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EO 183 - Reorganizing the Cotabato City Peace and Order Council

EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 183
Series of 2016
 
REORGANIZING THE COTABATO CITY PEACE AND ORDER COUNCIL

 

WHEREAS, the threat to peace and order posed by criminality and terrorism requires the dedicated efforts of all government official and citizens;

WHEREAS, government efforts at peace and order need to be fully coordinated to effectively prevent and suppress criminality and to maintain public order and safety in the land;

WHEREAS, the participation of the citizenry in peace and order is of critical importance;

NOW, THEREFORE, I, ATTY. FRANCES CYNTHIA J. GUIANI-SAYADI., Mayor of Cotabato City, by virtue of the powers vested in me by the Constitution and the laws do order and direct the following:

SECTION 1. Reorganization of the City Peace and Order Council. — The City Peace and Order Council (CPOC) is hereby reorganized to be constituted as follows:

Chairman                CITY MAYOR ATTY. FRANCES CYNTHIA J. GUIANI-SAYADI

Vice Chairman         CITY VICE MAYOR GRAHAM NAZER G. DUMAMA

Members                 City Administrator
Executive Assistant V, Office of the City Mayor
City Councilor (Chairman, SP Committee on Police)
City Councilor (Chairman, SP Committee on Finance)
Majority Floor Leader, Sangguniang Panlungsod
Minority Floor Leader, Sangguniang Panlungsod
President, Liga ng mga Barangay
President, Sangguniang Kabataan Federation
City Director, Dept. of the Interior and Local Government
City Director, Cotabato City Police Office
Commander, 5th Special Forces Battalion, PA
City Fiscal
City Social Welfare and Development Officer
City Engineer
City Health Officer
City Planning and Development Coordinator
City Schools Division Superintendent
City Fire Marshall, Bureau of Fire Protection
City Jail Warden, Bureau of Jail Management & Penology
Community Environment and Natural Resources Officer
Regional Director, Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency
Regional Director, National Bureau of Investigation
Regional Director, Commission on Human Rights
Regional Director, PNP Crime Laboratory
Regional Director, PNP Criminal Investigation & Detection Group
City Director, Public Attorney’s Office
City Director, Department of Trade & Industry
City Parole and Probation Officer
Director, Office of Civil Defense
President, Cotabato Filipino-Chinese Volunteer Fire Brigade
Resident Manager, Cotabato Light and Power Company
General Manager, Metro Cotabato Water District
President, Cotabato Chamber of Commerce & Industry
President, Cotabato Muslim Chamber of Commerce
President, Cotabato Filipino-Chinese Chamber of Commerce
President, Metro Cotabato Chamber of Commerce
President, Kapisanan ng mga Brodkasters ng Pilipinas
President, National Union of Journalists of the Philippines
Representative, Urban Poor Organization
Representative, Transport Group
Representative, Christian Religious Group
Representative, Muslim Religious Group
All 37 Punong Barangays
 

SECTION 2. Roles and Functions of the City Peace and Order Council — The City Peace and Order Council shall have the following roles and functions:

a. Convene the Peace and Order Council quarterly, or as often as the need arises;

b. Invite other concerned agencies, not included in E.O. 773, s. 2009, (e.g. intelligence communities or agencies) to join or participate in POC meetings and/or activities;

c. Formulate a 3-year CPOC Operational Plan or a 3-year Peace and Order and Public Safety (POPS) Plan to be incorporated in the Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP);

d. Provide a forum for inter-disciplinary dialogue and deliberation of major issues and concerns affecting peace, order and public safety;

e. Recommend strategic actions or activities aimed at promoting, improving or enhancing peace, order and public safety measures, including anti-insurgency measures, within the territorial jurisdiction of the city;

f. Recommend measures to converge and orchestrate internal security operations efforts of civil authorities and agencies, military and police;

g. Formulate and adopt an effective mechanism for the coordination, cooperation and consultation involving the local executives, citizenry and law enforcement agencies under RA 6975, as amended, in the adoption of the Community and Service-Oriented Policing (CSOP) System;

h. Apply moral suasion to and/or recommend sanctions against local executives who are giving material and political support to the insurgents;

i. Monitor the provision of livelihood and infrastructure development programs and projects in the remote rural and indigenous population areas to isolate them from the insurgents’ ideological, political and organizational works;

j. Create a Special Action Committee to address the immediate issues on peace and order and public safety, in case of emergencies;

k. Create a Technical Working Group (TWG) for the purpose of POPS planning following the guidelines prescribed by the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) on the tools and processes of POPS Planning;

l. Submit semestral Accomplishment Report to the National Peace and Order Council, through the Regional Peace and Order Council;

m. Serve as the convergence mechanism to support the Comprehensive Local Integration Program (CLIP) Committee in its implementation;

n. Provide staff/s and financial support to the CPOC Secretariat; and

o. Perform such other functions as may be directed by law, the Regional Peace and Order Council (RPOC), the National Peace and Order Council (NPOC), or the President.

SECTION 3. Peace and Order Council Secretariat. —

1. There shall be a Peace and Order Council Secretariat which shall:

a. Assist the Chairperson in the conduct of CPOC meetings;

b. Provide technical assistant in the performance of administrative and technical tasks of the CPOC;

c. Recommend and prepare CPOC agenda and other required documents during meetings;

d. Prepare resolutions of the Council and the Minutes of the meeting;

e. Prepare and submit semestral CPOC Accomplishment Report to the NPOC, through the RPOC Secretariat;

f. Prepare and submit quarterly CPOC Secretariat Accomplishment Report to the NPOC, through the RPOC Secretariat;

g. Monitor city peace and order situation and submit a quarterly report to the NPOC, through the RPOC Secretariat;

h. Monitor functionality of the Barangay Peace and Order Councils (BPOC) and submit annual Functionality Report;

i. Provide technical support or assistance to activities related to CLIP, PAMANA, Regional Task Forces, and other program concerned with peace and public safety of the city; and

j. Perform such other tasks as may be directed by the Council.

 

2. The City Peace and Order Council (CPOC) Secretariat shall be composed of the following:

a. Head Secretariat. The head secretariat shall be the City Director of the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG).

b. Local Government Monitoring and Evaluation Division (LGMED) Staff or Focal Person – shall monitor, consolidate and analyze CPOC reports, recommend policies and programs, and attend CPOC-related meetings, seminars, workshops, etc.

c. Research Analyst – shall conduct research on, and assist in the preparation of monitoring tools and recommendations for policy and program development, and attend CPOC-related meetings, seminars, workshops, etc.

d. IT Staff or Programmer – shall enhance and maintain online database or programs, as well as the maintenance of computer/electronic equipment.

e. Administrative Staff – shall be responsible for the logistical or administrative and budgetary tasks, especially on handling the Provision for the Secretariat Services to the CPOC funds, assist in the documentation and preparation of the Minutes of the meeting, and attend CPOC-related meetings, seminars, workshops, etc.

f. Local Government Unit (LGU) Staff – shall assist the CPOC Secretariat in the performance of its functions and duties.

SECTION 4. Schedule of Regional Reporting.

Report                                                      Frequency                               Deadline

CPOC Accomplishment Report                      Semestral

1st Semester: not later than the 15th day of July 2nd Semester: not later than the 15th day of January of the ensuing year

CPOC Secretariat Accomplishment Report     Quarterly

1st Quarter: not later than the 15th day of April 2nd Quarter: not later than the 15th day of July 3rd Quarter: not later than the 15th day of October

4th Quarter: not later than the 15th day of January of the ensuing year

Peace and Order Situation Report               Quarterly

1st Quarter: not later than the 15th day of April

2nd Quarter: not later than the 15th day of July

3rd Quarter: not later than the 15th day of October

4th Quarter: not later than the 15th day of January of the ensuing year

 

SECTION 5. Repealing Clause. — All issuances or parts thereof which are inconsistent with this Executive Order are hereby superseded, amended or modified accordingly.

 

SECTION 6. Effectivity. This Executive Order shall take effect immediately.

Done this 21st day of November 2016 at Cotabato City, Philippines.

 

ATTY. FRANCES CYNTHIA J. GUIANI-SAYADI
City Mayor
ATTESTED BY:
ANICETO V. RASALAN
Executive Assistant V
 

Issuances

EO 196 - Institutionalizing the Organization and Activiation of an All-Ladies Emergency Response Team (ALERT)
EO 195 - Amending the Composition of GAD Focal Points System (GFPS) Pursuant to RA 9710, known as the Magna Carta on Women and PCW
EO 194 - Organizing the Expanded Ugnayan ng Mga Barangay at Simbayan Technical Working Group (UBAS-TWG)/MASA MASID
EO 193 - Re-constituting the Cotabato CitySold Waste Management Board
EO 192 - Creating the Adolescent Health Committee and Its Composition
EO 191 - Composition of the Planning Team for the Updating of the Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP)
EO 190 - Reorganizing the Cotabato City Joint Transport and Traffic Task Force (JTTTF)
EO 189 - Composition of Representatiives to Different Sectoral Committees of the Regional Development Council (RDC) XII
EO 188 - Reorganizing the Local Health Board of Cotabato City
EO 184 - Reorganizing and Strengthening the Cotabato City Anti-Drug Abuse Council (CADAC)
EO 183 - Reorganizing the Cotabato City Peace and Order Council
EO 182 - Organizing the Cotabato City Juvenile Justice Welfare Network (CJJWN)
EO 169 - Creating the Geographical Information System (GIS) Technical Working Committee
EO 168 - Reconstituting the Public Financial Management Assessment Team (PFMAT)
EO 167 - Organizing the Cotabato City Anti-Drug Abuse Council
EO 154 - Creating the Advocacy and Public Relations Center
EO 153 - An Order Rationalizing the Conduct of Council and Committee Meetings
EO 152 - Declaring Mr. Adam Breimo as Adopted Son of Cotabato City
EO 150 - Creating the Local Poverty Reduction Action Team (LPRAT 2017)
EO 143 - Creating the Technical Working Group (TWG) on Water and Climate Change Resiliency Programs

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