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Republic of the Philippines

NATIONAL POLICE COMMISSION


PHILIPPINE NATIONAL POLICE
POLICE REGIONAL OFFICE 3
Camp Olivas, City of San Fernando, Pampanga
MEMORANDUM
TO

: See Distribution

FROM

: RD

SUBJECT : IMPLAN 33/2010 Police Integrated Patrol System (PIPS)


(PRO 3 Comprehensive Plan on Anti- Criminality and Police
Security Operations)
DATE

: November 18, 2010

1. REFERENCE: NHQ PNP LOI 36/10 Police Integrated Patrol System (PIPS).
2. PURPOSE:
This IMPLAN prescribes the operational guidelines and procedures for the conduct
of anti-criminality and police security operations to reduce street crimes and neutralize, in
particular, motorcycle riding criminals, and address other crimes committed with the use of
firearms.
3. SITUATION:
The rise of crimes, particularly those carried out by motorcycle-riding criminals,
seems unabated not only in Metro Manila but also in this region. This situation is further
aggravated by the apparent poorly visible policemen on the streets, especially in crime prone
areas and, the laissez-faire attitude of some PNP members performing duties. Based, however,
on the campaign plans and accomplishment reports being submitted by subordinate
offices/units to this Headquarters, criminality appears to have been suppressed in their
respective areas, which, however, is the contrary on the ground.
From January to October 2010, a total of 344 crimes were committed region wide
with the use of motorcycles. These incidents include 102 murders, and 206 robbery incidents. In
this light, it is necessary to strengthen efforts in law enforcement and anti-criminality operations
to curb this alarming situation.
4. MISSION:
PRO3, concurrent with its mission and functions, shall conduct aggressive and
sustained police operations to neutralize, in particular, armed motorcycle-riding criminals,
including their network and support system; and strengthen other crime prevention and
suppression efforts, in coordination with other law enforcement agencies, force multipliers and
the community.
5. EXECUTION:
a. Concept of Operations:
The PRO3, in coordination with, other law enforcement agencies, the AFP,
LGUs, NGOs, business entities, concerned government offices and other stakeholders, will
conduct intensified police operations, focusing on crimes perpetrated by motorcycle-riding
criminals.

Each Police Provincial Office and City Police Office shall implement a Police
Integrated Patrol System (PIPS) to cover anti-criminality and police security operations which
incorporates, among others, police visibility measures (intensified foot and mobile patrols
together with force multipliers), checkpoint/chokepoints operations, Oplan Bakal/Sita,
saturations drives and police interventions against motorcycle riding criminals. This also aims to
reduce street crimes and other crimes committed through the use of firearms. It shall be guided
by the QUAD Concept of Operations (Intelligence, Operation, Police-Community Relations and
Investigation) and actively supported by the community in its implementation.
The Police Integrated Patrol System actually harmonizes/integrates all
existing programs/plans on anti-criminality and police security operations. It does not preclude,
but still includes, other anti-criminality/law enforcement responsibilities. The PIPS highlights
three (3) features which are the driving force in the effective implementation of this plan, to wit:
1) GOAL SETTING. The PPOs/CPOs and Police Stations are given
minimum number of operations to perform. Target goals per security operation conducted are to
be achieved progressively. This will be a continuing activity to be undertaken by all levels of
command (PROs/PPOs/CPOs).
2) SUBMISSION OF DETAILED PLAN. PPOs/CPOs are required to
submit their IMPLANS and weekly detailed patrol plan to RTOC and copy furnish NOC/LED
through email (pnp.noc@yahoo.com/operationsled@yahoo.com) as basis for monitoring and
validating the implementation of this plan.
3) CONDUCT OF WEEKLY REVIEW/ASSESSMENT. Weekly review and
assessment of the implementation of the System shall be conducted at the NHQ/PRO/CPO
levels to allow adjustments, if necessary. At the NHQ level, DO with the QUAD Staff, HPG,
CIDG, IG and CL will conduct weekly assessment and evaluation of the PROs implementation
of their Plans. Similarly, at the PRO level, same structure will be replicated with the DRDO
presiding. The PDs/CDs will also conduct a weekly assessment and evaluation of the
implementation of this Plan in their respective AOR. Dedicated teams from HQS, PRO3,
headed by the DRDO, shall be organized to follow through/validate on the ground the
performance of every PPO/CPO/PS.
Detailed plans on all anti-criminality and police security shall be guided
by the following essential requirements:
WHERE
Police security operations shall be conducted in crime prone areas
(Crime map) and based on the area intelligence estimate.
WHEN
The time for the conduct of the police operations shall be based on the
crime pattern analysis, crime clock and intelligence estimate of the area.
For checkpoint operations: Time Duration = minimum of 2 hours per
operation; Frequency = as a minimum, number of police stations divided by 3 for PPOs/CPOs
per day.
As to other police operations, the frequency shall be initially set by the
territorial units subject to the review and adjustment by the Assessment and Evaluation Board.

WHO
All police operations shall be officer-led.
For checkpoint operations, the team shall be officer-led and composed
of at least eight (8) PNP personnel designated as follows: Team Leader, Spotter, Profiler,
Verifier, and Security.
Appropriate checkpoint Duty Detail shall be published on a weekly basis
and will be forwarded to ROPD (Attn: LEB), copy furnished NOC (pnp-noc@yahoo.com) and
LED, DO (operationsled@yahoo.com) thru email every Friday NLT 12:00 oclock noon.
HOW
All police operations shall be conducted in accordance with existing
policies, standards and procedures.
Deployment of motorcycle-mounted police with two (2) personnel
riding in tandem at strategically identified crime prone areas.
For the conduct of checkpoint, the PNP Operational Procedures shall
be strictly observed with emphasis on the following:
o Use of prescribed checkpoint markers/signage and marked patrol
vehicle.
o Team Leader must account and check present ability of personnel
(Tamang Bihis) and completeness of equipment, then brief all members of the team prior to the
checkpoint operation.
o Team Leader will report to PTOC and RTOC thru text or phone
call immediately upon establishment and before the termination of the checkpoint. Likewise, he
shall report significant incidents during the checkpoint immediately to the PTOC/RTOC.
o Inspection of vehicles during routine Checkpoint operation shall
be limited to visual search. Searches, seizures and arrests made in the checkpoint shall be
within the prescribed Rules in Criminal Procedures.
o Implement No Plate, No Travel Policy.
o Conduct inspection in checkpoint focusing on motorcycle-riding
individuals, invoking tangible violations not limited to the following:
1. Armed riders (whether in PNP/AFP uniform or allegedly
performing intelligence mission riding on private motorcycle)
2. Motorcycle riders in tandem
3. Motorcycles without LTO plates
4. Motorcycles with improvised/fake plates
5. Motorcycles with illegally attached plates
6. Motorcycles with improperly attached plates
7. Unregistered Motorcycles
o Adhere to proper procedures when checkpoint is ignored, when
dealing with hostile situation and, during high risk stop and high risk arrest.
o Established checkpoints/chokepoints are enjoined to deploy
motorcycle riding teams as support.
o Team Leader debriefs his members after termination of the
checkpoint.
o Team Leader submits After-Activity Report to Higher
Headquarters.

IMPLAN 17/2009 KONTRA BOGA (REVISED) shall be strictly


implemented to address the problem on the proliferation of illegally possessed firearms.
There shall be benchmarking of statistics to monitor the trend of the crime
incidents. The data shall be reported on a monthly basis starting from the time that this IMPLAN
is approved.
b. Organizational Structure
NHQ Level
At the National Level, the TDO shall head the Assessment and Evaluation Board
with the QUAD Staff, HPG, CIDG, IG and CL as members.
NHQ Head-DO

Secretariat

Support Groups

DI

DIDM

DPCR

CL

HPG

IG

CIDG

PRO Level
The Deputy Regional Director for Operations (DRDO) shall head the
Assessment and Evaluation Board in PROs and shall monitor the implementation of this
IMPLAN. The Chief, ROPD shall head the Secretariat;
There shall be Support Groups composed of the Division Chiefs of the Regional
QUAD Staff, Chiefs of the Regional Highway Patrol Unit 3 (RHPU3), 3 rd Regional Criminal
Investigation and Detection Unit (RCIDU), Regional Crime Laboratory Office 3 (RCLO3),
Regional Intelligence Unit 3 (RIU3).
PRO3 Head - DRDO

Secretariat - C, ROPD

Support Groups

QUAD
STAFF

3RCIDU

RIU3

RCLO3

RHPU3

PPO/CPO Level
The Provincial/City Director shall head the Assessment and Evaluation Board in
the Province/City with the Chief, POPB as the Secretariat.
PPO/CPO Head
DPDO/DCDO

Secretariat - C,
POPB/COPB

Support Groups
QUAD
STAFF

PCIDT

PROVL
INTEL TM
(PIT)

PCLO

PHPT

c. Tasks:
1) DRDO Head of the Assessment and Evaluation Board composed of the
QUAD Staff and Regional Officers of the 3RCIDU, RHPU3, RIU3 and RCLO3.
2) C, ROPD:
a) OPR in the implementation of this plan;
b) Supervise and monitor the implementation of this plan;
c) Head, Secretariat, Assessment and Evaluation Board; and
d) Drum up support from the security guards and/or their agencies as source
of information through SAGS;
e) Update the data on firearms with expired licenses through the FES and
provide the PPOs and other operating units with the same; and
f) Perform other tasks as directed.
3) C, RID:
a) Provide PPOs/CPOs periodic threat assessment on criminality and public
safety;
b) Provide PPOs/CPOs Periodic Status Report of Threat Groups and Target
Lists relative to motorcycle-riding criminals, suspected crime groups or individuals involved in
robbery/hold-up and other criminal activities;
c) Account former PNP and AFP personnel involved in criminal activities in
the region;
d) Member, Assessment and Evaluation Board; and
e) Perform other tasks as directed.
4) C, RIDMD:
a) Monitor and ensure the speedy investigation and prosecution of crimes
perpetrated by motorcycle-riding criminals until final disposition (case tracking system);
b) Maintain databases on crimes involving motorcycle-riding personalities
and on stolen motorcycles, reckoned from the last two (2) years for the reference of
PPOs/CPOs and RSUs;
c) Monitor the status of cases filed in court up to the final disposition (case
tracking system) and apply aging in the monitoring of cases;
d) Member, Assessment and Evaluation Board and
e) Perform other tasks as directed.
5) C, RPCRD:
a) Orchestrate a massive information campaign through the tri-media, in order
to raise public awareness on the problem of riding in tandem criminals, of which, the police
cannot solve alone, and stimulate community support and participation that will deepen the
campaign against all forms of criminality. This shall include the use of streamers and/or
billboards set-up in crime prone areas and/or areas where people converge, indicating therein
the telephone/cell phone numbers of police units/offices for crime reporting. Likewise,
motorcycle/car stickers containing the same information may be issued free to motorists;
b) Organize activities, such as summits, seminars/workshops, conferences,
etc. that will effectively involve the five (5) pillars of the CJS, for a strong collaborative anti-crime
effort. This shall be echoed in the provinces/cities;

c) Arouse the participation of NGOs that can provide significant logistical


support to the PNP such as Motorcycle Associations and Radio Groups;
d) Member, Assessment and Evaluation Board; and
e) Perform other tasks as directed.
6) C, RCD:
a) Provide appropriate fund support for the implementation of this IMPLAN;
and
b) Perform other tasks as directed.
7) C, RLRDD:
a) Provide appropriate logistical support for the implementation of this
IMPLAN; and
b) Perform other tasks as directed.
8) C, RICTMD:
a) Provide IT assistance to PNP offices/units involved, when necessary; and
b) Perform other tasks as directed.
9) C, RPLS:
a) Provide legal assistance to the operating units to ensure the successful
conduct of police operations;
b) Determine and advise on any legal infirmities in the implementation of this
plan, if any; and
c) Perform other tasks as directed.
10) C, RHPU3:
a) Detail/provide personnel to support the Operating Support Group and the
territorial units (CPS/MPS);
b) Intensify action on motor vehicle spotting operations, in support to the
operations;
c) Conduct seminars or info drives to PPOs and Police Stations in the region
to inculcate awareness and increase the knowledge of the men on the street on how to easily
spot/identify vehicles with spurious documents;
d) Provide maneuver force support during the operations;
e) Provide other units, data on stolen motorcycles/vehicles;
f) Strictly implement the No Plate, No Travel Policy and other relevant
provisions of RA 4136;
g) Coordinate with LTO and concerned PPOs/CPOs, for the formulation
and adoption of color-coding and other applicable schemes for motorcycles, such as, possible
designation of Motorcycle Zones, for profiling and checking of motorcycles particularly in major
thoroughfares;
h) Member, Assessment and Evaluation Board; and
i) Perform other tasks as directed.
11) C, RCLO3:
a) Provide technical support and a SOCO team to territorial and support
units;
b)
c)

Member, Assessment and Evaluation Board; and


Perform other tasks as directed.

12) RO, 3rd RCIDU:


a) Assist all PNP units in the conduct of investigation and in the filing and
prosecution of criminal cases;
b)
Member, Assessment and Evaluation Board; and
c)
Perform other tasks as directed.
13) C, RIU3:
a) Intensify intelligence operations for the identification and possible
neutralization of personalities involved in all forms of criminality
b) Conduct intelligence and counter-intelligence operations in support of this
IMPLAN;
c) Member, Assessment and Evaluation Board;
d) Provide technical support, and timely and accurate intelligence
information; and
e) Perform other tasks as directed.
14) BC,3rd RPSB:
a) Provide support to PPOs/CPOs in special operations, as necessary; and
b) Perform other tasks as directed.
15) All PDs/CDs:
a) Conduct Intelligence and Counter-Intelligence fusion with all members of
the intelligence community, to include the intelligence network of Local Chief Executives (LCEs);
b) Identify groups/personalities involved in criminal activities using
motorcycles, and their Modus Operandi, in order to predict and preempt their plans;
c) Formulate and implement aggressive strategies and other Innovative
Police Intervention Techniques, consistent with this Plan, and according to the operational
environment and peculiarity of situations in the AOR;
d) Direct Chiefs of Police/Station Commanders to coordinate with their LGUs
for the passage of ordinances or resolutions and adopting measures to address the crimes
perpetrated by motorcycle-riding criminals, according to peculiarities in their respective areas.
This may include the following proposals:
1. Designation of MOTORCYCLE ZONES;
2. Capability upgrades of equipment, such as but not limited to, the
installation of CCTV cameras in places of convergence, crime prone areas, traffic intersections,
etc;
3. Provide proper illumination in dark and crime prone areas in the locality;
4. Establishment of PUBLIC SAFETY ZONES that will require, among
others, all vehicles within the zone, to run at a maximum speed of only 30 kph and roll down
their windows while in motion, while motorcycle riders with helmets are required to remove
same upon entering the said zone; and
5. Adoption of large registration number plates for motorcycles, color
coding and other innovative measures considered practical and effective on the ground.
e) Orchestrate a massive information campaign through the tri-media, in
order to raise public awareness on the problem of riding in tandem criminals, of which the police
cannot solve alone, and stimulate community support and participation that will deepen the
campaign against all forms of criminality. This shall include the use of streamers and/or
billboards set-up in crime prone areas and/or areas where people converge, indicating therein
the telephone/cell phone numbers of police units/offices for crime reporting. Likewise,
motorcycle/car stickers containing the same information may be issued free to motorists;

f) Organize activities, such as summits, seminars/workshops, conferences,


etc. that will effectively involve the five (5) pillars of the CJS, for a strong collaborative anti-crime
effort. Include the convening of Peace and Order Councils, at all levels, to gather support down
to the grassroots;
g) Identify, locate and take appropriate action against unregistered and
stolen motorcycles with the assistance of the BPATs;
h) Inspect all motor vehicle repair shops and determine the owners of same
and if subject vehicles are covered by proper documents;
i) Establish a database of all vehicles and their respective owners in every
barangay;
j) Implement the Transient Monitoring System in every barangay to deter
lawless elements from establishing base within the AOR;
k) Deploy dedicated Tracker Teams to follow-up the investigation and/or
solution cases, and ensure interoperability with the AFP and other law enforcement agencies;
l) Organize Motorized Anti-Street Crime Operatives (MASCO) in urban
areas to counter motorcycle-riding criminals;
m)Deploy SWAT elements to strengthen police visibility operations in urban
areas;
n) Ensure proper daily accounting of personnel (0800H and 2000H formation
and accounting) at the PPO and Police Stations and submit daily report to ROPD(Attn:LEB);
o) Organize Area Inspectors/Supervisors to check the physical presence and
actual deployment of policemen on the streets;
p) Provide guidance to all CPS/MPS and Operating Support Groups on the
maximized implementation of check points, police visibility patrols (foot and mobile), saturation
drives and other law enforcement operations in respective AOR;
q) Assist the police stations in coordinating with Local Government Units and
Barangays in mobilizing the community;
r) Maximize active participation and support of LECC member-agencies,
LGUs, NGOs, civic and volunteer groups, the business sector and tri-media for target hardening
measures in this campaign;
s) Set targets for COPs and corresponding timeline for the neutralization of
criminal personalities;
t) Require Chiefs of Police/Station Commanders to coordinate with legitimate
retailers and service providers of motorcycle units and spare parts to ensure market-denial
measures and prevent buy and sell of stolen motorcycles and parts, and maximize the exercise
of police visitorial powers under PD 1612, otherwise known as the Anti-Fencing Law, to check
on second hand stores and motorcycle-repair shops for stolen motorcycles and parts; and
u) Perform other tasks as directed.
6. COORDINATING INSTRUCTIONS:
Inspection Teams from the PRO shall be organized, composed of the Command
Group and D-Staff, headed by the DRDO, to conduct spot evaluation/validation on the
compliance of subordinate offices.
a)
Respect for human rights shall be paramount and should be observed at all
times.
b)
Strictly adhere to the Rule of Law and the PNP Operational Procedures.
c)
No checkpoint shall be established within the vicinity of the police station or
municipal building.
d)
Other technological advancement in communications and surveillance
equipment shall be taken advantage of, to ensure effectiveness of the operations.
e)
Lateral coordination is highly encouraged.
f)
Exploit and maximize the support of local government units and the
community in crime prevention efforts.

g)
Force multipliers (BPATs, Barangay Tanod and BINs) may be
employed/utilized in the implementation of the Police Integrated Patrol System.
h)
All PDs and CDs shall submit their respective IMPLAN of the Police
Integrated Patrol System to ROPD (Attn: LEB), copy furnished NOC (pnp_noc@yahoo.com)
and DO (operationsled@yahoo.com) within ten (10) days upon receipt of this Plan.
i)
Weekly coordinating conference at all levels of command
(PRO/PPOs/CPOs) to be presided by DRDO/PDs/CDs to assess/review and evaluate
performance of operating units vis--vis target goals set forth for the purpose. Likewise, this
serves as the venue to make the necessary adjustment and fine-tuning.
j)
Submit the result of all police operations conducted weekly to ROPD
(checkpoints, police visibility, saturation drives and other law enforcement operations) and copy
furnish
the
Directorate
for
Operations
(Attn;
NOC/LED)
through
email
(pnp_noc@yahoo.com/operationsled@yahoo.com) every Thursday of the week NLT 8:00 AM.
k)
All issuances/directive in conflict with this IMPLAN are hereby rescinded.
7. EFFECTIVITY
This IMPLAN shall take effect immediately upon approval.

ALAN LA MADRID PURISIMA


Police Chief Superintendent
Regional Director
Distribution:
All Tasked Offices/Units
Copy Furnished:
DRDA
DRDO
RCDS

ACCOMPLISHMENT ON THE POLICE INTEGRATED PATROL SYSTEM


Covering the period (one week)
No. of
No. of
Items
Others/Remarks
Operations Arrested Recovered
Conducted Person
A. POLICE OPERATIONS
1) Regular Police Opns
Saturation Drive
Checkpoint/Chokepoint
Oplan Bakal/Sita
Search Warrant
Warrant Of Arrest
Police Response
ISO (Prophylactic/Combat Police
Patrol)
Mobile/Motorcycle Patrol
Disaster/Relief
Search And Rescue
Special Event Coverage
Civil Disturbance Control Mgt
Security Coverage
2) Other Police Opns
Enforcement Of Special Laws
Illegal Gambling
Illegal Drugs
Illegal Logging
Illegal Fishing
Cattle Rustling
Hijacking
Carnapping
Armed Robbery
Smuggling
Piracy
Others:

Republic of the Philippines


NATIONAL POLICE COMMISSION
PHILIPPINE NATIONAL POLICE
POLICE REGIONAL OFFICE 3
REGIONAL OPERATIONS AND PLANS DIVISION
Camp Olivas, City of San Fernando, Pampanga
MEMORANDUM
FOR

: RD

THRU

: DRDO ___________
RCDS ___________

FROM

: AC, ROPD

SUBJECT :
Police
DATE

IMPLAN 33/2010 Police Integrated Patrol System (PIPS)


(PRO 3 Comprehensive Plan on Anti- Criminality and
Security Operations)
November 18, 2010

1. Reference: NHQ PNP LOI 36/10 Police Integrated Patrol System (PIPS);
2. As per above reference, attached is the prepared PRO3 IMPLAN 33/10
Police Integrated Patrol System (PIPS) for RDs approval/signature prior to
reproduction/distribution to all tasked units/offices.
3. Recommend approval/signature on the attached IMPLAN.

ARTHUR FELIX E ASIS


Police Superintendent