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Ranulfo I Demiar Police Superintendent Officer-in-Charge Regional Police Community Relations Division Police Regional Office 6 raniedemiar@yahoo.com 09202199491 09228251060

PHILIPPINE NATIONAL POLICE

Integrated Transformation Program
“Transforming the PNP into a more Capable, Effective, and Credible police force”

PNP Integrated Transformation Program
• roadmap to a more responsive, transformed PNP • roadmap for long-term and lasting reforms in the Philippine National Police • presents a comprehensive and holistic approach to reform the PNP with its honest-to-goodness assessment of its present institutional framework, policies, systems, structures, and procedures.

Factors Affecting Change Management
• the ability to effectively communicate the message and wisdom of reform • commitment to win active supporters or build reform constituencies that will actually implement and embody the said reforms • the leadership, strategy, plans, and projects needed effect the change process

Questions ??? 1. Ano ba ang Transformation na yan?
2. Bakit ba kailangan pa ng Transformation? 3. Ano ba ang pakinabang namin diyan? 4. Totoo ba yan? Sincere ba ang mga pinuno ng PNP diyan?

5. Tatagal ba yan kahit magpalit-palit ng
Chief, PNP?

Program Management Office (PMO)

Questions ???
6. May nangyari na ba simula ng ito ay nailunsad? 8. Pang Pulis lang ba yan o kasama ang Sibilyan diyan? 9. Paano ako makakatulong at hindi

makakasagabal sa Transformation?
10. Ano ba ang mga hadlang sa Transformation Program ng PNP?

Program Management Office (PMO)

Questions ???

Ano ba ang PNP Integrated Transformation Program (PNP-ITP) na yan?

Ano ang pagkakaiba nito sa mga naunang programa?

Program Management Office (PMO)

PNP Transformation Journey
Study Supreme PNP Court Reform – PNP Commission MOA Signing Launching and Implementation

NOVEMBER 2003 Creation 25, of Reform 2002 2006 2004 2005 Commission under the 2003 MOA signing between

2007

2008

2009

Ebdane

chairmanship former PNP and Supreme of Court of Justice forDepartment the formal launching of the Project : Secretary and

Ambassador Sedfrey “TRANSFORMING THE A. PNP INTO A MORE Ordonez pursuant to CAPABLE, EFFECTIVE Administrative No. ROADMAP FOR & Order LASTING TRANSFORMATION IN THE PNP ANDLONG-TERM CREDIBLE POLICE 85 in 2003. FORCE”

TIME
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PNP Transformation Journey
Study

The PNP Transformation Plan Launching and Implementation

 PNP crafted 2002 2006 2004 2005 Plan Transformation in 2003 2004

2007

2008

2009

Aglipay
 In line with the antiEbdane corruption initiatives of Her Excellency President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo. ROADMAP FOR LONG-TERM & LASTING TRANSFORMATION IN THE PNP

TIME
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PNP Transformation Journey
Study LaunchingLaunching of PNP Integrated Transformation and Implementation Program (PNP-ITP) 2005 2006 2007 2008

2002 2004 2003

Aglipay
Ebdane Lomibao

PNP Integrated Transformation Program (PNP-ITP)

2009

ROADMAP FOR LONG-TERM & LASTING TRANSFORMATION IN THE PNP

with Focus on “Stronger Police Stations” TIME
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Formal Launching
July 2005

PNP “Integrated” Transformation Program (PNP-ITP)

PNP REFORM COMMISSION REPORT

GOP-UNDP STUDY ON TRANSFORMING THE PNP

PNP TRANSFORMATION PLAN

PNP ITP Development Goal

Transforming the PNP into a more

Capable, Effective, and Credible Police force

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PNP ITP Objectives

To resolve organizational dysfunctions and improve the quality of police services

To strengthen law enforcement capabilities

PNP “Integrated” Transformation Program (PNP-ITP)

To enhance the welfare and benefits of our personnel and dependents

July 2005

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Key Result Area (KRA)
• general areas of outcomes or outputs for which a role is responsible.

KRAs will help us:
• clarify our roles • align our roles to the organization’s business or strategic plan • focus on results rather than activities • communicate our role’s purposes to others • set goals and objectives - prioritize our activities • improve our time and work management • make value-added decisions

12 Key Result Areas (KRAs)

1. National policy and institutional development 2. Police operations 3. Facilities development

4. Human resources development
and management

5. Administrative & financial management
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12 Key Result Areas (KRAs)

6. Strategic planning & performance management 7. Information & communication technology 8. Demonstration of excellence through development of best practices 9. Public information and advocacy 10. Transformation management
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12 Key Result Areas (KRAs)

11. Anti-corruption 12. Human rights promotion

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34 Proposed Projects & Activities
1. Mechanisms for PNP institutional stability & continuity 2. Formulation of anti-crime strategy 3. Rationalization of PNP institutional framework 4. Rationalization of NAPOLCOM 5. Improving the PNP organizational structure & functional configuration
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34 Proposed Projects & Activities
6. Redefinition & reengineering of PNPLGU functional relationship 7. Reengineering PNP staffing & position system 8. Improvement & integration of PNP operations manuals 9. Strengthening crime research and PNP research agenda
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34 Proposed Projects & Activities
10. Updating of PNP equipment & development of multi-year financing & procurement plan 11. Upgrading of PNP crime laboratory 12. Improvement of evidence management policies & procedures 13. Development of psychometric tools 14. Formulation of police career development system
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34 Proposed Projects & Activities
15. Reengineering the police remuneration system 16. Design of police pension system & PNP pension & insurance corporation 17. Strengthening of police discipline & grievance system 18. Review of police performance evaluation system
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34 Proposed Projects & Activities
19. Reengineering of police education & training system framework 20. Conduct of TNA for police positions & ranks 21. Strengthening of PNP education & training curricula 22. Development of PNP revenue & resource mobilization strategy
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34 Proposed Projects & Activities
23. Reengineering of PNP planning & budget system 24. Design / implementation of strategic planning & performance system 25. Design / implementation of PNP ResultsBased Monitoring and Evaluation System 26. Development of crime indicators system 27. Design of criminal justice system infrastructure
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34 Proposed Projects & Activities
28. Design of PNP Crime Management Information System (CMIS) concept 29. Implementation of PNP CMIS 30. Development & implementation of model police stations 31. Safer cities & communities project 32. Community police action centers, community power in action
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34 Proposed Projects & Activities
33. Public information and advocacy for PNP transformation program 34. Activation of the PNP Program Management Office

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19 Ongoing Priority Projects

1. MODEL POLICE STATION PROJECT 2. ITP PUBLIC INFORMATION & ADVOCACY (Torch Run, etc.) 3. STRENGTHENING OF PROGRAM MANAGEMENT OFFICE (PMO) 4. PNP SHELTER PROGRAM (Housing) 5. ENHANCEMENT OF PNP HEALTH CARE SYSTEM 6. STRENGTHENING OF THE PNP TRAINING SYSTEM
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19 Ongoing Priority Projects

7. PNP LEGAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM 8. PNP COMPETENCY FRAMEWORK 9. PNP RESOURCE MOBILIZATION & REVENUE GENERATION PROJECT 10. PNP INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION INFRASTRUCTURE 11. UPGRADING OF PNP CRIME LABORATORY 12. PNP RETIREMENT AND PENSION SYSTEM
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19 Ongoing Priority Projects

13. ELECTRONIC RECORDS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 14. PNP LIVELIHOOD PROJECT 15. PNP SCHOLARSHIP AND EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM 16. HIMLAYAN NG MGA BAYANING PULIS 17. ENHANCEMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
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19 Ongoing Priority Projects

18. IMPROVEMENT OF PNP ADMINISTRATIVE & OPERATIONS MANUAL 19. PNP PHYSICAL ASSETS MANAGEMENT PROJECT

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PNP Program Management Office (PMO)

 Activated on September 28, 2005  Napolcom Resolution 2005-387

 Directorate for Plans General Orders 05-12
 Organized under the Office of the Chief, PNP
Program Management Office (PMO)

is the central management facility for all PNP reform programs and projects.

PNP-PMO Organizational Structure

PMO Vision

The Program Management Office shall be a dynamic and results-oriented central office, working with partner institutions, for the effective management of the Philippine National Police Transformation program.

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PMO Mission

To promote the PNP transformation program through effective strategic planning, project management, and resource mobilization, resulting in a more capable, effective and credible police service, responsive to the community, most especially to the marginalized, vulnerable and disadvantaged sectors of society.

Program Management Office (PMO)

Official Functions of PMO
• To undertake overall planning and management of the PNP Integrated Transformation Program. • To generate resources to support the PNP Integrated Transformation Program. • To coordinate with the different PNP offices and units to ensure the proper sequence, timing, and synchronized implementation of reform projects and activities.

Functions
• Conduct overall planning, implementation management, sequencing and interagency coordination and programming of all reform activities; • Monitor and evaluate PNP transformation plan and medium-term public investment plan (MTPIP) and recommend appropriate actions thereto;

Functions
• Maintain linkages with other national agencies and donor institutions/ communities to generate resources for PNP programs and projects; • Program and monitor the utilization of grants/aids (local and foreign) intended for specific PNP development and transformation programs; and • Perform other functions as directed.

Questions ???

Ano pa ang pagkakaiba nito sa mga naunang programa?

Program Management Office (PMO)

Emergence of Transformational Leaders
Characterized by:
 Ability to identify critical issues confronting PNP  Courage to accept the truth about these critical issues  Ability to plan strategic intervention to institute change  Ability to mobilize the community and resources to support the strategic intervention
Program Management Office (PMO)

Questions ???

Tatagal ba yan kahit magpalit-palit ng Chief, PNP?

Program Management Office (PMO)

PNP Transformation Journey
Study

PNP Shelter Program Launching and Implementation

Launched in 2005 to 2002 2006 address the nagging 2004 2005 problem on personnel 2003 housing as his priority Aglipay Calderon project of the PNP Integrated Transformation Ebdane Lomibao Program.

2007

2008

2009

ROADMAP FOR LONG-TERM & LASTING TRANSFORMATION IN THE PNP

TIME
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PNP Transformation Journey
Study “Mama at Aleng Pulis” Launching and Implementation

2002 2004 2003

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

Aglipay
Ebdane Lomibao

Calderon
Razon

ROADMAP FOR LONG-TERM & LASTING TRANSFORMATION IN THE PNP

TIME
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“We shall…
…develop leaders starting at the Police Station level.

…localize the implementation of the Transformation Program.”
PDG JESUS A VERZOSA, CEO VI Chief, PNP

Transformation Program has an initial 10-Year Implementation Timeframe

2005 - 2015
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Questions ???

May nangyari na ba simula ng nailunsad ang PNP Transformation Program noong 2005?

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Confronted with realities that reduce our capability to deliver effective police service…
Beginning 2005

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PNP BUDGET ALLOCATION
PER GAA FY 2002-2006

PERSONNEL SERVICES

92%
MOOE CAPITAL OUTLAY 7.58 % 0.42 %

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Police Stations
2005 baseline data

80%
of Police Stations are “Informal Settlers”
- Made Of Inferior Materials - Vulnerable To Enemy Harassment & to forces of Nature

* 1,282 Stations
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Mobility
To Ensure Effective Operations

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Shortage of Motor Vehicles
PNP needs 14,524 Motor Vehicles to address the current...

65%
179 POLICE STATIONS DO NOT HAVE MOTOR VEHICLES
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2005 baseline data

Empty Fuel

Shortage of Aircraft
2005 baseline data

80%

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Shortage of Watercraft
2005 baseline data

76%
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Inadequate Communication Equipment
2005 baseline data

Out of 25,289 handheld radios needed only 2,416 are on hand.

Out of 9,188 mobile radios needed only 326 are on hand. Base radios 1,885 are on hand
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Lack of Equipment
2005 baseline data

Most police stations… Lack computers, Fax machines And other office equipment

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Personnel Housing
2005 baseline data

-63.16%
or 75, 792 out of the total strength of 120,000 PNP personnel are in need of decent shelter.
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Comparison of Entry-level Police Basic Salary /Month
2005 baseline data

$4,500 $4,000 $3,500 $3,000 $2,500 $2,000 $1,500 $1,000 $500 $0
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US UK NEW ZEALAND SINGAPORE MALAYSIA INDONESIA PHILIPPINES

Comparison of Base Salaries between the PNP and other foreign police agencies

2005 baseline data
LAPD $4259.50 / mo.
- with guaranteed annual salary increase

=

P 225,753.50 /mo.

MALAYSIAN POLICE RM 1200/mo. = INDONESIAN POLICE RUP2,000,000/mo. = UK POLICE £ 1,699 /mo. =

P 17,142 /mo.

P 12,455/mo.
P 164,875/mo.

Philippines

SINGAPORE $1,475 /mo.

=

P 78,175/mo.

P8,605.00 / mo
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Percentage of PNP Personnel* living below Poverty Line

POVERTY LINE / THRESHOLD: minimum monthly income required or the expenditure necessary to satisfy the food threshold and other non-food basic needs. PER CAPITA THRESHOLD FOR FAMILY OF FIVE:

60%
PERSONNEL RANKED:

P 13,113
SOURCE: National Economic Development Authority

PO1 – PO3

March 2006

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Did you know that….

83.45%

Out of 122,733 PNP personnel, 83.45% have salary loans or a total of 102,385 personnel. (Ref: Computer Service Aug. 2008 Report)
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Pension of PNP Personnel
2005 baseline data

Each year, only half of the P4 billion pension requirement is allotted to the PNP.

This fund is taken from the annual PNP budget.

PNP personnel are not covered by Social Security & Government Service Insurance Systems
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Situation of the PNP Health Service
2005 baseline data

NUMBER OF HOSPITALS
1 tertiary hospital and 16 dispensary clinics servicing 120,000 PNP personnel and their dependents

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Situation of the PNP Health Service
2005 baseline data

EQUIPMENT
 Old and outmoded equipment and facilities  Dispensary clinics have no life saving devices

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Situation of the PNP Health Service
2005 baseline data

Per patient health expense of government hospitals

AFP Medical Center

Quirino Memorial Medical Center

PNP General Hospital

P835.80

P410.29

P125.92

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Lack of Educational Assistance for Police Dependents
2005 baseline data

ONLY 7%, OR 5, 071 OF THE ESTIMATED 73, 541 PNP PERSONNEL WITH DEPENDENTS ARE RECEIVING EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE

7%

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CONSIDER ANOTHER REALITY THE PNP IS FACING:

LOW PUBLIC PERCEPTION OF THE INTEGRITY & COMPETENCY OF THE POLICE
Reality that reduces our effectiveness to work with the community

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Low Public Perception
2005 baseline data

15%

Most of those victimized see crime reporting to be a waste of time, citing slow police action and a cumbersome process of reporting for their decision not to report their encounter with crime.
* According to 2005 Pulse Asia Survey
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Low Public Perception
2005 baseline data

15%

Low percentage of crime reporting is an indication of diminishing public trust and confidence in the police and the Criminal Justice System
* According to 2005 Pulse Asia Survey
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Perceived Corruption
2005 baseline data

“Tackling Corruption, Transforming Lives” by the

United Nations Development Program 2005:  “In the Asia-Pacific Region, the most corrupt group were the politicians,

 but the police / law enforcer came in a close second
 …and the judiciary not far behind…”

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Low Public Perception
2005 baseline data

85%
People take to praying ahead of other personal responses to protect themselves against crime victimization
* According to 2005 Pulse Asia Survey
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Questions ???

May nangyari na ba simula ng nailunsad ang PNP Transformation Program???

Program Management Office (PMO)

Questions ???

Totoo ba yan? Sincere ba ang mga pinuno natin diyan?

Program Management Office (PMO)

Sincere ba ang mga pinuno natin diyan?

We ask the new PNP Chief to continue the transformation program of the PNP so I like that passing of the torch ceremony…
(Command Turn-Over Speech, Oct. 1, 2007)

H.E. GLORIA MACAPAGAL-ARROYO President, Republic of the Philippines
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Sincere ba ang mga pinuno natin diyan?
To ensure the success of the ITP…, Puno had earlier committed to do his best “to help the national police get wider political and financial support from LGUs, as well as from domestic and foreign partners…”
HON. RONALDO V PUNO Secretary, DILG (DILG News, Jan. 23, 2008)

Program Management Office (PMO)

Sincere ba ang mga pinuno natin diyan?
CPNP’s Policy Focus No. 1 = SUSTAIN IMPLEMENTATION OF ITP DOWN TO THE LOCAL LEVEL
• “THE CHALLENGE OF SUSTAINING THESE INITIAL GAINS [ITP] … NOW RESTS ON US WHO ARE AT THE LEAD.” • “THIS IS A VITAL PREREQUISITE TO THE LOCALIZED IMPLEMENTATION OF THE 12 KEY RESULT AREAS OF THE PNP ITP…” • “ALL OF THESE SHALL BE DONE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE INTENT OF THE PNP ITP…”

PDG JESUS A VERZOSA Chief, PNP
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Strengthen the Police Station

Model Police Station Project
 Aims to integrate and showcase

reforms and best practices in policing within a defined locality under the jurisdiction of a city or municipal police office.

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Model Police Station Framework

EMPOWERMENT OF THE CIT IZ EN R Y

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Institutional Transformation
PHYSICAL
- Police Station Facilities, Supplies & Equipment
- Capabilities to Move, Shoot, Communicate & Investigate

3
DIMENSIONS OF MPS

SYSTEMS / METHODS
- Plans, Policies, Systems & Strategies

HUMAN RESOURCES
-Capacity Building -Values Formation -Spiritual Transformation Program Management Office (PMO)

- Doctrines, Methods & Techniques

Empowerment of the Citizenry

 Equally important component of transformation in the police station.  Citizens shall be empowered with the knowledge of their rights and shall be encouraged & protected to claim it.  They shall be encouraged to participate in the development and implementation of local peace and order plan and in mobilizing resources.  Promotion of good citizenship shall be the responsibility of everybody.

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Model Police Station Project

PILOT SITES OF MPS
MARIKINA CITY ANTIPOLO CITY QUEZON CITY MANDAUE CITY AKLAN PPO ZAMBOANGA CITY

SORSOGON CITY

MARAWI CITY

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Model Police Station Project

Every Police Regional Office will have at least 1 Model Police Station Pilot site.

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Institutional Partners Model Police Station Project

New Zealand Embassy

US DOJ ICITAP

 LGU of Marawi City

 OTHER BUSINESS SECTORS
 NON-GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATIONS
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INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENT TO IMPROVE POLICE STATIONS

P200 MILLION
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Construction and Repair of Buildings and Facilities

194 projects consisted of construction and repair of:  Police station buildings  Police Provincial Office (PPO)  Community Police Action

Center (COMPACT)
 and other Facilities

Status of Police Stations Nationwide

CY 2005 CY 2009
No. of Police Stations Nationwide
Not Owned by PNP

1,282 1,745

80%

61%

As of 2009, 1,056 (61%) police station buildings are not owned by the PNP and are co-located in LGU-owned buildings and lots.
*Source: Directorate for Logistics
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PNP Capability Enhancement Fund

HEPGMA Allocated

P10 BILLION FUNDS
From 2008 to 2012
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PNP Capability Enhancement Fund

15%

10%

50%
25%

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PNP Capability Enhancement Fund
P 4 billion allocation for police stations for the next 4 years (2009-2012).

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PNP Capability Enhancement Fund

Procurement of 5,000 units of short firearms every year.

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Status of Motor Vehicles

CY 2005
Shortage

CY 2009

65%
14,524

57%
12,714

On Hand

7,567 9,625
*Source: Directorate for Logistics
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PNP Capability Enhancement Fund

Procurement of 500 Patrol cars every year.
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Procurement of Vehicles for 2008

Total = 1,570 units
 770 units of Patrol Jeep (Hi-Lux 4x2)  125 units of Patrol Car (Toyota Altis)  233 units of Toyota Innova  367 units of 200cc Honda Motorcycle  35 units of Troop Carrier

 40 units of SOCO Van
*Source: Directorate for Logistics
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Police Stations w/o Patrol Vehicle CY 2005
(baseline data)

CY 2009
(1st Qtr)

179

7
*Source: Directorate for Logistics
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Upgrading of PNP Crime Laboratory
 CLG NOW ISO 9001-2000 CERTIFIED  JICA-SPONSORED AUTOMATED FINGERPRINT IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM (AFIS) IS NOW FULLY OPERATIONAL  “ONE CRIME LAB PER PROVINCE PLAN” TO BE UNDERTAKEN OVER 5 YEARS  CONTINUOUS IN-SERVICE TRAINING FOR PNP CRIME LABORATORY PERSONNEL

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Upgrading of PNP Crime Laboratory Current Manual System

IBIS

4 years vs. 3 hours
PROCUREMENT OF

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Modernization Framework for PNP
HARDWARE
INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT (ID)
SOFTWARE

EQUIPMENT INFRASTRUCTURE

I N T E L L I G E N C E

I N V E S T I G A T I O N

O P E R A T I O N S

P C R
SYSTEMS
PROCESSESS

Human Resources Development & Management (HRDM)

Planning, Research, Development, Budgeting, Procurement

PNP Shelter Program
PULIS KALINGA Special Housing Project Camp Macabulos, Tarlac City

200 112

Total No. of Housing Units to be constructed Units were already awarded to PNP personnel

PULIS KALINGA Quartering Project NCRPO Camp Bagong Diwa, Taguig City
Three (3) Condo buildings constructed 112 units for commercial / residential use

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PNP Shelter Program

9.16% reduction of PNP personnel in need of decent shelter since 2005.
- From 75,792 to 62,261 personnel

PRIORITY SITES FOR THE HOUSING PROGRAM:
SAN MIGUEL, BULACAN BARAS, RIZAL CAMP PANOPIO, QUEZON CITY SILANG, CAVITE

Program Management Office (PMO)

Comparison of Base Salaries between the PNP and other foreign police agencies

LAPD $4259.50 / mo.

=

P 225,753.50 /mo.

- with guaranteed annual salary increase

MALAYSIAN POLICE RM 1200/mo. = INDONESIAN POLICE RUP2,000,000/mo. =

P 17,142 /mo. P 12,455/mo.

Philippines

P8,605.00 / mo

P9,605.00 / mo
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PNP Retirement and Pension System
• Ongoing actuarial study, in partnership with PSMBFI • In coordination with the Social Security System (SSS) providing actuarial direction and assistance • Establishment of our own Retirement and Pension System. • Establishment of a one-stop-shop dubbed as Police Retirement and Benefit Administration Office (PRBAO) to provide better assistance for retirees in processing their benefits.

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PNP Livelihood Project
Aims to help the police, dependents and retirees to be productive by:  searching for opportunities for investment through livelihood projects, and  honing the financial management skills of the police, dependents and retirees.
Currently, PMO is negotiating with different financial management consultants for the conduct of seminar on personal finance and development of investment initiatives.
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Enhancement of PNP Health Care System

 This project aims to promote ACCESSIBLE, QUALITY AND RESPONSIVE HEALTH CARE to police personnel and their dependents.
 A Memorandum of Agreement between PNP/DILG and Department of Health was signed last October 8, 2007 to establish PULIS HMO or “PULIS Health Mo Okay” giving access to our personnel to 70 tertiary government hospitals.  Active PNP uniformed and non-uniformed personnel would no longer need to pay cash in select DOH-Retained hospitals as long as a valid ID and LOA from PNP Health Service are presented.

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PNP Scholarship & Educational Assistance Program
AIMS TO PROVIDE EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE TO DEPENDENTS OF PNP PERSONNEL. 1. NAPOLCOM Scholarship Program 2. PNP Scholarship Program of 1994 (PC/INP Scholarship Program) 3. PNP Educational Assistance Program 4. PNP-CHED Study Grant Financial Assistance Program 5. PNP-Kaagapay sa Pangarap Foundation, Inc. High School Educational Assistance Program 6. Karangalan Foundation College Scholarship Program

7. Bilateral Agreements
8. PLDT & Smart Communications Scholarship Fund.
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PNP Legal Assistance Program

Envisioned to provide legal assistance to any member of the PNP who is facing a charge or charges arising from the performance of his/her official duty.

 Creation of Badge of Honor Foundation Inc.
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PNP Legislative Agenda
A transformation project being undertaken in connection with the proposal of removing pending cases as disqualification for promotion of PNP uniformed personnel if the same fall in the nature of service-related cases from personal offenses.

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PNP HIMLAYAN PROJECT
 The Himlayan ng mga Bayaning Pulis is envisioned as a memorial park similar to the “Libingan ng mga Bayani” in memory of the fallen heroes of the Philippine National Police  The local government of Rizal is donating 8.3 hectares of lot in the municipality of Baras for this project.

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Strengthening of the PNP Training Service Project
 Envisions to integrate all the training services in the PNP geared toward skills enhancement, intellectual advancement and moral transformation  Aims to establish Regional Special Training Units (RSTU) at PROs  Strengthen the training database

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Strengthening the Values & Leadership School
Aims to sustain the initial gains of this project that helped more than 3,ooo police officers who experienced genuine and personal transformation through its month-long training program anchored on spiritual and moral dimension of transformation.

Enhancement of Human Resource Management
This project aims to develop new policies to provide for a decentralized implementation of human resource management programs specifically on the following areas:
 RECRUITMENT OF POLICE COMMISSIONED OFFICERS (PCOs) THROUGH LATERAL ENTRY PROGRAM  PROMOTION AND PLACEMENT OF 3RD LEVEL PCOs (PSSUPT AND UP), 2ND LEVEL PCOs (PINSP TO PSUPT), & 1ST LEVEL PERSONNEL (PNCOs)   RETIREES AND PENSIONERS BENEFITS MANAGEMENT ATTRITION, DISCIPLINE & LAW & ORDER

OUTSOURCING OF ANCILLARY SERVICES IN THE PNP
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PNP Competency Framework
This project aims to establish a COMPETENCY FRAMEWORK that defines the occupational standards for each position such as but not limited to:
 REQUIRED RANK,  ELIGIBILITY,  BEHAVIORAL COMPETENCIES,  EDUCATION AND TRAINING,  WORK EXPERIENCE,  JOB DESCRIPTIONS, and  PNP ACTIVITIES.

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Electronic Records Management System
• Aims to convert laborintensive paper files into electronic format & streamline personnel information management procedures in the PNP.

• ERMS will help make processing of claims and other official business related to personnel records faster and more convenient.

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Improvement of PNP Administrative and Operations Manual

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Ready for Publication
a. PNP Manuals On Ethics And Values Formation (DHRDD) b. PNP Human Resource Development Manual (DHRDD) c. Comptrollership Operations and Administrative Manual (DC) d. Finance Service Operations and Administrative Manual (DC) e. Computer Service Operations and Administrative Manual (DC) f. PSPO Manual (DI) g. Intelligence Manual (DI) h. Police Community Relations Manual (DPCR)

PNP Radio Station Project
• PNP Radio Station will give the organization its “own voice” over the airwaves

• Strategic solution to limited media coverage and program accommodation by commercial broadcast networks

Format:
- 24/7 programming - Adopt the news and public affairs format - Time slots for: • Command announcements • Round-up news from NHQ, NSUs, PROs • Opinion and commentary • Feature programs • Musical entertainment • Traffic advisory • Weather information • Live broadcast of significant events

Resource Mobilization & Revenue Generation Project
TRANSFORMATION PROGRAM

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DONOR COMMUNITY
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Physical Assets Management Program

Integration of Logistics projects, such as:
 ISO: 9001-2000 CERTIFICATION PROJECT
 LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS  LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT COURSE  PNP PROCUREMENT MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM

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Other Policy Enhancement In response to the emerging needs of the situation, the Chief, PNP ordered a review of policies and procedures on:     Foreign Travel Disbursement procedure Procurement system Strengthening the IAS

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Public Information & Advocacy

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Public Information & Advocacy

Why is there a need to advocate for change?
• To develop awareness among PNP personnel of the on-going transformation programs and projects of the PNP. • To develop ownership among PNP personnel of the on-going transformation programs and projects of the PNP • To encourage participation among PNP personnel on the on-going transformation programs and projects of the PNP • To challenge PNP personnel to defend and die for the genuine transformation of the PNP.

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The PNP Transformation Torch
This Torch symbolizes the continuity of the PNP Transformation Program which aims to resolve organizational dysfunctions and improve the quality of police services; to strengthen law enforcement capabilities; and to enhance the welfare and benefits of our personnel and dependents. It is spearheaded by the Chief, PNP as the organization’s Transformation Champion.

PRO 4B to PRO 6
Iloilo City

PRO 6 to PRO 5
Legazpi City, Albay

PNP Transformation Caravan
• A sequel of the first nationwide Transformation Torch Run (running the race towards genuine transformation) to push forward its initial gains

• Expanded ITP advocacy campaign which will include:
 Torch relay run  ITP briefing  Dialogue/Information forum  Leadership seminar  Legal aid clinic  Medical and Dental mission

 Photo contest, essay writing contest, friendly games
 City/Town clean up  Tree planting  Other environmental concern activities

PNP Transformation Caravan - NCRPO

NHQ to NCRPO
Taguig City

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2008 Survey Reports

July 2008 Ulat ng Bayan Survey

2nd Quarter Report

PNP’s Approval Rating:

49%

PNP’s net satisfaction rating rose by 14 points from March to June this year from a low of -5 in December.
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ACRE - PNP- PMO SUMMARY OF SURVEY FINDINGS

Asia-Pacific Centre for Research, Inc

Study on the Performance of & Attitudes toward the PNP
September 2008

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Evaluations of Performance
Approval Rating for the PNP as Evaluated by 2,000 Respondents Total Philippines September 2008

Q4. Maaari po bang pakisabi ninyo ang inyong opinyon tungkol sa pagganap sa tungkulin ng Pulisya dito sa bansa?

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August 14, 2008 07:23 PM Thursday

Reforms behind high PNP approval rating
By: Alfred P. Dalizon

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Improvement in sincerity rating in fighting corruption

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Familiarity With PNP Programs

Q44. Maaari po bang sa bawat isa sa mga pangungusap na ito ay pakisabi lamang kung kayo ay...

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Commendation from Commander in Chief

“Congratulations to PNP for being the SIXTH Best Performing Government Agency.”
(PNP Day Celebration, Jan. 26, 2009)

H.E. GLORIA MACAPAGAL-ARROYO President, Republic of the Philippines
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Questions ???

Saan tayo pwedeng magsimula agad?

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Unahin muna natin ang sarili natin….

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“It is not the mountain we conquer but

ourselves…”
Sir Edmund Hillary
1st Mt. Everest summiter

Positive Attributes Policemen Need to Have
Suggestions As Presented by 2,000 Respondents September 2008

2008
5.5

Positive Attributes Policemen Need to Have Mapagkakatiwalaan Makadiyos Mabilis (sa loob ng tatlong… Makatao May respeto sa batas o makabatas Kagalang-galang/marangal Handang labanan ang mga… Intelihente/marunong Magaling o kumpetente sa… Matapang
0.0 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0

4.1 4.4 5.2 5.3 5.6 5.8 5.8 5.9 6.3 6.6
5.0 6.0 7.0

Q34. Sa mga sumusunod na positibong katangian, anu-ano po ang inyong mga inaasahan na magkaroon ang ating mga pulis? Pakiranggo po ang inyong mga katangian mula "1" hanggang "10" kung saan ang "1" ang inyong unang-unang positibong katangiang na magkaroon at ang "10" ang huling inaasahan ng magkaroon ang ating mga pulis.

Negative Attributes Policemen Need to Get Rid of
Suggestions As Presented by 2,000 Respondents September 2008

2008
5.5

Negative Attributes Policemen Need to Get Rid Of
Nangungurakot Abusado Sangkot sa gawaing ilegal tulad ng… Mayabang Bastos, kulang sa kabutihang asal Tamad, mabagal mag responde sa… Marahas Kulang sa kaalaman sa trabahong… Namumulitika Mababa ang moralidad
0.0 1.0 2.0 3.0

3.8 3.9 4.9 5.2 5.3 5.6 6.2 6.4 6.8 6.8
4.0 5.0 6.0 7.0 8.0

Q36. Sa mga sumusunod na hindi kanais-nais o negatibong katangian, anu-ano ang inyong mga inaasahan na dapat iwasan ng ating mga pulis? Pakiranggo po ninyo ang mga katangian mula "1" hanggang "10" kung saan ang "1" ang inyong unang unang inaasahang iwasan at ang "10” ang huling inaasahan na iwasan ng ating mga pulis.

Seminar on Purpose Driven Life (PDL)

• The Chief, PNP has issued a memo on Oct 29, 2008 directing all unit commanders to ensure that all PNP personnel have undergone the PDL seminar • At present, there are more than 80,000 PNP personnel who have undergone the PDL seminar
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Philippines’ Only Hope – by Fr. James Reuter
• England’s rise to power was preceded by the Reformation, a spiritual revival fueled by intense prayers. • A strong faith in God and a disciplined prayer life is the foundation of early American settlers that made it the most powerful nation today. • Korea is experiencing a revival and in the process producing the largest Christian church in the world today, resulting in a vibrant economy.
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Questions ???

Ano ba ang maibabahagi ko sa PNP Integrated Transformation Program?

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Tama yang tanong mo…..

“Ask not what the PNP can do for you. Ask what you can do for your PNP.”

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Help us sing the tune of PNP Transformation…

PNP PROGRAM MANAGEMENT OFFICE
CAMP CRAME, QUEZON CITY TELEPHONE NUMBER : (02) 723-0401 local 3679 / 3689 TELEFAX NUMBER : (02) 414-2001

WEBSITE : www.pnptransformation.org
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www.pnptransformation.org

PSSUPT CESAR HAWTHORNE R BINAG
Chief of Staff, PMO

E-MAIL : chrbinag@pnppmo.org

PMO E-MAIL : info@pnppmo.org
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How can an ordinary police contribute to the realization of PNP ITP?
1. I will live a life of integrity and purpose. 2. I will take pride in being a law enforcer and public servant. 3. I will actively participate in the implementation of PNP ITP projects and other reform initiatives. 4. I will strive for excellence in my work and in my personal life.

How can an ordinary police contribute to the realization of PNP ITP?
5. I will be a role model in my home and community. 6. I will share the good news about the PNP Transformation to my family, friends and neighbors.

Why need transformation?
• The PNP is currently facing challenges and problems in the delivery of police services.

Give at least one (1) policy focus of the C, PNP and how could an ordinary police officer contribute to its realization? 1. Sustain implementation of ITP down to the local level 2. Developing leaders at all levels 3. Promote the value of the PNP badge of honor 4. Morale and welfare 5. Human resource management and development

Give at least one (1) policy focus of the C, PNP and how could an ordinary police officer contribute to its realization? 6. Patrol, investigation & ISO 7. Citizen empowerment 8. Promotion of human rights 9. Engaging faith-based organizations