AGBILARAN CITY – The City’s Philippine National Police Advisory Council (CPNPCA) has set into motion the performance governance system (PGS) in a bid to extend help to the city police force especially on the latter’s peace and order efforts, police chief George Vale said. This came during the meeting held at JJs Seafood restaurant yesterday, attended by Advisory Council chair Atty. Lord Marapao IV and the council members.
“PGS is the Philippine adaptation of the balanced scorecard, a management tool used in tracking the organizations’s progress in attaining its vision by 2030.” In his power point presentation, PSInsp Desiree Lavisto pointed out the need to push for the realization of the four pillars of PGS, the initiation, compliance, profiency and institutionalization.
The Advisory Council is composed of various sectors, such as the religious, academe, the media, business, bankers and private sector. Atty. Marapao IV said that the Advisory Council agreed to meet once in every two months. He said that the structure and other matters involving the functions and duties of the council would tackled.
He said that to hasten every duty of each member of the Advisory Council he plans to create committees and presented this in its next meeting. The council has initially agreed that every act of the Advisory Council would be documented in the form of Resolutions.
Hose who attended the said meeting were Atty. Handel Lagunay, Engr. Jes Tirol, Romy Teruel, Ondoy Borja, Mr. Lim, bankers Deo Butawan and Rodney Lumuthang, Ric Obedencio and some police personnel aside from Atty. Marapao, Lavisto and Vale.
Meanwhile, Vale said that the Advisory Council is strongly supported by the present administration of City Mayor John Geesnell “Baba” Yap II and he’s hoping this will be sustained. (rvo)