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By 2022, the Philippine Public Safety College is recognized as Premier Leadership and

Governance Public Safety School in Southeast Asia producing professionalized Public


Safety Officers and Community Leaders.
MANDATE
Republic Act 6975
S S
MISSION STAKEHOLDERS
Provide comprehensive and
T T
continuing education, A Professionalized Public Safety Officers and Affirm Status as Premier Leadership A
Community Leaders and Governance school in Public Safety
training and human K K
resource development to all OTHER PUBLIC SAFETY
personnel of the PNP, BFP E PNP BJMP BFP AGENCIES E
and BJMP and other public H H
safety agencies and
stakeholders
O PROCESS EXCELLENCE
O
L Assure holistic Envigorate the formation
L
PHILOSOPHY D Conduct comprehensive Converge and harmonize D
development of the of the Corps of
The PPSC is committed to and relevant Research academic courses and
E welfare and inner being of Professors and Education E
develop a highly ethical, and Development. training programs
students Experts
effective and efficient corps R R
of public safety personnel S S
imbued and equipped with
LEARNING AND GROWTH
knowledge, attitudes, skills,
habits and values necessary Launch and sustain competent & highly motivated Transform the acquisition of knowledge from conventional into state
to serve and protect the human resource of the art information and communication technology.
people. S S
U U
CORE VALUES
Servanthood; P RESOURCE MANAGEMENT P
Excellence; P Ensure efficient and transparent management of financial
Enhance and modernize training facilities and equipage
P
Responsibility with resources.
accountability;
O O
Valuing people and respect R R
for human rights; Integrity; T T
PARTNERSHIP AND LINKAGES
Courage ; and
Empowerment Revitalize & strengthen community partnership and extension Expand and intensify local and international linkages .
services program
STAKEHOLDERS
PPSC SCORECARD
TARGET
STRATEGIC INITIATIVES
PERSPECTIVE

(Program, Project and


MEASURE 2015 2016 2018 2022 2022
PPSC STRATEGIC GOAL
(Performance Indicator)
OWNER Activities)

Baseline Target Actual Target Target

Affirm status to be
recognized as Number of Units with ISO
1
Premier Certificate of Registration 1. ISO Certification
Leadership Program
A and Governance PRD
school in Public 2. CSF Program
Safety 2 Client Satisfaction Rating
STAKEHOLDERS

Number of Uniformed
Personnel trained:
3. Mandatory
a. PNP
Professionalized 3 Courses
b. BFP
Public Safety
c. BJMP CUs
Officers and 4.Specialized
B Community d. Others and
Courses
Leaders Number of students who RTCs
obtained degree in:
5. Degree Program
4 a. BSPS
b. MPSA
c. MCDRM
PROCESS EXCELLENCE
PPSC SCORECARD
TARGET
STRATEGIC INITIATIVES
PERSPECTIVE

(Program, Project and


MEASURE 2015 2016 2018 2022 2022
PPSC STRATEGIC GOAL
(Performance Indicator)
OWNER Activities)

Baseline Target Actual Target Target

Assure holistic
6. Holistic
development of the CUs
Percentage of students who Development and
C welfare and inner 5 and
being of students rated Satisfactory or Better Inner Well Being
RTCs
Program (KASH-V)
Number of researches
Conduct conducted:
6 PRD
comprehensive and a. Academic 7. Research and
D relevant Research b. Institutional Development
and Development. Number of NPC Program
7 Researches/Journals/Studies and
Published PNPA
PROCESS EXCELLENCE

Number of
Converge and
Curriculums/POIs: 8. Curriculum
harmonize academic
E 8 a. Reviewed CSDD Development
courses and training
b. Revised/Enhanced Program
programs
c. Developed

Number of In-House 9. Continuing In-


9 Trainings Conducted House Training
Program

Envigorate the formation 10. Faculty


Number of Faculty provided
of the Corps of Professors Development
F and Education Experts with: FDD
Program
a. Training
10
LEARNING AND GROWTH
PPSC SCORECARD
TARGET
STRATEGIC INITIATIVES
PERSPECTIVE

(Program, Project and


MEASURE 2015 2016 2018 2022 2022
PPSC STRATEGIC GOAL
(Performance Indicator)
OWNER Activities)

Baseline Target Actual Target Target

Percentage of PPSC 12. Human Resource


Launch and 11 Personnel meeting job Development
sustain competent competency standard Program
G & highly motivated AD
LEARNING AND GROWTH

human resource Percentage of personnel 13. Morale and


12 given rewards and Welfare Benefits
recognition Program
Transform the 14. Development of
acquisition of Number of e-Projects e-Projects:
knowledge from established: a. e-Library
conventional into a. e-Library b. e-Registration
H state of the art 13 b. e-Registration CCIT c. e-Faculty
information and c. e-Faculty d. e-Client
communication d. e-Client Satisfaction Satisfaction
technology. Feedback Feedback
RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
PPSC SCORECARD
TARGET
STRATEGIC INITIATIVES
PERSPECTIVE

(Program, Project and


MEASURE 2015 2016 2018 2022 2022
PPSC STRATEGIC GOAL
(Performance Indicator)
OWNER Activities)

Baseline Target Actual Target Target

Percentage of Strategic
14
Initiatives Funded 15. Financial
Ensure efficient and
Management
transparent
Program
I management of FMD
RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

financial resources.
16. Transparency
and Accountability
15 Budget Utilization Rate

Enhance and Number of Training


modernize training Facilities: 17. Infrastructure
J facilities and 16 AD Development
equipage a. Constructed Program
b. Repaired/Rehabilitated
PARTNERS AND LINKAGES
PPSC SCORECARD
TARGET
STRATEGIC INITIATIVES
PERSPECTIVE

(Program, Project and


MEASURE 2015 2016 2018 2022 2022
PPSC STRATEGIC GOAL
(Performance Indicator)
OWNER Activities)

Baseline Target Actual Target Target

Percentage of community 18. Enhanced


17
Revitalize & partnership organized Community
strengthen Immersion Program
CUs
community
K and
partnership and
PARTNERS AND LINKAGES

RTCs
extension services 19. Community
program Percentage of extension Extension Service
18 Program
service programs provided

Expand and CUs


20. Strengthened
intensify local and Number of Linkages: and
Local and
RTCs
L international 19 International
a. Local
linkages. b. International PAO
Engagement
Program
FDD
PORTFOLIO OF STRATEGIC INITIATIVES
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19
STRATEGIC
INITIATIVES
1. ISO Certification Program 19
/ / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / /
2. CSF Program 19
/ / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / /
3. Mandatory Courses 16
/ / / / / / / / * / * / / / / / / /
4.Specialied Courses 16
/ / / / / / / / * / * / / / / / / /
5. Degree Program 16
/ / / / / / / / * / * / / / / / / /
6. Holistic Development and 19
Inner Well Being Program (KASH-
/ / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / /
V)
7. Research and Development 15
Program
/ / / / / / / / / / * / / / / /
8. Curriculum Development 14
Program
/ / / / / / / / / * / * / / / /
9. Continuing In-House Training 12
Program
/ / / / * * * * / / / / / / / * /
10. Faculty Development Program 12
/ / / / * * * * / / / / / / / * /
11. Incentives/Recognition 13
Program for Instructors
/ / / / / / * / / / / * / / /
12. Human Resource 13
Development Program
/ / * * * / / * / / / / / / / / * * /
13. Morale and Welfare Benefits 11
Program
/ / * * * * * / / / / / / / / /
14. Development of e-Projects: 14
Customer Analysis
Who are our customers and what are
their needs and expectations?
DILG, PNP
Primary Customers BJMP
BFP

Secondary Customers PDEA, COAST GUARD and other Public Safety Agencies,
LGUs, CJS, Community

Mandatory and Specialized Training


Deliverables/
Services
Degree Programs in Public Safety Education

OUTCOME
Professionalized Public Safety Officers & Community
Leaders
(Customer Value Premier Leadership and Governance Public Safety
Proposition) School in Southeast Asia
Measure Profile 1
What is the objective? How often is the measure
What is the measure? updated/calculated?
What is the reason behind choosing this measure?
What is the unit of measure used?

How is the measure calculated? Clarify the terms in What data is required in calculating the measure?
the formula Where/how is it acquired? (specify document or
person)

Is information about the


When will BASELINE TARGETS
measure available?
this info be Year 1 Year 3 Year 6 Vision Yr
Currently available
With minor changes
available?
Still to be formulated

Who is responsible for setting targets?

Who is accountable for targets?


Who is responsible for tracking & reporting
targets?
Measure Profile
What is the objective? Affirm status to be recognized as Premier Leadership How often is the measure
and Governance school in Public Safety
updated/calculated? Annually
What is the measure? Number of Units with ISO Certificate of Registration
What is the reason behind choosing this measure? To ensure that all
What is the unit of measure used?
operating units of PPSC will pursue for ISO certification. Number

How is the measure calculated? Clarify the terms in What data is required in calculating the measure?
the formula Where/how is it acquired? (specify document or
# of CUs and RTCs with ISO Certification over Total # of units
person)
ISO 9001:2008 Certificate

Is information about the


When will BASELINE TARGETS
measure available?
this info be Year 1 Year 3 Year 6 Vision Yr
Currently available
With minor changes available?
Anytime 2(2015) 2016
Still to be formulated

Who is responsible for setting targets?


PRD
Who is accountable for targets? CUs & RTCs
Who is responsible for tracking & reporting
targets? PRD
Initiative Profile 1
NAME OF PROJECT MEASURES AFFECTED PROJECT CO-
Put the 5 highest measures CHAMPION
ISO Certification Program

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

This program aims to ensure that standards are


met and overall performance is improved. This will
also foster organizational development and aids in the
realization of vision and customer satisfaction
Initiatives Scoring

PROJECT MILESTONES BUDGET STATUS

PERIOD MILESTONES / ACTIVITIES Amount Source Owner Status

2015 PPSC and PNPA GAA HO & PNPA cert


PHP_____
2016 NPC, NPTI, NFTI, NCRTC

Total Timeline: Budget: