorial powers of the Chief,
Pnp and unit commanders, anti-illegal drugs operations, anti-illegal gambling
operations, anti-illegal logging operations, anti illegal fishing operations, anticarnapping operations, anti-kidnapping operations, anti-cyber crime operations
and similar other operations that are conducted in relation to the enforcement
of laws, statutes, executives orders and ordinances.
3. Internal Security Operation includes counter-insurgency operations, counter
terrorist operations and similar operations conducted to ensure internal security.
4. Special Police Operation includes checkpoint operation, roadblock operation,
civil disturbance management operation, police assistance in the enforcement
of demolition eviction injunction and similar orders, police assistance in the
implementation of final court order and order from quasi-judicial bodies, hostage
situation, visit board search and seizure onboard marine vessels and similar
police operations that are conducted by police units with specialized training on
peculiarity of the passion or purpose.
5. Intelligence Operation includes surveillance operation, counter intelligence,
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operation conducted to gather information related to security, public safety and


order.
6. Investigation Operation includes investigation of crime or incident, administrative
investigation and similar investigative work necessary to determine facts and
circumstances for filling cases criminally or administratively.
7. Scene of the Crime Operation (SOCO) includes the processing of crime
scene, technical and forensic examination of evidences and similar scientific
investigative assistance.
Prescribed Police Uniform, Paraphernalia and Other Accoutrements of a Patroller
1. Agency Prescribed Uniform
A police officer shall always wear the agency prescribed uniform which is
appropriate for the kind of police operation to be undertaken.
2. Appearing before public
When wearing the police uniform, a police officer shall, at all times, appear
presentable, smart and well groomed in accordance with the LOI Tamang
Bihis. While on actual patrol duties, he shall refrain from eating, texting,
smoking and reading newspapers along the sidewalks.
3. Carrying of police notebook, pen and Miranda Warning Card
Every police officer on patrol, whether on board a vehicle or on foot patrol,
must always carry with him a police notebook, a pen and the Miranda Warning
Card. The notebook, which is approximately pocket-sized, will be used to
inscribe important events that transpire during his tour of duty.
4. Carrying of Non-Lethal Weapon in the Police Rig
Every police officer shall carry, in his prescribed rig, a non-lethal weapon
(pepper spray, baton or stun gun), which shall be primarily used in a non-armed
confrontation with an uncooperative and unruly offender during the arrest.
Powers and Functions of the PNP
The PNP shall have the following powers and functions (R.A. 6975 DILG Act of
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1. Enforce all laws and ordinances relative to the protection of lives and properties;
2. Maintain peace and order and take all necessary steps to ensure public safety;
3. Investigate and prevent crimes, effect the arrest of criminal offenders, bring
offenders to justice, and assist in their prosecution;
4. Exercise the general powers to make arrest, search and seizure in accordance
with the constitution and pertinent laws;
5. Detain an arrested person for a period not beyond what is prescribed by law,
informing the person so detained of all his rights under the Constitution;
6. Issue licenses for the possession of firearms and explosives in accordance
with law;
7. Supervise and control the training and operations of security agencies, issue
licenses to security guards and private detectives, and license to operate
security agencies; and
8. Perform such other duties and exercise all other functions as may be provided
by law.
Importance of Patrol as a Backbone of Police Service
1. Effective Communication Skills
Every patroller should have the ability to interact with the members of
the community. It is preferred that the patroller knows the local dialect of the
community to enable him to communicate effectively. Community policing does
not only pertain to law enforcement but also as service to help solve a wide
range of community and citizen problem. Thus, a patroller is not only a law
enforcer but may also be a mediator or counselor in a crisis involving members
of the community.
Communication skills of a patroller is not only limited to verbal but also
to written. A patroller must be able to convert to a written report what he
had done during his tour of duty. He must be able to convey the issues at
hand, observations, recommendations and important matters that need to be
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2. Basic Intelligence and Investigative Knowledge


A patroller must be a keen observer. The streets are filled with information
and must know how to collect information for conversion to intelligence for the
use of the Station and its operating units. Similarly, as first responders, they
must be able to collect information which is vital to the investigation of cases.
3. Defensive and Police Intervention Skills
A patroller who is trained to respond properly in a situation will less likely use
unreasonable force against an offender, thereby preventing the unnecessary
injury or loss of life. Patrol personnel should be trained to develop confidence,
ability, pride on ones work coupled with humility to be able them to perform
their duties effectively.
On the other hand, police intervention skills and defensive tactics can better
be applied if a police officer is physically fit. Since police work creates high
level of stress, physical fitness is recognized as an effective and healthy way
to reduce stress. A patroller who is physically fit can respond and do his work
effectively.
4. Basic First Aid Skills
A patroller is the potential first responder be exposed to medical emergencies,
thus it is necessary that they are knowledgeable in some extent to provide first
aid services to save lives, including properties.
ASSIGNMENT
Study and review the following:
1. ; and
2. s.
FTOs Note:

Guide and discuss with the PTs on all topics, except those topics
that need subject matter experts.

Require the PTs to access internet as part of their research on all


topics.

Require also the PTs to have their individual presentation on the


assigned topics.

Allocate 30 minutes for PTs recitation after the discussions.

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Categories of Police Operations

Categories of Police Operations

Public Saf ety Operation includes Search, Rescue


and Retriev al Operation, Fire Drills, Earthquake Drills and
similar operations that promotes public saf ety.

Internal Security Operation includes CounterInsurgency Operations, Counter Terrorist Operations and
Similar operations that conducted to ensure internal security

Law E nf orcement Operation includes Serv ice of


Warrant of Arrest. Implementation of Search Warrant,
Enf orcement of Visitorial Powers of the Chief, PNP and Unit
Commanders, Anti-Illegal Drugs Operations, Anti-Illegal
Gambling Oper ations, Anti-Illegal Logging Operations, Anti
Illegal Fishing Operations, Anti-Carnaping Operations, Anti
-Kidnappi ng Operations, Anti-Cy ber Crime Operations and
similar other operations that are conducted in relation to
enf orcement of laws, statutes, executives orders and
ordinances.

Special Police Operation includes checkpoint


operation,
Roadblock
Operation,
Civ il
Disturbance
Mana gement
Operation,
Police Assistance
in the
enf orcement of Demolition Ev iction Injunction and similar
orders, Police assistance in the implementation of final court
order and order f rom quasi-judicial bodies, Hostage
Situation, Visit Board Search and seizure Onb oard Mar ine
Vessels and similar police operations that are conducted by
police units with speciali zed training on peculiarity of the
passion or purposed

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Categories of Police Operation s


Intelligence
Operation

includes
Surv eilla nce
Operation,
Counter
Intellige nce,
Intelligence
Rese arch,
Intelligence Assessment
and similar police intelli ge nce
operation conducted to gather inf ormation related to security,
public saf ety and order.
Inv estigation Operation includes Inv estigation of Crime
or
Incident,
Administrative
Inv estigation
and
similar
inv estigativ e work
necessary
to determine f acts
and
circumstances f or f illing cases criminally or administrativ ely.
Scene of the Crime Operation (SOCO) includes the
processing of crime scene, technical and f orensic examination
of ev idences and similar scientif ic inv estigative assistance.

Police Uniform, Paraphernalia & Other


Accoutrements on Patrol Operations

Agency Prescribed Unif orm

A police off icer shall alway s wear the agency prescribe d


unif orm which is appropriate f or the kind of police operation to
be undertaken.

Appearing bef ore public

When wearin g the police unif orm, a police off icer shall, at
all times, appear presentable, smart and well groomed in
accordance with the LOI Tamang Bihis. While on actual
patrol duties, he shall ref rain f rom eating, texting, smoking
and reading newspapers, along the sidewalks.

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Police Uniform, Paraphernalia & Other


Accoutrements on Patrol Operations

Carry ing of police Notebook, Pen


and Miranda Warning Card
Ev ery police off icer on patrol, whether on board a v ehicle
or on f oot patrol, must always carry with him a police
notebook, a pen and the Mir anda Warning Card. Th e
Notebook, which is approximately pocket sized, will be used
to inscribe important ev ents that transpire during his tour of
duty.

Police Uniform, Paraphernalia & Other


Accoutrements on Patrol Operations

Carry ing of Non-Lethal Weapon in the Police Rig

Ev ery police of f icer shall carry in his prescribed rig a non


-lethal we apon ( pepper spr ay, baton or stun gun), which shall
be primarily used in a non-armed conf rontation with an
uncooperativ e and unruly of f ender during the arrest.

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Powers and Functions of the PNP

Powers and Functions of the PNP

The PNP shall hav e the f ollowing powers and f unctions (RA
6975 DILG Act of 1990)
o Enf orce all laws and ordinances relativ e to the protection
of liv es and properties
o Maintain Peace and order and take all necessary steps to
ensure public saf ety

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o Inv estigate and prev ent crimes, eff ect the arrest of
criminal off enders, bring off enders to justice and assist in
their prosecution;
o Exercise the ge neral po wers to make arrest, search and
seizure in accordance with the constitution and pertinent
laws;
o Detain an arr ested person f or a period not bey ond what is
prescribed by law, inf orming the person so detained of all
his rights under the Constitution;

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Powers and Functions of the PNP

Ef f ective Communication Skills


o Issue licenses f or the possession
explosiv es in accordance with law;

of

f irearms

and

o S uperv ised and control the training and operations of


security agencies and issue licenses to operate security
agencies, and to security guards and priv ate detectiv es,
f or the practice of their prof essions; and
o P erf orm such other duties and exercise all other f unctions
as may be prov ided by law.

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Importance of Patrol as a backbone of Police Service

Importance of Patrol as a backbone of Police Serv ice

Ef f ective Communication Skills

Basic Intelligence and Inv estigativ e Knowledge

Communication skills of a patroller is not only limited to


v erbal but also to written. A patroller must be able to conv ert
to a written report on what he had d one duri ng his tour of
duty. He must be able to conv ey the issues at hand,
observ ations, recommendations and important matters that
need to be addressed. Documentation is very important in
law enf orcement.

A patroller must be a keen observ er on the env ironment


and on the streets are f ull of inf ormation and must know how
to collect inf ormation for conv ersion to intelligence f or the use
of the Station and its operating units. Similarly, as f irst
responders they must be able to collect inf ormation which is
v ital to the inv estigation of the case. (5W and 1H)

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Ev ery patroller should hav e the ability to interact with the


members of the community. It is pref erred that the patroller
knows the local dialect of the community to enable him to
communicate eff ectiv ely. Community policing does not only
pertain to law enf orcement but also as serv ice to help solv e
a wide ra nge of community and citizen problem. Thus, a
patroller is not only a law enf orcer but may also be a
mediator or counselor in a crisis inv olv ing members of the
community.

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Importance of Patrol as a backbone of Police Service

Importance of Patrol as a backbone of Police Service

Def ensiv e and Police Interv ention Skills


A patroller who is trained to respond properly in a situation
will less likely to use an unreasonable f orce against an
offender, thereby prev enting the unnecessary injury or loss of
lif e. Patrol personnel should be trained to dev elop conf idence,
ability, pride of ones work coupled with humility to be able
them to perf orm their duties ef f ectively.

Basic First Aid Skills


A patroller would be the potential f irst responder, who will
experience
medical emergencies
and death, thus it is
necessary that they are knowledg eable in some extent to
prov ide f irst aid serv ices to sav e liv es, including properties.

On the other hand, police interv ention skills and def ensiv e
tactics can better be applied if a police officer is phy sically f it.
Since police work creates high lev el of stress, physical f itness
is recognized as eff ectiv e and healthy way to reduce stress. A
patroller who is phy sically f it can respond and do his work
ef f ectively.
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TRAINING PLAN
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PATROL

TARGET AUDIENCE

Police Trainees

DAY

VENUE

As appropriate (City/Municipal Police Station)

TIME ALLOTTED

Eight (8) Hours

LEARNING AIDS

Laptop with LCD projector/overhead projector/


flip chart, whiteboard and marker

POLICE TRAINEES
REQUIREMENTS

TRAINING REFERENCES

: PTs prescribed uniform (Tamang Bihis)


PTs Guide
Notebook/Tickler, Miranda Warning Card
Sheets of paper
:

TRAINING GOAL

TRAINING OBJECTIVES

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Revised Philippine National Police Operational


Procedures (PNP
Handbook
PNPM-DODS-3-2-13, December 2013), FTP Manual, STP
Guidebook

The purpose of this block of instruction is to


give the PTs information on patrol operation,
develop their competencies and learn the
types of patrolling including basic or commonly
used radio codes. PTs will also be exposed to
the actual conduct of different patrols and its
challenges.
After this block of instruction, the PTs will be
able to:

T.O. #1

Define the terms Patrol and Area Profiling; and

T.O. #2

Enumerate the sequence of actions that occur in patrol operations.

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FTOS NOTE: Check the appropriate boxes or circles indicated in the daily training
schedule.

DAILY TRAINING SCHEDULE


D
A
Y

TIME

4:00
AM

7:00
AM

D AY 5

5:00
AM

5:00
AM

7:00
AM

8:00
AM

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AM

12:00
NN

FTO CHECKLIST

ACTIVITIES

REMARKS

First Call (4:00


AM) Attention
Call (4:05 AM)
Assembly Call
(4:15 AM)
Accounting
(4:20 AM)

INVOCATION
Morning Prayer

Distribution of
Cleaning
Materials
Designation of
AOR
Availability and
Distribution of
Breakfast

PERSONAL NECESSITIES/
CLEANING OF
AOR/BREAKFAST
AOR Clean-up
Personal hygiene
Wearing of prescribed
uniform
Breakfast: Prayer before
meal
FORMATION AND RANK
INSPECTION
Daily Personnel
Accounting Report

Attendance
Sheet
(7:00 AM-7:15
AM)
Rank
Inspection
(7:15 AM-7:45
AM)
Defects Noted

Issue
Delinquency
Report
Briefing
Discussion of
Common
Terms and
Patrol
Procedure

Completed
Not Completed

REVEILLE
Calisthenics/
Warm-up Exercises/
Physical Conditioning
Road Run

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Rank Inspection
Tamang Bihis
Proper haircut
Tickler/Ballpen/Hanky
Handcuff
Socks
Buckle
Mustache
Finger nails
BRIEFING
Invocation: Police
Officers Prayer

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed

oPresentation /
Discussion

PRESENTATION /
DISCUSSION
Common Terms and Patrol
Procedure

FIE L D

oPractical
Exercises

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Not Completed

PRACTICAL EXERCISE

oPresentation /
Discussion

oPractical
Exercises

12:00
NN

1:00
PM

1:15
PM

4:45
PM

5:00
PM

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1:00
PM

Availability of
Lunch
Mess Kits
Venue for
Lunch

LUNCH BREAK
Prayer before meal

Attendance
Sheet for roll
call formation

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance in the
Afternoon

1:15
PM

4:45
PM

5:00
PM

6:00
PM

Conduct
inspection of
the PTs in the
afternoon

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

BRIEFING
Prior to dispatch for field
immersion

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

FIELD IMMERSION

Assign a PT to
recap the
activities for the
day
Issues and
concerns
Other
Instructions
Closing prayer
Supervision on
personal
tasking

RECAPITULATION
Summary of the activities
for the day
Closing Prayer

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

PERSONAL TIME

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

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6:00
PM

7:00
PM

Availability of
Dinner
Mess kits
Venue for
Dinner

DINNER TIME
Prayer before meal

Supervision of
study time

STUDY TIME

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed

7:00
PM

9:00
PM

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Attendance
Sheet
Defects Noted
9:00
PM

9:30
PM

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PM

4:00
AM
(next
day)

Issue
Delinquency
Report
Supervision of
TAPS

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance before Time
for All Personnel to Sleep
(TAPS)

TIME FOR ALL


PERSONNEL TO SLEEP
(TAPS)

FIE L D

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed

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TRAINING MANUSCRIPT
PATROL, AREA PROFILING, PATROL OPERATIO NS
Common Terms
1.

Patrol is the act of moving about in an area especially by authorized and


trained persons or groups for the purpose of observation, inspection and
security. It is aimed to deny opportunities for the commission of crimes and
reduce the risk of citizens becoming victims. It can be defined also as a group
of police officers assigned to walk the beat which includes responding to
calls for service, making arrests, resolving disputes, taking crime reports, and
conducting traffic enforcement, and other crime prevention measures.

2.

Area Profiling - is the systematic collection and analysis of information about


the social and economic condition of a particular area that affects the safety
and security of its constituents.

Patrol Operations
Patrol Deployment Procedures: Patrol deployment procedures provide a detailed
set of instructions for the patrol personnel to perform sequence of actions that occur
regularly before, during or after the patrol operations. These procedures are set to
organize the conduct of patrol operations and maximize the use of resources to attain
the objectives. Strict implementation of these procedures will also prevent lapses that
could compromise the safety and security of patrol personnel.
Persons in Authority and Agents of Persons in Authority

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1.

Person in Authority any person directly vested with jurisdiction, whether as


an individual or as a member of some court or government institutions, board
or commission. i.e. Barangay Chairman, Sangguniang Bayan Member, City/
Municipal Mayor.

2.

Agents of a Person in Authority any person, who by direct provision of law


or by election or by appointment by competent authority, is charged with
the maintenance of public order and the protection and security of life and
property and any person who comes to the aid of persons in authority i.e.
Police Officer, Barangay Tanod.

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FTOs Note: Require the PTs to research regarding the subject to be discussed
on the following day.

PRACTICAL EXERCISE: Role Playing


The FTO will:
1.

Divide the PTs into two (2) groups or as appropriate.

2.

Explain thoroughly the given scenario prior to actual exercise.

3.

Direct the PTs to perform based on their assigned tasks from the given
scenario.

4.

Solicit reactions/comments/recommendations from the other members of the


group.

5.

Provide appropriate answer/s after the practical exercises on the given


scenario.

6.

Give more examples/scenarios/explanations as necessary.

SCENARIO: Area Profiling

?
FTOs Note: The PTs will be given time to conduct an initial assessment regarding
the place of deployment.

ANSWERS
1.
2.

3.

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.
FIELD IMMERSION
The FTO will:
1.

Require the PTs to know the Punong Barangay to include the Kagawad
members.

2.

Require the PTs to conduct an initial assessment regarding the community,


taking into consideration what the PTs have observed.

3.

Conduct inspection of the PTs in the field in the morning.

4.

Ask the PTs regarding the lesson and activity for the day during noon break.

5.

Require the PTs to list observation regarding public safety hazard during the
conduct of beat patrol i.e. leak pipe, open manhole.

6.

Conduct inspection of the PTs in the afternoon.

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1.

Observe Tamang Bihis.

2.

Always carry a pocket size notebook/tickler, pen and Miranda Doctrine Card.

3.

Always be alert and ready to render police assistance to the public.

4.

Prevent crimes and arrest sighted law violators.

5.

Take note of all defects such as falling debris, traffic, and flooding, open
manhole, hanging electric wirings/cables and others which can cause danger
to the public and report the same to SOC for appropriate action.

6.

Strictly observe traffic rules and regulations.

7.

Avoid sleeping, smoking, reading newspaper and unnecessary texting while


on duty.

8.

Establish contact with the security guards and mobilize force multipliers during
the conduct of patrol.

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9.

Be watchful of suspicious individuals, group/s of people, tinted vehicles,


motorcycle riding criminals and unattended baggage especially in crowded
areas, business establishments, dark alleys and other areas frequented by
criminals to stage their plan.

10. Be courteous at all times when dealing with the public.


11. When suspects escape, immediately inform the SOC as to the identity,
composition, armaments, vehicles and the direction of escape.
12. During bomb threats, call EOD for back up and never attempt to move the
suspicious object. Secure the area within a minimum of 100-meter radius.
13. Do not use firearms or warning shot, instead use whistle or megaphone in
warning criminals.
14. Leave your post only on actual rendering of police assistance and other
personal necessity.
15. Strictly observe the PNP Operational Procedures at all times.
16. Be familiar/knowledgeable of all conditions, events and details of places of
your assigned PIPS area.
17. When accosting a suspicious person or any individual in requesting for
identification, avoid taking the wallet or bag in which the cards/documents are
placed. Let the individual remove and hand them over to you.
18. Observe and monitor public gatherings.
19. Mobilize force multipliers/Barangay Tanods in dispersing unruly crowd and
execute arrest/s when necessary.
20. Attend to any complaint and/or request for police assistance.
21. Inspect and/or conduct surveillance in various places of business
establishments and other installation and remove hazards to public safety.
22. Assist traffic personnel in facilitating the flow of traffic at busy intersections/
roads, assist and provide pedestrian information such as directions and street
locations.

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23. Conduct home visitations when circumstances


dialogues with the residents in their beat.

warrants, ugnayans/

24. Report occurrences and conditions related to crime incidents, public peace
and order and safety for appropriate action.
25. Enforce city/municipal ordinances.
26. Check suspicious vehicles (private, public or commercial/delivery vehicles)
along the highways in the course of your patrol.

When you have nothing left but God, you become aware that God is enough.
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TRAINING PLAN
MODULE II

PATROL

TARGET AUDIENCE

Police Trainees

DAY

VENUE

As appropriate (City/Municipal Police Station)

TIME ALLOTTED

Eight (8) Hours

LEARNING AIDS

Laptop with LCD projector/overhead projector/


flip chart, whiteboard and marker

POLICE TRAINEES
REQUIREMENTS

TRAINING REFERENCES

: PTs prescribed uniform (Tamang Bihis)


PTs Guide
Notebook/Tickler, Miranda Warning Card
Sheets of paper
:

TRAINING GOAL

TRAINING OBJECTIVES

MODULE II

Revised Philippine National Police Operational


Procedures (PNP Handbook PNPM-DODS-3-2-13, December 2013), FTP Manual, STP
Guidebook

The purpose of this block of instruction is to


give the PTs information on patrol operation,
develop their competencies and learn the
types of patrolling including basic or commonly
used radio codes. PTs will also be exposed to
the actual conduct of different patrols and its
challenges.
After this block of instruction, the PTs will be
able to:

T.O. #1

Define the terms Beat and Spot Check/Accosting; and

T.O. #2

Enumerate the sequence of actions that occur regularly before


the patrol operations.

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FTOS NOTE: Check the appropriate boxes or circles indicated in the daily training
schedule.

DAILY TRAINING SCHEDULE


D
A
Y

TIME

4:00
AM

7:00
AM

D AY 7

5:00
AM

5:00
AM

7:00
AM

8:00
AM

FTO CHECKLIST
First Call (4:00
AM) Attention
Call (4:05 AM)
Assembly Call
(4:15 AM)
Accounting
(4:20 AM)

INVOCATION
Morning Prayer

Distribution of
Cleaning
Materials
Designation of
AOR
Availability and
Distribution of
Breakfast

PERSONAL NECESSITIES/
CLEANING OF
AOR/BREAKFAS T AOR
Clean-up Personal
hygiene Wearing of
prescribed uniform
Breakfast: Prayer before
meal

Attendance
Sheet
(7:00 AM-7:15
AM) Rank
Inspection
(7:15 AM-7:45
AM)
Defects Noted

FORMATION AND RANK


INSPECTION
Daily Personnel
Accounting Report

Issue
Delinquency
Report

8:00
AM

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12:00
NN

ACTIVITIES

Briefing
Discussion of
Common
Terms and
Patrol
Procedure

REMARKS

Completed
Not Completed

REVEILLE
Calisthenics/
Warm-up Exercises/
Physical Conditioning
Road Run

Rank Inspection
Tamang Bihis
Proper haircut
Tickler/Ballpen/Hanky
Handcuff
Socks
Buckle
Mustache
Finger nails

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

BRIEFING
Invocation: Police
Officers Prayer

Completed

oPresentation /
Discussion

oPractical

PRESENTATION /
DISCUSSION
Common Terms and Patrol
Procedure

Exercises

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PRACTICAL EXERCISE

Not Completed

oPresentation /
Discussion
oPractical
Exercises

12:00
NN

1:00
PM

1:15
PM

4:45
PM

5:00
PM

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1:00
PM

Availability of
Lunch
Mess Kits
Venue for
Lunch

LUNCH BREAK
Prayer before meal

Attendance
Sheet for roll
call formation

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance in the
Afternoon

1:15
PM

4:45
PM

5:00
PM

Conduct
inspection of
the PTs in the
afternoon

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

BRIEFING
Prior to dispatch for field
immersion

Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

FIELD IMMERSION

Assign a PT to
recap the
activities for the
day
Issues and
concerns
Other
Instructions
Closing prayer
Supervision on
personal
tasking

Completed

RECAPITULATION
Summary of the activities
for the day
Closing Prayer

PERSONAL TIME

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed

6:00
PM

As appropriate
Reason(s):

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6:00
PM

7:00
PM

Availability of
Dinner
Mess kits
Venue for
Dinner

DINNER TIME
Prayer before meal

Supervision of
study time

STUDY TIME

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed

7:00
PM

9:00
PM

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Attendance
Sheet
Defects Noted
9:00
PM

9:30
PM

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance before Time
for All Personnel to Sleep
(TAPS)

Issue
Delinquency
Report
9:30
PM

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AM
(next
day)

Supervision of
TAPS

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

TIME FOR ALL


PERSONNEL TO SLEEP
(TAPS)

Completed
Not Completed

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PRE-DEPLOYMENT PROCEDURES
Common Terms
1.

Beat the designated area or the route, which is a part of sector where a
Police Officer conducts patrol.

2.

Spot Check/Accosting is the brief stopping of an individual, whether on


foot or in a vehicle, based on reasonable suspicion/probable cause, for
the purpose of determining the individuals identity of resolving the officers
suspicion concerning criminal activity.

Patrol Operations
Pre-Deployment Procedure: Pre-deployment procedures are done to prepare
Patrol Officers for patrol operations and other patrol related activities. The Patrol
Officers undertake the following preparations for patrol operations:
1.

Report at the police station at least thirty (30) minutes before the start of their
shift for accounting, inspection and briefing.

2.

After the briefing, members of the foot patrol will proceed to the designated
beats to relieve in place the outgoing foot patrol officers. On the other hand,
members of the mobile patrol crew will proceed directly to the designated
relieving point for the checking and turnover of equipment. In both instances,
the outgoing patrol personnel must provide the incoming patrol personnel a
detailed situation update in their respective beats/sectors.

FTOs Note: Require the PTs to research regarding the topics to be discussed the
following day.

PRACTICAL EXERCISE: Role Playing


The FTO will:
1. Divide the PTs into two (2) groups and/or as appropriate.

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2. Explain thoroughly the given scenario prior to actual exercise.


3. Direct the PTs to perform based on their assigned tasks from the given scenario.
4. Solicit reactions/comments/recommendations from the other members of the
group.
5. Provide appropriate answer/s after the practical exercises on the given
scenario.
6. Give more examples/scenarios/explanations, as necessary.
SCENARIO: Spot Check
?
ANSWERS
1.
2. .
?
.?
3. .
4. .

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Patrolling is part of normal police procedure in order to prevent crime and


ensure public safety.
Normal police procedure po ang pagpapatrol. Ginagawa po natin ito para
magbantay laban sa krimen at para sa kaligtasan ng publiko.
5. Always thank the individual before letting her/him go.
Thank you sir/mam, we appreciate your cooperation.
Salamat po sa inyong kooperasyon.
Note: One Police Officer will approach the person and conduct verification
while his partner/buddy will serve as area security.
FIELD IMMERSION
The FTO will:
1. Advise the PTs to record all activities in the journal and attach accompanying
photos if there is any.
2. Designate a particular beat area to the PTs while observing the buddy system
and the location of the standby point where the PTs must be present during the
time of inspection
3. Conduct inspection of the PTs in the field in the morning.
4. Ask the PTs regarding the lesson and activity for the day during noon break
5. Require the PT to:
a.

know and familiarize with the name of thoroughfares, street, avenues

b.

sketch the beat area

c.

conduct inspection if the problem observed have been fixed i.e. leak pipe,
open manhole, while in the conduct of beat patrol

6. Conduct inspection of the PTs in the afternoon.


FTOs Note: Require the PTs to use the whistle, without firearms while conducting
beat patrol. It is advisable to use the whistle in warning possible
criminals, and in alerting the would-be victim and the community as
well.

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TRAINING PLAN
MODULE II

PATROL

TARGET AUDIENCE

Police Trainees

DAY

VENUE

As appropriate (City/Municipal Police Station)

TIME ALLOTTED

Eight (8) Hours

LEARNING AIDS

POLICE TRAINEES
REQUIREMENTS

TRAINING REFERENCES

PTs prescribed uniform (Tamang Bihis)


PTs Guide
Notebook/Tickler, Miranda Warning Card
Sheets of paper
:

TRAINING GOAL

Revised Philippine National Police Operational


Procedures (PNP
Handbook
PNPM-DODS-3-2-13, December 2013), FTP Manual, STP
Guidebook
:

TRAINING OBJECTIVES

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Laptop with LCD Projector/Overhead Projector/


Flip chart, Whiteboard and Marker

The purpose of this block of instruction is to


give the PTs information on patrol operation,
develop their competencies and learn the
types of patrolling including basic or commonly
used radio codes. PTs will also be exposed to
the actual conduct of different patrols and its
challenges.
After this block of instruction, the PTs will be
able to:

T.O. #1

Define the terms Arrest and Crime Clock; and

T.O. #2

Enumerate the sequence of actions that occur regularly during


the patrol operations.

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FTOS NOTE: Check the appropriate boxes or circles indicated in the daily training
schedule.

DAILY TRAINING SCHEDULE


D
A
Y

TIME

4:00
AM

7:00
AM

D AY 8

5:00
AM

5:00
AM

7:00
AM

8:00
AM

FTO CHECKLIST

REMARKS

First Call (4:00


AM) Attention
Call (4:05 AM)
Assembly Call
(4:15 AM)
Accounting
(4:20 AM)

INVOCATION
Morning Prayer

Distribution of
Cleaning
Materials
Designation of
AOR
Availability and
Distribution of
Breakfast

PERSONAL
NECESSITIES/
CLEANING OF
AOR/BREAKFAST
AOR Clean-up
Personal hygiene
Wearing of prescribed
uniform
Breakfast: Prayer before
meal
FORMATION AND RANK
INSPECTION

Attendance
Sheet
(7:00 AM-7:15
AM)
Rank Inspection
(7:15 AM-7:45
AM)
Defects Noted

Issue
Delinquency
Report

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ACTIVITIES

REVEILLE
Calisthenics/
Warm-up Exercises/
Physical Conditioning
Road Run

Daily Personnel
Accounting Report

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed

Rank Inspection
Tamang Bihis
Proper haircut
Tickler/Ballpen/Hanky
Handcuff
Socks
Buckle
Mustache
Finger nails

FIE L D

As appropriate
Reason(s):

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8:00
AM

12:00
NN

Briefing
Discussion of
Common
Terms and
Patrol
Procedure

BRIEFING
Invocation: Police
Officers Prayer

Completed

oPresentation /
Discussion

oPractical

PRESENTATION /
DISCUSSION
Common Terms and Patrol
Procedure

Exercises
Not Completed

oPresentation /
Discussion

oPractical
Exercises

12:00
NN

1:00
PM

Availability of
Lunch
Mess Kits
Venue for Lunch

1:15
PM

4:45
PM

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PM

4:45
PM

5:00
PM

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Attendance
Sheet for roll call
formation
1:00
PM

LUNCH BREAK
Prayer before meal

Conduct
inspection of the
PTs in the
afternoon

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance in the
Afternoon

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

BRIEFING
Prior to dispatch for
field immersion

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

FIELD IMMERSION

Assign a PT to
recap the
activities for the
day
Issues and
concerns
Other
Instructions
Closing prayer

RECAPITULATION
Summary of the activities
for the day
Closing Prayer

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

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6:00
PM

7:00
PM

Availability of
Dinner
Mess kits
Venue for Dinner

DINNER TIME
Prayer before meal

Supervision of
study time

STUDY TIME

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed

7:00
PM

9:00
PM

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Attendance
Sheet
Defects Noted
9:00
PM

9:30
PM

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance before Time
for All Personnel to
Sleep (TAPS)

Issue
Delinquency
Report
9:30
PM

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4:00
AM
(next
day)

Supervision of
TAPS

TIME FOR ALL


PERSONNEL TO SLEEP
(TAPS)

FIE L D

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed

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PATROL OPERATIONS , ARREST, CRIME CLOCK
Common Terms
1. Arrest is the taking of a person into custody in order that s/he may be bound
to answer for an offense.
2. Crime Clock - is an illustration of the distribution by time of the crime incidents
in the area of responsibility of the police unit for a particular period.
FTOs Note: Coordinate with Operation Branch to present the video presentation
regarding arrest technique and by using a printed sample of Crime
Clock to explain its use and importance.

Patrol Operations
Deployment Procedures: Deployment procedures are done to ensure that patrol
personnel perform their tasks, duties and responsibilities in their respective areas within
their tour of duty. The patrol personnel perform the following tasks during their patrol shift:
1. Inform the Patrol Supervisor of their arrival at the designated beat. Report
unusual incidents and hourly situation updates. Record all important data in
the police notebook for reference.
2. Patrol the assigned beats in buddy system or jointly with BPATs or other force
multipliers. Ensure that safety and security are maintained in the beat.
3. Enforce laws and ordinances and arrest law/ordinance violators.
4. Perform the duties of first responders during incidents or emergency situations.
5. Familiarize with the physical layout of the area, facilities and structures therein.
Know the residents, owners, and occupants of business establishments in the
beat to develop informants. Note their routine activities for future reference.

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6. Observe, monitor and report suspicious people or public assembly to prevent


crime and disorder. Be vigilant at all times.
7. Observe, check and report suspicious structures or buildings, compounds and
vehicles (private, public, or commercial/delivery vehicles).
8. Initiate the removal of hazards to public safety.
FTOs Note: Require the PTs to research regarding the topic to be discussed the
following day.

FIELD IMMERSION
The FTO will:
1. Require the PTs to interact with at least two (2) people living in the locality and
to record information in the journal with accompanying photos, if there is any.
2. Require the PTs to list the banks and other financial institution in the area to
include location in the journal.
3. Conduct inspection of the PTs in the field in the morning.
4. Ask the PTs regarding the lesson and activity for the day during noon break.
5. Require the PTs to list the pawnshop or money remittance center and similar
establishment within the area of deployment and to provide them with the
contact number of the nearest PCP or PS.
6. Conduct inspection of the PTs in the afternoon.

To every thing there is a season and a time to every purpose under Heaven.
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TRAINING PLAN
MODULE II

PATROL

TARGET AUDIENCE

Police Trainees

DAY

VENUE

As appropriate (City/Municipal Police Station)

TIME ALLOTTED

Eight (8) Hours

LEARNING AIDS

Laptop with LCD projector/overhead projector/


flip chart, whiteboard and marker

POLICE TRAINEES
REQUIREMENTS

TRAINING REFERENCES

: PTs prescribed uniform (Tamang Bihis)


PTs Guide
Notebook/Tickler, Miranda Warning Card
Sheets of paper
:

TRAINING GOAL

TRAINING OBJECTIVES

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Revised Philippine National Police Operational


Procedures (PNP
Handbook
PNPM-DODS-3-2-13, December 2013), FTP Manual, STP
Guidebook

The purpose of this block of instruction is to


give the PTs information on patrol operation,
develop their competencies and learn the
types of patrolling including basic or commonly
used radio codes. PTs will also be exposed to
the actual conduct of different patrols and its
challenges.
After this block of instruction, the PTs will be
able to:

T.O #1

Define the terms Dragnet Operation and First Responder; and

T.O #2

Enumerate the sequence of actions that occur regularly during


the patrol operations.

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FTOS NOTE: Check the appropriate boxes or circles indicated in the daily training
schedule.

DAILY TRAINING SCHEDULE


D
A
Y

TIME

4:00
AM

7:00
AM

D AY 9

5:00
AM

5:00
AM

FTO CHECKLIST
First Call
(4:00 AM)
Attention Call (4:05
AM)
Assembly Call (4:15
AM)
Accounting
(4:20 AM)
Distribution of
Cleaning Materials
Designation of AOR
Availability and
Distribution of
Breakfast

Attendance Sheet
(7:00 AM-7:15 AM)
Rank Inspection
(7:15 AM-7:45 AM)
Defects Noted
7:00
AM

8:00
AM
Issue Delinquency
Report

8:00
AM

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12:00
NN

Briefing
Discussion of
Common Terms
and Patrol
Procedure

ACTIVITIES

REMARKS

INVOCATION
Morning Prayer

Completed
Not Completed

REVEILLE
Calisthenics/
Warm-up Exercises/
Physical Conditioning
Road Run
PERSONAL
NECESSITIES/
CLEANING OF
AOR/BREAKFAST
AOR Clean-up
Personal hygiene
Wearing of prescribed
uniform
Breakfast: Prayer
before meal
FORMATION AND
RANK INSPECTION
Daily Personnel
Accounting Report
Rank Inspection
Tamang Bihis
Proper haircut
Tickler/Ballpen/H
anky
Handcuff
Socks
Buckle
Mustache
Finger nails
BRIEFING
Invocation: Police
Officers Prayer
PRESENTATION /
DISCUSSION
Common Terms and
Patrol Procedure

FIE L D

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed

oPresentation /
Discussion

oPractical
Exercises

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Not Completed

oPresentation /
Discussion

oPractical

Exercises
Availability of Lunch
Mess Kits
Venue for Lunch
12:00
NN

1:15
PM

4:45
PM

Completed

Prayer before meal

Not Completed

1:00
PM

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Attendance Sheet
for roll call
formation
1:00
PM

LUNCH BREAK

1:15
PM

4:45
PM

5:00
PM

Conduct
inspection of the
PTs in the
afternoon

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance in the
Afternoon

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

BRIEFING
Prior to dispatch for
field immersion

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

FIELD IMMERSION

Assign a PT to
recap the activities
for the day
Issues and
concerns
Other Instructions
Closing prayer

RECAPITULATION
Summary
of
the
activities for the day
Closing Prayer

Supervision on
personal tasking

PERSONAL TIME

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed

5:00
PM

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Reason(s):

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6:00
PM

7:00
PM

Availability of
Dinner
Mess kits
Venue for Dinner

DINNER TIME

Supervision of
study time

STUDY TIME

Prayer before meal

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed

7:00
PM

9:00
PM

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Attendance Sheet
Defects Noted
9:00
PM

9:30
PM

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance before
Time for All Personnel
to Sleep (TAPS)

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Issue Delinquency
Report

9:30
PM

MODULE II

4:00
AM
(next
day)

Supervision of
TAPS

TIME FOR ALL


PERSONNEL TO
SLEEP (TAPS)

Completed
Not Completed

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TRA I NI N G

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TRAINING MANUSCRIPT
DRAGNET OPERATION, FIRST RESPONDER,
DEPLOYMENT PROCEDURES

Common Terms
1. Dragnet Operation is a police operation sealing-off the probable exit points
of fleeing suspects from the crime scene to prevent their escape and effect
arrest.
2. First Responder refers to a police officer who is first to arrive at the crime
scene to provide initial police actions on the information or complaint received.
FTOs Note: Pinpoint and show where the dragnet points of mobile cars are located
to include the strategic location of chokepoints and checkpoints in
case an incident occurs using the territorial map of the police station.

Patrol Operations
Deployment Procedures
1. Entertain complaints and respond to calls for assistance or intervention.
2. Assist motorists or pedestrians and provide information such as directions and
locations.
3. Report immediately to the SOC, all police actions taken as a result of a
response (reactive) or spot (proactive) check conducted.
4. Assist personnel of responsible agencies/units in facilitating the flow of traffic
at busy intersections/roads within the beat.
5. Conduct ugnayans/dialogues with the residents in the beat to maintain a
harmonious relationship and elicit their cooperation and support.
6. Assist in performing the following tasks:

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a. Serve summons, subpoenas and warrants of arrest;


b. Conduct neighborhood checks;
c. Organize small community groups as force multipliers;
d. Set up Barangay Information Networks (BINs);
e. Serve notices in connection with the Annual Verification of Firearms/LOI
Bilang Boga;
f. Validate information reports;
g. Follow-up leads; and
h. Take photographs of vital establishments and roads.
7. Members of the mobile patrol shall inform the SOC by radio before stopping
or pursuing any vehicle. Report the plate number of the vehicle, direction of
travel, names of streets/roads, and the reason/cause for police action to be
taken. This is called a preparatory call devised as a protective and preventive
procedure in case the suspected vehicle escapes and causes injury or death
to the mobile crew.
8. Record in the After Patrol Report all unusual incidents and conditions that
came to their attention.
9. Perform tasks, duties and responsibilities and stay on post in their assigned
beats until properly relieved.
10. Perform other tasks as may be directed.
FTOs Note: Require the PTs to research regarding the topic to be discussed the
following day.

FIELD IMMERSION
The FTO will:
1. Require the PTs to interact with at least two (2) people living in the locality and
to record information in the journal with accompanying photos, if there is any.

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2. Require the PTs to list the place of interest within the area of deployment.
3. Conduct morning inspection of PTs in the field.
4. Ask the PTs regarding the lesson and activity for the day during noon break.
5. Require the PTs to list the gasoline station and convenience store and to
provide the community with the contact number of the nearest PCP or PS.
6. Conduct inspection of the PTs in the afternoon.
7. Give an assignment to the PTs to research regarding No Contact Search as
part of spot check.
FTOs Note: Advise the PTs to have a close coordination with the security officers
of establishment and inform the use of Quick Dial, Quick Response.

Affliction hardens those whom it does not soften.


Charles H. Spurgeon

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MODULE II

PATROL

TARGET AUDIENCE

Police Trainees

DAY

10

VENUE

As appropriate (City/Municipal Police Station)

TIME ALLOTTED

Eight (8) Hours

LEARNING AIDS

POLICE TRAINEES
REQUIREMENTS

TRAINING REFERENCES

: PTs prescribed uniform (Tamang Bihis)


PTs Guide
Notebook/Tickler, Miranda Warning Card
Sheets of paper
:

TRAINING GOAL

Revised Philippine National Police Operational


Procedures (PNP Handbook PNPM-DODS-3-2-13, December 2013), FTP Manual, STP
Guidebook
:

TRAINING OBJECTIVES

MODULE II

Laptop with LCD Projector/Overhead Projector/


Flip chart, Whiteboard and Marker

The purpose of this block of instruction is to


give the PTs information on patrol operation,
develop their competencies and learn the
types of patrolling including basic or commonly
used radio codes. PTs will also be exposed to
the actual conduct of different patrols and its
challenges.
After this block of instruction, the PTs will be
able to:

T.O. #1

Define the terms Patrol Shift, Patrol Personnel, Patrol Supervisor


and Patrol Officer; and

T.O. #2

Enumerate the sequence of actions that occur regularly after the


patrol operations.

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FTOS NOTE: Check the appropriate boxes or circles indicated in the daily training
schedule.

DAILY TRAINING SCHEDULE


D
A
Y

TIME

4:00
AM

7:00
AM

D AY 1 0

5:00
AM

5:00
AM

FTO CHECKLIST
First Call (4:00
AM) Attention
Call (4:05 AM)
Assembly Call
(4:15 AM)
Accounting
(4:20 AM)

INVOCATION
Morning Prayer

Distribution of
Cleaning Materials
Designation of
AOR
Availability and
Distribution of
Breakfast

PERSONAL
NECESSITIES/
CLEANING OF
AOR/BREAKFAS T
AOR Clean-up
Personal hygiene
Wearing of prescribed
uniform
Breakfast: Prayer
before meal
FORMATION AND
RANK INSPECTION
Daily Personnel
Accounting Report
Rank Inspection
Tamang Bihis
Proper haircut
Tickler/Ballpen/Hanky
Handcuff
Socks
Buckle
Mustache
Finger nails
BRIEFING
Invocation: Police
Officers Prayer

Attendance Sheet
(7:00 AM-7:15 AM)
Rank Inspection
(7:15 AM-7:45 AM)
Defects Noted
7:00
AM

8:00
AM
Issue Delinquency
Report

8:00
AM

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ACTIVITIES

Briefing
Discussion of
Common Terms
and Patrol
Procedure

REMARKS
Completed
Not Completed

REVEILLE
Calisthenics/
Warm-up Exercises/
Physical Conditioning
Road Run

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed

oPresentation /
Discussion

PRESENTATION /
DISCUSSION
Common Terms and
Patrol Procedure

oPractical
Exercises

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Not Completed

oPresentation /
Discussion
Practical
Exercises

12:00
NN

1:00
PM

Availability of
Lunch
Mess Kits
Venue for Lunch

1:15
PM

4:45
PM

5:00
PM

MODULE II

1:15
PM

4:45
PM

5:00
PM

Prayer before meal

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Attendance Sheet
for roll call
formation
1:00
PM

LUNCH BREAK

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance in the
Afternoon

Require the PTs


to List the
Schools,
Churches and
Hospitals in the
area of
deployment
Conduct
inspection of the
PTs in the
afternoon
Collect the After
Duty Report and
Journal Notebook
of the PTs
Issues and
concerns
Open Forum
Guidance

BRIEFING
Prior to dispatch for
field immersion

Supervision on
personal tasking

PERSONAL TIME

FIELD IMMERSION
Schools, Churches
and Hospitals in the
area of deployment

RECAPITULATION
Summary of the
activities for the day
Closing Prayer

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed

6:00
PM

As appropriate
Reason(s):

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6:00
PM

7:00
PM

7:00
PM

Availability of
Dinner
Mess kits
Venue for Dinner

DINNER TIME
Prayer before meal

Supervision of
study time

STUDY TIME

9:30
PM

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Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed

9:00
PM

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Attendance Sheet
Defects Noted
9:00
PM

Completed

9:30
PM

4:00
AM
(next
day)

Issue Delinquency
Report
Supervision of
TAPS

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance before
Time for All Personnel
to Sleep (TAPS)

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

TIME FOR ALL


PERSONNEL TO SLEEP
(TAPS)

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

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POST DEPLOYMENT PROCEDURES
Common Terms
1. Patrol Shift the working period of a group of patrol personnel
2. Patrol Personnel refers to both the Patrol Supervisor and Patrol Officers
3. Patrol Supervisor responsible for the Patrol Officers and is directly under the
supervision of the Chief of Police
4. Patrol Officer personnel directly under the supervision of the Patrol Supervisor
Patrol Operations
Post Deployment Procedures: Post deployment procedures are done to account
patrol personnel and equipment and to consolidate the result of the deployment.
The feedback on operations will provide important information for subsequent patrol
operations and related activities.
The Patrol Personnel will perform the following procedures to properly turn-over
team equipment and responsibility and to provide feedback and relevant information
obtained during their shift:
1. Outgoing members of the foot patrol must wait for the arrival of incoming
shift of Patrol Officers for the proper turnover of responsibility, equipment and
relieving in place.
2. Mobile patrol crew should return to the Police Station for the turnover of
responsibility and team equipment.
3. Members of the mobile patrol must ensure the patrol vehicles serviceability
and cleanliness prior to its turnover to the incoming mobile patrol team.
4. The outgoing official duty driver must properly turn over the patrol vehicle to
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5. Turnover to the Patrol Supervisor or investigator of any item confiscated or


recovered.
6. Accomplish the After Patrol Report. Include in the report a summary of all
incidents responded to with the corresponding response time; and activities
done including compliance to the specific tasks given before or during the
deployment by the Patrol Supervisor and the concerned staff. Submit the
report to the Patrol Supervisor.
Answer to Assignment
p.
FTOs Note: Require the PTs to research regarding the topic to be discussed the
following day.

FIELD IMMERSION
The FTO will:
1. Require the PTs to interact with at least two (2) people living in the locality and
to record information in the journal with accompanying photos if there is any.
2. Require the PTs to list the vital installation and its location existing in the area
of deployment.
3. Conduct inspection of the PTs in the field in the morning.
4. Ask the PTs regarding the lesson and activity for the day during noon break.
5. Require the PTs to list the schools, churches and hospitals in the area of
deployment.
6. Conduct inspection of the PTs in the afternoon.

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TRAINING PLAN
MODULE II

PATROL

TARGET AUDIENCE

Police Trainees

DAY

11

VENUE

As appropriate (City/Municipal Police Station)

TIME ALLOTTED

Eight (8) Hours

LEARNING AIDS

POLICE TRAINEES
REQUIREMENTS

TRAINING REFERENCES

Laptop with LCD Projector/Overhead Projector/


Flip chart, Whiteboard and Marker

PTs prescribed uniform (Tamang Bihis)


PTs Guide
Notebook/Tickler, Miranda Warning Card
Sheets of paper
:

Revised Philippine National Police Operational


Procedures (PNP
Handbook
PNPM-DODS-3-2-13, December 2013), FTP Manual, STP
Guidebook

TRAINING GOAL

The purpose of this block of instruction is to


give the PTs information on patrol operation,
develop their competencies and learn the
types of patrolling including basic or commonly
used radio codes. PTs will also be exposed to
the actual conduct of different patrols and its
challenges.

TRAINING OBJECTIVE

After this block of instruction, the PTs will be


able to:

T.O. #1

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Define the terms Other Forms of Police Presence Operations,


Police Community Partnership and Police Integrated Patrol
System.

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FTOS NOTE: Check the appropriate boxes or circles indicated in the daily training
schedule.

DAILY TRAINING SCHEDULE


D
A
Y

TIME

4:00
AM

7:00
AM

D AY 11

5:00
AM

5:00
AM

FTO CHECKLIST
First Call
(4:00 AM)
Attention Call (4:05
AM)
Assembly Call (4:15
AM)
Accounting
(4:20 AM)

INVOCATION
Morning Prayer

Distribution of
Cleaning Materials
Designation of AOR
Availability and
Distribution of
Breakfast

PERSONAL
NECESSITIES/
CLEANING OF
AOR/BREAKFAS T
AOR Clean-up
Personal hygiene
Wearing of prescribed
uniform
Breakfast: Prayer
before meal
FORMATION AND
RANK INSPECTION
Daily Personnel
Accounting Report
Rank Inspection
Tamang Bihis
Proper haircut
Tickler/Ballpen/
Hanky
Handcuff
Socks
Buckle
Mustache
Finger nails
BRIEFING
Invocation: Police
Officers Prayer

Attendance Sheet
(7:00 AM-7:15 AM)
Rank Inspection
(7:15 AM-7:45 AM)
Defects Noted
7:00
AM

8:00
AM
Issue Delinquency
Report

8:00
AM

12:00
NN

ACTIVITIES

Briefing
Discussion on
Common Terms
and Patrol
Procedure

REVEILLE
Calisthenics/
Warm-up Exercises/
Physical Conditioning
Road Run

REMARKS
Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed

oPresentation /
Discussion

PRESENTATION /
DISCUSSION

oPractical
Exercises

Common Terms and


Patrol Procedure

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NGOs and Civilian


Volunteers within the
area of Deployment
Availability of Lunch
Mess Kits
Venue for Lunch
12:00
NN

As appropriate
Reason(s):

1:15
PM

Briefing

1:15
PM

4:45
PM

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FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance in the
Afternoon

BRIEFING
Prior to dispatch for
field immersion
FIELD IMMERSION
Interaction with
NGOs and inquire
regarding the peace
and order situation

4:45
PM

5:00
PM

Completed
Not Completed

1:00
PM

Attendance Sheet
for roll call
formation
1:00
PM

LUNCH BREAK
Prayer before meal

Collect the After


Duty Report and
Journal Notebook
of the PTs and
distribute a copy of
Dos and Donts for
Police Outpost
Assign a PT to
recap the activities
for the day
Issues and
concerns
Open Forum
Guidance

RECAPITULATION
Summary
of
the
activities for the day
Closing Prayer

FIE L D

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

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5:00
PM

6:00
PM

Supervision on
personal tasking

PERSONAL TIME

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

6:00
PM

7:00
PM

Availability of
Dinner
Mess kits
Venue for Dinner

DINNER TIME

Supervision of
study time

STUDY TIME

Completed

Prayer before meal

Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed

7:00
PM

9:00
PM

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Attendance Sheet
Defects Noted

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9:00
PM

9:30
PM

9:30
PM

4:00
AM
(next
day)

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Issue Delinquency
Report

Supervision of
TAPS

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance before
Time for All Personnel
to Sleep (TAPS)

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

TIME FOR ALL


PERSONNEL TO
SLEEP (TAPS)

Completed
Not Completed

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TRAINING MANUSCRIPT
DOs AND DONTs FOR POLICE OUTPOST
Common Terms
1.

Other Forms of Police Presence Operations refer to activities other than


patrol operations that involve direct contact with the community such as
serving summons and warrants of arrest conducting neighborhood checks
organizing small community groups as force multipliers setting up Barangay
Information Networks (BINs), and serving notices in connection with the
Annual Verification of Firearms/LOI Bilang Boga.

2.

Police Community Partnership philosophy of community policing that


emphasizes in a problem solving partnership between the police and
the community in working towards a healthy, crime free and harmonious
environment.

3.

Police Integrated Patrol System (PIPS) a patrol concept where different


patrol units of the Station, barangay tanods, bantay bayan, NGOs and civilian
volunteers from the community support and complement the efforts of each
other aimed to prevent the occurrence of crime in their area of responsibility.
The PIPS is a mechanism that incorporates three (3) components of a Police
Station to prevent crime, enforce the law, and maintain peace, order and
security in its area of responsibility. These are the following:

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a.

Fixed Components. Fixed components include the Police Station, the


Police Community Precincts, traffic posts, and visibility points that are
strategically deployed;

b.

Patrol Components. Patrol components include the foot, mobile, bike,


motorcycle, mounted, waterborne, and sky patrols; and

c.

Auxiliary Components. Auxiliary components include the BPATs, other


force multipliers, non-government organizations, and civilian volunteer
groups.

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FTOs Note: Require the PTs to research regarding the topic to be discussed the
following day.

FIELD IMMERSION
The FTO will:
1. Require the PTs to interact to at least two (2) people living in the locality and to
record information in the journal with accompanying photos, if there is any.
2. Require the PTs to list the NGOs and civilian volunteers within the area of
deployment in the journal.
3. Conduct morning inspection of the PTs in the field.
4. Ask the PTs regarding the lesson and activity for the day during noon break.
5. Require the PTs to interact with the NGOs and inquire regarding the peace
and order situation and record in the journal.
6. Conduct inspection of the PTs in the afternoon.
FTOs Note: Distribute a copy of Dos and Donts for Police Outpost.

DOs AND DONTs FOR POLICE OUTPOST


1. Observe Tamang Bihis;
2. Always carry a pocket-size notebook/tickler, pen and Miranda Doctrine Card;
3. Always be alert and ready to render police assistance to the public;
4. Prevent crimes and arrest sighted law violators;
5. Take note of all defects such as falling debris, traffic, flooding, open manhole,
hanging electric wirings/cables and others which can cause danger to the
public and report the same to SOC for appropriate action;
6. Strictly observe traffic rules and regulations;

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7. Avoid sleeping, smoking, reading newspaper and unnecessary texting while


on duty;
8. Establish contact with the security guards and mobilize force multipliers in the
conduct of patrol;
9. Be watchful of suspicious individuals, group/s of people, tinted vehicles, and
motorcycle riding criminals and unattended baggage especially in crowded
areas, business establishments, dark alleys and other areas frequented by
criminals to stage their plan;
10. Be courteous at all times when dealing with the public;
11. When suspects escape, immediately inform the SOC the identity, composition,
armaments, vehicles and the direction of escape;
12. During bomb threats, call EOD for back up and never attempt to move the
suspicious object and secure the area within a minimum of 100-meter radius;
13. Do not use firearms or warning shot, instead use whistle or megaphone in
warning criminals;
14. Leave your post only on actual rendering of police assistance and other
personal necessity;
15. Strictly observe the PNP Operational Procedures at all times;
16. Be familiar/knowledgeable of all conditions, events and details of places in
their assigned PIPS area;
17. When accosting a suspicious person or any individual in requesting for
identification, avoid taking the wallet or bag in which the cards/documents are
placed. Let the individual remove and hand them over to you;
18. Enforce the law and city/municipal ordinances;
19. Observe Linear Patrol except during police response;
20. Turn-on blinkers during night time; and
21. Maintain the cleanliness of the Police Outpost always.

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TRAINING PLAN
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Patrol

TARGET AUDIENCE

Police Trainees

DAY

13

VENUE

As appropriate (City/Municipal Police Station)

TIME ALLOTTED

Eight (8) Hours

LEARNING AIDS

POLICE TRAINEES
REQUIREMENTS

TRAINING REFERENCES

PTs prescribed uniform (Tamang Bihis)


PTs Guide
Notebook/Tickler, Miranda Warning Card
Sheets of paper
:

TRAINING GOAL

Revised Philippine National Police Operational


Procedures (PNP
Handbook
PNPM-DODS-3-2-13, December 2013), FTP Manual, STP
Guidebook
:

TRAINING OBJECTIVES

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Laptop with LCD Projector/Overhead Projector/


Flip chart, Whiteboard and Marker

The purpose of this block of instruction is to


give the PTs information on patrol operation,
develop their competencies and learn the
types of patrolling including basic or commonly
used radio codes. PTs will also be exposed to
the actual conduct of different patrols and its
challenges.
After this block of instruction, the PTs will be
able to:

T.O. #1

Define the terms Patrol Coverage, Patrol Duration and Patrol


Route; and

T.O. #2

Discuss about Frequency of Patrol Operations.

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FTOS NOTE: Check the appropriate boxes or circles indicated in the daily training
schedule.

DAILY TRAINING SCHEDULE


D
A
Y

TIME

4:00
AM

7:00
AM

D AY 1 3

5:00
AM

5:00
AM

8:00
AM

8:00
AM

12:00
NN

ACTIVITIES

REMARKS

First Call
(4:00 AM)
Attention Call (4:05
AM)
Assembly Call (4:15
AM)
Accounting
(4:20 AM)

INVOCATION
Morning Prayer

Distribution of
Cleaning Materials
Designation of AOR
Availability and
Distribution of
Breakfast

PERSONAL
NECESSITIES/
CLEANING OF
AOR/BREAKFAS T
AOR Clean-up
Personal hygiene
Wearing of prescribed
uniform
Breakfast: Prayer
before meal
FORMATION AND
RANK INSPECTION
Daily Personnel
Accounting Report

Attendance Sheet
(7:00 AM-7:15 AM)
Rank Inspection
(7:15 AM-7:45 AM)
Defects Noted
7:00
AM

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FTO CHECKLIST

Issue Delinquency
Report

Briefing
Discussion on
Common Terms
and Patrol
Procedure

Completed
Not Completed

REVEILLE
Calisthenics/
Warm-up Exercises/
Physical Conditioning
Road Run

Rank Inspection
Tamang Bihis
Proper haircut
Tickler/Ballpen/H
anky
Handcuff
Socks
Buckle
Mustache
Finger nails
BRIEFING
Invocation: Police
Officers Prayer
PRESENTATION /
DISCUSSION
Common Terms and
Patrol Procedure

FIE L D

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed

oPresentation /
Discussion

oPractical

Exercises

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PROG R A M

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Standing Duty
(Police Outpost)

Not Completed

oPresentation /
Discussion
oPractical
Exercises

Availability of Lunch
Mess Kits
Venue for Lunch
12:00
NN

4:45
PM

Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

1:15
PM

Briefing

1:15
PM

Completed

1:00
PM

Attendance Sheet
for roll call
formation
1:00
PM

LUNCH BREAK
Prayer before meal

4:45
PM

5:00
PM

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance in the
Afternoon

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

BRIEFING
Prior to dispatch for
field immersion

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

FIELD IMMERSION

Collect the After


Duty Report and
Journal Notebook of
the PTs
Assign a PT to
recap the activities
of day
Issues and
concerns
Open Forum
Guidance
Supervision on
personal tasking

RECAPITULATION
Summary
of
the
activities for the day
Closing Prayer

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

PERSONAL TIME

Completed
Not Completed

5:00
PM

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6:00
PM

As appropriate
Reason(s):

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6:00
PM

7:00
PM

Availability of
Dinner
Mess kits
Venue for Dinner

DINNER TIME
Prayer before meal

Supervision of
study time

STUDY TIME

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed

7:00
PM

9:00
PM

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Attendance Sheet
Defects Noted
9:00
PM

9:30
PM

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance before
Time for All Personnel
to Sleep (TAPS)

Issue Delinquency
Report

9:30
PM

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4:00
AM
(next
day)

Supervision of
TAPS

TIME FOR ALL


PERSONNEL TO
SLEEP (TAPS)

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed

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TRAINING MANUSCRIPT
FREQUENCY OF PATROL OPERATIO NS
Common Terms
1. Patrol Coverage refers to the area of operation of the Patrol Officers divided
into patrol sectors and patrol beats
2. Patrol Duration refers to the length of time of the patrol operations
3. Patrol Route identifies the possible routes that can be taken by the Patrol
Officers for the patrol operations
Patrol Operations
Frequency. The frequency of patrols refer to how often patrols are conducted in the
patrol sector and the patrol beat.
Patrol operations are conducted daily in the patrol sectors/beats. Depending on the
available resources and the peculiarity of the area of responsibility, patrol operations
are conducted in two (2) or three (3) shifts every day.
The relieving and posting of Patrol Officers in their shift should not coincide with
critical periods. These are the durations when people are in public places or on the
move from their residences to their places of concern or vice versa, such as opening
and closing time of banks, schools, malls and other business establishments. Critical
periods also include times when people attend special events like fiestas and midnight
masses and when the occurrence of crimes is at their peak based on the crime clock.
FIELD IMMERSION
The FTO will:
1. Require the PTs to interact with at least two (2) people living in the locality and
to record information in the journal with accompanying photos if any.
2. Assigned PTs in Standing Duty (Police Outpost) together with the regular
Police Officer. The PTs must observe the following:

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a. The Police Officer have a list of contact numbers of the establishment;


b. Courteous when dealing with the public; and
c. Conduct situation report every hour to the SOC thru radio, if available, or
text to include inspection.
3. Conduct inspection of the PTs in the field in the morning.
4. Ask the PTs regarding the lesson and activity for the day during noon break.
5. Require the PTs to list the hotels and malls.
6. Conduct inspection of the PTs in the afternoon.

I began to trust the questions themselves to lead me


beyond answers to understanding, beyond practice to faith
Joan D. Chittister

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TRAINING PLAN
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Patrol

TARGET AUDIENCE

Police Trainees

DAY

14

VENUE

As appropriate (City / Municipal Police Station)

TIME ALLOTTED

Eight (8) Hours

LEARNING AIDS

POLICE TRAINEES
REQUIREMENTS

TRAINING REFERENCES

: PTs prescribed uniform (Tamang Bihis)


PTs Guide
Notebook/Tickler, Miranda Warning Card
Sheets of paper
:

TRAINING GOAL

Revised Philippine National Police Operational


Procedures (PNP Handbook PNPM-DODS-3-2-13, December 2013), FTP Manual, STP
Guidebook
:

TRAINING OBJECTIVES

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Laptop with LCD Projector/Overhead Projector/


Flip chart, Whiteboard and Marker

The purpose of this block of instruction is to


give the PTs information on patrol operation,
develop their competencies and learn the
types of patrolling including basic or commonly
used radio codes. PTs will also be exposed to
the actual conduct of different patrols and its
challenges.

After this block of instruction, the PTs will be


able to:

T.O. #1

Define the terms Tasks, Response Time and Sector; and

T.O. #2

Discuss about Patrol Log of Patrol Operation.

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on Patrol Phase

FTOS NOTE: Check the appropriate boxes or circles indicated in the daily training
schedule.

DAILY TRAINING SCHEDULE


D
A
Y

TIME

4:00
AM

7:00
AM

D AY 1 4

5:00
AM

5:00
AM

FTO CHECKLIST

INVOCATION
Morning Prayer

Distribution of
Cleaning Materials
Designation of AOR
Availability and
Distribution of
Breakfast

PERSONAL
NECESSITIES/
CLEANING OF
AOR/BREAKFAS T
AOR Clean-up
Personal hygiene
Wearing of prescribed
uniform
Breakfast: Prayer
before meal
FORMATION AND
RANK INSPECTION
Daily Personnel
Accounting Report
Rank Inspection
Tamang Bihis
Proper haircut
Tickler/Ballpen/
Hanky
Handcuff
Socks
Buckle
Mustache
Finger nails
BRIEFING
Invocation: Police
Officers Prayer

8:00
AM
Issue Delinquency
Report

8:00
AM

12:00
NN

REMARKS

First Call
(4:00 AM)
Attention Call (4:05
AM)
Assembly Call (4:15
AM)
Accounting
(4:20 AM)

Attendance Sheet
(7:00 AM-7:15 AM)
Rank Inspection
(7:15 AM-7:45 AM)
Defects Noted
7:00
AM

ACTIVITIES

Briefing
Discussion on
Common Terms
and Patrol
Procedure

Completed
Not Completed

REVEILLE
Calisthenics/
Warm-up Exercises/
Physical Conditioning
Road Run

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed

oPresentation /
Discussion
oPractical
Exercises

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PRESENTATION /
DISCUSSION
Common Terms and
Patrol Procedure

Not Completed

oPresentation /
Discussion
oPractical
Exercises

Availability of Lunch
Mess Kits
Venue for Lunch
12:00
NN

1:15
PM

4:45
PM

Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

1:15
PM

4:45
PM

5:00
PM

Completed

Prayer before meal

1:00
PM

Attendance Sheet
for roll call
formation
1:00
PM

LUNCH BREAK

Briefing
Conduct inspection
of the PTs in the
afternoon

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance in the
Afternoon

Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

BRIEFING
Prior to dispatch for
field immersion
FIELD IMMERSION

Collect the After


Duty Report and
Journal Notebook
of the PTs
Assign a PT to
recap the activities
for the day
Issues and
concerns
Other Instructions
Closing prayer
Supervision on
personal tasking

Completed

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

RECAPITULATION
Summary of the
activities for the day
Closing Prayer

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

PERSONAL TIME

Completed
Not Completed

5:00
PM

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As appropriate
Reason(s):

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6:00
PM

7:00
PM

Availability of
Dinner
Mess kits
Venue for Dinner

DINNER TIME
Prayer before meal

Supervision of
study time

STUDY TIME

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed

7:00
PM

9:00
PM

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Attendance Sheet
Defects Noted

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9:00
PM

9:30
PM

9:30
PM

4:00
AM
(next
day)

Issue Delinquency
Report

Supervision of
TAPS

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance before
Time for All Personnel
to Sleep (TAPS)

TIME FOR ALL


PERSONNEL TO
SLEEP (TAPS)

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed

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TRAINING MANUSCRIPT
PATROL LOG
Common Terms
1. Task - a duty to be performed.
2. Response Time refers to the time that elapsed from the moment that a
Police Officer received the call for assistance up to the time that the police first
responder arrived at the scene.
*The Standard Response Time is Five (5) minutes.
3. Sector a subdivision of a locality which compose of two or more beat patrol
areas where a composite or Police Integrated Patrol System is conducted
Patrol Operations
Patrol Log. The Police Station shall maintain a monthly Patrol Log to officially
document the patrol operations and other related policing activities rendered by all
its uniformed personnel. The Patrol Log shall be the only basis for computing the
number of man hours rendered by every uniformed personnel and the whole station.
This will also correct the practice of some field units in reporting their patrol and police
presence outputs based on the estimated number of patrol man hours rendered. A
copy shall be submitted through channel until it reaches the Directorate for Operations
(DO) for monitoring purposes.
The Patrol Log serves the following purposes

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1.

Ensures accountability of personnel;

2.

Basis for computing patrol man hours rendered by every uniformed personnel
of the Police Station and the whole Police Station;

3.

Gauges the effectiveness and efficiency of the crime prevention program of


the Police Station; and

4.

Serves as reference for the issuance of certification on the patrol man hours
rendered by every uniformed personnel.

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FTOs Note: Inform the PTs regarding the new POP requiring all newly-recruited
PO1s and newly-assigned PNCOs of the Police Station as well as
organic PNCOs without patrol duty experience to render at least
2,000 man hours (based on the Patrol Log) of patrol duties before
being considered for other assignments within the Police Station/
Sub-Station/Precinct. (Police Patrol Operations Manual 2013)

FIELD IMMERSION
The FTO will:
1. Require the PTs to interact with at least two (2) people living in the locality and
to record information in the journal with accompanying photos if there is any.
2. Assign PTs in Standing Duty (Police Outpost) together with the regular Police
Officer. The PTs must observe the following:
a. The Police Officer have a list of contact numbers of the establishment
b. Courteous when dealing with the public
c. Conduct situation report every hour to the SOC thru radio, if available, or
text to include inspection
3. Conduct inspection of the PTs in the field in the morning.
4. Ask the PTs regarding the lesson and activity for the day during noon break.
5. Require the PTs to list the names of high profile personality living in the
community. i.e. mayor, vice mayor, senator, etc.
6. Conduct inspection of the PTs in the afternoon.

How does one magnify a calling?


Simply by performing the service that pertains to it.
Thomas S. Monson

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PATROL

TARGET AUDIENCE

Police Trainees

DAY

15

VENUE

As appropriate (City / Municipal Police Station)

TIME ALLOTTED

Eight (8) Hours

LEARNING AIDS

POLICE TRAINEES
REQUIREMENTS

TRAINING REFERENCES

: PTs prescribed uniform (Tamang Bihis)


PTs Guide
Notebook/Tickler, Miranda Warning Card
Sheets of paper
:

TRAINING GOAL

Revised Philippine National Police Operational


Procedures (PNP
Handbook
PNPM-DODS-3-2-13, December 2013), FTP Manual, STP
Guidebook
:

TRAINING OBJECTIVES

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Laptop with LCD Projector/Overhead Projector/


Flip chart, Whiteboard and Marker

The purpose of this block of instruction is to


give the PTs information on patrol operation,
develop their competencies and learn the
types of patrolling including basic or commonly
used radio codes. PTs will also be exposed to
the actual conduct of different patrols and its
challenges.
After this block of instruction, the PTs will be
able to:

T.O. #1

Define the terms Foot Patrol, Police Presence and Standing Duty;
and

T.O. #2

Cite the different types of patrol.

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DAILY TRAINING SCHEDULE


D
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TIME

4:00
AM

5:00
AM

5:00
AM

7:00
AM

FTO CHECKLIST

D AY 1 5
7:45
AM

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7:45
AM

8:00
AM

REMARKS

First Call
(4:00 AM)
Attention Call (4:05
AM)
Assembly Call (4:15
AM)
Accounting
(4:20 AM)

INVOCATION
Morning Prayer

Distribution of
Cleaning Materials
Designation of AOR
Availability and
Distribution of
Breakfast

PERSONAL
NECESSITIES/
CLEANING OF
AOR/BREAKFAST
AOR Clean-up
Personal hygiene
Wearing of prescribed
uniform
Breakfast: Prayer
before meal
FORMATION AND
RANK INSPECTION

Attendance Sheet
(7:00 AM-7:15 AM)
Rank Inspection
(7:15 AM-7:45 AM)
Defects Noted
7:00
AM

ACTIVITIES

Issue Delinquency
Report

Require the PTs to


interact to at least
two (2) people living
in the locality and
record in the
Journal Notebook
with attached
photos if any.

Completed

REVEILLE
Calisthenics/
Warm-up Exercises/
Physical Conditioning
Road Run

Daily Personnel
Accounting Report
Rank Inspection
Tamang Bihis
Proper haircut
Tickler/Ballpen/
Hanky
Handcuff
Socks
Buckle
Mustache
Finger nails
BRIEFING
Invocation: Police
Officers Prayer

Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

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Notebook which
was already noted,
if any
1 Hour Discussion
of Common Terms
and Patrol
Procedure

8:00
AM

12:00
NN

After the Presentation/


Discussion
Assign PTs in
Standing Duty
(Police Outpost)
together with the
regular Police
Officer.
Conduct
inspection of the
PTs in the Field in
the morning
Availability of Lunch
Mess Kits
Venue for Lunch

12:00
NN

4:45
PM

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Discussion

oPractical

Standing Duty
(Police Outpost)

Exercises

oField Immersion
Not Completed

oPresentation /
Discussion

oPractical
Exercises
oField Immersion
LUNCH BREAK
Prayer before meal

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

1:15
PM

Conduct inspection
of the PTs in the
afternoon
1:15
PM

Completed

1:00
PM

Attendance Sheet
for roll call
formation
1:00
PM

PRESENTATION /
DISCUSSION
Common Terms and
Patrol Procedure

4:45
PM

5:00
PM

FORMATION

Completed

Roll Call Formation/


Attendance in the
Afternoon

Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

BRIEFING
Prior to dispatch for
field immersion

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

FIELD IMMERSION
Collect the After
Duty Report and
Journal Notebook
of the PTs and
distribute a copy
of Dos and Donts
for TMR PATROL

RECAPITULATION
Summary
of
the
activities for the day
Closing Prayer

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

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Assign a PT to
recap the activities
of day
Issues and
concerns
Open Forum
Guidance
Supervision on
personal tasking
5:00
PM

6:00
PM

Not Completed

7:00
PM

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Availability of
Dinner
Mess kits
Venue for Dinner

DINNER TIME
Prayer before meal

Not Completed

STUDY TIME

Completed
Not Completed

9:00
PM

As appropriate
Reason(s):

9:30
PM

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance before
Time for All Personnel
to Sleep (TAPS)

Issue Delinquency
Report

9:30
PM

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4:00
AM
(next
day)

Completed

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Attendance Sheet
Defects Noted
9:00
PM

Completed

6:00
PM

Supervision of
study time
7:00
PM

PERSONAL TIME

Supervision of
TAPS

TIME FOR ALL


PERSONNEL TO
SLEEP (TAPS)

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed

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TYPES OF PATROL, DOs AND DONTs
FOR TACTICAL MOTORIZED RIDER (TMR) PATROL

Common Terms
1. Foot Patrol - is a form of patrol conducted by police officers in buddies moving
about a beat area by foot.
2. Police Presence pertains not only to the physical presence of police officers
in a designated area performing their assigned duties but also the sense or
perception of being safe felt by the community that the police is there ready
to provide service when needed. It can be summarized in an acronym SAFE
that is the police is Seen, Admired, Felt and Experienced
3. Standing Duty it is part of the duty of a police officer where he is posted in
a designated area of the patrol beat and standing in a specified time while
monitoring the activities around him
Types of Patrol
Types of Patrol are the means used under the conditions that provide the most
effective utilization of available personnel, logistics and funds to render police presence,
assistance and response.
1. Foot Patrol is conducted by Police Officers in a buddy system moving about in
a beat area by foot. It is primarily conducted in heavily populated areas, public
places and areas of convergence like markets, churches, schools, transport
terminals, amusement places and shopping malls including areas that are
not accessible to motor vehicles. This method provides the Patrol Officers
familiarity on the ground and better observation, identification and solution
to peace and order concerns in their beat. It also enables Patrol Officers to
establish and maintain favorable relations with the community through personto-person contact.
2. Sky Patrol. The PNP Air Unit primarily uses aircraft to provide aerial support
to police units on the ground through air surveillance or spotting during pursuit
operations against criminals.

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3. Waterborne Patrol. Watercrafts are used for law enforcement, search, rescue,
and security operations in municipal waters and inland waterways.
FIELD IMMERSION
The FTO will:
1. Require the PTs to interact with at least two (2) people living in the locality and
to record information in the Journal notebook with accompanying photos if
any.
2. Assign PTs in Standing Duty (Police Outpost) together with the regular Police
Officer. The PTs must observe the following:
a. The Police Officer have a list of contact numbers of the establishment
b. Courteous when dealing with the public
c. Conduct Situation Report every hour to the SOC thru radio, if available, or
text to include inspection
3. Conduct inspection of the PTs in the field in the morning.
4. Ask the PTs regarding the lesson and activity for the day during noon break.
5. Require the PTs to conduct Police Presence in schools and record to the
journal with photos.
6. Conduct inspection of the PTs in the afternoon.
FTOs Note: Distribute a copy of DOs and DONTs FOR TMR PATROL to the PTs.

Dos and Donts for Tactical Motorized Rider (TMR) Patrol


1.

Observe Tamang Bihis;

2.

Always carry a pocket size notebook/tickler, pen and Miranda Doctrine;

3.

Always be alert and ready to render police assistance to the public; and

4.

Prevent crimes and arrest sighted law violators.

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5.

Take note of all defects such as falling debris, traffic, flooding, open manhole,
hanging electric wirings/cables and others which can cause danger to the
public and report the same to SOC for appropriate action;

6.

Strictly observe traffic rules and regulations;

7.

Avoid sleeping, smoking, newspaper reading and unnecessary texting while


on duty;

8.

Establish contact with the security guards and mobilize force multipliers in the
conduct of patrol;

9.

Be watchful of suspicious individuals, group/s of people, tinted vehicles,


motorcycle riding criminals and unattended baggage especially in crowded
areas, business establishments, dark alleys and other areas frequented by
criminals to stage their plan;

10. Be courteous at all times when dealing with the public;


11. When suspects escape, immediately inform the SOC as to the identity,
composition, armaments, vehicles and the direction of escape;
12. During bomb threats, call EOD for back up and never attempt to move the
suspicious object and secure the area within a minimum of 100 meters radius;
13. Do not use firearms or warning shot, instead use whistle or megaphone in
warning criminals;
14. Leave their post only on actual rendering of police assistance and other
personal necessity;
15. Strictly observe the PNP Operational Procedures at all times;
16. Be familiar/knowledgeable of all conditions, events and details of places in
their assigned PIPS area;
17. When accosting a suspicious person or any individual in requesting for
identification, avoid taking the wallet or bag in which the cards/documents are
placed. Let the individual remove and hand them over to you;
18. Enforce the law and city/municipal ordinances;

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19. Always ensure the cleanliness of your motorcycle before turning it over to the
incoming duty officer;
20. Shall conduct bank and establishment visits in the designated PIPS area,
distribute flyers on crime prevention tips and establish good rapport with the
people;
21. Shall observe precautionary measures and personal safety while on patrol;
22. Shall not be a reckless driver;
23. Shall not wear a jacket during patrolling; and
24. Shall not have civilian back riders when patrolling.

How tragic it will be if we dont each come to grips with our own personal
potential and learn the role the Lord has in mind for us.
How sad if we waste one more day with a lack of commitment and not meet
the measure of our creation.
Glenn L. Pace

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TRAINING PLAN
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PATROL

TARGET AUDIENCE

Police Trainees

DAY

16

VENUE

As appropriate (City / Municipal Police Station)

TIME ALLOTTED

Eight (8) Hours

LEARNING AIDS

POLICE TRAINEES
REQUIREMENTS

TRAINING REFERENCES

: PTs prescribed uniform (Tamang Bihis)


PTs Guide
Notebook/Tickler, Miranda Warning Card
Sheets of paper
:

TRAINING GOAL

Revised Philippine National Police Operational


Procedures (PNP Handbook PNPM-DODS-3-2-13, December 2013), FTP Manual, STP
Guidebook
:

TRAINING OBJECTIVES

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Laptop with LCD Projector/Overhead Projector/


Flip chart, Whiteboard and Marker

The purpose of this block of instruction is to


give the PTs information on patrol operation,
develop their competencies and learn the
types of patrolling including basic or commonly
used radio codes. PTs will also be exposed to
the actual conduct of different patrols and its
challenges.
After this block of instruction, the PTs will be
able to:

T.O. #1

Define the terms Mobile Patrol and Patrol Standby Points; and

T.O. #2

Cite the different types of Mobile Patrol.

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FTOS NOTE: Check the appropriate boxes or circles indicated in the daily training
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DAILY TRAINING SCHEDULE


D
A
Y

TIME

4:00
AM

7:00
AM

D AY 1 6

5:00
AM

5:00
AM

7:45
AM

7:45
AM

8:00
AM

ACTIVITIES

REMARKS

First Call
(4:00 AM)
Attention Call (4:05
AM)
Assembly Call (4:15
AM)
Accounting
(4:20 AM)

INVOCATION
Morning Prayer

Distribution of
Cleaning Materials
Designation of AOR
Availability and
Distribution of
Breakfast

PERSONAL
NECESSITIES/
CLEANING OF
AOR/BREAKFAS T
AOR Clean-up
Personal hygiene
Wearing of prescribed
uniform
Breakfast: Prayer
before meal
FORMATION AND
RANK INSPECTION
Daily Personnel
Accounting Report

Attendance Sheet
(7:00 AM-7:15 AM)
Rank Inspection
(7:15 AM-7:45 AM)
Defects Noted
7:00
AM

MODULE II

FTO CHECKLIST

Issue Delinquency
Report

Require the PTs to


interact to at least
two (2) people living
in the locality and
record in the
Journal Notebook
with attached
photos if any.

Completed
Not Completed

REVEILLE
Calisthenics/
Warm-up Exercises/
Physical Conditioning
Road Run

Rank Inspection
Tamang Bihis
Proper haircut
Tickler/Ballpen/
Hanky
Handcuff
Socks
Buckle
Mustache
Finger nails
BRIEFING
Invocation: Police
Officers Prayer

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

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Return the Journal


Notebook which
was already noted,
if any
Discussion of
Common Terms
and Patrol
Procedure

8:00
AM

12:00
NN

4:45
PM

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Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

1:15
PM

4:45
PM

5:00
PM

Not Completed
Presentation /
Discussion
Practical
Exercises
Field Immersion

LUNCH BREAK
Prayer before meal

1:00
PM

Conduct inspection
of the PTs in the
afternoon
1:15
PM

o
oPractical
Exercises
oField Immersion
o
o
o

Attendance Sheet
for roll call
formation
1:00
PM

Completed
Presentation /
Discussion

PRACTICAL
EXERCISE
Mobile patrol

Availability of Lunch
Mess Kits
Venue for Lunch
12:00
NN

PRESENTATION /
DISCUSSION
Common Terms and
Patrol Procedure

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance in the
Afternoon

Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

BRIEFING
Prior to dispatch for
field immersion
FIELD IMMERSION

Collect the After


Duty Report and
Journal Notebook
of the PTs
Assign a PT to
recap the activities
of day
Issues and
concerns
Open Forum
Guidance

Completed

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

RECAPITULATION
Summary of the
activities for the day
Closing Prayer

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

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Supervision on
personal tasking
5:00
PM

6:00
PM

Not Completed

7:00
PM

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Availability of
Dinner
Mess kits
Venue for Dinner

DINNER TIME
Prayer before meal

Not Completed

STUDY TIME

Completed
Not Completed

9:00
PM

As appropriate
Reason(s):

9:30
PM

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance before
Time for All Personnel
to Sleep (TAPS)

Issue Delinquency
Report

9:30
PM

MODULE II

4:00
AM
(next
day)

Completed

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Attendance Sheet
Defects Noted
9:00
PM

Completed

6:00
PM

Supervision of
study time
7:00
PM

PERSONAL TIME

Supervision of
TAPS

TIME FOR ALL


PERSONNEL TO
SLEEP (TAPS)

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

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MOBILE PATROL, PATROL STANDBY POINTS

Common Terms
1. Mobile Patrol is another form of patrol conducted through the use of landbased conveyances such as: police bicycles, motorcycles; motor vehicles, or
horses.
2. Patrol Standby Points are the designated locations or vantage points outside
the Police Station where the Patrol Officers stop for maximum presence or
jump-off points for police assistance or response.
Mobile patrol is conducted through the use of land-based vehicles as
described below:
a. Bike Patrol. Bicycles are used to enable the police to patrol remote streets
and narrow pathways including beaches and parks. Compared with foot
patrol, the bicycle patrol provides speed, mobility, and flexibility. Moreover,
the use of the bicycle for patrol provides alternative means of saving fuel
and promoting physical fitness among the Patrol Officers.
b. Mobile Patrol. Marked police patrol car/jeep or utility vehicle equipped with
two (2)-way radio, blinkers and siren are used for covering a wider area and
carrying equipment and personnel. This method of patrol enables quick
response to calls for police assistance, and provides the Patrol Officers
protection from criminals and inclement weather.
c. Motorcycle Patrol. Motorcycles are primarily used for conducting operations
against motorcycle-riding criminals and those perpetrating street crimes. The
high mobility of motorcycle patrols even in traffic congested areas makes
them effective in addressing crimes. In rural areas, they are extensively
deployed to patrol wider areas with less developed road networks that limit
the use of four (4)-wheeled patrol vehicles. Motorcycle patrols are also
used for traffic management and for escort duties.
d. Mounted Patrol. Horses are primarily used for patrolling areas with rough
terrain that are inaccessible by mobile patrol.

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FIELD IMMERSION
The FTO will:
1. Require the PTs to interact with at least two (2) people living in the locality and
to record information in the journal with accompanying photos, if there is any.
2. Advise the PTs to conduct mobile patrol using Personal MC (Note: only PTs
who have updated license and MC registration can engage in mobile patrol).
The PTs must observe the following:
a. BLOWBAG inspection before the start of duty;
b. Periodic reporting (Situation Report);
c. Radio conversation;
d. Vehicle speed while patrolling; and
e. Courteous when dealing with the public.
3. Conduct inspection of the Police Trainees in the field in the morning.
4. Ask the Police Trainees regarding the lesson and activity for the day during
noon break.
5. Require the Police Trainees to conduct visibility mobile patrol on banks.
6. Conduct inspection of the Police Trainees in the afternoon.
PRACTICAL EXERCISE: Role Playing
The FTO will:
1. Divide the PTs into two (2) groups and/or as appropriate.
2. Explain thoroughly the given scenario prior to actual exercise.
3. Direct the PTs to perform based on their assigned tasks from the given scenario.
4. Solicit reactions/comments/recommendations from the other members of the
group.

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5. Provide appropriate answer/s after the practical exercises on the given


scenario.
6. Give more examples/scenarios/explanations, as necessary.
SCENARIO: When conducting Spot Verification
?
ANSWERS
1. .
2. .
?
?
3. .
4. .

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Patrolling is part of normal police procedures to prevent crime and ensure


public safety.
Normal police procedure po ang pagpapatrol. Ginagawa po natin ito para
magbantay laban sa krimen at para sa kaligtasan ng publiko.
5. Always thank the individual before letting her/him go.
Thank you sir/mam, for bearing with us and for the slight inconvenience.
Have a safe trip.
Salamat po at pasensya na po sa kaunting abala. Ingat po kayo sa byahe.
Note: One Police Officer will approach the person and conduct verification
while his partner/buddy will serve as area security.

We are vanishing from the earth, yet I cannot think we are useless or else
Usen would not have created us. He created all tribes of men and certainly
had a righteous purpose in creating each.
Geronimo

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TRAINING PLAN
MODULE II

PATROL

TARGET AUDIENCE

Police Trainees

DAY

17

VENUE

As appropriate (City / Municipal Police Station)

TIME ALLOTTED

Eight (8) Hours

LEARNING AIDS

POLICE TRAINEES
REQUIREMENTS

TRAINING REFERENCES

Laptop with LCD Projector/Overhead Projector/


Flip chart, Whiteboard and Marker

: PTs prescribed uniform (Tamang Bihis)


PTs Guide
Notebook/Tickler, Miranda Warning Card
Sheets of paper
:

Revised Philippine National Police Operational


Procedures (PNP
Handbook
PNPM-DODS-3-2-13, December 2013), FTP Manual, STP
Guidebook

TRAINING GOAL

The purpose of this block of instruction is to


give the PTs information on patrol operation,
develop their competencies and learn the
types of patrolling including basic or commonly
used radio codes. PTs will also be exposed to
the actual conduct of different patrols and its
challenges.

TRAINING OBJECTIVE

After this block of instruction, the PTs will be


able to:

T.O. #1

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FTOS NOTE: Check the appropriate boxes or circles indicated in the daily training
schedule.

DAILY TRAINING SCHEDULE


D
A
Y

TIME

4:00
AM

5:00
AM

5:00
AM

7:00
AM

FTO CHECKLIST
First Call
(4:00 AM)
Attention Call (4:05
AM)
Assembly Call (4:15
AM)
Accounting
(4:20 AM)
Distribution of
Cleaning Materials
Designation of AOR
Availability and
Distribution of
Breakfast

D AY 1 7

Attendance Sheet
(7:00 AM-7:15 AM)
Rank Inspection
(7:15 AM-7:45 AM)
Defects Noted
7:00
AM

7:45
AM

MODULE II

7:45
AM

8:00
AM

Issue Delinquency
Report

Require the PTs


to interact to at
least two (2)
people living in
the locality and
record in the
Journal Notebook
with attached

ACTIVITIES

REMARKS

INVOCATION
Morning Prayer

Completed

REVEILLE
Calisthenics/
Warm-up Exercises/
Physical Conditioning
Road Run
PERSONAL
NECESSITIES/
CLEANING OF
AOR/BREAKFAST
AOR Clean-up
Personal hygiene
Wearing of prescribed
uniform
Breakfast: Prayer
before meal
FORMATION AND
RANK INSPECTION
Daily Personnel
Accounting Report
Rank Inspection
Tamang Bihis
Proper haircut
Tickler/Ballpen/
Hanky
Handcuff
Socks
Buckle
Mustache
Finger nails
BRIEFING
Invocation: Police
Officers Prayer

FIE L D

Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

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photos if any.
Return the
Journal Notebook
which was already
noted, if any
Discussion of
Common Terms
and Patrol
Procedure

8:00
AM

PRESENTATION /
DISCUSSION

Completed

oPresentation /

Patrol Competencies

Discussion

oPractical
Exercises
oField Immersion

PRACTICAL
EXERCISE
Mobile patrol

12:00
NN

Not Completed

oPresentation /
Discussion

oPractical
Exercises
oField Immersion
12:00
NN

1:00
PM

Availability of Lunch
Mess Kits
Venue for Lunch

1:15
PM

4:45
PM

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4:45
PM

5:00
PM

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Attendance Sheet
for roll call
formation
1:00
PM

LUNCH BREAK
Prayer before meal

Briefing
Conduct inspection
of the PTs in the
afternoon

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance in the
Afternoon

Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

BRIEFING
Prior to dispatch for
field immersion
FIELD IMMERSION

Collect the After


Duty Report and
Journal Notebook of
the Police Trainees
and distribute a
copy of Dos and
Donts for Mobile
Patrol

Completed

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

RECAPITULATION
Summary of the
activities for the day
Closing Prayer

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

FIE L D

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on Patrol Phase

Assign a PT to
recap the activities
of day
Issues and
concerns
Open Forum
Guidance
Supervision on
personal tasking
5:00
PM

6:00
PM

Not Completed

7:00
PM

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Availability of
Dinner
Mess kits
Venue for Dinner

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STUDY TIME

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

9:30
PM

4:00
AM
(next
day)

Completed
Not Completed

9:00
PM

Issue Delinquency
Report

9:30
PM

DINNER TIME
Prayer before meal

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Attendance Sheet
Defects Noted
9:00
PM

Completed

6:00
PM

Supervision of
study time
7:00
PM

PERSONAL TIME

Supervision of
TAPS

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance before
Time for All Personnel
to Sleep (TAPS)
TIME FOR ALL
PERSONNEL TO
SLEEP (TAPS)

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):
Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
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PATROL COMPE TE N CIE S
Patrol Competencies
1. Effective Communication Skills every patroller should have the ability to
interact with the members of the community. It is preferred that the patroller
knows the local dialect of the community to enable him to communicate
effectively. Community policing does not only pertain to law enforcement but
also as a service to help solve a wide range of community and citizen problem.
Thus, a patroller is not only a law enforcer but may also be a mediator or
counselor in a crisis involving members of the community.
Communication skills of a patroller is not only limited to verbal but also to
written. A patroller must be able to convert information to a written report on
what he had accomplished during his tour of duty. He must be able to convey
the issues at hand, observations, recommendations and important matters that
need to be addressed. Documentation is very important in law enforcement.
FTOs Note: Advise the PTs to always take note of incidents or observation during
tour of duty. In this manner, they will be able to improve their written
communication skills.
2. Defensive and Police Intervention Skills - a trained patrol personnel who is
trained to respond properly in a situation will less likely use an unreasonable
force against an offender, thereby preventing the unnecessary injury or loss
of life. Patrol personnel should be trained to develop confidence, ability, and
pride of ones work coupled with humility to enable them to perform their duties
effectively. On the other hand, police intervention skills and defensive tactics
can better be applied if a Police Officer is physically fit. Since police work
creates high level of stress, physical fitness is recognized as an effective and
healthy way to reduce stress. A patroller who is physically fit can respond and
do his work effectively.
3. Basic First Aid Skills as first responders, patrol personnel will experience
medical emergencies such as road accidents and death, thus it is necessary that
they are knowledgeable in some extent to provide first aid services to save lives.

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4. Basic Intelligence and Investigative Knowledge as keen observers in the


environment, Patrol Personnel should be able to extract and collect relevant
information for evaluation as intelligence data for the use of the Station and
its operating units. Similarly, as first responders they must be able to collect
information which are vital to the investigation of the case. (5W and 1H)
FIELD IMMERSION
The FTO will:
1. Require the PTs to interact with at least two (2) people living in the locality and
to record information in the journal with accompanying photos if there is any.
2. Advise the PTs to conduct mobile patrol using Personal MC (Note: *only PTs
who have updated license and MC registration can engage in mobile patrol).
The PTs must observe the following:
a. BLOWBAG inspection before the start of duty;
b. Periodic reporting (Situation Report);
c. Radio conversation;
d. Vehicle speed while patrolling; and
e. Courteous when dealing with the public.
3. Conduct inspection of the PTs in the field in the morning.
4. Ask the PTs regarding the lesson and activity for the day during noon break.
5. Conduct inspection of the PTs in the afternoon.
PRACTICAL EXERCISE: Role Playing
The FTO will:
1. Divide the PTs into two (2) groups and/or as appropriate;
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3. Direct the PTs to perform based on their assigned tasks from the given scenario;
4.

Solicit reactions/comments/recommendations from the other members of the group;

5. Provide appropriate answer/s after the practical exercises on the given scenario;
and
6. Give more examples/scenarios/explanations, as necessary.
SCENARIO: Basic Communication Skills and Basic First Aid
?
ANSWERS
1.
2. f.
3. .
4. .
5. .
6. .

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7. In case the victim is injured, provide first aid if knowledgeable or bring the
victim to the nearest hospital.
8. Bring the suspect to the womens desk for proper disposition.
FTOs Note: Distribute a copy of the DOs and DONTs FOR MOBILE PATROL to
the PTs.

DOs AND DONTs FOR MOBILE PATROL:


1. Observe Tamang Bihis;
2. Always carry a pocket size notebook/tickler, pen and Miranda Doctrine;
3. Always be alert and ready to render police assistance to the public;
4. Prevent crimes and arrest sighted law violators;
5. Take note of all defects such as falling debris, traffic, flooding, open manhole,
hanging electric wirings/cables and others which can cause danger to the
public and report the same to SOC for appropriate action;
6. Strictly observe traffic rules and regulations;
7. Avoid sleeping, smoking, newspaper reading and unnecessary texting while
on duty;
8. Establish contact with the security guards and other force multipliers while on
patrol;
9. Be watchful of suspicious individuals, group/s of people, tinted vehicles,
motorcycle riding criminals and unattended baggage especially in crowded
areas, business establishments, dark alleys and other areas frequented by
criminals to stage their plan;
10. Be courteous at all times when dealing with the public;
11. When suspects escape, immediately inform the SOC as to the identity,
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12. During bomb threats, call EOD for back up and never attempt to move the
suspicious object and secure the area within a minimum of 100-meter radius;
13. Strictly observe the PNP Operational Procedures at all times;
14. Shall be knowledgeable of all conditions, events and details of places in their
assigned PIPS area;
15. When accosting a suspicious person or any individual in requesting for
identification, avoid taking the wallet or bag in which the cards/documents are
placed. Let the individual remove and hand them over to you;
16. Enforce city/municipal ordinances on night-spots establishments such as:
night clubs, cabarets and all houses of ill-reputes;
17. Ensure the cleanliness of your mobile car before turning it over to the incoming
duty officer;
18. Shall conduct bank and establishment visits in the designated PIPS area and
to distribute flyers on crime prevention tips and establish good rapport with the
people;
19. Maintain standard speed during normal patrol not more than 30kph;
20. Turn-on blinkers during night time and poor visibility; and
21. Use sirens only during emergencies and hot pursuit operations.

...it was better to believe in God and to be wrong than to believe


that there was no God and to be right.
Foreli Kramarik

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TRAINING PLAN
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PATROL

TARGET AUDIENCE

Police Trainees

DAY

19

VENUE

As appropriate (City / Municipal Police Station)

TIME ALLOTTED

Eight (8) Hours

LEARNING AIDS

POLICE TRAINEES
REQUIREMENTS

TRAINING REFERENCES

Laptop with LCD Projector/Overhead Projector/


Flip chart, Whiteboard and Marker

PTs prescribed uniform (Tamang Bihis)


PTs Guide
Notebook/Tickler, Miranda Warning Card
Sheets of paper
:

Revised Philippine National Police Operational


Procedures (PNP
Handbook
PNPM-DODS-3-2-13, December 2013), FTP Manual, STP
Guidebook

TRAINING GOAL

The purpose of this block of instruction is to


give the PTs information on patrol operation,
develop their competencies and learn the
types of patrolling including basic or commonly
used radio codes. PTs will also be exposed to
the actual conduct of different patrols and its
challenges.

TRAINING OBJECTIVE

After this block of instruction, the PTs will be


able to:

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FTOS NOTE: Check the appropriate boxes or circles indicated in the daily training
schedule.

DAILY TRAINING SCHEDULE


D
A
Y

TIME

4:00
AM

7:00
AM

First Call
(4:00 AM)
Attention Call (4:05
AM)
Assembly Call (4:15
AM)
Accounting
(4:20 AM)
Distribution of
Cleaning Materials
Designation of AOR
Availability and
Distribution of
Breakfast

D AY 1 9

5:00
AM

5:00
AM

FTO CHECKLIST

Attendance Sheet
(7:00 AM-7:15 AM)
Rank Inspection
(7:15 AM-7:45 AM)
Defects Noted
7:00
AM

7:45
AM
Issue Delinquency
Report

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REMARKS

INVOCATION
Morning Prayer

Completed
Not Completed

REVEILLE
Calisthenics/
Warm-up Exercises/
Physical Conditioning
Road Run
PERSONAL
NECESSITIES/
CLEANING OF
AOR/BREAKFAST
AOR Clean-up
Personal hygiene
Wearing of prescribed
uniform
Breakfast: Prayer
before meal
FORMATION AND
RANK INSPECTION
Daily Personnel
Accounting Report
Rank Inspection
Tamang Bihis
Proper haircut
Tickler/Ballpen/
Hanky
Handcuff
Socks
Buckle
Mustache
Finger nails

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

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7:45
AM

8:00
AM

Require the PTs to


interact to at least
two (2) people living
in the locality and
record in the
Journal Notebook
with attached
photos if any.
Return the Journal
Notebook which
was already noted,
if any
Discussion of
Common Terms
and Patrol
Procedure

BRIEFING
Invocation: Police
Officers Prayer

Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

PRESENTATION /
DISCUSSION
Crime Prevention

Completed

oPresentation /
Discussion

oPractical

PRACTICAL
EXERCISE
8:00
AM

Completed

Exercises

12:00
NN

Not Completed

oPresentation /
Discussion

oPractical
Exercises
Availability of Lunch
Mess Kits
Venue for Lunch
12:00
NN

As appropriate
Reason(s):

1:15
PM

Conduct inspection
of the PTs in the
afternoon
1:15
PM

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Completed
Not Completed

1:00
PM

Attendance Sheet
for roll call
formation
1:00
PM

LUNCH BREAK
Prayer before meal

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance in the
Afternoon

BRIEFING
Study Time

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed

4:45
PM

As appropriate
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4:45
PM

5:00
PM

6:00
PM

7:00
PM

5:00
PM

Assign a PT to
recap the activities
for the day
Issues and
concerns
Other Instructions
Closing prayer

RECAPITULATION
Summary
of
the
activities for the day
Closing Prayer

Supervision on
study time

STUDY TIME

Availability of
Dinner
Mess kits
Venue for Dinner

DINNER TIME
Prayer before meal

Supervision of
Field Immersion

FIELD IMMERSION

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day)

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Completed

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Attendance Sheet
Defects Noted
9:30
PM

As appropriate
Reason(s):

As appropriate
Reason(s):

9:00
PM

9:00
PM

Not Completed

Not Completed

6:00
PM

7:00
PM

Completed

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance

Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Issue Delinquency
Report

Supervision of
Field Immersion

Completed

FIELD IMMERSION

Completed
Not Completed

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CRIME PREVENTIO N
Crime Prevention
Crime Prevention is one of the major functions of the police. It is the anticipation,
recognition and assessment of a crime risk and the initiation of action to eliminate or
reduce it.
Elements of Crime:
1. The motive is the intention or reason why a person commits a crime.
2. Opportunity consists of the set of circumstances which enables the criminal to
commit the crime.
3. Instrumentality is the device used in committing the crime.
Police can prevent crime by initiating following actions:
1. Reducing the opportunity for crime by target hardening;
2. Establishing police presence;
3. Arrest of offenders and other police intervention; and
4. Involving the community as partners.
a. Police presence is one of the effective crime prevention measures.
b. Visible police personnel in the streets lessen opportunity for criminals to
commit crime.
c. Patrolling the streets and other critical areas also enables the police to know
the people on an individual basis as well as the community in their jurisdiction.
d. By constantly walking their beats police personnel learn and know about
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the more they will understand the needs of the residents enabling them to
find solutions to their problems and in identifying the dangerous areas and
people threat.
e. The safety and security of a particular area where a police is assigned to
patrol becomes his responsibility.
f. The patrollers are now accountable to their supervisors who in turn are
accountable to the community. It means that a patroller is accountable for
any crime that occurs in his assigned beat to his supervisor and the latter
is accountable to the residents of the locality of his jurisdiction.
g. As the patroller becomes involved in the community, he develops a sense
of belonging and ownership of his role in the community, resulting in the
improvement of the lives of the residents.
FTOs Note: You must first coordinate with the Station PCR regarding the availability
of Safety and Crime Prevention Tips which can be distributed by the
PTs during the conduct of patrol.
FIELD IMMERSION
The FTO will:
1. Require the PTs to interact with at least two (2) people living in the locality and
to record information in the journal with accompanying photos, if there is any.
2. Advise the PTs to join the conduct of visibility patrol on-board the mobile car of
the PCP. The PTs must observe the following:
a. BLOWBAG Inspection before the start of duty;
b. Equipment check;
c. Cleanliness of the motor car;
d. Periodical Report (every hour) to SOC the location and situation to include
the use of Radio Codes;
e. Travelling speed during patrol;
f. Courteous when dealing with the public; and
g. Proper positioning and time interval in the designated standby points.
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3. Conduct inspection of the PTs in the field in the morning;


4. Ask the PTs regarding the lesson and activity for the day during noon break;
and
5. Conduct inspection of the PTs in the afternoon.
FTOs Note: You must first coordinate with the PCP Commander or Chief, MPU to
include the PTs in the conduct of visibility patrol.

PRACTICAL EXERCISE: Role Playing


The FTO will:
1. Explain thoroughly the given scenario.
2. Direct the Police Trainees to write in their journal the possible preventive
measure.
3. Provide appropriate answer/s on the given scenario.
SCENARIO: Crime Prevention
?
ANSWERS
1. .
2. .
3. .
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5. .
6. .
7. .
8. .
9. .
10..
11..
12..
13..
14..

God is a man of His word, He assures us that well succeed in every task,
every assignment, every dream, every vision He gives us.
And always uses catchphrases for us to cling on during tough times.
Be strong and courageous (Joshua 1:6).
Euginia Herlihy

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TRAINING PLAN
MODULE II

: PATROL

TARGET AUDIENCE

: Police Trainees

DAY

: 20

VENUE

: As appropriate (City / Municipal Police Station)

TIME ALLOCATED

: Eight (8) Hours

LEARNING AIDS

: Laptop with LCD Projector/Overhead Projector/Flip


chart, Whiteboard and Marker

POLICE TRAINEES
REQUIREMENTS

: PTs prescribed uniform (Tamang Bihis)


PTs Guide
Notebook/Tickler, Miranda Warning Card
Sheets of paper

TRAINING REFERENCES : Revised Philippine National Police Operational


Procedures (PNP Handbook PNPM-DO-DS-3-2-13,
December 2013), FTP Manual, STP Guidebook
TRAINING GOAL

: The purpose of this block of instruction is to give the PTs


information on patrol operation, develop competencies
and learn the types of patrolling including basic or
commonly used radio codes. PTs will also be exposed
to the actual conduct of different patrols and its
challenges.

TRAINING OBJECTIVE

: After this block of instruction, the PTs will be able to:

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schedule.

DAILY TRAINING SCHEDULE


D
A
Y

TIME

FTO CHECKLIST
Attendance Sheet
(7:00 PM-7:15 PM)
Rank Inspection
(7:15 PM-7:45 PM)
Defects Noted

D AY 2 0

1:00
PM

1:45
PM

2:00
PM

1:45
PM

2:00
PM

3:00
PM

Issue Delinquency
Report

Require the PTs to


interact to at least
two (2) people
living in the locality
and record in the
Journal Notebook
with attached
photos if any.
Return the Journal
Notebook which
was already noted,
if any
Discussion of
Common Terms
and Patrol
Procedure

ACTIVITIES
FORMATION AND
RANK INSPECTION
Invocation: Police
Officers Prayer
Daily Personnel
Accounting Report
Rank Inspection
Tamang Bihis
Proper haircut
Tickler/Ballpen/
Hanky
Handcuff
Socks
Buckle
Mustache
Finger nails
BRIEFING

REMARKS
Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

PRESENTATION /
DISCUSSION
Radio Communication

Completed
Presentation /
Discussion
Practical
Exercises

o
o

Not Completed
Presentation /
Discussion
Practical
Exercises

o
o

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Availability of Meals
Mess Kits
Venue for Meals
3:00
MN

3:30
PM

As appropriate
Reason(s):

8:45
PM

3:30
AM

8:45
PM

9:00
PM

9:00
PM

10:00
PM

10:00
PM

4:00
AM

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Completed
Not Completed

3:15
AM

Attendance Sheet
for roll call
formation
3:15
AM

COFFEE BREAK
Prayer before meal

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance in the
Afternoon

Assign the PTs in


the SOC for
observation of
radio
communication
procedure.
Conduct inspection
of the PTs

BRIEFING
Prior to dispatch for
field immersion

Collect the After


Duty Report and
Journal Notebook of
the PTs
Assign a PT to
recap the activities
of day
Issues and
concerns
Open Forum
Guidance
Supervision on
personal tasking

RECAPITULATION
Summary of the
activities for the day

PRACTICAL
EXERCISES
Use of Radio

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

PERSONAL TIME

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Supervision
of TAPS

TAPS

Completed
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RADIO COMMUNICAT ION
INTRODUCTION
Station Operations Center (SOC) is the nerve center that links the components of
the Integrated Patrol System through different communication systems. It serves as
the command and control center of the station that provides direction to the operating
units in the ground.
Radio Call and Answering Procedures:
1. Wait for a break in the traffic before transmitting. Attempting to break in on
another transmission only causes delays in the handling of calls.
2. The operator who wishes to contact any station in the system must first listen
long enough to the circuit before keying the transceiver.
3. Transmit the name of the station being called first, then the name of the calling
station for proper identification.
4. Wait for your call sign to be acknowledged. Normally, the dispatcher will repeat
your call sign and then say, Go Ahead.
5. Mobile cars when calling or being called by the base, must give their location
(10-20) at once.
6. Acknowledge a message properly, give the time, date and operator who
received the message; always be certain that the message received is
complete.
7. It is wise to conclude each transmission with a specific question or comment
so that the other person knows you have finished with a transmission and are
awaiting a reply. Such comments as, Over, Copy and Go Ahead are often
used.
8. Wait to see if the dispatcher acknowledges your transmission before continuing.

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Radio Communication:
In answering radio call from the Base, the concerned Patrollers (mobile patrol,
TMR, foot patrol) being called shall give his/her exact location. Likewise, when a
Patroller is calling the Base, he/she must indicate his/her exact location.
EXAMPLE: SOC calling the Patroller
SOC

: MC 121 Base

MC 121 : Go Ahead Base MC 121 along Marcos Highway cor Tayug St.
SOC

: (Message to be relayed)

EXAMPLE: Patroller calling SOC


MC 121 : Base MC 121 along Marcos Highway cor. Tayug St.
SOC

: Go Ahead MC 121

MC 121 : (Message to be relayed)


Dos and Donts in Radio Communication
1. Obey the order/s of the base (dispatcher), regardless of his rank, for his
authority emanates from the commanders. The dispatcher should see to it that
the discipline of the members of the net is maintained at all times in order to
utilize communication facilities in full.
2. Do not shout into the microphone even though there is a great amount of noise
in the vicinity for it will cause distortion.
3. Think and know what you want to say, press the button firmly hesitating an
instant, then speak distinctly. Be brief and concise, be impersonal, do not
mumble, and do not talk too fast.
4. Speak in an even tone of voice. Do not let your voice trail off at the end of a
sentence.
5. Do not interfere when someone is transmitting a message unless your message
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6. Long messages should be broken into phrases and each phrase repeated once
before going to the next phrase of the message to avoid too much repetition.
7. Spell all names and references using the phonetic alphabet.
8. Remember that in many cases someone must write down your transmission.
Therefore, the officer must remember to speak slowly and carefully.
9. Must transmit message slowly, distinctly at the rate of sixty (60) words per
minute.
10. Hold the microphone about two (2) inches away from the lips, approximately at
45 degrees, press the button firmly, then speak slowly and clearly in a normal
voice.
APCO (Association of Public Communications Officers)
Radio Codes
10-4 Acknowledge

10-31 Crime in Progress

10-9 Repeat / Say Again

10-33 Emergency, Officer Needs Assistance

10-10 Fight in Progress

10-34 Riot

10-12 Standby

10-44 Request Permission to Leave Control

10-15 Civil Disturbance

10-50 Accident

10-16 Domestic Trouble

10-70 Fire Alarm

10-19 Back to Base (Office)

10-76 Enroute / Proceeding

10-20 Location

10-77 ETA (Estimated Time of Arrival)

10-21 Call By Phone

10-78 Need Assistance

10-22 Disregard

10-90 Bank Alarm

10-25 Report in Person

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Phonetic Alphabet
A

Alfa

November

Bravo

Oscar

Charlie

Papa

Delta

Quebec

Echo

Romeo

Foxtrot

Sierra

Golf

Tango

Hotel

Uniform

India

Victory

Juliet

Whiskey

Kilo

Xray

Lima

Yankee

Mike

Zulu

FIELD IMMERSION
The FTO will:
1. Require the PTs to interact with at least two (2) people living in the locality and
record information in the journal with accompanying photos if there is any.
2. Advise the PTs to join the conduct of visibility patrol on-board the mobile car of
the PCP during nighttime. The PTs must observe the following:
a. BLOWBAG inspection before the start of duty
b. Equipment check
c. Cleanliness of the motor car
d. Periodical report (every hour) to SOC the location and situation to include
the use of radio codes
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f. Courteous when dealing with the public


g. Proper positioning and time interval in the designated standby points
h. Use of blinkers
3. Conduct inspection of the PTs in the field. Ask the PTs regarding the lesson
and activity for the day.
4. Assign the PTs in the SOC for observation of radio communication procedure.
5. Conduct inspection of the PTs.
PRACTICAL EXERCISE: Role Playing
The FTO will:
1. Divide the PTs into two (2) groups and/or as appropriate.
2. Explain thoroughly the given scenario prior to actual exercise.
3. Direct the PTs to perform based on their assigned tasks from the given scenario.
4. Solicit reactions/comments/recommendations from other members of the
group.
5. Provide appropriate answer/s after the practical exercises on the given
scenario.
6. Give more examples/scenarios/explanations, as necessary.
SCENARIO: Shooting Incident
?
ANSWERS
1.
.
2. .

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3. .
4. .
5. l.
6.
SOC.
7.

l.

8.

9.

Follow your own path, and youll get lost. Follow His, and you wont.
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MODULE III

BASIC LAWS AND PNP REGULATIONS

TARGET AUDIENCE

Police Trainees

DAY

21

VENUE

Station Patrol Division

TIME ALLOTTED

Eight (8) Hours

LEARNING AIDS

Laptop computer, projector, whiteboard


and marker white cartolina

POLICE TRAINEES
REQUIREMENTS

PTs prescribed uniform (Tamang Bihis)


PTs Guide
Notebook/Tickler, Miranda Warning Card
Sheets of paper

TRAINING REFERENCES

STP Guidebook
Police Operational Procedure
LOI Patnubay 2013
NAPOLCOM Circular No. 2007-001
R.A. 6975 as amended by R.A. 8551

TRAINING GOAL

The purpose of this block of instruction is to


provide PTs with the knowledge on the application
of the appropriate laws and the PNP Disciplinary
Machineries.

TRAINING OBJECTIVES

At the end of this module, the PTs will be able to:

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T.O. #1

Enumerate and understand the PNP disciplinary machineries;

T.O. #2

Identify the different disciplinary authorities; and

T.O. #3

Discuss the administrative cases and its corresponding penalties.

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DAILY TRAINING SCHEDULE


D
A
Y

TIME

4:00
AM

7:00
AM

D AY 2 1

5:00
AM

5:00
AM

7:00
AM

8:00
AM

FTO CHECKLIST

INVOCATION
Morning Prayer

Distribution of
Cleaning
Materials
Designation of
AOR
Availability and
Distribution of
Breakfast

PERSONAL NECESSITIES/
CLEANING OF
AOR/BREAKFAS T AOR
Clean-up Personal
hygiene Wearing of
prescribed uniform
Breakfast: Prayer before
meal

Attendance
Sheet
(7:00 AM-7:15
AM) Rank
Inspection
(7:15 AM-7:45
AM)
Defects Noted

FORMATION AND RANK


INSPECTION
Daily Personnel
Accounting Report
Rank Inspection
Tamang Bihis
Proper haircut
Tickler/Ballpen/Hanky
Handcuff
Socks
Buckle
Mustache
Finger nails

Intro to PNP
Disciplinary
Machineries

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AM

REMARKS

First Call (4:00


AM) Attention
Call (4:05 AM)
Assembly Call
(4:15 AM)
Accounting
(4:20 AM)

Issue
Delinquency
Report

8:00
AM

ACTIVITIES

Completed
Not Completed

REVEILLE
Calisthenics/
Warm-up Exercises/
Physical Conditioning
Road Run

TOPIC PRESENTATION:
PNP DISCIPLINARY
MACHINERIES
Invocation: Police Officers
Prayer
Introduction
Training Goal

FIE L D

Completed
Not Completed

Completed
Not Completed

Complet ed

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oPractical
Exercises

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Training Objectives
Definition of Terms
Citizens Complaint
Breach of Internal
Discipline

9:00
AM

12:00
NN

1:00
PM

12:00
NN

1:00
PM

Availability of
Subject Matter
Expert (8:00
AM)
o with SME
o without SME

1:15
PM

3:15
PM

4:45
PM

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As appropriate
Reason(s):

Attendance
Sheet for roll
call formation

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance in the
Afternoon

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

CASE STUDY

Completed
Not Completed

3:15
PM

4:45
PM

Exercises

Not Completed

LUNCH BREAK
Prayer before meal

Case Study

oLecture
oPractical

PRACTICAL EXERCISE

Availability of
Lunch
Mess Kits
Venue for
Lunch

1:15
PM

Not Completed

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Examination
Oral
Written

EXAMINATION

Completed
Not Completed

Check the
examination
Evaluation
Open Forum
Guidance
Closing
prayer

DEBRIEFING
Closing Prayer

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

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5:00
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6:00
PM

6:00
PM

7:00
PM

Supervision on
personal
tasking

PERSONAL TIME

Availability of
Dinner
Mess kits
Venue for
Dinner

DINNER TIME
Prayer before meal

Supervision of
study time

STUDY TIME

Completed
Not Completed

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed

7:00
PM

9:00
PM

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Attendance
Sheet
Defects Noted
9:00
PM

9:30
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PM

4:00
AM
(next
day)

Issue
Delinquency
Report
Supervision of
TAPS

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance before Time
for All Personnel to Sleep
(TAPS)

TIME FOR ALL


PERSONNEL TO SLEEP
(TAPS)

FIE L D

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

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PNP DISCIPLINARY MACHINERIES
INTRODUCTION
This module aims to provide knowledge on the PNP disciplinary machineries that
will guide PTs to become better police officers. This module also seeks to guide PTs
on how to refrain from committing any violations of the PNP rules and regulations.
The following terms shall be understood to mean as follows:

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1.

Answer - a pleading in which a respondent or other adverse party sets forth


the negative and affirmative defenses upon which he relies;

2.

Appellate Bodies - shall refer to the Regional Appellate Board and National
Appellate Board (NAB) of the Commission; and Secretary of the Interior and
Local Government (SILG);

3.

Breach of Internal Discipline - any offense committed by a member of the


PNP involving minor offense affecting the order and discipline within the police
organization;

4.

Citizens Complaint - a formal charge initiated by a natural or juridical person


or his/its duly authorized representative or guardian on account of an injury,
damage or disturbance sustained as a result of an irregular or illegal act or
omission of a PNP member;

5.

Commission - shall refer to the National Police Commission as constituted


pursuant to Republic Act No. 6975 as amended by RA 8551;

6.

Complaint - a written sworn statement regarding a wrong, grievance or injury


sustained by a person;

7.

Complainant - one who initiates a complaint against a uniformed member of


the PNP, either as complaining witness or as a concerned government agency
or office;

8.

Conduct Unbecoming of a Police Officer - an act or behavior of a Police


Officer, irrespective of rank, done in his official or private capacity which, in
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his character and standing in the PNP in such a manner as to indicate vitiated
or corrupt state of moral character which shows his unworthiness to remain in
the police service;
9.

Decision - the written disposition by the disciplinary authority or appellate body


stating clearly the facts and the law upon which it is based;

10. Disciplinary Authorities - shall refer to the city or municipal mayors; chiefs of
police or equivalent supervisors; provincial directors or equivalent supervisors;
regional directors or equivalent supervisors; Peoples Law Enforcement Board
(PLEB); Chief, PNP; National Police Commission En Banc.
11. Equivalent Supervisors - PNP Officers occupying positions/designations
equivalent to that of Chief of Police, Provincial Director and Regional Director
who are vested with disciplinary authority over personnel of their respective
offices, charged with minor offenses involving breach of internal discipline as
provided under Section 41 (d) of R.A. 6975, as amended;
12. Finality of Decision - there is finality of decision when upon the lapse of ten (10)
days from receipt, or notice of such decision, no motion for reconsideration or
appeal has been filed in accordance with these Rules;
13. Formal Charge - a complaint initiated before any of the disciplinary authorities
or IAS after finding the existence of probable cause;
14. Forum Shopping - the filing of several complaints arising from one and the
same cause of action involving the same parties asking for the same relief with
the different administrative disciplinary authorities, the Internal Affairs Service
and the Office of the Ombudsman; and
15. Jurisdiction - the authority is vested by law to hear and decide a case.
Citizens Complaint
SEC. 1. Where may be filed. - A citizens complaint against any member of the
municipal police station or city police office/station may be filed before the following
disciplinary authorities:
1. Chiefs of Police or Directors of City Police Offices, where the offense is
punishable by withholding of privileges, restriction to specified limits; suspension
or forfeiture of salary; or any combination thereof, for a period not exceeding
fifteen (15) days;

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2. Mayors of Cities and Municipalities, where the offense is punishable by


withholding of privileges; restriction to specified limits; suspension or forfeiture
of salary; or any combination thereof, for a period of not less than sixteen (16)
days but not exceeding thirty (30) days;
3. Peoples Law Enforcement Board (PLEB), where the offense is punishable by
withholding of privileges; restriction to specified limits; suspension or forfeiture
of salary; or any combination thereof, for a period exceeding thirty (30) days;
demotion or by dismissal from the service; and
4. All other citizens complaints against PNP members, who are not assigned in
the municipal station or city police office/station or in areas where no PLEB is
organized, shall be filed with the Provincial or Regional Internal Affairs Service
where the offense was committed; Provided, that the jurisdiction of the summary
dismissal authorities shall not be affected.
Breach of Internal Discipline
SEC. 1. Where shall be filed. A complaint for breach of internal discipline shall be
brought before the following disciplinary authorities:
1. Chief of Police or Equivalent Supervisors, where the imposable penalty is
admonition; reprimand; restriction to specified limits; withholding of privileges;
forfeiture of salary or suspension; or any combination of the foregoing; Provided,
that in all cases, the total period shall not exceed fifteen (15) days;
2. Provincial Directors or Equivalent Supervisors, where imposable penalty is
admonition or reprimand; restrictive custody; withholding of privileges; forfeiture
of salary or suspension; or any combination of the foregoing: Provided, that in
all cases, the total period shall not exceed thirty (30) days;
3. Regional Directors or Equivalent Supervisors have jurisdiction over offenses
punishable by dismissal from the service and those where the imposable
penalties are admonition or reprimand; restrictive custody; withholding of
privileges; suspension or forfeiture of salary; demotion; or any combination of
the fore-going: Provided, that in all cases, the total period shall not exceed sixty
(60) days; and
4. Chief of the PNP has jurisdiction over offenses punishable by dismissal from
the service; demotion; suspension or forfeiture of salary, or any combination
thereof for a period not exceeding one hundred eighty (180) days. The Chief,

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PNP has the authority to place police personnel under restrictive custody during
the pendency of a grave administrative or criminal case against him.
What is happening on the actual administrative proceedings and its
corresponding penalties, including the most common administrative
offenses of PNP member such as:
a. Serious neglect of duty (AWOL);
b. Tardiness (simple neglect of duty);
c. Illegal discharge of firearms (commit any act or omission that constitutes a
crime punishable under Revised penal Code Article 155);
d. Maltreatment or abuse of any prisoner or detained person under his custody
(Grave misconduct); and
e. Less grave neglect of duty (Failed to comply lawful order or instruction of a
superior officer-PNP Badge of Honor).
PRACTICAL EXERCISE
1. The FTO in coordination with Operation Branch will request for an audience
during the conduct of actual summary hearing proceedings.
2. The FTO will accompany the PTs to observe in the venue of the summary
hearing proceedings.
Case Study
a. The FTO will provide a copy of the most common administrative cases
involving PNP members.
b. The FTO will supervise the PTs in the review of a case study on why a
certain PNP member committed one of the most common administrative
offenses or is involved in one.
EXAMINATION
.

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SCENARIO/SITUATION
1. .
Question : ?
Answer

: .)

Question : n?
Answer

: a. s (minimum period);
b. (medium period);
c. (maximum period).

2. .
Question : r?
Answer

: .)

Question : ?
Answer

: a.
; or

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(minimum period);
b. (medium period);
c. (maximum period).
3. .
Question : ?
Answer

: e).

Question : ?
Answer

: a. (minimum period);
b. (medium period);
c. (maximum period).

4.
.
Question : ?
Answer

: de).

Question : ?
Answer

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b. (medium period);
c. (maximum period).
DE-BRIEFING
Critique
1. The FTO will conduct a final evaluation regarding the whole day activity.
2. The FTO will explain the importance of PTs awareness regarding the
administrative cases and its penalties.
3. The FTO will make an after activity report with pictures.
4. The FTO will perform the following:
a. Collect the journal and after observation report.
b. Remind the PTs regarding the Dos and Donts while undergoing training.
c. Remind the PTs to study the lesson for the next day.

My God, my aim and my fulfillment; I am thy yesterday and thou are my


tomorrow. I am they root in the earth and thou art my flower in the sk y, and
together we grow before the face of the sun.
Khalil Gibran

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MODULE III

Basic Laws and PNP Regulations

TARGET AUDIENCE

Police Trainees

DAY

22

VENUE

Station Patrol Division

TIME ALLOTTED

Eight (8) Hours

LEARNING AIDS

Laptop computer, projector, whiteboard and marker


white cartolina

POLICE TRAINEES
REQUIREMENTS

PTs prescribed uniform (Tamang Bihis)


PTs Guide
Notebook/Tickler, Miranda Warning Card
Sheets of paper

TRAINING REFERENCES

STP Guidebook Revised


Penal Code City/Municipal
Ordinances

TRAINING GOAL

TRAINING OBJECTIVES

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The purpose of this block of instruction is to


provide PTs with the knowledge on the application
of the appropriate laws and the PNP Disciplinary
Machineries.
After this block of instruction, the PTs will be able to:

T.O. #1

Discuss and apply their knowledge on Laws and Ordinances at a


given venue;

T.O. #2

Effectively acquire the basic knowledge on localized ordinances;


and

T.O. #3

Identify and discuss the most common incident encountered


while on patrol.

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DAILY TRAINING SCHEDULE


D
A
Y

TIME

4:00
AM

7:00
AM

D AY 2 2

5:00
AM

5:00
AM

7:00
AM

8:00
AM

FTO CHECKLIST
First Call (4:00
AM) Attention
Call (4:05 AM)
Assembly Call
(4:15 AM)
Accounting
(4:20 AM)

INVOCATION
Morning Prayer

Distribution of
Cleaning
Materials
Designation of
AOR
Availability and
Distribution of
Breakfast

PERSONAL NECESSITIES/
CLEANING OF
AOR/BREAKFAS T AOR
Clean-up Personal
hygiene Wearing of
prescribed uniform
Breakfast: Prayer before
meal

Attendance
Sheet
(7:00 AM-7:15
AM) Rank
Inspection
(7:15 AM-7:45
AM)
Defects Noted

FORMATION AND RANK


INSPECTION
Daily Personnel
Accounting Report
Rank Inspection
Tamang Bihis
Proper haircut
Tickler/Ballpen/Hanky
Handcuff
Socks
Buckle
Mustache
Finger nails

Issue
Delinquency
Report

8:00
AM

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Availability of
Subject Matter
Expert (8:00
AM)
o with SME
o without SME

REMARKS
Completed
Not Completed

REVEILLE
Calisthenics/
Warm-up Exercises/
Physical Conditioning
Road Run
Completed
Not Completed

Completed
Not Completed

TOPIC PRESENTATION:
POLICE OPERATIONAL
PROCEDURES
Invocation: Police
Officers Prayer
Introduction
Training Goals
Training Objectives
Definitive of Terms
Activity for the Day

Complet ed
Lecture
Practical
Exercises

o
o

Not Completed
Lecture
Practical
Exercises

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Exercise
9:00
AM

12:00
NN

1:00
PM

1:15
PM

12:00
NN

1:00
PM

Scenario 1

Availability of
Lunch
Mess Kits
Venue for
Lunch

LUNCH BREAK
Prayer before meal

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PM

Not Completed

Attendance
Sheet for roll
call formation

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance in the
Afternoon

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Continuation of CONTINUATION OF
Practical Exercise PRACTICAL EXERCISES
Scenario 2 (Stabbing
Scenario 2
Incident)

EXAMINATION
3:45
PM

Completed

As appropriate
Reason(s):

1:15
PM

3:45
PM

PRACTICAL EXERCISE
Scenario 1 (Robbery
Hold-up)

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Examination
Oral
Written

Completed

Check the
examination

As appropriate
Reason(s):

4:45
PM

5:00
PM

Evaluation
Open Forum
Guidance
Closing
prayer

5:00
PM

6:00
PM

Supervision on
personal
tasking

Not Completed

DEBRIEFING

Completed

Closing Prayer
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

PERSONAL TIME

Completed
Not Completed

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6:00
PM

7:00
PM

Availability of
Dinner
Mess kits
Venue for
Dinner

DINNER TIME
Prayer before meal

Supervision of
study time

STUDY TIME

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed

7:00
PM

9:00
PM

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Attendance
Sheet
Defects Noted
9:00
PM

9:30
PM

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4:00
AM
(next
day)

Issue
Delinquency
Report
Supervision of
TAPS

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance before Time
for All Personnel to Sleep
(TAPS)

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

TIME FOR ALL


PERSONNEL TO SLEEP
(TAPS)

Completed
Not Completed

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BASIC LAWS AND ORDINANCES
Definition of Terms
Laws
1. A rule of conduct or procedure established by custom, agreement, or authority.
2. The body of rules and principles governing the affairs of a community and
enforced by a political authority; a legal system.
3. The condition of social order and justice created by adherence to such a system.
4. A set of rules or principles dealing with a specific area of a legal system.
Ordinance
1. An ordinance is a law enacted by a city/municipal body, such as a city council
or county commission.
2. A law set forth by a governmental authority; specifically:
regulation.

a city/municipal

The FTO will:


1. Discuss the Activity for the Day (to coordinate with the Secretary of the
Sangguniang Panglunsod/Bayan to request a copy of their existing
ordinances and its penalties and likewise to the concerned Chief of Police/
station commander).
2. Tackle the most encountered incident responded by the patrol personnel
such as:
a. Trouble incident in a bar/beerhouse
b. Domestic trouble
c. Drunkards creating trouble or scandal
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e. Bukas-kotse
f. Akyat-bahay
g. Mauling incident
h. Shooting incident
i. Pick pocketing
j.

Bag slashing

k. Robbery hold-up
PRACTICAL EXERCISE
1. .
2. played by the PTs.
3. T the scenario.
SCENARIO 1: Robbery Hold-Up
?
Actions expected to be taken by a police officer:
1..
2. I.
3. :

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a. (Miranda Doctrine)
b. .
c. .
4. .
5. .
6. .
7. .
SCENARIO 2: Stabbing Incident
?
Actions expected to be taken by a police officer:
:
1. .
2. .

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3.

. (Miranda Doctrine).

4.

5.

For Child In Conflict with Law (CICL) cases:


1. .
2.
Note: CICL shall undergo diversion program without undergoing court
proceedings. If the imposable penalty is not more than 6 years the
law enforcement, punong barangay with the social worker shall
conduct mediation, family conciliation and conference with a view to
accomplishing the objectives of restorative justice and the formulation
of a diversion program.
If the imposable penalty for the crime committed exceed six (6)
years imprisonment, diversion measure maybe resorted only by the
court.
Under R.A. 9344 (Juvenile Justice and Welfare Act) 15 years old
below has no criminal liability, but must undergo intervention program
by the social worker (DSWD) and the parents of CICL should take the
civil liability.
DEBRIEFING
Critique
1. The FTO will conduct a final evaluation regarding the whole day activity.
2. The FTO will explain the importance on Police Trainees awareness on the
basic laws and ordinances.
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4. The FTO will perform the following:


a. Collect the Journal and after observation report.
b. Remind the Police Trainees regarding the Dos and Donts while undergoing
training.
c. Remind the Police Trainees to study the lesson for the next day.

To be a mentor you must learn to be quick to listen and be slow to speak .


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MODULE IV

POLICE ASSISTANCE

TARGET AUDIENCE

8-10 Police Trainees

DAY

23

VENUE

As appropriate

TIME ALLOTTED

Eight (8) Hours

LEARNING AIDS

POLICE TRAINEES
REQUIREMENTS

Overhead projector,
address system

projector

screen, public

PTs prescribed uniform (Tamang Bihis)


PTs Guide
Notebook/Tickler, Miranda Warning Card
Sheets of paper

TRAINING REFERENCES

: Revised Philippine National Police, Operational


Procedures (PNP Handbook,
PNPM-DO-DS-3 2-13, December 2013), PNP First
Responders Manual (PNPM-D-0-2-1-00)

TRAINING GOAL

The purpose of this block of instruction is to familiarize


the Police Trainees to undertake appropriate
actions as first responder in accordance with the
POP relative to the different types of common
crimes including security control, securing the crime
scene and preserving evidence, identifying witness
and victims, note taking and call for investigators or
SOCO.

TRAINING OBJECTIVE

After this block of instruction, the PTs will be able to:

T.O. #1

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D
A
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TIME

4:00
AM

7:00
AM

D AY 2 3

5:00
AM

5:00
AM

7:00
AM

8:00
AM

FTO CHECKLIST

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9:00
AM

REMARKS

First Call (4:00


AM) Attention
Call (4:05 AM)
Assembly Call
(4:15 AM)
Accounting
(4:20 AM)

INVOCATION
Morning Prayer

Distribution of
Cleaning
Materials
Designation of
AOR
Availability and
Distribution of
Breakfast

PERSONAL NECESSITIES/
CLEANING OF
AOR/BREAKFAS T AOR
Clean-up Personal
hygiene Wearing of
prescribed uniform
Breakfast: Prayer before
meal

Attendance
Sheet
(7:00 AM-7:15
AM) Rank
Inspection
(7:15 AM-7:45
AM)
Defects Noted

FORMATION AND RANK


INSPECTION
Daily Personnel
Accounting Report
Rank Inspection
Tamang Bihis
Proper haircut
Tickler/Ballpen/Hanky
Handcuff
Socks
Buckle
Mustache
Finger nails

Issue
Delinquency
Report

8:00
AM

ACTIVITIES

Availability of
Subject Matter
Expert (8:00
AM)
o with SME
o without SME

Completed
Not Completed

REVEILLE
Calisthenics/
Warm-up Exercises/
Physical Conditioning
Road Run

TOPIC PRESENTATION:
POLICE OPERATIONAL
PROCEDURES
Invocation: Police
Officers Prayer
Introduction
Training Goals
Training Objectives

FIE L D

Completed
Not Completed

Completed
Not Completed

Complet ed
Lecture
Practical
Exercises

o
o

Not Completed
Lecture
Practical
Exercises

o
o

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Field
Immersion
9:00
AM

12:00
NN

1:00
PM

1:15
PM

12:00
NN

1:00
PM

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Availability of
Lunch
Mess Kits
Venue for
Lunch

LUNCH BREAK

Attendance
Sheet for roll
call formation

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance in the
Afternoon

Continuation of
Field Immersion
Supervision
of Field
Immersion

Completed
Not Completed

Supervision
of Field
Immersion

1:15
PM

3:45
PM

FIELD IMMERSION

Completed

Prayer before meal

Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

CONTINUATION OF
FIELD IMMERSION

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

EXAMINATION
3:45
PM

162

4:45
PM

Examination
Oral
Written
Check the
examination

4:45
PM

5:00
PM

Evaluation
Open Forum
Guidance
Closing
prayer

5:00
PM

6:00
PM

Supervision on
personal
tasking

MODULE IV

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

DEBRIEFING
Closing Prayer

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

PERSONAL TIME

Completed
Not Completed

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6:00
PM

7:00
PM

Availability of
Dinner
Mess kits
Venue for
Dinner

DINNER TIME
Prayer before meal

Supervision of
study time

STUDY TIME

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed

7:00
PM

9:00
PM

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Attendance
Sheet
Defects Noted
9:00
PM

9:30
PM

MODULE IV

9:30
PM

4:00
AM
(next
day)

Issue
Delinquency
Report
Supervision of
TAPS

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance before Time
for All Personnel to Sleep
(TAPS)

TIME FOR ALL


PERSONNEL TO SLEEP
(TAPS)

FIE L D

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed

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TRAINING MANUSCRIPT
POLICE OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES

Pre-Operational Clearance
No police operation shall be conducted without the approval of the Chief/
Commander/Head of the concerned Police Unit/Office. A pre-operational clearance
shall be filed by the Team Leader of the operating team/s prior to the conduct of
the operation and shall be approved by the concerned Police Unit Commander. This
clearance shall be submitted to the Operation Section/Division of the concerned Police
Unit for record purposes.
Inter-Unit Coordination
1. Personal Coordination or by Official Representative
Team Leader/s (TL) of local police units operating outside their territorial
jurisdiction and National Support Units (NSUs) shall coordinate, personally or
through an official representative with the Police RegionalProvincial or City
Police Office within whose jurisdiction the operation is to be conducted.
2. Coordination by Filing Coordination Form
Prior to the launching of the operation, except in cases where the formal
(in writing) inter-unit coordination cannot be made due to the nature and/or
urgency of the situation such as, but not limited to, cross-jurisdictional pursuit
operations, coordination should be made formally by using the prescribed
Coordination form, which shall be filed with the concerned operation center of
the Police Regional, Provincial or City Police Office.
3. Coordination by Practical/Available Means of Communication
In cases where formal inter-unit coordination is not feasible, the Police
Unit concerned shall endeavor to notify the territorial police office through any
practical/available means of communication at any time during the operation
and, if not possible, shall accomplish and furnish the territorial Police Office a
written incident report immediately after the termination of the operation.

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FTOs Note: You will conduct a lecture for 45 minutes on the above topics,
summarize for 15 minutes and prepare the PTs for field immersion
for Six (6) hours and thirty (30) minutes. After deployment, you will
conduct a debriefing on activities conducted for the whole day and
shall ask the PTs about their observations on the activities conducted.
You will require the PTs to study the following topics: Requirements
on Police Operations and Use of Force during Police Operations.

Earths crammed with heaven, And every common bush afire with God, But
only he who sees tak es off his shoes; The rest sit round and pluck black berries.
Elizabeth Barrett Browning

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TRAINING PLAN
MODULE IV

POLICE ASSISTANCE

TARGET AUDIENCE

8-10 Police Trainees

DAY

25

VENUE

As appropriate

TIME ALLOTTED

Eight (8) Hours

LEARNING AIDS

Overhead projector,
address system

projector

screen, public

POLICE TRAINEES
REQUIREMENTS

PTs prescribed uniform (Tamang Bihis)


PTs Guide
Notebook/Tickler, Miranda Warning Card
Sheets of paper

TRAINING REFERENCES

Revised Philippine National Police, Operational


Procedures (PNP Handbook, PNPM-DO-DS-3
2-13, December 2013), PNP First Responders
Manual (PNPM-D-0-2-1-00)

TRAINING GOAL

TRAINING OBJECTIVE
T.O. #1

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The purpose of this block of instruction is to


familiarize the PTs to undertake appropriate actions
as first responder in accordance with POP relative
to the different types of common crimes including
security control, securing the crime scene and
preserving evidence, identifying witness and
victims, note taking and call for investigators or
SOCO.
After this block of instruction, the PTs will be able to:

List/enumerate the appropriate rules on police operational


procedures and its basic requirements relative to patrol operations.

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FTOS NOTE: Check the appropriate boxes or circles indicated in the daily training
schedule.

DAILY TRAINING SCHEDULE


D
A
Y

TIME

4:00
AM

7:00
AM

D AY 2 5

5:00
AM

5:00
AM

7:00
AM

8:00
AM

FTO CHECKLIST

MODULE IV

9:00
AM

REMARKS

First Call (4:00


AM) Attention
Call (4:05 AM)
Assembly Call
(4:15 AM)
Accounting
(4:20 AM)

INVOCATION
Morning Prayer

Distribution of
Cleaning
Materials
Designation of
AOR
Availability and
Distribution of
Breakfast

PERSONAL NECESSITIES/
CLEANING OF
AOR/BREAKFAS T AOR
Clean-up Personal
hygiene Wearing of
prescribed uniform
Breakfast: Prayer before
meal

Attendance
Sheet
(7:00 AM-7:15
AM) Rank
Inspection
(7:15 AM-7:45
AM)
Defects Noted

FORMATION AND RANK


INSPECTION
Daily Personnel
Accounting Report
Rank Inspection
Tamang Bihis
Proper haircut
Tickler/Ballpen/Hanky
Handcuff
Socks
Buckle
Mustache
Finger nails

Issue
Delinquency
Report

8:00
AM

ACTIVITIES

Availability of
Subject Matter
Expert (8:00
AM)
o with SME
o without SME

Completed
Not Completed

REVEILLE
Calisthenics/
Warm-up Exercises/
Physical Conditioning
Road Run

TOPIC PRESENTATION:
POLICE OPERATIONAL
PROCEDURES
Invocation: Police
Officers Prayer
Introduction
Training Goals
Training Objectives

FIE L D

Completed
Not Completed

Completed
Not Completed

Complet ed
Lecture
Practical
Exercises

o
o

Not Completed
Lecture
Practical
Exercises

o
o

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Supervision of
Field Immersion
9:00
AM

12:00
NN

1:00
PM

1:15
PM

FIELD IMMERSION

Not Completed

12:00
NN

1:00
PM

As appropriate
Reason(s):
Availability of
Lunch
Mess Kits
Venue for
Lunch

LUNCH BREAK

Attendance
Sheet for roll
call formation

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance in the
Afternoon

1:15
PM

3:45
PM

Completed

Continuation of
Supervision of
Field Immersion

Completed

Prayer before meal

Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

CONTINUATION OF
FIELD IMMERSION

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

EXAMINATION
3:45
PM

168

4:45
PM

Examination
Oral
Written
Check the
examination

4:45
PM

5:00
PM

Evaluation
Open Forum
Guidance
Closing
prayer

5:00
PM

6:00
PM

Supervision on
personal
tasking

MODULE IV

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

DEBRIEFING
Closing Prayer

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

PERSONAL TIME

Completed
Not Completed

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6:00
PM

7:00
PM

Availability of
Dinner
Mess kits
Venue for
Dinner

DINNER TIME
Prayer before meal

Supervision of
study time

STUDY TIME

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed

7:00
PM

9:00
PM

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Attendance
Sheet
Defects Noted
9:00
PM

9:30
PM

MODULE IV

9:30
PM

4:00
AM
(next
day)

Issue
Delinquency
Report
Supervision of
TAPS

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance before Time
for All Personnel to Sleep
(TAPS)

TIME FOR ALL


PERSONNEL TO SLEEP
(TAPS)

FIE L D

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed

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PROG R A M

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TRAINING MANUSCRIPT
POLICE OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES

INTRODUCTION
The Philippine National Police is mandated to enforce the law, prevent and control
crimes, maintain peace and order and ensure public safety with the active support of
the community.
The patrol elements, composed of foot and mobile patrols, are the most ubiquitous
members of the force and are synonymous to police presence. They are the ones
who always arrive first at the scene of the crime in response to calls requiring police
assistance. Being the First Responders, it is imperative that Patrol Officers are able
to identify the relations of law, bring criminals to justice, collect and preserve pieces of
evidence, and assist in the prosecution of offenders.
As First Responders, Patrol Officers and other members of the force who respond
to the scene of a disaster or other emergency should be guided on what to do or how
to do it when faced by specific situations.
Requirements of Police Operations
1. Basic Requirements
Police operations like arrest, search and seizure, checkpoint, road blocks,
demolition and civil disturbance management shall be conducted as follows:
a. With a marked police vehicle;
b. Lead by a Police Commissioned Officer (PCO); and
c. With personnel in prescribed police uniform or attire.
2. Use of Megaphones and Similar Instruments
During actual police intervention operations, the Team Leader shall
use peaceful means including the use of megaphones or any other similar
instruments to warn or influence the offender/s or suspect/s to stop and/or
peacefully give up.

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3. Warning Shots Prohibited


The police shall not use warning shots during police intervention operations.
Use of Force During Police Operations
1. Use of Excessive Force Prohibited
The excessive use of force during police operation is prohibited. However,
in the lawful performance of duty, a Police Officer may use necessary force to
accomplish his mandated tasks of enforcing the law and maintaining peace
and order.
2. Issuance of Verbal Warning
The Police Officer must first issue a verbal warning before he could use
force against an offender. As far as practicable, the verbal warning shall be in
the dialect that is known to the offender or in the national language. Basically
the verbal warning shall consist of the following: the Police Officer identifying
himself; his intention; and what he wants the offender to do. If the offender is a
foreigner, the verbal warning shall be done in the English language followed by
a demonstrative act of the Police Officers intent. The verbal warning shall be
done in a loud and clear manner.
3. Non-Issuance of Verbal Warning When Excusable
The failure to issue a verbal warning is excusable in cases where threat to
life or property is already imminent and there is no other option but to use force
to subdue the offender.
4. Use of Non-Lethal Weapon
When the suspect is violent or threatening, and that less physical measures
have been tried and deemed inappropriate, a more extreme, but non-deadly
measure can be used such as baton/truncheon, pepper spray, stun gun, and
other non-lethal weapon to bring the suspect under control, or effect an arrest.
5. Application of Necessary and Reasonable Force
During confrontation with an armed offender, only such necessary and
reasonable force should be applied as would be sufficient to overcome the
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by him; or to justify the force/act under the principles of self-defense, defense of


relative or defense of stranger.
6. Factors to Consider in the Reasonableness of the Force Employed
A Police Officer, however, is not required to afford offender/s attacking him
the opportunity for a fair or equal struggle. The reasonableness of the force
employed will depend upon the number of aggressors, nature and characteristics
of the weapon used, physical conditions, size and other circumstances to
include the place and occasion of the assault. The Police Officer is given the
sound discretion to consider these factors in employing reasonable force.
7. Responsibility of the Police Officer in Charge of the Operation
The Police Officer who is in charge of the operation shall, at all times,
exercise control over all police personnel in the area of operation, and shall
exhaust all possible means to apply the necessary and reasonable force to
protect lives and properties during armed confrontation.
FTOs Note: You will conduct lecture for 45 minutes on the above topics, summarize
for 15 minutes and prepare the PTs for Field Immersion for 6 hours
and 30 minutes. After deployment, you will conduct debriefing on
activities conducted for the whole day and ask the PTs about their
observations on the activities conducted. You will require the PTs to
study the following topic: Use of Firearm during Police Operation.

He who denies the existence of God,


has some reason for wishing that God did not exist.
Augustine of Hippo

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TRAINING PLAN
MODULE IV

POLICE ASSISTANCE

TARGET AUDIENCE

8-10 Police Trainees

DAY

26

VENUE

As appropriate

TIME ALLOTTED

Eight (8) Hours

LEARNING AIDS

Overhead projector,
address system

projector

screen, public

POLICE TRAINEES
REQUIREMENTS

PTs prescribed uniform (Tamang Bihis)


PTs Guide
Notebook/Tickler, Miranda Warning Card
Sheets of paper

TRAINING REFERENCES

Revised Philippine National Police, Operational


Procedures (PNP Handbook, PNPM-DO-DS-3
2-13, December 2013), PNP First Responders
Manual (PNPM-D-0-2-1-00)

TRAINING GOAL

TRAINING OBJECTIVE
T.O. #1

MODULE IV

The purpose of this block of instruction is to


familiarize the PTs to undertake appropriate actions
as first responder in accordance with the POP
relative to the different types of common crimes
including security control, securing the crime scene
and preserving evidence, identifying witness and
victims, note taking and call for investigators or
SOCO.
After this block of instruction, the PTs will be able to:

List/enumerate the appropriate rules on police operational


procedures and its basic requirements relative to patrol operations.

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TRA I NI N G

PROG R A M

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FTOS NOTE: Check the appropriate boxes or circles indicated in the daily training
schedule.

DAILY TRAINING SCHEDULE


D
A
Y

TIME

4:00
AM

7:00
AM

D AY 2 6

5:00
AM

5:00
AM

7:00
AM

8:00
AM

FTO CHECKLIST
First Call (4:00
AM) Attention
Call (4:05 AM)
Assembly Call
(4:15 AM)
Accounting
(4:20 AM)

INVOCATION
Morning Prayer

Distribution of
Cleaning
Materials
Designation of
AOR
Availability and
Distribution of
Breakfast

PERSONAL NECESSITIES/
CLEANING OF
AOR/BREAKFAS T AOR
Clean-up Personal
hygiene Wearing of
prescribed uniform
Breakfast: Prayer before
meal

Attendance
Sheet
(7:00 AM-7:15
AM) Rank
Inspection
(7:15 AM-7:45
AM)
Defects Noted

FORMATION AND RANK


INSPECTION
Daily Personnel
Accounting Report
Rank Inspection
Tamang Bihis
Proper haircut
Tickler/Ballpen/Hanky
Handcuff
Socks
Buckle
Mustache
Finger nails

Issue
Delinquency
Report

8:00
AM

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9:00
AM

ACTIVITIES

Availability of
Subject Matter
Expert (8:00
AM)
o with SME
o without SME

REMARKS
Completed
Not Completed

REVEILLE
Calisthenics/
Warm-up Exercises/
Physical Conditioning
Road Run
Completed
Not Completed

Completed
Not Completed

TOPIC PRESENTATION:
POLICE OPERATIONAL
PROCEDURES
Invocation: Police
Officers Prayer
Introduction
Training Goals
Training Objectives

Complet ed
Lecture
Practical
Exercises

o
o

Not Completed
Lecture
Practical
Exercises

o
o

FIE L D

TRA I NI N G

PROG R A M

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Supervision of
Field Immersion
9:00
AM

12:00
NN

1:00
PM

1:15
PM

FIELD IMMERSION

Completed
Not Completed

12:00
NN

1:00
PM

As appropriate
Reason(s):
Availability of
Lunch
Mess Kits
Venue for
Lunch

LUNCH BREAK

Attendance
Sheet for roll
call formation

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance in the
Afternoon

1:15
PM

3:45
PM

Continuation of
Supervision of
Field Immersion

Completed

Prayer before meal

Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

CONTINUATION OF
FIELD IMMERSION

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

EXAMINATION
3:45
PM

MODULE IV

4:45
PM

Completed

Examination
Oral
Written
Check the
examination

4:45
PM

5:00
PM

Evaluation
Open Forum
Guidance
Closing
prayer

5:00
PM

6:00
PM

Supervision on
personal
tasking

Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):
DEBRIEFING
Closing Prayer

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

PERSONAL TIME

Completed
Not Completed

FIE L D

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6:00
PM

7:00
PM

Availability of
Dinner
Mess kits
Venue for
Dinner

DINNER TIME
Prayer before meal

Supervision of
study time

STUDY TIME

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed

7:00
PM

9:00
PM

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Attendance
Sheet
Defects Noted
9:00
PM

9:30
PM

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9:30
PM

4:00
AM
(next
day)

Issue
Delinquency
Report
Supervision of
TAPS

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance before Time
for All Personnel to Sleep
(TAPS)

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

TIME FOR ALL


PERSONNEL TO SLEEP
(TAPS)

Completed
Not Completed

FIE L D

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Module IV
TRAINING MANUSCRIPT
POLICE OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES

INTRODUCTION
The Philippine National Police is mandated to enforce the law, prevent and control
crimes, maintain peace and order and ensure public safety with the active support of
the community.
The patrol elements composed of foot and mobile patrols are the most ubiquitous
members of the force and are synonymous to police presence. They are the ones
who always arrive first at the scene of the crime in response to calls requiring police
assistance. Being the First Responders, it is imperative that Patrol Officers are able
to identify the relations of law, bring criminals to justice, collect and preserve pieces of
evidence, and assist in the prosecution of offenders.
As First Responders, Patrol Officers and other members of the force who respond
to the scene of a disaster or other emergency should be guided on what to do or how
to do it when faced by specific situations.
Use of Firearm During Police Operation
1. Use of Firearm When Justified
The use of firearm is justified if the offender poses imminent danger of
causing death or injury to the Police Officer or other persons. The use of firearm
is also justified under the doctrines of self-defense, defense of a relative, and
defense of a stranger. However, one who resorts to self-defense must face
a real threat on his life, and the peril sought to be avoided must be actual,
imminent and real. Unlawful aggression should be present for self-defense to
be considered as a justifying circumstance.
2. Firing at Moving Vehicles Prohibited but with Exceptions
A moving vehicle shall not be fired upon except when its occupants pose
imminent danger of causing death or injury to the Police Officer or any other
person, and that the use of firearms does not create a danger to the public and
outweighs the likely benefits of its non-use.

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3. Parameters to be Considered in Firing at Moving Vehicles


In firing at a moving vehicle, the following parameters should be considered:
a. The intent of the suspect/s to harm the Police Officer or other persons;
b. The capability of the suspect/s to harm with certainty the Police Officer
or other persons; and
c. Accessibility or the proximity of the suspect/s from the Police Officer and
other persons.
4. Filing of an Incident Report After the Use of Firearms
A Police Officer who fires his service firearms or weapon during a
confrontation with an offender or offenders must submit an incident report
outlining the circumstances necessitating the use of his firearm.
5. Procedures After an Armed Confrontation
Immediately after an armed confrontation, the officer who is in charge of the
operation shall:
a. Secure the site of the confrontation;
b. Take photographs;
c. Check whether the situation poses imminent danger;
d. Evaluate the wounded to the nearest hospital;
e. Ensure that all persons who died on the spot are not moved from their
original position;
f. Arrested suspects should be kept in isolation;
g. Conduct debriefing on all involved PNP operatives;
h. Submit After-Operation Report; and
i. Ensure psychological stress counseling for all involved PNP operatives.

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FTOs Note: You will conduct lecture for 45 minutes on the above topics, summarize
for 15 minutes and prepare the PTs for Field Immersion for 6 hours
and 30 minutes. After deployment, you will conduct debriefing on
activities conducted for the whole day and shall asked the PTs about
their observations on the activities conducted. You will require the
PTs to study the following topic: Task of the First Responders.

Everything that God puts in our life is a lesson, even the bad experiences.
Learn from them, adjust your direction, grow and move on.
Claudia McCants

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TRAINING PLAN
MODULE IV

POLICE ASSISTANCE

TARGET AUDIENCE

8-10 Police Trainees

DAY

27

VENUE

As appropriate

TIME ALLOTTED

Eight (8) Hours

LEARNING AIDS

Overhead projector,
address system

projector

screen, public

POLICE TRAINEES
REQUIREMENTS

PTs prescribed uniform (Tamang Bihis)


PTs Guide
Notebook/Tickler, Miranda Warning Card
Sheets of paper

TRAINING REFERENCES

Revised Philippine National Police, Operational


Procedures (PNP Handbook, PNPM-DO-DS-3
2-13, December 2013), PNP First Responders
Manual (PNPM-D-0-2-1-00)

TRAINING GOAL

TRAINING OBJECTIVE
T.O. #1

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The purpose of this block of instruction is to


familiarize the PTs to undertake appropriate actions
as first responder in accordance with the POP
relative to the different types of common crimes
including security control, securing the crime scene
and preserving evidence, identifying witness and
victims, note taking and call for investigators or
SOCO.
After this block of instruction, the PTs will be able to:

Enumerate and demonstrate the proper procedures in the conduct


of police response to a given situation as First Responders.

FIE L D

TRA I NI N G

PROG R A M

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on Patrol Phase

FTOS NOTE: Check the appropriate boxes or circles indicated in the daily training
schedule.

DAILY TRAINING SCHEDULE


D
A
Y

TIME

4:00
AM

7:00
AM

D AY 2 7

5:00
AM

5:00
AM

7:00
AM

8:00
AM

FTO CHECKLIST

MODULE IV

9:00
AM

REMARKS

First Call (4:00


AM) Attention
Call (4:05 AM)
Assembly Call
(4:15 AM)
Accounting
(4:20 AM)

INVOCATION
Morning Prayer

Distribution of
Cleaning
Materials
Designation of
AOR
Availability and
Distribution of
Breakfast

PERSONAL NECESSITIES/
CLEANING OF
AOR/BREAKFAS T AOR
Clean-up Personal
hygiene Wearing of
prescribed uniform
Breakfast: Prayer before
meal

Attendance
Sheet
(7:00 AM-7:15
AM) Rank
Inspection
(7:15 AM-7:45
AM)
Defects Noted

FORMATION AND RANK


INSPECTION
Daily Personnel
Accounting Report
Rank Inspection
Tamang Bihis
Proper haircut
Tickler/Ballpen/Hanky
Handcuff
Socks
Buckle
Mustache
Finger nails

Issue
Delinquency
Report

8:00
AM

ACTIVITIES

Availability of
Subject Matter
Expert (8:00
AM)
o with SME
o without SME

Completed
Not Completed

REVEILLE
Calisthenics/
Warm-up Exercises/
Physical Conditioning
Road Run

TOPIC PRESENTATION:
FIRST RESPONDER ON
VEHICLE/TRAFFI C
ACCIDENT
Invocation: Police
Officers Prayer
Introduction
Training Goals
Training Objectives

FIE L D

Completed
Not Completed

Completed
Not Completed

Complet ed
Lecture
Practical
Exercises

o
o

Not Completed
Lecture
Practical
Exercises

o
o

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Practical
Exercise
9:00
AM

12:00
NN

1:00
PM

1:15
PM

12:00
NN

1:00
PM

Completed
Not Completed

Scenario

As appropriate
Reason(s):
Availability of
Lunch
Mess Kits
Venue for
Lunch

LUNCH BREAK

Attendance
Sheet for roll
call formation

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance in the
Afternoon

1:15
PM

3:45
PM

PRACTICAL EXERCISE
Scenario

Continuation of
Practical Exercise
Scenario

Completed

Prayer before meal

Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

CONTINUATION OF
PRACTICAL EXERCISE

Completed
Not Completed

Scenario

As appropriate
Reason(s):
EXAMINATION

3:45
PM

182

4:45
PM

Examination
Oral
Written
Check the
examination

4:45
PM

5:00
PM

Evaluation
Open Forum
Guidance
Closing
prayer

5:00
PM

6:00
PM

Supervision on
personal
tasking

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Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

DEBRIEFING
Closing Prayer

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

PERSONAL TIME

Completed
Not Completed

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6:00
PM

7:00
PM

Availability of
Dinner
Mess kits
Venue for
Dinner

DINNER TIME
Prayer before meal

Supervision of
study time

STUDY TIME

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed

7:00
PM

9:00
PM

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Attendance
Sheet
Defects Noted
9:00
PM

9:30
PM

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PM

4:00
AM
(next
day)

Issue
Delinquency
Report
Supervision of
TAPS

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance before Time
for All Personnel to Sleep
(TAPS)

TIME FOR ALL


PERSONNEL TO SLEEP
(TAPS)

FIE L D

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed

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TRAINING MANUSCRIPT
FIRST RESPONDER ON VEHICLE /T RAF F IC ACCIDENT

INTRODUCTION
The Philippine National Police is mandated to enforce the law, prevent and control
crimes, maintain peace and order and ensure public safety with the active support of
the community.
The patrol elements, composed of foot and mobile patrols, are the most ubiquitous
members of the force and are synonymous to police presence. They are the ones
who always arrive first at the scene of the crime in response to calls requiring police
assistance. Being the First Responders, it is imperative that Patrol Officers are able
to identify the relations of law, bring criminals to justice, collect and preserve pieces of
evidence, and assist in the prosecution of offenders.
As First Responders, Patrol Officers and other members of the force who respond
to the scene of a disaster or other emergency should be guided on what to do or how
to do it when faced by specific situations.
Definition of Terms
1. First Responder the first person to arrive and respond at the crime scene.
2. Crime Scene the place where the crime occurred to include its immediate
surroundings.
3. Physical Evidence are the pieces of evidence to a particular crime tending to
prove the guilt or innocence of an individual.
4. Forensic Evidence these are physical evidence of a crime which are commonly
found within the crime scene and subject for forensic laboratory examination.
Tasks of the First Responder
1. Proceed to the crime scene to validate information;
2. Record the exact time of arrival and all pertinent data regarding the incident
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and notify TOC;


3. Self-preservation;
4. Cordon the crime scene;
5. Check whether the situation still posses imminent danger and call for back-up,
if necessary;
6. Evacuate injured person/s;
7. Identify possible witnesses and conduct preliminary interview & ensure their
availability for the incoming investigator-on-case;
8. Arrest suspects/s if around or when suspect/s is/are fleeing, make appropriate
notification for danger & dragnet operations;
9. Take dying declaration of severely injured persons when;
a. Death is imminent and declarant is conscious of that fact;
b. Declaration refers to the cause & surrounding circumstances of such
death;
c. Declaration relates to facts which the victim is competent to testify; and
d. Declaration is offered in a case wherein the declarants death is the subject
of inquiry.
10. Prevent entry/exit of person/s within the cordoned area;
11. Account/note for the killed, wounded and arrested persons for proper disposition;
12. Briefs and assist the investigator-on-case upon arrival and turn-over the crime
scene;
13. Conducts inventory on the evidence noted at the crime scene; inventory receipt
should be properly signed by the first responder. SOCO Team Leader and the
investigator-on-case; and
14. Attend to court duty.

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SCENARIO
?
Rules/Procedures on Scenarios:
1. .
2. .
3. Critique after the role playing.
FTOs Note: You will conduct lecture for 45 minutes on the above topics, summarize
for 15 minutes and prepare the PTs for the conduct of practical
exercises on the above scenario for 2 hours and field immersion for 4
hours and 30 minutes. After deployment, you will conduct debriefing
on activities conducted for the whole day and shall asked the PTs
about their observations on the activities conducted.

PROCEDURES IN HANDLING VEHICULAR/TRAFFIC ACCIDENT


1. Upon arrival at the scene:
a. Secure the scene.
b. Request for ambulance - evacuate injured to nearest hospital without delay.
Summon assistance from civilians, if necessary.
c. Notify the following:
(1) Higher Headquarters;
(2) Traffic accident investigators;
(3) In case of Hit-and-Run, alert units for dragnet operations; and

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(4) Obtain description of motor vehicle involved (Plate No./type/color).


2. Keep accident from getting worse:
a. Prevent/ extinguish fire as a result of accident;
b. Direct and control traffic at the scene;
c. Ensure that vehicles are not pilfered and injured persons are not robbed;
and
d. Move vehicles to ease traffic flow, if necessary. Mark positions of vehicles
before doing so. Photograph/take pictures of Motor Vehicle (MV) positions.
3. Get the facts (If traffic investigators have not yet arrived)
a. Where accident took place?
b. When did it happen?
c. Who were the drivers, injured persons, vehicle owners and witnesses?
d. What vehicles, objects were involved?
e. How severe the accident was?
f. Question drivers and witnesses
g. Road and weather condition
h. Condition of vehicles
i. Condition of drivers
j.

Investigate for hit-and-run incident

k. Road signs about how the accident happened


l.

Vehicle signs about how accident happened

m. Analyze data to discover cause of accident


4. Turn-over the case to responding traffic investigators, including initial findings;
and
5. Prepare to appear in court as witness.

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SCENARIO
?
Rules/Procedures on Scenarios:
1. PTs.
2. .
3. Critique after the role playing.
FTOs Note: You will conduct lecture for 45 minutes on the above topics,
summarize for 15 minutes and prepare the PTs for the conduct
of practical exercises on the above scenario for 2 hours and field
immersion for 4 hours and 30 minutes. After deployment, you will
conduct debriefing on activities conducted for the whole day and ask
the PTs about their observations on the activities conducted. You
will require the PTs to study the following topic: Procedures on How
to Respond to Murder/Homicide.

A paradox is something which tests your spiritual eyesight.


John Bailey

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TRAINING PLAN
MODULE IV

Police Assistance

TARGET AUDIENCE

8-10 Police Trainee

DAY

28

VENUE

As appropriate

TIME ALLOTTED

Eight (8) Hours

LEARNING AIDS

Overhead projector,
address system

projector

screen, public

POLICE TRAINEES
REQUIREMENTS

PTs prescribed uniform (Tamang Bihis)


PTs Guide
Notebook/Tickler, Miranda Warning Card
Sheets of paper

TRAINING REFERENCES

Revised Philippine National Police, Operational


Procedures (PNP Handbook, PNPM-DO-DS-3
2-13, December 2013), PNP First Responders
Manual (PNPM-D-0-2-1-00)

TRAINING GOAL

TRAINING OBJECTIVE
T.O. #1

MODULE IV

The purpose of this block of instruction is to


familiarize the PTs to undertake appropriate actions
as first responder in accordance with the POP
relative to the different types of common crimes
including security control, securing the crime scene
and preserving evidence, identifying witness and
victims, note taking and call for investigators or
SOCO.
After this block of instruction, the PTs will be able to:

Enumerate and demonstrate the proper procedures in the conduct


of police response to a given situation as First Responders.

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FTOS NOTE: Check the appropriate boxes or circles indicated in the daily training
schedule.

DAILY TRAINING SCHEDULE


D
A
Y

TIME

4:00
AM

7:00
AM

D AY 2 8

5:00
AM

5:00
AM

7:00
AM

8:00
AM

FTO CHECKLIST
First Call (4:00
AM) Attention
Call (4:05 AM)
Assembly Call
(4:15 AM)
Accounting
(4:20 AM)

INVOCATION
Morning Prayer

Distribution of
Cleaning
Materials
Designation of
AOR
Availability and
Distribution of
Breakfast

PERSONAL NECESSITIES/
CLEANING OF
AOR/BREAKFAS T AOR
Clean-up Personal
hygiene Wearing of
prescribed uniform
Breakfast: Prayer before
meal

Attendance
Sheet
(7:00 AM-7:15
AM) Rank
Inspection
(7:15 AM-7:45
AM)
Defects Noted

FORMATION AND RANK


INSPECTION
Daily Personnel
Accounting Report
Rank Inspection
Tamang Bihis
Proper haircut
Tickler/Ballpen/Hanky
Handcuff
Socks
Buckle
Mustache
Finger nails

Issue
Delinquency
Report

8:00
AM

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AM

ACTIVITIES

Availability of
Subject Matter
Expert (8:00
AM)
o with SME
o without SME

REMARKS
Completed
Not Completed

REVEILLE
Calisthenics/
Warm-up Exercises/
Physical Conditioning
Road Run
Completed
Not Completed

Completed
Not Completed

TOPIC PRESENTATION:
FIRST RESPONDER ON
MURDER/HOMI CIDE
Invocation: Police
Officers Prayer
Introduction
Training Goals
Training Objectives

Complet ed
Lecture
Practical
Exercises

o
o

Not Completed
Lecture
Practical
Exercises

o
o

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Practical
Exercise
9:00
AM

12:00
NN

1:00
PM

1:15
PM

12:00
NN

1:00
PM

As appropriate
Reason(s):
Availability of
Lunch
Mess Kits
Venue for
Lunch

LUNCH BREAK

Attendance
Sheet for roll
call formation

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance in the
Afternoon

Continuation of
Practical Exercise
Scenario

Completed

Prayer before meal

Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

CONTINUATION OF
PRACTICAL EXERCISE

MODULE IV

4:45
PM

Completed
Not Completed

Scenario

As appropriate
Reason(s):
EXAMINATION

3:45
PM

Completed
Not Completed

Scenario

1:15
PM

3:45
PM

PRACTICAL EXERCISE
Scenario

Completed

Examination
Oral
Written
Check the
examination

4:45
PM

5:00
PM

Evaluation
Open Forum
Guidance
Closing
prayer

5:00
PM

6:00
PM

Supervision on
personal
tasking

Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):
DEBRIEFING
Closing Prayer

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

PERSONAL TIME

Completed
Not Completed

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6:00
PM

7:00
PM

Availability of
Dinner
Mess kits
Venue for
Dinner

DINNER TIME
Prayer before meal

Supervision of
study time

STUDY TIME

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed

7:00
PM

9:00
PM

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Attendance
Sheet
Defects Noted
9:00
PM

9:30
PM

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PM

4:00
AM
(next
day)

Issue
Delinquency
Report
Supervision of
TAPS

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance before Time
for All Personnel to Sleep
(TAPS)

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

TIME FOR ALL


PERSONNEL TO SLEEP
(TAPS)

Completed
Not Completed

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TRAINING MANUSCRIPT
FIRST RESPONDER ON MURDER/HOMICIDE
INTRODUCTION
The Philippine National Police is mandated to enforce the law, prevent and control
crimes, maintain peace and order and ensure public safety with the active support of
the community.
The patrol elements composed of foot and mobile patrols are the most ubiquitous
members of the force and are synonymous to police presence. They are the ones
who always arrive first at the scene of the crime in response to calls requiring police
assistance. Being the First Responders, it is imperative that Patrol Officers are able
to identify the relations of law, bring criminals to justice, collect and preserve pieces of
evidence, and assist in the prosecution of offenders.
As First Responders, Patrol Officers and other members of the force who respond
to the scene of a disaster or other emergency should be guided on what to do or how
to do it when faced by specific situations.
Murder/Homicide
1. Crime reported:
a. Date and time of complaint;
b. Name of complainant;
c. Other details (5 Ws & 1 H: WHO, WHAT, WHERE, WHEN, WHY, HOW;
d. Record the weather condition;
e. Alert units for dragnet operations; and
f. Notify higher Headquarters.
2. Upon arrival at the scene:
a. Record date and time of arrival;
b. Observe and record general condition, including weather;

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c. Determine if suspects are still in the crime scene;


d. Secure the crime scene with rope/Police line;
e. Identify probable witnesses and remove them from the crime scene;
f. Note names of persons at the crime scene. They are potential witnesses;
g. Take notes and sketches; and
h. Photograph crime scene.
3. Suspects still at the crime scene:
a. Take cover and size up the situation;
b. Determine probable location of the suspects within the structure;
c. Identify and arrest the suspect/s if possible;
d. Seal off all possible escape routes;
e. Inform higher Headquarters and request for reinforcement, if necessary;
f. Alert all units of possible escape of suspects; and
g. Persuade suspects to surrender.
4. If suspects have already fled:
a. Evacuate casualty to nearest hospitals;
b. Notify higher Headquarters;
c. Conduct pursuit operations, if necessary;
d. Raise alarm for dragnet operations;
e. Protect & preserve crime scene;
f. Summon police assistance;
g. Obtain description of getaway vehicle, if any (Make, type, model, etc.); and
h. Take notes & statement of witnesses (Before, during and after commission
of the crime).
5. Turn-over case to responding Investigators and assist them.

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6. Case Information Checklist


a. General Data
(1) Victims name, address, phone number
(2) Complainants address, phone number
(3) Where did the incident occur?
(4) Date & time it was reported
(5) To whom was it reported?
b. Crime
(1) Article of RPC violated
(2) Term for the offense
(3) Give summary of incident
c. How the victim was attacked:
(1) Method used
(2) Date & hour of entry
(3) Point and manner of entry
d. Means of attack (tools, weapons, instrument)
e. Time of Attack (time, event, etc.)
f. Object of attack:
(1) Property taken
(a) Complete list
(b) Detailed description
(c) Mark or means of identification
(d) Value
(2) Other Motive of the crime

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g. Suspects description
(1) Personal data
(2) Any speech peculiarities
(3) Mannerism
(4) Mark and scars
(5) Teeth
(6) Dress habit
h. Getaway Vehicle (Make, body style/mark,
peculiarities, plate number)

color, year model, any

i. Other Details
(1) Evidence gathered at the crime scene (Fingerprints, tire prints, etc.)
(2) Witnesses and their addresses.
(3) Find out if there were attempts to destroy evidence to conceal the crime/
offense.
(4) Gather evidence to determine the method and route of exit and flight.
SCENARIO
?
Rules/Procedures on Scenarios:
1. PTs.
2. .
3. Critique after the role playing.

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FTOs Note: You will conduct lecture for 45 minutes on the above topics,
summarize for 15 minutes and prepare the PTs for the conduct
of practical exercises on the above scenario for 2 hours and field
immersion for 4 hours and 30 minutes. After deployment, you will
conduct debriefing on activities conducted for the whole day and ask
the PTs about their observations on the activities conducted. You
will require the PTs to study the following topic: Procedures on How
to Respond to Robbery/Hold-Up.

As I stood behind you, I sensed that God was telling me to pay


for your groceries, so I did. Simple as that.
Clare De Graaf

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TRAINING PLAN
MODULE IV

POLICE ASSISTANCE

TARGET AUDIENCE

8-10 Police Trainee

DAY

29

VENUE

As appropriate

TIME ALLOTTED

Eight (8) Hours

LEARNING AIDS

Overhead projector,
address system

projector

screen, public

POLICE TRAINEES
REQUIREMENTS

PTs prescribed uniform (Tamang Bihis)


PTs Guide
Notebook/Tickler, Miranda Warning Card
Sheets of paper

TRAINING REFERENCES

Revised Philippine National Police, Operational


Procedures (PNP Handbook, PNPM-DO-DS-3
2-13, December 2013), PNP First Responders
Manual (PNPM-D-0-2-1-00)

TRAINING GOAL

TRAINING OBJECTIVE
T.O. #1

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The purpose of this block of instruction is to


familiarize the PTs to undertake appropriate actions
as first responder in accordance with the POP
relative to the different types of common crimes
including security control, securing the crime scene
and preserving evidence, identifying witness and
victims, note taking and call for investigators or
SOCO.
After this block of instruction, the PTs will be able to:

Enumerate and demonstrate the proper procedures in the conduct


of police response to a given situation as First Responders.

FIE L D

TRA I NI N G

PROG R A M

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on Patrol Phase

FTOS NOTE: Check the appropriate boxes or circles indicated in the daily training
schedule.

DAILY TRAINING SCHEDULE


D
A
Y

TIME

4:00
AM

7:00
AM

D AY 2 9

5:00
AM

5:00
AM

7:00
AM

8:00
AM

FTO CHECKLIST

MODULE IV

9:00
AM

REMARKS

First Call (4:00


AM) Attention
Call (4:05 AM)
Assembly Call
(4:15 AM)
Accounting
(4:20 AM)

INVOCATION
Morning Prayer

Distribution of
Cleaning
Materials
Designation of
AOR
Availability and
Distribution of
Breakfast

PERSONAL NECESSITIES/
CLEANING OF
AOR/BREAKFAS T AOR
Clean-up Personal
hygiene Wearing of
prescribed uniform
Breakfast: Prayer before
meal

Attendance
Sheet
(7:00 AM-7:15
AM) Rank
Inspection
(7:15 AM-7:45
AM)
Defects Noted

FORMATION AND RANK


INSPECTION
Daily Personnel
Accounting Report
Rank Inspection
Tamang Bihis
Proper haircut
Tickler/Ballpen/Hanky
Handcuff
Socks
Buckle
Mustache
Finger nails

Issue
Delinquency
Report

8:00
AM

ACTIVITIES

Availability of
Subject Matter
Expert (8:00
AM)
o with SME
o without SME

Completed
Not Completed

REVEILLE
Calisthenics/
Warm-up Exercises/
Physical Conditioning
Road Run

TOPIC PRESENTATION:
FIRST RESPONDER ON
ROBBERY/ HOLD-UP
Invocation: Police
Officers Prayer
Introduction
Training Goals
Training Objectives

FIE L D

Completed
Not Completed

Completed
Not Completed

Complet ed
Lecture
Practical
Exercises

o
o

Not Completed
Lecture
Practical
Exercises

o
o

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Practical
Exercise
9:00
AM

12:00
NN

1:00
PM

1:15
PM

12:00
NN

1:00
PM

Completed
Not Completed

Scenario

As appropriate
Reason(s):
Availability of
Lunch
Mess Kits
Venue for
Lunch

LUNCH BREAK

Attendance
Sheet for roll
call formation

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance in the
Afternoon

1:15
PM

3:45
PM

PRACTICAL EXERCISE
Scenario (Robbery hold up)

Continuation of
Practical Exercise
Scenario

Completed

Prayer before meal

Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

CONTINUATION OF
PRACTICAL EXERCISE

Completed
Not Completed

Scenario

As appropriate
Reason(s):
EXAMINATION

3:45
PM

200

4:45
PM

Examination
Oral
Written
Check the
examination

4:45
PM

5:00
PM

Evaluation
Open Forum
Guidance
Closing
prayer

5:00
PM

6:00
PM

Supervision on
personal
tasking

MODULE IV

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

DEBRIEFING
Closing Prayer

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

PERSONAL TIME

Completed
Not Completed

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6:00
PM

7:00
PM

Availability of
Dinner
Mess kits
Venue for
Dinner

DINNER TIME
Prayer before meal

Supervision of
study time

STUDY TIME

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed

7:00
PM

9:00
PM

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Attendance
Sheet
Defects Noted
9:00
PM

9:30
PM

MODULE IV

9:30
PM

4:00
AM
(next
day)

Issue
Delinquency
Report
Supervision of
TAPS

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance before Time
for All Personnel to Sleep
(TAPS)

TIME FOR ALL


PERSONNEL TO SLEEP
(TAPS)

FIE L D

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed

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TRAINING MANUSCRIPT
FIRST RESPONDER ON ROBBERY/HOLD-UP

INTRODUCTION
The Philippine National Police is mandated to enforce the law, prevent and control
crimes, maintain peace and order and ensure public safety with the active support of
the community.
The patrol elements composed of foot and mobile patrols are the most ubiquitous
members of the force and are synonymous to police presence. They are the ones
who always arrive first at the scene of the crime in response to calls requiring police
assistance. Being the First Responders, it is imperative that Patrol Officers are able
to identify the relations of law, bring criminals to justice, collect and preserve pieces of
evidence, and assist in the prosecution of offenders.
As First Responders, Patrol Officers and other members of the force who respond
to the scene of a disaster or other emergency should be guided on what to do or how
to do it when faced by specific situations.
Robbery/Hold-Up
1. Crime reported:
a. Date and time of complaint;
b. Name of complainant;
c. Other details (5 Ws & 1 H: WHO, WHAT, WHERE, WHEN, WHY, HOW);
d. Record the weather condition;
e. Alert units for dragnet operations; and
f. Notify higher Headquarters.
2. Upon arrival at the scene:
a. Record date and time of arrival;
b. Observe and record general condition, including weather;
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c. Determine if suspects are still in the crime scene;


d. Secure the crime scene with rope/Police line;
e. Identify probable witnesses and remove them from the crime scene;
f. Note names of persons at the crime scene. They are potential witnesses;
g. Take notes and sketches; and
h. Photograph crime scene.
3. Suspects still at the crime scene:
a. Take cover and size up the situation;
b. Determine probable location of the suspects within the structure;
c. Request ambulance & fire trucks to standby;
d. Seal off all possible escape routes;
e. Inform higher Headquarters and request for reinforcement, if necessary;
f. Alert all units of possible escape of suspects; and
g. Persuade suspects to surrender.
4. If suspects have already fled:
a. Evacuate casualty to nearest hospitals;
b. Notify higher Headquarters;
c. Conduct pursuit operations, if necessary;
d. Raise alarm for dragnet operations;
e. Protect and preserve crime scene;
f. Summon police assistance; and
g. Obtain description of missing property:
(1) Serial number
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(3) Size and color


(4) Personal marks, alterations, etc.
h. Take notes & statement of witnesses.
(1) Witnesses during the crime
(2) Witnesses after the crime
(3) Witnesses before the crime
5. Turn-over case to responding Investigators and assist them.
6. Case Information Checklist
a. General Data
(1) Victims name, address, phone number
(2) Complainants address, phone number
(3) Where did the incident occur?
(4) Date and time it was reported
(5) To whom was it reported?
b. Crime
(1) Article of RPC violated
(2) Term for the offense
(3) Give summary of incident
c. Property and place attacked
(1) Details about the building
(a) Type
(b) Surroundings
(c) Size
(d) Use

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(e) Other factors


(2) Type of zone or district
(3) Type of occupants
(a) Names of persons
(b) Sex
(c) Race
(d) Age
(e) Nationality (f)
Occupation
(g) Other factors
d. How was it attacked?
(1) Method used
(2) Date and hour of entry
(3) Point and manner of entry
e. Means of attack:
(1) Tool
(2) Weapons
(3) Instruments
f. Time of Attack
(1) Time of the day or night
(2) Local event
(3) Opportune time at scene
g. Object of attack:
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(a) Complete list


(b) Detailed description
(c) Mark or means of identification
(d) Values
(e) Where was property last seen by owner
(2) Other motives of the crime
(3) Data of Missing victim(s)
(a) Personal data
(b) Where about during robbery
h. Suspects description
(1) Personal data
(2) Any speech peculiarities
(3) Mannerism
(4) Mark and scars
(5) Amputations
(6) Teeth
(7) Dress habit
(8) Relatives and friends
(9) Prior address
i. Getaway Vehicle
(1) Make
(2) Body stylemark
(3) Color
(4) Year Model

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(5) Any peculiarities


(6) License plate number
(7) Trademark
j.

Other Details
(1) Evidence gathered at the crime scene
(a)

Preparation

(b) Fingerprints
(c) Tire prints
(2) Other roles at the crime scene
(3) Witnesses and their addresses
(4) Recent visitors to the premises
(5) Find out if there were attempts to destroy evidence to conceal the crime/
offense.
(6) Gather evidence to determine the method and route of exit and flight.
SCENARIO
?
Rules/Procedures on Scenarios:
1. T PTs.
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FTOs Note: You will conduct lecture for 45 minutes on the above topics,
summarize for 15 minutes and prepare the PTs for the conduct
of practical exercises on the above scenario for 2 hours and field
immersion for 4 hours and 30 minutes. After deployment, you will
conduct debriefing on activities conducted for the whole day and ask
the PTs about their observations on the activities conducted. You will
require the PTs to study the following topic: Procedures on how to
respond to Bomb Threats.

Everyone tak es part in the mosque for one reason;


to have a prayer answered.
Shujoy Chowdhury

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TRAINING PLAN
MODULE IV

POLICE ASSISTANCE

TARGET AUDIENCE

8-10 Police Trainee

DAY

31

VENUE

As appropriate

TIME ALLOTTED

Eight (8) Hours

LEARNING AIDS

Overhead projector,
address system

projector

screen, public

POLICE TRAINEES
REQUIREMENTS

PTs prescribed uniform (Tamang Bihis)


PTs Guide
Notebook/Tickler, Miranda Warning Card
Sheets of paper

TRAINING REFERENCES

Revised Philippine National Police, Operational


Procedures (PNP Handbook, PNPM-DO-DS-3
2-13, December 2013), PNP First Responders
Manual (PNPM-D-0-2-1-00)

TRAINING GOAL

TRAINING OBJECTIVE
T.O. #1

MODULE IV

The purpose of this block of instruction is to


familiarize the PTs to undertake appropriate actions
as first responder in accordance with the POP
relative to the different types of common crimes
including security control, securing the crime scene
and preserving evidence, identifying witness and
victims, note taking and call for investigators or
SOCO.
After this block of instruction, the PTs will be able to:

Enumerate and demonstrate the proper procedures in the conduct


of police response to a given situation as First Responders.

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FTOS NOTE: Check the appropriate boxes or circles indicated in the daily training
schedule.

DAILY TRAINING SCHEDULE


D
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TIME

4:00
AM

7:00
AM

D AY 3 1

5:00
AM

5:00
AM

7:00
AM

8:00
AM

FTO CHECKLIST
First Call (4:00
AM) Attention
Call (4:05 AM)
Assembly Call
(4:15 AM)
Accounting
(4:20 AM)

INVOCATION
Morning Prayer

Distribution of
Cleaning
Materials
Designation of
AOR
Availability and
Distribution of
Breakfast

PERSONAL NECESSITIES/
CLEANING OF
AOR/BREAKFAS T AOR
Clean-up Personal
hygiene Wearing of
prescribed uniform
Breakfast: Prayer before
meal

Attendance
Sheet
(7:00 AM-7:15
AM) Rank
Inspection
(7:15 AM-7:45
AM)
Defects Noted

FORMATION AND RANK


INSPECTION
Daily Personnel
Accounting Report
Rank Inspection
Tamang Bihis
Proper haircut
Tickler/Ballpen/Hanky
Handcuff
Socks
Buckle
Mustache
Finger nails

Issue
Delinquency
Report

8:00
AM

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ACTIVITIES

Availability of
Subject Matter
Expert (8:00
AM)
o with SME
o without SME

REMARKS
Completed
Not Completed

REVEILLE
Calisthenics/
Warm-up Exercises/
Physical Conditioning
Road Run
Completed
Not Completed

Completed
Not Completed

TOPIC PRESENTATION:
FIRST RESPONDER ON
BOMB THREATS
Invocation: Police
Officers Prayer
Introduction
Training Goals
Training Objectives

Complet ed
Lecture
Practical
Exercises

o
o

Not Completed
Lecture
Practical
Exercises

o
o

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Practical
Exercise
9:00
AM

12:00
NN

1:00
PM

1:15
PM

12:00
NN

1:00
PM

As appropriate
Reason(s):
Availability of
Lunch
Mess Kits
Venue for
Lunch

LUNCH BREAK

Attendance
Sheet for roll
call formation

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance in the
Afternoon

Continuation of
Practical Exercise
Scenario

Completed

Prayer before meal

Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

CONTINUATION OF
PRACTICAL EXERCISE

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4:45
PM

Completed
Not Completed

Scenario

As appropriate
Reason(s):
EXAMINATION

3:45
PM

Completed
Not Completed

Scenario

1:15
PM

3:45
PM

PRACTICAL EXERCISE
Scenario

Completed

Examination
Oral
Written
Check the
examination

4:45
PM

5:00
PM

Evaluation
Open Forum
Guidance
Closing
prayer

5:00
PM

6:00
PM

Supervision on
personal
tasking

Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):
DEBRIEFING
Closing Prayer

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

PERSONAL TIME

Completed
Not Completed

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6:00
PM

7:00
PM

Availability of
Dinner
Mess kits
Venue for
Dinner

DINNER TIME
Prayer before meal

Supervision of
study time

STUDY TIME

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed

7:00
PM

9:00
PM

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Attendance
Sheet
Defects Noted
9:00
PM

9:30
PM

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4:00
AM
(next
day)

Issue
Delinquency
Report
Supervision of
TAPS

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance before Time
for All Personnel to Sleep
(TAPS)

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

TIME FOR ALL


PERSONNEL TO SLEEP
(TAPS)

Completed
Not Completed

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TRAINING MANUSCRIPT
FIRST RESPONDER ON BOMB THREATS

INTRODUCTION
The Philippine National Police is mandated to enforce the law, prevent and control
crimes, maintain peace and order and ensure public safety with the active support of
the community.
The patrol elements composed of foot and mobile patrols are the most ubiquitous
members of the force and are synonymous to police presence. They are the ones
who always arrive first at the scene of the crime in response to calls requiring police
assistance. Being the First Responders, it is imperative that Patrol Officers are able
to identify the relations of law, bring criminals to justice, collect and preserve pieces of
evidence, and assist in the prosecution of offenders.
As First Responders, Patrol Officers and other members of the force who respond
to the scene of a disaster or other emergency should be guided on what to do or how
to do it when faced by specific situations.
Bomb Threats
The purpose of this section is to establish the duties and investigative
responsibilities of mobile units responding to bomb threats.
1. Upon receipt of information:
a. Determine the exact location of the establishment under threat.
b. Instruct the security officer of the establishment to conduct a bomb search
while proceeding to the area.
c. Proceed immediately to the scene.
d. Alert Explosive Ordinance Disposal Team (EODT) team for bomb search
mission and Fire Department before departure.
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2. Upon arrival at the scene:


a. Confirm the reported bomb threat; Notify EODT for a bomb sweep.
b. Conduct a suspicious/suspected device search with persons familiar with
the location.
c. Unless a device is found, personnel may not order an evacuation of the
affected area but may inform the person in charge of the property of the
need to evacuate. Assist in evacuation of personnel should it be necessary.
3. Do not touch, tamper with or disarm any suspected device, explosive or
ordnance.
4. If a suspected device is located/found, carry out the evacuation of the affected
area at least 300 meters away and maintain security for the protection of life
and property.
5. Isolate the suspected device.
6. Report discovery of suspected device.
7. No radio transmission
8. Turn-off all electricity and gas unit of the premises/ building.
9. Secure the area and prevent people from approaching it.
control.

Establish traffic

10. Summon ambulance and fire trucks to the scene.


11. Await for the arrival of the EODT.
12. Conduct immediate investigation if the threat/ crisis is over. Determine the
following:
a. Name of person who received the call, date and time the call was made.
b. What were the exact words of the person making the threats?
c. Reasons for the threat.

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d. Time and duration of call.


e. Voice characteristics of the caller-male or female; young, middle age, or old;
tone; accent; etc.
f. Identity of suspects, if known
13. Assist in the conduct of investigation by responding units when requested to do
so.
14. Report incident to higher headquarters.
SCENARIO
?
Rules/Procedures on Scenarios:
1. PTs.
2. .
3. Critics after the role playing.
FTOs Note: You will conduct lecture for 45 minutes on the above topics,
summarize for 15 minutes and prepare the PTs for the conduct
of practical exercises on the above scenario for 2 hours and field
immersion for 4 hours and 30 minutes. After deployment, you will
conduct debriefing on activities conducted for the whole day and ask
the PTs about their observations on the activities conducted. You will
require the PTs to study the following topic: Procedures on how to
respond to Crowd Control.

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TRAINING PLAN
MODULE IV

POLICE ASSISTANCE

TARGET AUDIENCE

8-10 Police Trainee

DAY

32

VENUE

As appropriate

TIME ALLOTTED

Eight (8) Hours

LEARNING AIDS

Overhead projector,
address system

projector

screen, public

POLICE TRAINEES
REQUIREMENTS

PTs prescribed uniform (Tamang Bihis)


PTs Guide
Notebook/Tickler, Miranda Warning Card
Sheets of paper

TRAINING REFERENCES

Revised Philippine National Police, Operational


Procedures (PNP Handbook, PNPM-DO-DS-3
2-13, December 2013), PNP First Responders
Manual (PNPM-D-0-2-1-00)

TRAINING GOAL

TRAINING OBJECTIVE
T.O. #1

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The purpose of this block of instruction is to


familiarize the PTs to undertake appropriate actions
as first responder in accordance with the POP
relative to the different types of common crimes
including security control, securing the crime scene
and preserving evidence, identifying witness and
victims, note taking and call for investigators or
SOCO.
After this block of instruction, the PTs will be able to:

Enumerate and demonstrate the proper procedures in the conduct


of police response to a given situation as First Responders.

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FTOS NOTE: Check the appropriate boxes or circles indicated in the daily training
schedule.

DAILY TRAINING SCHEDULE


D
A
Y

TIME

4:00
AM

7:00
AM

D AY 3 2

5:00
AM

5:00
AM

7:00
AM

8:00
AM

FTO CHECKLIST

MODULE IV

9:00
AM

REMARKS

First Call (4:00


AM) Attention
Call (4:05 AM)
Assembly Call
(4:15 AM)
Accounting
(4:20 AM)

INVOCATION
Morning Prayer

Distribution of
Cleaning
Materials
Designation of
AOR
Availability and
Distribution of
Breakfast

PERSONAL NECESSITIES/
CLEANING OF
AOR/BREAKFAS T AOR
Clean-up Personal
hygiene Wearing of
prescribed uniform
Breakfast: Prayer before
meal

Attendance
Sheet
(7:00 AM-7:15
AM) Rank
Inspection
(7:15 AM-7:45
AM)
Defects Noted

FORMATION AND RANK


INSPECTION
Daily Personnel
Accounting Report
Rank Inspection
Tamang Bihis
Proper haircut
Tickler/Ballpen/Hanky
Handcuff
Socks
Buckle
Mustache
Finger nails

Issue
Delinquency
Report

8:00
AM

ACTIVITIES

Availability of
Subject Matter
Expert (8:00
AM)
o with SME
o without SME

Completed
Not Completed

REVEILLE
Calisthenics/
Warm-up Exercises/
Physical Conditioning
Road Run

TOPIC PRESENTATION:
FIRST RESPONDER ON
CROWD CONTROL
Invocation: Police
Officers Prayer
Introduction
Training Goals
Training Objectives

FIE L D

Completed
Not Completed

Completed
Not Completed

Complet ed
Lecture
Practical
Exercises

o
o

Not Completed
Lecture
Practical
Exercises

o
o

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Practical
Exercise
9:00
AM

12:00
NN

1:00
PM

1:15
PM

12:00
NN

1:00
PM

Completed
Not Completed

Scenario

As appropriate
Reason(s):
Availability of
Lunch
Mess Kits
Venue for
Lunch

LUNCH BREAK

Attendance
Sheet for roll
call formation

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance in the
Afternoon

1:15
PM

3:45
PM

PRACTICAL EXERCISE
Scenario

Continuation of
Practical Exercise
Scenario

Completed

Prayer before meal

Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

CONTINUATION OF
PRACTICAL EXERCISE

Completed
Not Completed

Scenario

As appropriate
Reason(s):
EXAMINATION

3:45
PM

218

4:45
PM

Examination
Oral
Written
Check the
examination

4:45
PM

5:00
PM

Evaluation
Open Forum
Guidance
Closing
prayer

5:00
PM

6:00
PM

Supervision on
personal
tasking

MODULE IV

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

DEBRIEFING
Closing Prayer

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

PERSONAL TIME

Completed
Not Completed

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6:00
PM

7:00
PM

Availability of
Dinner
Mess kits
Venue for
Dinner

DINNER TIME
Prayer before meal

Supervision of
study time

STUDY TIME

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed

7:00
PM

9:00
PM

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Attendance
Sheet
Defects Noted
9:00
PM

9:30
PM

MODULE IV

9:30
PM

4:00
AM
(next
day)

Issue
Delinquency
Report
Supervision of
TAPS

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance before Time
for All Personnel to Sleep
(TAPS)

TIME FOR ALL


PERSONNEL TO SLEEP
(TAPS)

FIE L D

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed

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PROG R A M

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TRAINING MANUSCRIPT
FIRST RESPONDERS ON CROWD CONTROL

INTRODUCTION
The Philippine National Police is mandated to enforce the law, prevent and control
crimes, maintain peace and order and ensure public safety with the active support of
the community.
The patrol elements composed of foot and mobile patrols are the most ubiquitous
members of the force and are synonymous to police presence. They are the ones
who always arrived first at the scene of the crime in response to calls requiring police
assistance. Being the First Responders, it is imperative that Patrol Officers are able
to identify the relations of law, bring criminals to justice, collect and preserve pieces of
evidence, and assist in the prosecution of offenders.
As First Responders, Patrol Officers and other members of the force who respond
to the scene of a disaster or other emergency should be guided on what to do or how
to do it when faced by specific situations.
Crowd Control
This section provides guidelines for members of mobile patrol of policies,
procedures and measures in the handling of crowds, mobs, demonstrators, strikers
and rioters prior to the arrival of regular Civil Disturbance Management (CDM)
Units/ elements.
1. Upon receipt of information/request for police assistance:
a. Notify higher Headquarters and alert CDM units/other units for possible
deployment.
b. Proceed to reported area at once.
c. Find out from other police units/concerned agencies if a permit was issued
to any group to assemble in the reported area.

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2. Upon arrival at the scene:


a. Record date & time of arrival and location.
b. Observe the activities of the group.
c. Determine and report the following to the Operation Center:
(1) Location of group. If moving, determine its general direction.
(2) Size of the group
(3) Whether the crowd is orderly or unruly and needs to be dispersed.
(4) Place of assembly.
(5) Demands/issues raised by demonstrators/strikers.
(6) Whether the assembly is lawful or unlawful.
(7) Identified leaders, prominent speakers, group affiliation, etc.
(8) Purpose/motive of assembly
(9) With permit or without permit.
d. Assist in traffic direction and control to ease traffic flow.
e. Establish contact with the crowd, if practicable.
3. Request Operation Center for CDM deployment when necessary.
4. Initiate dialogue with the leaders. Find out if they have a permit. Advise them
to clear the road so as not to obstruct the flow of traffic.
5. Attempt to hold the crowd in a given or particular area until arrival of CDM
Units.
6. Upon arrival of CDM unit, turnover responsibility and be ready to assist.
Continue monitoring and record the following:
a. Name of ringleaders who appear to be initiating/agitating the crowd.
b. Placards/signs used and slogans written on it.
c. Equipment used such as vehicles. Note plate nr, type or model of motor
vehicle.

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d. Any indication of degree of violence.


7. Be prepared to perform tasks as directed by CDM Group Commander.
SCENARIO
?
Rules/Procedures on Scenarios:
1. PTs.
2. The.
3. Critique after the role playing.
FTOs Note: You will conduct lecture for 45 minutes on the above topics,
summarize for 15 minutes and prepare the PTs for the conduct
of practical exercises on the above scenario for 2 hours and field
immersion for 4 hours and 30 minutes. After deployment, you will
conduct debriefing on activities conducted for the whole day and ask
the PTs about their observations on the activities conducted. You
will require the PTs to study the following topic: Procedures on How
to Respond to Medical Emergencies.

My God and your God dont fight. Why do we?


Vinita Kinra

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TRAINING PLAN
MODULE IV

POLICE ASSISTANCE

TARGET AUDIENCE

8-10 Police Trainee

DAY

33

VENUE

As appropriate

TIME ALLOTTED

Eight (8) Hours

LEARNING AIDS

Overhead projector,
address system

projector

screen, public

POLICE TRAINEES
REQUIREMENTS

PTs prescribed uniform (Tamang Bihis)


PTs Guide
Notebook/Tickler, Miranda Warning Card
Sheets of paper

TRAINING REFERENCES

Revised Philippine National Police, Operational


Procedures (PNP Handbook, PNPM-DO-DS-3
2-13, December 2013), PNP First Responders
Manual (PNPM-D-0-2-1-00)

TRAINING GOAL

TRAINING OBJECTIVE
T.O. #1

MODULE IV

The purpose of this block of instruction is to


familiarize the PTs to undertake appropriate actions
as first responder in accordance with POP relative
to the different types of common crimes including
security control, securing the crime scene and
preserving evidence, identifying witness and
victims, note taking and call for investigators or
SOCO.
After this block of instruction, the PTs will be able to:

Enumerate and demonstrate the proper procedures in the conduct


of police response to a given situation as First Responders.

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TRA I NI N G

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on Patrol Phase

FTOS NOTE: Check the appropriate boxes or circles indicated in the daily training
schedule.

DAILY TRAINING SCHEDULE


D
A
Y

TIME

4:00
AM

7:00
AM

D AY 3 3

5:00
AM

5:00
AM

7:00
AM

8:00
AM

FTO CHECKLIST
First Call (4:00
AM) Attention
Call (4:05 AM)
Assembly Call
(4:15 AM)
Accounting
(4:20 AM)

INVOCATION
Morning Prayer

Distribution of
Cleaning
Materials
Designation of
AOR
Availability and
Distribution of
Breakfast

PERSONAL NECESSITIES/
CLEANING OF
AOR/BREAKFAS T AOR
Clean-up Personal
hygiene Wearing of
prescribed uniform
Breakfast: Prayer before
meal

Attendance
Sheet
(7:00 AM-7:15
AM) Rank
Inspection
(7:15 AM-7:45
AM)
Defects Noted

FORMATION AND RANK


INSPECTION
Daily Personnel
Accounting Report
Rank Inspection
Tamang Bihis
Proper haircut
Tickler/Ballpen/Hanky
Handcuff
Socks
Buckle
Mustache
Finger nails

Issue
Delinquency
Report

8:00
AM

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Availability of
Subject Matter
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o with SME
o without SME

REMARKS
Completed
Not Completed

REVEILLE
Calisthenics/
Warm-up Exercises/
Physical Conditioning
Road Run
Completed
Not Completed

Completed
Not Completed

TOPIC PRESENTATION:
FIRST RESPONDER ON
MEDICAL EMERGENCI ES
Invocation: Police
Officers Prayer
Introduction
Training Goals
Training Objectives

Complet ed
Lecture
Practical
Exercises

o
o

Not Completed
Lecture
Practical
Exercises

o
o

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Exercise
9:00
AM

12:00
NN

1:00
PM

1:15
PM

12:00
NN

1:00
PM

As appropriate
Reason(s):
Availability of
Lunch
Mess Kits
Venue for
Lunch

LUNCH BREAK

Attendance
Sheet for roll
call formation

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance in the
Afternoon

Continuation of
Practical Exercise
Scenario

Completed

Prayer before meal

Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

CONTINUATION OF
PRACTICAL EXERCISE

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4:45
PM

Completed
Not Completed

Scenario

As appropriate
Reason(s):
EXAMINATION

3:45
PM

Completed
Not Completed

Scenario

1:15
PM

3:45
PM

PRACTICAL EXERCISE
Scenario

Completed

Examination
Oral
Written
Check the
examination

4:45
PM

5:00
PM

Evaluation
Open Forum
Guidance
Closing
prayer

5:00
PM

6:00
PM

Supervision on
personal
tasking

Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):
DEBRIEFING
Closing Prayer

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

PERSONAL TIME

Completed
Not Completed

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6:00
PM

7:00
PM

Availability of
Dinner
Mess kits
Venue for
Dinner

DINNER TIME
Prayer before meal

Supervision of
study time

STUDY TIME

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed

7:00
PM

9:00
PM

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Attendance
Sheet
Defects Noted
9:00
PM

9:30
PM

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4:00
AM
(next
day)

Issue
Delinquency
Report
Supervision of
TAPS

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance before Time
for All Personnel to Sleep
(TAPS)

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

TIME FOR ALL


PERSONNEL TO SLEEP
(TAPS)

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Not Completed

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TRAINING MANUSCRIPT
FIRST RESPONDER ON MEDICAL EMERGENCIES

INTRODUCTION
The Philippine National Police is mandated to enforce the law, prevent and control
crimes, maintain peace and order and ensure public safety with the active support of
the community.
The patrol elements composed of foot and mobile patrols are the most ubiquitous
members of the force and are synonymous to police presence. They are the ones
who always arrived first at the scene of the crime in response to calls requiring police
assistance. Being the First Responders, it is imperative that Patrol Officers are able
to identify the relations of law, bring criminals to justice, collect and preserve pieces of
evidence, and assist in the prosecution of offenders.
As First Responders, Patrol Officers and other members of the force who respond
to the scene of a disaster or other emergency should be guided on what to do or how
to do it when faced by specific situations.
Medical Emergencies
The purpose of this section is to provide guidelines to Patrol Officers when
responding to medical emergencies, such as vehicular/traffic accidents, shooting
incidents and stabbing/hacking incidents.
1. Vehicular Accident
a. Survey the Scene
(1) Assess the safety of the scene
(2) Assess what happened
(3) Identify yourself as a police officer
(4) Establish Police Line

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b. Activate Medical Assistance


(1) Identify how many people are injured.
(2) Identify if there are trained first aiders around who can help.
(3) Ask bystanders to call for help thru (Call 117) Emergency Assistance
Response Network (EARNET) and ask him/her to report back to you.
If none, do it yourself.
(4) If the people involved in the accident can move on their own, secure
a place where they can stay while awaiting the Emergency Medical
Response Team.
(5) If the people involved in the accident are unconscious, do not try to
move them unless the scene is unsafe for the victim, or you are a
trained first aider.
(6) Upon the arrival of Emergency Medical Response Team, ensure that
there is open flow of traffic.
(7) Identify which health institution the victims will be transported to.
(8) Document the incident.
c. Perform Usual Police Function
2. Incident with Gunshot Wound Victims
a. Survey the Scene
(1) Assess the safety of the scene.
(2) Assess what happened.
(3) Identify yourself as a police officer
(4) Stay away from line of fire.
(5) Establish Police Line.
b. Activate Medical Assistance
(1) Identify how many people are injured.
(2) If the victim is in between line of fire, ask him/her to crawl towards you
or away from the hostile line of fire.

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(3) Assess what area of the body the victim sustains a wound.
(4) Apply direct pressure to the wound.
(5) Identify if there are trained first aiders who can help.
(6) Ask bystanders to call for help thru (Call 117) Emergency Assistance
Response Network (EARNET) and ask him to report back. If none, do
it yourself.
(7) Assess and identify which area is suitable to place the victim.
(8) Ensure a clear and safe passage for the Emergency Response Team.
c. Perform Usual Police Function
3. Stabbing or Hacking Incident
a. Survey the scene
(1) Assess the safety of the scene.
(2) Assess what happened.
(3) Identify yourself as a POLICE OFFICER.
(4) Establish Police Line.
b. Activate Medical Assistance
(1) Identify how many people are injured.
(2) Secure a safe place to collect all the injured victims.
(3) Identify if there are trained first aiders who can help.
(4) Ask bystanders to call for help thru (Call 117) Emergency Assistance
Response Network (EARNET) and ask him to report back to you. If
none, do it yourself.
(5) Apply direct pressure to the wound. If there is protruding internal
organs cover it with moist clothing until the Emergency Response Team
arrives.
(6) Endorse the victims to the Emergency Response Team.
(7) Ensure a clear passage for the Emergency Response Team.
(8) Document the incident.
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SCENARIO
At)
Rules/Procedures on Scenarios:
1.
2. them.
3. Critique after the role playing.
Crimes Involving Foreign Nationals
1. Proceed to the crime scene to validate info
2. Record the exact time of arrival and all pertinent data regarding the incident
then notify TOC
3. Self-preservation
4. Cordon the crime scene
5. Check whether the situation still possesses imminent danger; call for back-up,
if necessary
6. Evacuate injured person/s
7. Identify possible witnesses and conduct preliminary interview and ensure their
availability for the incoming investigator-on-case
8. Arrest suspects/s if around or when suspect/s is/are fleeing, make appropriate
notification for danger & dragnet operations

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9. Take dying declaration of severely injured persons when:


a. Death is imminent and declarant is conscious of that fact;
b. Declaration refers to the cause and surrounding circumstances of such
death;
c. Declaration relates to facts which the victim is competent to testify; and
d. Declaration is offered in a case wherein the declarants death is the subject
of inquiry.
10. Prevent entry/exit of person/s within the cordoned area;
11. Account/note for the killed, wounded and arrested persons for proper disposition;
12. Briefs & assist the investigator-on-case upon arrival and turn-over the crime
scene;
13. Conducts inventory on the evidence noted at the crime scene; inventory receipt
should be properly signed by the first responder. SOCO Team Leader and the
investigator-on-case; and
14. Attend to court duty.
SCENARIO
The?
Rules/Procedures on Scenarios:
1. d.
2. them.
3. Critique after the role playing.

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Guidelines
When rendering police assistance to a Foreign National, the Police Trainees
will coordinate with the Tourist Police Assistance Center (TPAC) where the police
station is located. The TPAC is mandated to monitor and investigate all cases
involving tourists in coordination with concerned police stations, resolve co nflicts,
and take immediate action on security and public safety concerns of tourists which
are brought to its attention. (Tourist Police Manual)

If you k new your ending, how would you live your beginning?
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TRAINING PLAN
MODULE IV

POLICE ASSISTANCE

TARGET AUDIENCE

8-10 Police Trainee

DAY

34

VENUE

As appropriate

TIME ALLOTTED

Eight (8) Hours

LEARNING AIDS

Overhead projector,
address system

projector

screen, public

POLICE TRAINEES
REQUIREMENTS

PTs prescribed uniform (Tamang Bihis)


PTs Guide
Notebook/Tickler, Miranda Warning Card
Sheets of paper

TRAINING REFERENCES

Revised Philippine National Police, Operational


Procedures (PNP Handbook, PNPM-DO-DS-3
2-13, December 2013), PNP First Responders
Manual (PNPM-D-0-2-1-00)

TRAINING GOAL

TRAINING OBJECTIVE
T.O. #1

MODULE IV

The purpose of this block of instruction is to


familiarize the PTs to undertake appropriate actions
as first responder in accordance with the POP
relative to the different types of common crimes
including security control, securing the crime scene
and preserving evidence, identifying witness and
victims, note taking and call for investigators or
SOCO.
After this block of instruction, the PTs will be able to:

Enumerate and demonstrate the different police intervention


techniques.

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FTOS NOTE: Check the appropriate boxes or circles indicated in the daily training
schedule.

DAILY TRAINING SCHEDULE


D
A
Y

TIME

4:00
AM

7:00
AM

D AY 3 4

5:00
AM

5:00
AM

7:00
AM

8:00
AM

FTO CHECKLIST
First Call (4:00
AM) Attention
Call (4:05 AM)
Assembly Call
(4:15 AM)
Accounting
(4:20 AM)

INVOCATION
Morning Prayer

Distribution of
Cleaning
Materials
Designation of
AOR
Availability and
Distribution of
Breakfast

PERSONAL NECESSITIES/
CLEANING OF
AOR/BREAKFAS T AOR
Clean-up Personal
hygiene Wearing of
prescribed uniform
Breakfast: Prayer before
meal

Attendance
Sheet
(7:00 AM-7:15
AM) Rank
Inspection
(7:15 AM-7:45
AM)
Defects Noted

FORMATION AND RANK


INSPECTION
Daily Personnel
Accounting Report
Rank Inspection
Tamang Bihis
Proper haircut
Tickler/Ballpen/Hanky
Handcuff
Socks
Buckle
Mustache
Finger nails

Issue
Delinquency
Report

8:00
AM

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Availability of
Subject Matter
Expert (8:00
AM)
o with SME
o without SME

REMARKS
Completed
Not Completed

REVEILLE
Calisthenics/
Warm-up Exercises/
Physical Conditioning
Road Run
Completed
Not Completed

Completed
Not Completed

TOPIC PRESENTATION:
TYPES OF ARREST
TECHNIQUES
Invocation: Police
Officers Prayer
Introduction
Training Goals
Training Objectives

Complet ed
Lecture
Practical
Exercises

o
o

Not Completed
Lecture
Practical
Exercises

o
o

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Practical
Exercise
9:00
AM

12:00
NN

1:00
PM

1:15
PM

12:00
NN

1:00
PM

As appropriate
Reason(s):
Availability of
Lunch
Mess Kits
Venue for
Lunch

LUNCH BREAK

Attendance
Sheet for roll
call formation

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance in the
Afternoon

Continuation of
Practical Exercise
Scenario

Completed

Prayer before meal

Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

CONTINUATION OF
PRACTICAL EXERCISE

MODULE IV

4:45
PM

Completed
Not Completed

Scenario

As appropriate
Reason(s):
EXAMINATION

3:45
PM

Completed
Not Completed

Scenario

1:15
PM

3:45
PM

PRACTICAL EXERCISE
Scenario

Completed

Examination
Oral
Written
Check the
examination

4:45
PM

5:00
PM

Evaluation
Open Forum
Guidance
Closing
prayer

5:00
PM

6:00
PM

Supervision on
personal
tasking

Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):
DEBRIEFING
Closing Prayer

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

PERSONAL TIME

Completed
Not Completed

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6:00
PM

7:00
PM

Availability of
Dinner
Mess kits
Venue for
Dinner

DINNER TIME
Prayer before meal

Supervision of
study time

STUDY TIME

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed

7:00
PM

9:00
PM

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Attendance
Sheet
Defects Noted
9:00
PM

9:30
PM

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4:00
AM
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day)

Issue
Delinquency
Report
Supervision of
TAPS

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance before Time
for All Personnel to Sleep
(TAPS)

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

TIME FOR ALL


PERSONNEL TO SLEEP
(TAPS)

Completed
Not Completed

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Module IV
TRAINING MANUSCRIPT
POLICE INTERVENTION TECHNIQUES

INTRODUCTION
The Philippine National Police is mandated to enforce the law, prevent and control
crimes, maintain peace and order and ensure public safety with the active support of
the community.
The patrol elements composed of foot and mobile patrols are the most ubiquitous
members of the force and are synonymous to police presence. They are the ones
who always arrived first at the scene of the crime in response to calls requiring police
assistance. Being the First Responders, it is imperative that Patrol Officers are able
to identify the relations of law, bring criminals to justice, collect and preserve pieces of
evidence, and assist in the prosecution of offenders.
As First Responders, Patrol Officers and other members of the force who respond
to the scene of a disaster or other emergency should be guided on what to do or how
to do it when faced by specific situations.
Types of Arrest Techniques
1. Wall Search
a. Safest type of search
b. Does not necessarily require a wall, any object that can support the weight
of subject can be used.
c. Purpose is to place subject in an off-balance position requiring the use of
both arms and legs to keep him from falling to the ground.
d. Procedure:
(1) Require subject to place both hands on the wall slightly higher than his
waist. Hands spread as far apart as possible. Palms placed against the
wall, fingers extended.

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(2) Feet extended back away from the wall as far as possible, spread feet
as far apart as possible, toes pointed out. Buttocks should not be in
arched position.
(3) Head down at all times.
Action of Police Officer:
(a) If there is one subject, the leader takes place on one side, the
subordinate on the other side.
(b) To search other side, subordinate should move to opposite side.
(c) If there are two or three subjects, move the subject to be searched
on the wall but out of reach of others.
(d) To search both sides of subject, leader searches, subordinate
guards the other subjects.
(e) Move one subject at a time.
(f) Subjects head down at all times.
(g) The subordinate concentrates on actions of subjects and not on
actions of the leader.
(h) When there are more than three subjects, summon additional help.
(i) In serious apprehensions, hold weapons in ready position
throughout search.
(j)

Place foot tightly against subjects foot, right with right, left with left.
Ankle bone against ankle bone of subject.

(k) Search the body systematically, Remove hat if any and crush it.
Next, the palm of hand and between fingers should be examined.
Clothing should be grasped in hand and crushed.
2. Standing Search:
a. Subjects hands raised over his head, feet spread as far apart as possible.
b. Not recommended because the subject holds an on-balance position.

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3. Kneeling Search:
a. Subject kneels on the ground with hands raised over his head.
b. Also, discouraged for the same reasons as the standing search.
4. Prone Search:
a. Subject lies on his stomach with arms and legs out-stretched.
b. Subject has both arms and legs free and is at all times on balance position.
c. Front part of clothing cannot be searched. Can be extremely dangerous to
searches if the subject has knowledge of judo.
FTOs Note: You will conduct lecture for 45 minutes on the above topics,
summarize for 15 minutes and prepare the PTs for the conduct
of practical exercises on the above scenario for 2 hours and field
immersion for 4 hours and 30 minutes. After deployment, you will
conduct debriefing on activities conducted for the whole day and ask
the PTs about their observations on the activities conducted. You
will require the PTs to study the following topics: Procedures on How
to Respond to Methods of Restraint.

God will only give you what you would have ask ed for
if you k new everything he k nows
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TRAINING PLAN
MODULE IV

POLICE ASSISTANCE

TARGET AUDIENCE

8-10 Police Trainee

DAY

35

VENUE

As appropriate

TIME ALLOTTED

Eight (8) Hours

LEARNING AIDS

Overhead projector,
address system

projector

screen, public

POLICE TRAINEES
REQUIREMENTS

PTs prescribed uniform (Tamang Bihis)


PTs Guide
Notebook/Tickler, Miranda Warning Card
Sheets of paper

TRAINING REFERENCES

Revised Philippine National Police, Operational


Procedures (PNP Handbook, PNPM-DO-DS-3
2-13, December 2013), PNP First Responders
Manual (PNPM-D-0-2-1-00)

TRAINING GOAL

TRAINING OBJECTIVE
T.O. #1

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familiarize the PTs to undertake appropriate actions
as first responder in accordance with the POP
relative to the different types of common crimes
including security control, securing the crime scene
and preserving evidence, identifying witness and
victims, note taking and call for investigators or
SOCO.
After this block of instruction, the PTs will be able to:

Enumerate and demonstrate the different police intervention


techniques.

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on Patrol Phase

FTOS NOTE: Check the appropriate boxes or circles indicated in the daily training
schedule.

DAILY TRAINING SCHEDULE


D
A
Y

TIME

4:00
AM

7:00
AM

D AY 3 5

5:00
AM

5:00
AM

7:00
AM

8:00
AM

FTO CHECKLIST

MODULE IV

9:00
AM

REMARKS

First Call (4:00


AM) Attention
Call (4:05 AM)
Assembly Call
(4:15 AM)
Accounting
(4:20 AM)

INVOCATION
Morning Prayer

Distribution of
Cleaning
Materials
Designation of
AOR
Availability and
Distribution of
Breakfast

PERSONAL NECESSITIES/
CLEANING OF
AOR/BREAKFAS T AOR
Clean-up Personal
hygiene Wearing of
prescribed uniform
Breakfast: Prayer before
meal

Attendance
Sheet
(7:00 AM-7:15
AM) Rank
Inspection
(7:15 AM-7:45
AM)
Defects Noted

FORMATION AND RANK


INSPECTION
Daily Personnel
Accounting Report
Rank Inspection
Tamang Bihis
Proper haircut
Tickler/Ballpen/Hanky
Handcuff
Socks
Buckle
Mustache
Finger nails

Issue
Delinquency
Report

8:00
AM

ACTIVITIES

Availability of
Subject Matter
Expert (8:00
AM)
o with SME
o without SME

Completed
Not Completed

REVEILLE
Calisthenics/
Warm-up Exercises/
Physical Conditioning
Road Run

TOPIC PRESENTATION:
METHODS OF RESTRAINT
Invocation: Police
Officers Prayer
Introduction
Training Goals
Training Objectives

Completed
Not Completed

Completed
Not Completed

Complet ed
Lecture
Practical
Exercises

o
o

Not Completed
Lecture
Practical
Exercises

o
o

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Practical
Exercise
9:00
AM

12:00
NN

1:00
PM

1:15
PM

12:00
NN

1:00
PM

Completed
Not Completed

Scenario

As appropriate
Reason(s):
Availability of
Lunch
Mess Kits
Venue for
Lunch

LUNCH BREAK

Attendance
Sheet for roll
call formation

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance in the
Afternoon

1:15
PM

3:45
PM

PRACTICAL EXERCISE
Scenario

Continuation of
Practical Exercise
Scenario

Completed

Prayer before meal

Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

CONTINUATION OF
PRACTICAL EXERCISE

Completed
Not Completed

Scenario

As appropriate
Reason(s):
EXAMINATION

3:45
PM

242

4:45
PM

Examination
Oral
Written
Check the
examination

4:45
PM

5:00
PM

Evaluation
Open Forum
Guidance
Closing
prayer

5:00
PM

6:00
PM

Supervision on
personal
tasking

MODULE IV

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

DEBRIEFING
Closing Prayer

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

PERSONAL TIME

Completed
Not Completed

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6:00
PM

7:00
PM

Availability of
Dinner
Mess kits
Venue for
Dinner

DINNER TIME
Prayer before meal

Supervision of
study time

STUDY TIME

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed

7:00
PM

9:00
PM

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Attendance
Sheet
Defects Noted
9:00
PM

9:30
PM

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9:30
PM

4:00
AM
(next
day)

Issue
Delinquency
Report
Supervision of
TAPS

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance before Time
for All Personnel to Sleep
(TAPS)

TIME FOR ALL


PERSONNEL TO SLEEP
(TAPS)

FIE L D

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed

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TRAINING MANUSCRIPT
POLICE INTERVENTION: METHODS OF RESTRAINT

INTRODUCTION
The Philippine National Police is mandated to enforce the law, prevent and control
crimes, maintain peace and order and ensure public safety with the active support of
the community.
The patrol elements composed of foot and mobile patrols are the most ubiquitous
members of the force and are synonymous to police presence. They are the ones
who always arrive first at the scene of the crime in response to calls requiring police
assistance. Being the First Responders, it is imperative that Patrol Officers are able
to identify the relations of law, bring criminals to justice, collect and preserve pieces of
evidence, and assist in the prosecution of offenders.
As First Responders, Patrol Officers and other members of the force who respond
to the scene of a disaster or other emergency should be guided on what to do or how
to do it when faced by specific situations.
Methods of Restraint
1. Handcuffs
a. Best method of restraint.
b. If applied properly, it is a good preventive measure; If applied improperly, it
is dangerous.
c. Use of handcuffs is left to the discretion of apprehending personnel and
should be used when needed to restrain the subject.
(1) How handcuffs are applied:
(a) Take position directly behind the subject.
(b) Handcuff is applied when the subject has placed his hand on the
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(c) Do not reach out for the hand as it will provide the subject an
opportunity to grasp the hand of the police and throw him offbalance.
(2) Procedure: When applying handcuffs
(a) First order - Take your right hand off the wall and place it on the
small of your back. Fasten the handcuff to this hand and firmly
hold the other handcuff.
(b) Second order - Move up and put your hand against the wall. Allow
the subject to move closer to wall, making certain his feet remain at
the back far enough to keep him off balance.
(c) Third order - Take your other hand off the wall and place it on the
small of your back. Fasten other handcuff and double-lock both
handcuffs.
(d) Final order - Stand up and face the wall. Help the subject in doing
this.
2. Techniques in Making the Arrest:
a. Initial Contact with the Subject:
(1) Identify yourself in a clear audible voice.
(2) Show identification card, if not in uniform.
(3) Inform the subject that he is under arrest.
(4) Consider the possibility that the subject is wanted for other crimes.
(Check the records)
b. Police Officers Conduct:
(1) Be natural and pleasant but forceful and aggressive.
(2) Dominate situation.
(3) Voice must command authority.
(4) Demand prompt and absolute obedience.
(5) Nervousness should be controlled.

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(6) Avoid acting tough as the subject will be first to detect it.
(7) Avoid profanity as it reflects personality weakness.
(8) Avoid being reticent or apologetic.
(9) Avoid unnecessary conversation.
(10) Agent in charge does the talking and gives the commands.
c. Making the Arrest:
(1) Use good judgment in connection with the arrest.
(2) Assume that the subject is armed and will take your life if given
opportunity.
d. Arrest on Street:
(1) Should be made from side or rear when possible.
(2) Subject should be forced toward the building.
(3) Avoid congested areas when possible.
e. Arrest at Home, Office or Business Establishment:
(1) Restrict the subjects movement. Do not grant request for personal
privileges before being searched.
(2) Clothing and other things requested should be examined for weapons
or items of evidence before turning them over to the subject.
f. Planning the Arrest:
(1) Responsibility of the Chief or Officer acting on his absence.
(2) If the arresting party is composed of two (2) or more members,
somebody must be placed in charge, preferably the most experienced.
(3) Consider the arresting and covering parties.
(4) Consider protection of innocent bystanders.
(5) Prevent escape of the subject.
(6) Discreet reconnaissance of the area.

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(7) Determine the weapons and equipment needed.


(8) Consider superiority of (a) manpower and (b) firepower.
(9) Is the plan simple enough?
(10) Consider the element of SURPRISE (Daybreak has proven satisfactory
as the time for a number of successful arrests.)
(11) Consider SPEED in the execution of the plan.
(12) Consider overall coordination.
(13) Consider concealment or cover that might be available both in effecting
arrest and in removing the subject from the building.
(14) Briefing Officer should ask participants if they have any questions
relative to the plan.
PRACTICAL EXERCISES: Role Playing
.
Rules/Procedures on Scenarios:
1. s.
2. them.
3. Critique after the role playing.
FTOs Note: You will conduct lecture for 45 minutes on the above topics,
summarize for 15 minutes and prepare the PTs for the conduct
of practical exercises on the above scenario for 2 hours and field
immersion for 4 hours and 30 minutes. After deployment, you will
conduct debriefing on activities conducted for the whole day and ask
the PTs about their observations on the activities conducted. You
will require the PTs to study the following topics: Traffic Accident.

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TRAINING PLAN
MODULE V

POLICE COMMUNITY RELATION

TARGET AUDIENCE

8 - 10 Police Trainees

DAY

37

VENUE

As appropriate

TIME ALLOTTED

Eight (8) Hours

LEARNING AIDS

Laptop with LCD Projector/Overhead


Projector/Flip chart, Whiteboard and Marker

POLICE TRAINEES
REQUIREMENTS

PTs prescribed uniform (Tamang Bihis)


PTs Guide
Notebook/Tickler, Miranda Warning Card
Sheets of paper

TRAINING REFERENCES

PNP Ethical Doctrine


First Responders Manual

TRAINING GOAL

In this block of instruction, the PTs will


understand the importance of their relationship
to the community they are patrolling.

TRAINING OBJECTIVES

After this block of instruction, the PTs will be


able to:

T.O.# 1 : Enumerate the conduct of a Police Officer;


T.O.# 2 : Identify the PNP Core Values;
T.O.# 3 : Enumerate the Police Custom on Social Decorum;
T.O.# 4 : Identify the PNP Basic Issues; and
T.O.# 5 : Enumerates and apply the procedures of First Responders in the
Vehicular/Traffic Accidents.

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FTOS NOTE: Check the appropriate boxes or circles indicated in the daily training
schedule.

DAILY TRAINING SCHEDULE


D
A
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TIME

4:00
AM

7:00
AM

D AY 3 7

5:00
AM

5:00
AM

7:00
AM

8:00
AM

FTO CHECKLIST

INVOCATION
Morning Prayer

Distribution of
Cleaning
Materials
Designation of
AOR
Availability and
Distribution of
Breakfast

PERSONAL NECESSITIES/
CLEANING OF
AOR/BREAKFAS T AOR
Clean-up Personal
hygiene Wearing of
prescribed uniform
Breakfast: Prayer before
meal

Attendance
Sheet
(7:00 AM-7:15
AM) Rank
Inspection
(7:15 AM-7:45
AM)
Defects Noted

FORMATION AND RANK


INSPECTION
Daily Personnel
Accounting Report

Conduct
(Behavior) of a
Police Officer

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AM

REMARKS

First Call (4:00


AM) Attention
Call (4:05 AM)
Assembly Call
(4:15 AM)
Accounting
(4:20 AM)

Issue
Delinquency
Report

8:00
AM

ACTIVITIES

Completed
Not Completed

REVEILLE
Calisthenics/
Warm-up Exercises/
Physical Conditioning
Road Run

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Rank Inspection
Tamang Bihis
Proper haircut
Tickler/Ballpen/Hanky
Handcuff
Socks
Buckle
Mustache
Finger nails
TOPIC PRESENTATION:
CONDUCT (BEHAVIOR) OF
A POLICE OFFICER
Invocation: Police Officers
Prayer
Introduction
Training Goal

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Training Objectives
PNP Core Values
Police Customs on Social
Decorum
PNP Stand on Basic Issues

9:00
AM

12:00
NN

1:00
PM

12:00
NN

1:00
PM

Availability of
the PTs
Availability of
the area
Availability of
the equipment

RULES AND GUIDELINES


OF THE ACTIVITIES HAD
BEEN EXPLAINED

Availability of
Lunch
Mess Kits
Venue for
Lunch

LUNCH BREAK
Prayer before meal

Attendance
Sheet for roll
call formation

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance in the
Afternoon

1:15
PM

Briefing
Map of the
AOR
1:15
PM

4:45
PM

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PM

Assign a PT to
recap the
activities of day
Issues and
concerns
Open Forum
Guidance

Completed
Not Completed

Yes
No
Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

BRIEFING
Prior to dispatch for field
immersion

Completed

Not Completed
FIELD IMMERSION Area
As appropriate
familiarization through
Reason(s):
actual tour (mobility or
by foot/walk the beat
etc.)
RECAPITULATION
Completed
Summary of the activities
for the day
Not Completed
Announce t o the P olice
As appropriate
Trainees t o watch the
Reason(s):
following video clips in
You tube:
- Downtown Foot Patrol
- Beyond
the Badge,
August 2013-Foot Patrol
- Just for Laugh GagsBest Police Pranks
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5:00
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6:00
PM

7:00
PM

6:00
PM

7:00
PM

Supervision on
personal
tasking

DINNER TIME
Prayer before meal

Supervision of
study time

STUDY TIME
Police Community
Relation Manual
- Patrolling
- Beat Patrol
- House visitation
- Organize and Mobilize
the community
Watch the following video
clips
- Downtown Foot Patrol
- Beyond the Badge,
August 2013-Foot Patrol
- Just for Laugh GagsBest Police Pranks

9:00
PM

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PM

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AM
(next
day)

Not Completed

Availability of
Dinner
Mess kits
Venue for
Dinner

Issue
Delinquency
Report
Supervision of
TAPS
9:30
PM

Completed

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Attendance
Sheet
Defects Noted
9:00
PM

PERSONAL TIME

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance before Time
for All Personnel to Sleep
(TAPS)

TIME FOR ALL


PERSONNEL TO SLEEP
(TAPS)

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

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TRAINING MANUSCRIPT
PNP ETHICAL DOCTRINE AND STANDARDS

INTRODUCTION
The PNP and the community should work hand in hand to achieve a safer place
to live work and do business. But in order to have this, the Police Officer, who is
doing his/her job must know how to deal with the community to earn their trust and
confidence. To achieve this, the PNP sets basic rules and guidelines for these issues.
The PNP Ethical Doctrine and Standards
The Ethical Doctrine was culled from the PNP Code of Professional Conduct and
Ethical Standards with the inception of additional and related principles, guidelines and
sanctions all geared towards internalization of moral values and service dedication/
professionalization.
PNP Core Values
Police Service is a noble profession which demands from its members specialized
knowledge and skills, as well as standards of ethics and morality.
1. Maka-Diyos (God Fearing) - All PNP Personnel must believe in God, who is
the Creator of all men and everything on the planet. Seek His guidance in the
performance of sworn duties and honor Him at all times.
2. Maka-Bayan (Nationalistic) - All PNP Personnel must respect and uphold the
Constitution, the laws of the land and the applicable rules and regulations.
Recognize the legitimacy and authority of the leadership and obey legal orders
of the superior officers.
3. Maka-Tao (Humane) - Committing to the service of my fellowmen over and
above the personal interest.
4. Maka-Kalikasan (Environment-friendly) - Inhibiting from extravagance and
ostentatious display of material things. Respect for private and public properties
and prevent others from destroying them. And finally, shall help protect the
environment and conserve nature to maintain ecological balance.

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Police Customs on Social Decorum


1. Proper Attire - PNP members always wear appropriate and proper attire in
conformity with the occasion, situations/circumstances.
2. Uniform/Appearance - The public looks upon a PNP member as distinctively a
man among men. It is a welcome sight when PNP members wear their uniform
properly wherever they may be.
PNP Stand on Basic Issues
The deployment and employment of PNP personnel require the organization and
its members to bare their stand on the basic issues.
1. PNP Image - Image of any organization affects the esprit d corps, morale and
welfare of the members, and sense of pride to the organization. PNP members
should act to include wearing of uniform in a manner that would reflect best on
the PNP and live by the PNPs core values.
2. Equality and Quality of Service - There shall be judicious and equitable
distribution of opportunity to prove ones worth in the police service.
3. Inequality of opportunities will create an atmosphere of demoralization resulting
to inefficiency and lack of teamwork to the detriment of the organization:
a. Class orientation and factionalism, both real and perceived,
b. Premised on favored assignment,
c. Training, unfair granting of promotion, and
d. Untimely awarding of achievements,
4. Political Patronage - PNP members shall inhibit themselves from soliciting
political patronage on matters pertaining to assignment, awards, training and
promotion.
5. Setting Example - All PNP members shall set good example to their subordinates
and follow good example from the superiors.
6. Delicadeza - In consonance with the requirements of honor and integrity in the
PNP, all members must have the MORAL COURAGE to sacrifice self-interest
in keeping with the time-honored principle of DELICADEZA.

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Note: After one (1) hour of lecture, the FTO will conduct practical exercises to
PTs with the following guidelines:

PRACTICAL EXERCISE: Role Playing


1. .
2. s.
3. Critiques after groups performance.
SCENARIO 1
A Police?
Actions Expected to be Taken by a Police Officer/s
1. :
a. scene.
b. delay.
2. necessary.
3. Notify:
a.
b. investigators
c. dragnet operations.
d. Otype/color)
4. getting worse:
a. accident.

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b. scene.
c. robbed.
d. MV positions.
5. arrived)
a. place
b. happen?
c. witnesses?
d. involved?
e. was
f. witnesses.
g. condition.
h. vehicles
. i. drivers.
j.

run incident.

k. happened.
l.

happened.

m. accident.
6. initial findings.
7. witness.
SCENARIO 2
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Actions Expected to be Taken by a Police Officer/s


1. the incident.
2. data.
3. story.
4. facts.
5. Investigator.

Patience is of two k inds: patience over what pains you,


and patience against what you covet.
Hazrat Ali ibn Abu-Talib

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MODULE 1 SLIDES

TRAINING GOAL:

In this module, the Police Trainees will understand


the

importance

of

their

relationship

to

the

community they are patrolling.

TRAINING OBJECTIVES

INTRODUCTION

At the end of the lesson, the Police Trainees will:

The PNP and the community they swore to serv e and

T.O. # 5.1 Enumerate the conduct of a police of f icer

protect should work hand in hand to achiev e a saf er

T.O. # 5.2 Identif y the PNP Core Values

place to liv e work and do business. But in order to

T.O. # 5.3 Enumerate the Police Custom on Social

hav e this, the Police Off icer who is doing their job
knows ho w to best deal to the clients who wants to

Decorum
T.O. # 5.4 Identif y the PNP Basic Issues

get

T.O. # 5.5 Enumerates and apply the procedures of First

Organization set basic rules and guidelines f or these

Responders in the Vehicular/Traf f ic Accidents

their

trust

and

of Prof essional Conduct and Ethical Standards with


additional

an d

internalization

and

sanctions
of

PNP

PNP CORE VALUES

The Ethical Doctrine was culled f rom the PNP Code


of

the

The PNP Ethical Doctrine and Standards

guidelines

So

issues.

inception

conf idence.

moral

all

related
geared

v alues

and

Police Serv ice is a noble prof ession which demands


f rom its members specialized kno wled ge an d skills,
as well as standards of ethics and morality.

principl es,
towards
serv ice

A.

Maka- Diy os (God Fearing)

B.

Maka-Bay an (Nationalistic)

dedication/prof essionalization.
C. Maka-Tao (Humane)
D. Maka-Kalikasan (Env ironment-f riendly )

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POLICE CUSTOMS ON SOCIAL DECORUM

PNP STAND ON BASIC ISSUES

A. Proper Attire
The
B. Unif orm/Appe ar an ce

deploy ment

and employ ment

of

PNP personnel

require the organization and its members to bare their


stand on the basic issues.

A. PNP Image
B. Equality and Quality of serv ice

PNP STAND ON BASIC ISSUES

PNP STAND ON BASIC ISSUES

C. Inequality of opportunities will create an atmosphere of


demoralization:
a. Class orientation and f actionalism, both real and

Results of Inequality
Inef f iciency and
Lack of teamwork to the detriment of the
organization.

perceiv ed,
b. Premised on f av ored assignment,
c. Training, unf air granting of promotion, and
d. Untimely awarding of achiev ements,

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PNP STAND ON BASIC ISSUES


D. Political Patronage
E. Setting Example
F. Delicadeza

SCENARIOS

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RULES ON PERFORMING PRACTICAL EXE R C IS E S


Two

(2) or more groups of Police Trainees

will

perf orm the same scenario


Scenarios must be role play ed by the Police Trainees
f or ev aluation on their actions
Critiques af ter groups perf ormance

SCENARIO 1
A Police Off icer is responding to a vehicular accident.
The Police Off icer was initially inf ormed that two (2)
v ehicles collided head to head. And whil e the P olice
Officer is conducting initial check on the incident area,
the Police Officer f ound out that the victim in one (1)
v ehicle who hav e died on the spot hav e v aluables
thing inside the v ehicle. What should the Police Of f icer
do?

13

14

SCENARIO 2

A Police Officer responds to an altercation and f ound


out that one of the two persons in dispute is the
Police Off icers relativ e with a position of a councilor
in the town. If y ou are that Police Of f icer, what are
y ou going to do?

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TRAINING PLAN
MODULE V

POLICE COMMUNITY RELATIONS

TARGET AUDIENCE

8 - 10 Police Trainees

DAY

38

VENUE

As appropriate

TIME ALLOTTED

Eight (8) Hours

LEARNING AIDS

Laptop with LCD Projector/Overhead


Projector/Flip chart, Whiteboard and Marker

POLICE TRAINEES
REQUIREMENTS

PTs prescribed uniform (Tamang Bihis)


PTs Guide
Notebook/Tickler, Miranda Warning Card
Sheets of paper

TRAINING REFERENCES

Police Community Relations Manual


(Revised) January 2011, First Responders
Manual

TRAINING GOAL

.
TRAINING OBJECTIVES

In this block of instruction, the PTs will


understand the importance of their relationship
to the community they are patrolling.
After this block of instruction, the PTs will be
able to:

T.O. # 1 : Apply the Police Community Relative while in Patrol Operation;


T.O. # 2 : Enumerate and apply the Dos and Donts while conducting Patrol in
the community;
T.O. # 3 : Identify all Paradigm of Community-Based Policing; and
T.O. # 4 : Enumerate and apply the procedures of First Responders in the
incidents of gunshot wounds victims.

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schedule.

DAILY TRAINING SCHEDULE


D
A
Y

TIME

4:00
AM

7:00
AM

D AY 3 8

5:00
AM

5:00
AM

7:00
AM

8:00
AM

FTO CHECKLIST

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NN

REMARKS

First Call (4:00


AM) Attention
Call (4:05 AM)
Assembly Call
(4:15 AM)
Accounting
(4:20 AM)

INVOCATION
Morning Prayer

Distribution of
Cleaning
Materials
Designation of
AOR
Availability and
Distribution of
Breakfast

PERSONAL NECESSITIES/
CLEANING OF
AOR/BREAKFAS T AOR
Clean-up Personal
hygiene Wearing of
prescribed uniform
Breakfast: Prayer before
meal

Attendance
Sheet
(7:00 AM-7:15
AM) Rank
Inspection
(7:15 AM-7:45
AM)
Defects Noted

FORMATION AND RANK


INSPECTION
Daily Personnel
Accounting Report

Issue
Delinquency
Report

8:00
AM

ACTIVITIES

Paradigm in
CommunityBased Policing

Completed
Not Completed

REVEILLE
Calisthenics/
Warm-up Exercises/
Physical Conditioning
Road Run

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Rank Inspection
Tamang Bihis
Proper haircut
Tickler/Ballpen/Hanky
Handcuff
Socks
Buckle
Mustache
Finger nails
TOPIC PRESENTATION:
PARADIGM OF
COMMUNITY RELATIONS
POLICING
Invocation: Police
Officers Prayer
PCR in Patrolling

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Reason(s):

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Not Completed
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Reason(s):

Complet ed

oLecture
oPractical
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oPractical

Exercises

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1:00
PM

1:15
PM

4:45
PM

5:00
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Availability of
Lunch
Mess Kits
Venue for
Lunch

LUNCH BREAK
Prayer before meal

Attendance
Sheet for roll
call formation

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance in the
Afternoon

1:15
PM

6:00
PM

Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Briefing
Map of the
AOR

BRIEFING
Prior to dispatch for field
immersion

Assign a PT to
recap the
activities of day
Issues and
concerns
Open Forum
Guidance

As appropriate
FIELD IMMERSION Area
Reason(s):
familiarization through
actual tour (mobility or
by foot/walk the beat
etc.)
RECAPITULATION
Completed
Summary of the activities
for the day
Not Completed
Announce the following
As appropriate
reference/s to be read by
Reason(s):
Police Trainees:
- Civil
Disturbance
Management
(Police
Response
in
Crowd
Control)
Closing Prayer

4:45
PM

5:00
PM

Completed

Supervision on
personal
tasking

Completed
Not Completed

PERSONAL TIME

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

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6:00
PM

7:00
PM

7:00
PM

Availability of
Dinner
Mess kits
Venue for
Dinner

DINNER TIME
Prayer before meal

Supervision of
study time

STUDY TIME
Police Community
Relation Manual
- Basic Principles on
Community Relations
- Principles 1-9
Civil Disturbance
Management
-Police Response in
Crowd Control)
FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance before Time
for All Personnel to Sleep
(TAPS)

9:00
PM

Attendance
Sheet
Defects Noted
9:00
PM

9:30
PM
Issue
Delinquency
Report
Supervision of
TAPS

9:30
PM

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AM
(next
day)

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

TIME FOR ALL


PERSONNEL TO SLEEP
(TAPS)

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

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PARADIGM OF COMMUNITY RELATIONS POLICING

Police Community Relations in Patrolling


Police Community Relations is one of the important issues that the PNP Organization
must address. In this lesson, the PNP Organization through every Police Officer on
the ground should work effectively to win the hearts and minds of every individual in
the community.
1. Patrol the Beat
During the patrol, the team checks alleys, abandoned houses, abnormalities
in the surrounding, communicates with people and asks information about
anything that may affect peace and order, stop and frisk anybody suspected of
concealing weapons or suspiciously loitering around to victimize people, or just
plainly standing and watching people when guarding important facilities.
Types of Beat Patrol
a. Standing and watch duties - A visibility form of duty that is intended for
the protection of important public vital installations and establishments
such as communication towers, bridges, banks, etc. Police officers
on duty in the streets should not sit. It is an indication of laziness and
inefficiency and a proof that he is not doing any police work.
b. Beat Patrol Duties - A walk and observe duty to protect pedestrians, workers,
houses, streets, offices, etc., against criminal elements. It is also an avenue
for communicating with people and forging friendly relations with the
members of the community. The police connects and communicates with
the kids and gives the police the opportunity to communicate with adults
about the crimes in the area and other issues within the neighborhood. It is
important that the police record these conflicts.
2. House Visitation - The main purpose of house visit is to forge relationship and
get information about the status of the household (profiling) and its occupants,
their problems in the community and find out how the police can assist them.
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serves as the security for the activity and at the same time learns how the
interpersonal conversation is conducted.
3. Organize and Mobilize the Community - Every area and house visits conducted
by Police officers should have distinctive purpose connected to organizational
works intended for community mobilization and intervention. The organizational
work conducted by them are all part of community relations.
Note: After one (1) hour of lecture, the FTO will conduct film showing to PTs with
the following guidelines:
Rules on Film Viewing
1. FTO will let the PTs to watch the full videos
2. Scenarios on the videos must be given critiques/comments by each PT. They
are encouraged to explain and discuss their critiques/comments to the whole
class.
3. PTs will make a reaction paper to all videos for FTOs evaluation.
4. Critiques/comments from the FTO.
DOs IN BEAT PATRO L

DONTs IN DOING BEAT PATRO L

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Paradigm of Community Relations Policing


The paradigm of public service is a guiding principle not only adopted by the PNP
but even the greatest leader who ever lived. He who would be greatest among you
must be the servant of all. The PNP believes that to restore the publics trust, there
is a need to change the police culture and commit to a community policing paradigm
built on honor, service, and responsibility.
1. An interactive partnership between the police and the community, in which
citizens have input into the setting of local police department priorities;
2. The return of community Police Officers who patrol in a manner which no longer
isolates them from citizens;
3. Human resources, both within and outside police departments, will be more
emphasized than the hardware and high technology;
4. Police organizations will be adaptable to changing environments and will
confront the emerging issues of the day, whether they are criminal, legal or
political;
5. Police organizations will operate much like private organizations, with a greater
emphasis on quality service, core values, accountability and cost effectiveness;
6. Partnership with the community will be a central focus. Police managers will
recognize the interconnectedness between their activities and those of other
public services, such as housing, welfare and employment agencies. The police
of the future will view themselves as part of a community-wide effort to not only
deal with crime but to improve community life in general.
With the above premises, the PNP has started programs to reorient the
mindset of Police Officers through the development of transformation ideology
that reflects the character of every Police Officer as a well-rounded PCR man,
as good fathers to all the kids, friends to the working adults and loving sons to
the elderly.
Note: After one (1) hour of lecture, the FTO will conduct practical exercises to PTs
with the following guidelines:
Rules on Performing Practical Exercises
1. Two (2) or more groups of PTs will perform the same scenario.
2. Scenarios must be role played by the Police Trainees for evaluation on their
actions.
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3. Critique after groups performance.


SCENARIO
?
Actions Expected to be Taken by a Police Officer
1. Scene
a. scene.
b. happened.
c. officer.
d. fire.
e. line.
2. Assistance
3. injured.
4. fire.
5. ).
6. help.
7.
yourself.
8. the victim.
9. Response Team.
10. function.

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TRAINING GOAL
In

this

module,

the

Police

Trainees

will

understand the importance of their relationship


to the community they are patrolling.

TRAINING OBJECTIV ES

INTRODUCTION
Police

T.O. # 5.1. Apply the Police Community Relation


while in Patrol Operations
T.O. # 5.2. Enumerates and apply the DOs and
DONT while conducting patrol in the community

Community

Relation is one of the important

issues that the PNP Organization must attain. In this


lesson, the PNP Organization throug h its ev ery Police
Officer on the ground should work eff ectiv ely to WIN
THE HEARTS AND MINDS of ev ery indiv idual in the
community they swore to serv e.

Patrol the Beat

Types of Beat Patrol

During the patrol, the team checks alley s, aband one d

A. Standing and watch duties

houses, abnormalities in the surrounding, commun icates


with people and asks inf ormation about any thing that may

B. Beat Patrol Duties

affect peace and order, stop and frisk any body suspected
of concealing weapons or suspiciously loitering around to
v ictimize people, or just plainly standing and watching
people when guarding important f acilities.

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House Visitatio n
The mai n pur pose of house v isit is f orging relationshi p
and getting

inf ormation

about the status of the

household (p rof iling) and its occupants, their problems


in the community and f ind out how the police can
assist them.

The v eteran member usually undertakes

the questioning while the rookie serv es as the security

Organize and Mobilize the Community


Ev ery area and house v isits conducted by Police
Officers should hav e distinctiv e purpose connected to
organi zational

works

intended

mobilization a nd interv ention.

f or

community

The organi zatio nal

works conducted by them are all part of community


relations.

f or the activ ity and at the same time learns how the
interpersonal conv ersation is conducted.

RULES ON FILM VIEWING


FTO will let the Police Trainees to watch the f ull
v ideos.
Scenarios on the v ideos must be giv en critiques/

VIDEO FILM CLIP

comments by each Police Trainees and explain and


discuss their critiques/comments to the whole class.
Police Trainees will make a reaction paper to all
v ideos f or FTOs ev aluations.
Critiques/comments f rom the FTO.

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DISCUSS/PRESENT Y OUR COMMENTS ON THIS VIDEO

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TRAINING GOAL
In this module, the Police Trainees will un derstan d
the

importance

of

their

relationship

to

the

community they are patrolling.

At the end of the lesson, the Police Trainees will


T.O. # 5.1. Identif y all Paradigm of Community -Based
Policing
T.O. # 5.2. Enumerates and apply the procedures of
First Responders in the incidents of gunshot
wounds v ictims

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INTRODUCTION

PARADIGM OF COMMUNITY-BASED

POLICING

The pa radigm of public serv ice is a guiding principle n ot


only adopted by the PNP but ev en the greatest leader
who ev er liv ed. He said, I came not to BE serv ed, but
TO serv e. And, He who would be g reatest among y ou
must be the serv ant of all.

An interactiv e partnership between the police and the


community,

in which

citizens

hav e input

into the

setting of local police department priorities;

The PNP believ es that to

restore the publics trust there is a need to change


police culture and commit to a community policing

The return of community police officers who patrol in a


manner which no longer isolates them f rom citizens;

paradigm built on honor, serv ice, and responsibility.

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PARADIGM OF COMMUNITY-BASED

POLICING

PARADIGM OF COMMUNITY-BASED

POLICING

Human resources, both within and outside p olice


departments,

will be more emphasize d

than the

Police organi zations will ope rate much like priv ate
organi zations, with a greater emphasis on quality

hardware and high technology ;

serv ice,
Police organizations will be adaptabl e to changin g

core

v alues,

accountability

and

cost

ef f ectiveness;

env ironments and will conf ront the emerging issues of


the day, whether they BE criminal, legal or political;

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POLICING

Partnership with the community will be a central f ocus.


Police managers wi ll recognize the interconnectedn ess
between

their

activ ities

and those

of

other

SCENARIOS

public

serv ices, such as housing, welf are and employ ment


agencies. The p olice of the f uture will v iew themselv es
as one part of a community -wide ef fort to not only deal
with crime but to improv e community lif e in general.

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RULES ON PERFORMING PRACTICAL EXE R C IS E S

SCENARIO

Two (2) or more groups

of Police Trainees will

perf orm the same scenario

While

a Police

Officers are doing a regular

police

v isibility, the Police Off icer and the buddy happens to

Scenarios must be role play ed by the Police Trainees


f or ev aluation on their actions

Critiques af ter groups perf ormance

see two (2) unidentif ied persons

promptly shot an

indiv idual who happens to be a businessman. Suspects


immediately f led af ter the incidents. If y ou are that
Police Of f icers, what are y ou going to do in that ev ent?

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TARGET AUDIENCE

8 - 10 Police Trainees

DAY

39

VENUE

As appropriate

TIME ALLOTTED

Eight (8) Hours

LEARNING AIDS

Laptop with LCD Projector/Overhead


Projector/Flip chart, Whiteboard and Marker

POLICE TRAINEES
REQUIREMENTS

PTs prescribed uniform (Tamang Bihis)


PTs Guide
Notebook/Tickler, Miranda Warning Card
Sheets of paper

TRAINING REFERENCES

Police Community Relations Manual


(Revised) January 2011, Civil Disturbance
Management

TRAINING GOAL

.
TRAINING OBJECTIVES

In this block of instruction, the PTs will


understand the importance of their relationship
to the community they are patrolling.
After this block of instruction, the PTs will be
able to:

T.O. #1 : Identify the important basic principles of Police Community Relations


policing; and
T.O. #2 : List the basic steps in community relations policing; and
T.O. #3 : Enumerates and apply the procedures of police response in crowd
control.

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FTOS NOTE: Check the appropriate boxes or circles indicated in the daily training
schedule.

DAILY TRAINING SCHEDULE


D
A
Y

TIME

4:00
AM

7:00
AM

D AY 3 9

5:00
AM

5:00
AM

7:00
AM

8:00
AM

FTO CHECKLIST

INVOCATION
Morning Prayer

Distribution of
Cleaning
Materials
Designation of
AOR
Availability and
Distribution of
Breakfast

PERSONAL NECESSITIES/
CLEANING OF
AOR/BREAKFAS T AOR
Clean-up Personal
hygiene Wearing of
prescribed uniform
Breakfast: Prayer before
meal

Attendance
Sheet
(7:00 AM-7:15
AM) Rank
Inspection
(7:15 AM-7:45
AM)
Defects Noted

FORMATION AND RANK


INSPECTION
Daily Personnel
Accounting Report

Principles 1-9

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AM

REMARKS

First Call (4:00


AM) Attention
Call (4:05 AM)
Assembly Call
(4:15 AM)
Accounting
(4:20 AM)

Issue
Delinquency
Report

8:00
AM

ACTIVITIES

Completed
Not Completed

REVEILLE
Calisthenics/
Warm-up Exercises/
Physical Conditioning
Road Run

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Rank Inspection
Tamang Bihis
Proper haircut
Tickler/Ballpen/Hanky
Handcuff
Socks
Buckle
Mustache
Finger nails
TOPIC PRESENTATION:
BASIC PRINCIPLES OF
POLICE COMMUNITY
POLICIES
Principles 1 to 9
Basic Steps in CommunityBased Policing

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Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Complet ed

oLecture
oPractical
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oLecture
oPractical
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9:00
AM

12:00
NN

1:00
PM

12:00
NN

1:00
PM

Availability of
the PTs
Availability of
the area
Availability of
the equipment

RULES AND GUIDELINES


OF THE ACTIVITIES HAD
BEEN EXPLAINED

Availability of
Lunch
Mess Kits
Venue for
Lunch

LUNCH BREAK
Prayer before meal

Attendance
Sheet for roll
call formation

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance in the
Afternoon

1:15
PM

Briefing
Map of the
AOR
1:15
PM

4:45
PM

Assign a PT to
recap the
activities of day
Issues and
concerns
Open Forum
Guidance
4:45
PM

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Completed
Not Completed

Yes
No
Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

BRIEFING
Prior to dispatch for field
immersion
FIELD IMMERSION Area
familiarization through
actual tour (mobility or
by foot/walk the beat
etc.)
RECAPITULATION

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Summary of the activities
for the day
Not Completed
Announce to the Police
As appropriate
Trainees to watch the
Reason(s):
following video clips in
You tube:
- I Love this COP. Best
Open Carry Stop Over
- Good Guy COP
- Atlanta Polic e Officers
Pepper S pray Kids and
Beat Helpless Man
Closing Prayer

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6:00
PM

7:00
PM

9:00
PM

6:00
PM

7:00
PM

Supervision on
personal
tasking

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Availability of
Dinner
Mess kits
Venue for
Dinner

DINNER TIME
Prayer before meal

Supervision of
study time

STUDY TIME
Completed
Police Community
Relations Manual
Not Completed
Read the following Manuals
As appropriate
- Police Community
Reason(s):
Relatives Manuals
(Types of Community
Relation Policing)
- Manuals for CICL
- First Responders
(Fire Incidents)

Attendance
Sheet
Defects Noted

FORMATION

9:00
PM

9:30
PM

4:00
AM
(next
day)

Completed

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Issue
Delinquency
Report
Supervision of
TAPS
9:30
PM

PERSONAL TIME

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Roll Call Formation/


Attendance before Time
for All Personnel to Sleep
(TAPS)

TIME FOR ALL


PERSONNEL TO SLEEP
(TAPS)

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

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BASIC PRINCIPLES OF POLICE COMMUNITY RELATIONS POLICING

INTRODUCTION
Community Relations Policing is one of the strategies the PNP is pushing through.
In this program, the units responsible in a specific area must be familiar with the
problem of the community through its personnel assigned in the community.
Principle No. 1: Prevention of Crime is the Basic Mission of the Police
The basic mission of the police is to prevent crime and ensure a peaceful
and orderly community interaction without the necessity of resorting to military
intervention. The need therefore to enforce laws and ordinances that protect lives
and properties and maintenance of peace and order are preconditions that limit
the formation of conflict in the environment and therefore ensure public order and
safety. When the police is already in crime deterrence and control function, then it
is approximating a failure to perform its basic mission.
Principle No. 2: Police Must be Respected by the Community
The ability of the police to perform its duties is dependent upon public approval
of police existence, actions, behavior, and the ability to secure and maintain public
respect. Mr. Davis wrote that No Policemen can work in a hostile environment.
Principle No. 3: A Citizens Respect for Law Develops his Respect for the
Police
The police must secure the cooperation of the public in voluntary observance of
the law to secure and maintain the respect and approval of the public. The police
must have a conscious and deliberate effort to influence the community about the
need to enjoin or at the very least, persuade every citizen not to violate the law or
tolerate among those who do.
Principle No. 4: Cooperation of the Public Decreases as the Use of Force
Increases
The degree of cooperation of the public that can be secured diminishes
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achieving police objectives. An officer with the ability to firmly but pleasantly solicit
the cooperation of individual or groups can frequently accomplish, through their
cooperation, what it might take scores of officers to accomplish through the use
of a hard approach to the situation. In areas where there has been a pattern of
using strong physical force to achieve police objectives, a concurrent pattern
of resistance develops within the individual or group. The result is resistance and
lack of cooperation on the part of the law violator and the subsequent necessity for
resorting to force on the part of the police. The use of force is thus self-perpetuating.
Principle No. 5: The Police Must Render Impartial Enforcement on the Law
The police seeks and preserves public favor, not by service to the law, in
complete independence of policy, and without regard to the justice or injustice of
the substance of individuals; by ready offering of individual service and friendship
to all members of society without regard to their race or social standing; by ready
exercise of courtesy and friendly good humor; and by ready offering of
individual sacrifice in protecting and preserving life.
It is not the job of a police officer to determine what the legislators should say
on what constitutes a crime. It is not the mission of the police to judge whether
any law is good, bad, too harsh, or too lenient. Laws are subject to change.
However, when the law is established, it is job of the police officer to enforce that
law impartially.
Principle No. 6: Physical Force is Used Only as a Last Resort
The police should use physical force to the extent necessary to secure
observance of the law or to restore order only when the exercise of persuasion,
advice, and warning is found to be insufficient to achieve police objectives. The
police should use only the minimum degree of physical force which is necessary
on any particular occasion for achieving a police objective.
Principle No. 7: The Police is the Public and the Public is the Police
The police at all times should maintain a relationship with the public that gives
reality to the historic tradition that the Police is the public and the public is the
police. The police officers are the only members of the public who are paid to give
full-time attention to duties which are incumbent on every citizen in the interest of
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Principle No. 8: Police Represents the Law


The police should always direct their actions strictly towards their functions
and never appear to usurp the powers of the Judiciary by avenging individuals or
judging guilt or punishing the guilty.
Principle No. 9: The Absence of Crime and Disorder is the Test of Police
Effeciency
The test of police efficiency is the absence of crime and disorder, not the visible
evidence of police action in dealing with them.
Note: After one (1) hour of lecture, the FTO will conduct practical exercises to PTs
with the following guidelines:
Rules on Performing Practical Exercises
1. Two (2) or more groups of PTs will perform the same scenario.
2. Scenarios must be role played by the PTs for evaluation on their actions.
3. Critique after groups performance.
SCENARIO 1
?
Actions Expected to be Taken by a Police Officer/s
1.
.
2. Officer.
3. im.
4. H.
5. rights.
6. T Investigator.

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7. assistance.
Basic Steps in Community-Based Policing
Dealing with the community is one of the very tough duties a police officer can go
through. One of the reasons is that individuals living in one community have different
likes and attitudes. So in this lesson, the police officer should acquire techniques to
deal with these issues.
1. Forging relationships establishing relations, either personal or professional,
is a key factor that establishes credibility and confidence so that the information
intended to be conveyed to the other party can be trusted and relied upon.
2. Use of information public information is a vital tool to raise awareness
and knowledge that creates impression over certain facts. When various sets
of information become substantial to form a belief that a thing is probably true
or an event is certain to happen, then the credibility of the source and
the reliability and accuracy of the information becomes a persuasive tool to
influence shaping the perception. This also influences the decision-making of
the receiver of the information.
3. Shaping individuals perceptions when the use of information is properly
done, (i.e. appropriate in the environment), then the educative and illuminative
process of injecting information to the consciousness of the receiver becomes
the dominant and the controlling factor that affects the decision making process
of the receiver of the information.
4. Community organization and mobilization The visible indicators that
community perceptions have been shaped in favor of law enforcement action
is the reduced resistance or non-resistance of the members of the community
towards any forms of policing actions. This makes them willing to be organized
and form groups for the welfare of the community and harmony of its interaction.
This willingness to participate in policing action is necessarily construed to
mean public support. In community policing however, mere public cooperation
would be sufficient for the police as this would mean working in a non-hostile
environment.
Note: After one (1) hour of lecture, the FTO will conduct practical exercises to PTs
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Rules on Film Viewing


1. FTO will let the PTs watch the full video clips.
2. Scenarios on the videos must be critiqued on by each PTs and each are
encouraged to explain and discuss their comments to the whole class.
3. PTs will make a reaction paper on all videos for FTOs evaluations.
4. FTO to share critique/comments.

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TRAINING GOAL
In this module, the Police Trainees will understand
the importance of their relationship to the community
they are patrolling.

INTRODUCTION

TRAINING OBJECTIVE

Community -based policing is one of the strategies the


At the end of the lesson, the Police Trainees will:

PNP Organization is pushing through. In this program,

T.O. # 5.1 Identif y the important basic principles of

the Units responsible in a specif ic area can be f amiliar


with the probl em of the community through its police

police community relation policing


T.O. # 5.2 Enumerates and apply the procedures of

personnel assigned with the community.

Police Response in Crowd Control.

Basic Principles of Com m unity-Based Policing

Basic Principles of Com m unity-Based Policing

Principle No.1

Principle No. 4

PREVENTION OF CRIME IS THE BASIC MISSION OF


THE POLICE

MUST

OF THE PUBLIC DECREASES AS

THE USE OF FORCE INCREASES

Principle No. 2
POLICE

COOPERATION

Principle No. 5
BE

RESPECTED

BY

THE

COMMUNITY

THE

POLICE

MUST

IMPARTIAL

ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAW

Principle No. 3

Principle No. 6

A CITIZENS RESPECT

FOR

HIS RESPECT FOR THE POLICE

LAW

DEVELOPS

PHY SICAL FORCE IS USED

ONLY AS A LAST

RESORT

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Principle No. 7
THE POLICE ARE THE PUBLIC AND THE PUBLIC
ARE THE POLICE

SCENARIOS

Principle No. 8
POLICE REPRESENTS THE LAW
Principle No. 9
THE ABSENCE OF CRIME AND DISORDER IS THE
TEST OF POLICE EFFECIENCY

RULES ON PERFORMING PRACTICAL EXE R C IS E S

SCENARIO 1

Two

(2) or more groups

of Police Trainees will

perf orm the same scenario

While dispersing a large group of demonstrators in a


rally, one Police Off icer saw that one male person is

Scenarios must be role play ed by the Police Trainees

mauling a Police Off icer which happened to be a good

f or ev aluation on their actions


Critiques af ter groups perf ormance

classmate when the Police Off icer is still in the trainin g.


If y ou are the Police Of f icer who happens to see y our
buddy in that situation, what are y ou going to do?

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TRAINING GOAL
In this module, the Police Trainees will understand
the importance of their relationship to the community
they are patrolling.

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TRAINING OBJECTIVE

INTRODUCTION

At the end of the lesson, the Police Trainees will:

Dealing with the community is one of the v ery tough

T.O. # 5.1. List the basic steps in community relation

duties of a Police Officers can go through f or one of


the reasons is that ev ery indiv iduals living in one

policing

community hav e diff erent likes and attitudes. So in this


lesson, the Police Of f icer should acquired techniques
when dealing with these issues.

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14

Basic Steps in Com m unity-Based Policing

Forging relationships

VIDEO FILM CLIP

Use of inf ormation


Shaping perceptions and inf luencing their thoughts
Community organization and mobilization

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FORGING RELATIONSHIP AND SHAPING PERCEPTIONS

FTO will let the Police Trainees to watch the f ull


v ideos.
Scenarios on the v ideos must be giv en critiques/
comments by each Police Trainees and explain and
discuss their critiques/comments to the whole class.
Police Trainees will make a reaction paper to all
v ideos f or FTOs ev aluations.
Critiques/comments f rom the FTO.

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USE OF INFORMATION AND SHAPING PERCEPTIONS

PROHIBITIONS ON COMMUNITY RELATION

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TARGET AUDIENCE

8 - 10 Police Trainees

DAY

40

VENUE

As appropriate

TIME ALLOTTED

Eight (8) Hours

LEARNING AIDS

Laptop with LCD Projector/Overhead


Projector/Flip chart, Whiteboard and Marker

POLICE TRAINEES
REQUIREMENTS

PTs prescribed uniform (Tamang Bihis)


PTs Guide
Notebook/Tickler, Miranda Warning Card
Sheets of paper

TRAINING REFERENCES

Police Community Relations Manual (Revised)


January 2011, Childrens In Conflict of the Law
Manual, First Responders Manual

TRAINING GOAL

TRAINING OBJECTIVES

In this block of instruction, the PTs will


understand the importance of their relationship
to the community they are patrolling.
After this block of instruction, the PTs will be
able to:

T.O.# 1 : Enumerate the different activities in community-relations policing and


crime prevention;
T.O.# 2 : Enumerate the patrol activities in relation to PCR;
T.O.# 3 : Enumerate the different community policing and crime prevention;
T.O.# 4 : Enumerate the different community interaction in doing PCR;
T.O.# 5 : Enumerates and apply the First Responders in Childrens in Conflict of
the Law; and
T.O.# 6 : Enumerates and apply the procedures of First Responders in the fire
Incidents.

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FTOS NOTE: Check the appropriate boxes or circles indicated in the daily training
schedule.

DAILY TRAINING SCHEDULE


D
A
Y

TIME

4:00
AM

7:00
AM

D AY 4 0

5:00
AM

5:00
AM

7:00
AM

8:00
AM

FTO CHECKLIST
First Call (4:00
AM) Attention
Call (4:05 AM)
Assembly Call
(4:15 AM)
Accounting
(4:20 AM)

INVOCATION
Morning Prayer

Distribution of
Cleaning
Materials
Designation of
AOR
Availability and
Distribution of
Breakfast

PERSONAL NECESSITIES/
CLEANING OF
AOR/BREAKFAS T AOR
Clean-up Personal
hygiene Wearing of
prescribed uniform
Breakfast: Prayer before
meal

Attendance
Sheet
(7:00 AM-7:15
AM) Rank
Inspection
(7:15 AM-7:45
AM)
Defects Noted

FORMATION AND RANK


INSPECTION
Daily Personnel
Accounting Report

Issue
Delinquency
Report

8:00
AM

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9:00
AM

ACTIVITIES

Communitybased Policing
and Crime
Prevention

REMARKS
Completed
Not Completed

REVEILLE
Calisthenics/
Warm-up Exercises/
Physical Conditioning
Road Run

Rank Inspection
Tamang Bihis
Proper haircut
Tickler/Ballpen/Hanky
Handcuff
Socks
Buckle
Mustache
Finger nails

As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

TOPIC PRESENTATION:
COMMUNITY-BAS ED
POLICING AND CRIME
PREVENTION
Three (3) Types of
Activities for Crime
Prevention

Complet ed

oLecture
oPractical
Exercises

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Patrol Activities
Organizational Works
Community Inter-action

Not Completed

oLecture
oPractical

Exercises

9:00
AM

12:00
NN

1:00
PM

1:15
PM

4:45
PM

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NN

1:00
PM

Availability of
the PTs
Availability of
the area
Availability of
the equipment

RULES AND GUIDELINES


OF THE ACTIVITIES HAD
BEEN EXPLAINED

Availability of
Lunch
Mess Kits
Venue for
Lunch

LUNCH BREAK
Prayer before meal

Attendance
Sheet for roll
call formation

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance in the
Afternoon

1:15
PM

5:00
PM

Not Completed

Yes
No
Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Briefing
Map of the
AOR

BRIEFING
Prior to dispatch for field
immersion

Assign a PT to
recap the
activities of day
Issues and
concerns
Open Forum
Guidance

FIELD IMMERSION Area


familiarization through
actual tour (mobility or
by foot/walk the beat
etc.)
RECAPITULATION
Summary of the activities
for the day
Announcement for the
activities of the following
day
- Prepare to read
investigation manuals for
Investigation Phase
Closing Prayer: The Lords
Prayer (Our Father)

4:45
PM

Completed

FIE L D

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

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Supervision on
personal
tasking
5:00
PM

6:00
PM

7:00
PM

7:00
PM

As appropriate
Reason(s):
Availability of
Dinner
Mess kits
Venue for
Dinner

DINNER TIME
Prayer before meal

Supervision of
study time

STUDY TIME

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As appropriate
Reason(s):

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

9:30
PM

4:00
AM
(next
day)

Completed
Not Completed

9:00
PM

Issue
Delinquency
Report
Supervision of
TAPS
9:30
PM

Completed
Not Completed

6:00
PM

Attendance
Sheet
Defects Noted
9:00
PM

PERSONAL TIME

FORMATION
Roll Call Formation/
Attendance before Time
for All Personnel to Sleep
(TAPS)

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

TIME FOR ALL


PERSONNEL TO SLEEP
(TAPS)

Completed
Not Completed
As appropriate
Reason(s):

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TRAINING MANUSCRIPT
COMMUNITY RELATION POLICING AND CRIME PREVENTION

INTRODUCTION
Community-based Policing is a system that links and bonds the police to the
community and creates stronger and cohesive community interactions. Exchanges of
information are fast due to established Police Community Relations. Everyone knows
one another, talk to and trust each other, and confident that their police can be relied
upon for keeping the peace and making the community safer.
Three (3) Types of Community-based Policing Activities for Crime Prevention
1. Patrol activities These activities are conducted so that the police and its
auxiliaries can be seen and felt by the community. This can be accomplished
by patrolling combined with other patrol related activities such as:
a. Traffic Direction and Control to keep the movement of people and goods
in an orderly manner and avoid potentials for conflict.
b. Fixed and Mobile Checkpoints to deny the proliferation and movement
of instruments of crime, and prevent movement of people with criminal
records and intents. Enforcement of traffic laws/ordinances, Firearms Laws,
Drug and Human Trafficking Laws, Anti-fencing and Piracy Laws, etc. that
protects lives and properties can also be done alongside the patrol and
checkpoint activities.
2. Organizational works Community policing cannot be undertaken solely by
the police. It will need the help of various sectors in the community. The following
organizations are material in the upkeep of peace and order and public safety
activities:
a. Barangay Peacekeeping Action Teams (BPATS)
b. Anti-Drug Councils and Movements
c. Council of Elders
d. Radio and Social Networking Clubs

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e. Fire and Disaster Brigades


f. Livelihood Cooperatives
g. Sports Club
h. Skills Development Club
3. Community Interaction It is an indispensable tool in bringing the police
closer to the people. This requires the police to be visible in the community and
make its presence physically felt. Community interaction is done in two ways
such as:
a. Area Visit The Community or Area visit is conducted for several specific
purposes and is designed to attain the following objectives using an 8-man
team composition.
(1) A police visibility or presence to neutralize or drive out a larger group of
insurgents or criminal gangs in the community.
(2) Conduct peripheral visit and forge relationships with the people in the
area by conducting interpersonal dialogue, establish rapport and o ffer
friendship.
(3) Educate the people in the community about recent news that may capture
their interest and when reciprocated, volunteer other information about
current events, livelihood and important laws that may affect their lives.
b. House Visit it is an interpersonal interaction that brings the police closer to
the communities, connects the police with the public, informs the community
of various matters that affect their lives starting from issues involving
peace and order, laws that affect their daily activities (FAs, Anti-fencing,
Anti-Illegal drug and human trafficking. etc), economics, social and cultural
issues, health, social inventions, to as odd as lives of celebrities. Issues
in promoting discipline within the household and other issues may also be
discussed during the visit.
Note: After one (1) hour of lecture, the FTO will conduct practical exercises
to PTs with the following guidelines:

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Rules on Performing Practical Exercises


1. Two (2) or more groups of PTs will perform the same scenario.
2. Scenarios must be role played by the PTs for evaluation on their actions.
3. Critique after group performance.
SCENARIO 1
do?
Actions Expected to be Taken by a Police Officer/s
1. manner.
2. attention.
3. necessary.
4. child.
5. her rights.
6.
Desk.
SCENARIO 2
While
do?
Actions Expected to be Taken by a Police Officer/s
1. Officer.
2. department.

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3. Alert residents in the


4. scene.
5. scene.
6. scene.
7. fire scene.
8. diversions.
9. fire.

10. located.

Now, with Gods help, I shall become myself.


Sren Kierk egaard

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MODULE V SLIDES

TRAINING GOAL
In this module, the Police Trainees will understand
the importance of their relationship to the community
they are patrolling.

TRAINING OBJECTIVES

TRAINING OBJECTIVES

At the end of the lesson, the Police Trainees will:

At the end of the lesson, the Police Trainees will:

T.O. # 5.1 Enumerate the dif f erent activities in

T.O. # 5.4 Enumerate the dif f erent community inter

community relation policing and crime prev ention


T.O. # 5.2 Enumerate the patrol activ ities in relation to
PCR

action in doing PCR


T.O. # 5.5 Enumerates and apply the First Responders
in Childrens in Conf lict of the Law

T.O. # 5.3 Enumerate the PCR dif f erent community

T.O. # 5.6 Enumerates and apply the procedures of

relation policing and crime prev ention

First Responders in the f ire Incidents.

Community -Based Policing is a sy stem that links and

Three (3) Ty pes of Community Relation Policin g Activ ities


For
Crime Prev ention

INTRODUCTION

bonds the police to the community and creates stronger


and cohesiv e community interactions.
inf ormation
Community

are

f ast

due

to

Exchanges of

established

Police

Relations. Ev ery one knows one another,

1. Patrol activ ities


2. Organizational works
3. Community Interaction

talk to and trust each other, and co nf ident that their


police can be relied upon f or keeping the peace and
making the community saf er.

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PATROL ACTIVITIES FOR PCR

PATROL ACTIVITIES FOR PCR


Fixed

and

Mobile

Checkpoints

to

deny

the

prolif eration and mov ement of instruments of crime, and


Traff ic Direction and Control to keep the mov ement of

prev ent mov ement of people with criminal records and

people and goods in an orderly manner and av oid

intents.

potentials f or conf lict.

Enf orcement

of

traffic

laws/ordina nces,

Firearms laws, Drug and Human Traf f icking laws, Anti


-f encing and Piracy laws, etc. that protects liv es and
properties can also be done alongside the patrol and
checkpoint activ ities.

DIFFERENT COMMUNITY INTER-A CTIONFOR PCR


1. Area Visit

SCENARIOS

2. House Visit

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RULES ON PERFORMING PRACTICAL EXERCISES

SCENARIO 3

Two

(2) or more groups

of Police Trainees will

A Police Officers while

perf orm the same scenario

middle

Scenarios must be role play ed by the Police Trainees

v iolent children.

f or ev aluation on their actions

arrest,

Critiques af ter groups perf ormance

doing police v isibility in the

of the night, encountered


While the Police

the y oung

children

a group
Off icers

v iolently

of y oung
eff ecting

resisting

the

apprehension made by the Police Of f icers. If y ou are


the Police Of f icers, what are y ou going to do?

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SCENARIO 2

While a Police Off icer is off duty and resting at home


coming
suddenly

f rom

a two

(2)

day

approached

by

continuous
neighbors

operations

and

askin g

assistance that a f ire broke out in one of the houses in


their neighborhoo d. If y ou are that Police Off icer who is
resting coming f rom rigid operations, what are y ou going
to do?

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SUMMARY
It is the mission of the Field Training Program and the Field Training Officer to:
1. Ensure that the Police Trainees are provided with a fundamental understanding
of what police patrol is all about.
2. Provide the Police Trainees with realistic career expectations as well as a
legitimate and useful motivation for the development of a professional police
career.
3. Provide the Police Trainees with the competency to perform the duties of a
Police Officer in the Philippine National Police adhering to standard professional
norms.
4. Maintain and Adhere to testing standards
a. On Evaluation and Examination
Police Trainees must score a minimum of 75% on any written test, such
as module or weekly examinations.
b. On Practical or Skills Testing
Police Trainees must score a minimum of 80% in any practical skills test,
such as the traffic direction and control and any of the practical exercises
they are subjected to.

My lovely shining fragile brok en house


is filled with flowers and founded on a rock .
Madeleine LEngle

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EVALUATION AND DELIBERATION


PATROL PHASE
NAME OF THE PT:
MODULE I.
Training Objective #1:

Completed
Not Completed

Training Objective #2:

Completed
Not Completed

FTO Evaluation:

Passed

Failed (Retraining)
Reason:

Print Name & Signature


Date

COP Evaluation and Review:

Passed

Failed (Retraining)
Reason:

Print Name & Signature


Date

Directors Approval:

Passed

Failed (Retraining)
Reason:

Print Name & Signature


Date

EVALUATION AND DELIBERATION

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TECHNICAL WORKING GROUP


NAME

OFFICE / UNIT

DESIGNATION

PCSUPT LYNDEL A. DESQUITADO 0-02053

DHRDD

Member

PCSUPT MANUEL CESAR A. PRIETO 0-01025

DHRDD

Member

PCSUPT VICENTE A. LOOT 0-04343

PNP TS

Member

PSSUPT JEROME S. BAXINELA 0-01497

DHRDD

Member

PSSUPT AGUSTIN E. SENOT 0-05686

DHRDD

Member

PSSUPT JOHN Q. SOSITO 0-07842

PNP TS

Member

PSSUPT ERNESTO T. BARLAM 0-04747

NCRPO

Member

PSSUPT JUANITA S. NEBRAN 0-04638

DIDM

Member

PSSUPT BENIGNO B. DURANA 0-02847

DO

Member

PSSUPT ERICSON T. VELASQUEZ 0-00690

DIDM

Member

PSSUPT BARTOLOME R. BUSTAMANTE 0-06951

CIDG

Member

PSUPT OLIVER S. TANSECO 0-09126

HPG

Member

PSUPT ELY C. PINTANG 0-01480

NCRPO

Member

PSUPT EXPEDITO M. ORILLA 0-03613

DI

Member

PSUPT PAMELA D. BALASABAS 0-08483

PNP TS

Head Secretariat

PCINSP CRISANTO A. AVILES 0-16107

DHRDD

PCINSP REYNALDO G. RAMOS 0-16060

PRO MIMAROPA Member

PCINSP ROBERTO V. ALDEA 0-17142

DPCR

Member

PCINSP JONA G. ANDANAR 0-16723

HS

Member

PCINSP MARIO C. MANAHAN 0-17097

NCRPO

Member

PSINSP BARRY F. DOLLENTE 0-18603

NCRPO

Member

SECRETARIAT

PINSP KNOWME L. SIA 0-23107

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Member

NCRPO

Member

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PATROL GROUP
PSUPT ESPERIDION B. BUCTOLAN
Team Leader
PSUPT DANTE L. MABASA
PSUPT NARCISO O. BAYUGO
PSUPT RONNIE R. VISCO
PCINSP ARTHUR D. BAYBAYAN
PCINSP LINDLEY T. BARRIENTOS
PCINSP DEXTER M. CALACAR
PCINSP JOHNNY I. CAPALOS
PCINSP NOEL D. RAMIREZ
PSINSP RODOLFO M. DONGIAPON
PSINSP REXON G. LAYUG PINSP
ARIEL G. CAMBRI
SPO2 REMEGIO F. NOMIO
SPO1 ROY R. QUINITO
PO3 JONATHAN C. MURILLO
PO2 VIOLETO D. PEPITO JR

TECHNICAL W ORKING GROUP

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STRATEGIC FOCUS 1:COMPETENCE


1 {:1te}1sif y Policy Reform;
Review and pursue legislative agenda;
Improve the Field Training Program (FTP} with emphasis on Field Training
Exercise (Patrol, Traffic and First respon der);
Standardize Specialized Courses for Opera tio nal Support
Staff /Units/Teams;
Improvem e nt of existing Non-Unifo rm e d Personnel (NUP) courses and
development of competency courses for NUPs; and
Enhance operatio nal procedu res and practices
STRATEGIC FOCUS 2:ORGANIZATIO N AL DEVELOPMENT

Streamline the Organization;


Implement the concept of "My IP is the Key", at all levels nation wid e ;
Standardize recruitm e nt, selection and placement of police personn el;
Instill leaders hip down to the lowest level to communicate and implem e nt
change; and
Complement or support organiza tio na l deve lop m e nt throu gh efficie n t
resource management.
STRATEGIC FOCUS 3:DISCIPLINE
Establish mechanism to determ in e the level of disciplin e of PNP personn el;
Institutionalize reforms and mecha nism to fast track the resolution of admin
cases against PNP personn el; and
Enhance Counter- Intelligence effor ts against erring PNP personnel.
STRATEGIC FOCUS 4: EXCELLENCE
Integrate the 'Subukan N'yo Po Komi' SMS Cente r with the PNP TXT 2920;
Establish an effective feedback mechanism as the basis for evalua tion
and assessment on the perfo rm a n ce of field units;
Fully implem e n t the adopted ICT-assisted based systems to support
adminis trative functions, inves tig ation and police operations;
Redesign the PNP uniforms and institute safeguards against unauthorized
manu facture and use; and
Provide quality service to the people and the community.
STRATEGIC FOCUS 5: PROFESSIONALISM
S tandard ize Placem en t and Promotio n System based on merit and fitness,
at all levels;
Develop various levels of expert professionals in the organiz ation :
Rationalize Rewards and Incentives System and Enhance Morale and
Welfare Program ;
Contin uo usly review and update police opera tio na l proced u res and other
policy manuals; and
Improve intern al and external commun icatio ns throug h proactive media
program

Published by:
Directorate for Human Resource and Doctrine Development
Philippine National Police
2014