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Crisis management presentation

  1. 1. Definition of CrisisCrisis situation that is threatening or couldthreaten to harm people or property seriouslyinterrupt business, damage reputation and / ornegatively impact share value. Crisis management - is a process designed to prevent or lessen the damage a crisis can inflict on an organization and its stakeholders.
  2. 2. FRAME WORK FOR CRISIS MANAGEMENT Draft crisis management policy - Leadership commitment Policy - Generic guidelines for action Crisis management team - Leadership & plan for crisis - clarity roles & responsibilitiesCommunications strategy Partnership Ensure preparedness- infrastructure - Critical resources - Training programs- Connecting stakeholders - Timely help - Mock drills
  3. 3. The Cycle of identifying crisis Initiation of change Communication for change Preparedness For crisis Consolidation Crisis Of learning Resolution
  4. 4. Faster Disaster Management Program Disaster
  5. 5. Types Of Crisis1.Natural disaster2.Technological crises3.Confrontation4.Malevolence5.Crisis of skewed management value6.Crisis of deception7.Crisis of management misconduct
  6. 6. Lessons learned in crisis management1. Impact of catastrophes on shareholder value2. Bhopal disaster
  7. 7. Surveillance is the monitoring of the behavior,activities, or other changing information,usually of people and often in a secretmanner. It most usually refers to observationof individuals or groups by governmentorganizations,disease surveillance, for example, ismonitoring the progress of a disease in acommunityThe word surveillance comes from the French word for"watching over".
  8. 8. Types of Surveillance1. Computer surveillance
  9. 9. 2. Telephones and mobile telephones
  10. 10. Surveillance cameras
  11. 11. Biometric Surveillance
  12. 12. Aerial Surveillance
  13. 13. Corporate SurveillanceCorporate surveillance is themonitoring of a person or groupsbehavior by a corporation.
  14. 14. Controversy Surrounding SurveillanceSupport : “ZERO PRIVACY”Common Argument If you arent doing something wrong then you dont have anything to fear."
  15. 15. Counter Surveillance,Inverse Surveillance, Souls Surveillance,
  16. 16. Safe place to live, work and do business Effectively enforced Laws I C I O O N M N V P U T E E N Adopt best practice in E I S R T Community and nights L T Y Achieve excellence in I A Based policy supported I T R Performing the Integrated G G EBy appropriate information A I L Quad +’ Operations E A And communications N T O T I I technology C O N O E S N N S Attract and Train and develop a Uphold and promote of Institutionalize recruit the Well motivated and The principles of Living the Adequate package ofMost qualified Competent police Meritocracy and PNP core values Benefits and applicants service fitness remuneration Attain transparency and Attain financial and logistical Optimize utilization of financial Accountability in all financial Adequacy consistent with law and logistical resources And logistical transaction Sustain public information Sustain partnership and Attain positive performance to And dialogue collaboration Gain public trust and confidence
  17. 17. (P.G.S.)PERFORMANCE GOVERNANCE SYSTEM A GLOBALLY RECOGNIZEDGOVERNANCE MODEL SYSTEM
  18. 18. Imploring the aid of the Almighty, by2030, We shall be a highly capable,effective and credible police serviceworking in partnership with a responsivecommunity towards the attainment of asafer place to live, work, and dobusiness.
  19. 19. MISSION ENFORCE THE LAW,PREVENT, AND CONTROLCRIMES, MAINTAIN PEACE ANDORDER AND ENSURE PUBLICSAFETY AND INTERNALSECURITY WITH THE ACTIVESUPPORT OF THE COMMUNITY
  20. 20. PHILOSOPHYSERVICE HONOR AND JUSTICE
  21. 21. M AND ATE REPUBLIC ACT (R.A.) 6975 AS AMENDED BYREPUBLIC ACT 8551 ANDFURTHER AMENDED BYREPUBLIC ACT 9708
  22. 22. STRATEGIC PERSPEC TIVEI. STAKEHOLDERS SUPPORT A. Sustain Public Information and Dialogue. B. Sustain Partnership and collaboration. C. Attain Positive Performance to gain Public Trust and Confidence.
  23. 23. II. RESOURCE MANAGEMENT A. ATTAIN FINANCIAL AND LOGISTICAL ADEQUACY CONSISTENT WITH LAW. B. OPTIMIZE UTILIZATION OF FINANCIAL AND LOGISTICAL TRANSACTIONS. C. ATTAIN TRANSPARENCY AND ACCOUNTABILITY IN ALL FINANCIAL AND LOGISTICAL TRANSACTION.
  24. 24. III. LEARNING AND GROWTH A. ATTRACT AND RECRUIT THE MOST QUALIFIED APPLICANTS. B. TRAIN AND DEVELOP A WELL MOTIVATED AND COMPETENT POLI CE SERVICE. C. UPHOLD AND PROMOTE THE PRINCIPLES OF MENTOCRACY AND FITNESS. D. LIVING THE PNP CORE VALUES. E. INSTITUTIONALIZE ADEQUATE PACKAGE OF BENEFITS AND REMUNERATION.
  25. 25. IV. PROCESS EXCELLENCE A. ADOPT BEST PRACTICE IN COMMUNITY AND RIGHT BASED POLICING SUPPORTED BY APPROPRIATE INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY. 1. INTELLIGENCE 2. INVESTIGATION 3. OPERATION 4. COMMUNITY RELATION B. ACHIEVE EXCELLENCE IN PERFORMING THE INTEGRATED “QUAD+OPERATION”
  26. 26. V. COMMUNITY A. A SAFER PLACE TO LIVE, WORK, AND DO BUSINESS. B. EFFECTIVELY ENFORCE THE LAW. CORE VALUES MAKADIOS MAKATAO MAKABAYAN
  27. 27. PNP 6 C O RE M O RAL VALUES• LOVE OF GOD• SANCTITY OF MARRIAGE• SELFLESS LOVE• RESPECT FOR AUTHORITY• STEWARDSHIP/ RESPONSIBLE DOMINION OVER MATERIAL THINGS.6. WISDOM OF TRUTHFULNESS

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