Issue of October 7, 2018
     
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RDC says army should be in brgy peace force
by PIO release

The Regional Development Council (RDC) and the Regional Peace and Order Council (RPOC) passed a resolution requesting the National Peace and Order Council (NPOC) to amend some provisions of Executive Order 366, s. 1996 as amended by EO 773, s. 2009 so that the Philippine Army may be included in the Barangay Peace and Order Committee.

The RDC and RPOC joint resolution stated that the 5th Infantry Division of the Philippine Army based in Gamu, Isabela signified its intention to be a member of the peace and order councils in the barangay level.

The resolution noted that inclusion of the Armed Forces of the Philippines in the barangay level is necessary.

In EO 366, every barangay is mandated to create peace and order councils as the implementing arm of the city or municipal peace and order councils. It is composed of the punong barangay as the chairman, the chairman of the Sangguniang Kabataan, a member of the Lupong Tagapamayapa, a barangay tanod, a public school teacher, a representative of the inter-faith group, a senior citizen, at least three members of barangay-based anti-crime or neighborhood watch groups or a non-government organization representative well-known in the community and a policeman as members.

The resolution added that the peace and order councils were recognized to contribute to the mandate of the NPOC to respond to peace and order problems, to coordinate the implementation of peace and order plans, and to provide a forum for inter-disciplinary dialogue and deliberation of major issues and problems affecting peace and order.

The Local Government Code also calls for the reorganization of peace and order councils and mandates the organizations of the peace and order councils at the province, city and municipal levels.

The resolution will be transmitted to the NPOC after the same shall have been signed by the responsible officers leading the council.


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