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1 INTERNAL SECURITY CONCERNS: What Government Financial Managers Need to Know INTERNAL SECURITY CONCERNS: What Government Financial Managers Need to Know 1 PDG NICANOR BARTOLOME, Chief, PNP Waterfront Hotel and Casino, Cebu City October 25, 2012

2 THE NATIONAL SECURITY SITUATION 2

3 3  Communist Party of the Philippines/New Peoples Army (CPP/NPA)  Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF)  Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Movement/ Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighter (BIFM/BIFF)  Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG)  Foreign Terrorists

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8  Jemaah Islamiyya (JI) foreign terrorists conducting training on bomb making. 8

9 Internal Security Concerns 9

10 Insurgency – a form of rebellion in which a dissident faction instigates the commission of acts of civil disobedience, sabotage, and terrorism. Internal Security - is the act of keeping peace within the borders of a sovereign state or other self- governing territories. Internal Security Operations (ISO) - activities designed to preserve internal security against insurgents, secessionist and terrorist. 10 DEFINITION OF TERMS

11  RA 6975 (DILG Act of 1990) - mandated the DILG with the PRIMARY ROLE of preserving Internal Security Operations (ISO).  RA 8551 (The PNP Reform Act of 1998) - transferred the LEAD ROLE in preserving internal security from DILG to AFP.  EO mandated the PNP to undertake ACTIVE SUPPORT role to the AFP in ISO. 11 B A C K G R O U N D

12  Recognizing the indispensable role of LGUs  Empowering the Community  Supporting the Government’s Peace Initiatives  Multi-stakeholder collaboration in peace building  Adherence to the rule of law, human rights and social justice 12 STRATEGIC CONCEPT OF INTERNAL SECURITY IN BARANGAY LEVELS

13  Executive Order No mandates the PNP to undertake ACTIVE SUPPORT role to the AFP in ISO. 13 LEAD ROLE ACTIVE SUPPORT ROLE

14  The PNP shall continue its regular law enforcement functions.  PNP units may either operate as part of a joint AFP-PNP force or as a single force.  The PNP SAF shall be deployed where and when the prevailing situation so deems it necessary. 14

15 15  Shift in strategy from security operation to law enforcement.  The strategy requires integrated law enforcement operations, synergy of action and inter-operability among and between PNP and AFP units. It entails treating targets as violators of the law.

16  JPSCC as the principal venue or mechanism in the integration of efforts by the AFP and the PNP.  Main platform of coordination for peace and security concerns of the AFP and the PNP. 16

17 PNP’s Internal Security Operation (ISO) Campaign Plan “SAMAHAN 2011” 17

18 OBJECTIVES  Creation of communities of peace and order  Well-coordinated effort with the Peace and Order Councils  Multi-stakeholder partnerships  PNP and AFP in the anti-insurgency program  Police service that enforces the law without fear or favor. 18 SAMAHAN 2011

19 STRATEGIC CONCEPT  Recognizing the indispensable role of LGUs through the POC  Empowering the Community  Supporting the Government’s Peace Initiatives  Multi-stakeholder collaboration in peace building  Strategic partner of the AFP  Adherence to the Rule of Law, Human Rights and Social Justice  Initiation of Broader Legal Measures  Transforming the PNP into a Highly Capable, Effective and Credible Police Force 19 SAMAHAN 2011

20 20 PNP’s RESPONSE TO TERRORISM “To know the enemy and identify their potential targets” “Making it difficult for terrorist to succeed in their targets” “To manage effectively the incident and mitigate the effects of the blast”

21 21 Three-Tiered Defense System The PNP adopted the Three-Tiered Defense System as its anti- terrorism strategy in partnership with other law enforcement agencies, the AFP, LGUs, NGAs, NGOs and the community. TARGET HARDENING INTELLIGENCE INCIDENT MANAGEMENT PNP’s THREE-TIERED DEFENSE SYSTEM (TTDS)

22 22 The TTDS rests on a foundation of community partnership with the involvement of the entire society. Partnership amongst law enforcement agencies, local government units and the private sector, as well as the community is necessary. TARGET HARDENING INTELLIGENCE INCIDENT MANAGEMENT PNP’s THREE-TIERED DEFENSE SYSTEM (TTDS)

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