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Provincial Peace and Order Council

Accomplishments

CRIME PREVENTION AND SPECIAL OPERATIONS 
  1. A total of 4,753 crime incidents were reported in the province.  This crime volume is 3.96% lower than of last year.  This crime volume registered an average monthly crime rate of 16.03% compared to 39.06% of last year.  There is a decrease of murder incidents from 246 to 179, homicide, decrease of 211 from 273 to 62, physical injury, a decrease of 1,690 from 2,532 to 842, rape, decrease of 48 from 213 to 165, robbery, decrease 591 from 1,149 to 558, theft, decrease of 1,210 from 2,041 to 831, carnapping decrease of 62 from 332 to 270 and cattle rustling, decrease of 13 from 17 to 4.
  2. Campaign against illegal drugs which resulted in the arrest of 983 persons.  486 cases were filled in court.  120 seminars/dialogues were held and participated by LGUs, NGOs, LADACs, MADACs, BADACs.
  3. Campaign against crime groups resulted in the arrest of 9 and death of 21 members of different notorious crime groups.
  4. Continous campaign against loose firearms, wanted persons, carnapping, illegal gambling, pedophile, and child abuse, prostitution and vagrancy, pornography, and illegal sale of video discs and illegal logging.
  5. Done in 20 towns in Laguna wherein policemen were given moral and spiritual transformation.       
  6. Done once a week in every offices of the Provincial Government
  7. Done in the different national highschools wherein students were informed on the disadvantages of the use of illegal drugs.

ACCOMPLISHMENT JULY 2014

             On June 30,2014 at about 10:00am the Provincial Risk Reduction Management Office headed by Mr. VALENTIN GUIDOTE conducted Disaster Risk Reduction Seminar to all Chiefs of Police led by PSSUPT. RUMULO EMOCLING SAPITULA and Ms. MARICAR A. PALACOL, In-Charge of Office, Provincial Peace and Order Office. The activity was held at Laguna PPO Conference Room.