Salient Features of RA 7942 or The Philippine Mining Act of 1995
The RA 7942 or "The Philippine M1n1ng Act of 1995" and it...
6 PNP members shall adhere to high standards of morality and decency and
shall set good exan1ples for others to follow
b_ ...
REVIEW QUESTIONS on PNP Ethical Doctrine
Multiple Choices. Choose the !Jest answer from the given facts.
1 PNP members sha...
Questions·
1 The Wildlife Resources Conservation and Protection Act (RA 9147) aims to protect
our country's fauna from 1!1...
the w1ld!1fe 1s killed or destroyed after 1t has been used 1n authorized research or
experiments
1nfl1ct1ng 1niury which c...
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RULE 24 - RULE 27
136 The involvement of PNP personnel during strikes lockouts and labor disputes 1
n
gene:al shall be...
147 Police contingent monitoring a public assembly may be detailed and stationed at
!e.e.~t o!1e hundred (100) meters at~1...
RULE 28 - RULE 31
163 The request for police assistance shall be submitted to the Office of the Chief
PNP 1n case the fina...
6. Landholding tagging
7..ll.na!og0us cas'2S
178 Police assistance 1n the 1mplementat1on of CARP shall be rendered onlv up...
189 It 1s false that Dec1s1ons/orders issued by the court, quas1-Jud1c1al or admin1strat1ve
bod!es th2t 2re :::ir::ed!3te!...
206 Bomb Threat 1s either a written or verbal threat communicated through electronic,
or2! or other means th2t thre2tens t...
officer/team, shall not render void and invalid such seizures of and custody over
said iterns.
239 Types of K1dnapp1ng
a. ...
254 There are stages of Disaster management
1. Pre-Dfsa5ter .S!age - Pr0 .4t::!ive .455€55tnent (Le'€! 1 -Green)
2. Disast...
REVIEW QUESTIONS on PNP Ethical Doctrine
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1 PNP members shal...
6. PNP members shall adhere to high standards of morality and decency and
shall set good examples for others to follow.
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a Jud1c1ary, law enforcement and prosecution
b Correctional 1nstltut1on, prosecution 8nd JUd1c1ary
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a Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards for Public Off1c1als and
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c Anti-...
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any forum outside the PNP organization;
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1 What 1s RA 8445 as amended by RA 10631?
a The Animal Welfare Act of 1998
b The Animal Welfare Act of 1997
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Salient Features of RA 8445 as amended by RA 10631
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Questions:
1. The Implementing Rules and Regulations (DENR Admin1strat1ve Order No.96-40) of
the Ph1hpp1ne M1n1ng Act of 1...
ORGANIZATIONAL IMPLEMENTATION
The Mining Act reverts back the Mines and Geosc1ences Bureau (MGB) from a
Staff to a Line Bu...
• To part1c1pate in the mon1tonng of m1n1ng act1v1t1es as a member of the
Mult1partite Monitoring Team, as well as 1n the ...
ANCESTRAL LANDS AND ICC AREAS
The M1n1ng Act fully recognizes the rights of the Indigenous Peoples
(IPs)/lnd1genous Cultur...
MINING PERMITS GRANTED TO QUALIFIED PERSONS
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REVIEW MATERIAL FOR NAPOLCOM PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATION
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6 The PNP Vision
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"Peace and Orcer Agenda for Transformation and upholding of the Rule-Of- Law
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GENERAL INFORMATION
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12 The following are descriptive of the NAPOLCOM, except·
a a Collegial body c administers and controls the PNP
b an attac...
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REVIEWER ON ENVIRONMENTAL LAWS
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) RA 8749 refers to
a Clean Wat...
V Republic Act 9279 refers to the Climate Change Act of 2009
5 I RA 9279 refers to.
;:i Gle:?in fl.f.c:iter Act of 2004
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b NEC
c NSWMB
d a and b only
e. a, b, and c
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PGS BASIC REVIEWER
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-, In the PNP vison, v,1
hat the t1meline when the PNP vvill become a highly capable, effective, and
co1npetent police ser...
11. What are the four (4) distinct but inter-related and sequential stages of the Performance
Governance Systern (PGS) tha...
17, Wh2t does "E" stvnds for CODE-P?
a.) Excellence
b) Effectiveness
c.) Efficiency
d ) Enforcement
18, Unrler Strategic F...
PROTOCOL AND SOCIAL USAGE
Multiple Choices: Choose the best answer from the given facts.
1. A foreign ambassador 1s addres...
QUALITY SERVICE LANE
Which is not a component of the Quality Service Lane Project?
a. Improvement of fac1l1t1es and equipm...
Protocol and Social Usage Test Questions
1. It is primarily a guide of accepted rules governing the conduct of
government ...
b. at the back of the guest d. always on the left of the guest
5. The general rule of giving respect and honor to the gues...
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Napolcom reviewer e book 2015

NAPOLCOM REVIEWER 2015
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  • 1. Salient Features of RA 7942 or The Philippine Mining Act of 1995 The RA 7942 or "The Philippine M1n1ng Act of 1995" and its Revised lmplement1ng Rules and Regulations (RIRR) 1s considered 1n the industry today as one of the most socia!ly and env1ronmenta!ly-sensltive leglslat1ons 1n its class It has spec1f1c prov1s1ons that take into cons1derat1on: • Local government empowerment; • Respect and concern for the 1nd1genous cultural commun1ties, • Equitable sharing of benefits of natural wealth, • Econom1c demands of present generation while prov1d1ng the necessary foundation for future generations, •Worldwide trend towards globa!1zat1on, and • Protection for and wise management of the environment GOVERNING PRINCIPLES The Implementing Rules and Regulations (DENR Admrn1strat1ve Order No.96-40) of the Philippine M1n1ng Act of 1995 provides strict adherence to the principle of SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT This strategy mandates that the needs of the present should be met without comprom1s1ng the ab1!1ty of the future generations to meet their own needs, with the view of 1mprov1ng the quality of life, both now and 1n the future Sustainable development provides that the use of mineral wealth shall be pro-people and pro-environment 1n susta1n1ng wealth creation and improve quality of life. The principles of SUSTAINABLE MINING operates under the following terms • Mining 1s a temporary land use for the creation of wealth. leading to an optimum land use in post-mining stage as consequence of progressive and engineered mine rehabi!itat1on works done 1n cycle with m1n1ng operations, • M1n!ng act1vit1es must always be guided by current Best Practices in environmental management committed to reducing the impacts of m1n1ng while efficiently and effectively protecting the environment • The wealth created as a result of m1n1ng accruing to the Government and tl1e community should lead to other wea!th-generatrng opportun1t1es for people 1n the commun1t1es and for other envlronment-respons1ble endeavors • Mining act1v1t1es shall be undertaken with due and equal regard for economic and environmental cons1derat1ons, as well as for health, safety, social and cultural concerns • Conservation of minerals 1s effected not only through technological eff1c1enc1es of m1n1ng operations but also through the recycling of mineral-based products, to effectively lengthen the usable life of mineral commod1t1es • The granting of m1n1ng rights shall harmonize ex1st1ng act1v1t1es, pol1c1es and programs of the Government that directly or indirectly promote self-reliance, development and resource management. Activities, pollc1es and programs that promote community-based, community-oriented and procedural development sha!I be encouraged, consistent with the principles of people empowerment and grassroots development
  • 2. 6 PNP members shall adhere to high standards of morality and decency and shall set good exan1ples for others to follow b_ Judicious Use of Authority c lntegnty d. Justice 7 PNP members shall strive constantly to respect the rights of others so that they can fulfill their duties and exercise their rights as human beings. parents, children, c1t1zens. workers, leaders. or 111 other capacities and to see to 1t that others do likewise a Humility b Orderliness c Integrity (j ,Ju:::tice 8 Once a dec1s1on 1s made, PNP members shall take legitimate means to achieve the goal even 1n the face of internal or external d1ff1cult1es and despite anything which might weaken their reso!ve in the course of time a Integrity I). Pe1::evcranc0 c Devotion to Duty d Physical Fitness and Health 9 PNP members shall obey lawful orders of and be courteous to superior officers and other appropriate authorities w1th1n the chain of command and they shall readily accept whenever they are assigned anywhere 1n the country a Conservation of Natural Resources b. Obedience to Superiors c Devotion to Duty d Physical Fitness and Health 1O Immediate Commanders/Directors shall be responsible for the effective superv1s1on, control and direction of their personnel and shall see to 1t that all government resources shall be managed, expended or utilized 1n accordance with laws and regulations and safeguard against losses thru illegal or improper disposition a. 1:ornn1~ind R0spo11sib1!ity b Loyalty c Disc1p!1ne d Commitment to Public Interest Formulated by PSSUPT JEROME SALE BAXINELA C,UTPDD
  • 3. REVIEW QUESTIONS on PNP Ethical Doctrine Multiple Choices. Choose the !Jest answer from the given facts. 1 PNP members shall seek self-improvement through career development and shall not directly or indirectly solicit influence or recommendation from pollt1c1ans, high ranking government officials prominent c1t1zens, persons affiliated with civic or religious organizations with regards to their assignments. promotions, transfer or those of the other members of the force a Social Awareness b Secrecy Discipline c. !·!on·floUcftation of Patronzo-e d Commitment to Democracy 2 PNP members shall guard the confidentiality of classified 1nformat1on against unauthorized disclosure. 1nclud1ng conf1dent1al aspects of official business, special orders. commun1cat1ons and other documents ~-· '.}uc1Gr::~/ 81sc1p!ine b Proper Care and Use of Public Property c. Respect for Human Rights d. Non-Partisanship 3 PNP n1embess shall provide services to everyone without d1scrim1nat1on regardless of party aff1l1atron 1n accordance with ex1st1ng laws and regulations a Social Awareness b< Non-Partisans!1ir) c Non-Sollc1tat1on of Patronage d Commitment to Democracy 4 PNP members shall always uphold public interest over and above personal interest a Command Respons1b1lity b Loyalty c Disc1pl1ne tL Cornmitn1ent to Public lnter~st 5 PNP members shall perform their duties with dedication, thoroughness, efficiency enthusiasm. determ1nat1on, and manifest concern for public welfare, and shall refrain from engaging in any activity which shall be conflict with their duties as public servants a Conservation of Natural Resources b Obedience to Superiors ,. iJevol :on to Dut;i' d Physical Fitness and Health
  • 4. Questions· 1 The Wildlife Resources Conservation and Protection Act (RA 9147) aims to protect our country's fauna from 1!11c1t trade, abuse and destruction. through· a Conserving and protecting wrldl1fe species and their habitats, b Regulating the collection and trade of wildlife, c Pursuing, with due regard to the national interest, the Ph!l1pp1ne comn11tment to international conventions, protection of wildlife and their habitats: d. ln1t1at1ng or supporting sc1ent1f1c studies on the conservation of b1ologlcal d1vers1ty, e. All of the above. 2 The Wildlife Resources Conservation and Protection Act (RA 9147) makes 1t unlawful for any person to undertake the following: a Inflicting injury which cripples and/or 1mpa1rs the reproductive system of w1ldl1fe species, b Introduction, reintroduction, or restocking of wildlife resources, c Trading of wildlife: d Transporting of wildlife, e All of the above 3 The penalty for v1olat1on of RA 9147 otherwise known as Wildlife Resources Conservation and Protection Act 1s ________ a Imprisonment of as much as 12 years and a fine of P1 m1lhon pesos: b Imprisonment of as much as 1Oyears and a fine of P5 m1ll!on pesos. c. Imprisonment of as much as 5 years and a fine of P4 m1ll1on pesos, d Imprisonment of as much as 2 years and a fine of P3 million pesos, e None of the above ' (....1 ... 't -_ .''-·-~·.,-•_;} t_,: r (! " 'r' - _ .,,-, 'J. _L'_.
  • 5. the w1ld!1fe 1s killed or destroyed after 1t has been used 1n authorized research or experiments 1nfl1ct1ng 1niury which cripples and/or impairs the reproductive system of wildlife species effecting any of the following acts 1n cnt1cal habitats. dumping of waste products detrimental to w1!dllfe, squatting or otherwise occupying any portion of the critical habitat, mineral exploration and/or extraction, burning: logging; and quarrying introduction, re1ntroduct1on, or restocking of w1ldl1fe resources trading of wildlife collect1ng, hunting or possessing w1Jdl1fe. their by~products and derivatives gathering or destroying of active nests, nest trees, host plants and the like maltreating and/or 1nfl1ct1ng other 1nJunes not covered by the preceding paragraph, and transporting of w1ldl1fe For any person who undertakes these illegal acts, stiff penalties and fines are meted out Imprisonment of as much as 12 years and a fine of P1 million pesos shall be imposed, 1f inflicted or undertaken against species listed as critical A Wildlife Management Fund to be derived from fines imposed and damages awarded, fees, charges, donations, endowments, adm1nlstrat1ve fees or grants, shall be adm1n1stered by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources as a special account in the National Treasury It will be used primarily to finance rehab1litat1on or restoration of habitats due to v1olat1ons of this Act The Fund will also support sc1ent1f1c research, enforcement and monitoring act1vit1es, as we!I as enhancement of capab1l1t1es of relevant agencies With the approval of The W1!dhfe Resources Conservation and Protection Act, Congress continues its commitment to protect the environment to ensure an economica!!y and ecologically sustainable future. following the const1tut1onal mandate of the State to protect and advance the right of its people to "a balanced and healthful ecology 1n accord with rhythm and harmony of nature"
  • 6. --- RULE 24 - RULE 27 136 The involvement of PNP personnel during strikes lockouts and labor disputes 1 n gene:al shall be l1.m1ted to maintenance of peace and order, enforcement of laws. and 1mplementat1on of legal orders of the duly constituted authorities. 137 The PNP shall be render assistance to labor disputes upon written request addressed to the Regional Director/District Director concerr?ed. 138 In the case of actual violence. the police can respond without the written request. 139. Jnsofar as pract,1ceqble, no. PNP personnel shall be allowed to render police assistance rn cdnnect1on Anth a stnke or !ockc~!t 1f there is question or comp!air?t as regards his relationship by affinitv or consanguinity or any off;cia//leader of the parties in the controversy, or if he has financial or pecuniary interest therein. 140 PNP personnel detailed,as 'peacekeeping force 1n strike or lockout areas shall be in orescribed unifortn at all times. 141 PNP personnel shall exercise maximum tolerance and when called for by the s1tuat1on or when all 0th.er peaceful and non-violent means have been exhausted, police officers may employ such means as may be necessary and reasonable to prevent or repel an aqgressioR_ ' 142 The matter of determ1n1ng whether a stnke, picket or lockout 1s legal or not should be left to Department of Labor and Employment and its appropriate agencies 143 Whenever escorts are be provided, all escorts shall be 1n prescribed uniform at aft f!mes 144 The pertinent prov1s1ons of the Public Assembly Act of 1985 {Batas Pambansa Bilang 880), the Labor Code. of the Phil1pp1nes, 3S amended and other applicable laws, shall be observed during rallies strikes, demonstrations or other other public assemblies Law enforcement a.gents shall at all times· a. Exercise maximum tolerance. b. In case of unlawful aggression, only reasonable force may be employed to prevent or repel it. c. The employment of tear gas and water cannons shall be made under the control and supervision of the Grotind Commander. d. No arrest of any leader, organizer, or participant shall be made during the public assembly, unfess he/she violates any pertinent law as evidence warrants. 145 -rhe peacekeeping detail shall not be stationed in a pfaceat least one ht1ndred (100) meters away from tl1e area of activitv. 146 Whe11 the public assembly 1s held without a permit where a permit 1s required. the satd pub/Jc asse1nbly may be peacefulfy dispersed However. when the leaders or UtQd///Lt1f::i u[ µuiJ/iL' d::i::iti:1.11/J/y Ldll ::,/1uw 1:111 dµµf~LdilOfl [O/ µe11111l July ft/eJ d[ i/Je Off/Ct:: of the Mayor which has jur1sd1ctio11 over the plac,e where the rally will be held, at feast five (5) days prior to the 1nten(ied act1v1ty and the Mayor did not act on tf1e same, tf1e grant of the permit being then presumed under the law, and 1t will be the burden of the authorities to show that there has been a denial of the appflcatio11. 1n which case. the ref!}' .me}' be peecefuif}' d1spersed t.'7e foffrJ'.'.'1ng the procedure of .rna,-:1tntt!T1 toferer1ce prescribed by law ,
  • 7. 147 Police contingent monitoring a public assembly may be detailed and stationed at !e.e.~t o!1e hundred (100) meters at~1a~, from the area of acti'.'ftv. 148 An appl1cat1on for permit for a public assembly should be flied at least five (5) days at the Office of the Mayor before the act1v1ty 149 A public assembly in a public place must,have permit from the Mayor of the City l"'lr f/I, 1n1,-.1n".llif11 ~' ...........~'/"'"''") 150 Police officers are not allowed to drink alcoholic beverages during peaceful assemblies. 151 Gambling is':'prohibited. during a peaceful assembly and while monitoring the s!tu2t1on 152. The PNP shall respect and protect human dignitv, maintain and uphold the human rights of all persons. 153 Ground Commanders. are responsible in determining whether there is a permit for the ho!~inq of the pub!ic assemb!~'. 154-155 Tear gas. smoke grenades water cannons. or anv s1m1far ant1-r1ot device shall be used only wheri the public assembly is attended by actual violence or serious threats of violence, or deliberate destruction of property J56 When assistance 1s requested by the leaders/organizers. it shall be imeerative for the COM contingent to perform their duties while observing the rights of demonstrators. 157 The COM contingent shall not carry any kind of firearms but may be equipped '."/1th baton or not sticks. c:2sh helmets A/1th visor, gas mas~.s, beets er ankle-high shoes with shin guards 158 In cases when violence erupts. police officers are allowed to hit the violators only 1n fleshy part of the body such as arms; torso, legs, and thighs. 159. The duties of PNP personnel 1n any demoilt1on or ejectment act1v1ty shall be limited to the maintenance of peace and order. protection of fife and property, and enforcement of Jaws and legal orders. 160 Tear gas water cannon. and reasonable force shall be used only when all other peacefu! and non-'.'fo!ent meE?ns .'"?ave'been e.~ha!!sted. 161. PNP personnel tasked to prqv1de police assistance shall be in prescribed uniform during the actual df!molition. They Shall limited only to occupying the first line of law enforcement and c1v1I disturbance control; shall not part1c1pate 1n the physical d1smantl1ng of any structure subject of demol1t1on· and shall use only necessary and reasonable force 162. The request for police assistance 1s based on an order of the court. gL1as1-tud1c1al or adm1t11strat1ve bodies Tl1e written request tor police assistance shall be signed bv the Sheriff or equivalent off1ce1 1n quas1-1ud1c1al or adm1n1strat1ve bodies.
  • 8. RULE 28 - RULE 31 163 The request for police assistance shall be submitted to the Office of the Chief PNP 1n case the final decision or order to be 1n1plemented 1s rendered by the Supreme Court, the Court of Appeals, the Court of Tax Appeals, the Sand1ganbayan, quas1- JUd1c1al bodies or adm1n1strat1ve bodies 164 If the request for police assistance sat1sf1es all the requirements, police assistance shall be rendered within three (3) working davs from receipt of the d1rect1ve from the C, PNP or RO, PRO. unless a specific period 1d written 1n the order or due to inherent 1mposs1b1l1ty of rendering assistance. a longer 1s 1·equ1red 165 In case of direct f1l1ng or request to local police units or operational support units, the request shall be cef,orred 0 tlJe OCPNr or RD, PRO, as appropriate In the meantime, no police assistance shall be rendered until the CPNP or RD, PRO shall have acted on the request 166-16/ I he police assistance shall only be granted upon the written request ot COMELEC or DILG, acc'ompanied with the original or authenticated copy of the final dec1s1on or order or resolution to be implemented 168 The approving' aut)fqrity on request for police assistance from the DILG or CO~.~ELEC is the Chief P,..!P. . ,. ' 169 The police assistance shall. be rendered within three (3) working days from receipt on the d1rect1ve frOm the C, PNP 170 It 1s true that police assistance can also be rendered for a longer period when required b~' c1rcumste:ic:es 171 The Special Task Group Commander tasked to render police assistance shall have the d1scret1on to employ suff1c1ent number of the PNP personnel 172-173 The police tean1 that will render police assistance should be led by a Police Ccmm!ss1oned Off•cer (PCO) •11th the rank of fo!ice Se.riior !r?spector .A.II members of the Special tasked Group shall be in prescribed uniform when rendering police assistance. 174 The role of the PNP when rendering police assistance shall be lirn1ted to maintenance of oeace and order. crowd control. and the securitv of the dulv authorized officer of the COMELEC, DILG or LGU concerned 1n the 1mplementat1on of dec1s1on/order/resolut1on 175 In performing their role, the PNP personnel shall at all times observe maximum tolerance and respect for human rights and shall always exercise utmost impartiality and neutrality in effecting its role. 176 The request for police assistance 1n the 1mplementat1on of final orders, dec1s1011s, Resolutions or CLOAs can only be granted upon the written request submitted by the Agrarian Reform Officer or any authorized officer of DAR. 177 Examples of Prel1m1nary Agrarian Act1v1t1es 1. Land Survey 2. Field Investigation 3. Ocular Inspection 4. fvieeiir1y Ueiwt:e11 ar.:iudl a11U µule11ii<1i Ayrd1idr1 1elu1111 Ber1eliGidrie::. 5. Post Jnstallatio11
  • 9. 6. Landholding tagging 7..ll.na!og0us cas'2S 178 Police assistance 1n the 1mplementat1on of CARP shall be rendered onlv upon a written request submitted by the Agrarian reform Officer or anv authorized Officer of DAR. 179 It 1s true that police assistance 1n the 1mplementat1on of CARP shall be provided only as requested by DAR 180 It is true that the scope of the resistance to be encountered and the general peace and order cond1t1on 1n the area are the things to be considered by the head of office or unit tasked to renper police assistance 1n employing suft1c1ent number of the PNP personnel ,. -181 It 1s true that there are cases when a higher ranking Officer 1s necessary to lead the police team rendering assistance 182_ The police tean1 that will render police assistance should be led by a Police Commissioned Officer (PCO) 'with the rank of Police Senior Inspector. ' 183 It is true thpt the use of force shall only be resorted to for self-defense and defense of strangers 184 In no case shall PNP members participate in the implementation of decision/order/resolution or in the conduct of any of the preliminary agrarian activities, which shall be und~rtaken by the duly authorized officer of the DAR. The duly authorized officer of the DAR shall have the final disposition whether to proceed or not with the implementation of the decision/order/resolution. 185 When the DAR personnel are refused to adrnrttance rnto the property, the PNP P.ersonnel cannot encroach on the propertv without an order from the DAR specifically for the purpose. In the imple1nentation of final orders or in the conduct of preliminary agrarian activities, the authority to break into the property or into a building shall be specifically provide_d in the order. 186. Examples of dec1s1ons/orders of the court, quas1-Jud1c1al or adm1n1stratlve bodies that are Immediately executor a. .,.emporary Restra1n1niJ Urde'r b. Writ of Preliminary Injunction c. Replevin d. Writ of Preliminary Attachment e. Receivership [. Orivisiu11di rt:111t:!Jie::. Ur1dt:!1 ii1t:: Hu1ttdr1 StjCLJr11iiy Aci g. Temporary Protection Order under the Anti-Violence Against Women and their Children Act h. Protection Order under the Anti-Child Pornography Act i. Analogous cases. 187 lt 1s true that Prov1s1onal rerned1es under the Human Security Act 1s not immediately execu'tory 188. Dec1s1ons/orders issued' by the court, quas1-1udlc1al or adm1n1strat1ve bodies that are immediately executory shall be submitted to the Regional Director (RDJ of the Police Regional Office (PRO) having jurisdiction of the place where the decision/order shall be implemented. 1
  • 10. 189 It 1s false that Dec1s1ons/orders issued by the court, quas1-Jud1c1al or admin1strat1ve bod!es th2t 2re :::ir::ed!3te!~' e:vecutory sha!! be subm!tted to the Chief. Pr-.JP 190 It 1s true that the RD. PRO shall be the approving authority 1n rendering police assistance 1n the 1n1plementat1011 of dec1si6ns/orders of the court, quas1-Judic1al or adn11n1strat1ve bodies tl1at are 1mmed1.?lte/y executory 191 It 1s false that the wnrten request of the Sherrff or equivalent officer 1n quas1-Jud1c1al or admrn1strat1ve bodres 1s not needed 1n the request for police assistance 192 It 1s true that tl1e ong1nal or duly authent1caied copy ot the dec1sion/order/resolut1on sought to be implemented 1s also required 1n the request for police assistance 193 It 1s true that, titl'e use 0f reasona·ble force shall only be resorted to for self-defense and defense of strangers 194. It 1s true D1al9gue with those who may be affected by the 1mplementat1on of the dec1s1on/order/reso!ut!on 1s encouraged to prevent v1o!ence, and the ass!stance of !ocal public off1c1als, when warranted, sho~ld be requested 195 1t 1s true that the Sheriff or the equivalent officer of quas1-Jud1c1al or adm1n1strat1ve bodies does not have the final disposition whether to proceed with the imolementation of the decision/orderlresol!1tion or not. RULE 32 - RULE 33 196 The Ground Commander 1s the main person in-charge during hostage/crisis operation 197 The safety of the hostage shall always be paramount during a hostage s1tuat1on. 198 The mediator will act 21s the referee between the negotiator and the hostage-taker 199 Emergency Response Plan depends on the threat posed by the hostage-takers and need of the Negotiation ·ream .and On-Scene Commander 200 WCPD 1s 111-charge of the 1nvest1gat1on of complaints and reports 1nvolv1ng all forms of violence against women and their children 201 Under the Juvenile Justice and Welfare Act of 2006, a child aged 15 years and below shall be exempt from criminal l1ab1l1t1es. 202 Under RA 7610, "children" refers to those below 18 vears of age or older but are incapable of tak1ng care of themselves 203 The child-victim shall be handled preferably by a police officer of the same gender as the v1ct1m_ · RULE 34 204 Bomb is a container filled with explosive, 1ncendrary material, smoke, gas, or other destructive substance, designed to explode 205 A bomb may also be referred to as Improvised Explosives Device {/ED) or Ordnance.
  • 11. 206 Bomb Threat 1s either a written or verbal threat communicated through electronic, or2! or other means th2t thre2tens tc p!ace or use an !ED at a certain t!me, date or p!ace against specific person or place 207 It 1s true that deteri111ned bombers do not frequently give warnings of possible explos1on/1ncend1ary attack 208 It 1s false that the consequences of conviction for "threatening" are as serious as t!1ose that could result from actual pfaceme11tll!1it1atton of a bomb 209 It 1s true that a bomb threat 1s considered only a threat until something v1s1ble 1s found 210 There are foul (4.l·opti'on's '1n cb'rls1denng evacuation 211 lt 1s true that unless 'a bomb 1s found, personnel may not order an evacuation of the affected area, but may .inform the person in-charge of the property of the need to evacuate 212 lf a suspected device 1s d1scoveretj, cause the evacuation of people in the affected area to a distance 'of at least ,300 meters away. 213 Ti1e fuiiow111d 111lu1111di1u11 ::.i'1ouiU be Ueie11nu1eU Li y li1e lu~i 1&~fJUl1Ue1 11 li1e investigators have not yet arrived a. Time of detonation/explosion; b, Time when tl1e calf for bomb threat was received; and c. Type of device. RULE 35 - RULE 40 214 The Anti-Terrorism Council was mandated by law to assume the respons1bi11ty for the proper and effective 1mplementat1on of the anti-terrorism policy of the country. 215 Executive Secretarv 1s the chairman of the Anti-Terrorism Council 216 The On-Scene Co 1 m1nander 1s 1n~charge of 1n1t1ally determ1n1ng 1f there 1s a h1gh degree of probability that the 1nc1dent 1s a terrorist attack 217 CIMTG -Critical !nc1dent Management Task Group 218 CIMC- Critical Incident Management Committee. 219 Police Regional Office (PRO) ensures the management and containment of the 1nc1dent and coord~n2te.s 1,vith the TF Comm2nder during the development of the case. 220-221 When bombing attacks and explosions perpetrated by the terrorist, the lnter- Aqency Protocol on Explosives and Related Incidents 1nvest1gat1on among the PNP AFP NB/ and PCG shall be strictly followed 222 PBDC - Ph1l1pp1ne Bomb Data Center. 223. PBDC - Ph11ipp1ne Bomb 'Data Center 1s the fusion center for the reporting of ERls 224 Cybercrime Response 1s the actual police 1ntervent1on 1n cybercnme 1nc1dent 225 The acqu1sit1on of ev1dent1ary value 1s traceable w1th1n the computer's hardware, software and its network.
  • 12. officer/team, shall not render void and invalid such seizures of and custody over said iterns. 239 Types of K1dnapp1ng a. Kidnapping by Organized Crime Group/Criminal Group (with ransom) b. Kidnapping by Threat Groups/Terrorists c. kidnap,oing by Other Individuals 240 Upon receipt of k1dnapp1ng 1nc1dent report, the police officer shall make an incident recording, deploy first responders and alert all concerned authorities/tasked groups like the local territorial units, Criminal investigation and detection Group and the Anti~Kidnappinq Group (AKG). 241. Upon 1n1t1al assessment of the' type of k1d11app1ng and upon conf1rmat1on that the k1dnapp1ng incident is true, the case shall be referred to the AKG. other territorial units or to higher authority. · 242 It t11e k1dnapp-1ng was. perpetrated by Organized Crime Group/Cnm1nal Group (OGG/CG) and with ransom demand, .1t shall be referred to the AKG for their initial action/operational response 243. If the k1dnapp1ng was pe1·petrated by Threat Groups/Terrorists, it shall be referred to the higher author:t!8S for the 2ct:vat1on of lFP~PNP ..laint Tas.~ Force, Critfca! Incident Management Committee (CIMCJ or Critical Incident management Task Group (C/MTG); local Chief Executive; and other concerned agencies. 244 lf the k1dnapp1ng was perpetrated by other 1nd1v1duals, 1t shall be referred to the concerned PNP territorial units for aoorooriate ooerational resoonse. 245 lf the incident 1s of grave national importance with the 1mpl1cat1ons to national security including those with serious d1plomat1c, poht1cal and peace and order ram1f1cat1ons rt shall be referred to CIMTG - Cnt1cal Incident Task GrouQ 246 Rule 40 Whatever the reason. the transfer of respons1b1l1ty during cr1s1s musty always include transfer of cornmand briefing which may be oral, written or a comb1nat1on of both that should be attended by tile key members of CIMC/CIMTG 247 NDRRMC - National Disaster. Risk Reduction and Management Council 248 lt 1s true that Mcln'-mad8 cr1t1cal 1nc1dents are the respons1b1J1t1es of the National and Local Peace and Order Council (NPOC) 249. The PNP, being at the forefront of crisis s1tuat1ons, must play an active role by oroan1z1no its own Incident Manaaeriient Comm1ttee (IMC) true. - - . 250 It 1s false that t11e PNP CIMC acts indeµendently and not 111 support to tile NDRRMC and NPOC 251. TOCA is the Chairman of the PNP NHO Critical Incident Management Committee ror-.io r-.11-1n r1111r' ' ..... •'-- ...,, ....~, 252 The peace and order Council chair 1s the Chairman of the Critical Incident Manaqe1T1ent Committee false 253 Level 4 (Extremel is the alert level when a man~made Cnt1cal Incident Has JUSt 'h mp+ rl "r 1n01rlnnh:• ':>rn nvr.or>tnrl occurred or has JUS, ~e~:n pre-e.., .e~, ..,... ,..,...,...,...,_, ~·.., ~"r--""''-'"'
  • 13. 254 There are stages of Disaster management 1. Pre-Dfsa5ter .S!age - Pr0 .4t::!ive .455€55tnent (Le'€! 1 -Green) 2. Disaster Response Stage - Disaster Incident management (Level 2- Red) 3. Post Disaster Stage - Support to recovery and Rehabilitation Efforts (Level 3- Wl1ite) 255 Support and recovery effort are at the Pro-Active Assessment Level False 256 It 1s true that 1n the conduct of man-made cnt1cal 1nc1dent and disaster relief operations, security and safety of personnel must always be considered 257-258 The respons1b1l1ty of addressing crrs1s can be transferred during an 1nc1dent ff it arows bevond the caoabiJitv of the establisl1ed C/MTG in handlina the arowina needs of the incident or if.there1 is jt1risdictional change, when the incident moves location or area of responsibilt~ 259 The transfer of respons1b!l1ty during crisis must alvvays include transfer of command briefing which mav be oral, written or a combination of both that should be attended by the key members of the CMC!C/MTG. 260 To attain a s1nooth trans1t1on of command respons1b1l1ty, the Regional CMC takes over when the situation 'requires employment of security forces and utilization of resources of the Regional level organizations and beyond; upon the , recommendat1on of the Provrncial CMC; rncident involves foreign nationals, either perpetrators or viCtims; and crisis affects peace process. national tourism industry and other major industries. 261 The national CMC takes over when incident affects two or more region; the hirohocf forrnricf fhro<>f loorol ;,...,,,.,/,rinn Y11<>cc r<>c••<>lf,, <>Harks· n<>finna/ jcc11ac "'"'°'. . . . . . . . - ............................. ___ · - · - · .............................. __ .............. [ •••• _ . . ! ........... .............. _ _. ... - at stake such as food, and communication structure, and environn1ent are threatened; and upon recommendation of the regional CMC. RULE 41 262 Unit Head/Chief of Ground Commander - responsible to respond to queries raised by the media during crisis 263 Ground Commander must designated/establish a media area for pooled coverage and ensure safetv of all media personnel covering the incident. 264 In case of inter-agency operations, the department agency with primary jurisdiction will determine the d1ssem1nat1on of appropriate media lines 265 All of the above
  • 14. REVIEW QUESTIONS on PNP Ethical Doctrine Multiple Choices. Choose the best answer from the given facts. 1 PNP members shall seek self-improvement through career development and shall not directly or 1nd1rectly solicit influence or recommendation from pol1t1cians, high ranking government officials prominent citizens, persons affiliated with c1v1c or relrgious organizations with regards to their assignments. promotions, transfer or those of the other members of the force a. Social Awareness b. Secrecy Discipline (';. [~on-Solicitation of Patronage d. Commitment to Democracy 2 PNP members shall guard the conf1dent1al1ty of classified 1nformat1on against unauthorized d1sc!osure, including conf1dent1al aspects of official business, special orders, communications and other documents. 2. Sec1ecy Discipline b Proper Care and Use of Public Property c. Respect for Human Rights d. Non-Part1sansh1p 3 PNP members shall provide services to everyone without d1scriminat1on, regardless of party aff1!1at1on 1n accordance with ex1st1ng laws and regulations a Social Awareness b. Non-Partisans!1ip c Non-Solicitation of Patronage d. Commitment to Democracy 4 PNP members shall always uphold public interest over and above personal interest. a. Command Respons1bil1ty b Loyalty c D1sc1pl1ne d. Commit1nent to Public Interest 5 PNP members shall perform their duties with ded1cat1on, thoroughness, efficiency enthusiasm, determination. and manifest concern for public welfare, and shall refrain from engaging in any act1v1ty which shall be conflict with their duties as public servants a Conservation of Natural Resources b Obedience to Superiors c. Devotion to Duty d. Physical Fitness and Health
  • 15. 6. PNP members shall adhere to high standards of morality and decency and shall set good examples for others to follow. b c d - ' ~ - r ' -- '' i - '' L~ Jud1c1ous Use of Authority Integrity Justice 7 PNP members shall strive constantly to respect the rights of others so that they can fulfill their duties and exercise their rights as human beings, parents, children, citizens, workers, leaders, or !n other capac1tres and to see to it that others do likewise. a. Hum1l1ty b Orderliness c Integrity d. Justice 8 Once a decision is made, PNP members shall take legitimate means to achieve the goa! even 1n the face of internal or external d1ff1culties and despite anything which might weaken thelr resolve in the course of time a Integrity I;. Perseverance c. Devotion to Duty d Physical Fitness and Health 9 PNP members shall obey lawful orders of and be courteous to superior officers and other appropriate authorities w1th1n the chain of command and they shall readily accept whenever they are assigned anywhere 1n the country a. Conservation of Natural Resources iJ. Obedience to Superiors c Devotion to Duty d Physical Fitness and Health 1O Immediate Commanders/Directors shall be responsible for the effective supervision. control and direction of their personnel and shall see to rt that all government resources shall be managed, expended or utilized in accordance with laws and regulations and safeguard against losses thru illegal or improper d1spos1tion a. Command Responsibility b. Loyalty c D1scipl1ne d Commitment to Public Interest Formulated by PSSUPT JEROME SALE BAXINELA C,UTPDD
  • 16. Reviewer on Criminal Justice System and RA 3019 The Philippine Constitution divides the government into three equal co-ordinated branches, namely, the legislative, Executive, and the Jud1c1ary 1 ) The government 1s d1vrded into three equal co-ordinated branches namely. a Congress, Senate, Supreme Court b RTC, CA, Supreme Court c Legislative, Executive and Judiciary d Congress, President, DOJ R None of the nhnvR II The agency pnman!y 1n charge of law enforcernent 1s the Ph1hpp1nes National Police which 1s under the control of the President through the DILG 2 ) The agency primarily responsible for law enforcement 1n the Philippines 1s Ihe a Office of the President b Department of Justice c- n11 G d. Philippine National Police e. Armed Forces of the Ph11ipp1nes Ill The Five Pill3r.;; of Cri1111n~I ~lu5t!ce Systern 8rr::., the law Pnforcernent, thP prosecutron; the JUd1c1ary; correctional Institution. and Community, 3 ) The Five Pillars of Criminal Justice system are a prosecution, the Judiciary, correctional lnstltut1on, Community: and Jaw enforcement b. Law Enforcement; the Prosecution; the Judiciary; Criminal Institution; and Community c, the Jud1c1ary, correctional lnst1tut1on, Community; law enforcement, and the Prosecution d correctional lnst1tut1on, Community, enforcement, the Prosecution and Jud1c1ary e Communrty, Law Enforcement, prosecution, 1ud1c1ary; and law enforcement IV Under the five Pillars, three falls under the Executive branch of the governmet, namely the law enforcement, Prosecution and Correctional lnst1tut1on 4 ) Of the five Pillars, three falls under the executive branch of the government, namely rage 1 of J
  • 17. a Jud1c1ary, law enforcement and prosecution b Correctional 1nstltut1on, prosecution 8nd JUd1c1ary c.. l~w P.nforc.P.mP.nt, proser:ution flnrl CorrP.c.tion~ lnstit11tion d Community, law enforcement and JUd1cua1ry e Prosecution, Jud1c1ary and community I ThE> law enforcement pr0c-Ps.-=- bea1ns thf? m0m0nt the crime 1s rernrt1=1d nr a complaint 1s fried before the police 5 ) The law enforcement process begins the moment a the suspect Is arrested b a case has been filed against the arrested suspect c the Police arrives at the crime scene e. the crime is reported or a complaint is filed before the police VI The time limit for rendering Judgment 1s twenty four months for the Supreme Court, twelve months for lower Collegiate Courts, three months for other lower courts. 6 ) The time limit for the supreme court to render judgment 1s a 24 months b 12 months c 9 months d 6 months e 3 months 7 ) The time l1m1t for Collegiate courts to render judgment 1s a 24 months b 12 months c 9 months d 6 months e 3 months 8 ) The time limit for other lower courts to render Judgment 1s a 24 months b 12 months c 9 months d 6 months e 3 months Vil Republic Act 3019 1s otherwise known as the Anti-Graft and Corrupt Practices Act 9 ) Republic Act 3019 1s otherwise known as Paec 2 ot 3
  • 18. a Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards for Public Off1c1als and Employees b. Anti-Graft and Corrupt Practices Act c Anti-Plunder Act d Anti-sexual harassment Act VIII Under Section 14 of RA 3019, unsolicited gifts or presents of small or 1ns1gn1f1cant value offered or given as a mere ordinary token of gratitude or friendship according to local customs or usaQe. shall be excepted from the prov1s1ons of this Act 10 ) Excepted from the prov1s1on of this Act are a Birthday gifts b Anniversary Gifts c Smaii amounts d. unsolicited gifts or presents of small or insignificant value offered or given as a mere ordinary token of gratitude or friendship according to local customs or usage, unsolicited gifts or presents of small or insignificant value offered or given as a mere ordinary token of gratitude or friendship according to local customs or usage. e a, b, and c only IX. Under Section 11 of RA 3019. All offenses punishable under this act shall prescribe in fifteen years 1O ) All offenses punishable under this Act shall prescribe 1n a 3 years h s yeRr~ c. 10 years d. 15 years e Does not prescribe Page 3 of 3
  • 19. Policy and Guidelines on Grievance Mechanism for Uniformed PNP Personnel (NAPOLCOM Memo Circular No. 2008-0116 dated January 16, 2006) SCOPE: a) VVrongfuJ or non-1mplementat1on and/or v1olat1on of pol1c1es and procedures vvh1ch affect PNP personnel from recru1t111ent and/or appointment to promot1on, transfer. detai!/des1gnation/ass1gnment/placement termination, d1srnissal. and other related issues that affect them, b) Wrongful or non-1mplementat1on and/or v1olat1on of pol1c1es and procedures on econo1n1c and financial issues and other terms and cond1t1ons of employment fixed by lavv 1nclud1ng salaries, incentives, 1J.iork1ng hours, leave benefits, and other related terms and cond1t1ons, c) Physical working conditions· and d) lnterpe1-sonal relat1onsh1ps and linkages Grievance - an employee's exp1-essed (written or spoken) feelings of discontentment and d1ssat1sfact1on on any or all of the rnatters or rssues enumerated in the scope. Not subject to Grievance: a 01sc1pl1na1-y L:ases 'vh1c..h shall be resolvi::d pursuant co ti1e Un1fonn Rules on Ad1111n1strat1ve Cases, b Complaints and official actrons on Head of Offices pertarn1ng to the exercise of d1sc1pl1nary powers under RA 6975 where spec1f1c procedures for relief through appeal are hereby provided, c An objection to the terms or prov1s1ons of a policy, procedure, or rule and regulation. d Sexual harassment cases as provided for 1n RA 7877. and e Anonymous grievance and/or complaints Complaint - refers to grievance 1n writing which has 1n the first instance and 1n the employee's op1n1on had been ignored overridden or dropped without due consideration at the lowest level of office where the complainant 1s assigned and has been lodged or elevated to the next level of office
  • 20. ,- lnd1v1duaJ or Group Complainant GRIEVANCE RESOLUTION FLOW CHART : Peer ----- -~-DlfeciOr Highef ~ SupeN1sor .--D1reclo-r Hlg-her--~--r'LevBTHeadOf- - : Supervisor 1 Office --1 stL.eVe1-H€8d_Of__ --:---211JT..eve1or Head_o_f Off1ce/Gllevance Q Office , Comrn1ttee 1 .'--~- -- _____ J._ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ; Gnevance- in Wntlng . : Submitted to --~1-s: LevelHead OfOffice-~ ·Y-;;~;vefHeacior ~ CSC Regional Office PRINCIPLES AND POLICIES: 1 Complainant shall first discuss his problems vv1th his Immediate Supervisor before considering the f1f1ng of a formal written complaint, 2 Complaint sha1/ b9 assured freeclon1 fron1 cn·~rc:on. a1scnrnir1a11on harnssrne?11t or 1eprisar 3 Grievances shall be settled at the Court possible level of office, 4 Grievance proceeding shall be aimed at determ1n1ng ·what 1s right" and not "who is right". 5 The right to appeal shall not be curtailed. 6 Grievance and/or complaint concerning prornot1on shall be g111en due process However, the par·ty aggrieved may elect to proceed either under this procedure or pursuant to any other applicable laws/regulations, 7 All proceedings shall be treated as confidential: 8 Grievance proceedings shall not be bound by formal legal rules and techn1cal1t1es, 9 The service of legal counsel for the parties shall not be allowed during the heanng The Gnevance Committee however shall have a legal officer as member to guide the chairman and the members on issues and procedures:
  • 21. 1o In no case shall members of the PNP ventilate the grievances direct to any foru1n outside tl1e PNP organ1zat1on. {conduct unbecoming of an officer) 11 Supervisors and/or HO who refuse to take action on a grievance shall be liable for neglect of duty QUESTIONS ON GRIEVANCE: An employee's expressed (vvntten or spoken) feelings of discontentment and d1ssat1sfactlon on any or all of the n1atters or issues like non-1mplementat1on of pol1c1es and procedure on appointment or promotion except A Complaint B Appeal C. Grievance D Motion E None of the above 2 All of the following could be resolved througl1 the Grievance Machinery A Interpersonal relat1onsh1ps B. Sexual harassrnent cases C r'hys:c;,:;,i '/v'Orl-:1ng COl1di11011S D V1olat1on of pol1c1es and procedures on recru1t1nent, appo1ntn1ent. promoi1on or transfer E Wrongful or non-1mplementat1on and/or v1olat1on of pol1c1es and procedures on economic and financial issues 3 The cornpla1nant thru the Grievance Machinery shall first discuss his problems with the ______ A Direct Supervisor or Head of Office at the lowest level of 9ffice B Chief, PNP C Regional Director D Media E All of the above 4 Principles and Policies of the Grievance Machinery include the following except A Complainant shall first discuss his problems /Jllh his 1n1med1ate supervisor; 8 All proceedings shall be treated as conf1dent1al; C Grievance proceeding shall be aimed at determining "what ls right" and not "vvho 1s right;"
  • 22. 0. Members of the PNP may ventilate their grievances directly to any forum outside the PNP organization; E All of the above 5 If the complainant 1s not satisfied with the dec1s1on of the 3rd Level He2d Of Office during the last stage, the case shall be referred within fifteen (15) days to the A Barangay B CSC Regional Office c PLEB D RAB E SILG
  • 23. Questions: 1 What 1s RA 8445 as amended by RA 10631? a The Animal Welfare Act of 1998 b The Animal Welfare Act of 1997 c The Animal Welfare Act of 1996 d The Animal Welfare Act of 1996. e None of the above 2 Under RA 8445 as amended by RA 10631, the killing of any animal other than cattle, pigs, goats, sheep, poultry, rabbits, carabaos and horses 1s l1kew1se hereby unlawful except 1n the following instances. a When 1t 1s done as part of the rel1g1ous rituals of an established rellg1on or sect or a ritual required by tribal or ethnic custom of 1nd1genous cultural commun1t1es, b. When the pet animal is afflicted wlth an incurable communicable disease as determined and certified by a duly licensed veterinarian, c. When the kll!1ng 1s deemed necessary to put an end to the misery suffered by the animal as determined and certified by a duly licensed veterinarian, d. When 1t 1s done to prevent an imminent danger to the life or limb of a human being, e. All of the above 3. Under RA 8445 as amended by RA 10631, abandonment shall constitute an act of maltreatment If 1t results to , the person liable shal suffer the maximum penalty a death of the animal, b. sickness of the animal, c. happiness of the animal, d longings of the animal; e none of the above 4 Under RA 8445 as amended by RA 10631, the penalty of two years and one day"io three years and/or a fine not exceeding Php200,000 00 shall be imposed if the offense 1s committed by any of the following a a syndicate, b an offender who makes business out of cruelty to an animal, c. a public officer or employee, d where at least three animals are Involved, e. all of the above
  • 24. Salient Features of RA 8445 as amended by RA 10631 On October 3, 2014, Republic Act (RA) 10631 was signed into law by Pres Benigno S Aquino Ill which amends RA 8445 othervv1se known as "The Animal Welfare Act of 1998 " The purpose of RA 10631 1s to protect and promote the welfare of all terrestrial, aquatic and marine animals 1n the Philippines. How to protect and promote the welfare of these animals? These animals are protected and their welfare are promoted by superv1s1ng and regulating the establishment and operations of all fac1l1t1es ut1l1zed for breeding, marnta1n1ng, keeping. treating or tra1n1ng of all animals erther as objects of trade or as household pets Please take note that pets do include birds What 1s the def1n1t1on of animal welfare? Animal Welfare - pertains to the physical and psychological well-being of animals. It includes, but not limited to, the avoidance of abuse, maltreatment, cruelty and exploitation of animals by humans by rna1nta1n1ng appropriate standards of accommodation, feeding and general care, the prevention and treatment of disease and the assurance of freedom from fear, distress, harassment, and unnecessary discomfort and pain, and allowing animals to express normal behavior Proh1b1ted Acts under RA 10631as1t amended Seclion 6 of RA 8485' It shall be UNLAWFUL for any person to 1 torture any animal; 2 neglect to provide adequate care, 3 neglect to provide sustenance of care, 4 maltreat any animal, 5 subject any dog or horse to dogfights or horsef1ghts, 6 kill or cause or procure to be tortured, 7 deprived of adequate care, sustenance or shelter, B maltreat or use the same In research or experiments not expressly authorized by the Committee on Animal Welfare. The k1ll1ng of any animal other than cattle, pigs, goats. sheep, poultry, rabbits. carabaos and horses 1s l1kew1se hereby unlawful except 1n the following instances (1) When 1t is done as part of the religious rituals of an established rel1g1on or sect or a ritual required by tribal or ethnic custom of indigenous cultural communities, however, leaders shall keep records rn cooperation with the Committee on Animal Welfare; (2) When the pet animal 1s afflicted with an incurable communicable disease as determined and cert1f1ed by a duly licensed vetennanan, (3) When the killing is deemed necessary to put an end to the misery suffered by the animal as determined and cert1f1ed by a duly licensed vetennanan, (4) When 1t 1s done to prevent an imminent danger to the life or limb of a human being, (5) When done for the purpose of animal population control, (6) When the animal 1s killed after 1t has been used 1n authorized research or experiments, and (7) Any other ground analogous to the foregoing as determined and cert1f1ed licensed veterinarian As provided 1n the additional section in the amending law, 1t 1s also UNLAWFUL for any person who has custody of an animal to abandon the animal.
  • 25. - - - - - - - - - What 1s an abandonment? Abandonment - means the relinquishment of all rights, title, claim, or possession of the animal with the 1ntent1on of not reclaiming it or resuming its ownership or possession Abandonment shall constitute an act of maltreatment If 1t results to death of the animal, the person !1able shall suffer the maximum penalty PENALTIES for animal cruelty, maltreatment or neglect 1 Imprisonment of one year and six months and one day to two years and/or a fine not exceeding One Hundred Thousand Pesos if the animal sub1ected to cruelty, maltreatment or neglect DIES; 2 Imprisonment of one year and one day to one year and six months and/or a fine not exceeding Fifty Thousand Pesos 1f the animal subjected to cruelty, maltreatment or neglect survives but 1s SEVERELY INJURED WITH LOSS OF ITS FACULTY TO SURVIVE ON ITS OWN AND NEEDING HUMAN INTERVENTION TO SUSTAIN ITS LIFE; and 3. lmpnsonment of six months to one year and/or a fine not exceeding Thirty Thousand Pesos for subjecting any animal to cruelty, maltreatment or neglect but without causing its death or 1ncapacitat1ng it to survive on its own lf the violation is committed by a Juridical person, the officer responsible thereof shall serve Imprisonment If 1t 1s committed by an alien, he or she shall be immediately deported after the service of sentence without any further proceeding The penalty of two years and one day to three years and/or a fine not exceeding Two Hundred Thousand Pesos shall be imposed 1f the offense 1s committed by any of the following: 1 a syndicate; 2. an offender who makes business out of cruelty to an animal, 3 a public officer or employee, or 4 where at least three animals are involved
  • 26. Questions: 1. The Implementing Rules and Regulations (DENR Admin1strat1ve Order No.96-40) of the Ph1hpp1ne M1n1ng Act of 1995 provides stnct adherence to,__________ This strategy mandates that the needs of the present should be met without compromising the ability of the future generations to meet their own needs, with the view of 1mprov1ng the quality of life, both now and 1n the future a the pnnc1ple of sustainable development. b the pnnc1ple of sustainable farming, c the principle of sustainable agriculture; d. the principle of sustainable family; e none of the above. 2 The RA 7942 otherwise known as _______ a. The Philippine Mining Act of 1995; b. The Philippine Mining Act of 1996; c The Ph1l1ppme Mining Act of 1997; d. The Philippine Mining Act of 1998, e. None of the above 3. 1s an agreement where the Government and the Contractor organize a Joint venture company with both parties having equity shares Aside from earnings in equity. the Government shall be entitled to a share 1n the gross output a Mineral Production Sharing Agreement, b Mineral Agreement: c Joint Venture Agreement, d Co-Product!on Agreement; e None of the above.
  • 27. ORGANIZATIONAL IMPLEMENTATION The Mining Act reverts back the Mines and Geosc1ences Bureau (MGB) from a Staff to a Line Bureau Under this arrangement, the MGB Central Office has now the administrative 1unsd1ct1on and responsib1l1ty over its regional offices The Line Bureau structure was contemplated to ensure organ1zat1onal eff1c1ency and flex1b1lity in managing limited resources and technical expertise The authont!es/respons1b1l1ties of the MGB are as follows • Management and adm1n1strat1on of mineral lands and resources, 1nclud1ng the granting of m1n1ng permits and mineral agreements, • Enforcement and mon1tonng of Environmental Work Programs (EWP) and Environmental Protection and Enhancement Program (EPEP), Establishment and operat1onal1zat1on of the Contingent L1ab11ity and Rehab1l1tat1on Fund (CLRF), as well as the mandatory Final Mine Rehab1l1tat1on and Decomm1ss1on1ng Plan; • Cancel m1n1ng app!1catlons and m1n1ng rights v1olat1ng the prov1s1ons of the M1n1ng Act, rts 1mp!ement1ng rules and regulations, and/or the terms and conditions of a mtn1ng perm1t/contracVagreement, • For the Regional Directors to impose Cease-and-Desist Orders (CDO), • To deputize the PNP, LGUs, NGOs and other responsible entities to police m1n1ng activities, • To assist the Environmental Management Bureau (EMB)/OENR Regional Offices 1n process1ng/evaluat1on/conduct of EIA 1n m1n1ng projects, • To manage and adm1n1ster Mineral Reservation area (Note Mineral Reservations, under the New Act, include offshore marine areas) ROLE OF LOCAL GOVERNMENTS The IRR highlights the role of local government units (LGUs) 1n mining projects, both as benef1c1aries and as active participants 1n mineral resources management, 1n consonance with the Constitution and govern1nent policies on local autonomy and empowerment As such, the M1n1ng Act provides the fo!low1ng • In consonance with the Local Government Code of 1992 (LGC), LGUs have a share of forty percent (40%) of the gross collection derived by the National Government from m1n1ng taxes, royalties and other such taxes, fees or charges from m1n1ng operations in add1t1on to tl1e occupat1onal fees (30o/o to the Province and 70°/o to the Munic1pal1t1es concerned); • In consonance with the LGC and the People Small-Scale Mining Act (RA 7076), the LGUs shall be responsible for the issuance of permits for small-scale m1n1ng and quarrying operations, through the Provincial/City M1n1ng Regulatory Boards (PMRBs/CMRBs); • To actively participate 1n the process by which the communities shall reach an informed decision on the social acceptability of a m1n1ng project as a requirement for securing an Environmental Compliance Cert1f1cate (ECG), • To ensure that relevant laws on puhl1c notices, consultations and public participation are complied with;
  • 28. • To part1c1pate in the mon1tonng of m1n1ng act1v1t1es as a member of the Mult1partite Monitoring Team, as well as 1n the Mine Rehab1l1tat1on Fund Committee, • To act as mediator between the Indigenous Cultural Communities (ICCs) and the mining contractor as may be requested/necessary, • To be the recipients of social infrastructures and community development projects for the utilization and benefit of the host and neighboring commun1t1es, and ·To coordinate with and assist the DENR and the MGB 1n the 1mplementat1on of the Mining Act and the IRR AREAS CLOSED TO THE MINING APPLICATION Pursuant to the Mining Act of 1995 and 1n consonance with State po!1cres and ex1st1ng laws, areas may either be closed to mining operations, or cond1t1onally opened, as follows Areas CLOSED to mining applications: ·Areas covered by valid and existing mining rights and appllcat1ons; • Old growth or v1rg1n forests, mossy forests, national parks, prov1ncial/mun1c1pal forests, tree parks, greenbelts, game refuge, bird sanctuaries and areas proclaimed as marine reserve/manne parks and sanctuaries and areas proclaimed as marine reserve/marine parks and tourist zones as defined by law and 1dent1f1ed 1n1t1al components of the NIPAS, and such areas as expressly prohibited thereunder, as well as under DENR Adm1nlstrat1ve Order No 25, s 1992, and other laws; •Areas which the Secretary may exclude based, inter al1a, or proper assessment of their environmental Impacts and 1mpl1cat1ons on sustainable land uses, su~h as built-up areas and critical watershed with appropriate barangay/mun1c1pal/prov1ncial Sanggunian ordinances spec1fy1ng therein the location and specific boundaries of the concerned area, and ·Areas expressly proh1b1ted by law The following areas may be opened for m1n1ng operations, the approval of which are subject to the following conditions· • Military and other government reservations, upon prior written consent by the government agency having 1unsd1ct1on over such areas, • Areas near or under public or private buildings, cemeteries, and archaeological and historic sites, bndges. highways, waterways, railroads, reservoirs, dams and other infrastructure projects, public or private works, 1nclud1ng plantations or valuable crops, upon written consent of the concerned government agency or private entity, subject to technical evaluation and validation by the MGB, • Areas covered by FTAA appl1cat1ons, which shall be opened, for quarry resources upon written consent of the FTAA applicants/contractors However, m1n1ng appl1cat1ons for sand and gravel shall require no such consent, • DENR Project areas upon prior consent from the concerned agency
  • 29. ANCESTRAL LANDS AND ICC AREAS The M1n1ng Act fully recognizes the rights of the Indigenous Peoples (IPs)/lnd1genous Cultural Communities (ICCs) and respect their ancestral lands Thus, in accordance with DENR Adm1n1strat1ve Order No 2, and consistent with the new Indigenous Peoples Rights Act (IPRA), the following shall be observed· •No mineral agreements, FTAA and mining permits shall be granted 1n ancestral lands/domains except with prior informed consent 1n a) CADC/CLC areas, and b) areas verified by the DENR Regional Office and/or appropriate offices as actually occupied by Indigenous Cultural Commun1t1es under a clarm of time 1mmemoria! possession, • Where written consent 1s granted by the lCCs, a royalty payment shall be negotiated which shall not be less than 1~lo of the Gross Output of the m1n1ng operations 1n the area This Royalty shall form part of a Trust Fund for socio- economic well being of the JCCs in accordance with the management plan formulated by the ICCs in the CADC/CALC area (In a large-scale mining operation the 1-0 /o Royalty could easily run into several tens of million pesos per year) • Representation 1n the Mu!t1-part1te Monitoring Committee, SOCIAL AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT The M1n1ng contractors/operators shall allocate a m1n1mum of 1o/o of their direct m1n1ng and m1ll1ng costs for the following • Development of the host and neighboring communities and mine camp, 1ncludtng the construction and maintenance of social infrastructures to promote the general welfare of the 1nhab1tants 1n the area Such infrastructures include roads and bridges, school buildings, churches, recreational fac1lit1es, housing fac1l1tles, water and power supplies, etc, • For the development of mining technology and geosc1ences, particularly thosl? related to improved effic1enc1es and environmental protection and rehab1!1tatron, The m1n1ng contracts under the regimes of MPSA and FTAA also provide for the mandatory F1l1p1n1zat1on program, technology transfer, and the training and priority employment of local residents These contracts further mandate that m1n1ng operations shall max1m1ze the utrl1zat1on of local goods and services, the creation of self-susta1n1ng generating act1v1t1es, and skills-development ENVIRONMENTAL AND SAFETY CONCERNS A s1gnif1cant fenture of the M1n1ng Act of 1985 and its !RR 1s the premium given to environmental protection Stringent measures were 1nstitut1onalized to ensure the compliance of m1n1ng contractors/operators to 1nternat1onally accepted standards of environmental management. ON SOCIAL ACCEPTABILITY Mrnrng contractors/operators shall allocate a m1n1mum of 1°/o of their direct m1n1ng and m1ll1ng costs for the development of the following • Host and neighboring commun1t1es and mine camp to promote the general welfare of inhabitants 1n the area. This includes construction and maintenance of rnfrastructureS such as roads and bridges, school bu1ld1ngs, housing and recreational fac1ht1es, water and power supplies, etc.; l• Mr.n1ng technology and geoscienc~s, particularly those related to improved effic1enc:rP.s Rnrl PnvirnnmPnb=il nrnh=•rt1nn ::inrl rPh::ihilit~hr.n
  • 30. MINING PERMITS GRANTED TO QUALIFIED PERSONS The following are the types of mrning permits granted under the M1n1ng Act of 1995 and its IRR· Exploration Permit - these permrts are issued to qualified 1ndivrduals or local and foreign corporations granting them to undertake purely mineral exploration act1v1t1es Has a term of two (2) years renewable for like tern1s but not to exceed a total ter1n of six (6) years for non-metal!1c minerals and eight (8) years for metalHc minerals The Perm1ttee may eventua!ly apply for Mineral Agreement or FTAA. subject to maximum areas l1m1tat1ons The maximum areas allowed per qualified person under an Exploration Permit are 1,620 hectares 1n any one province or 3,240 hectares 1n the entire country for an 1nd1v1dual, and 16, 200 hectares 1n any one province or 32,400 hectares 1n the entire country for a corporation, association, cooperative or partnership Mineral Agreement - are granted to 1nd1v1duals or local corporations giving them the right to explore, develop and ut1l1ze the minerals within the contract area. There are three modes of Mineral Agreements namely Mineral Production Sharing Agreement (MPSA) - an agreement wherein the Government grants to the contractor the exclusive right to conduct m1n1ng operations within, but not title over, the contract area and shares 1n the production whether 1n kind or 1n value as the owner of the minerals therein The Contractor shall provide the necessary f1nanc1ng technology, management and personnel; Co-Production Agreement (CA) - an agreement between the Government and the Contractor wherein the Government shall provide Inputs to the m1n1ng operations other than the mineral resources, and Joint Venture Agreement (JVA) - an agreement where the Government and the Contractor organize a joint venture company with both parties having equity shares Aside from earnings 1n equity, the Government shall be entitled to a share in the gross output
  • 31. .. REVIEW MATERIAL FOR NAPOLCOM PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATION PGS 1. The PNP Integrated Transformation Progratn-lmplemented by the PNP as its transformation Strategy prior to the initiation of PGS. The PNP ITP has evolved into an updated version by the 1ntroduct1on of the PGS as a management tool wh1cl1 provides a tracking mechanism to determine ho·V far 1s the PNP from its v1s1on and 1s 1t on the rrght track 2. The PNP ITP-PGS aims to address the following: a To resolve organrzat1onal dysfunction b To strengtt1en law enforcement capabil1t1es c To improve the quality of police Service 3. The National Governrnent Agencies that belong to the "MCC 6" that are required to undergo the Performance Governance System: a Department of Health (DOH) b Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) c Department of Education IDepEd) d Department of Finance (DOF) e Department of Transportation and Commun1cat1on (OOTC) f Phll1pp1ne National Pol1ce(PNP) 4. The PNP was chosen to Institutionalize the PGS because of the following reason: a The PNP has a regular contact with tt1e people b It was already pursuing its own transformation program c It was deemed ready to participate 1n good governance 5. The PNP Mission "Imploring the aid of the Almighty, by 2030, we shall be a highly capable, effective and credible police service, working in partnership with a responsive community towards the attainment of a. saf-~r place to live, work and do business"
  • 32. · - - · - - - - - 6 The PNP Vision To Enforce the law prevent and control crimes, ma1nta1n peace and order, ensure public safety and internal security with the active support of the community' To ensure that the PNP V1s1on will be attained the following key management process should be integrated a Performance Appraisal b Budget and Planning c Rewards and Punishment 7 The CODE -P (Strategic Focus) stands for C-Competence O-Organizat1onal Development D-Disc1pl1ne E-Exce!lence P-Profess1onal1sm It serves as the BLUEPRINT towards the real1zat1on of the PNP Patrol Plan 2030 8. OBJECTIVES of Strategic Focus Competence 6 Intensify Policy Reform 7 Review and Pursue leg1s!at1ve agenda 8 Improve the Field Training Progra1n (FTP) with emphasis on Field Tra1n.1ng Exerc1se(Patrol Traffic and First Responder) 9 Standardize Spec1al1zed Courses for Operational Support Staff/Units/teams 10 Improvement of ex1st1ng NUP courses and development of competency courses for NUP 11 Enhance operational procedures and practice 9 The acronym P.A.T.R.0.L. stands for
  • 33. -,,·.>T-'•~ j 3 "Peace and Orcer Agenda for Transformation and upholding of the Rule-Of- Law 10. The following are the sequentia! stages of the Performance Governance System (PGS) a ln1t1at1011 Srage b Con1pl1ance Stage c Prof1c1ency Stage and d lnst1tut1onal1zat1on Stage 11. The four (4) Strategic Perspectives of the PNP Strategy Map PATROL Plan 2030. a Resource f~anagement b Learning and Growth c Process Excellence and d Community 12 The Main Tasks or Respons1b1l1t1es of the PNP a Crime Preventron b Cn111e Solution 13 The Balanced Scorecard - It's a n1anagement system that enables our organ1zat1on, which 1s rhe PN P to set, track and achieve its key strategies and ob1ect1ves A management and measuring that 1s globally recognized and adopted by the PNP to raise the standard of Governenc2. 14. The PNP Units /Offices that need to !Jndergo Operational Review of Dashboard to be undertaken every rJ!onth. a PPO's b CPO"s c CPS d MPS e Police Stations f lnd1v1duals
  • 34. GENERAL INFORMATION (LAWS) Multiple Choice Please read carefully and select the required answer 1 Under the 1987 Const1tut1on, the state shall ma1nta1n ------a multiple police forces c two police forces b one police force d three police forces 2 The police force shall be ______ 1n scope· a Regronal c 1nternat1onal b National d local 3 The police force shall be ______ 1n character. a. m1!1tary c m1lltarist1c b c1vil1an d civilized 4 The fol!ow1ng have d1sc1pl1nary authority over the police, except a Local Chief Executives c PLEB b Mayors d Chief of Police establish 5 The manning levels of the PNP rs one policeman for every_____ a 500 persons c 250 persons b 800 persons d. 1500 persons 6 In order to be qual1f1ed for appointment to the PNP, an applicant have a. Baccalaureate degree c High School Diploma b at least second year college or d Tesda Certification equivalent of 72 collegiate units 7 The PNP is under what department a. DND c NAPOLCOM b DOJ d DILG 8 The PNP 1s administered and controlled by______ a SILG c NAPOLCOM b DILG d DOJ 9 The compulsory retirement age for a un1forrned member of the PNP 1s a 65 c ~ b 60 d $ and must 1O Attrition by non-promot1on applies to those who were not promoted for a period of -------a 10 years b 5 years c 15 years d 20 years 11 NAPOLCOM IS _ _ _ _ _ _ of the DILG a an attached agency c. under the supervision b a collegial body d under the control
  • 35. 12 The following are descriptive of the NAPOLCOM, except· a a Collegial body c administers and controls the PNP b an attached agency to the DILG d under the direct control of the DILG 13 Under R A No 9708, the pendency of an adm1n1strat1ve case 1s a a bar for promotion c not a bar for promotron______ b a bar for promotion if pending d not a bar for promotion 1f for less than two years pending for more than two years 14 PLEB has JLinsdrctron over PNP personnel assigned 1n a NSUs c NHO - - - - - b PROs d city or mun1c1pal police station 15. Optional retirement requires a m1n1mum length of service of a 10 years c 25 years - - - - - - b 20 years d 30 years 16 The Dec1s1ons rendered by the following are appealable to RAB, except a Mayors c PLER b RD d CPNP 17 Under the 1987 Ph11ipp1ne Const1tut1011, the state shall establish and ma1nta1n ------a multiple police forces. which shall be national 1n scope and c1vll1an 1n character b one police force, which shall be national 1n scope and c1v1llan 1n character c one police force, which shall be regional in scope and c1vll1an 1n character d one police force. which shall be national 1n scope and military 1n character 18 This law is also known as the DILG Act of 1990 a RA 8551 c RA 6975 b RA 9708 d RA 9165 19 This law 1s also known Reorgan1za.t1on Act of 1998 a RA 8551 b RA 9708 as the Phil1pp1ne National Police Reform and c RA 6975 d RA 9165 20 This 1s the Act Extending for Five (51 Years the Reglementary Period for Complying with the M1n1rrium Educational Ot1al1fication for Appointment to the Ph1l1pp1ne National Police (PNP) and Ad1usting the Promotion System Thereof, Amending for the Purpose Pertinent Provisions of Republic Act No 6975 and Republic Act No 8551 and for other purposes a RA 8551 c RA 6975 b RA 9708 d RA 9165
  • 36. l{l~Pl l~l,f( .('I :o. 6975 .Cl EST -BLISII I(; TH L PIIII.1 PPl'E i'i.T!Ol'iAL POLICE ll'I DER A REORG. 'IZE!l DI:P llT~lE: T OF THE INTEIUOR AND LOCAL GOVER'~-IEJ r. -:D FOR OTllEll Pl l!POSES Section I. I lift· of th,, /ct f> 'J h11., .ict :-.hall be kno'11 us the "Dcpart1ncnt of the Inter ltlr and I,ocal 1 Jo er nn1ent .ct or IlJlJ( l " ."ll·ction 27. ,fi.11111111,-.:, I <'l'< /1 'f> Cin thiJ .ivi.:ra;;c 11at1()111de, the 111ann111g li.:vcls oflhc PN!' -;hall he arrro.!111;;tel_ Hl dCCC11dc1ncc Jlh d policc-to-pliJUlatJon ratio Pl"llllL' (I 1rol1L:cn1an l{H-CCf f]e hunJrcd {:'tlUJ rt:JSO/l'> '! h~· ::lllU~d '>ttcnglh b_ Citic:-, and 111UlllC!J1al!t!C<, ':>ha]] depend on th~ state n1 f)L:ll'L' and order. populnt1on der1:-.it) and actual dc111ands or the :-.cr·1ce 111 thi.: part1cula1 area Pro 1deJ. l'hat thi.: 1111n11n11n1 po!1cc-to-populrit1n11 ial10 shall not be lc:-.s than one 1 ! ) po!1ei.:111an fnrecry one thllll'>Llnd 1I !JUO) pcr:.on~ Pro·1JctL further. l'hal urb::i.n areus ~halt ht1'e a higher 111111111111111 pnllcL'-tu-populatrnn ratio a" 111::i.y be pre:.cnbl!d hy regulation~ Section 39. ( 'u111;J11/11r1· /i,'f1rl.!11!t'J1f "'> (1111pu!~ur:, 1ct1rcn1ent, for nf'llcei ~ind non-nlTiecr. :-hall be upon thL' att~11nn1ent or ugc fifty-~t' (5()) Pro 1di.:d, '!hat, Ill ca:.c or any (1fT1ecr .l(h the l~lnk nfch1ef:-.upcr1ntende1lt. dirccloi 01 deputy director gcnl'raL the Cin11111s<.,1on 1nay al[ov 111:-. 1cten110n 111 the ~Cf ice li.)r .in uncxte11d1blc penud urone {1l year Section ..J.O. ( J;1t111n11! !?tf11c!lll'11t ~ l_lpon accu1nul.111(l11 of at lea:-.! l.cntv (2lll CUI" (lJ. . :-.atJsfactory <1ctl'C scr 1el.!. an ofl1ccr 01 11011-nffiLcr_ at 111'> olll request and Vlth the apptuval ()r the Cor1n11:-.1.,1on. :.hall he reltrcd Ji·nn1 the service and entitled to receive benefits pin 1Jcd hy la C. !l.~Il'll>-TR.l IVE lllS('ll'l.IN RY MACIIl'.'<ERY Section ..J.l. uf) i '111::e11 t 'n111;J/,11111, -0- /nv co111pl::11nt by an 1ndrv1dual pcr~un aga111:-.t ,in) 111l.!n1ber of1he PNP o;,h:.ill he brought bcfo1c th!.! fo1lov1ng ( l 1c--:h1i.:f~ nl.polii.:c. 'here: the of!Cn1.,e 1o,; puni~hab!e by 1thho!d1ng ol'pr1vtlegeo.;. rc:-.tnc11on to :-.pccifleJ lun1t1.,, ~u'>pen:-.1n11 ui forlC1ture ol '>a!a1y, or an) L01nh1nrit1l111 therl!nr!Or .1 pl.!r1od nut l.!'-Cced1ng fifti.:cn ( 15 l da):.. 1~1 i'vlav11r:-, ii c1t1e~ ur 111un1c1palille:-,_ 'here thl! oflCn:-.e 1s pun1shabll'. h:, '.'ilh!Jold1ng of'pll rlLgC<,, t"L:'>hietltlll tn ':>j1CClf1Cd iln11ts. '.'>USpCtlSlOll Of J'orll:ilurl.! ol sa!a~. nr an: con1b1n<1t1on thc1eoL l~ir a pcnod or not Jc:ss than s1-..tcl.!n ( 16) d:.i;.s but not exceeding thirty (3UJ da:,',. (3 1 Pl.!nple l,aV !:'.nf0rccn1c:n! Boaid, a.'> crl:ated under Section 43 hi.::reoL .herl.! th.:: oJ!Cn"c is pun11.,hriblc by 11thholJ1ne; of'prtvllcge~, rc.-.triction lo specified limit'.>, U.'ipcnsiun of forfeiture of salary, or an.v con1bination thereof, for ;1 period e~ccl•ding thirty (30) days; or by dismissal Section 43. /'<.:011/('~' f,uil' /· ///IJ/'( ,·1n,'11f !~uarcl (}'/)'.'/1! 1f- {a) Creation and Functions ~ '1th1n th1r1v (.30) day:-, f'ro111the1so.;uancc nfth~ 11nplen1cnting rules and rl.!gulat1ons by the c_~nn1n11ss1nn, thcr; shall be. created b· the 1.,a11ggun1ang pan!ungsod/bayan in every crty and 111un1c1pal1l) '1uch 11un1ber of People's Lav l~nJiJrcc1ncnt 13oards {Pl ,El~s I as 111ay be neci.::s:-.ary Provided. 'l'hat
  • 37. then.: ,hc1ll he ,ti least one ( l ! l'l .L'.15 fr>r every 111un1c1pality and for each of the lcg1;,l::t!1vc d1;,tnct" 111 a Cl 'J he l'J_J_'b .;;h,11! havc_1ur1:-d1cllon to hear and decide c1t1zcn's cotnp!arnts or caseo;, filed bcllHo.: 11 .1ga1n-.,t erring lll ricer~ ,ind 1nc1nbe1.s or the !'NP ·r hctc 5hall be at fea~t one ( l) Pl J'.13 ll.11 c.:1;. fic hundrc'd ->11111 cit (l! 1nun1c1pul police pe1-;onnel Section ..J-..f. I I.ii, lj'l111,1r1 !r1;JL!!u1. J-],)11/ll ~ Ihe rurn1al ,1dn11n1<;tn11'e d1scipl!nnry 1nach1ner: f11 the P~P ..,hall he the :'.tllt>11.1l .ppcllate l~o~ud and the n.::g1onal appc!latc hoard•, crhc N;n1onal .ppcllat~ 110~1rd shall CO!l~tst of rnur (-1-) d1v1s1ons, each d1v1s1on Cl111)100,Cd or a C~nn1n11s<;1f111cr :1-., (~h.:11rn1an ~ind lO (2) other nh:1nbcr~ 'J'he l~oan.l :-hall cun:-1dcr appeal:- fiu111 dccl'-lllll'- of the Chief of the PNP 'The Nallona! 1ppcilate l1oarJ n1ay conduct it.., hcanng.., or :.c:-s1on:- 111 Metropolitan f!anila 01 dny part or the count!") ao;, 1t 111a: dcen1 nccc'.-i;,:u: l'hcrc "hull be at lea"t une 1I) n:g1<1na! appellate boa1d per adin1111~trat1e region 111 the CDuntry to be con1puscd ur,1 ..,cnit)r ornccr of the 1cg1onal L'o1nn11..,;,1011 as Chan1nun and one ( 1} rcp1c-.,cntat!C each fro1n the PNP. anJ the 1cg1nnal peace and 01de1 council a:. 1nc1nbers It ~hull cun-.,1d1.:1 appeal.., n-l1111 dec1<.,1nns of the regional dncctors, other otTic1als, 111avor~. and the PLl:G..:, l)fllIJed. 'J'hat !he L'on11111..,~1nn 111.1;, create add1!1onal rcg1onu! appellate board::. a:. the need arise.., REJll 1 f~l.f(' 1("1' 'lo. 8551 .N CT PRO'IDI:-.G FOR Tiii: REFORM ·ND REORGANIZ.TIO: OF TIIE PH ILi ppf--.;E ° Tiff. L POLICE . °D FOR OTHER l'!IRPOSES, -~IE 'lnIN(; CERLl'> PROVISIONS Of REP BLIC CT XlliIllERED SIXT)-NINE lllli'-ll!Udl .ND SE.i',N'I Y-Fl'E ENTITLED,".!'< AC! E~TABLISillNG TIIE PIIILIPPI:-iE !' ."fI();', I~ I'()I ,IcI·: l '~I) l·:l{ ' l{I·:-()RG, ~I zI•: J) J)I•: p1lrrlI I•:N'I' 0 I< ·r111·: 1--.;TERIOR .--.;IJ LOC ·I. GO'ER'IME'T, .'ll FOR OTHER PllRPOSES" TIT!.E I TITLE ."< ll DECI.ARA'I 10"1 OF POLIC ~ectiou I. /rife' 4)- ll'1'- 1Lt "hall he knovn as he "Phil1pp1nc National Police J{et1.Jrn1 and u 1· 1,1<1',"1-.,eorgan1zatH1n / ct o ., Section 1-l. ,,._, :1,111 1 ' " .. ' ')'I' lS hl':rcby a1nended lo 1eaJ a:, roJIO:, "SI'(' .'II Ciencr~d Qu::d1Jie,11011s fur Appu1ntn1e11t 41' No person ~hall be appointed a:. 0tlice1 l)J n1c111bcr of the J>NP unle~'> he 01 ~he posSC'-'SC'> '.be follov1ng n11n1111un1 qua!illcation'> "al 1 c1t1/en of the l'h!11pp1nc:., "h 1/ per-;on of gorid rnn1al cnnduct. "cl Mu:..t ha c pa..,:-ed the psych1atncip~ycholo:;1c::tl, drug and physical tL::.t:. to be .1dn11n1~tcrcd by the J>NP 01 by any N1P( )LC()i'vl accredited gnvcrnnient ho'>p1tal fl1r the purpn:,c of dctcnn1111ng ph·s1cal and n1cntal heulth, "Jl [,Just pu:,se:,s a f1.Hn1al bai:calaureate degree l!-0111ar1.:cog1111.cd1n<>t1tut1011 of!carn111g. "e) lvlu:.t be el1g1b!c 1n accotdancc 'Ith the standard;, set hy the C'on11n1~s1on,
  • 38. -· ',' d't 1101 haC been d1~hlinorah!_ d1;.,charged fron1 111i11tary l.!1nploy111ent or d1<>1n 1 ~~cd •: .,._au"c !ro111 an Cl tlr:in pn;.,111011 in !he (iovcrnn1cnt_ ·~1 lu"t not hae been c1lr1'Jctcd by llna! 1ud2n1cnt of::in ofli::nsc or cnn1e ll10l·1ng inural turrnudc "h 11lust be at lea<...! one llll:lcr and ~1.ty-tvo cent1n1ctcr':I ( J f)2 in ) in height Ji.1r 1n<1!e and llnc 1nctcr 3nJ tln~-<;Ccn ccnt1111i,;:tcr<> (I 57 111 ) fi1r ll:1nalc, "1 I iJu,t ~lt!°h tlOt ll10fC or Jc~;., than []e k1!0g1a111S ~5 kgs J frolll the '-landard 'Clght '-'nt rc...pnnd1n~ tl) h1<... or her hc1ghL age_ and SC., and "1 J !·or a ne appl1cant. lllll)t not be less than tcnty-onc (:21) nor n1orc than thirty (30) _L'.urc.. of age except for the Ju:,! qual1Jicat1on. the ahove-enun1cruted quahficatron;., ~ha!! he contrnu1ng 111 character and an absence nf any one of the1n at anv given t1n1e !>hall be .1 t'round IOr '>crarat1on or r.::t11c1nent J'ron1 the ~.::rv1cc Provided, '!'hat PNP n1cn1bcr!:> Vho arc already rn the o;c1·1ec upon the e!lCct11ty nfthis Ji:t shall he given at least t'l) (21 n101c yl'ar<> to obtain the n11n1n1u1n educational qual1Jlcat1011 and one (I) year to sat1;.,t~· the: 'eight rcqu1r.::1nent "ror the pu rpD<..c 'if detct 1111 n1ng C)t 11pl1ancc Vllh the requirc1ncnts on physical ,1nd inental health.•1-; ell a:::. the non-use t1fproh1b1ted drug~ the P1JP by rtsclfot thrnugh a NrPCJl.(.{_)f:j accredited gocrnn1cnt !1o!:>p1tal shall lnnduct regular psychiatric, p;.,ycholog1ca! drug and ph_:-.1cal le~!::. randorn!~ and 1,Jthou1 notice ":fter the lap!:>e of the t1n1e period tOr thl..' :.at1-.fncl1on of a .:.pec1flc 1equ1re111i.::nt current n1cn1hcrs ofthG PNP 'ho ·ill IB.11 to !:>a11<;fy any of the rcq111re1ncnt~ cnun1erateJ under th15 Section ~hall be ~cparntcd fron1 the ser1cc 1J'thi.;~ arc belnv IiHy (50) y~urs llf age <Ind have ~ervcd in l!ovcrnn1ent fOr les~ than lvcnty (2U) yt:<1t ~ or retired 1r they are frorn the age of fit1y (50 l and abOL'. and have served the Clo..:rnn1l..'11t t~)J at 1~~1st t'<::nty (::!0) years V!lhout rri.::.1ud1cc 111 c1tl1cr case !(l tht.:: pay1ne11t ufhencfit.., they 111ay bi: entitled tn under existing la'~" Sel·tion 28.. lttr1t11111 h1· ·1111-11r1111111t1011. ~ /11 PNJ) personnel Vho ha.~ not been pro1nolcd /'or a. . conlln11nus p~riod ol'tcn ( l0 J 'l,ea1~ shall he retired or separated
  • 39. Republic of the Ph11ipp1nes National Police Comm1ss1on NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS, PHILIPPINE NATIONAL POLICE DIRECTORATE FOR PERSONNEL AND RECORDS MANAGEMENT Camp Crame. Quezon City MEMORANDUM TO RDs. PF<Os TDPRMFROM SUBJECT NAPOLCOM Especial Promotional Examination on December 14, 20i4 DATE 1 This pertains to the for!hcom1ng NAPOLCOM special promotional exam1nat1on which sl1all be held on December 14, 2014 2 Please be informed that the NAPOLCOrv1 st1all give special promotional exa1n1nat1on on December ·14 2014 1n seven examination centers a Baguio City; b Makat1 City, c Calamba City, d lloilo City, e Cebu City, f Zamboanga City, and g Davao City 3 As per guidance from NAPOLCOM, you are hereby directed to advise all candidates for attrition by non-promot1on due to lack of el1gibil1ty to submit the following requirements 1n "WALK-IN basis" before the identified NAPOLCOM exam1nat1on centers on November 23-December 3, 2014. a TDPRM endorsement letter (See Attached), b Authenticated College Diploma/TOR, c Duly accon1pl1shed appl1cat1on forms (accessible frorn website of NAPOLCOM or exam1nat1on centers), and d Exam1nat1on fee 4 All candidates who shall be compulsory retired in 2017 are no longer required to take the special pron1ot1onal exam111at1on 5 All C, RPHRDD shall conduct special review classes 1n their respective AOR follow111g the attached Program of Instruction and review materials Submit reports of compliance thereof NLT December 16. 2014 6 For guidance and strict con1pl1ance JAIME g_ MORENTE Police=r
  • 40. i21-:i ,·-,;:,- n, th.~ l;il11l1p~llll0.S 1 '<·r:'' lrllf'•ll '' • •r '11/<'r'" ,Hlf• l..CCDI COVt>;, •rr '"'I ·.1,-. ri -,:,:. - ,--: . ~.':;: .r;c_il,~r1.rrn~-:r-.~(--'~" Dll. - ·l.r'(JL•:::OiJl C1.~11lc1 1·.J1-l)()I C:O~,,: '_!!Ir. , F.D~l/I cor Qun;rnn ,l;ir:. 'l,/("'t Ir: ,,ril.~, 1_')11fT,n11 C'ilV I lf1•1 '' 1' 11c1f"'lr·1y11 •:•'•''.f11, './)i,iulJC ,,-:: '~Fl:CIAL P1lP-Ef·I-! RJf'JC.f .'lIO rr~();1•f()~ ·i!'·L l:'r/:111~-J.<TICJ!"JS C:f} QE:_(.i=-11r.r::FR. 'l ·t'I'' /, Sprorf.'-'1 Pl,l,'-l~n(r,1nr· -,n~i 1:rcirnoilon2I F;,:;~1n1,·12lron-, ,.,,111 b<:· r~ondu(r::r,: r .,, r11 ·, :r~r·-ii 1f"- •.) ;,-:, ].- ' ~ "! .11 •t 1~ 'R•i11nat1ur, CE:r1l-'":·'? r:~.n~ ~ 111 : -.- 0 . ' ". (l<'C:· ··. ':<·1.1 :-·,··c1 ' ' :"·-·:r I I I',•~ ' ' li! '' /pplic•1ni·~ 10 l1·1·· ':ipeL 1, ~:r:~u 111 fl'111nn /p11llr::>lH ,,-. h·:1-,.·: 1: (~ 1~rc·-11lr·n,1,' .i_r.:1-1 ·_:,; fcir r~,,, rl:t l'.,' ,-.,r /r1::li•-::''' , . c,i, 11r1bl'l c1iy 'l,11-, f:II'/ •_,,-.p, ! L;1t ' ~,-,1n1 ,p:1npn c1i11 [).')•Id() C1t·,1 i30qu10 1_:1(11 i 1::11:rsncfa E,<':irn1nAt1on shall ._;t1l1...'.'2 the Un-L 111.~· ',).~il•lciUl11l·~l Gv:,ierr 1,r:l_E/B'.".J C-Jn n-1t-" L'•llr-'-~ -,: r:r, <1neeo. 01 Lh'' '."'.i-,,:_r •"I JI 01r1nuun2: '.I 1 t' (lc,r Pl_)r an" -ro1-i r:::,;::;111·~) L~:1cl, ~~~.-11Y1111':11•Jll 1. ·.:·11,', 1-' ro•il(;t:2ied a quni<:l t,I !_-,·itr;-:1,ri' E:::ini111;:,11_i1 ,,,, •r, ·:)JJS-~rJ 118i1or,1,,;1r'o 1,1.lUU [lf]plic21lll$ 1ut '.O' :J Ji)!lilL;~Jlll ~I-I'', 1~1: 1~,un1·· :=:ente1 ,.,:pr.. -, 'l";l: f'l' :1111 t;-,j r(,~_,f)1-.1·1 i: r:'•'.l~i-r· t.l" - ) ,:;1-r11• 1:,,1q,·, iht• t:l<:_' ,:-:.' --------------~.. ''"_,_________________ -------· - - - - -
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  • 42. REVIEWER ON ENVIRONMENTAL LAWS Republic Act 8749 refers to the Clean Air Act (CAA) of 1999 ) RA 8749 refers to a Clean Water Act of 2004 b Ph1l1pp1ne Ecological Solid Waster Management Act ct. Clean Air Act of 1999 e Climate Change Act of 2009 2 ) RA 9275 refers to a Clean Water Act of 2004 c Ph1J1pp1ne Toxic Substances and Hazardous and Nuclear Waste Act ct. Clean Air Act of 1999 P l.lirn::itP r.h::innP Art nf ?noq- - - . - - - ._, - -- - - - - Ill Republic Act 9003 refers to the Philippine Ecological Solid Waste Management Act (PESWMA) of 2009 3 ) RA 9003 refers to a Clean Water Act of 2004 b. Philippine Ecological Solid Waste Management Act of 2009 c Ph11ipp1ne Toxic Substances and Hazardous and Nuclear Waste Act ct Clean Air Act of 1999 e Climate Change Act of 2009 I/ Rep11bl1c Act RQRq refer5 to the Philippine Tci~1r. S1_1b5ff!n('P'3 ;::in(l H878rdo1_1s rinrl Nuclear Waste Act 4 ) RA 6969 refers to· a Clean Water Act of 2004 b Ph1l1ppine Ecological Solid Waste Management Act c. Philippine Toxic Substances and Hazardous and Nuclear Waste Act e Climate Change Act of 2009 Page 1 of3
  • 43. V Republic Act 9279 refers to the Climate Change Act of 2009 5 I RA 9279 refers to. ;:i Gle:?in fl.f.c:iter Act of 2004 b Ph1l1pp1ne Ecological Solid Waste Management Act c Ph11ipp1ne Toxic Substances and Hazardous and Nuclear Waste Act e. Climate Change Act of 2009 VL The Climate change comm1sslon 1s composed of the President as Chairperson and Three (3) Comm1ss1oners to be appointed by the President 6 ) Tl1e Climate Change Comm1ss1on 1s co1nposed of a The President as Chairperson and five (5) Comm1ss1oners b The President as Chalrperson and four (4) Comm1ss1oners c The President as Chairperson and three (3) Commrss1oners d The President as Chairperson and two (2) Comm1ss1oners e The President as Chairperson and the DENR Secretary VII Under the Ph1l1ppine Clean Water Act of 2004, Owners or operators of facilities that discharge wastewater are required to get a permit to discharge from the EMS or the Laguna Lake Deveiopment Aurhority 7 ) The Climate Change Comm1ss1on 1s composed of a LGU b DOH c DTI d. EMB or the Laguna Lake Development Authority e Regular Courts VIII. Under Section 10, RA 9003, the LGUs shall be pnmanly responsible for the imolementat1on and enforcement of the orov1s1on of this Act w1th1n their respective JUnsd1ctrons 8.) The Agency prlmanly responsible for t!1e implementation and enforcement of the provisions of RA 9003 is the e nFNR b Laguna Lake Development Authority c. LGUs d DEPED e DOH IX Among the key features of the Solid Waste Management Act 1s the Creation of the National Solid Waste Management Comm1ss1on (NSWMC), the National Ecology Center (NEC), and the Solid Waste Management Board (NSWMB) 1n every Province, Crty and Mun1c1pal1ty rn the Country. 9.) Among the key features of the Solid Waste Management Act 1s the creation of Page 2 of 3
  • 44. a NSWMC b NEC c NSWMB d a and b only e. a, b, and c X Under Section 4, Rule 2 of the Rules of Procedure for Environmental Cases, any party 1n interest, 1nclud1ng the government and Juridical ent1t1es authorized by law, may file a c1v1I action 1nvolv1nq the enforcement or v1olat1on of anv environmental law 10 ) Who may file a c1v1I action involving the enforce1nent or v1olat1on of environmental laws? a Natural persons only b Jurld1cal ent1t1es only c LGUs only d. Any party in interest including the government and juridical entities authorized by law e Only the Government XII Under Section 8, Rule 2 of the Rules of Procedure for Environmental Cases, 1f it appears from the verified complalnant that the 111atter 1s of extreme urgency and the applicant will suffer grave and irreparable 1n1ury, the executive judge of the mult1ple-sala court before raffle, or the pres1d1ng judge of a s1ngle-sala court as the case may be. n1ay l!::i::.ue ex parie a Ter11µ01ary Env11or1111erncii P1oieci1un Oilier (TEPO) effeci1ve fur only seventy-two (72) hours from the date of receipt of the TEPO by the party or person enjoined 11 ) The executive judge of the mult1ple-sala court before raffle, or the pres1d1ng juage of a s1ngie-sa1a courr as the case may oe, may issue ex pane a Ternporary Environmental Protection Order (TEPO) effective for only seventy-two (72) hours from the date of receipt of the TEPO by the party or person enJ01ned a 24 hours b 36hours c 48 hours d. 72 hours e 3 days Xiii Under Section i 0, Ruie 2 or tne KUies or t-'rocedure for Env1ronmentai Cases, except the Supreme Court, no court can issue a TRO or writ of preliminary 1n1unct1on against lawful actions of government agencies that enforce environmental laws or prevent violations thereof 12 ) iio court can issue a TRO or wrn of prei1m1nary 1nJuncHon against iawfui actions of government agencies that enforce environmental laws or prevent v1olat1ons thereof, except· a. MTG b RTC c Court of Appeals d. Supreme Court e Environment Management Bureau Page 3 of 3
  • 45. '----- PGS BASIC REVIEWER 1. Aside from the PNP, the following the five (5) other National Government Agencies (that belong to "MCC 6") required to undergo thG Performance Governance System? a ) Department of Budget and Management (DBM), Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH), Department of Education ((DepEd), Department of Transportation and Commun1cat1ons {DOTC}, Bureau of Internal Revenue {BIR) b.) Oepartn1ent of Health (DOH), Department of Public Works c.:nd Highways {DPWH), Department of Education (DepEd), Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC), and Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR); c.) Department of Health (DOH), Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH), Department of Education (DepEd), Department of Finance (DOF), and Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR); d.) Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA), Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) Department of Education (DepEd), Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC), ), and Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR}. 2. What the PNP Units/Offices that need to undergo Operational Review of Dashboards to be undertaken at least every month? a.) PROs, PPOs, CPOs, CPS, MPS, Police Stations, Individuals b.) PPOs, CPOs, CPS, MPS, Police Stations, Individuals c.} PROs, NSUs, CPOs, CPS, MPS, Police Stations, Individuals d.) 0-Staff, PROs, PPOs, CPOs, CPS, MPS 3 Env1s1oned in the PNP Road Mrir is a PNP that 1s· a.) All of the choices b.) Police Service by 2030 c.) l-l1gh!y cupuble d ) Effective and Credible 4. In order to properly execute the PNP P.A.1- R O.l Plan 2030, th(' P~JP must ensure to address the following: a.) Resource Barrier (failure to link budget with strategy} b.) /II of the choices c.) Vision barrier (limited understanding of the strategy among the personnel) d.) People [3;:irrier (limited tied 111 the strategy)
  • 46. -, In the PNP vison, v,1 hat the t1meline when the PNP vvill become a highly capable, effective, and co1npetent police service? o I 2020 b.) 2025 c.) 2015 d.) 2030 G. What are the four strategic objectives of the PNP P 1':.. T.R.O.l. P!an 2030 (1n order set in the StrJtegy Map)? a.) Talent, l<nowledge, skills, perforn1ance b.) Resource Management, Learning and Growth, Process l?xcellence, Community c.) Resource GenPrallon, Learning and Growth, Process Excellence, Commu111Ly d.) Resource Managemcnl, Learning, Process Managerr1ent, Community 7. The following are the two main tasks or responsibilities of the PNP? a.) Intelligence and Crime Solution b.) Operations and Investigation c.) Crime Prevention and Police Community Re!alions d.) Crime Prevention and Crime Solution 8 Whut is/are the recisons 11vhy the PfJP Vas chosen co "lns(itutional1zed" the PGS? a.) The PNP has the regular contact with the people h.) All of the choices c.) It was already pursuing its own transformation prog1am d ) It was deemed re;:idy to participate in good governance program 9 ·rhe "PATHCJL" 111 rhc ,CJNP P.A.T.R.O.L Plan 2030 1s an acronym wh1cfl stands for: a ) Peace and Order Action Plan for Transfor m;ition and Upholding of the Ru!e-Of-l.<ivJ b.) Police Action Ap,~nda for Tran•,formatlon and lJpholcling of thr~ Ruic-Of Lc11N c.) Police and Co1nmunily 1-genda for fransfor n1d1 ion anJ lJphold1ne of the Hule-0 f-La1.iv d.) Pe<>ce ;1nci Order 1-'genda for i"ra11sf0rn1a·doi1 C11td Upho:ding of i.hE' Ru!e~Of-Lav.1 10 Pnn1· to its inJt1at1on to the PGS, vvh.1t progra1n does the PNP is in1plemenlin2 ;i<; its tr·nn:.fo1ma11on Strategy? a.] Pulis sci 13aranr_;ay P1ogra1n b.) Police Integrated Patrol Systen1 (PIPS) c.) lt1tegrated transfortnc:ition Prograr.1 d.) Ten (10) Point Agendo
  • 47. 11. What are the four (4) distinct but inter-related and sequential stages of the Performance Governance Systern (PGS) that the PNP needs to satisfy? a.) Initiation, Prof1c1ency, Compliance, lnstitutional1zat1on Ll.} Initiation, Compliance, Proficiency, institutionalization c.) ln1t1at1on, Learning and Growth, Process Excellence, lnst1tut1onalizat1on d.) lnit1at1on, Resource Management, Learning and Grovvth, Community 12. Th~· Performance Governance System or PGS is a globally recognized system and adopted by the PNf) to raise the standard of governance utilizing what management and measuring tools? a ) Gap Analysis b.) Problem Tree i'nalys1s c.) Case Study d.) Balance Scoreca1d 13. To ensure that the PfJP vision 111111 attained, 1t is necessary that the strategy should be rntegrated into the following key management process: a.) Performance Appraisal b.) Budgeting and Planning c.J All of the choices d ) Rewards and Punishment 14. The ITP-PGs a1n1~ to address the foflovv1ng except il.) Organ1zat1onal Dysfunction b.) Strengthen La'vv Enforcement Capabilities c.) l1nprove the quality of the Police Service d.) File an appropriate complaint before the Ombudsmnn 15. Thi•; entails the ne.=:d to c~stab/1<;h an organ1zallonal set-up that hos the most efficient m;:inugemenL te~n1 cind Staff to supporl its p1ogr~111 thrusts to further enhanced the PNP's capability to solve' cr 1n1e.:. a.J Organization;:il De•1e!opn1C'nc b.) Compelenc1; c.) E':celicnce d.) Profcss1onziJ1sm 16. Ou1· 11eoplr; and cornrnunitics shcill experience '1 nevv breed of polic1:; l1er0Ps who trod th~, "Tu!111rl na Daan" rind delivering the rNP's; "Scrb1syong a ) May P<:lgkukusa b.) Tapat c.) Totoo d.) Makatotohanan "
  • 48. 17, Wh2t does "E" stvnds for CODE-P? a.) Excellence b) Effectiveness c.) Efficiency d ) Enforcement 18, Unrler Strategic Focus l: Competence, the following objectives shall be observed except: a ) Review and Pursue Legislative Agenda b.) ~treamline the Organization c.) Enhance operational procedures and practices d ) lnrensify Policy Reform 19. It is the upgrading and enhancing all the knowledge, skills, and attitude of the police from the basic to mandatory and specialized courses which shall be continuous process before they pursue their own field of expertise a.) Excellence b.) Competence c.) Professionalism d.) Organ1zat1on 20. The ''CODE-P: 2013 and Beyond" serves as the PNP's 1owards the realization of the PNP PATROL Plan 2030 1n order to effectively meet the meet its goals better serving and protecting the public a.) Plan b) Guide c.) Blueprint d.) Roadmap
  • 49. PROTOCOL AND SOCIAL USAGE Multiple Choices: Choose the best answer from the given facts. 1. A foreign ambassador 1s addressed··_------- a Your Royal Highness b Mr./Ms. Ambassador d Sir/Madame 2 The following are rules to follow 1n conversation, except, b. A Police Officer should think before starting to speak c. A glib talker can be as boring as a man of silence d. A Police Officer should be calm. 3 The younger person is always introduced to the older A Police Officer is always introduced to a lady regardless of his rank a Only 151 statement 1s correct b On!y 2nd statement 1s correct. 'o,-~-·- .·~rr.· d. Botll staten1ents are not correct PNP ETHICAL DOCTRINE 1. " PNP members shall provide services to everyone without discrim·1nat1on regardless of party affiliation 1n accordance with existing laws and regulations. a Political Patronage b. Police Lifestyle d. Social Decorum 2. The following are the customs on courtesy calls, except for, a Courtesy Call of Newly Assigned/ Appointed Member b. Christmas Call c. New Year's Call 3. Which is not a part of the Police Officer's Pledge? a. I will love and serve God, my country and people c. I will uphold the Constitution and obey legal orders of the duly constituted authorities d. I will oblige myself to maintain a high standard of morality and professionalism
  • 50. QUALITY SERVICE LANE Which is not a component of the Quality Service Lane Project? a. Improvement of fac1l1t1es and equipment b Human Resource Development c. Improvement of Systems and Procedures r_: i·,-11~cs:t,c11 :··~~ 0 ·-.:'.1--s 2. Local Government and Community Mob1l1zat1on for a Quality Workplace b Quality People d Quality Procedure CITIZENS CHARTER 1. The Civil Service Commission has the power to· *Administer and enforce constitutional and statutory provisions on the merit system for all levels and ranks in the Civil Service. *Administer the retirement program for government officials and employees, and accredit government services and evaluate qual1ficat1ons for retirement. a. Only 151 power is true b. Only 2nd is true d. Both are false 2. Who appoints the Chairperson and two Commissioners of the Civil Service Commission? L-. The Presir::Jent b. The Chief Justice c. The Commission on Appointments d. The Speaker of the House of Representatives
  • 51. Protocol and Social Usage Test Questions 1. It is primarily a guide of accepted rules governing the conduct of government officials, police officers, military officers, and even diplomats. Generally it refers to the good breeding of an individual or even a nation, the rules includes courtesies, niceties, attendance in different functions, even to the rules of behavior of an ordinary people. a Treaty d. Police Operational Procedures b. Customs and Traditions ~ Protocol c. Memorandum of Agreement f. Rules of Engagement 2. Considered to be a firmly established and generally accepted practice or procedure which personnel must put into practice on how to conduct themselves properly in dealing with people during occasions or affairs. a. Social Graces d Protocol and Standards b. Beliefs and Culture e. band d c. Social Usage f. a and c 3. Cocktails is are tendered to introduce a Military Officer or Police Attache, retiring or passing officials, Sometimes held for a get- together, fellowship, or reciprocation of previous cocktail invitation; cocktails are normally given on what particular time of the day: a. 7:00am to 9:00am c. 1:OOpm to 3:00pm b. 6:00pm to 8:00pm d. 9:00am to 11 :OOam 4 Being the host you must always know and remember the general rule in giving respect and courtesy to your guest, be it in a practice of Customs of the Service and giving due value to the privileges of an officer. As a rule of thumb where you will position yourself being the host. a. 6 inches to the rear of the guest c. on the right of the guest
  • 52. b. at the back of the guest d. always on the left of the guest 5. The general rule of giving respect and honor to the guest is knowing what you call as "the place of honor", as a rule of thumb regardless of where the guest is facing, regardless of the location of the audience what you should bear in mind is: a. the reference point is always the forehead Q,. point of reference is your right hand, because right side is always the place of honor c. point of reference left hand this is where the guest should be d. must be at the rear to protect your guests 6 The police honors and gun salutes maybe rendered to the following except: a. Star Rank Police Officers b. Any members of the House of Representatives I Congressmen and Congresswomen c. Cabinet members d. NAPOLCOM Chairman e. Senate President 7 In paying homage and deportment to the National Flag and during Singing of the National Anthem indoors or 1n a covered area. a PNP uniformed personnel must render military police salute provided in their regulations. Must answer TRUE or FALSE. a. The statement is true should salute at all times everywhere, anywhere, upon seeing the Philippine Flag. b. The statement is false PNP uniformed personnel must place their right hand over their left breast pocket. c. The statement is true PNP uniformed personnel in prescribed uniforms must salute. d. The statement is correct PNP uniformed personnel in prescribed uniforms must salute.
  • 53. . . 8. What should precede Invocation or National Anthem? Select the correct and best statement from the choices below. 1) Invocation because as what the Panunumpa sa Watawat states f1rst is "Makadiyos, Makakalisan, Makatao, at Makabansa"; 2) The singing of the Philippine National Anthem (Lupang Hinirang) during civilian functions should come before the invocation during programs. 3) The Philippine National Anthem should come before the invocation because it is the state who gives the people the right and freedom to choose his religion; 4) As the premise "God above country" it should be invocation first before National Anthem; 5) It 1s already resolve by National Historical Commission of the Philippines (NHCP), Philippine National Anthem first followed by the invocation during civilian functions and programs. However, during religious activities, the invocation may come first, but preferably anthem before invocation because it is the State that guarantees the free practice of any religion. Choices: a. 1, 5, and 4 b. 1, 2, and 4 c. 5, 4, and 2 d. 2, 3, and 5 9. A Police Officer shows breeding, and therefore considered a gentleman and officer by his conduct in all his dealings. He knows what 1s appropriate, select the best answer: Choices: 1. Introduce a guest who just arrive to a person who is about to leave, it is important you will be running out of time; 2. Police Officer is expected to behave and conduct himself with dignity and restraint. Smoking is a form of discourtesy. 3. Older person is always introduced to a younger person. 4. A police Officer stands when introduced to a woman, a clergyman, and official or an old man; 5. Lady is always introduced first to a man. a. 2 and 4 c. 5 and 3 b. 1, and 3 d. 1 and 5