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PADAC-Technical Working Group holds 4Q Meeting

Provincial Peace and Order Council
October 27, 2017

The 4th Quarter meeting of the joint PADAC-TWG was held on 26 October 2017 at the Provincial Peace and Order Office. In attendance were member-agencies from PNP, DILG, DepEd, Provincial Jail, Drug Rehabilitation Center, Office the Provincial Prosecutor, PIO, PHO, Moral Development Office, and the Provincial Treasurer’s Office, and Mr. Aries Navarro, Parole and Probation Officer, was in attendance and was duly acknowledged being the DDB representative in Region IV.

After the reading of the minutes of the previous PADAC meeting, Ms. Melissa Estrosa of PHO made a representation on the Wellness and Recovery chart of People Who Use Drugs which is commonly known as PWUD. She stated that PWUD who are willing to join the course has to first undergo a screening to be classified as mild, moderate, or severe drug users.

Ms. Janice Balahadia of DILG reported that the Peace and Order Office can already access the system website of the POPS Plan wherein 14 approved plans and crime indexes were registered and have been coordinated with the PNP.

The PNP Police Chief Inspector Marlon Cabatana stated that PNP focuses not only on law enforcement activities but also on the Internal Cleansing and Community Partnerships. Moreover, the re-launching of the PNP-Petron “Lakbay Ligtas Program” was also pointed out on his report. “Lakbay Ligtas Program” aims to lessen crime incidents such as hold-up, car-napping and other offenses on all PNP’s stand-by points. PNP, in collaboration with Petron plan to delegate at least two police officers on duty per booth installed in all preferred station.

Mr. Raymond Tantoco of Laguna Provincial Jail (LPJ) reported on the inmates’ population as of October 23, 2017 with the total of 1,770 with different offenses such as drugs, murder, homicide, rape, robbery, and other criminal acts. He also announced the status of construction of their Administration building and the rehabilitation of the Provincial Jail dormitories.

The conduct of the 2017 Year-End Evaluation Conference cum Planning-Workshop was also discussed during the meeting including the conduct of Capability Enhancement Training for Barangay Special Auxiliary Force, both of which are scheduled for implementation this coming November 2017.