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Republic of the Philippines


NATIONAL POLICE COMMISSION
NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS PHILIPPINE NATIONAL POLICE
OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY CHIEF, PNP FOR OPERATIONS
Camp Crame, Quezon City

command memorandum circular


no.

SUBJECT: P.A.T.R.O.L Plan 2030 Advance "e-Learning"

TO : See Distribution

DATE : ftwcuy M,

1. REFERENCES:

a. PNP Peace and Order Agenda for Transformation and Upholding of the
Rule of Law (P.A.T.R.O.L) Plan 2030;
b. Chief, PNP's Strategic Focus, "CODE-P: 2013 and Beyond";
c. LOI 02/2012 (Communications Plan "PNP P.A.T.R.O.L. Plan 2030:
Peace and order Agenda for Transformation and upholding of the Rule-
of-Law"); and
d. Chief, PNP's guidance for the continuous implementation of "e-Learning"
during the 16th NAGPTD Regular Meeting on August 5, 2014 at the
Camp Crame MPC, to enhance PNP personnel understanding.

2. PURPOSE:

This Command Memorandum Circular (CMC) provides guidelines in the


implementation of the PNP P.A.T.R.O.L. Plan 2030 Advance "e-Learning" designed to
enhance the level of understanding, acceptance, and quality of participation in the
implementation of the transformation agenda of all PNP personnel (Uniformed and Non-
Uniformed), from the officers of the top management level down to the lowest personnel
of every PNP office/unit nationwide. The Advance "e-Learning" shall be implemented
from January to April 2015.

3. SITUATION:

The PNP has embarked to attain significant milestones in its pursuit for
genuine transformation, one of which is the "Institutionalized" status in the Performance
Governance System. Critical to the attainment of Institutionalization is ensuring a high
level of buy-in among PNP personnel.

To this end, the "e-Learning" project was formulated and implemented in PRO
COR in 2012. Subsequently, it was also implemented in CIDG in 2013. The "e-
Learning" consisted of six modules about the PNP P.A.T.R.O.L. Plan 2030. Personnel
were able to access the learning modules online and were able to take the
corresponding proctored exams in their places of assignment.

Due to its success as a best practice, it was adopted and implemented PNP-
wide as the PNP P.A.T.R.O.L. Plan 2030 Basic "e-Learning" from April to October 2014.

As a follow-through to the Basic "e-Learning," the CPSM and CIDG have


formulated the Advance "e-Learning" consisting of new modules and better systems to
further enhance the knowledge of PNP personnel on the cascading and implementation
of the P.A.T.R.O.L. Plan 2030.
4. MISSION:

The Advance "e-Learning" is designed to ensure in-depth understanding


among all PNP personnel regarding PNP P.A.T.R.O.L Plan 2030 topics such as
Developing Charter Statement and Strategy Map; Scorecard and Dashboard
Formulation; Personal Charter Statement and Scorecard; Key Roles of the Technical
Working Group, National Advisory Group for Police Transformation and Development,
and Center for Police Strategy Management; Steps in conducting Strategy and
Operations Review, Operations Review Matrix, and CODE-P.

5. EXECUTION:

a. Concept of Operations

In the pursuit of the above-stated purpose, the following procedures shall be


implemented:

1) All PNP personnel at the National Headquarters, National Support


Units and all Police Regional Offices down to the Police Stations
shall undergo the Advance "e-Learning";

2) The Basic "e-Learning" certificate is a requirement for PNP personnel


to undergo the Advance "e-Learning." Office/Unit heads must
account and provide CPSM with the list for personnel who have not
undergone the Basic "e-Learning" and indicate the reasons therein
such as new recruits and personnel returning from UN deployment.
Those with justifiable reasons will be scheduled for Basic "e-
Leaming" examination;

3) P.A.T.R.O.L. Plan 2030 Unit Focal Persons and Police Strategy


Management Unit members shall serve as authorized proctors in the
conduct of examinations;

4) The Advance "e-Learning" shall be uploaded online at ela.pulis.net


and commanders of PNP offices/units are required to ensure
compliance of their personnel with the following timetable:

a) Completion Date for D-Staff offices is on February 27,2015;

b) Completion Date for Command Group and P-Staff Offices is on


March 30, 2015, and

c) Completion Dates for NSUs and PROs are the following:


i. February 27,2015 - 25%
ii. March 30, 2015 - 65%
Hi. April 30,2015 - 100%

b. Tasks

1) CPSM

a) Overall OPR for the implementation of P.A.T.R.O.L Plan 2030


Advance "e-Learning";

b) Monitor the proper implementation and compliance of this CMC;

c) Provide weekly feedback to heads of PNP offices/units regarding


the status of compliances;
d) Provide weekly report to the Chairman, TWG on the P.A.T.R.O.L
Plan 2030 and the PNP Command Group; and

e) Perform other tasks as directed.

2) CIDG

a) Assist CPSM in the computer programming of the Advance "e-


Learning"; and

b) Perform other tasks as directed.

3) TDC

a) Provide necessary fund support for the implementation of this


CMC; and

b) Perform other tasks as directed.

4) Directors, D-Staff, P-Staff and NSUs; AdmOs of OCPNP, OTDCA,


OTDCO and OTCDS

a) Ensure compliance of this CMC in their respective offices/units;

b) Provide CPSM with updated list of P.A.T.R.O.L Plan 2030 focal


persons and members of PSMUs who will be designated as the
authorized proctors in the conduct of the examinations via email
address pnp.elearninq(a).qmail.com;

c) Provide CPSM an up-to-date strength of PNP personnel assigned


in their respective offices;

d) Submit monthly report to CPSM on February 27 and March 30,


2015 regarding status of compliances based on the roster of
personnel and the list of passers provided by CPSM; as well as
the final report to Chief, PNP on April 30, 2015; and

e) Perform other tasks as directed.

5) RDs, PROs

a) Ensure compliance of this CMC in their respective offices/units;

b) Collate updated list of RHQ, RPSB, PPO, CPO, CPS and MPS
PSMU personnel who will be designated as the authorized
proctors and send the list via email to pnp.elearninq(6>qmai!.com;

c) Provide CPSM an up-to-date strength of PNP personnel assigned


in their respective offices;

d) Supervise the compliance of subordinate units;

e) Submit monthly report to CPSM on February 27 and March 30,


2015 regarding status of compliances based on the roster of
personnel and the list of passers provided by CPSM; as well as
the final report to Chief, PNP on April 30, 2015; and

f) Perform other tasks as directed.


c. Coordinating Instructions

1) Inquiries regarding access to the e-learning website and issues with


availability of internet access must be directed to Mr. Roy Nobres
through email address srov.nobresj&cida.pnD.gov.oh

2) Inquiries regarding admin matters must be directed to PCI


JONATHAN PA-AC PABLITO through CP No. +639222138918 and
email address pnp.elearninq(3).qmail.com; and

3) Lateral coordination is authorized.

6. SANCTIONS:

Any PNP uniformed or non-uniformed personnel who fails to take the "e-
Learning" examination shall not be granted performance-based bonus (PBB).
Furthermore, failure to take "Advance e-learning" is a basis for non-consideration for
placement and promotion.

7. RESCISSION:

All existing directives and other issuances which are contrary to or


inconsistent with this directive are hereby rescinded or modified accordingly.

8. EFFECTIVITY:

This CMC shall take effect immediately.

LEON IAS ESPINA


Police irector General
Officer-! rge, PNP

Distribution:

D-Staff (including DiPOs)


P-Staff
Dirs, NSUs
RDs, PROs

Copy Furnished:

Command Group
SPA to SILG