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EO 11- City Peace and Order Council

Series 2010 


WHEREAS, the threat to peace and order posed by criminality and terrorism requires the dedicated efforts of all government official and citizens;

WHEREAS, government efforts at peace and order need to be fully coordinated to effectively prevent and suppress criminality and to maintain public order and safety in the land;

WHEREAS, the participation of the citizenry in peace and order is of critical importance;

NOW, THEREFORE, I, JAPAL J. GUIANI, JR., Mayor of Cotabato City, by virtue of the powers vested in me by the Constitution and the laws, do order and direct the following:

SECTION 1. Reorganization of the City Peace and Order Council. — The City Peace and Order Council (CPOC) is hereby reorganized to be constituted as follows:

Chairman -         HON. JAPAL J. GUIANI, JR.
City Mayor
Vice Chairman - HON. MUSLIMIN G. SEMA
City Vice Mayor

Members -          City Administrator

Secretary to the City Mayor

City Councilor (Chairman, SP Committee on Police)

City Councilor (Chairman, SP Committee on Finance)

Majority Floor Leader, Sangguniang Panlungsod

Minority Floor Leader, Sangguniang Panlungsod

President, Liga ng mga Barangay

President, Sangguniang Kabataan Federation

City Director, Dept. of the Interior and Local Government

City Director, Cotabato City Police Office

Group Commander, Task Group Tugis

City Fiscal

City Social Welfare and Development Officer

City Engineer

City Health Officer

City Planning and Development Coordinator

City Schools Division Superintendent

City Fire Marshall

Community Environment and Natural Resources Officer

Regional Director, Phil. Drug Enforcement Agency

Regional Director, National Bureau of Investigation

Regional Director, Commission on Human Rights

Regional Director, PNP Crime Laboratory

Regional Director, PNP Criminal Investigation &

Detection Group

City Director, Public Attorney's Office

City Director, Department of Trade & Industry

City Parole and Probation Officer

Director, Office of Civil Defense

President, Cotabato Filipino-Chinese Volunteer Fire Brigade

Resident Manager, Cotabato Light and Power Company

General Manager, Metro Cotabato Water District

President, Cotabato Chamber of Commerce & Industry

President, Cotabato Muslim Chamber of Commerce

President, Cotabato Filipino-Chinese Chamber of Commerce

President, Metro Cotabato Chamber of Commerce

President, Kapisanan ng mga Brodkasters ng Pilipinas

President, National Union of Journalists of the Philippines

Representative, Urban Poor Organization

Representative, Transport Group

Representative, Christian Religious Group

Representative, Muslim Religious Group

All 37 Barangay Chairmen


SECTION 2. Duties and Functions of the City Peace and Order Council — The City Peace and Order Council shall have the following duties and functions:

a. Provide a forum for dialogue and deliberation of major issues and problems affecting peace and order, including insurgency and terrorism;

b. Recommend measures which will improve or enhance peace and order and public safety, including anti-insurgency and anti-terrorism measures;

c. Recommend measures to converge and orchestrate internal security operation efforts of civil authorities and agencies, military and police;

d. Make periodic assessments of the prevailing peace and order situation in the city; and,

e. Perform all other functions assigned by law.

SECTION 3. Peace and Order Council Secretariat. — There shall be a Peace and Order Council Secretariat which shall handle the administrative and technical activities of the City Peace and Order Council (CPOC). Specifically, the Secretariat shall prepare plans and programs for the consideration of the Council; supervise, direct and monitor, for the Council, implementation of approved policies, plans and programs; undertake liaisoning and coordination of activities with appropriate agencies of the government and provide a forum for interdisciplinary dialogue and deliberation of major issues and problems affecting peace and order.

        The City Director of the DILG shall act as the Secretary General, and shall be assisted by the Secretary to the City Mayor.

SECTION 4. Repealing Clause. — All prior issuances on the organization and functions of the Peace and Order Council inconsistent herewith shall be deemed superseded by this Order.

SECTION 5. Effectivity. This Executive Order shall take effect immediately.

Done this 2nd day of August 2010 at Cotabato City, Philippines.


City Mayor
Secretary to the City Mayor


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