Barangay-Based Institutions - Barangay Dos Quezon, Quezon

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Barangay-Based Institutions
Rationale
 With the desire to address so many concerns and bring
development at the barangay level, the government initiated
the creation of several barangay anti-crime bodies and
barangay-based development institutions mostly chaired by
the Punong Barangay himself. This has resulted to confusion,
overlapping of functions, uneconomical utilization of human,
material and financial resources, and undue burden to
barangay officials. Hence, rendering these bodies and
institutions non-functional.
Rationale
 There are only (2) very important committees in the
barangay namely: Peace and Order, and Development. All
other concerns relative to the welfare of the barangay would
fall into any of the said committees.
 It is through the expanded BPOC and BDC that a system of
coordinating the efforts of the anti-crime bodies, different
development institutions and citizens’ participation can be
established and maintained.
Expanded Barangay Peace and Order Committee
• Barangay Anti-Drug Abuse Committee
• Barangay Against Narcotics Abusers and Traffickers
• Barangay Human Rights Protection
• Barangay Disaster Committee
• Barangay Based Volunteer Service Responders Network
• Barangay Tanods
• Lupong Tagapamayapa
• Barangay Intelligence Information Network
Expanded Barangay Development Council
• Barangay Ecological Solid Waste Management Committee
• Barangay Health Workers
• Barangay Nutrition Committee
• Barangay Council for Women
• Barangay Council for the Protection of Children
• Senior Citizens Council
• Persons with Disability
• Barangay Physical Fitness and Sports Development Council
BARANGAY ASSEMBLY
Barangay Secretary
PUNONG BARANGAY
Barangay Treasurer
Sangguniang Barangay
Sangguniang Kabataan
Barangay Peace and Order Committee
BPOC Executive Committee
SECRETARIAT
Sub-Committee on Crime Prevention/ Drug Abuse Control
Brgy. Anti-Drug Abuse Council
Brgy. Against Narcotics Abusers & Traffickers
Sub-Committee on Human Rights Protection
Brgy, Human Rights Protection
Sub-Committee on Crisis Management
Brgy. Disaster Committee
Sub-Committee on Community Assistance and Response
Brgy-Based Volunteer Service Responders
Network
Barangay Tanods
Lupong Tagapamayapa
Sub-Committee on Crisis Management
Brgy. Disaster Committee
Barangay Development Council
BDC Executive Committee
SECRETARIAT
Sub-Committee on Health and Nutrition and
Environmental Protection
Brgy. Ecological Solid Waste Management Council
Brgy. Health Workers
Brgy. Nutrition Committee
Sub-Committee on Sectoral Concerns
Brgy. Council for Women
Brgy. Council for the Protection of Children
Senior Citizens Council
Persons with Disability
Sub-Committee on Sports and Physical Fitness
Brgy. Physical Fitness & Sports Development
Council
COMPOSITION, FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE EXPANDED
BARANGAY DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL
Functions:
1. Mobilize people’s participation in local development functions efforts;
2. Prepare Barangay Development Plans based on local requirements;
3. Monitor and evaluate the implementation of national or local
programs and projects; and
4. Perform such other functions as may be provided by law or competent
authority.
Composition:
 Members of the Sangguniang Barangay;
 Representatives of non-governmental organizations operating in the
Barangay, who shall constitute not less than ¼ of the members of the
fully organized council;
 A representative of congressman.
COMPOSITION, FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE EXPANDED
BARANGAY DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL
Executive Committee:
 Punong Barangay – Chairman;
 Heads of the Sub-Committees under BDC.
BDC Secretariat:
 Barangay Secretary
 Barangay Treasurer
 NGO Representative
COMPOSITION, FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE EXPANDED
BARANGAY PEACE AND ORDER COMMITTEE
Functions:
1.
Monitor and coordinate the implementation of Peace and Order programs and projects at the
Barangay level;
2.
Serves as an information-gathering mechanism;
3.
Monitor and check the nefarious activities of criminal elements;
4.
Identify barangay constituents with strong deviant behavior for referral to appropriate authorities;
5.
Maintain continuing dialogue, close coordination and rapport with the higher levels of peace and
order and public safety in the area of responsibility;
6.
Formulate plans and recommend such measures which will improve or enhance peace and order
and public safety in their area of responsibility;
7.
Monitor, coordinate and supervise the operation of all community based anti-crime movements
within the barangay;
8.
Make periodic assessment of prevailing peace and order situation in their respective areas of
responsibility and submit report with appropriate recommendations to the higher level Peace and
Order Council; and
9.
Perform such other functions which may be assigned by higher level peace and order councils.
COMPOSITION, FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE EXPANDED
BARANGAY PEACE AND ORDER COMMITTEE
Composition:
 Punong Barangay – Chairman
 Chairman of the Sangguniang Kabataan
 Member of Lupon Tagapamayapa to be designated by the Punong Barangay
 Barangay Tanod to be designated by the Punong Barangay
 Public School Teacher to be designated by the school principal
 Representative of Interfaith Group
 A Senior Citizen
 At least three (3) members of existing Barangay-Based anti-crime or
Neighborhood Watch Groups or NGO representative well-known in his
community
 A PNP Officer (to be designated by the Chief of Police of the corresponding
city/municipality)
COMPOSITION, FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE EXPANDED
BARANGAY PEACE AND ORDER COMMITTEE
Executive Committee :
 Punong Barangay – Chairman
 Heads of the Subcommittees under BPOC
BPOC Secretariat:
 Barangay Secretary
 Barangay Treasurer
 NGO Representative

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