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Palawan municipal police stations pass PGS proficiency audit

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By Leila B. Dagot (LBD/PIAMIMAROPA-Palawan)

PUERTO PRINCESA, Palawan (PIA) --- All of the lower units of Palawan Police Provincial Office (PPO) passed the performance audit in the proficiency stage of the Performance Governance System (PGS) conducted by the Regional Police Office (PRO) – Mimaropa on recently at A & A Plaza Hotel in Puerto Princesa City.

Police Lieutenant Colonel Socrates Faltado, information officer of PRO and assistant team leader of the audit team, said most of the municipal police stations (MPS) in Palawan got the rating of best practice and some of them placed in good progress.

“On the results of our PGS performance audit, most of the stations got a good remark, it’s just goes to show that towards institutionalization, which is the fourth and final stage of the PGS, our commanders, the COPs (chiefs of police) would be very accurate in presenting issues of the community surrounding the unit in terms of crime prevention, crime solution, because of the sustainability of the PGS,“ Faltado said.

The audit is the process of the proficiency evaluation stage, covering the performances since year 2015 up to present.

In this stage, Rizal MPS got the highest rating with the score of 4.64, followed by Quezon MPS with 4.61, Aborlan MPS with 4.59, Narra – 4.47, San Vicente – 4.44, Cuyo MPS – 4.41, Bataraza and Linapacan tied in the score of 4.40, Busuanga and Coron also tied at the score of 4.39, Dumaran, 4.37, Kalayaan – 4.36, and Roxas – 4.33.

The three MPS: Araceli, Brooke’s Point and Sofronio Española tied at the score of 4.32; while the Police Mobile Force Company (PMFC) got 4.29; Magsaysay- 4.24; Balabac - 4.22; Agutaya and Culion – 4.1; Cagayancillo – 4.12; and El Nido MPS got the lowest with the score of 3.89.

Faltado explains PGS or otherwise known as the Philippine National Police (PNP) Peace and Order Agenda for Transformation and Upholding of the Rule of Law (P.A.T.R.O.L) Plan 2030, is the organization’s strategy endeavors for real and lasting transformation through adaptation of the balanced scorecard as a management and measurement tool in order to attain its vision of becoming a highly capable, effective and credible police service.

“Documentation is very important because these are the evidences of performance that can be analyzed over time,” Faltado said, prompting all police personnel in the MPS the importance of documentation to evaluate their performances.