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Peace and Order and Public Safety Plan

2017-2019

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Table of Contents

Page No.

A. Review of Local Strategic Direction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1

1. Socio-economic Profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1

2. Local Strategic Directions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

3. VisionMissionGoal Descriptors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

B. Peace and Order and Public Safety Situation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

1. The Peace and Order Safety Situation Matrix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

2. The Overview of the Peace and Order and Public Safety Situation . . . 9

C. Priority and Order and Public Safety Challenges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

D. Objectives, Strategies, Targets, Indicators and Baseline Data . . . . . . . . . . 17

E. Critical Policies, Programs, Projects, Services and Activities . . . . . . . . . . . 20

F. Funding Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29

G. Implementation Arrangements and Annual Implementation Plan . . . . . . 37

H. Pops Plan Monitoring and Evaluation and Reporting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47

I. Communicating Results to the Public and to the Stakeholders . . . . . . . . . 54

J. Pops Plan Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55

K. Annexes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68

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List of Tables

Table No. Title Page No.

1 Income Classification of Municipalities. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1

2 Population by age Group and Sex, Year 2015. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

3 Population Composition by Schooling-going and Dependent


Population and Sex Year 2015. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

4 Household Population by Urban and Rural Barangay and


Average Household Size, Year 2015. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

5 Population Density by Barangay, Year 2015. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

6 Vision- Mission- Goal Descriptors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

7 Peace and Order and Public Safety Situation Matrix. . . . . . . . . . . 6

8 Prioritizing peace and Order and Public Safety Issues. . . . . . . . . . 11

9 Strategy Formulation Matrix by POPS Issue. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

10 Activity Matrix by Strategy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

11 POPS Plan for Funding. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29

12 Collaboration Matrix. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41

13 Annual Implementation Plan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42

14 Indicator Profile. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47

15 Reporting Form 1 (semi-annual). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52

16 Reporting Form 2 (annual). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53

17 Stakeholders Analysis. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54

18 Communication Plan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55

19 POPS Plan Summary. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58

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A. Review of Local Strategic Direction

1. Socio-economic Profile

a. Location

The Municipality of Leganes is one of the nineteen (19) coastal towns of the Province of
Iloilo. It is the only coastal municipality that shares a common border with Iloilo City, which is the
provincial capital and regional administration center of Western Visayas in Region VI. It is located
along the Guimaras Strait, opposite the town of Buenavista, which is only about 4.5 kilometers
from Leganes shoreline, in the island Province of Guimaras. It is adjacent to the City of Iloilo in
the South, bounded by Pavia in the Southeast, Sta. Barbara in the West and Zarraga in the North.
It is eleven (11) kilometers from the Poblacion of Pavia and approximately five (5) kilometers
from the Poblacion of Zarraga. Leganes can be found between the coordinates of 1223935
west to 1223945 east latitude and between 105148 north to 104515 south longitude.

Leganes has a total land area of 3,220 hectares. It ranks as the third smallest town of the
forty-two (42) municipalities and one (1) component city of the Province of Iloilo. The
municipality is subdivided politically into eighteen (18) barangays

b. Income Class

The Department of Finance (DOF) through the Bureau of Local Government Finance
(BLGF) has classified the Municipality of Leganes as a 4th class municipality based on DOF
Department Order No. 23-08 dated July 29, 2008, refer to Table 1, despite its declared annual
income exceeding that prescribed for 4th class municipalities.

Table 1
Income Classification of Municipalities

Class Average Annual Income


First P 55 M or more
Second P 45 M or more but less than P 55 M
Third P 35 M or more but less than P 45 M
Fourth P 25 M or more but less than P 35 M
Fifth P 15 M or more but less than P 25 M
Sixth Below P 15 M

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c. Demographic Profile

Based on the latest enumeration of 6,718 households by the barangay service point
officers, the total population of Leganes has reached 31,486 with an average household size of
five individuals. The Municipality has a gross density of ten persons per hectare.

Table 2
Population by Age Group and Sex, Year 2015

Age Group Sex Total


Male Female
Below 1 year old 30 31 61
1-4 1,067 1,003 2,070
5-9 1,645 1,507 3,152
10-14 1,509 1,465 2,974
15-19 1,473 1,404 2,877
20-24 1,512 1,511 3,023
25-29 1,455 1,410 2,865
30-34 1,279 1,201 2,480
35-39 1,173 1,096 2,269
40-44 1,003 1,019 2,022
45-49 888 845 1,733
50-54 783 782 1,565
55-59 634 684 1,318
60-64 497 508 1,005
65-69 358 427 785
70-74 222 306 528
75-79 143 205 348
80 and above 128 283 411
Total 15,799 15,687 31,486

Table 3
Population Composition by School-going and Dependent Population, and Sex, Year 2015

Age Group Both Sexes Male Female Sex Ratio


No. % No. %
School going population
Pre-school (3-6) 2,296 1,192 52% 1,104 48% 107.97
Elementary (7-12 ) 3,675 1,892 51% 1,783 49% 106.11
Secondary (13-18) 3,491 1,782 51% 1,709 49% 104.27
Tertiary (19-22 ) 2,389 1,202 50% 1,187 50% 101.26
Working Age (15-64) 21,157 10,697 51% 10,460 49% 102.27
Labor Force (15 and over) 23,229 11,548 50% 11,681 50% 98.86

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Age Group Both Sexes Male Female Sex Ratio
No. % No. %
Dependent Population
Young (0-14) 8,196 4,221 52% 3,975 48% 106.19
Old (65-over) 2,072 851 41% 1,221 59% 69.70

Table 4
Household Population by Urban and Rural Barangay and Average Household Size, Year 2015

Barangay Population Number of Households Average Household Size


A. Urban
Bigke 704 155 5
Buntatala 1,355 305 4
Cagamutan Norte 2,487 511 5
Cagamutan Sur 2,036 458 4
Gua-an 1,321 266 5
Guihaman 2,312 508 5
Lapayon 2,374 527 5
Nabitasan 3,062 602 5
Napnud 1,873 401 5
Poblacion 2,990 655 5
Sub-total 20,514 4,388 5
B. Rural
Calaboa 1,623 328 5
Camangay 545 120 5
Cari Mayor 1,545 334 5
Cari Minor 907 182 5
Guinobatan 2,483 515 5
Guintas 1,467 328 4
M.V. Hechanova 751 166 5
San Vicente 1,651 357 5
Sub-total 10,972 2,330 5
Total 31,486 6,718 5

Table 5
Population Density by Barangay, Year 2015

Barangay Population Area in hectare Density


A. Urban
Bigke 704 41.5521 17
Buntatala 1,355 116.1105 12
Cagamutan Norte 2,487 148.4318 17
Cagamutan Sur 2,036 138.5658 15
Gua-an 1,321 157.1484 8
Guihaman 2,312 140.1166 17
Lapayon 2,374 426.0592 6

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Barangay Population Area in hectare Density
Nabitasan 3,062 583.9182 5
Napnud 1,873 138.0531 14
Poblacion 2,990 75.5000 40
Sub-total 20,514 1,942.4650 11
B. Rural
Calaboa 1,623 286.7967 6
Camangay 545 39.4935 14
Cari Mayor 1,545 344.0093 4
Cari Minor 907 113.0945 8
Guinobatan 2,483 115.0624 22
Guintas 1,467 103.7392 14
M.V. Hechanova 751 69.7926 11
San Vicente 1,651 182.5561 9
Sub-total 10,972 1,277.5350 9
Total 31,486 3,220.0000 10

2. Local Strategic Directions

The vision of the Municipality of Leganes will serve as a guide to which all plans, programs,
and projects of the municipality from the year 2017 to 2026 will be anchored. It sets the desired
role the municipality can play in the development of its wider region of which it is an integral part
and the desired state of the municipality as a human habitat.

Thus we envision:

Leganes as the center of industrial development in Metro Iloilo with


god-loving, empowered and vigilant citizenry living in disaster-resilient
and ecologically-balanced community, enjoying a competitive and
sustainable economy, having adequate support facilities, under the
stewardship of transparent, proactive and dynamic leaders.

It is the mission of the Municipality of Leganes:

To provide a responsive, humane, investor-friendly and quality


services through a transparent effective, efficient, ecologically-
resilient governance with the active participation of God-fearing
Leganesnons to achieve economic and social adequacy.

The Municipality has a high stake in reducing conflict and violence, and in building peace
in our local community. Dealing with violence and its effects, as well as promoting peace, has
always been a local government domain and area of responsibility. More than reducing crime
and danger, managing conflict and promoting peace contribute to economic growth, security,

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productivity, and peoples health and wellbeing. From cases of domestic violence, clan conflict,
boundary disputes, and illegal drug trade, the Municipality has been in the thick of the issue as
negotiator and arbitrator, justice advocate, as the center of refuge, as a neutral third party. The
Municipality is taking a more active role in conflict prevention and peace-building, particularly at
the program and policy levels which shall reflect the following key measures:

1. Delivery of basic services;


2. Formulation of peace promoting policies;
3. Information, education, and communication campaign;
4. Addressing disparities in access to e.g. water, electricity, education, etc.;
5. Curbing graft and corruption; and
6. Safeguarding against differential treatment towards constituents.

Peace and order and public safety is a necessary precondition for trade, sustained
economic growth, and prosperity. The Municipality will continue to strengthen its efforts in these
areas of concern to improve the living standards of our constituents.

3. Vision-Mission-Goal Descriptors

Table 6
Vision-Mission-Goal Descriptors

Descriptors Success Indicators


A. Directly Related to POPS
God-loving Low incidence of index and non-index crimes
Decrease in the number of violence against women and children
(VAWC) cases and children at risk (CAR)
Increase in the number of disaster risk reduction and
management (DRRM) volunteers in times of disasters
Vigilant Reduced incidence of conflagration
Drug-free municipality
No case of Infiltration of seditious armed groups suppressed
Decrease in the frequency of road accidents and traffic jams
Empowered Reduced number of children in conflict with the law (CICL)
B. Promote Active Participation of citizens in the promotion of peace and development
Empowered Increased participation rate of civil society organizations (CSO) in
local governance and administration

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B. Peace and Order and Public Safety Situation

1. The Peace and Order and Public Safety Situation Matrix

Table 7
Peace and Order and Public Safety Situation Matrix

Focus Area Indicator Actual Data


Barangay Cases/Qualitative
Data
Peace and Order
A. Crime and Disorder
1. Illegal Number of drug personalities Bigke 7
drugs Cagamutan Norte 1
Cagamutan Sur 4
Gua-an 4
Guihaman 2
Guinobatan 6
Guintas 5
Napnud 7
Poblacion 19
San Vicente 11
Total 66
Number of buy-bust operations 15
Number of drug clearing operations 10
Number of drug-affected barangays Bigke 11
Cagamutan Norte
Cagamutan Sur
Gua-an
Guihaman
Guinobatan
Guintas
M.V. Hechanova
Napnud
Poblacion
San Vicente
Presence of rehabilitation services -
for drug dependents
Partnerships with CSOs/NGOs/POs -
for rehabilitation and aftercare of
drug dependents

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Focus Area Indicator Actual Data
Barangay Cases/Qualitative
Data
2. Crime Ratio of police personnel to total 29: 31,486
population
Number of police outposts/1000 -
population
Index crimes Bigke -
Buntatala 1
Cagamutan Norte 2
Cagamutan Sur 5
Calaboa -
Camangay 1
Cari Mayor 3
Cari Minor 1
Gua-an -
Guihaman 4
Guinobatan 6
Guintas -
Lapayon 4
M.V. Hechanova 1
Nabitasan 1
Napnud 4
Poblacion 26
San Vicente 5
Total 65
Non-index crimes Bigke 4
Buntatala 11
Cagamutan Norte 24
Cagamutan Sur 24
Calaboa 12
Camangay 9
Cari Mayor 4
Cari Minor 22
Gua-an 13
Guihaman 22
Guinobatan 22
Guintas 1
Lapayon 7
M.V. Hechanova 5
Nabitasan 7
Napnud 17
Poblacion 77
San Vicente 27
Total 284

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Focus Area Indicator Actual Data
Barangay Cases/Qualitative
Data
Crime volume 427
Crime solution efficiency 53.40%
Crime clearance efficiency 54.20%
Number and types of human rights -
violations, with information on
perpetrators and victims and
disaggregated by sex, age and
ethnicity
Number and types of election- -
related violent incidents
Number of children in conflict with 1
the law
Number of women who were -
affected by gender-based violence
B. Conflict
Number of high-value targets -
Number and types of violent -
incidents related to armed groups
Number of vital installations/lifelines
Number and location of military Poblacion 1
camps and police stations
Number and types of resource-based -
conflicts
Public Safety
A. Road and Vehicle Safety
Number of road accidents Bigke 2
Buntatala 10
Cagamutan Norte 18
Cagamutan Sur 18
Calaboa 8
Camangay 6
Cari Mayor 1
Gua-an 8
Guihaman 13
Guinobatan 14
Lapayon 4
M.V. Hechanova 2
Nabitasan 6
Napnud 16
Poblacion 52
San Vicente 18
Total 196

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Focus Area Indicator Actual Data
Barangay Cases/Qualitative
Data
Number of traffic warning signage 8
installed.
Number roads with poor condition 6
Number of CCTV installed -
B. Emergency/Crisis Management and Fire Safety
Number of fire incidents 34
Medical and rescue services -
conducted
Fire safety inspection certificate 439
issued

2. The Overview of the Peace and Order and Public Safety Situation

Leganes is generally a peaceful town with a crime volume of 427 cases in 2016, a decrease
of 33.70% from 2015 due to the improved police and tanod visibility, installation of additional
streetlights, and the prevalence of closed-circuit television (CCTVs) in commercial areas. There
are 65 cases of index crimes, 288 cases of non-index crimes and 74 complaints filed at the
barangay level.

For the past three years from 2014 to 2016, barangays Cagamutan Norte and Poblacion
were consistently considered as a crime hotspot. These two barangays are located adjacent to
each other, both located in an urban and commercial zone, with relatively large transient
population, high in-migration rate, and densely populated.

In terms of illegal drug trade, 11 out of 18 barangays of the Municipality are drug affected
with 66 drug personalities in total. Barangays Poblacion and San Vicente has the highest number
of drug personalities with 19 and 11 respectively out of the 66 total drug personalities. 15 buy-
bust operations and 10 drug clearing operations were conducted in support of the intensified
nationwide anti-drug campaign.

Luckily for the Municipality, there are no cases of conflict within the Municipality whether
disagreement over state policies, programs, projects, or threats of oppression of a segment of
the community by private groups or individuals.

Road accidents are rampant in the four national roads that traverse the Municipality i.e.
Iloilo-Capiz Road, Coastal Road, Radial Road and Jaen-Bustamante Road. In 2016 there was a
total of 196 road accidents, a high in the last three years. In 2015, there were 115 road accidents
and 183 in 2014. The causes of these accidents were due to a mechanical malfunction, poor road

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condition, human error, animals crossing, and drunk driving. Only Cari Minor out of the 18
barangays in Leganes has no record of road accidents in the last three years.

There were a total of 34 fire incidents in 2016, nine (9) of which were caused by structural
components of various types of buildings, and 25 were non-structural fires. The incidence of
structural fires was highest in Barangay Poblacion while the incidence of grass fires was high in
barangays Cagamutan Norte, Gua-an, Guihaman, Guinobatan, Nabitasan, and Napnud. The
estimated cost of damage to property has increased by 290% in 2016, amounting to P
1,530,000.00, compared to only P 392,000.00 in 2015.

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C. Priority Peace and Order and Public Safety Challenges

Table 8
Prioritizing Peace and Order and Public Safety Issues

Rank Issues/ Problems Manifestations Sources/ Causes Who are most affected Consequences if not Objectives to
addressed address the issue
Victims Perpetrators
A. Peace and Order
Crime and Disorder
1 Proliferation of 61 users and 5 Unstable home Illegal drug Illegal drug Increase in crime To become a
illegal drugs pushers environment, often due dependents peddlers and volume drug-free
to drug abuse or mental and their manufacturers Municipality
illness of the parent; families
Poor relationship with
parents;
Behavioral problems
combined with poor
parenting;
Use of drugs by friends/
peers; and
Availability of drugs
from friends
11 drug- Unhindered supply
affected network of illegal drugs
barangays
2 Increasing crime 65 cases of Weak parent-child Anyone Anyone Unabated increase To reduce the
rate index crimes attachment; in crime volume number of crimes
284 cases of Association with committed within
non-index delinquent peers; the Municipality
crimes Economic
428 crime distress/poverty;
volume Unemployment; and
Drug dependence

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Rank Issues/ Problems Manifestations Sources/ Causes Who are most affected Consequences if not Objectives to
Victims Perpetrators addressed address the issue
1 CICL Weak parent-child Anyone CICL Increase in the
attachment; number of CICLs
Association with
delinquent peers; and
Economic
distress/poverty
B. Public Safety
1. Road and Vehicle Safety
3 Insufficient road 218 cases of Mechanical Anyone Anyone Increase in road To reduce the
safety measures road accidents malfunction; accidents and frequency of road
in place Poor road condition; fatality accidents and
Human error; traffic
Animals crossing; and
Drunk driving
5 Ineffective traffic Lack of road Insufficient funds Increase in the
management signage frequency of traffic
jams
2. Emergency/Crisis Management and Fire Safety
4 There is a need to 34 fire incidence Structural components Property Increase in the To ensure fire
strengthen fire and dried grass owners frequency of safety and
prevention and conflagration, disaster-free
suppression damage to property community
and casualties

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In line with the Duterte administrations tougher policy on illegal drugs, the Municipality
has made its top priority to put a stop on the illegal drug trade within its territorial jurisdiction.
The Leganes Municipal Police Station has conducted fifteen (15) buy-bust operations and ten
drug clearing operations. An analysis of the data collected during interviews with drug users and
peddlers who have freely surrendered as a direct result of Oplan Tokhang, reveals that peer
influence and family factors were the main reason or cause for drug use.

For most people, the initial decision to take drugs is voluntary. But as they are swept up
into the cycle of addiction, the neural pathways in their brain change so they are less able to
control their behavior and resist their intense impulses.

The brain rewards pleasurable experiences, such as food, intimacy, and laughter, with
surges of dopamine. But using drugs triggers the release of much more dopamine, and the rush
of euphoria compels them to repeat the experience. The more someone uses drugs, the more
they condition their brain to anticipate the same substance-fueled pleasant sensations. That is
why its so difficult to stop. The brain becomes wired for addiction. Eventually, ones tolerance
may build so much that addictive behavior no longer provides any pleasure, and using drugs
simply becomes a way to avoid withdrawal. They need drugs just to keep feeling normal.

Risk for addiction is influenced by a person's biology, social environment, and age or stage
of development. The more risk factors an individual has, the greater the chance that taking drugs
can lead to addiction. The genes that people are born with, in combination with environmental
factors, account for about half of their addiction vulnerability. Additionally, gender and the
presence of other mental disorders may influence risk for drug abuse and addiction. A person's
environment includes many different influences, from family and friends to socio-economic
status and quality of life, in general. Factors such as peer pressure, physical and sexual abuse,
stress, and parental involvement can greatly influence the course of drug abuse and addiction in
a person's life.

The influence of illicit drugs on crime attracts more media attention these days. Many
people who commit crime also consume illegal drugs. Unlike alcohol, however, there is little
evidence that drugs such as heroin, cocaine and marijuana exert any direct pharmacological
effect on an individuals propensity to engage in crime. In any event, the onset of involvement
in crime usually precedes illicit drug consumption.

This has led some experts to argue that illicit drug taking and crime are just different
manifestations of deviant behavior rather than being causally related. The fact that many early
family precursors to involvement in crime are identical with those which precede illicit drug use
lends credence to this view. In fact illicit drug consumption almost certainly does cause crime
but not by driving large numbers of otherwise law-abiding people into crime. The influence of
illicit drug consumption stems from two sources. Firstly, many individuals already involved in
crime commit far more offences once they become drug-dependent. This is because offenders
addicted to expensive illegal drugs usually commit higher rates of property crime to fund their

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addiction. Secondly, there is some evidence that competition among drug suppliers for control
of illegal drug markets occasionally prompts them to engage in violence toward each other.

Illegal drug dependency and trade has a direct effect on local crime volume. Few other
factors contribute to the volume of index and non-index crimes i.e. poverty, parental neglect, low
self-esteem and alcohol are all connected in explaining why people commit crimes.

Poverty and unemployment are usually thought to cause crime because they motivate
people to offend as a means of overcoming their disadvantage. People are often driven to great
lengths of desperation by economic deprivation. Poverty contributes to robbery because people
may find it easier or quicker to steal than to go through the process of getting and keeping a job.
Less educated people may feel hopeless about finding work and steal out of a sense of need.

Factors associated with or indicative of inadequate parenting are among the strongest
predictors of involvement in crime. Parents exposed to economic or social stress have been
found to be more at risk of inadequate parenting practices, such as neglect, poor supervision and
inconsistent, erratic discipline. Family factors may be the main reason individuals get involved in
crime but drug dependence may be the main distinguishing factor between those who offend
frequently and those who offend only occasionally. Individuals may commit robbery to raise cash
to purchase illicit drugs but robbery rates may be more prevalent in some areas because of the
greater supply of attractive targets.

The parenting factors known to be related to delinquency can be usefully grouped into
four categories. In the first category are factors associated with parental neglect e.g. large family
size, poor parental supervision, and inadequate parent-child interaction. In the second category
are factors associated with parental conflict and discipline e.g. abuse or nagging, harsh, erratic or
inconsistent discipline. In the third are factors associated with deviant parental behavior and
attitude e.g. parental criminality, parental violence or tolerance of violence. In the fourth are
those associated with family disruption e.g. chronic spousal conflict or marriage break-up.

Strong independent relationships have been found between factors in all four of these
categories and juvenile involvement in crime. As a general rule, factors associated with neglect
are among the strongest predictors, factors associated with deviant parental attitudes and values
and family conflict are of intermediate strength and factors associated with family disruption are
the weakest predictors. As might be expected, the children of families with several risk factors,
whether from the same or different categories, are more likely to become involved in crime than
the children of families with just one or two risk factors.

Association with delinquent peers is another proximate cause for crime involvement. It
used to be thought that juveniles who mix with delinquent peers are more at risk of involvement
in crime simply because delinquents communicate deviant attitudes and values. Gang
membership, in particular, often provides a valuable source of information about how to reduce
the risk and increase the income associated with crime. Gangs can resort to extortion, fraud, and
theft as a means of achieving its goals.

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There are several convergent lines of evidence suggesting that alcohol consumption, at
least in certain circumstances, directly increases the risk of criminal violence. Firstly, alcohol has
been shown in behavioral experiments to increase aggression. Secondly, heavy drinkers are
more likely to report committing alcohol-related violent offences than light drinkers or non-
drinkers.

Violent crimes, such as murder, assault and rape, may result from bad subconscious
attitudes, personal gain or vengeance. A person may kill someone over a significant feud or
disdain.

Another priority concern of the Municipality are the increasing frequency of road
accidents and traffic. The main cause of road accidents is driver error which is often the result of
distracted driving. By far the most common cause of driver distraction is the use of cell phones,
whether by talking on the phone or texting.

The likelihood of avoiding any hazard depends largely on our ability to first perceive the
hazard, and then take appropriate action to avoid it. The proper response can mean the
difference between safely avoiding a road hazard and causing an accident. The margin of error is
often only a matter of seconds. If the driver is engaged in an activity such as texting on a phone
or adjusting the radio, the brain is less likely to perceive road hazards in sufficient time to allow
for a safe response.

Speeding is another source of driver error. Those drivers most likely to speed are also the
least experienced drivers, and the least equipped to deal with a high-speed hazard encountered
while driving. Poor decision-making also leads drivers to drive too fast for local conditions such
as poor weather or bad visibility.

Other driver-based decisions also lead to car accidents, and they can operate in much the
same way as distractions. Drinking impairs your senses and results in decreased muscle
coordination and slower reaction times. Drivers decision to consume alcohol and then get
behind the wheel of a car results in decreased reaction time, poor vision, and poor decision-
making.

Driving while fatigued has similar effects on drivers. Not only is a fatigued driver more
likely to fall asleep while driving, but fatigue also slows reaction times when it comes to
responding to hazards on the road.

There are also a number of non-driver related causes of car accidents. The physical
condition of the roadway can play a significant role in causing a car accident. If a road is
improperly maintained, that may make it difficult to maintain traction or to stop in time for a
hazard. The same holds true for weather conditions. Rain can make a roadway slippery, again
affecting driving conditions. Weather can also impair visibility when conditions include fog or
rain.

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The mechanical performance of your car can also play a role in the cause of accidents.
Failure to properly maintain the brake system or tires may impede your ability to stop a car in
advance of a hazard. Other mechanical issues may reduce your ability to steer clear of any
hazard you encounter on the roadway.

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D. Objectives, Strategies, Targets, Indicators, and Baseline Data

Table 9
Strategy Formulation Matrix by POPS Issue

Objective Indicator Target Strategies Champion


by end
of 2019
POPS Issue: Proliferation of illegal drugs
To become a Number of drug 0 Conduct of anti- PNP
drug-free personalities (61 users illegal drugs
municipality and 5 pushers) campaign
Number of buy-bust 20 PNP
operations
Number of drug clearing 9 PNP
operations
Number of drug affected 0 PNP
barangays PNP
Presence of rehabilitation 1 Establishment of MHO.
services for drug drug rehabilitation MSWDO,
dependents and aftercare religious
services sector, PNP
Partnerships with 3 Community LCE, PNP,
CSOs/NGOs/POs for participation DILG
rehabilitation and
aftercare of drug
dependents
POPS Issue: Increase in crime rate
To reduce the Ratio of police personnel 1:1,000 Intensify police PNP, GSO
number of to total population visibility and force
crimes multipliers
committed Recruitment PNP
within the advocacy
municipality Capability building PNP, DILG
Number of police 2 Infrastructure PNP, MEO
outposts/1000 population development
Incidence of Index Crimes 32 Harden vital PNP
installations and
economic key
points from lawless
elements

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Objective Indicator Target Strategies Champion
by end
of 2019
Incidence of Non-Index 142 Reduce the PNP
proliferation of
loose firearms
End all illegal PNP
gambling activities
Environmental PNP
management MENRO
campaign
Advocacy against MAO,
illegal fishing MENRO
Crime Volume 214 Public information PNP, DILG,
campaign Mayors
Office
Crime Solution Efficiency 26.70 Capability building DILG, PNP
and Crime Clearance and Provision of PNP
Efficiency 27.10 necessary
investigation
equipment
Apprehension of PNP
fugitives
Medico-legal MHO
services
Provision of legal PNP, PDEA
support to police
officers
Number and types of 0 Institute a PNP
human rights violations, mechanism that
with information on would address
perpetrators and victims human rights
and disaggregated by sex, violation by PNP
age and ethnicity personnel
Capability building PNP
Number of Children in 0 Enhance the PNP,
Conflict with the Law administration of MSWDO,
children-in-conflict DepEd
with the law (CICL)
Number of women who 0 Capability building PNP, DILG,
were affected by gender- and advocacy MSWDO,
based violence DepEd

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Objective Indicator Target Strategies Champion
by end
of 2019
POPS Issue: Tougher counter insurgency and anti-terrorism efforts
To be able to Number of High Value 0 Obtain and share PNP
suppress the Targets updated
infiltration of Number and types of 0 intelligence PNP/82nd IB
seditious armed violent incidents related information Phil. Army
groups to armed groups
Number of vital 2 Infrastructure PA
installations/lifelines development
Number location of 2
military camps and police
stations
POPS Issue: Ineffective traffic management
To reduce the Number of Road Accidents 109 Capability building PNP
frequency of road Plan formulation SB, MPDO,
accidents and and legislation MEO
traffic Organizational MO
development
Number of traffic warning 20 Road safety MEO
signage installed. improvement
Number of Roads with 0 DPWH,
poor condition MEO
Number of CCTV installed 6 PNP
POPS Issue: Strengthen fire prevention and suppression
To ensure a fire Number of fire incidents 17 Capability building BFP
safe and disaster- Medical and Rescue 0 and advocacy BFP
free community Services Conducted
Fire Safety Inspection 450 Intelligence BFP
Certificate Issued operation

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E. Critical Policies, Programs, Projects, Services and Activities

Table 10
Activity Matrix by Strategy

Strategies Policies, Office(r) Schedule of Expected Outputs


Programs, Primarily Implementation
Projects, Responsible Starting Completion
Services Date Date
and/or
Activities
1st Priority POPS Issue: Proliferation of illegal drugs
Objective: To become a drug-free municipality
Targets:
0 drug personalities;
20 buy-bust operations conducted;
9 drug clearing operations conducted;
Rehabilitation services for drug dependents established; and
Partnerships with at least 3 CSOs/NGOs/POs for rehabilitation and aftercare of drug
dependents
Conduct of Community- PNP 2017 2019 18 barangays
anti-illegal based declared as drug
drugs TOKHANG free
campaign Program
Buy-bust PNP 2017 2019
operation
Barangay drug PNP 2017 2019
clearing
operation
Restructure PNP 2017 2019 1 MAIDSOTF
Municipal Anti- restructured
Illegal Drugs
Special
Operation
Taskforce
(MAIDSOTF)
Information PNP 2017 2019
education
campaign

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Strategies Policies, Programs, Office(r) Schedule of Expected
Projects, Services Primarily Implementation Outputs
and/or Activities Responsible Starting Completion
Date Date
Establishment Conduct support MHO. 2017 2019 100%
of drug group therapy an MSWDO, reduction in
rehabilitation follow-up home religious drug user
and aftercare visitations sector repeat
services Therapeutic 2017 2019 offenders
community
modality
Summer Youth MSWDO, 2017 2019 4 participants
Camp PNP per barangay
Community Reactiviation of LCE, PNP, 2017 2019 1 MADAC and
participation Municipal Anti-drug DILG 18 BADAC
Abuse Council functional
(MADAC) and
Barangay Anti-drug
Abuse Council
(BADAC) and
ensure that
CSOs/NGOs/POs
are involved
2nd Priority POPS Issue: Increase in crime rate
Objective: To reduce the number of crimes committed within the municipality
Targets:
1:1,000 police personnel to total population ratio
2 police outposts established
50% reduction in the number of Index and non-index crimes
50% reduction in crime volume
76.70% crime solution efficiency
77.10% crime clearance efficiency
0 human rights violations
0 children in conflict with the law
0 women affected by gender-based violence
Intensify Full PNP 2017 2019 2 checkpoints
police Implementation of per day
visibility and Police Integrated
force Patrol System
multipliers (PIPS)

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Strategies Policies, Programs, Office(r) Schedule of Expected
Projects, Services Primarily Implementation Outputs
and/or Activities Responsible Starting Completion
Date Date
Supply the PNP, GSO 2017 2019
logistical
requirements of
Leganes MPS i.e.:
a. fuel 2017 2019
b. Office Supplies 2017 2019
c. Repair and 2017 2019
maintenance of
vehicles
Recruitment Continuous PNP 2017 2019 Receive daily
advocacy recruitment and intelligence
training of report (IR)
Barangay
Intelligence
Network (BIN), and
"Eye in the
barangay" (EB)
Capability Barangay PNP 2017 2019 50%
building Peacekeeping reduction in
Action Team crime rate
(BPATs) capability
enhancement
seminar
Trainings and PNP, DILG 2017 2019 50%
seminars for reduction in
barangay tanods the number
Search for DILG 2017 2019 of index and
Outstanding non-index
Barangay Tanod crimes
Infrastructure Establishment of PNP, MEO 2017 2019 2 outposts
development police outposts at established
the Bypass and
Coastal Road

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Strategies Policies, Office(r) Schedule of Expected Outputs
Programs, Primarily Implementation
Projects, Responsible Starting Completion
Services and/or Date Date
Activities
Harden vital Security survey PNP 2017 2019 100% vital
installations inspection installations,
and economic economic key
key points points and financial
from lawless establishments
elements inspected
Reduce the Establishment PNP 2017 2019 1 mobile
proliferation of fixed mobile checkpoint
of loose checkpoints established
firearms Oplan Bakal PNP 2017 2019 All firearms
licensed accounted
Oplan Kapkap PNP 2017 2019 Zero incident on
carrying of firearms
Oplan PNP 2017 2019 Eliminate
Paglalansag unlicensed firearms
End all illegal Conduct of raid PNP 2017 2019 Eliminate illegal
gambling on suspected gambling/gambling
activities gambling operator/s
establishment
Conduct casing
surveillance to
suspected
gambling
personalities
Environmental Campaign and PNP MENRO 2017 2019 No illegal
management apprehension mangrove logging
campaign of violators of and sand quarrying
illegal
mangrove
logging and
sand quarrying
Advocacy Strengthening MAO, 2017 2019 Bantay Dagat, PNP
against illegal of Bantay MENRO
fishing Dagat

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Strategies Policies, Office(r) Schedule of Expected Outputs
Programs, Primarily Implementation
Projects, Responsible Starting Completion
Services Date Date
and/or
Activities
Public Crime PNP 2017 2019 Crime prevention
information Prevention week celebrated
campaign Week
celebration
Pulong-pulong PNP, DILG, 2017 2019 2 integrated
and seminars Mayors pulong-pulong and
Office seminar conducted
per year
Distribution of PNP, DILG, 2017 2019 Distribute 500 IEC
IEC materials Mayors materials
Office
Capability Katarungang DILG 2017 2019 Number of petty
building Pambarangay crimes/conflicts
training resolved by the KP
Search for the DILG 2017 2019 Number of cases
Best Lupong resolved by the KP
Tagapamayapa
Markmanship PNP 2017 2019 29 PNP personnel
training trained
Criminal PNP 2017 2019 3 Criminal
Investigation Investigation
Course Course trained
investigators per
year
Crime scene PNP 2017 2019 2 trained personnel
photography
seminar
Provision of Purchase of PNP 2017 2019 1 complete set
necessary investigative investigative kit
investigation kit
equipment
Apprehension Conduct of PNP 2017 2019 100% of fugitives in
of fugitives surveillance the Municipality
and reward apprehended
system in place
Medico-legal Consultation MHO 2017 2019 Issued medical
services certificate

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Strategies Policies, Office(r) Schedule of Expected Outputs
Programs, Primarily Implementation
Projects, Responsible Starting Completion
Services and/or Date Date
Activities
Provision of Legal and PNP, PDEA 2017 2019 12 RA 9165 cases
legal support logistic service filed
to police
officers
Institute a Creation and PNP 2017 2019 1 HR desk
mechanism activation of establishment and
that would Human Rights maintained
address Desk
human rights
violation by
PNP
personnel
Capability Conduct PNP 2017 2019 4 seminars /yr
building seminar on
human rights
Enhance the Enforcement of PNP, 2017 2019 Decrease in the
administration R. A. 9344 MSWDO, number of
of children-in- (CICL) DepEd CICLs/number of
conflict with CICLs apprehended
the law (CICL) Strict PNP, 2017 2019 Decrease number
implementation MSWDO, of minor
of curfew for DepEd apprehended
minors
Capability Conduct gender PNP, DILG, 2017 2019 2 activities/year
building and and MSWDO
advocacy development
(GAD) training
Conduct values PNP, 2017 2019 2 values orientation
orientation MSWDO seminar conducted
seminar
Conduct family PNP, 2017 2019 12 visitations/year
visitations MSWDO
Information PNP, 2017 2019 14 school IEC
education MSWDO, conducted
campaign DepEd

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Strategies Policies, Office(r) Schedule of Expected Outputs
Programs, Primarily Implementation
Projects, Responsible Starting Completion
Services and/or Date Date
Activities
3rd Priority POPS Issue: Ineffective traffic management
Objective: To reduce the frequency of road accidents and traffic
Targets:
50% reduction in road accidents
At least 20 traffic warning signage installed
0 roads in poor condition
At least 6 CCTVs installed
Capability Training of PNP 2017 2019 4 traffic enforcers
building traffic enforcers trained
LTO deputized PNP 2017 2019 Traffic enforcers
traffic enforcers deputized
Plan Enactment of SB 2017 2019 Traffic ordinance
formulation traffic enacted
and legislation ordinance
Updating of MPDO, 2017 2019 Traffic management
traffic MEO agenda updated
management
agenda
Organizational Establishment MO 2017 2019 TMO established
development of traffic
management
unit under the
Office of the
Municipal
Mayor
Road safety Fabrication and MEO 2017 2019 Signage installed
improvement installation of
traffic signage
Rehabilitation DPWH, 2017 2019 Roads upgraded
and upgrading MEO
of roads
Installation of PNP 2017 2019 CCTVs installed
CCTVs

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Strategies Policies, Programs, Office(r) Schedule of Expected
Projects, Services Primarily Implementation Outputs
and/or Activities Responsible Starting Completion
Date Date
4th Priority POPS Issue: Strengthen fire prevention and suppression
Objective: To ensure a fire safe and disaster-free community
Targets:
50% reduction in fire incidence
450 fire safety inspection certificate issued
Capability Conduct of fire BFP 2017 2019 16 seminars
building and safety seminar and conducted
advocacy fire drills for schools,
public and private
establishments
Celebration of Fire BFP 2017 2019 Fire
Prevention Month Prevention
Month
celebrated
Conduct of barangay BFP 2017 2019 90 tanods
tanod first trained
responders training
Conduct of BFP 2017 2019 90 volunteers
community action trained
response training for
emergency
Intelligence Conduct of BFP 2017 2019 Monitoring/
operation surveillance and intelligence
information report
gathering of large submitted
business
establishments with
fire insurance
th
5 Priority POPS Issue: Tougher counter insurgency and anti-terrorism efforts
Objective: To be able to suppress the infiltration of seditious armed groups
Targets:
No presence of high-value targets
0 violent incidents related to armed groups
2 vital installations/lifelines established
Military camp established

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Strategies Policies, Programs, Office(r) Schedule of Expected
Projects, Services Primarily Implementation Outputs
and/or Activities Responsible Starting Completion
Date Date
Obtain and Attend intelligence PNP 2017 2019 4 Intel
share updated fusion with the Fusion/yr
intelligence Philippine Army
information (PA)
Intelligence PNP 2017 2019
coordination with
82nd Infantry
Battalion, PA
Intelligence PNP 2017 2019 80%
coordination with reduction in
other law crime rate
enforcement
agencies (LEA)
Conduct of regular PNP/82nd IB 2017 2019
monitoring of Phil. Army
armed group
movement or entry
within the area of
responsibility
(AOR)
Conduct pulong- PNP 2017 2019 Insurgency-
pulong free
municipality
Infrastructure Construction of PA 2017 2019 1 military
development military camp in camp
Nabitasan established

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F. Funding Requirements

Table 11
POPS Plan for Funding

PPSAs Implementing Schedule of Expected Outputs Funding Possible Amount


Office Implementation Requirement Funding
Starting Completion Source PS MOOE CO Total
Date Date
1. Priority POPS Issue: Proliferation of Illegal Drugs
Community- PNP 2017 2019 18 barangays declared Fuel GF - 25,000.00 - 25,000.00
based as drug free
TOKHANG
Program
Buy-bust PNP 2017 2019 Marked money, GF - 100,000.00 - 100,000.00
operation confidential
expenses
(8,000/operation/
month)
Barangay drug PNP 2017 2019 Tarpaulin, GF - 90,000.00 - 90,000.00
clearing supplies, snacks
operation
Restructure PNP 2017 2019 1 MAIDSOTF - - - -
Municipal Anti- restructured
Illegal Drugs
Special
Operation
Taskforce
(MAIDSOTF)
Information PNP 2017 2019 Supplies, snacks GF - 50,000.00 - 50,000.00
education
campaign
Conduct MHO. 2017 2019 100% reduction in drug Counselling GF - 50,000.00 - 50,000.00
support group MSWDO, user repeat offenders
therapy an religious
follow-up home sector
visitations

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PPSAs Implementing Schedule of Expected Outputs Funding Possible Amount
Office Implementation Requirement Funding
Starting Completion Source PS MOOE CO Total
Date Date
Therapeutic 2017 2019 Training , drug GF - 130,000.00 - 130,000.00
community test
modality
Summer Youth MSWDO, PNP 2017 2019 4 participants per Training GF - 60,000.00 - 60,000.00
Camp barangay
Reactiviation of LCE, PNP, 2017 2019 1 MADAC and 18 - - - -
Municipal Anti- DILG BADAC functional
drug Abuse
Council
(MADAC) and
Barangay Anti-
drug Abuse
Council (BADAC)
and ensure that
CSOs/NGOs/POs
are involved
2. Priority POPS Issue: Increase in Crime Rate
Full PNP 2017 2019 2 checkpoints per day Fuel, supplies GF - 127,750.00 - 127,750.00
Implementation
of Police
Integrated
Patrol System
(PIPS)
Supply the PNP, GSO 2017 2019 Fuel, office GF - 98,200.00 - 98,200.00
logistical supplies, repair
requirements of and maintenance
Leganes MPS of vehicles
Continuous PNP 2017 2019 Receive daily Training GF - 60,000.00 - 60,000.00
recruitment and intelligence report (IR)
training of
Barangay
Intelligence
Network (BIN),
and "Eye in the
barangay" (EB)

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PPSAs Implementing Schedule of Expected Outputs Funding Possible Amount
Office Implementation Requirement Funding
Starting Completion Source PS MOOE CO Total
Date Date
Barangay PNP 2017 2019 50% reduction in crime Food, supplies GF - 90,000.00 - 90,000.00
Peacekeeping rate and materials,
Action Team honorarium of
(BPATs) speakers
capability
enhancement
seminar
Trainings and PNP, DILG 2017 2019 50% reduction in the Food, supplies GF - 60,000.00 - 60,000.00
seminars for number of index and and materials,
barangay non-index crimes honorarium of
tanods speakers
Search for DILG 2017 2019 Awards and GF - 50,000.00 - 50,000.00
Outstanding incentives,
Barangay Tanod uniforms
Establishment PNP, MEO 2017 2019 2 outposts established Fabrication of DF - 200,000.00 200,000.00
of police outpost
outposts at the
Bypass and
Coastal Road
Security survey PNP 2017 2019 100% vital installations, - - - -
inspection economic key points
and financial
establishments
inspected
Establishment PNP 2017 2019 1 mobile checkpoint - - - -
of fixed mobile established
checkpoints
Oplan Bakal PNP 2017 2019 All firearms licensed GF - 12,000.00 - 12,000.00
accounted
Oplan Kapkap PNP 2017 2019 Zero incident on GF - 10,000.00 - 10,000.00
carrying of firearms
Oplan PNP 2017 2019 Eliminate unlicensed GF - 6,000.00 - 6,000.00
Paglalansag firearms
Conduct of PNP 2017 2019 Eliminate illegal GF - 25,000.00 - 25,000.00
surveillance and gambling/gambling
raid on operator/s

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PPSAs Implementing Schedule of Expected Outputs Funding Possible Amount
Office Implementation Requirement Funding
Starting Completion Source PS MOOE CO Total
Date Date
suspected
gambling
establishments
and
personalities
Campaign and PNP MENRO 2017 2019 GF - 6,000.00 - 6,000.00
apprehension of
violators of
illegal mangrove
logging and
sand quarrying
Strengthening MAO, MENRO 2017 2019 Bantay Dagat, PNP - - - -
of Bantay Dagat
Crime PNP 2017 2019 Tarpaulin, snacks, GF - 20,000.00 - 20,000.00
Prevention supplies and
Week materials
celebration
Pulong-pulong PNP, DILG, 2017 2019 2 integrated pulong- Honorarium, GF - 36,000.00 - 36,000.00
and seminars Mayors pulong and seminar supplies, snacks
Office conducted per year
Distribution of PNP, DILG, 2017 2019 Distribute 500 IEC Printing GF - 20,000.00 - 20,000.00
IEC materials Mayors materials
Office
Katarungang DILG 2017 2019 Number of petty GF - 5,000.00 - 5,000.00
Pambarangay crimes/conflicts
training resolved by the KP
Search for the DILG 2017 2019 Number of cases - - - -
Best Lupong resolved by the KP
Tagapamayapa
Markmanship PNP 2017 2019 29 PNP personnel GF - 30,000.00 - 30,000.00
training trained
Criminal PNP 2017 2019 3 Criminal Investigation GF - 15,000.00 - 15,000.00
Investigation Course trained
Course investigators per year

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PPSAs Implementing Schedule of Expected Outputs Funding Possible Amount
Office Implementation Requirement Funding
Starting Completion Source PS MOOE CO Total
Date Date
Crime scene PNP 2017 2019 2 trained personnel GF - 5,000.00 - 5,000.00
photography
seminar
Purchase of PNP 2017 2019 1 complete set GF - 16,930.00 - 16,930.00
investigative kit investigative kit
Conduct of PNP 2017 2019 100% of fugitives in the GF - 100,000.00 - 100,000.00
surveillance and Municipality
reward system apprehended
in place
Consultation MHO 2017 2019 Issued medical - - - -
certificate
Legal and PNP, PDEA 2017 2019 12 RA 9165 cases filed 10,000/Case GF - 120,000.00 - 120,000.00
logistic service
Creation and PNP 2017 2019 1 HR desk - - - -
activation of establishment and
Human Rights maintained
Desk
Conduct PNP 2017 2019 4 seminars /yr GF - 2,000.00 - 2,000.00
seminar on
human rights
Enforcement of PNP, 2017 2019 Decrease in the GF - 10,000.00 - 10,000.00
R. A. 9344 (CICL) MSWDO, number of
DepEd CICLs/number of CICLs
apprehended
Strict PNP, 2017 2019 Decrease number of GF - 14,000.00 - 14,000.00
implementation MSWDO, minor apprehended
of curfew for DepEd
minors
Conduct gender PNP, DILG, 2017 2019 2 activities/yr Honorarium, GF - 24,000.00 - 24,000.00
and MSWDO snacks, supplies
development and materials
(GAD) training
Conduct values PNP, MSWDO 2017 2019 2 values orientation Snacks, supplies, GF - 20,000.00 - 20,000.00
orientation seminar conducted honorarium
seminar

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PPSAs Implementing Schedule of Expected Outputs Funding Possible Amount
Office Implementation Requirement Funding
Starting Completion Source PS MOOE CO Total
Date Date
Conduct family PNP, MSWDO 2017 2019 12 visitations/yr Fuel GF - 5,000.00 - 5,000.00
visitations
Information PNP, 2017 2019 14 school IEC Fuel, supplies and GF - 35,000.00 - 35,000.00
education MSWDO, conducted materials,
campaign DepEd honorarium of
speaker
3. Priority POPS Issue: Tougher Counterinsurgency and Anti-terrorism Efforts
Attend PNP 2017 2019 4 Intel Fusion/yr - - - -
intelligence
fusion with the
Philippine Army
(PA)
Intelligence PNP 2017 2019 - - - -
coordination
with 82nd
Infantry
Battalion, PA
Intelligence PNP 2017 2019 80% reduction in crime - - - -
coordination rate
with other law
enforcement
agencies (LEA)
Conduct of PNP/82nd IB 2017 2019 GF - 6,000.00 - 6,000.00
regular Phil. Army
monitoring of
armed group
movement or
entry within the
area of
responsibility
(AOR)
Conduct PNP 2017 2019 Insurgency-free GF - 12,000.00 - 12,000.00
pulong-pulong municipality
Construction of PA 2017 2019 1 military camp PA - - - -
military camp in established
Nabitasan

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PPSAs Implementing Schedule of Expected Outputs Funding Possible Amount
Office Implementation Requirement Funding
Starting Completion Source PS MOOE CO Total
Date Date
4. Priority POPS Issue: Ineffective Traffic Management
Training of PNP 2017 2019 4 traffic enforcers GF - 180,000.00 - 180,000.00
traffic enforcers trained
LTO deputized PNP 2017 2019 Traffic enforcers - - - -
traffic enforcers deputized
Enactment of SB 2017 2019 Traffic ordinance - - - -
traffic enacted
ordinance
Updating of MPDO, MEO 2017 2019 Traffic management - - - -
traffic agenda updated
management
agenda
Establishment MO 2017 2019 TMO established - - - -
of traffic
management
unit under the
Office of the
Municipal
Mayor
Fabrication and MEO 2017 2019 Signage installed DF - - 200,000.00 200,000.00
installation of
traffic signage
Rehabilitation DPWH, MEO 2017 2019 Roads upgraded External - - 50,000,000.00 50,000,000.00
and upgrading Funding
of roads
Installation of PNP 2017 2019 CCTVs installed DF - - 100,000.00 100,000.00
CCTVs

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PPSAs Implementing Schedule of Expected Outputs Funding Possible Amount
Office Implementation Requirement Funding
Starting Completion Source PS MOOE CO Total
Date Date
5. Priority POPS Issue: Strengthen Fire Prevention and Suppression
Conduct of fire BFP 2017 2019 16 seminars conducted DRRMF - 90,000.00 - 90,000.00
safety seminar
and fire drills
for schools,
public and
private
establishments
Celebration of BFP 2017 2019 Fire Prevention Month GF - 5,000.00 - 5,000.00
Fire Prevention celebrated
Month
Conduct of BFP 2017 2019 90 tanods trained DRRMF - 90,000.00 - 90,000.00
barangay tanod
first responders
training
Conduct of BFP 2017 2019 90 volunteers trained DRRMF - 90,000.00 - 90,000.00
community
action response
training for
emergency
Conduct of BFP 2017 2019 Monitoring/intelligence GF - 84,000.00 - 84,000.00
surveillance and report submitted
information
gathering of
large business
establishments
with fire
insurance

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G. Implementation Arrangements and Annual Implementation Plan

The Peace and Order and Public Safety Plan of the Municipality of Leganes shall be
implemented by various stakeholders of the Municipal Peace and Order Council (MPOC) e.g.
Leganes Municipal Police Station, Bureau of Fire Protection, Municipal Social Welfare and
Development Office, Municipal Health Office, Municipal Engineering Office, Office of the
Municipal Mayor, etc. or through collaboration with non-government organizations and civil
society organizations. The MPOC, based on Executive Order No. 48 series of 2016, is composed
of the following:

Chairperson Atty. Adolfo E. Jaen


Municipal Mayor

Vice Chairperson Atty. Jose Romi S. Maraon


Municipal Vice Mayor

Members Rodito C. Jinon


Chairperson, Committee on Police Matters, Public Order and
Safety, Disaster Preparedness and Information Technology

Celia B. Diaz
Municipal Local Government Operations Officer

PS/Insp Gerry A. Leones


Chief of Police

Serle G. Deysolong
Municipal Agriculture Officer

Llane V. Lumanog
Municipal Social Welfare and Development Officer

Norberto M. Cabaobao, PhD


DepEd District Supervisor

Bonifacio P. Prias
Principal, Leganes National High School

SFO3 Ariel S. Seloterio


Municipal Fire Marshal

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Russel S. Jinon
Information Officer

Editha Q. Agilles
Private Sector Representative

(Ret.) PS/Supt. Carlito G. Espao


Private Sector Representative

Lt. Col. EnrequitoA. Deocadez, Inf. (GSC) PA


Commander. 82IB. 3ID, Philippine Army

Engr. Samson J. Jaspe


Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Officer
Designate

Raymund M. Jacomille
Municipal Security Consultant

Head Secretariat Celia B. Diaz


Municipal Local Government Operations Officer

Secretariat PO1 Roselyn G. Tingson


Members PNP Staff

Danette S. Guinalon
Community Affairs Assistant I

Shirley J. Saligbon
Administrative Aide VI

The MPOC shall have the following duties and functions:

1. Convene the Peace and Order Council quarterly, or as often as the need arises;
2. Invite other concerned agencies, not included in E.O. 773, s. 2009 (e.g. intelligence
communities or agencies) to join or participate in POC meetings an/.or activities;
3. Formulate a 3-year RPOC Operational Plan, or a 3-yeat LPOC Peace and Order and
Public Safety (POPS) Plan, to be incorporated in the Comprehensive Development
Plan (CDP);
4. Provide a forum for interdisciplinary dialogue and deliberation of major issues and
concerns affecting peace, order and public safety nationwide;
5. Recommend strategic action or activities aimed at promoting, improving or
enhancing peace, order and public safety measures including anti-insurgency
measures within their respective jurisdictions;

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6. Recommend measures to converge and orchestrate internal security operations
efforts of civil authorities and agencies, military and police;
7. Formulate and adopt an effective mechanism for the coordination, cooperation,
and consultation involving the local executives, citizenry and law enforcement
agencies under R.A. 6975, as amended, in the adoption of the Community and
Service-oriented Policing (CSOP) System;
8. Apply moral suasion to and/or recommend sanctions against local chief executives
who are giving material and political support to the insurgents;
9. Monitor the provision of livelihood and infrastructure development programs and
projects in the remote rural and indigenous population areas to isolate them from
the insurgents ideological, political and organizational works;
10. Create a Special Action Committee to address the immediate issues on peace and
order and public safety, in case of emergencies;
11. Create a technical working group (TWG) for the purpose of POPS Planning,
following the guidelines prescribed by the DILG on the tools and processes on
POPS Planning;
12. Submit semestral POC Accomplishment Report to the NPOC, through their
respective POC Secretariats;
13. Serve as the convergence mechanism to support the Comprehensive Local
Integration Program (CLIP) Committee in its implementation at the Provincial POC
level;
14. Provide staff and financial support to POC Secretariat; and
15. Perform other functions as may be directed by law, the National Peace and Order
Council or the President.

The MPOC Secretariat on the other hand have the following functions:

1. Assist the Chairperson in the conduct of MPOC meetings;


2. Provide technical assistance in the performance of administrative and technical
tasks of the MPOC;
3. Recommend and prepare MPOC agenda and other required documents during
POC meetings;
4. Prepare resolutions of the Council and the minutes of the meeting;
5. Prepare and submit semestral MPOC accomplishment report to the NPOC,
through the PPOC and RPOC secretariats;
6. Prepare and submit quarterly MPOC Secretariat accomplishment report to the
NPOC, through the PPOC and RPOC secretariats;
7. Monitor municipal peace and order situation and submit a quarterly report to the
NPOC, through the PPOC and RPOC secretariats;
8. Monitor functionality of the BPOC and submit annual functionality report;
9. Provide technical support or assistance to activities related to CLIP, PAMANA,
regional task forces, and other programs concerned with peace and public safety
of the Municipality; and
10. Perform such other tasks as may be directed by the Council.

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Table12
Collaboration Matrix

Organization/ LGU PNP Barangay Interfaith-based DepEd


Responsibility Organization
LGU - Conduct summer youth camp; - Conduct values Implement drug
Reactivate MADAC and BADAC; orientation diversion/
Provide logistical requirements; prevention programs
Establishment of police
outposts;
Campaign and apprehension of
illegal mangrove loggers and
sand quarrying;
Conduct pulong-pulong;
Conduct IEC;
Strict implementation of curfew
for minors; and
Conduct GAD training
PNP - - Upgrading - -
of roads
Barangay Implement drug diversion/ Refer suspected drug users - - -
prevention programs
Interfaith-based Conduct support group - - - -
Organization therapy and therapeutic
community modality
DepEd - - - - -

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Table 13
Annual Implementation Plan

PPSAs Implementing Schedule of Expected Outputs Funding Funding Requirements


Office Implementation Source
Started Completed PS MOOE CO Total
A. Peace and Order
1. Crime and Disorder
Community-based TOKHANG Program PNP 2017 2019 18 barangays GF - 25,000.00 - 25,000.00
declared as drug
free
Buy-bust operation PNP 2017 2019 GF - 100,000.00 - 100,000.00
Barangay drug clearing operation PNP 2017 2019 GF - 90,000.00 - 90,000.00
Restructure Municipal Anti-Illegal Drugs PNP 2017 2019 1 MAIDSOTF - - - -
Special Operation Taskforce restructured
(MAIDSOTF)
Information education campaign PNP 2017 2019 GF - 50,000.00 - 50,000.00
Conduct support group therapy an MHO. MSWDO, 2017 2019 100% reduction in GF - 50,000.00 - 50,000.00
follow-up home visitations religious sector drug user repeat
offenders
Therapeutic community modality 2017 2019 GF - 130,000.00 - 130,000.00
Summer Youth Camp MSWDO, PNP 2017 2019 4 participants per GF - 60,000.00 - 60,000.00
barangay
Reactiviation of Municipal Anti-drug LCE, PNP, DILG 2017 2019 1 MADAC and 18 - - - -
Abuse Council (MADAC) and Barangay BADAC functional
Anti-drug Abuse Council (BADAC) and
ensure that CSOs/NGOs/POs are
involved
Full Implementation of Police Integrated PNP 2017 2019 2 checkpoints per GF - 127,750.00 - 127,750.00
Patrol System (PIPS) day
Supply the logistical requirements of PNP, GSO 2017 2019 GF - 98,200.00 - 98,200.00
Leganes MPS

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PPSAs Implementing Schedule of Expected Outputs Funding Funding Requirements
Office Implementation Source
Started Completed PS MOOE CO Total
Continuous recruitment and PNP 2017 2019 Receive daily intelligence GF - 60,000.00 - 60,000.00
training of Barangay report (IR)
Intelligence Network (BIN),
and "Eye in the barangay"
(EB)
Barangay Peacekeeping PNP 2017 2019 50% reduction in crime GF - 90,000.00 - 90,000.00
Action Team (BPATs) rate
capability enhancement
seminar
Trainings and seminars for PNP, DILG 2017 2019 50% reduction in the GF - 60,000.00 - 60,000.00
barangay tanods number of index and
non-index crimes
Search for Outstanding DILG 2017 2019 GF - 50,000.00 - 50,000.00
Barangay Tanod
Establishment of police PNP, MEO 2017 2019 2 outposts established DF - - 200,000.00 200,000.00
outposts at the Bypass and
Coastal Road
Security survey inspection PNP 2017 2019 100% vital installations, - - - -
economic key points and
financial establishments
inspected
Establishment of fixed PNP 2017 2019 1 mobile checkpoint - - - -
mobile checkpoints established
Oplan Bakal PNP 2017 2019 All firearms licensed GF - 12,000.00 - 12,000.00
accounted
Oplan Kapkap PNP 2017 2019 Zero incident on carrying GF - 10,000.00 - 10,000.00
of firearms
Oplan Paglalansag PNP 2017 2019 Eliminate unlicensed GF - 6,000.00 - 6,000.00
firearms
Conduct of surveillance and PNP 2017 2019 Eliminate illegal GF - 25,000.00 - 25,000.00
raid on suspected gambling gambling/ gambling
establishments and operator/s
personalities

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PPSAs Implementing Schedule of Expected Outputs Funding Funding Requirements
Office Implementation Source
Started Completed PS MOOE CO Total
Campaign and apprehension of PNP MENRO 2017 2019 GF - 6,000.00 - 6,000.00
violators of illegal mangrove
logging and sand quarrying
Strengthening of Bantay Dagat MAO, MENRO 2017 2019 Bantay Dagat, PNP - - - -
Crime Prevention Week PNP 2017 2019 GF - 20,000.00 - 20,000.00
celebration
Pulong-pulong and seminars PNP, DILG, 2017 2019 2 integrated pulong- GF - 36,000.00 - 36,000.00
Mayors Office pulong and seminar
conducted per year
Distribution of IEC materials PNP, DILG, 2017 2019 Distribute 500 IEC GF - 20,000.00 - 20,000.00
Mayors Office materials
Katarungang Pambarangay DILG 2017 2019 Number of petty GF - 5,000.00 - 5,000.00
training crimes/conflicts resolved
by the KP
Search for the Best Lupong DILG 2017 2019 Number of cases resolved - - - -
Tagapamayapa by the KP
Markmanship training PNP 2017 2019 29 PNP personnel trained GF - 30,000.00 - 30,000.00
Criminal Investigation Course PNP 2017 2019 3 Criminal Investigation GF - 15,000.00 - 15,000.00
Course trained
investigators per year
Crime scene photography PNP 2017 2019 2 trained personnel GF - 5,000.00 - 5,000.00
seminar
Purchase of investigative kit PNP 2017 2019 1 complete set GF - 16,930.00 - 16,930.00
investigative kit
Conduct of surveillance and PNP 2017 2019 100% of fugitives in the GF - 100,000.00 - 100,000.00
reward system in place Municipality apprehended
Consultation MHO 2017 2019 Issued medical certificate - - - -
Legal and logistic service PNP, PDEA 2017 2019 12 RA 9165 cases filed GF - 120,000.00 - 120,000.00
Creation and activation of PNP 2017 2019 1 HR desk establishment - - - -
Human Rights Desk and maintained
Conduct seminar on human PNP 2017 2019 4 seminars /yr GF - 2,000.00 - 2,000.00
rights
Enforcement of R. A. 9344 PNP, MSWDO, 2017 2019 Decrease in the number of GF - 10,000.00 - 10,000.00
(CICL) DepEd CICLs/number of CICLs
apprehended

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PPSAs Implementing Schedule of Expected Outputs Funding Funding Requirements
Office Implementation Source
Started Completed PS MOOE CO Total
Strict implementation of PNP, MSWDO, 2017 2019 Decrease number GF - 14,000.00 - 14,000.00
curfew for minors DepEd of minor
apprehended
Conduct gender and PNP, DILG, 2017 2019 2 activities/yr GF - 24,000.00 - 24,000.00
development (GAD) training MSWDO
Conduct values orientation PNP, MSWDO 2017 2019 2 values GF - 20,000.00 - 20,000.00
seminar orientation
seminar
conducted
Conduct family visitations PNP, MSWDO 2017 2019 12 visitations/yr GF - 5,000.00 - 5,000.00
Information education PNP, MSWDO, 2017 2019 14 school IEC GF - 35,000.00 - 35,000.00
campaign DepEd conducted
Subtotal - 1,527,880.00 200,000.00 1,727,880.00
2. Conflict
Attend intelligence fusion with PNP 2017 2019 4 Intel Fusion/yr - - - -
the Philippine Army (PA)
Intelligence coordination with PNP 2017 2019 - - - -
82nd Infantry Battalion, PA
Intelligence coordination with PNP 2017 2019 80% reduction in - - - -
other law enforcement crime rate
agencies (LEA)
Conduct of regular monitoring PNP/82nd IB 2017 2019 GF - 6,000.00 - 6,000.00
of armed group movement or Phil. Army
entry within the area of
responsibility (AOR)
Conduct pulong-pulong PNP 2017 2019 Insurgency-free GF - 12,000.00 - 12,000.00
municipality
Construction of military camp PA 2017 2019 1 military camp PA - - - -
in Nabitasan established
Subtotal - 18,000.00 - 18,000.00

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PPSAs Implementing Schedule of Expected Funding Funding Requirements
Office Implementation Outputs Source
Started Completed PS MOOE CO Total
B. Public Safety
1. Road and Vehicle Safety
Training of traffic enforcers PNP 2017 2019 4 traffic GF - 180,000.00 - 180,000.00
enforcers trained
LTO deputized traffic PNP 2017 2019 Traffic enforcers - - - -
enforcers deputized
Enactment of traffic SB 2017 2019 Traffic ordinance - - - -
ordinance enacted
Updating of traffic MPDO, MEO 2017 2019 Traffic - - - -
management agenda management
agenda updated
Establishment of traffic MO 2017 2019 TMO established - - - -
management unit under the
Office of the Municipal
Mayor
Fabrication and installation MEO 2017 2019 Signage installed DF - - 200,000.00 200,000.00
of traffic signage
Rehabilitation and DPWH, MEO 2017 2019 Roads upgraded External - - 50,000,000.00 50,000,000.00
upgrading of roads Funding
Installation of CCTVs PNP 2017 2019 CCTVs installed DF - - 100,000.00 100,000.00
Subtotal - 180,000.00 50,300,000.00 50,480,000.00
2. Emergency/Crisis Management and Fire Safety
Conduct of fire safety BFP 2017 2019 16 seminars DRRMF - 90,000.00 - 90,000.00
seminar and fire drills for conducted
schools, public and private
establishments
Celebration of Fire BFP 2017 2019 Fire Prevention GF - 5,000.00 - 5,000.00
Prevention Month Month
celebrated
Conduct of barangay tanod BFP 2017 2019 90 tanods DRRMF - 90,000.00 - 90,000.00
first responders training trained
Conduct of community BFP 2017 2019 90 volunteers DRRMF - 90,000.00 - 90,000.00
action response training for trained
emergency

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PPSAs Implementing Schedule of Expected Funding Funding Requirements
Office Implementation Outputs Source
Started Completed PS MOOE CO Total
Conduct of surveillance and BFP 2017 2019 Monitoring/ GF - 84,000.00 - 84,000.00
information gathering of intelligence
large business report
establishments with fire submitted
insurance
Subtotal - 359,000.00 - 359,000.00
TOTAL - 2,084,880.00 50,500,000.00 52,584,880.00

Prepared by:

ATTY. JOSE ROMI S. MARAON RODITO C. JINON CELIA B. DIAZ PSI MA. LIZA B. NOFUENTE
Municipal Vice Mayor SB Member MLGOO Chief of Police

SFO2 JINNY G. PAPA LTC VENER Y. MORGA ENGR. SAMSON J. JASPE LLANE V. LUMANOG
Municipal Fire Marshal BN CMDR, 82IB, PA MDRRMO Designate MSWDO

SERLE G. DEYSOLONG RUSSEL S. JINON NORBERTO M. CABAOBAO, PhD BONIFACIO P. PRIAS


Municipal Agriculturist Information Officer DepEd District Supervisor Principal, LNHS

EDITHA Q. AGILLES RAYMUND M. JACOMILLE


Private Sector Representative Municipal Security Consultant

Approved by:

ATTY. ADOLFO E. JAEN


Municipal Mayor

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H. POPS Plan Monitoring and Evaluation and Reporting

The Municipal Peace and Order Council Secretariat shall be responsible for monitoring
and evaluation of peace and order situation in the locality, and the functionality of all barangay
peace and order councils in its jurisdiction. The MPOC Secretariat shall also prepare and submit
quarterly, semestral and annual accomplishment reports to the MPOC, PPOC, RPOC and NPOC
secretariats. The deadlines for the semestral and annual reports is set on July 15 and January 15
each year. Reporting forms 1 and 2 shall be used for this purpose.

Table 14
Indicator Profile

Objective Indicator Definition Source Frequency Data In-


of Data Charge
Collection
To become a Number of drug Drug Tokhang Weekly Operation,
drug-free personalities personalities can operation Intel,
municipality either be a user Investigation
or a pusher.
Users are
personalities
involved in using
prohibited drugs
while pushers
are personalities
involved in
selling
prohibited drugs
Number of buy-bust Undercover Operation Monthly Operation,
operations operation that Intel,
aims to catch Investigation
suspected drug
dealers
Number of drug Drive against Operation Monthly Operation,
clearing operations illegal drugs in Intel
communities
and to promote
participation of
local institutions
in suppression of
drug abuse and
drug trafficking

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Objective Indicator Definition Source Frequency Data In-
of Data Charge
Collection
Number of drug Barangays wherein Operation Monthly Operation,
affected barangays there are presence Intel
of drugs users and
pushers,
manufacturers, drug
den and other drug
personalities
Presence of Services of medical MHO, Monthly MHO
rehabilitation services or MSWDO
for drug dependents psychotherapeutic
treatment, for
dependency on
psychoactive
substances such as
alcohol, prescription
drugs, and street
drugs such as
cocaine, heroin or
amphetamines
Partnerships with Memorandum of MHO, Monthly MHO
CSOs/NGOs/POs for understanding/ MSWDO
rehabilitation and agreement in
aftercare of drug providing drug
dependents rehabilitation
To reduce Ratio of police The median of PRO 6 Monthly PRO 6
the number personnel to total police officers per
of crimes population population.
committed Number of police The median of PNP Monthly PNP
within the outposts/1000 police outpost per
municipality population community with
1000 population
Incidence of index Incidence including Crime Monthly Investigation
crimes murder, Homicide, Stat
physical injuries, car
napping, theft and
robbery.
Incidence of non- Incidence including Crime Monthly Investigation
index violations of special Stat
laws such as illegal
logging or local
ordinances

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Objective Indicator Definition Source Frequency Data In-
of Data Charge
Collection
Crime Volume The number of crime Crime Monthly Investigation
incidents committed Stat
in a given area over a
period of time which
includes the index
and non- index
crimes
Crime solution The percentage of Crime Monthly Investigation
efficiency solved cases out of Stat
the total number of
crime incidents
handled by LEA for a
given period of time.
Crime clearance Percentage of cleared Crime Monthly Investigation
efficiency case out of total Stat
number of crime
incidents handled by
LEA for a given period
of time.
Number and types of Incidence including Crime Monthly Investigation
human rights trafficking or dowry, Stat
violations, with sexual harassment,
information on early marriage, child
perpetrators and labor, polygamy,
victims and genocide, slavery,
disaggregated by sex, medical
age and ethnicity experimentation, war
crimes and rape.
Number of children in Refers to a child who WCPD Monthly WCPD
conflict with the law is alleged as accused blotter
of or adjudged as entries
having committed an
offense
Number of women who Incidence involving WCPD Monthly WCPD
were affected by women in any act of blotter
gender-based violence gender-based entries
violence that results
in physical, sexual or
psychological harm or
suffering like threats,
coercion whether
occurring in private
or public life.

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Objective Indicator Definition Source Frequency Data In-
of Data Charge
Collection
To be able to Number of High Value High value Intel Monthly Intel
suppress the Targets target is a
infiltration person who is
of seditious involved in
armed either illegal or
groups terrorism
activities.
Number and types of Violent incidents Crime Stat Monthly Crime Stat
violent incidents including
related to armed terrorism
groups attacks made by
terrorist groups.
Number of vital Installations Operation Monthly Operation
installations/lifelines requiring
heightened
security such as
power plants,
cell sites or
banks.
Number location of A semi- Operation Monthly Operation
military camps and permanent
police stations facility for
members of
military force.
To reduce Number of Road Accidents Investigation Monthly Investigation
the Accidents involving one
frequency of road vehicle
road occurring in a
accidents road open to
and traffic public
circulation which
at least one
person is
injured.
Number of traffic Traffic warning MEO Quarterly MEO
warning signage signs that
installed. indicates hazard
ahead in the
road
Number of roads in Roads with MEO Annually MEO
poor condition defects or poor
physical
condition.

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Objective Indicator Definition Source Frequency Data
of Data In-
Collection Charge
Number of Preliminary used for surveillance MEO Annually MEO
CCTV installed and security purposes.
To ensure a Number of Incidence of structural and non- BFP Monthly BFP
fire safe and fire incidence structural conflagration
disaster-free Number of Services coordinated to provide BFP Monthly BFP
community medical and aid and medical assistance from
rescue primary response to definitive
services care, involving personnel trained
conducted in the rescue, stabilization,
transportation, and advanced
treatment of traumatic or medical
emergencies
Number of Certificate issued to a building/ BFP Monthly BFP
fire safety establishment that has complied
inspection with the requirements of P.D.
certificates 1185
issued

Table 15
Reporting Form 1 (semi-annual)

Objectives Indicators PPSAs Physical Accomplishment Funding Remarks


(Expected Outputs)
Target Actual Completion Targeted Actual
Accomplished Date Allocation
PEACE AND ORDER

PUBLIC SAFETY

MLGOO MPOC Chairperson


Date signed: Date signed:

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Table 16
Reporting Form 2 (annual)

Objective Indicator Baseline Target Actual


(Year) Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 1 Year 2 Year 3

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I. Communicating Results to the Public and to the Stakeholders

Effective communication is one of the most critical aspects of any change initiative. This
section of the POPS Plan gives a planned, structured approach to communications and ensures
that all the key stakeholders are consulted on their areas of interest and concern. One of the
initial processes in the development of the POPS Plan is the identification of stakeholders,
according to their relative power and interest levels.

Stakeholder analysis is the technique used to identify the key people who have to be won
over. The benefits of using a stakeholder-based approach are that:

You can use the opinions of the most powerful stakeholders to shape the plan at an early
stage. Not only does this make it more likely that they will support you, their input can
also improve the quality of the plan.
Gaining support from powerful stakeholders can help you to win more resources this
makes it more likely that the plan will be successful.
By communicating with stakeholders early and frequently, we can ensure that they fully
understand what we are doing and understand the benefits of the plan this means
stakeholders can support you actively when necessary.
We can anticipate what stakeholder's reaction to the plan may be, and build into the plan
the actions that will win stakeholder's support.

High power, high interest stakeholders are key players, and low power and low interest
stakeholders are considered less important.

Table 17
Stakeholders Analysis

Stakeholder What is their interest? Interest Power


Academe Moral formation and guidance; High High
Gender sensitivity;
Knowledge transfer; and
Emergency preparedness and response
Barangay Crime prevention, monitoring and reporting; and High High
Conflict resolution
Elected officials Plan and funding approval; and High High
Legislative measure formulation
Fisher folks Dwindling fish catch as a result of illegal High Low
mangrove logging

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Stakeholder What is their interest? Interest Power
Local businesses Security from robbery, theft and vandalism; High Low
Crime apprehension and resolution;
Gender sensitivity in the workplace; and
Fire safety and quick emergency response
Motorists and Road safety; and High Low
pedestrians Rapid emergency response
Parents Moral formation and guidance; High High
Gender sensitivity; and
Parent effectiveness
Religious sector Moral formation and guidance High Low
Students and Anti-drug education; High Low
the youth Crime prevention;
Gender sensitivity;
Diversionary program; and
Emergency preparedness

Table 18
Communication Plan

PPSAs Communication Audience Key Message Communication Budget


Objective Channel
1. POPS Issue: Proliferation of Illegal Drugs
Community- To inform Drug users Drug-using Groups of LGU
based suspected illegal and peddlers household policemen go
TOKHANG drug users and who have members should house-to-house
Program peddlers about voluntarily surrender to and talk to
the governments surrendered authorities and homeowners
campaign against undergo treatment
illicit drugs and rehabilitation
Barangay To implement Parents, The role of parents Advocacy, LGU
drug clearing measures towards barangay and children in the preventive
operation drug abuse officials, anti-drug education
prevention and youth campaign; ill- seminars,
eradication effects of drugs lectures or fora
and consequences
of drug abuse; and
the proper
procedures on
rehabilitation of
drug dependents

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PPSAs Communication Audience Key Message Communication Budget
Objective Channel
Summer To implement Youth The role of the Advocacy, LGU
Youth Camp measures towards youth in the preventive
drug abuse anti-drug education
prevention and campaign seminars,
eradication lectures or fora
2. POPS Issue: Increase in Crime Rate
Campaign on To intensify the Barangay Establish the Lectures and LGU
illegal campaign against officials, fisher importance of fora
mangrove illegal mangrove folks mangrove in
logging and logging and sand coastal
sand quarrying ecosystems,
quarrying and highlight
the adverse
impact of sand
quarrying
Crime To generate Academe, Crime Advocacy, LGU
Prevention community barangay, prevention and lectures, fora
Week awareness and elected suppression is a
celebration appreciation of the officials, local priority
importance and value businesses, concern of
of crime prevention parents, every citizen
and foster interest religious
and participation of sector,
the general public students and
the youth
Pulong- To generate Barangay Crime Fora LGU
pulong and community prevention and
seminars awareness and suppression is a
appreciation of the priority
importance and value concern of
of crime prevention every citizen
and foster interest
and participation of
the general public
Conduct To promote gender Academe, Encourage Seminar, LGU
gender and equality through barangay, balanced lectures, fora
development social partnership elected participation of
(GAD) and education officials, local men and
training businesses, women in
parents, various aspects
students and of local
the youth development
and in all
spheres of life

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PPSAs Communication Audience Key Message Communication Budget
Objective Channel
3. POPS Issue: Tougher Counter Insurgency and Anti-terrorism Efforts
Conduct pulong- Obtain and Barangay Report Lecture, fora LGU
pulong share updated suspicious
intelligence activities in
information your area to
the local
authorities
4. POPS Issue: Strengthen Fire Prevention and Suppression
Conduct of fire To help prepare Teachers, Preparation is Lecture, drill LGU
safety seminar teachers, students the key to any
and fire drills for students and and effective
schools, public employees to employees emergency
and private respond quickly, response
establishments calmly, and
safely to
conflagration
Celebration of To disseminate Academe, Safety Lecture, fora LGU
Fire Prevention knowledge in barangay, consciousness
Month fire prevention elected among the
and to enhance officials, people every
education in fire local day of the year
safety businesses, as a positive
parents, preventive
students approach to a
and the problem that
youth can be solved
by more
caution,
vigilance,
sobriety,
exercise of
common sense
and respect for
the law

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J. POPS Plan Summary

Table 19
POPS Plan Summary

Peace and Objective Indicator Baseline Target Strategies Policies, Expected Office(r) Funding Requirements
Order and Data by Programs, Outputs Primarily
Public 2017 Projects, Responsible Source 2017 2018 2019 Total
Safety Services and/
Challenge/ or Activities
Issue
A. Peace and Order
1. Crime and Disorder
Proliferation To become Number of 66 0 Conduct of Community- 18 PNP GF Fuel -25,000.00 25,000.00 25,000.00 75,000.00
of illegal a drug-free drug anti-illegal based barangays
drugs municipality personalities drugs TOKHANG declared as
(61 users and campaign Program drug free
5 pushers)
Number of 15 20 Buy-bust PNP GF Marked money, 100,000.00 100,000.00 300,000.00
buy-bust operation confidential
operations expenses
(8,000/operation/
month)-
100,000.00
Number of 10 9 Barangay drug PNP GF Tarpaulin, 90,000.00 90,000.00 270,000.00
drug clearing clearing supplies, snacks -
operations operation 90,000.00
Number of 11 9 Restructure 1 MAIDSOTF PNP - - - -
drug affected Municipal restructured
barangays Anti-Illegal
Drugs Special
Operation
Taskforce
(MAIDSOTF)
Information PNP GF Supplies, snacks - 50,000.00 50,000.00 150,000.00
education 50,000.00
campaign

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Peace and Objective Indicator Baseline Target Strategies Policies, Expected Office(r) Funding Requirements
Order and Data by Programs, Outputs Primarily
Public 2017 Projects, Responsible Source 2017 2018 2019 Total
Safety Services and/
Challenge/ or Activities
Issue
Presence of 0 1 Establishment Conduct 100% MHO. GF Counselling 50,000.00 50,000.00 150,000.00
rehabilitation of drug support group reduction in MSWDO, 50,000.00
services for rehabilitation therapy an drug user religious
drug and aftercare follow-up repeat sector
dependents services home offenders
visitations
Therapeutic GF Training 130,000.00 130,000.00 390,000.00
community 100,000.00
modality Drug test
30,000.00
Summer 4 MSWDO, GF 60,000.00 60,000.00 60,000.00 180,000.00
Youth Camp participants PNP
per
barangay
Partnerships 0 3 Community Reactiviation 1 MADAC LCE, PNP, - - - -
with participation of Municipal and 18 DILG
CSOs/NGOs/ Anti-drug BADAC
POs for Abuse Council functional
rehabilitation (MADAC) and
and aftercare Barangay Anti-
of drug drug Abuse
dependents Council
(BADAC) and
ensure that
CSOs/NGOs/P
Os are
involved

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Peace and Objective Indicator Baseline Target Strategies Policies, Expected Office(r) Funding Requirements
Order and Data by Programs, Outputs Primarily
Public Safety 2017 Projects, Responsible Source 2017 2018 2019 Total
Challenge/Issue Services and /
or Activities
Increase in To reduce Ratio of 29:31,000 1:1,000 Intensify Full 2 PNP GF 127,750.00 127,750.00 127,750.00 383,250.00
crime rate the number police police Implementation checkpoints
of crimes personnel to visibility and of Police per day
committed total force Integrated
within the population multipliers Patrol System
municipality (PIPS)
Supply the PNP, GSO
logistical
requirements
of Leganes MPS
i.e.:
a. fuel GF 54,750.00 54,750.00 54,750.00 164,250.00
b. Office GF 23,100.00 23,100.00 23,100.00 69,300.00
Supplies
c. Repair and GF 20,350.00 20,350.00 20,350.00 61,050.00
maintenance of
vehicles
Recruitment Continuous Receive PNP GF 60,000.00 60,000.00 60,000.00 180,000.00
advocacy recruitment daily
and training of intelligence
Barangay report (IR)
Intelligence
Network (BIN),
and "Eye in the
barangay" (EB)
Capability Barangay 50% PNP GF Food, 90,000.00 90,000.00 270,000.00
building Peacekeeping reduction in supplies
Action Team crime rate and
(BPATs) materials,
capability honorarium
enhancement of speakers
seminar - 90,000.00
Trainings and 50% PNP, DILG GF Food, 60,000.00 60,000.00 180,000.00
seminars for reduction in supplies
barangay the number and
tanods of index materials,
and non- honorarium
index of speakers
crimes - 60,000.00

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Peace and Objective Indicator Baseline Target Strategies Policies, Expected Outputs Office(r) Funding Requirements
Order and Data by Programs, Primarily
Public Safety 2017 Projects, Responsible Source 2017 2018 2019 Total
Challenge/Issue Services and /
or Activities
Search for DILG GF Awards 50,000.00 50,000.00 150,000.00
Outstanding and
Barangay incentives,
Tanod uniforms -
50,000.00
Number of 0 2 Infrastructure Establishment 2 outposts PNP, MEO DF 200,000.00 - - 200,000.00
police development of police established
outposts/1000 outposts at
population the Bypass
and Coastal
Road
Incidence of 65 32 Harden vital Security 100% vital PNP - - - -
Index Crimes installations survey installations,
and economic inspection economic key
key points points and financial
from lawless establishments
elements inspected
Incidence of 284 142 Reduce the Establishment 1 mobile PNP - - - -
Non-Index proliferation of fixed checkpoint
of loose mobile established
firearms checkpoints
Oplan Bakal All firearms PNP GF 12,000.00 12,000.00 12,000.00 36,000.00
licensed accounted
Oplan Kapkap Zero incident on PNP GF 10,000.00 10,000.00 10,000.00 30,000.00
carrying of firearms
Oplan Eliminate PNP GF 6,000.00 6,000.00 6,000.00 18,000.00
Paglalansag unlicensed
firearms
End all illegal Conduct of Eliminate illegal PNP GF 25,000.00 25,000.00 25,000.00 75,000.000
gambling raid on gambling/gambling
activities suspected operator/s
gambling
establishment
Conduct
casing
surveillance to
suspected
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Peace and Objective Indicator Baseline Target Strategies Policies, Expected Outputs Office(r) Funding Requirements
Order and Data by Programs, Primarily
Public Safety 2017 Projects, Services Responsible Source 2017 2018 2019 Total
Challenge/Issue and / or
Activities
Environmental Campaign and PNP GF 6,000.00 6,000.00 6,000.00 180,000.00
management apprehension of MENRO
campaign violators of
illegal mangrove
logging and sand
quarrying
Advocacy Strengthening of Bantay Dagat, PNP MAO, - - - -
against illegal Bantay Dagat MENRO
fishing
Crime 428 214 Public Crime PNP GF Tarpaulin, 20,000.00 20,000.00 60,000.00
Volume information Prevention Week snacks,
campaign celebration supplies and
materials
20,000.00
Pulong-pulong 2 integrated PNP, DILG, GF Honorarium, 36,000.00 36,000.00 108,000.00
and seminars pulong-pulong and Mayors supplies,
seminar Office snacks
conducted per 36,000.00
year
Distribution of Distribute 500 IEC PNP, DILG, GF Printing - 20,000.00 20,000.00 60,000.00
IEC materials materials Mayors 20,000.00
Office
Crime 53.40% 76.70% Capability Katarungang Number of petty DILG GF 5,000.00 5,000.00 5,000.00 15,000.00
Solution building Pambarangay crimes/conflicts
Efficiency training resolved by the KP
Crime 54.20% 77.10% Search for the Number of cases DILG - - - -
Clearance Best Lupong resolved by the KP
Efficiency Tagapamayapa
Markmanship 29 PNP personnel PNP GF 30,000.00 30,000.00 30,000.00 90,000.00
training trained
Criminal 3 Criminal PNP GF 15,000.00 15,000.00 15,000.00 45,000.00
Investigation Investigation
Course Course trained
investigators per
year
Crime scene 2 trained PNP GF 5,000.00 5,000.00 5,000.00 15,000.00
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Peace and Objective Indicator Baseline Target Strategies Policies, Expected Office(r) Funding Requirements
Order and Data by Programs, Outputs Primarily
Public Safety 2017 Projects, Responsible Source 2017 2018 2019 Total
Challenge/Issue Services and
/ or Activities
Provision of Purchase of 1 complete PNP GF 16,930.00 16,930.00 16,930.00 50,790.00
necessary investigative set
investigation kit investigative
equipment kit
Apprehension Conduct of 100% of PNP GF 100,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 300,000.00
of fugitives surveillance fugitives in
and reward the
system in Municipality
place apprehended
Medico-legal Consultation Issued medical MHO - - - -
services certificate
Provision of Legal and 12 RA 9165 PNP, PDEA GF 10,000/Case 120,000.00 120,000.00 360,000.00
legal support logistic cases filed
to police service 120,000.00
officers
Number and 0 0 Institute a Creation and 1 HR desk PNP - - - -
types of mechanism activation of establishment
human rights that would Human and
violations, with address human Rights Desk maintained
information on rights violation
perpetrators by PNP
and victims personnel
and Capability Conduct 4 seminars /yr PNP GF 2,000.00 2,000.00 2,000.00 6,000.00
disaggregated building seminar on
by sex, age and human rights
ethnicity
Number of 1 0 Enhance the Enforcement Decrease in PNP, GF 10,000.00 10,000.00 10,000.00 30,000.00
Children in administration of R. A. 9344 the number of MSWDO,
Conflict with of children-in- (CICL) CICLs/number DepEd
the Law conflict with of CICLs
the law (CICL) apprehended
Strict Decrease PNP, GF 14,000.00 14,000.00 14,000.00 42,000.00
implementat number of MSWDO,
ion of curfew minor DepEd
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Peace and Order Objective Indicator Baseline Target Strategies Policies, Expected Office(r) Funding Requirements
and Public Data by Programs, Outputs Primarily
Safety 2017 Projects, Services Responsible Source 2017 2018 2019 Total
Challenge/Issue and / or Activities
Number 0 0 Capability Conduct gender 2 activities/yr PNP, DILG, GF Honorarium, 24,000.00 24,000.00 72,000.00
of women building and and development MSWDO snacks,
who were advocacy (GAD) training supplies and
affected materials -
by gender- 24,000.00
based Conduct values 2 values PNP, GF Snacks, 20,000.00 20,000.00 60,000.00
violence orientation orientation MSWDO supplies,
seminar seminar honorarium -
conducted 20,000.00
Conduct family 12 PNP, GF Fuel 5,000.00 5,000.00 15,000.00
visitations visitations/yr MSWDO 5,000.00
Information 14 school IEC PNP, GF Fuel, supplies 35,000.00 35,000.00 105,000.00
education conducted MSWDO, and materials,
campaign DepEd honorarium
of speaker -
35,000.00
2. Conflict
Tougher counter To be able Number 0 0 Obtain and Attend 4 Intel PNP - - - -
insurgency and to suppress of High share intelligence Fusion/yr
anti-terrorism the Value updated fusion with the
efforts infiltration Targets intelligence Philippine Army
of seditious information (PA)
armed Number 0 0 Intelligence PNP - - - -
groups and types coordination
of violent with 82nd Infantry
incidents Battalion, PA
related to Intelligence 80% PNP - - - -
armed coordination reduction in
groups with other law crime rate
enforcement
agencies (LEA)
Conduct of PNP/82nd IB GF 6,000.00 6,000.00 6,000.00 18,000.00
regular Phil. Army
monitoring of
armed group
movement or
entry within the
area of
responsibility
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Peace and Objective Indicator Baseline Target Strategies Policies, Expected Office(r) Funding Requirements
Order and Data by Programs, Outputs Primarily
Public Safety 2017 Projects, Responsible Source 2017 2018 2019 Total
Challenge/ Services and /
Issue or Activities
Conduct Insurgency- PNP GF 12,000.00 12,000.00 12,000.00 36,000.00
pulong-pulong free
municipality
Number of 1 2 Infrastructure Construction 1 military PA PA - 10,000,000.00 - 10,000,000.00
vital development of military camp
installations/ camp in established
lifelines Nabitasan
Number 1 2
location of
military
camps and
police
stations
B. Public Safety
1. Road and Vehicle Safety
Ineffective To reduce Number of 218 109 Capability Training of 4 traffic PNP GF 180,000.00 - - 180,000.00
traffic the Road building traffic enforcers
management frequency Accidents enforcers trained
of road LTO deputized Traffic PNP - - - -
accidents traffic enforcers
and traffic enforcers deputized
Plan Enactment of Traffic SB - - - -
formulation traffic ordinance
and legislation ordinance enacted
Updating of Traffic MPDO, - - - -
traffic management MEO
management agenda
agenda updated
Organizational Establishment TMO MO - - - -
development of traffic established
management
unit under the
Office of the
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Peace and Objective Indicator Baseline Target Strategies Policies, Expected Office(r) Funding Requirements
Order and Data by Programs, Outputs Primarily
Public Safety 2017 Projects, Responsible Source 2017 2018 2019 Total
Challenge/ Services and / or
Issue Activities
Number of 8 20 Road safety Fabrication and Signage MEO DF 200,000.00 - - 200,000.00
traffic improvement installation of installed
warning traffic signage
signage
installed.
Number of 6 0 Rehabilitation Roads DPWH, External 50,000,000.00 - - 50,000,000.00
Roads in and upgrading of upgraded MEO Funding
poor roads
condition
Number of 0 6 Installation of CCTVs PNP DF 100,000.00 - - 100,000.00
CCTV CCTVs installed
installed
2. Emergency/Crisis Management and Fire Safety
Strengthen To ensure a Number of 34 17 Capability Conduct of fire 16 BFP DRRMF 90,000.00 90,000.00 90,000.00 270,000.00
fire fire safe and fire building and safety seminar seminars
prevention disaster- incidence advocacy and fire drills for conducted
and free schools, public
suppression community and private
establishments
Celebration of Fire BFP GF 5,000.00 5,000.00 5,000.00 15,000.00
Fire Prevention Prevention
Month Month
celebrated
Medical 0 0 Conduct of 90 tanods BFP DRRMF 90,000.00 90,000.00 90,000.00 270,000.00
and Rescue barangay tanod trained
Services first responders
Conducted training
Conduct of 90 BFP DRRMF 90,000.00 90,000.00 90,000.00 270,000.00
community volunteers
action response trained
training for
emergency

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Peace and Objective Indicator Baseline Target Strategies Policies, Expected Office(r) Funding Requirements
Order and Data by Programs, Outputs Primarily
Public 2017 Projects, Responsible Source 2017 2018 2019 Total
Safety Services and / or
Challenge/ Activities
Issue
Fire Safety 439 450 Intelligence Conduct of Monitoring/ BFP GF 84,000.00 84,000.00 84,000.00 252,000.00
Inspection operation surveillance and intelligence
Certificate information report
Issued gathering of submitted
large business
establishments
with fire
insurance
TOTAL 52,584,880.00 11,904,880.00 1,904,880.00 66,394,640.00

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3. Sangguniang Bayan Resolution

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