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Department of interior and local government

  1. 1.  The Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) seal/logo shows a sun draped by a dove-shaped flag, to symbolize peace and security. It occupies a prominent place in the center of the design to reflect Government's concern in bringing about a peaceful and secure community through the Department and its attached agencies.
  2. 2.  The symbol manifests DILG's commitment to defend the Constitution of the Republic. The shield (for protection) has three stars representing Luzon, Visayas, Mindanao. The figure of people in a circle, touching hands, represents the regions of the country and typifies the capacity- building and institutional development role of the Department, and the necessity for teamwork and collaboration in the performance of its functions.
  3. 3.  Date Formed: March 22, 1897  Headquarters: A. FRANCISCO GOLD CONDOMINIUM II,EDSA COR. MAPAGMAHAL STREET, DILIMAN,QUEZON CITY  Annual Budget: P91.7 BILLION AS OF 2013  Department Executive: SEC. MANUEL ROXAS II
  4. 4.  The present DILG traces it’s roots from the Philippine Revolution of 1897.  On March 22, 1897, the Katipunan Government established the first Department of Interior at the Tejeros Convention.  In 1950, the Department was abolished and its functions were transferred to the Office of Local Government (later renamed Local Government and Civil Affairs Office) under the Office of the President.  In 1972, Presidential Decree No. 1 created the Department of Local Government and Community Development (DLDCD).
  5. 5.  In 1982, the DLDCD was reorganized and renamed Ministry of Local Government (MLG) by virtue of Executive Order No. 777  In 1987, MLG was renamed Department of Local Government (DLG) by virtue of Executive Order No. 262  Finally, on December 13, 1990, the DLG underwent reorganization into what is known as the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) by virtue of Republic Act 6975.
  6. 6.  Republic Act 6975 also created the Philippine National Police (PNP) out of the Philippine Constabulary – Integrated National Police (PC – INP) which, together with the National Police Commission was integrated under the new DILG are the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP), Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP) and the Philippine Public Safety College.  The passage of RA 6975 paved the way for the union of the local governments and the police force after more than 40 years of separation. Today, the Department faces a new era of meeting the challenges of local autonomy, peace and order and public safety.
  7. 7. VISION The Department is primary catalyst for excellence in local governance that nurtures self – reliant, progressive, orderly, safe and globally competitive communities sustained by God – centered and empowered citizenry. MISSION The Department shall promote peace and order, ensure public safety, strengthen capability of local government units through active people participation and professionalized corps of civil servants.
  8. 8. GOALS 1. Peaceful, safe, self – reliant and development – dominated communities. 2. Improve performance of local governments in governance, administration, social and economic development and environmental management. 3. Sustain peace and order condition and ensure public safety.
  9. 9. MISSION 1. Reduce crime incidents and improve crime solution efficiency 2. Improve jail management and penology services 3. Improve fire protection 4. Continue professionalization of PNP, BJMP, and BFP personnel and services 5. Enhance LGU capacities to improve their performance and enable them to effectively and efficiently deliver services to their constituents 6. Continue to initiate policy reforms in support of local autonomy.
  10. 10. POWERS and FUNCTIONS 1. Assist the President in the exercise of general supervision over local governments 2. Advise the President in the promulgation of policies, rules, regulations and other issuances on the general supervision over local governments and on public order and safety. 3. Establish and prescribe rules, regulations and other issuances implementing laws on public order and safety, the general supervision over local governments and the promotion of local autonomy and community empowerment and monitor compliance thereof;
  11. 11. 5. Provide assistance towards legislation regarding local governments, law enforcement and public safety; Establish and prescribe plans, policies, programs and projects to promote peace and order, ensure public safety and further strengthen the administrative, technical and fiscal capabilities of local government offices and personnel; 6. Formulate plans, policies and programs which will meet local emergencies arising from natural and man – made disasters; establish a system of coordination and cooperation among the citizenry, local executives and the Department, to ensure effective and efficient delivery of basic services to the public; 7. Organize, train and equip primarily for the performance of police functions, a police force that is national in scope and civilian in character.
  12. 12. KEY OFFICIALS Office of the Secretary Mar Roxas – Department Secretary Aty. Ma. Perpetua Unico – Head Executive Assistant Undersecretary Austere Oanadero, CESO I – Undersecretary for Local Government Atty. Rafael Antonio Santos – Undersecretary for Operations and Public Safety Francisco Fernandez – Undersecretary for Urban Poor, Informal Settler Families and other Special Concerns
  13. 13. ASSISTANT SECRETARIES Rolando Acosta, CESO II – Assistant Secretary for Policies, Plans and Programs (ASPPP) Ester Aldana, CESO II – Assistant Secretary for Finance and Comptrollership and Assistant Secretary for Administration Nariman Ambolodto – Assistant Secretary for Muslim Affairs and Special Concerns
  15. 15. LEAGUES