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PROF EDGARDO E.

DAGDAG Chief Administrative Officer (Security) Office of the Chancellor, UP Diliman

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The UP Diliman Campus: area, people, gates, others Breakdown of UP Diliman security forces Expenses for security guards UP Diliman security organization Services Rendered Officers of the UPD Security Force Features of the UP Diliman security system Vision, Mission of UPD security forces Core values of UPD security forces

10. Campus security policies 11. Campus security concerns 12. Crime-prone areas in the campus 13. Frequently committed crimes in the campus 14. Crime Incidence, 2008-Jan/Aug 2012 15. Location of crimes 16. Strategic directions, 2012-2016 17. Priorities 18 Contact information

AREA 493 hectares; encompasses seven barangays (Barangay UP Campus, Krus na Ligas, San Vicente, Old Capitol site, Botocan, Culiat, Pansol) PEOPLE not less than 120,000 people at any given time. Many of the household residents are informal settlers and they outnumber the faculty, students and admin staff/REPS personnel. GATES UPD has 5 gates (Univ Ave, Magsaysay, Ylanan, Velasquez and Jacinto. The Shuster gate is also open during rush hours. OTHERS students and UP personnel have no uniforms; UP campus not enclosed by a fence; UP campus is open to the public at all times; 95% of UPD buildings are 40-60 years old;

PEOPLE:
Students , faculty and staff have no uniforms; hard to distinguish them from outsiders UPD has 23,585 students, 1,539 faculty and thousands of REPS/adm staff UP campus is not enclosed by a fence and access by anyone is easy UP campus is surrounded by major roads that are crime-prone but outside the patrol jurisdiction of UPDP: CP Garcia Ave, Katipunan and Commonwealth Ave.

SECURITY PERSONNEL
UPDP

NUMBER
39 (7 are support staff for a total of 46; 4 police personnel are retiring this year)

SPECIAL SERVICES BRIGADE (SSB)


SECURITY GUARDS GLOCKE (SOUTH SECTOR) ** WINACE (NORTH SECTOR) ** TASK FORCE SCHU

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268 (141) Includes Bolinao, City Mall (127) Includes the 10 SGs in the TF SCHU 16 (Members are drawn from UPDP, Winace security guards and SSB) 359 (includes only those providing security services)
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** TOTAL (as of 23 Oct 2012)

YEAR

NO OF GUARDS (NORTH)

NO OF GUARDS (SOUTH)

TOTAL NO. OF GUARDS

NORTH

SOUTH

TOTAL COST

2005
2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

116
103 109 116 126 149 111 128

147
148 129 134 134 154 123 141

263
251 238 250 260 303 234 269

27,729,322
25,895,473 29,445,856 34,786,825 36,651,758 39,802,069 32,730,396

28,218,620
31,718,716 35,163,909 35,744,665 35,914,025 43,433,711 37,941,619

55,947,942
57,614,189 64,609,765 70,531,490 72,565,783 83,235,780 70,672,015

THE UP DILIMAN COMMUNITY SAFETY AND WELFARE COMMITTEE (CSWC)

MEMBERS UP DILIMAN CHANCELLOR CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER (SECURITY) VICE CHANCELLOR FOR COMMUNITY AFFAIRS REP, ADM STAFF AND REPS

POSITION CHAIRPERSON VICE CHAIR MEMBER MEMBER

REP, FACULTY
REP, STUDENTS (CHAIR OF UP STUDENT COUNCIL) CHIEF LEGAL OFFICER OIC, UPDP

MEMBER
MEMBER MEMBER MEMBER

HEAD, DMST

MEMBER
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OFFICE UP DILIMAN COMUNITY SAFETY AND WELFARE COMMITTEE (UPD CSWC)

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 1. It is the highest policy making body with respect to campus security, UP Diliman 2. Establishes the minimum standards and policies and formulates the necessary security arrangements to enhance the quality and effectiveness of physical security in UP Diliman. 3. Undertakes a periodic review of the state of security in UP Diliman and evaluates the level of enforcement of the Terms of Reference stipulated in existing secuirty agency contracts. 4. Determines the rules of engagement of security guards and SSB personnel in UP Diliman. 5. Assesses the available techonology and other information systems as a means of providing costeffective improvements to security. 6. Performs other-security related matters.
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OFFICE/OFFICIAL
CHANCELLOR

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES


1 Exercises control and supervision of the UP Diliman security forces 1 Assists the Chancellor in the supervision and control of UPD security forces 2 Co-chairs the UPD Community Safety and Welfare Committee 3 Ensures the enforcement of the terms of reference in the contracts of security agencies 4 Performs other tasks that may be additionally assigned by the Chancellor 5 Manages and supervises day-to-day security operations 6 Evaluates the performance of UPD security forces and recommend such measures needed to enhance their efficiency, discipline, morale and professionalism. 7 Accountable to the UPD Chancellor
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CHIEF SECURITY OFFICER

OFFICE UP Diliman Police (UPDP)

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 1 Performs basic police tasks: patrol, traffic, investigation and follow-up of cases and suspects. 2 Enforces laws, city ordinances and university policies and regulations to protect life and property, maintain peace and order and prevent and control crimes. 3 Apprehends whose who violate the laws, city ordinances and university policies and regulations. 4 After initial investigation of suspects, turns them over to the appropriate QC police station for further investigation. 5. Submits investigation and other reports to the CSO. 6. Generally performs such tasks similar to those assigned to the PNP members within its area of responsibility. 7.Performs such tasks as may be assigned by the Chancellor and/or the Chief Adm Officer (security).
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OFFICE SUPERVISORY TEAM FOR PRIVATE SECURITY (STPS)

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 1 Supervises the security guards (SGs) and their respective agencies based on their contract with UPD 2 Submits regular monthly reports to the CSO evaluating the performance of the SGs and their agencies. 3. Recommends issuance of commendation to SGs with commendable performance. 4. Investigates and recommends appropriate action against erring security guards. 5. Performas such tasks relating to to the SGs and their agencies as directed by the Chancellor and/or the Ch8ief Adm Officer (Security).

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OFFICE
TASK FORCE ON SQUATTERS, COMMUNITY HOUSING AND UTILITIES (TF SCHU)

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES


1 Contains the proliferation of illegal structures and illegal settlers consistent with existing university policies. 2 Effects the demolition of illegal structures that have been issued demolition notices. 3 Ensures that the orders of the Housing Office which were coursed to the CSO regarding UP community housing units are strictly enforced. 4 Ensures that the orders of the OVCCA-OCR on self-built units (SBUs) that were coursed to the CSO are strictly enforced. 5 Performs such tasks as directly by the CSO and/or the Chancellor.

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OFFICE
SPECIAL SERVICES BRIGADE (SSB)

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES


1. Secures by preventive patrol the academic oval and such areas as may be assigned by the Chancellor and/or the Chief Adm Officer (Security), 2, Provides support to operating units (e.g., directing traffic at busy intersections and other areas, fixed security to special events and activities, etc). 3. Apprehends crime suspects (citizens arrest) and turns them over to UPDP. 4. Assists in the follow-up of cases and suspects. 5. When warranted, act as checkpoint guards. 6. Performs such tasks as directed by the Chef Adm Officer (Security) and/or the Chancellor.

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Monitoring and apprehension of criminal elements in the campus Fixed post security to UPD acad buildings, adm offices, residence halls, etc Security assistance to events and conferences held in UPD Traffic management General investigation Roving patrol Assistance to persons involved in vehicular accidents Security assistance to official/traditional UP activities: registration (1st sem, 2nd sem and summer), UPCAT, lantern parade, general commencement exercises (graduation) Provision of UPD campus security-related reports to interested parties Monitoring and demolition of illegal structures Others as may be warranted and/or directed by the Chancellor/Chief Security Officer

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NAME

POSITION

DR CAESAR A SALOMA PROF EDGARDO E DAGDAG MAJOR BERNIE BALTAZAR CAPT RUBEN VILLALUNA SGT JOSIE DE PERALTA CPL JEORGE PEDROSA

CHANCELLOR, UP DILIMAN CHIEF SECURITY OFFICER


OIC, UPDP HEAD, STPS HEAD, TASK FORCE SCHU HEAD, SSB

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01. The security forces are under faculty supervision and control. 02. Operating units are under the supervision of UPDP officers. 03. SGs on day shift are not authorized to carry firearms. 04. SGs are recruited by their agencies, not by UP, but they are subject to disciplinary action and control by UPD authorities 05. Security forces have defined areas of responsibilities. If warranted, however, they may be tasked to engage in joint operations. 06. Campus security is continuously enhanced through conduct of relevant training, salary upgrades, hiring of qualified security personnel and use of affordable technology (e.g. barrier grates and CCTV). 07. Arrested suspects in the UPD campus are turned over to Station 9, QC Police District for proper disposition. UP students, if suspects, are handled in coordination with the UPD Office of Student Affairs.

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ITEM

VISION

MISSION

The UPD security forces envision the ever-increasing effort of police forces in colleges and universities in the Philippines towards greater professionalism. It will be an active participant, contributor and leader in this effort. To maintain peace and order in the UP Diliman campus by enforcing applicable university rules and regulations, Quezon City ordinances and basic laws.
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01. Commitment to public interests at all times 02. Professionalism and dedication to duty 03. Public service that is prompt and courteous, without discrimination and with due respect to human rights and UP traditions. 04. Public accountability and loyalty to country, people and UP.
(From the approved Strategic Plan of the UPDP, 2012-2016)

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01. Only qualified personnel can do guarding duties in the campus. 02. No UP sticker, No entry: without a UP-issued sticker, no motorist can enter and exit at any gate except at the University Ave. All gates close at 10 pm and open at 5 am, except the University Ave. 03. Regular rotation of SGs to prevent problems resulting from familiarization. 04. Crime deterrence through maximum police visibility 05. Strict enforcement of maximum tolerance when confronted with mass actions 06. Peace and order maintenance with utmost regard to human rights, due process of law and UP traditions. 07. Outside police forces as well the military can not conduct operations in UPD campus without prior approval of UPD authorities. 08. Maximum collaboration and mutual respect between UPD security forces, barangay authorities and the QC police forces are encouraged.

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Illegal structures/illegal extensions Illegal vendors Kalakal and hamog boys Fraternity rumbles Drug abuse and drug trafficking Traffic accidents Crimes (e.g. theft, robbery, swindling, physical injuries,etc.) Watch your car boys Holding of activities in UP Diliman grounds without permit Smokebelching and loud noise by cars, motorcycles, PUJs Loud videoke singing (during evenings) to the discomfort of sleeping and resting neighbors Fire and environmental hazards

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NORTH SECTOR

SOUTH SECTOR

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Area 1 Shopping Center Molave Residence Hall Area 2 Agoncillo street Commonwealth Avenue

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Philcoa-Unimall area Palma Hall Hardin ng Rosas Sunken Garden College of Education CP Garcia Street

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TYPE OF CRIME
Theft Robbery holdup Robbery Student/frat related incident

TOTAL
672 129 123 65

PERCENT
56.28 10.80 10.30 05.44

Robbery snatching
Physical injuries Others

61
18 126

05.10
01.51 10.57

TOTAL

1,194

100.00

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CRIME
Theft

2008 2009
67 50

2010
61

2011 JAN/AUG 2012


59 27

Robbery
Robbery Holdup Robbery snatching Student/frat related incidents Physical injuries Others

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5 6 8 0 5

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9 6 2 4 13

4
16 5 1 7 23

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11 0 6 4 24

6
2 4 4 1 23

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YEAR

NORTH SECTOR

SOUTH SECTOR

TOTAL

NORTH SECTOR

SOUTH SECTOR

TOTAL

2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

52 60 62 43 77 48 46 64

69 97 72 70 87 49 51 53

121 157 134 113 164 97 97 117

42.97 38.21 46.27 38.05 46.95 49.48 47.42 54.70

57.03 61.79 53.73 61.95 53.05 50.52 52.58 45.30

100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00

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STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS (Organizational Goals) 01. Promoting campus welfare and security 02. Maintaining excellent police-community relations and partnership 03. Ensuring the continued and unhampered career growth and development of UP security forces 04. Pursuing resource conservation and management 05. Pursuing technological advancement using available affordable technology to enhance capability to accomplish mission.

(From the approved Strategic Plan of the UPDP, 2012-2016)

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01. Hiring of new personnel and adjustment of the salary grades of existing personnel commensurate to their qualifications. 02. Continued professionalization of personnel by giving them the opportunity to complete higher education (college). 03. Modernization of its base radio, computers, printers and other equipment and ensuring that all of its offices are connected to the internet. 04. Physical renovation of its existing offices. 05. Establishment of units that are basic and needed to enhance the capability of the UP police forces to perform its mandated tasks. 06. Formulation and implementation of a 5-Year maintenance program for its equipment; a 5-year procurement program; a 5-year staff development program; and a 5-year training program. 07. Improved relations with UPD colleges/offices, barangays close to UPD, selected QC PNP stations (like Station 9), etc.

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981-8512 (Office of the CAO Security) 928-3615 (Direct Landline, UPDP) Local Numbers: Dial UP trunkline (981-8500) and dial/ask: 4001 (OIC, UPDP) 4003 (TF SCHU for illegal structures) 4005 (Investigation Section) 4006 (Chief Patrol) 4008 (UPDP Radio Room) 4034 (STPS/SSB) 113 and 1908 (Desk Officer)

Email Address: prof.eddagdag@gmail.com

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These powerpoint materials are constantly revised and updated so that it will serve as a reference material on the UP Diliman security forces which will be distributed to interested parties. (Revised, 5 Feb 2013)

PROF EDGARDO E. DAGDAG Chief Security Officer


Room 333, National Institute of Physics Building College of Science, UP Diliman 981-8512; prof.eddagdag@gmail.com

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