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  • Writer's pictureMenchie Kinao

Baguio City Police Office first to institutionalize PATROL Plan 2030, receives Gold Eagle Award

Baguio City, Philippines – Mayor Benjamin Magalong lauded the city police force of Baguio for their outstanding commitment and support in the effective implementation of PATROL Plan 2030, therefore receiving Golden Eagle Award, the highest recognition in the final institutionalization stage of the Performance Governance System (PGS).

The Golden Eagle Award was given by Philippine National Police and was handed to Baguio City Police Office by Magalong. The said unit is the first City Police Office in the country to receive the award after institutionalizing its PATROL Plan 2030.

PATROL which stands for Peace and Order Agenda for Transformation and upholding of the Rule-Of-Law is the upgraded version of the integrated Transformation Program-Performance Governance System of the Philippine National Police that tracks the organization’s reshaping to become better in providing public service.

Through the PATROL plan, the PNP established a quantifiable tool in measuring accomplishments, plans, programs, and activities embodied in its agency scorecard to ensure continuity and sustainability of change and transformation.

The BCPO garnered Institutionalization Evaluation Process (IEP) rating of 96.03%, according to PRO-COR. The evaluation was conducted by an audit team from Camp Crame, PRO-COR and PNP Regional Advisory Group.

The institutionalized status of BCPO was presented by Mayor Magalong during the conferment ceremony held Monday, September 5 at the Multi-Purpose Gym, Camp Major Bado Dangwa, La Trinidad, Benguet.

“I would like to congratulate the City Police Office because this is historical. The first City Police Office that was able to institutionalize the Patrol Plan 2030…I feel proud that slowly, we’re transforming the Baguio City Police Office and not only that, we’re changing the image of the Philippine National Police,” expressed the city top official.

Magalong likewise acknowledged the members of the command group, the top management of the PNP, the leaders in BCPO, and the members of the advisory group who made significant contribution to the recent achievement of the city cops.


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