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OPERATIONS PLAN AND BUDGET. Its Development and Implications to Efficient Public Safety Delivery. OPERATIONS PLAN AND BUDGET. CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK. VISION MISSION OBJECTIVES. FISCAL YEAR’S KRA’S PROGRAM THRUSTS EXPECTATIONS. ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORTS. OPB. PROGRAM REVIEW AND

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Operations plan and budget

OPERATIONS PLANANDBUDGET

Its Development and Implications to

Efficient Public Safety Delivery


Operations plan and budget

OPERATIONS PLAN AND BUDGET

CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK

VISION

MISSION

OBJECTIVES

FISCAL YEAR’S

KRA’S

PROGRAM THRUSTS

EXPECTATIONS

ACCOMPLISHMENT

REPORTS

OPB

PROGRAM

REVIEW AND

ANALYSIS


The medium term development plan

The Medium-Term Development Plan

  • Established to initially set the direction towards the PNP’s aspirations for its organizations.

  • It consists of the Key Result Areas (KRA’s) guided by the organization’s vision.

  • Given the KRA’s, Program Thrusts, which delineate the mission for the fiscal years inspired by the over-all mission statement of the organization, are developed to be operationalized by the Operations Plan and Budget.

  • Challenges that brings about expectations of performance, indeed, the objectives to be achieved for the fiscal years, are important ingredients of the MTDP for they foster the lessons learned from the past vital for the reformulation and modification of operational priorities.


Operations plan and budget

Key Result Areas

(Our Vision)


The kra s

The KRA’s

  • Organizational development and human resource development.

  • Materiel and financial resource management.

  • Community partnership.

  • Effective law enforcement.

  • Crime prevention and control.

  • Maintenance of peace and order and internal security.

  • Credible institutional image.


Operations plan and budget

Program Thrusts

(Our Mission)


Operations plan and budget

  • CRIME PREVENTION THRU COMMUNITY ORIENTED POLICING SYSTEM (COPS)

B. EFFECTIVE LAW ENFORCEMENT

1. Anti-Illegal Drugs Campaign

2. Anti-Illegal Gambling

3. Anti-Terrorism Campaign

4. Anti-Kidnapping/Anti-Bank Robbery

5. Oplan “Paglalansag”


Operations plan and budget

C. LOI PATNUBAY

D. SUPPORT TO THE INTERNAL SECURITY OPERATIONS (ISO)

E. GENDER AND DEVELOPMENT

F. UPLIFTMENT OF THE LIVING STANDARDS OF PNP UNIFORMED PERSONNEL AND RETIREES


Operations plan and budget

Expectations

(Our Objectives)


Expectations from the police

Expectations From the Police

  • To answer to “166” calls within 15 seconds.

  • To arrive at urgent incidents within 15 minutes and non-urgent incidents within 30 minutes.

  • To arrest/identify suspects or reported crimes within 10 days.


Operations plan and budget

  • To be visible in strategic areas of the community by foot and mobile patrols.

  • To support the AFP in counter-insurgency operations.

  • To neutralize drug pushers, kidnappers, terrorists, bank robbers, carnappers, and organized/syndicated crime groups.

  • To serve as local traffic enforcers.

  • To serve as election marshals as mandated by Comelec.


Operations plan and budget

  • To prevent /stop gambling, gunrunning, prostitution, smuggling, cattle rustling, violations of environmental laws and explosives regulations, squatting, and other petty crimes.

  • To lead/assist concerned government agencies in disaster relief, search, and rescue operations.

  • To serve warrants of arrest and arrest/capture wanted persons.


Operations plan and budget

  • To provide security to key government officials and private persons authorized by law/courts.

  • To confiscate loose firearms.

  • To respond to/control all forms of civil disturbance.

  • To supervise and regulate operation of security agencies and the sale of firearms and explosives/pyrotechnics.


Operations plan and budget

  • To provide security to international conferences/meetings and serve as personal and traffic escorts to visiting dignitaries.

  • To appear in court in connection with cases filed thereat.

  • To resolve/mediate domestic community problems including petty family problems.

  • To work at least 12 hours up to 24 hours a day.


Operations plan and budget

ALL THESE PROGRAM

THRUSTS ARE ESSENTIALLY

CONCERNS OF ALL D-STAFFS AND

ARE INCLUDED

IN THEIR RESPECTIVE PLANS.


Operations plan and budget

The Expectations, likewise,

are considered

General Objectives

which the D-Staffs aim to attain

through their respective

Specific Objectives


Operations program and budget committee

Operations Program and Budget Committee

  • The planning and decision making on the over-all financial management of the PNP is to a large extent handled by the OPBC.

  • The committee is established at command levels particularly down to the regional police offices.

  • At the national level, it is composed of all the D-Staffs chaired by TCDS with DC acting as member and financial adviser.


Opbc functions and responsibilities

OPBC Functions and Responsibilities

  • Responsible for the development of the annual expenditure program.

  • Coordinates with the Program Directors the execution of the approved program.

  • Supervises the distribution of funds to see to it that funds managed by Program Directors are not exceeded as provided by what is programmed under each Program/Project.


Responsibilities of program directors

Responsibilities of Program Directors

  • Handle planning, coordination, control and supervision of his assigned program, and prescribe procedures in the proper implementation and execution of activities under his area of responsibility.

  • Responsible for the preparation and consolidation of the expenditure program under his responsibility.

  • Request the release of funds to project administrators under his functional area of responsibility.


Programs projects activities

PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ACTIVITIES

  • The specific objectives which aims to contribute in the attainment of the program thrusts and expectations set for the year by higher objectives will be achieved through the performance of certain programs/projects/activities or P/P/As.

  • These P/P/As enunciate the amount of money which will be provided in order to undertake the activities set forth in the P/P/As.


Pnp program structure

PNP Program Structure


Operations plan and budget

P

R

O

G

R

A

M

Project

Activity


Sample p p as matrix

Sample P/P/As Matrix


On output

On Output

  • Indicated by more preventive, pro-active and activities-based, and not just reactive and results-oriented or “body count” influenced indicators.

  • Indicators are units of measurement to analyze the per capita cost of providing a basket of goods and services identifiable in terms of object classes say 02, 07, 29, etc.


A proposal

A Proposal

  • For every major program, it is proposed to include an unprogrammed activity to capture all higher headquarters directed activities which are not anticipated in the OPB.

  • Likewise, it will serve as catchments basin for funds otherwise used for unperformed programmed activity, hence diverted to other activities directed by higher headquarters, thus, necessary to be undertaken.


Opb format

OPB Format

  • A brief on the general situation and a prognosis.

  • A statement of vision and mission as indicated in the national strategic action plan.

  • Statement of the CY program thrusts.

  • Statement of the general objectives as shown by the expectations enunciated in the PNP proposed budget for.


Opb format1

OPB Format

  • Statement of the specific objectives of each program directors thereby defining the specific activities that are sought to be undertaken in order to achieve these specific objectives.

  • The matrix on the different activities and their corresponding budget is attached.


Example of an opb

Example of an OPB

A Matrix


Operations plan and budget

In conclusion,

the Operations Program

and Budget

aligns all the actions

of our organization

from top to bottom

towards the attainment of our

vision, mission and objectives.


Operations plan and budget

Vision/Mission/Objectives

Program Thrusts/Expectations

P/P/As


Operations plan and budget

Thank you

and

Good Luck


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