Executive Order No. 12
Series of 2010
REORGANIZATION OF THE MUNICIPAL PEACE AND ORDER COUNCIL (MPOC) OTON, ILOILO
WHEREAS, the threat to peace and order posed by criminality, insurgence and subversion request the dedicated efforts of all government officials and citizens;
WHEREAS, it is the duty if the local governments, the law enforcement agencies, the prosecution services, and similar institution of the government to assist the chief executive in the proper enforcement of the laws and the administration of justice;
WHEREAS, due to the recently concluded local elections and in order to update its membership and composition, there is need to reorganize the Municipal Peace and Order Council (MPOC);
NOW THEREFORE, I, VICENTE B. FLORES, JR., Municipal Mayor, by virtue of the powers in me vested by law, do hereby order the reorganization of the MPOC of Oton, Iloilo to be composed of the following:
HON. VICENTE B. FLORES, JR.
HON. JOSE NEIL P. OLIVARES
Vice Chairman, Vice Mayor
HON. RODOLFO Z. ALCONGA, JR.
Member, SB Chair, Comm. on Peace and Order
HON. MARGARITO CLAVEL
Member, Mun. Liga President
HON. VIRGINIA F. OLIVARES
HON. MICHELLE BABIERA
Member, Youth Representative
MR. FELIMON GREGORIO M. CALVO
MRS. NINA JOY TAÑADA
PSI ESPERIDION R. BIADO III
Member, PNP Chief of Police
S/INSP ARNOLD PULIDO
SPO3 ROMEO SUMAGAYSAY
Member, Traffic Officer
MRS. GRACE NATALIE N. AZARRAGA
MR. EDMUNDO MIRASOL
Member, Educational Sector
MR. AGUSTIN TUBURAN
Member, Private Sector
MR. HONORIO SANDOVAL
Member, Pres. Oton Tanod Mun. Federation
MR. ALBERTO LEGISLADOR
Member, Senior Citizen
PASTOR JAMES LLAIT
Member, Chairman, Life Community Development Center
The council shall perform the following duties and functions:
1. Formulate plans and recommend measures that will improve and enhance peace and order and public safety in their respective areas of jurisdiction.
2. To monitor the implementation of peace and order programs and projects at the municipal level and the operation of the Civilian Volunteers Self-Defense Organization and such other
counter insurgency programs and activities.
3. Make periodic assessments of the prevailing peace and order situation in their respective areas of responsibility and submit a report therein with recommendations to the Chairman
of the National Peace and Order Council.
4. To receive complaints against government personnel, civilian or military and endorse the same to the agency concerned and demand/compel such agency to submit reports of action
This order shall take effective immediately.
Done this 26th day of July, 2010 at the Municipality of Oton, Iloilo, Philippines.
VICENTE B. FLORES, JR.