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Annex 1 Description of each POPS Plan Component

A. Review of Local Strategic Directions (Vision, Mission and Goals)


This Chapter consists of the general information about the Local Government Unit
(LGU), and its Vision, Mission, Goals Statements, consistent with the existing plans of
the LGU, in which it enumerates the strategic and desirable direction of the LGU and
the community.
B. Peace & Order and Public Safety Situation
This Chapter contains consolidated data, presentations and reports submitted by local
authorities relative to the situation of criminality, peace and security in the locality.
C. Priority Peace and Order and Public Safety Challenges
This Chapter is the review and analysis of situation reports presented in Chapter B,
which focuses on the division or classification of said peace, order and security issues
into Priorities, Advocacies, and other categories
D. Objectives, Strategies, Targets, Indicators and Baseline Data
Objectives, Strategies, Targets, Indicators and Baseline Data shall be enumerated in this
Chapter, based on the priority peace and order and public safety issues or challenges
identified in Chapter C.
E. Policies, Programs, Projects, Services and Activities (P/P/P/S/As)
This Chapter enumerates the Policies needed to be issued, Programs, Projects,
Activities needed to be conducted, and Services to be delivered that will complement
the objective and targets in each priority Peace and Order and Public Safety Issue.
F. Implementation

Arrangements

(Office/r

Primarily

Responsible

for

the

Program/Activity Implementation)
This chapter enumerates the Agencies, Offices, Committees, Organizations or Entities
primarily responsible for the implementation of each P/P/P/S/A.
G. Funding Requirements
This chapter specifies the amount, source of fund, and type of fund needed in each
P/P/P/S/A listed in Chapter E.
H. POPS Plan Monitoring and Evaluation
This Chapter focuses on the Actual Accomplishment or Implementation and Fund
Allocation of P/P/P/S/As in relation to the projected or proposed ones.
I. Communicating Results to the Public and to the Stakeholders
This Chapter focuses on the development of a communication plan, i.e., strategies or
communication tools to advocate, disseminate and/or promote peace and order and
public safety policies, programs, projects, services, and activities, and encourage

Annex 1 Description of each POPS Plan Component

stakeholders to create an integrated and synchronized efforts in addressing peace and


order and public safety issues.
J. Annexes
This Chapter may include all other attachments or supporting documents.

Note:
Chapters C*, D, E, F and G are in matrix form, while Chapters A, B, C, H and I are in narrative form.

* The Priority Peace and Order and Public Safety Challenge Column in the POPS Plan matrix form
requires only the keyword or phrase.

Annex 2 Peace and Order and Public Safety Plan Matrix Template

Peace and Order and


Public Safety
Challenge

Objective

Strategy

Policies,
Programs,
Projects,
Services
and / or
Activities

Indicator

Baseline
Data

Target by
____

Office(r)
Primarily
Responsible

Funding Requirements
Source

Year 1

Year 2

Note: The Priority Peace and Order and Public Safety Challenge Column requires only the keyword or phrase deduced, or as a result of the prioritization process, in Chapter C.

Year 3

Total

Annex 3 Recommended Policies, Programs/Projects, Services and Activities

On Crime Prevention and/or Law Enforcement:


a. Conduct of organizational, coordination, and/or inter-agency meetings
b. Provision of personnel, financial support, and other administrative services to the
POC Secretariat
c. Promotion and implementation of the Community and Service-Oriented Policing
(CSOP) System:
i.
Increase in police visibility
ii.
Conduct of community-based activities
iii. Formulation and conduct of perception survey focused on the security and
peace and order situation of the locality (i.e., on crime reduction, fear of
crime and public disorder)
d. Support to programs of PNP such as the Oplan Lambat-Sibat
e. Equipage/logistical support for law enforcement agencies
f. Conduct of awareness raising programs for the community
i.
Engagement with, and mobilization of, the Private Sector (through MOA,
MOU, Pledge of Commitment) as support or partner for advocacies and
awareness raising activities
g. Formulation and improvement of peace, order, public safety and security policies
(rules and regulations, ordinances, resolutions, and other measures under policy
development)
h. Aid and/or capability development for personnel of law enforcement agencies,
prosecution service, courts, correctional facilities and volunteers/partners
i. Programs for special themes or special concerns of the LGU, as may be applicable
i.
Anti-illegal drugs
ii.
Anti-illegal gambling
iii. Counterinsurgency and/or counterterrorism
iv.
Environmental protection (anti-illegal logging, anti-illegal mining, antiillegal fishing, etc.)
v.
Other non-traditional and transnational threats to security (illegal
smuggling of goods and persons, illegal trafficking in persons, cybercrimes,
etc.)
vi.
Reintegration programs for ex-convicts
j. Peace and Development Initiatives
i.
Comprehensive Local Integration Program (CLIP)
ii.
PAMANA program
On Public Safety Measures
a. Installation of ramps and railings for PWDs and Senior Citizens
b. Installation of CCTV, pedestrian lanes, road signage and lighting
c. Assignment/Deployment of traffic enforcers and public safety officers
d. Organization and mobilization of Barangay Peacekeeping Action Teams (BPATS)
e. Organization and maintenance of Barangay Information Network/The Eyes in the
Barangays
f. Establishment and/or maintenance of LGU hotlines (aside from the PNP, BFP, and
other emergency hotlines)

Annex 4 POC Accomplishment Report

Policies,
Programs,
Projects, Services
and Activities

Objectives

Indicators

Physical Accomplishment
Target

Actual Conducted/
Accomplished

Funding
Date of
Completion/Date
Conducted

We hereby attest to the veracity and correctness of the data or information contained in this document.

______________________________________
DILG Provincial Director/City Director/
City or Municipal Local Government Operations Officer

_____________________________________
Provincial/City/Municipal Peace and Order Council Chairperson

Targeted

Actual
Allocation

Remarks