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Republic of the Philippines
Department of Local Interior Government
NATIONAL POLICE COMMISSION
NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS, PHILIPPINE NATIONAL POLICE
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF, PNP
Camp Crame, Quezon City
TO : The Deputy Chief, PNP for Operations
Directors, Directorial Staff
Regional Directors, PROs
SUBJECT: GUIDELINES AND PROCEDURES ON THE RATIONALIZATION
OF THE PHILIPPINES
DATE : JULY 08, 2010
a. Executive Order No. 546, Series of 2006;
b. NHQ-PNP LOI No. 38/06 (“MAAGAP”);
c. NHQ-PNP LOI No. 02/09 (MAGPALAYA);
d. NHQ-PNP Memo ...view middle of the document...
Specially, this circular is aimed at restructuring and rationalize the deployment of all the Regional and Provincial Mobile Groups in order to ensure maximum economy and efficiency in terms of manpower and materiel in meeting the challenges of the time. Likewise, it provides for uniformity in the nomenslatures of the PNP mobile groups.
3. DEFINITION OF TERMS:
a. Internal Security Operation (ISO) – as defined in the Joint Armed Forces of the Philippines National Police (AFP-PNP) Rules and Regulations Implementing Executive Order No. 546, Series of 2008, refers to activities designed to preserve Internal Security against insurgents, secessionist and terrorists. It includes community defense operations, intelligence, combat, military and civil relations, legal offensives, police security operations and psychological operations.
b. Command and Control – is the exercise of authority and direction by a duly designated Commander or Superior officer over an assigned Public Safety Battalion, Company or Platoon in the accomplishment of organizational mission. Command and control functions are performed through an arrangement of personnel, equipment, communications, facilities and procedures employed by a commander or superior officer in planning, directing, coordinating and controlling the operations of his unit.
c. Control – is the power of a superior officer to alter, modify, nullify or set aside what a subordinate officer gad done in the performance of his duties and to substitute the judgement of the former to the latter.
d. Operational Control – the authority delegated to a commander to direct Provincial Public Safety Battalions/Companies/Platoons so that he may accomplish specific missions or tasks and to deploy necessary Companies/Platoons/Teams and retain or assign tactical control of the same.
e. Administrative Supervision – refers to the authority of a commander to generally oversee the operations of his unit and to ensure that they are managed effectively, efficiently and economically but without interference to the day-to-day activities of the unit. It includes the conduct of management audit, performance evaluation and inspection to determine compliance with policies, standards and guidelines and to take such action as may be necessary for the proper performance and official functions, including rectification of violations and abuses.
f. Supervision and Control – refers to the authority to act directly whenever a specific function is entrusted by law or regulation to a subordinate; direct the performance of duty; restrain the commission of acts; review, approve, reverse or modify acts and decision of subordinate officials or units; determine priorities in the execution of plans and programs; and prescribe standards, guidelines, plans and programs.
g. Tactical Control – the detailed direction and control movements or maneuvers necessary to accomplish assigned missions or tasks.
h. Chain of Command – is...