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CONTENTS

CHAPTER 1

I. Early Road Transportation System


II. The Advent of Traffic Enforcement
III. Recent Developments

CHAPTER II

The Pillars (5 Es of Traffic Management and Agencies involved in the Affairs


of Traffic
5 Es of Traffic Management
Education
Enforcement
Engineering
Environment
Economics
Inter Agency Cooperation and Networking

CHAPTER III

The Traffic Safety Education


Importance in the Field of Safety
The Legal System for Traffic Safety
Drivers License Restriction Code
Lost Drivers License
Drivers Duties
The Ten (10) Commandment of Traffic
Keep Right
Observe Road Courtesy
The Right of Way Rule
Prohibited Parking
If In Doubt, Do Not Overtake
The Bus-Stop Rule
Rules to Prevent or Untangle Traffic Jams
Observe the Traffic Management Measures
The Philosophy of A Pinoy Driver
On Pedestrian
Remember the International Driving Safety Reminder
CHAPTER IV

Traffic Law Enforcement and Management


Enforcement Theory
The Traffic Enforcer
Functions of Traffic Enforcement
Goals of Enforcement Activities
Objectives of Traffic Law Enforcement
Traffic Enforcement System
Traffic Laws and the Role of Enforcement
Why People Violate Traffic Laws
Police Traffic Enforcement Action
Kinds of Enforcement Action
Decision of Enforcement Action
Traffic Patrol
Objectives of Traffic Patrol
Types of Traffic Patrol
Traffic Observation
Pursuit in Traffic Enforcement
Stop and Approaching Traffic Violator
Traffic Road Check
Officer-Violator Relationship
Traffic Supervision, Direction and Control
Supervised Route
Police Traffic Direction
Point/Area Traffic Control
Police Traffic Escort
Signaling
Whistle Signals
Signal and Gestures for Directing Traffic
Objectives
Presentation
Technique in Traffic Direction and Control
How to Handle a Traffic Congest/Jam
Steps to be Taken by Traffic Enforcer in Case of Traffic Congest/Jam
Duties of a traffic Law Enforcer
Responsibilities of Traffic Law Enforcer
Prescribing Proper Conduct and Decorum during Confrontation with or
Apprehension of Traffic Law/Ordinance Violators pursuant to Memorandum
Circular Number 19-005 dated April 25, 1991.

CHAPTER V
Road Signs and Signals
The Standard Colors for Signs
Types of Signs
Regulatory Signs
Warning Signs
Guide Signs or Informative Signs
Proper Use of Innermost Lanes

CHAPTER VI

Traffic Accident Investigation/Principle


Stages of Planning At Scene Investigation
The Whys and Wherefore of the Investigation
Skidmarks
Hit and Run
Splintered Glass
The Mark
Paint
Twist of Fate
Motor Vehicle Accident Investigation (Major Accidents)

CHAPTER VII

Related Procedures in Investigating Traffic Violations and Other Cases


involving Motor Vehicles
Drunken Driver
Steps to Take in Cases of Special and Usual Situations

COMPENDIUM OF POLICIES AND LAWS


Republic Act Number 6539 (Act Preventing and Penalizing Carnapping)
Presidential Decree Number 1612 (Anti-Fencing Law)
Rules and Regulations to Carry out the Provision of Section 6 of PD 1612
Presidential Decree Number 1911 (AUTHORIZING THE DISPOSAL OF
UNCLAIMED RECOVERED AND IMPOUNDED CARNAPPED MOTOR
VEHICLES AMENDING FOR THE PURPOSE REPUBLIC ACT NUMBERED
6539 OTHERWISE KNOWN AS "THE ANTI-CARNAPPING ACT OF 1972")
PRESIDENTIAL DECREE Number 96 (DECLARING UNLAWFUL THE USE OR
ATTACHMENT OF SIRENS, BELLS, HORNS, WHISTLES OR SIMILAR
GADGETS THAT EMIT EXCEPTIONALLY LOUD OR STRATLING SOUNDS,
INCLUDING DOMELIGHTS AND OTHER SIMILAR SIGNALING OR FLASHING
DEVICES ON MOTOR VEHICLES AND PROVIDING CERTAIN EXCEPTIONS
THEREFOR)
PRESIDENTIAL DECREE Number 532 (ANTI-PIRACY AND ANTI-HIGHWAY
ROBBERY LAW OF 1974)
REPUBLIC ACT NUMBER 10054 (AN ACT MANDATING ALL MOTORCYCLE
RIDERS TO WEAR STANDARD PROTECTIVE MOTORCYCLE HELMETS
WHILE DRIVING AND PROVIDING PENALTIES THEREFOR)
REPUBLIC ACT No. 4136 (AN ACT TO COMPILE THE LAWS RELATIVE TO
LAND TRANSPORTATION AND TRAFFIC RULES, TO CREATE A LAND
TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION AND FOR THE OTHER PURPOSES)
Rules and Regulation Treating Certain Issues Concerning Motor Vehicles
Treatment of MV Under Watch List (Previously HOLD-ORDER)
Particularly MVs Involved in Adverse Claim of Possession or Ownership or
Have Existing Cases not Involving Carnapping
Standard Operating Procedure Number 2011-004 (SOP # 7 Revised)
Standard Operating Procedure Number # 2 (STREAMLINING PNP MV
CLEARANCE PROCEDURE)
Standard Operating Procedure Number ODO 2011-001 (Policy Guidelines
and Procedures on Police Response to Major Road Traffic Accidents)
Standard Format of Report
NAPOLCOM Resolution Number 2011-073 and 2011-074
2011-073 (Directing the PNP to Strictly Comply with NAPOLCOM
Memorandum # 93-016 entitled: Strictly Prohibiting the Use by PNP
Elements of Instruments of Crime Under Police Custody)
2011-074 (Directing the PNP to Exercise its Visitorial Powers as
Provided for Under PD 1612)

HPG CITIZENS CHARTER


POLICIES & GUIDELINES during MV Checks and Apprehension
Proposed Guidelines for Mobile Traffic Assistance (MC & Mobile Escort
Acctivities)