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ESTABLISHMENT OF THE NATIONAL ADVISORY GROUP FOR POLICE TRANSFORMATION AND DEVELOPMENT (NAGPTD)

Who they are and what they do?

The PNP recognizes the urgency of addressing all key strategic issues outlined in the PNP P.A.T.R.O.L. Plan 2030 and to ensure its institutionalization, the PNP organized a group of people from different civilian agencies to form part of the Multi-Sectoral Governance Council (MSGC) which they called National Advisory Group for Police Transformation and Development (NAGPTD) on September 2, 2011.

 

The selection of the composition of this advisory group was deliberated by the PNP ITP-PGS Technical Working Group (TWG) using their formulated criteria below:

a. Known for integrity;

b. Exemplified excellent leadership;

c. Model in transparency and good governance;

d. Advocate for transformation;

e. Community leader; and

f. Source of synergy.

Together with the establishment of criteria are the Terms of Reference (TOR), the selection process and the secret balloting to choose from forty-two (42) candidates who would be members of the NAGPTD. Sixteen (16) known personalities were chosen and accepted the invitation of the PNP to become NAGPTD members.

The NAGPTD was established to support the Philippine National Police in the successful implementation and monitoring of the PNP P.A.T.R.O.L. Plan 2030 and provide pro bono of expertise to focus on issues of strategic importance to the organization, which leads to the successful accomplishment of the organization's mission and attainment of its vision; and, provide the needed external perspectives and guidance on the key issues and concerns pertaining to the PNP, and also will act as a channel for networks (individuals and organizations) to help the PNP find solutions to pressing issues.

The institutionalization of Performance Governance System (PGS) in the PNP is a fundamental commitment of the PNP organization as it enhances its role in promoting the country's global competitiveness, primarily through its work in the field of peace and order and security. Through this process of actively involving National Advisory Group, the PNP can make good governance a shared responsibility between the PNP and its stakeholders.

The following illustrious members of society are now the institutional partners who constituted the National Advisory Group of the PNP:

NAME

POSITION

OFFICE / AGENCY

Mr. Rex C. Drilon II

Chairman

Institute for Corporate Directors

Hon. Sherwin T. Gatchailan

Member

Senate of the Philippines

Hon. Samuel D. Pagdilao

Member

House of Representatives

Hon. Francisco Ashley Acedillo

Member

House of Representatives

Mr. Pedro Rufo Soliven

Member

PCCI-Western Mindanao

Mr. Prudencio Gesta

Member

Cebu Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Hon. Alfonso V. Umali Jr.

Member

Union of Local Authorities of the Philippines

Rev. Carmelo O. Diola

Member

DILAAB Foundation

Mr. Angel Redoble

Member

Right Factors Corporation, Inc.

Mr. Bernard Vincent "Bobby" O. Dy

Member

Ayala Land, Inc.

Hon. Hector Villanueva

Member

Manila Bulletin

Prof. Jose S. Navarro

Member

University of Asia and the Pacific

Hon. Constancia P. De Guzman

Member

 

Atty. Anicia M. De Lima

Member

Government Service Insurance System

Hon. Margarita P. Juico

Member

Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office

Hon. Remedios Rikken

Member Philippine Commission on Women
PCSUPT Rex Milton A. Dolino (Ret.) Member Philippine National Police

During one of the regular meetings of NAGPTD, they divided themselves to focus working on specific areas on issues and concerns hindering the attainment of realization of the PNP P.A.T.R.O.L. Plan 2030.

Among the 15 PNP Directorates/Directorial Staff existing in the PNP, the NAGPTD formed six Committee Clusters to work on specific areas.

NAGPTD COMMITTEE CLUSTERS

PNP Directorates

COMMITTEE FOR PLANS LOGISTICS, COMPTROLLERSHIP AND RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT

Directorate for Plans (DPL)

Directorate for Logistics (DL)

Directorate for Comptrollership (DC)

Directorate for Research and Development (DRD)

 

COMMITTEE FOR INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY

Directorate for Information, Communications and Technology Management (DICTM)

 

COMMITTEE FOR INTELLIGENCE, OPERATIONS, INVESTIGATION, POLICE COMMUNITY RELATIONS AND INTEGRATED POLICE OPERATIONS

Directorate for Operation (DO)

Directorate for Intelligence (DI)

Directorate for Police Community Relations Management (DPCR)

Directorates for Integrated Police Operations (DIPO)

 

COMMITTEE FOR PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT AND HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT

Directorate for Personnel and Records Management (DPRM)

Directorate for Human Resource and Doctrines Development (DHRDD)

 

COMMITTEE FOR MEDIA

Directorate for Police Community Relations (DPCR), PNP- Public Information Office (PNP-PIO)

Police Community Relations Group (PCRG)

 

COMMITTEE FOR INTEGRITY

Police Community Relations Group (PCRG)

Internal Affairs Service (IAS)

 

NAGPTD Activities

On September 2, 2011, the National Advisory Group was briefed on the PNP's organizational structure followed by a detailed summary of the PNP's journey to transformation. Later on, they were introduced to the P.A.T.R.O.L. Plan 2030. On that same occasion, they had their organizational meeting for the selection of Chairperson and Vice-Chairperson and the Oath-Taking administered by the Chief, PNP, PDGEN BARTOLOME, who was at that time The Chief of the Directorial Staff (TCDS).

First Formal Meeting of NAGPTD

The NAGPTD members conducted their first formal meeting on September 16, 2011 at the PNP Program Management Office (PMO) Conference Room from 9:30 – 11:30 A.M. The meeting was presided by the Chairperson, Mr. Rex C. Drilon II and attended by Mr. Guillermo Luz, the Vice-Chairperson and the following members: Dr. Constancia P. De Guzman; Atty. AniciaMarasigan-De Lima; Ms.Margarita P. Juico, Professor Jose Navarro, Mr. George Kintanar, Ms. Aurora Pijuan, and Governor Jericho Petilla of Leyte representing Governor Alfonso V. Umali.

Before the formal meeting, there was presentation of the PNP and its transformation program providing the context of the PNP PATROL Plan 2030. The presentation from the agency charter statement and scorecard focused on the process of horizontal cascading to the directorial staff, the second level of the organization. This includes the crafted second level charter statement and alignment of their objectives to the first level objectives and the presentation of second level scorecards with measures and targets as well as measure and initiative profiles.

The Chief, PNP, Police Director General BARTOLOME, together with PCSUPT MAGTIBAY, the Deputy Director of PMO and PCSUPT DOLINO, Deputy Director for Plans and PGS Focal Person joined the meeting. Mr. Drilon further discussed the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) and the institutionalization of the balanced scorecard in the six (6) National Government Agencies which includes the PNP as one of the Policy Improvement Projects (PIP) and also the grant from MCC to the Philippine Government the amount of USD 434million in October 2010.

Mr. Luz, the Vice-Chairperson of NAG, said he is a firm believer of the balanced scorecard and presented a briefing on National Competitiveness Council created by Executive Order No. 44 with the mandate to develop and execute strategy to improve Philippine competitiveness ranking and build a culture of excellence. He shared to the group the World Economic Forum (WEF) Global Competitiveness Report wherein the Philippines ranking on business cost of terrorism (20%), business cost of crime and violence and the reliability of police services (40%-21%) from 2010 to 2011 declined and remained at the bottom. This is where the business sector and the PNP should concentrate to help improve the competitiveness status of the country. The Chief, PNP acknowledged the very important role that the NAG will be playing in the pursuit of its vision for a highly capable, effective and credible police force that would ultimately lead to a safer community.

The National Advisory Group Chairperson emphasized that the police force in the pursuit of its vision must be respected, trusted and loved by the people they serve and protect. This is a great challenge that NAG and the PNP must strive to achieve. The Chairperson with the agreement of the members set the regular meeting of NAGPTD every 3rd Tuesday of the month. Communications among members and Secretariat will be through SMS/text and emails and further inputs for the improvement of the PNP's secondary scorecard will be sent to the TWG. The next meeting is scheduled on October 18, 2011.

List of NAGPTD Activities

Activities

Dates

Establish Criteria and selection of MSGC/National Advisory Group (NAG)

May 12 and July 1, 2011

Preparation of Terms of Reference (TOR) for the NAG

August 8-12, 2011

Invitation Letters to Selected Members

August 15-16, 2011

Confirmation of members

August 22, 2011

Invitation to Members

August 24-26, 2011

Joint meeting with TWG   (Briefing)

September 2, 2011

Organization meeting and oath-taking

September 2, 2011

First formal meeting of NAG

September 16, 2011

Second Meeting of NAG

October 18, 2011

Special Meeting of NAG with PNP TWG

November 4, 2011

Third Meeting of NAG

November 15, 2011

Committee For Information and Communications Technology 1st Meeting

November 25, 2011

Fourth Meeting of NAG

January 17, 2012

Committee for Plans, Logistics, Comptrollership and Research & Development 1st Meeting

February 13, 2012

Committee for Plans, Logistics, Comptrollership and Research & Development 2nd  Meeting

February 20, 2012

Committee For Information and Communications Technology 2nd Meeting

February 21, 2012

Committee for Personnel Management and Human Resource Development 1st Meeting

February 21, 2012

Committee for Personnel Management and Human Resource Development 2ND  Meeting (DPRM and DHRDD) February 27, 2012

February 27, 2012

Committee for Intelligence, Operations, Investigation, Police Community Relations and Integrated Police Operations (DO, DI, DPCR, DIPO/Quad)

February 29, 2012

Committee For Information and Communications Technology 3rd  Meeting

March 1, 2012

Committee for Personnel Management and Human Resource Development 3rd   Meeting (DPRM and DHRDD)

March 2, 2012

PNPA Tour

March 3, 2012

Fifth Meeting of NAG

March 6, 2012

Mr. Kintanar and Atty. De Lima Meeting with DPRM

March 27, 2012

Atty. De Lima Meeting with DPRM

April 16, 2012

Committee For Information and Communications Technology 4th  Meeting

May 15, 2012

Sixth Meeting of NAG

May 22, 2012

Familiarization Visit to NSUs in Camp Crame

March 15, 2012

17th Meeting of NAG January 21, 2015
18th Meeting of NAG May 12, 2015
19th Meeting of NAG July 7, 2015
20th Meeting of NAG September 23, 2015
21st Meeting of NAG December 15, 2015
Special Meeting of NAG February 18, 2015
22nd Meeting of NAG February 2, 2016
23rd Meeting of NAG April 13, 2016

 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 26 July 2016 16:54

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