Presentation on theme: "ARTICLE IV Participation of the Family, Students, Teachers and School Authorities in the Enforcement of this Act Section 41. Involvement of the Family."— Presentation transcript:
ARTICLE IV Participation of the Family, Students, Teachers and School Authorities in the Enforcement of this Act Section 41. Involvement of the Family. – education and awareness of the members of the family on the ill effects of dangerous drugs – close monitoring of family members who may be susceptible to drug abuse. Section 42. Student Councils and Campus Organizations. – program for the prevention of and deterrence in the use of dangerous drugs, and referral for treatment and rehabilitation of students for drug dependence.
ARTICLE IV Participation of the Family, Students, Teachers and School Authorities in the Enforcement of this Act Section 43. School Curricula. – Instruction on drug abuse prevention and control. – Instructions shall include: (1) Adverse effects of the abuse and misuse of dangerous drugs on the person, the family, the school and the community; (2) Preventive measures against drug abuse; (3) Health, socio-cultural, psychological, legal and economic dimensions and implications of the drug problem; (4) Steps to take when intervention on behalf of a drug dependent is needed, as well as the services available for the treatment and rehabilitation of drug dependents; and (5) Misconceptions about the use of dangerous drugs such as, but not limited to, the importance and safety of dangerous drugs for medical and therapeutic use as well as the differentiation between medical patients and drug dependents in order to avoid confusion and accidental stigmatization in the consciousness of the students.
ARTICLE IV Participation of the Family, Students, Teachers and School Authorities in the Enforcement of this Act Section 44. Heads, Supervisors, and Teachers of Schools – persons in authority and, as such, are hereby empowered to apprehend, arrest or cause the apprehension or arrest of any person who shall violate any of the said provisions – in the school or within its immediate vicinity, or even beyond such immediate vicinity if they are in attendance at any school or class function in their official capacity as school heads, supervisors, and teachers. Any teacher or school employee, who discovers or finds that any person in the school or within its immediate vicinity is liable for violating any of said provisions, shall have the duty to report the matter to the proper authorities. Failure to do so in either case, within a reasonable period from the time of discovery of the violation shall, after due hearing, constitute sufficient cause for disciplinary action by the school authorities.
ARTICLE IV Participation of the Family, Students, Teachers and School Authorities in the Enforcement of this Act Section 45. Publication and Distribution of Materials on Dangerous Drugs. – With the assistance of the Board, DepEd, CHED, TESDA shall cause the development, publication and distribution of information and support educational materials on dangerous drugs. Section 46. Special Drug Education Center. – With the assistance of the Board, DILG, NYC, DSWD shall establish in each of its provincial office a special education drug center for out-of-school youth and street children.
ARTICLE V Promotion of a National Drug-Free Workplace Program With the Participation of Private and Labor Sectors and the Department of Labor and Employment Section 47. Drug-Free Workplace. – drug-free workplaces using a tripartite approach. – With the assistance of the Board, DOLE shall develop, promote and implement a national drug abuse prevention program in the workplace to be adopted by private companies with ten (10) or more employees. – Include the mandatory drafting and adoption of company policies against drug use in the workplace. Section 48. Guidelines for the National Drug-Free Workplace Program. – The Board and the DOLE shall formulate the necessary guidelines for the implementation of the national drug-free workplace program.
ARTICLE VI Participation of the Private and Labor Sectors in the Enforcement of this Act Section 49. Labor Organizations and the Private Sector. – include in their collective bargaining or any similar agreements, joint continuing programs and information campaigns for the laborers with the end in view of achieving a drug free workplace. Section 50. Government Assistance. – The labor sector and the respective partners may secure the technical assistance, such as but not limited to, seminars and information dissemination campaigns of the appropriate government and law enforcement agencies.
ARTICLE VII Participation of Local Government Units Section 51. Local Government Units' Assistance. – Shall appropriate a substantial portion of their respective annual budgets to assist in or enhance the enforcement of this Act giving priority to preventive or educational programs and the rehabilitation or treatment of drug dependents. Section 52. Abatement of Drug Related Public Nuisances. – Any place or premises which have been used on two or more occasions as the site of the unlawful sale or delivery of dangerous drugs may be declared to be a public nuisance, and such nuisance may be abated, pursuant to the following procedures: (1) Any city or municipality may, by ordinance, create an administrative board to hear complaints regarding the nuisances; (2) any employee, officer, or resident of the city or municipality may bring a complaint before the Board after giving not less than three (3) days written notice of such complaint to the owner of the place or premises at his/her last known address; and (3) After hearing in which the Board may consider any evidence, including evidence of the general reputation of the place or premises, and at which the owner of the premises shall have an opportunity to present evidence in his/her defense, the Board may declare the place or premises to be a public nuisance.
ARTICLE VII Participation of Local Government Units Section 53. Effect of Board Declaration. – If the Board declares a place or premises to be a public nuisance, it may declare an order immediately prohibiting the conduct, operation, or maintenance of any business or activity on the premises which is conducive to such nuisance. Expire after one (1) year or at such earlier time as stated in the order.