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PNP Capability Enhancement Plan
« on: November 05, 2009, 11:00:03 PM »

all i have is a website sir A, but i think this will answer all our queries with regards to our discussions here...

http://www.pnptransformation.org/

Sir RAD you really have to check this out...

From here

In May 2008, a team from ODL conducted a nationwide Logistics Audit. The series of consultations yielded the same issues: losses of firearms, inadequate supplies of ammunitions, petroleum, fuel, and other mission-essential equipment.

The dismal state of logistics capability is felt most where it matters most: in insurgencyaffected areas where several operating units are deployed. These operating units are tasked to combat rebels and terrorist-tagged groups such as NPA, MILF, and Abu Sayyaf. During the turnover ceremonies in Camp Crame last September 27, Her Excellency President Gloria Macapagal- Arroyo gave a marching order to the new PNP Chief, Police Director Jesus Verzosa to help her solve the Mindanao crisis.

In his latest interview, the PNP Chief said that he will “maximize deployment of resources and personnel in Mindanao” in order to solve this problem. He said that a P10 Billion-Capability Enhancement Plan( CEP) was laid out to achieve this. The strategy was carefully planned during the twin workshops conducted in the Development Academy of the Philippines (DAP) in Tagaytay City last June 10 -12, 2008.

The Capability Enhancement Plan (CEP) is an offshoot of the proposed PNP Modernization Program, crafted in 2005 and later endorsed by Rep. Rufus Rodriguez as House Bill 3154. Since December 2007, this bill has been pending in the Committee on Public Order featured projects and Safety. However, the pending legislation did not deter the President to set aside a supplemental P10 billion fund to support the modernization endeavor. Earmarked specifically to procure police equipment, P2 Billion will be released annually starting 2008 until 2012. Only recently, the first phase of the fund has been implemented through acquisition of firepower and mobility and communication equipment. Other supplies are still under meticulous bidding process.

During the Twin Workshops in Tagaytay, the remaining P8 Billion fund was reviewed. The objective was to rationalize the procurement plan based on identified priorities under the three (3) framework plans: the Medium Term Development Plan, the Integrated Transformation Program, and the Modernization Program.

The results of the workshop is the identification of four (4) priority areas for modernization, each to be allocated a percentage share from the P10 Billion Fund. These are:

Police Stations (50%)
RMG/PMG/SAF (25%)
National Support Units (15%); and
Directorial Staffs and Special Concerns (10%)

These allocations raised new hopes and expectations for the police personnel in police station levels and operating units that more resources will be allocated to them.

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Re: PNP Capability Enhancement Plan
« Reply #1 on: November 05, 2009, 11:34:06 PM »
If i may add up this too sir A,

http://www.pmoserver.net/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=63



Realities in the PNP


THE PNP IS CURRENTLY FACING CHALLENGES AND PROBLEMS IN THE DELIVERY OF POLICE SERVICES. HERE ARE SOME OF THE REALITIES WHEN WE'RE JUST STARTING THE INTEGRATED TRANSFORMATION PROGRAM. REALITIES THAT REDUCE OUR CAPABILITY TO SHOOT, MOVE COMMUNICATE AND INVESTIGATE.

    92% OF THE PNP ANNUAL BUDGET GOES TO PERSONNEL SERVICES OR SALARIES AND ALLOWANCES OF PNP PERSONNEL. LESS THAN 8% PERCENT GOES TO MAINTENANCE AND OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES AND LESS THAN 1% IS SET ASIDE FOR CAPITAL OUTLAY. THIS HAS BEEN THE SITUATION FOR THE LAST FIVE YEARS.

    80% OR 1,282 POLICE STATIONS ALL OVER THE COUNTRY ARE CONSIDERED ILLEGAL SETTLERS ON LANDS OR BUILDINGS OWNED BY LOCAL GOVERNMENT UNITS OR PRIVATE INDIVIDUALS. POLICE PRECINCTS ARE MADE OF INFERIOR MATERIALS, MAKING BOTH THE STATION AND ITS PERSONNEL VULNERABLE TO HOSTILE ENEMY ACTION OR TO FORCES OF NATURE.

    WE ARE STILL 65% SHORT OF LAND PATROL VEHICLES, 80% SHORT OF AIRCRAFTS AND 76% SHORT OF WATERCRAFTS. LIMITED FUEL SUPPLY LIMITS US FROM DOING CONTINUOUS PATROLS. INADEQUATE COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT LEADS TO POOR COORDINATION AMONG POLICE PERSONNEL, WHILE MOST POLICE STATIONS LACK PROPER EQUIPMENT FOR THE EXECUTION OF THEIR DUTIES.

    57% OR 67, 489 OF PNP PERSONNEL ARE STILL IN DIRE NEED OF DECENT SHELTER. SHOWN ON THE SCREEN IS THE COMPARISON BETWEEN SALARIES OF PNP AND OTHER FOREIGN POLICE AGENCIES. THIS EXPLAINS WHY 60% FROM PO1 TO PO3 PERSONNEL ACTUALLY LIVE BELOW THE POVERTY LINE.


    PNP UNIFORMED PERSONNEL ARE NOT COVERED BY SOCIAL SECURITY OR GOVERNMENT SERVICE INSURANCE SYSTEM AND ONLY HALF OF THE PENSION BUDGET REQUIREMENT IS ALLOTTED TO THE PNP.





    THE PNP HAS ONLY ONE TERTIARY HOSPITAL SITUATED IN CAMP CRAME AND 16 DISPENSARIES NATIONWIDE. HEALTH SERVICE EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES ARE OLD AND OUTMODED.

    SHOWN IS THE PER PATIENT HEALTH EXPENSE OF GOVERNMENT HOSPITALS. THE AFP MEDICAL CENTER ALLOTS 835.80 PESOS FOR EVERY PATIENT, THE QUIRINO MEMORIAL MEDICAL CENTER APPORTIONS 410.29 PESOS FOR EVERY PATIENT WHILE THE PNP GENERAL HOSPITAL SPENDS A MEASLY 125.92 PESOS FOR EVERY PATIENT CONFINED IN THE HOSPITAL.

    IN TERMS OF EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE, ONLY 7%, OR 5, 071 OF THE TOTAL 73, 541 PNP PERSONNEL WITH DEPENDENTS ARE RECEIVING SCHOLARSHIP GRANTS AND ASSISTANCE FROM THE PNP.






LET US CONSIDER ANOTHER REALITY THE PNP IS FACING:
LOW PUBLIC PERCEPTION OF THE INTEGRITY & COMPETENCY OF THE POLICE (Reality that reduces our effectiveness to work with the community.)

    ONLY 15% OF VICTIMS OF CRIMES FILE CASES/ COMPLAINTS AT THE POLICE STATION LEVEL OR OTHER LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES. THIS IS THE SITUATION BECAUSE, MOST OF THE VICTIMIZED SEE CRIME REPORTING TO BE A WASTE OF TIME, CITING SLOW POLICE ACTION AND A CUMBERSOME PROCESS OF REPORTING FOR THEIR DECISION NOT TO REPORT THEIR ENCOUNTER WITH CRIME. LOW PERCENTAGE OF CRIME REPORTING IS AN INDICATION OF DIMINISHING PUBLIC TRUST AND CONFIDENCE IN THE POLICE AND THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM AND PEOPLE WOULD RATHER DEPEND ON PRAYING FOR PROTECTION.

    DESPITE THESE ISSUES AND CONCERNS FACED BY THE PNP, THERE MUST BE A WAY TO REGAIN THE OLD GLORY OF THE POLICE OFFICER AS WHAT OUR C, PNP IS CHAMPIONING WHEN HE SAID, “WHEN THE MERE SIGHT OF THE MAN IN UNIFORM EVOKED RESPECT AND A FEELING OF SAFETY AND SECURITY AMONG THE CITIZENRY. WHEN EVERY MAN, EVERY WOMAN AND CHILD ON THE STREET FEELS SAFE BECAUSE “MAMANG PULIS” IS JUST AROUND THE CORNER.”
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Re: PNP Capability Enhancement Plan
« Reply #2 on: November 06, 2009, 12:42:19 AM »
http://www.visayandailystar.com/2009/November/06/negor3.htm

Guns amnesty extended: PNP
BY MARICAR ARANAS

Negros Oriental police director Senior Supt. Augusto Marquez Jr. yesterday said the firearms amnesty program has been extended to November 30.

This is believed to be a welcome development since several private gun owners have been asking for the extension, he said, adding that an estimated 600 private gun owners have availed of amnesty since October.

Owners of unlicensed firearms should immediately avail of the extension, even by just present a barangay clearance or valid identification cards.

Not only does the firearms amnesty rake in additional income for the government, it will also reduce the number of loose firearms, Marquez said.

Police had earlier reported the proliferation of unlicensed guns in Negros Oriental.

Marquez said he had arranged that the licensing be held at the Capitol for easy access during the completion of requirements and payment of fees directly to the Land Bank of the Philippines in Dumaguete City.

The licensing was transferred later to the Dumaguete PNP which is nearer the bank.

The money collected from the firearms amnesty will be used to purchase additional patrol cars and build police stations, Marquez said.*MA

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Re: PNP Capability Enhancement Plan
« Reply #3 on: November 06, 2009, 01:50:46 AM »
The coppers should get decent pay, comparable to the Corporate pay. This will attract college grads and you can see the effect it will have on the citizenry.  Kaya Criminal ang mga police natin cause they all come from the same area.
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Re: PNP Capability Enhancement Plan
« Reply #4 on: November 06, 2009, 03:41:50 AM »
The coppers should get decent pay, comparable to the Corporate pay. This will attract college grads and you can see the effect it will have on the citizenry.  Kaya Criminal ang mga police natin cause they all come from the same area.

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Re: PNP Capability Enhancement Plan
« Reply #5 on: May 24, 2010, 02:22:10 AM »
PNP vows to boost SAF’s firepower
By AARON B. RECUENCO
May 24, 2010, 3:43pm

The Philippine National Police (PNP) leadership vowed Monday to continue upgrading the fighting capability of its elite Special Action Force (SAF) through procurement of firepower and mobility assets to further improve the national police’s internal security operations.

Director General Jesus Verzosa, PNP chief, said the SAF will be among the priority in the organization’s multi-billion-peso modernization program for the years to come.

“This year, we still have the capability enhancement funds for the whole PNP and much of which are being channeled towards our police station and our mobile forces. So together, the territorial units and the SAF mobile units get around 80 percent that is channeled to them. The headquarters receive very less,” said Verzosa in an interview during Monday’s 27th founding anniversary of the SAF in Camp Crame.

Among the equipment expected to be given to the 4,000-strong SAF are those that will be used in combat operations such as night-capability fighting gadgets and other armaments.

“Also we will be increasing the soughtnumber of patrol vehicles for the SAF and even the sea capability of the sea-borne units of SAF. We will be allocating a lot of our funds for the capability of SAF,” said Verzosa.

In Monday’s ceremony, the SAF, headed by its commander Police Director Leocadio Santiago, displayed a wide array of their land and sea operational capabilities like V-150s and high-speed rubber boats.

Santiago said his only wish for the SAF is for all its commandos to have more training and firepower for his men in order to further boost their internal security operations in the countryside, being at the frontline against big threat groups.

“We want to have more training, continuous training in order for all our personnel to be equipped with right knowledge and combat skills especially in modern warfare,” said Santiago in a phone interview.

Right now, Santiago said they have been continuously sending some SAF members in other countries to be trained not only in combat skills but also in handling some of their assets like the six helicopters that have been placed under their command and control.

Those who have been trained locally and abroad are being turned as trainers for the rest of the SAF commandos.

http://www.mb.com.ph/articles/258814/pnp-vows-boost-saf-s-firepower

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Re: PNP Capability Enhancement Plan
« Reply #6 on: June 26, 2010, 04:27:40 PM »
This Capability Enhancement Program is excellent but in the short span of time that I had been researching the goings on in the PNP, I get the idea that the bribes that go into the pockets of the corrupt officers is the major cause of most of your problems not to mention politics within the ranks. Look into your Directorate of Logistics Command (DL) and Directorate of Comptrollership (DC). Leaks in your funds are coming mostly from those two directorates. Just ask the suppliers of your weapons and your ammos. Both foreign and local suppliers talk about this. Your DL is very much talked about as a very successful businessman (not police director).

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Re: PNP Capability Enhancement Plan
« Reply #7 on: August 25, 2010, 07:06:53 PM »
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Re: PNP Capability Enhancement Plan
« Reply #8 on: August 08, 2011, 03:27:29 AM »
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Aquino said the purchase of new PNP equipment was needed to enhance its capability in protecting Filipinos.

"Ginagawa natin ang mga hakbangin para sa modernisasyon ng PNP...bilang bahagi ng capability enhancement program," he said.

Link: http://www.gmanews.tv/story/228753/nation/pnoy-govt-will-buy-new-not-used-equipment-for-pnp

Hoping that this time the procurement process will be more transparent...

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Re: PNP Capability Enhancement Plan
« Reply #9 on: August 08, 2011, 06:28:10 PM »
All that "capability enhancement" will be for nothing if the policeman himself is not capable.
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Re: PNP Capability Enhancement Plan
« Reply #10 on: March 01, 2012, 01:15:29 AM »
P254M for PNP modernization released

http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/business/02/29/12/p254m-pnp-modernization-released

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The national government has released P253.9 million to the Philippine National Police (PNP) for the procurement of additional firearms as part of its modernization program.

Last year, the PNP modernization program received P2 billion, of which P1.74 million was released before year-end. The remaining balance of P253.9 million will be used to purchase 12,696 units of 9mm pistols for unarmed police officers.

Under the current police force roster, the firearm-to-police ratio stands at 1:17, with a firearm fill-up percentage of 85%. The released amount will enable the PNP to purchase the required number of 9mm pistols at P20,000 each, bringing the fill-up rate to 94%.

The PNP had reported that as many as 27,051 police officers still do not have their own short firearms.


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Re: PNP Capability Enhancement Plan
« Reply #11 on: April 20, 2012, 03:26:38 AM »
I found this in the PNP website:

http://www.pnp.gov.ph/main/images/pnp_annual_procurement_plan_2011.pdf
<snip>
  Firepower Eqmt.          Quantity   
9mm Pistol                  = 22,603
5.56mm Assault Rifle  = 1,500
Squad Auto Weapon
      cal. 5.56mm         =    130
Grenade launcher     =     147 
<snip>

It lists their Annual Procurement Plan for 2011 ((Capability Enhancement Program CY 2011)) with dates of Schedule for Each Procurement Activity.  It seems that this one and a partial list for 2010 can be found in their website.  There is still no list for this year.
« Last Edit: April 23, 2012, 09:49:01 PM by damaso »

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Re: PNP Capability Enhancement Plan
« Reply #12 on: July 26, 2012, 08:39:22 AM »
True most of the annual budget goes into salaries of personnel leaving and limits budget for operations, same situation with the PCG, BJMP, etc. until this government start acting like everything is enough we won't get anywhere with or without the funding for new toy's.

Thank God PNoy came into office, otherwise we might still have a president talking about for national development projects and allocating only scraps for our defense departments and they expect performance equal to 1st world countries. Salamat PNoy, with you the AFP and PNP has a voice!.  :beer:
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