Peace and Order

 

 

Philippine National Police – Santa Rosa

 

General Information

At present (2012), City of Santa Rosa Police Station has a total strength of 133 police personnel (Policemen: 115 and Policewomen: 18). The police to population ratio based on the NSO population of 2012 are 1:2,452. However, if this is translated to per shift basis, the PTPR is 1:4,904. With the estimated floating population of additional 100,000, the police to population ratio are at 1:3,204.

Adhering the Chief PNP’s Action Programs, this station implemented the 10% administrative and 90% performing field duties personnel deployment. Moreover, this station conducts daily attendance or “roll- call” to maintain adherence to the personnel deployment and punctuality of the police personnel.

Making the peace and order situation manageable, this station intensified its patrol through the utilization of Motor Cops, Beat Patrol Cops, Project LAMP, B.L.U.E Cops, establishment of Police Community Precints (PCPs) in strategic places in the City of Santa Rosa, enhancements of Barangay Intelligence Networks and Investigate capability through periodic seminars and police-community relations activities.

Table 88. Four (4) Police Assistance Centers being maintained by the office strategically located in our Area of Responsibility (AOR), 2012

 

Source: Philippine National Police (PNP), City of Santa Rosa Police Station

 

The main station is located near the populated areas of the City with land area of 437.50 sq.m with complete address at Rizal Blvd. Brgy.Tagapo, City of Santa Rosa, Laguna. Only 10% of the force is being stationed in our headquarters, the remaining 90% are all in the field.

 

Table 89. Ten (10) Police Outpost/Traffic being maintained by the office strategically located in our Area of Responsibility (AOR), 2012

 

Source: Philippine National Police (PNP), City of Santa Rosa Police Station

 

Logistics Management Program (2012)

 

In the administration and management of PNP Logistics, a systematic manner of planning and carrying out the logistical requirements of the PNP is effectively and efficiently undertaken. To ensure its objectives, the “MOVE-SHOOT-COMMUNICATE” capabilities of the PNP were enhanced. For the CY 2012, the following police facilities were utilized:

 

Table 90. MOVE Capability, 2012

 

Source: Philippine National Police (PNP), City of Santa Rosa Police Station

 

Table 91. SHOOT Capability, 2012

 

Source: Philippine National Police (PNP), City of Santa Rosa Police Station

 

Table 92. COMMUNICATE Capability, 2012

 

Source: Philippine National Police (PNP), City of Santa Rosa Police Station

 

Table 93. CRIME SITUATION, 2011-2012

 

Source: Philippine National Police (PNP), City of Santa Rosa Police Station

 

Table 94. Index and Non-Index Crime Incidence, 2011-2012

 

Source: Philippine National Police (PNP), City of Santa Rosa Police Station

 

Index Crimes – 396 incidents or 36% of the total crime volume are index crimes. It corresponds to a decrease of 220 incidents or 35% compared to 616 crime incidences in 2011.

Total Non-Index Crimes – 701 incidents of 64% of the total crime volume are non-index crimes. It corresponds to an increase of 256 incidents or 57% compared to 445 crime incidences in 2011.

Table 95. Crime Clearance / Solution Efficiency, 2011-2012

 

Source: Philippine National Police (PNP), City of Santa Rosa Police Station

 

Table 96. Distribution of Crimes by Gender, by Barangay, 2011-2012

 

Source: Philippine National Police (PNP), City of Santa Rosa Police Station

 

Table 97. PNP Santa Rosa Station Emergency Dial, 2012

 

Source: Philippine National Police (PNP), City of Santa Rosa Police Station

Table 98. Barangay Tanod by Type of Service, City of Santa Rosa, Laguna 2012

 

Source: Barangay Offices, City of Santa Rosa, Laguna

 

Bureau of Fire Protection – Santa Rosa

Vision – Mission – Organizational Chart

 

BFP VISION

A modern Fire Protection Agency working towards a safe a progressive society.

 

BFP MISSION

To prevent and suppress destructive fire; investigate its causes; provide emergency medical and rescue services; and enforce other fire-related laws with active involvement of the community.

The main station is located near the populated areas of the City with land area of 366 sq.m with complete address at Rizal Blvd. Brgy.Tagapo, City of Santa Rosa, Laguna.

 

COMMUNITY PROGRAM/PROJECTS/ACTIVITIES, 2010-2012

Continuous inspection of all establishments within the City of Santa Rosa

  • OPLAN Emergency and Disaster Preparedness
  • OPLAN Eleksyon
  • OPLAN FSED
  • FIRE PREVENTION MONTH
  • OPLAN SUMVAC
  • OPLAN Balik Eskwela
  • OPLAN Kaluluwa
  • OPLAN Yuletide Season/OPLAN Paalala
  • OPLAN Iwas Paputok
  • National Disaster Preparedness
  • Medical/Dental Mission
  • Assistance to all victims of Typhoons, Disaster, Floods within AOR
  • Flushing Operation within AOR (conducted every after floods)

 

Table 99. Fire Incidents for the last 7 years in the City of Santa Rosa, Laguna, 2006-2011

 

Source: Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP), City of Santa Rosa, Laguna

 

Table 100. Fire Hydrants in the City of Santa Rosa, Laguna, by Condition, 2012

 

Source: Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP), City of Santa Rosa, Laguna

 

Table 101. Fire Fighting Force, 2012

 

Source: Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP), City of Santa Rosa, Laguna

 

Table 102. Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP), Santa Rosa Station Emergency Dial, 2012

 

Source: Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP), City of Santa Rosa, Laguna

 

City Traffic Management Enforce Office – Santa Rosa

Vision – Mission – Organizational Chart

 

MISSION

The CTMEO is committed to provide the best traffic management services to the general public thru maintenance of road safety and orderliness, impartial enforcement of traffic laws and regulations and the continuous conduct of traffic education.

 

VISION

A safe and secured road networks programmed with the most modern equipment that technology can provide supervised by a highly competent and highly disciplined personnel supported by a responsive
society towards the attainment of an accident-free environment and a traffic-educated community.

CTMEO consist of seventy nine (79) personnel (1 Head, 2 PNCOs, 1 Administrative Assistant/Secretary, 2 Sector Supervisors, 4 Team Leaders, 4 Squads, 1 Encoder, 1 Radio Operator, and 63 Traffic Enforcers).

 

PROGRAM/PROJECTS/ACTIVITIES, 2012

 

TRAFFIC EDUCATION PROGRAM August 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 2012

On the abovementioned dates, CTMEO conducted traffic seminar to Student Officers and Leaders of Ten (10) selected public elementary schools in this city including SRES Central I, SRES Central II, SRES Central III, Tagapo Elementary School, Jose Zavalla Memorial Elementary School, Balibago Elementary School, Dita Elementary School, Dila Elementary School, Macabling Elementary School and Southville Elementary School.

The said seminar tackled the Crime Prevention Tips, Road Traffic Safety, some Traffic Rules, Traffic Signs and Road Signs. The mission of this seminar is to particularly educate them about traffic matters, how to be safe on road and also to establish a future good leaders through the young students.

 

TRAFFIC ENGINEERING

Month of February 2012, CTMEO, headed by PSI Jefferson Parra Ison started to produce traffic signs (information, caution, and instruction signs) putted up in different critical areas in this city.

Month of November 2012, CTMEO, headed by our present Office Head, PCI Margielyn Jamison Lozada started to put and re-paint pedestrian lane in some areas in this city like in Brgy. Balibago and Poblacion area.

 

TRAFFIC ASSISTANCE

CTMEO provides traffic escort for all motorcades, recorrida, alay lakad, and other requested by the Non-Government Organization or private group. We also provide traffic assistance for all activities and projects of the city government barangays like Fun Run, Sikhayan Festival, Luklukan Festival and others.

 

TRAFFIC OPERATION

From January to December 2012 (twice a week), CTMEO conducted operation in all TODAs (tricycle), JODAs (jeepney), Shuttle-FX-Van Associations to ensure the legality of their terminals, their members and their association. Aside from said groups, we also conducted operation to all motorists who riding a motorcycle without wearing a STANDARD HELMET, UNREGISTERED MOTORCYCLE and VALID DRIVER’S LICENSE.

 

Table 103. City Traffic and Management Enforcement Office Personnel, 2013

 

Source: City Traffic and Management Enforcement Office, City of Santa Rosa, Laguna

 

Table 104. City Traffic and Management Enforcement Office Inventory of Equipment, 2012

 

Source: City Traffic and Management Enforcement Office, City of Santa Rosa, Laguna

 

Table 105. Top 10 Traffic Violations in the City of Santa Rosa, Laguna, 2012

 

Source: City Traffic and Management Enforcement Office, City of Santa Rosa, Laguna

 

Table 106. City Traffic and Management Enforcement Office (CTMEO) Telephone Directory, 2012.

 

Source: City Traffic and Management Enforcement Office, City of Santa Rosa, Laguna

 

Bureau Jail Management and Penology (BJMP) Office – Santa Rosa

Vision – Mission – Organization Chart

 

VISION

The BJMP envisions itself as a dynamic institution highly regarded for its sustained humane safekeeping and development of inmates.

 

MISSION

The Bureau aims to enhance public safety by providing humane safekeeping and development of inmates in all district, city and municipal jails.

 

PROGRAM/PROJECTS/ACTIVITIES, 2010-2013

  • 2010     CLEAN-UP DRIVE PROGRAM
  •              FEEDING PROGRAM, TREE PLANTING
  • 2011     JOIN FUN RUN, OPLAN LINIS
  • 2012     TREE PLANTING, OPLAN LINIS ILOG
  • 2013     READ A BOOK

 

Table 107. Awards Received by Santa Rosa BJMP Office, 2011 & 2013

 

Source: Bureau of Jail Management and Penology, City of Santa Rosa, Laguna

 

Table 108. Number of Prisoners, by Gender for the last 6 Years, City of Santa Rosa, 2008-2013

 

Source: Bureau of Jail Management and Penology, City of Santa Rosa, Laguna

 

City of Santa Rosa – Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council

Vision – Mission – Organizational Chart

 

VISION

A city with improved outstanding disaster management system.

 

MISSION

To provide guidance to all concerned from both government and private sectors for broad spectrum of disasters or emergencies from small to complex incidents, both natural and human induced.

 

PROGRAM/PROJECTS/ACTIVITIES, 2012-2013

1. RESPONDED CASES

  • 221     (Vehicular Accident, gunshot, epilepsy, mauling, hypertension/stroke, ETC.)
  • 11        Fires Assisted

2. TRAININGS FACILITATED

  • 10     FIRST RESPONDERS FOR URBAN SEARCH AND RESCUE AND ROAD TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT of 18 Barangay
  •          BLS Seminars on Private Schools and Companies Earthquake Drill on public and private schools Disaster Preparedness Training on Private Companies

3. SEMINARS AND TRAININGS ATTENDED

  • 8 – DOST, PHIVOLCS, Damage Assessment, GIS Hazard Mapping, Launching of
  • Automated Weather System, Rapid Earthquake Damage Assessment System (REDAS)

4. DENGUE PREVENTION PROGRAM

  • 34 – fogging/misting interventions; Vector management

5. OTHER ACTIVITIES

  • a. Provided back-up for different city events
  • b. Provided assistance for the relief operation for Yolanda victims in the provinces of Samar and Leyte.
  • c. TYPHOONS ENCOUNTERED:
  • 26 – TS Santi and Yolanda: preparedness were properly intervened in partnership with PNP, BFP and AFP
  • d. APPROVAL OF SANGGUNIANG PANLUNGSOD TO ESTABLISH OFFICIAL CDRRMO IN THE CITY OF SANTA ROSA (December 2013)

 

Historical Records of Natural Disaster

 

Table 109. List of Typhoon visited the PAR, 2010-2012

 


Source: City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council, City of Santa Rosa.

 

Table 110. Recorded Flood Level, Significant Typhoon that Hit Santa Rosa, 1995, 1998 & 2006

 

Source: City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council, City of Santa Rosa

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