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  1. 1. ADMINISTRATOR Acts as Head of the Agency and Executive Officer of the Administration TECHNICAL STAFF Acts as service arm of the Board of Pardons and Parole in the supervision of parolees and pardonees. PLANNING STAFF Develops plans, programs and conducts research towards economical, efficient and effective operation and implementation of P.D. 968 as amended . DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR Assists the Administrator and performs such duties as may be assigned by the Administrator ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION Provides the Administration with well - planned, directed and coordinated services relating to personnel, records, supplies and equipment, disbursement, security and janitor/messengerial services and public information dissemination. FINANCIAL AND MANAGEMENT DIVISION Provides financial support to all units of the Agency and implement policies and procedures on financial management in accordance with the government rules and regulations TRAINING DIVISION Develops, conducts, monitors and evaluates training programs for improved job performance of the line and staff personnel of the Agency; develops modules for training of community volunteers; facilities and monitors attendance of official and employees in training programs sponsored by other agencies/organizations. COMMUNITY SERVICES DIVISION Assists in the establishment/ development of facilities, programs and services for the rehabilitation of probationers/parolees/pardonees utilizing community resources; provides technical and consulative services to operating units and offices of the Administration; screens and recommends for appointment of VPAs. CLINICAL SERVICES DIVISION Provides the Administration with effective diagnostics/evaluation and therapy/management of PPA employeess and their dependents, petitioners, probationers, parolees, pardonees which include psychiatric, medical, dental, psychological and social services. LEGAL AND INSPECTION DIVISION Provides various units of the Administration with legal advice; prepares opinions on questions of law that may arise in the implementation of P.D. 968 as amended; causes the inspection and audit of activities and operation of field offices; conducts preliminary investigation of administrative complaints. CASE MANAGEMENT AND RECORDS DIVISION Provides technical services assistance to field offices in improving investigation procedures/supervision over probationers and their services to the courts; conducts studies on caseloads, caseworks services and procedures in case management, maintains central files of records of petitioners/probationers/parolees/ pardonees (clients) and establishes linkages with criminal justice pillars for improvement of caseload management. REGIONAL PAROLE AND PROBATION OFFICES Exercise supervision and control over all Provincial/City Parole and Probation Offices within the jurisdiction and performs such duties as may be assigned by the Administrator PROVINCIAL/CITY PAROLE AND PROBATION OFFICE Undertake the investigation of petitioners for probation referred by the courts for PSIRs; supervise probationers/parolees/pardonees and perform such other duties as may be assigned by the Administrator PAROLE AND PROBATION ADMINISTRATION FUNCTIONAL CHART
  2. 2. ADMINISTRATOR Acts as Head of the Agency and Executive Officer of the Administration TECHNICAL STAFF Acts as service arm of the Board of Pardons and Parole in the supervision of parolees and pardonees. PLANNING STAFF Develops plans, programs and conducts research towards economical, efficient and effective operation and implementation of P.D. 968 as amended . DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR Assists the Administrator and performs such duties as may be assigned by the Administrator ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION Provides the Administration with well - planned, directed and coordinated services relating to personnel, records, supplies and equipment, disbursement, security and janitor/messengerial services and public information dissemination. FINANCIAL AND MANAGEMENT DIVISION Provides financial support to all units of the Agency and implement policies and procedures on financial management in accordance with the government rules and regulations TRAINING DIVISION Develops, conducts, monitors and evaluates training programs for improved job performance of the line and staff personnel of the Agency; develops modules for training of community volunteers; facilities and monitors attendance of official and employees in training programs sponsored by other agencies/organizations. COMMUNITY SERVICES DIVISION Assists in the establishment/ development of facilities, programs and services for the rehabilitation of probationers/parolees/pardonees utilizing community resources; provides technical and consulative services to operating units and offices of the Administration; screens and recommends for appointment of VPAs. CLINICAL SERVICES DIVISION Provides the Administration with effective diagnostics/evaluation and therapy/management of PPA employeess and their dependents, petitioners, probationers, parolees, pardonees which include psychiatric, medical, dental, psychological and social services. LEGAL AND INSPECTION DIVISION Provides various units of the Administration with legal advice; prepares opinions on questions of law that may arise in the implementation of P.D. 968 as amended; causes the inspection and audit of activities and operation of field offices; conducts preliminary investigation of administrative complaints. CASE MANAGEMENT AND RECORDS DIVISION Provides technical services assistance to field offices in improving investigation procedures/supervision over probationers and their services to the courts; conducts studies on caseloads, caseworks services and procedures in case management, maintains central files of records of petitioners/probationers/parolees/ pardonees (clients) and establishes linkages with criminal justice pillars for improvement of caseload management. REGIONAL PAROLE AND PROBATION OFFICES Exercise supervision and control over all Provincial/City Parole and Probation Offices within the jurisdiction and performs such duties as may be assigned by the Administrator PROVINCIAL/CITY PAROLE AND PROBATION OFFICE Undertake the investigation of petitioners for probation referred by the courts for PSIRs; supervise probationers/parolees/pardonees and perform such other duties as may be assigned by the Administrator PAROLE AND PROBATION ADMINISTRATION FUNCTIONAL CHART ADMINISTRATOR Acts as Head of the Agency and Executive Officer of the Administration .
  3. 3. ADMINISTRATOR Acts as Head of the Agency and Executive Officer of the Administration TECHNICAL STAFF Acts as service arm of the Board of Pardons and Parole in the supervision of parolees and pardonees. PLANNING STAFF Develops plans, programs and conducts research towards economical, efficient and effective operation and implementation of P.D. 968 as amended . DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR Assists the Administrator and performs such duties as may be assigned by the Administrator ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION Provides the Administration with well - planned, directed and coordinated services relating to personnel, records, supplies and equipment, disbursement, security and janitor/messengerial services and public information dissemination. FINANCIAL AND MANAGEMENT DIVISION Provides financial support to all units of the Agency and implement policies and procedures on financial management in accordance with the government rules and regulations TRAINING DIVISION Develops, conducts, monitors and evaluates training programs for improved job performance of the line and staff personnel of the Agency; develops modules for training of community volunteers; facilities and monitors attendance of official and employees in training programs sponsored by other agencies/organizations. COMMUNITY SERVICES DIVISION Assists in the establishment/ development of facilities, programs and services for the rehabilitation of probationers/parolees/pardonees utilizing community resources; provides technical and consulative services to operating units and offices of the Administration; screens and recommends for appointment of VPAs. CLINICAL SERVICES DIVISION Provides the Administration with effective diagnostics/evaluation and therapy/management of PPA employeess and their dependents, petitioners, probationers, parolees, pardonees which include psychiatric, medical, dental, psychological and social services. LEGAL AND INSPECTION DIVISION Provides various units of the Administration with legal advice; prepares opinions on questions of law that may arise in the implementation of P.D. 968 as amended; causes the inspection and audit of activities and operation of field offices; conducts preliminary investigation of administrative complaints. CASE MANAGEMENT AND RECORDS DIVISION Provides technical services assistance to field offices in improving investigation procedures/supervision over probationers and their services to the courts; conducts studies on caseloads, caseworks services and procedures in case management, maintains central files of records of petitioners/probationers/parolees/ pardonees (clients) and establishes linkages with criminal justice pillars for improvement of caseload management. REGIONAL PAROLE AND PROBATION OFFICES Exercise supervision and control over all Provincial/City Parole and Probation Offices within the jurisdiction and performs such duties as may be assigned by the Administrator PROVINCIAL/CITY PAROLE AND PROBATION OFFICE Undertake the investigation of petitioners for probation referred by the courts for PSIRs; supervise probationers/parolees/pardonees and perform such other duties as may be assigned by the Administrator PAROLE AND PROBATION ADMINISTRATION FUNCTIONAL CHART PLANNING STAFF Develops plans, programs and conducts research towards economical, efficient and effective operation and implementation of P.D. 968 as amended.
  4. 4. ADMINISTRATOR Acts as Head of the Agency and Executive Officer of the Administration TECHNICAL STAFF Acts as service arm of the Board of Pardons and Parole in the supervision of parolees and pardonees. PLANNING STAFF Develops plans, programs and conducts research towards economical, efficient and effective operation and implementation of P.D. 968 as amended . DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR Assists the Administrator and performs such duties as may be assigned by the Administrator ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION Provides the Administration with well - planned, directed and coordinated services relating to personnel, records, supplies and equipment, disbursement, security and janitor/messengerial services and public information dissemination. FINANCIAL AND MANAGEMENT DIVISION Provides financial support to all units of the Agency and implement policies and procedures on financial management in accordance with the government rules and regulations TRAINING DIVISION Develops, conducts, monitors and evaluates training programs for improved job performance of the line and staff personnel of the Agency; develops modules for training of community volunteers; facilities and monitors attendance of official and employees in training programs sponsored by other agencies/organizations. COMMUNITY SERVICES DIVISION Assists in the establishment/ development of facilities, programs and services for the rehabilitation of probationers/parolees/pardonees utilizing community resources; provides technical and consulative services to operating units and offices of the Administration; screens and recommends for appointment of VPAs. CLINICAL SERVICES DIVISION Provides the Administration with effective diagnostics/evaluation and therapy/management of PPA employeess and their dependents, petitioners, probationers, parolees, pardonees which include psychiatric, medical, dental, psychological and social services. LEGAL AND INSPECTION DIVISION Provides various units of the Administration with legal advice; prepares opinions on questions of law that may arise in the implementation of P.D. 968 as amended; causes the inspection and audit of activities and operation of field offices; conducts preliminary investigation of administrative complaints. CASE MANAGEMENT AND RECORDS DIVISION Provides technical services assistance to field offices in improving investigation procedures/supervision over probationers and their services to the courts; conducts studies on caseloads, caseworks services and procedures in case management, maintains central files of records of petitioners/probationers/parolees/ pardonees (clients) and establishes linkages with criminal justice pillars for improvement of caseload management. REGIONAL PAROLE AND PROBATION OFFICES Exercise supervision and control over all Provincial/City Parole and Probation Offices within the jurisdiction and performs such duties as may be assigned by the Administrator PROVINCIAL/CITY PAROLE AND PROBATION OFFICE Undertake the investigation of petitioners for probation referred by the courts for PSIRs; supervise probationers/parolees/pardonees and perform such other duties as may be assigned by the Administrator PAROLE AND PROBATION ADMINISTRATION FUNCTIONAL CHART TECHNICAL STAFF Acts as service arm of the Board of Pardons and Parole in the supervision of parolees and pardonees.
  5. 5. ADMINISTRATOR Acts as Head of the Agency and Executive Officer of the Administration TECHNICAL STAFF Acts as service arm of the Board of Pardons and Parole in the supervision of parolees and pardonees. PLANNING STAFF Develops plans, programs and conducts research towards economical, efficient and effective operation and implementation of P.D. 968 as amended . DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR Assists the Administrator and performs such duties as may be assigned by the Administrator ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION Provides the Administration with well - planned, directed and coordinated services relating to personnel, records, supplies and equipment, disbursement, security and janitor/messengerial services and public information dissemination. FINANCIAL AND MANAGEMENT DIVISION Provides financial support to all units of the Agency and implement policies and procedures on financial management in accordance with the government rules and regulations TRAINING DIVISION Develops, conducts, monitors and evaluates training programs for improved job performance of the line and staff personnel of the Agency; develops modules for training of community volunteers; facilities and monitors attendance of official and employees in training programs sponsored by other agencies/organizations. COMMUNITY SERVICES DIVISION Assists in the establishment/ development of facilities, programs and services for the rehabilitation of probationers/parolees/pardonees utilizing community resources; provides technical and consulative services to operating units and offices of the Administration; screens and recommends for appointment of VPAs. CLINICAL SERVICES DIVISION Provides the Administration with effective diagnostics/evaluation and therapy/management of PPA employeess and their dependents, petitioners, probationers, parolees, pardonees which include psychiatric, medical, dental, psychological and social services. LEGAL AND INSPECTION DIVISION Provides various units of the Administration with legal advice; prepares opinions on questions of law that may arise in the implementation of P.D. 968 as amended; causes the inspection and audit of activities and operation of field offices; conducts preliminary investigation of administrative complaints. CASE MANAGEMENT AND RECORDS DIVISION Provides technical services assistance to field offices in improving investigation procedures/supervision over probationers and their services to the courts; conducts studies on caseloads, caseworks services and procedures in case management, maintains central files of records of petitioners/probationers/parolees/ pardonees (clients) and establishes linkages with criminal justice pillars for improvement of caseload management. REGIONAL PAROLE AND PROBATION OFFICES Exercise supervision and control over all Provincial/City Parole and Probation Offices within the jurisdiction and performs such duties as may be assigned by the Administrator PROVINCIAL/CITY PAROLE AND PROBATION OFFICE Undertake the investigation of petitioners for probation referred by the courts for PSIRs; supervise probationers/parolees/pardonees and perform such other duties as may be assigned by the Administrator PAROLE AND PROBATION ADMINISTRATION FUNCTIONAL CHART DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR Assists the Administrator and performs such duties as may be assigned by the Administrator
  6. 6. ADMINISTRATOR Acts as Head of the Agency and Executive Officer of the Administration TECHNICAL STAFF Acts as service arm of the Board of Pardons and Parole in the supervision of parolees and pardonees. PLANNING STAFF Develops plans, programs and conducts research towards economical, efficient and effective operation and implementation of P.D. 968 as amended . DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR Assists the Administrator and performs such duties as may be assigned by the Administrator ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION Provides the Administration with well - planned, directed and coordinated services relating to personnel, records, supplies and equipment, disbursement, security and janitor/messengerial services and public information dissemination. FINANCIAL AND MANAGEMENT DIVISION Provides financial support to all units of the Agency and implement policies and procedures on financial management in accordance with the government rules and regulations TRAINING DIVISION Develops, conducts, monitors and evaluates training programs for improved job performance of the line and staff personnel of the Agency; develops modules for training of community volunteers; facilities and monitors attendance of official and employees in training programs sponsored by other agencies/organizations. COMMUNITY SERVICES DIVISION Assists in the establishment/ development of facilities, programs and services for the rehabilitation of probationers/parolees/pardonees utilizing community resources; provides technical and consulative services to operating units and offices of the Administration; screens and recommends for appointment of VPAs. CLINICAL SERVICES DIVISION Provides the Administration with effective diagnostics/evaluation and therapy/management of PPA employeess and their dependents, petitioners, probationers, parolees, pardonees which include psychiatric, medical, dental, psychological and social services. LEGAL AND INSPECTION DIVISION Provides various units of the Administration with legal advice; prepares opinions on questions of law that may arise in the implementation of P.D. 968 as amended; causes the inspection and audit of activities and operation of field offices; conducts preliminary investigation of administrative complaints. CASE MANAGEMENT AND RECORDS DIVISION Provides technical services assistance to field offices in improving investigation procedures/supervision over probationers and their services to the courts; conducts studies on caseloads, caseworks services and procedures in case management, maintains central files of records of petitioners/probationers/parolees/ pardonees (clients) and establishes linkages with criminal justice pillars for improvement of caseload management. REGIONAL PAROLE AND PROBATION OFFICES Exercise supervision and control over all Provincial/City Parole and Probation Offices within the jurisdiction and performs such duties as may be assigned by the Administrator PROVINCIAL/CITY PAROLE AND PROBATION OFFICE Undertake the investigation of petitioners for probation referred by the courts for PSIRs; supervise probationers/parolees/pardonees and perform such other duties as may be assigned by the Administrator PAROLE AND PROBATION ADMINISTRATION FUNCTIONAL CHART FINANCIAL AND MANAGEMENT DIVISION Provides financial support to all units of the Agency and implement policies and procedures on financial management in accordance with the government rules and regulations.
  7. 7. ADMINISTRATOR Acts as Head of the Agency and Executive Officer of the Administration TECHNICAL STAFF Acts as service arm of the Board of Pardons and Parole in the supervision of parolees and pardonees. PLANNING STAFF Develops plans, programs and conducts research towards economical, efficient and effective operation and implementation of P.D. 968 as amended . DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR Assists the Administrator and performs such duties as may be assigned by the Administrator ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION Provides the Administration with well - planned, directed and coordinated services relating to personnel, records, supplies and equipment, disbursement, security and janitor/messengerial services and public information dissemination. FINANCIAL AND MANAGEMENT DIVISION Provides financial support to all units of the Agency and implement policies and procedures on financial management in accordance with the government rules and regulations TRAINING DIVISION Develops, conducts, monitors and evaluates training programs for improved job performance of the line and staff personnel of the Agency; develops modules for training of community volunteers; facilities and monitors attendance of official and employees in training programs sponsored by other agencies/organizations. COMMUNITY SERVICES DIVISION Assists in the establishment/ development of facilities, programs and services for the rehabilitation of probationers/parolees/pardonees utilizing community resources; provides technical and consulative services to operating units and offices of the Administration; screens and recommends for appointment of VPAs. CLINICAL SERVICES DIVISION Provides the Administration with effective diagnostics/evaluation and therapy/management of PPA employeess and their dependents, petitioners, probationers, parolees, pardonees which include psychiatric, medical, dental, psychological and social services. LEGAL AND INSPECTION DIVISION Provides various units of the Administration with legal advice; prepares opinions on questions of law that may arise in the implementation of P.D. 968 as amended; causes the inspection and audit of activities and operation of field offices; conducts preliminary investigation of administrative complaints. CASE MANAGEMENT AND RECORDS DIVISION Provides technical services assistance to field offices in improving investigation procedures/supervision over probationers and their services to the courts; conducts studies on caseloads, caseworks services and procedures in case management, maintains central files of records of petitioners/probationers/parolees/ pardonees (clients) and establishes linkages with criminal justice pillars for improvement of caseload management. REGIONAL PAROLE AND PROBATION OFFICES Exercise supervision and control over all Provincial/City Parole and Probation Offices within the jurisdiction and performs such duties as may be assigned by the Administrator PROVINCIAL/CITY PAROLE AND PROBATION OFFICE Undertake the investigation of petitioners for probation referred by the courts for PSIRs; supervise probationers/parolees/pardonees and perform such other duties as may be assigned by the Administrator PAROLE AND PROBATION ADMINISTRATION FUNCTIONAL CHART ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION Provides the Administration with well - planned, directed and coordinated services relating to personnel, records, supplies and equipment, disbursement, security and janitor/messengerial services and public information dissemination.
  8. 8. ADMINISTRATOR Acts as Head of the Agency and Executive Officer of the Administration TECHNICAL STAFF Acts as service arm of the Board of Pardons and Parole in the supervision of parolees and pardonees. PLANNING STAFF Develops plans, programs and conducts research towards economical, efficient and effective operation and implementation of P.D. 968 as amended . DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR Assists the Administrator and performs such duties as may be assigned by the Administrator ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION Provides the Administration with well - planned, directed and coordinated services relating to personnel, records, supplies and equipment, disbursement, security and janitor/messengerial services and public information dissemination. FINANCIAL AND MANAGEMENT DIVISION Provides financial support to all units of the Agency and implement policies and procedures on financial management in accordance with the government rules and regulations TRAINING DIVISION Develops, conducts, monitors and evaluates training programs for improved job performance of the line and staff personnel of the Agency; develops modules for training of community volunteers; facilities and monitors attendance of official and employees in training programs sponsored by other agencies/organizations. COMMUNITY SERVICES DIVISION Assists in the establishment/ development of facilities, programs and services for the rehabilitation of probationers/parolees/pardonees utilizing community resources; provides technical and consulative services to operating units and offices of the Administration; screens and recommends for appointment of VPAs. CLINICAL SERVICES DIVISION Provides the Administration with effective diagnostics/evaluation and therapy/management of PPA employeess and their dependents, petitioners, probationers, parolees, pardonees which include psychiatric, medical, dental, psychological and social services. LEGAL AND INSPECTION DIVISION Provides various units of the Administration with legal advice; prepares opinions on questions of law that may arise in the implementation of P.D. 968 as amended; causes the inspection and audit of activities and operation of field offices; conducts preliminary investigation of administrative complaints. CASE MANAGEMENT AND RECORDS DIVISION Provides technical services assistance to field offices in improving investigation procedures/supervision over probationers and their services to the courts; conducts studies on caseloads, caseworks services and procedures in case management, maintains central files of records of petitioners/probationers/parolees/ pardonees (clients) and establishes linkages with criminal justice pillars for improvement of caseload management. REGIONAL PAROLE AND PROBATION OFFICES Exercise supervision and control over all Provincial/City Parole and Probation Offices within the jurisdiction and performs such duties as may be assigned by the Administrator PROVINCIAL/CITY PAROLE AND PROBATION OFFICE Undertake the investigation of petitioners for probation referred by the courts for PSIRs; supervise probationers/parolees/pardonees and perform such other duties as may be assigned by the Administrator PAROLE AND PROBATION ADMINISTRATION FUNCTIONAL CHART LEGAL AND INSPECTION DIVISION Provides various units of the Administration with legal advice; prepares opinions on questions of law that may arise in the implementation of P.D. 968 as amended; causes the inspection and audit of activities and operation of field offices; conducts preliminary investigation of administrative complaints.
  9. 9. ADMINISTRATOR Acts as Head of the Agency and Executive Officer of the Administration TECHNICAL STAFF Acts as service arm of the Board of Pardons and Parole in the supervision of parolees and pardonees. PLANNING STAFF Develops plans, programs and conducts research towards economical, efficient and effective operation and implementation of P.D. 968 as amended . DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR Assists the Administrator and performs such duties as may be assigned by the Administrator ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION Provides the Administration with well - planned, directed and coordinated services relating to personnel, records, supplies and equipment, disbursement, security and janitor/messengerial services and public information dissemination. FINANCIAL AND MANAGEMENT DIVISION Provides financial support to all units of the Agency and implement policies and procedures on financial management in accordance with the government rules and regulations TRAINING DIVISION Develops, conducts, monitors and evaluates training programs for improved job performance of the line and staff personnel of the Agency; develops modules for training of community volunteers; facilities and monitors attendance of official and employees in training programs sponsored by other agencies/organizations. COMMUNITY SERVICES DIVISION Assists in the establishment/ development of facilities, programs and services for the rehabilitation of probationers/parolees/pardonees utilizing community resources; provides technical and consulative services to operating units and offices of the Administration; screens and recommends for appointment of VPAs. CLINICAL SERVICES DIVISION Provides the Administration with effective diagnostics/evaluation and therapy/management of PPA employeess and their dependents, petitioners, probationers, parolees, pardonees which include psychiatric, medical, dental, psychological and social services. LEGAL AND INSPECTION DIVISION Provides various units of the Administration with legal advice; prepares opinions on questions of law that may arise in the implementation of P.D. 968 as amended; causes the inspection and audit of activities and operation of field offices; conducts preliminary investigation of administrative complaints. CASE MANAGEMENT AND RECORDS DIVISION Provides technical services assistance to field offices in improving investigation procedures/supervision over probationers and their services to the courts; conducts studies on caseloads, caseworks services and procedures in case management, maintains central files of records of petitioners/probationers/parolees/ pardonees (clients) and establishes linkages with criminal justice pillars for improvement of caseload management. REGIONAL PAROLE AND PROBATION OFFICES Exercise supervision and control over all Provincial/City Parole and Probation Offices within the jurisdiction and performs such duties as may be assigned by the Administrator PROVINCIAL/CITY PAROLE AND PROBATION OFFICE Undertake the investigation of petitioners for probation referred by the courts for PSIRs; supervise probationers/parolees/pardonees and perform such other duties as may be assigned by the Administrator PAROLE AND PROBATION ADMINISTRATION FUNCTIONAL CHART CASE MANAGEMENT AND RECORDS DIVISION Provides technical services assistance to field offices in improving investigation procedures/supervision over probationers and their services to the courts; conducts studies on caseloads, caseworks services and procedures in case management, maintains central files of records of petitioners/probationers/parolees/ pardonees (clients) and establishes linkages with criminal justice pillars for improvement of caseload management.
  10. 10. ADMINISTRATOR Acts as Head of the Agency and Executive Officer of the Administration TECHNICAL STAFF Acts as service arm of the Board of Pardons and Parole in the supervision of parolees and pardonees. PLANNING STAFF Develops plans, programs and conducts research towards economical, efficient and effective operation and implementation of P.D. 968 as amended . DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR Assists the Administrator and performs such duties as may be assigned by the Administrator ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION Provides the Administration with well - planned, directed and coordinated services relating to personnel, records, supplies and equipment, disbursement, security and janitor/messengerial services and public information dissemination. FINANCIAL AND MANAGEMENT DIVISION Provides financial support to all units of the Agency and implement policies and procedures on financial management in accordance with the government rules and regulations TRAINING DIVISION Develops, conducts, monitors and evaluates training programs for improved job performance of the line and staff personnel of the Agency; develops modules for training of community volunteers; facilities and monitors attendance of official and employees in training programs sponsored by other agencies/organizations. COMMUNITY SERVICES DIVISION Assists in the establishment/ development of facilities, programs and services for the rehabilitation of probationers/parolees/pardonees utilizing community resources; provides technical and consulative services to operating units and offices of the Administration; screens and recommends for appointment of VPAs. CLINICAL SERVICES DIVISION Provides the Administration with effective diagnostics/evaluation and therapy/management of PPA employeess and their dependents, petitioners, probationers, parolees, pardonees which include psychiatric, medical, dental, psychological and social services. LEGAL AND INSPECTION DIVISION Provides various units of the Administration with legal advice; prepares opinions on questions of law that may arise in the implementation of P.D. 968 as amended; causes the inspection and audit of activities and operation of field offices; conducts preliminary investigation of administrative complaints. CASE MANAGEMENT AND RECORDS DIVISION Provides technical services assistance to field offices in improving investigation procedures/supervision over probationers and their services to the courts; conducts studies on caseloads, caseworks services and procedures in case management, maintains central files of records of petitioners/probationers/parolees/ pardonees (clients) and establishes linkages with criminal justice pillars for improvement of caseload management. REGIONAL PAROLE AND PROBATION OFFICES Exercise supervision and control over all Provincial/City Parole and Probation Offices within the jurisdiction and performs such duties as may be assigned by the Administrator PROVINCIAL/CITY PAROLE AND PROBATION OFFICE Undertake the investigation of petitioners for probation referred by the courts for PSIRs; supervise probationers/parolees/pardonees and perform such other duties as may be assigned by the Administrator PAROLE AND PROBATION ADMINISTRATION FUNCTIONAL CHART TRAINING DIVISION Develops, conducts, monitors and evaluates training programs for improved job performance of the line and staff personnel of the Agency; develops modules for training of community volunteers; facilities and monitors attendance of official and employees in training programs sponsored by other agencies/organizations.
  11. 11. ADMINISTRATOR Acts as Head of the Agency and Executive Officer of the Administration TECHNICAL STAFF Acts as service arm of the Board of Pardons and Parole in the supervision of parolees and pardonees. PLANNING STAFF Develops plans, programs and conducts research towards economical, efficient and effective operation and implementation of P.D. 968 as amended . DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR Assists the Administrator and performs such duties as may be assigned by the Administrator ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION Provides the Administration with well - planned, directed and coordinated services relating to personnel, records, supplies and equipment, disbursement, security and janitor/messengerial services and public information dissemination. FINANCIAL AND MANAGEMENT DIVISION Provides financial support to all units of the Agency and implement policies and procedures on financial management in accordance with the government rules and regulations TRAINING DIVISION Develops, conducts, monitors and evaluates training programs for improved job performance of the line and staff personnel of the Agency; develops modules for training of community volunteers; facilities and monitors attendance of official and employees in training programs sponsored by other agencies/organizations. COMMUNITY SERVICES DIVISION Assists in the establishment/ development of facilities, programs and services for the rehabilitation of probationers/parolees/pardonees utilizing community resources; provides technical and consulative services to operating units and offices of the Administration; screens and recommends for appointment of VPAs. CLINICAL SERVICES DIVISION Provides the Administration with effective diagnostics/evaluation and therapy/management of PPA employeess and their dependents, petitioners, probationers, parolees, pardonees which include psychiatric, medical, dental, psychological and social services. LEGAL AND INSPECTION DIVISION Provides various units of the Administration with legal advice; prepares opinions on questions of law that may arise in the implementation of P.D. 968 as amended; causes the inspection and audit of activities and operation of field offices; conducts preliminary investigation of administrative complaints. CASE MANAGEMENT AND RECORDS DIVISION Provides technical services assistance to field offices in improving investigation procedures/supervision over probationers and their services to the courts; conducts studies on caseloads, caseworks services and procedures in case management, maintains central files of records of petitioners/probationers/parolees/ pardonees (clients) and establishes linkages with criminal justice pillars for improvement of caseload management. REGIONAL PAROLE AND PROBATION OFFICES Exercise supervision and control over all Provincial/City Parole and Probation Offices within the jurisdiction and performs such duties as may be assigned by the Administrator PROVINCIAL/CITY PAROLE AND PROBATION OFFICE Undertake the investigation of petitioners for probation referred by the courts for PSIRs; supervise probationers/parolees/pardonees and perform such other duties as may be assigned by the Administrator PAROLE AND PROBATION ADMINISTRATION FUNCTIONAL CHART COMMUNITY SERVICES DIVISION Assists in the establishment/ development of facilities, programs and services for the rehabilitation of probationers/parolees/ pardonees utilizing community resources; provides technical and consulative services to operating units and offices of the Administration; screens and recommends for appointment of VPAs.
  12. 12. ADMINISTRATOR Acts as Head of the Agency and Executive Officer of the Administration TECHNICAL STAFF Acts as service arm of the Board of Pardons and Parole in the supervision of parolees and pardonees. PLANNING STAFF Develops plans, programs and conducts research towards economical, efficient and effective operation and implementation of P.D. 968 as amended . DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR Assists the Administrator and performs such duties as may be assigned by the Administrator ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION Provides the Administration with well - planned, directed and coordinated services relating to personnel, records, supplies and equipment, disbursement, security and janitor/messengerial services and public information dissemination. FINANCIAL AND MANAGEMENT DIVISION Provides financial support to all units of the Agency and implement policies and procedures on financial management in accordance with the government rules and regulations TRAINING DIVISION Develops, conducts, monitors and evaluates training programs for improved job performance of the line and staff personnel of the Agency; develops modules for training of community volunteers; facilities and monitors attendance of official and employees in training programs sponsored by other agencies/organizations. COMMUNITY SERVICES DIVISION Assists in the establishment/ development of facilities, programs and services for the rehabilitation of probationers/parolees/pardonees utilizing community resources; provides technical and consulative services to operating units and offices of the Administration; screens and recommends for appointment of VPAs. CLINICAL SERVICES DIVISION Provides the Administration with effective diagnostics/evaluation and therapy/management of PPA employeess and their dependents, petitioners, probationers, parolees, pardonees which include psychiatric, medical, dental, psychological and social services. LEGAL AND INSPECTION DIVISION Provides various units of the Administration with legal advice; prepares opinions on questions of law that may arise in the implementation of P.D. 968 as amended; causes the inspection and audit of activities and operation of field offices; conducts preliminary investigation of administrative complaints. CASE MANAGEMENT AND RECORDS DIVISION Provides technical services assistance to field offices in improving investigation procedures/supervision over probationers and their services to the courts; conducts studies on caseloads, caseworks services and procedures in case management, maintains central files of records of petitioners/probationers/parolees/ pardonees (clients) and establishes linkages with criminal justice pillars for improvement of caseload management. REGIONAL PAROLE AND PROBATION OFFICES Exercise supervision and control over all Provincial/City Parole and Probation Offices within the jurisdiction and performs such duties as may be assigned by the Administrator PROVINCIAL/CITY PAROLE AND PROBATION OFFICE Undertake the investigation of petitioners for probation referred by the courts for PSIRs; supervise probationers/parolees/pardonees and perform such other duties as may be assigned by the Administrator PAROLE AND PROBATION ADMINISTRATION FUNCTIONAL CHART CLINICAL SERVICES DIVISION Provides the Administration with effective diagnostics/evaluation and therapy/management of PPA employeess and their dependents, petitioners, probationers, parolees, pardonees which include psychiatric, medical, dental, psychological and social services.
  13. 13. ADMINISTRATOR Acts as Head of the Agency and Executive Officer of the Administration TECHNICAL STAFF Acts as service arm of the Board of Pardons and Parole in the supervision of parolees and pardonees. PLANNING STAFF Develops plans, programs and conducts research towards economical, efficient and effective operation and implementation of P.D. 968 as amended . DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR Assists the Administrator and performs such duties as may be assigned by the Administrator ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION Provides the Administration with well - planned, directed and coordinated services relating to personnel, records, supplies and equipment, disbursement, security and janitor/messengerial services and public information dissemination. FINANCIAL AND MANAGEMENT DIVISION Provides financial support to all units of the Agency and implement policies and procedures on financial management in accordance with the government rules and regulations TRAINING DIVISION Develops, conducts, monitors and evaluates training programs for improved job performance of the line and staff personnel of the Agency; develops modules for training of community volunteers; facilities and monitors attendance of official and employees in training programs sponsored by other agencies/organizations. COMMUNITY SERVICES DIVISION Assists in the establishment/ development of facilities, programs and services for the rehabilitation of probationers/parolees/pardonees utilizing community resources; provides technical and consulative services to operating units and offices of the Administration; screens and recommends for appointment of VPAs. CLINICAL SERVICES DIVISION Provides the Administration with effective diagnostics/evaluation and therapy/management of PPA employeess and their dependents, petitioners, probationers, parolees, pardonees which include psychiatric, medical, dental, psychological and social services. LEGAL AND INSPECTION DIVISION Provides various units of the Administration with legal advice; prepares opinions on questions of law that may arise in the implementation of P.D. 968 as amended; causes the inspection and audit of activities and operation of field offices; conducts preliminary investigation of administrative complaints. CASE MANAGEMENT AND RECORDS DIVISION Provides technical services assistance to field offices in improving investigation procedures/supervision over probationers and their services to the courts; conducts studies on caseloads, caseworks services and procedures in case management, maintains central files of records of petitioners/probationers/parolees/ pardonees (clients) and establishes linkages with criminal justice pillars for improvement of caseload management. REGIONAL PAROLE AND PROBATION OFFICES Exercise supervision and control over all Provincial/City Parole and Probation Offices within the jurisdiction and performs such duties as may be assigned by the Administrator PROVINCIAL/CITY PAROLE AND PROBATION OFFICE Undertake the investigation of petitioners for probation referred by the courts for PSIRs; supervise probationers/parolees/pardonees and perform such other duties as may be assigned by the Administrator PAROLE AND PROBATION ADMINISTRATION FUNCTIONAL CHART REGIONAL PAROLE AND PROBATION OFFICES Exercises supervision and control over all Provincial/ City Parole and Probation Offices within the jurisdiction and performs such duties as may be assigned by the Administrator.
  14. 14. ADMINISTRATOR Acts as Head of the Agency and Executive Officer of the Administration TECHNICAL STAFF Acts as service arm of the Board of Pardons and Parole in the supervision of parolees and pardonees. PLANNING STAFF Develops plans, programs and conducts research towards economical, efficient and effective operation and implementation of P.D. 968 as amended . DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR Assists the Administrator and performs such duties as may be assigned by the Administrator ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION Provides the Administration with well - planned, directed and coordinated services relating to personnel, records, supplies and equipment, disbursement, security and janitor/messengerial services and public information dissemination. FINANCIAL AND MANAGEMENT DIVISION Provides financial support to all units of the Agency and implement policies and procedures on financial management in accordance with the government rules and regulations TRAINING DIVISION Develops, conducts, monitors and evaluates training programs for improved job performance of the line and staff personnel of the Agency; develops modules for training of community volunteers; facilities and monitors attendance of official and employees in training programs sponsored by other agencies/organizations. COMMUNITY SERVICES DIVISION Assists in the establishment/ development of facilities, programs and services for the rehabilitation of probationers/parolees/pardonees utilizing community resources; provides technical and consulative services to operating units and offices of the Administration; screens and recommends for appointment of VPAs. CLINICAL SERVICES DIVISION Provides the Administration with effective diagnostics/evaluation and therapy/management of PPA employeess and their dependents, petitioners, probationers, parolees, pardonees which include psychiatric, medical, dental, psychological and social services. LEGAL AND INSPECTION DIVISION Provides various units of the Administration with legal advice; prepares opinions on questions of law that may arise in the implementation of P.D. 968 as amended; causes the inspection and audit of activities and operation of field offices; conducts preliminary investigation of administrative complaints. CASE MANAGEMENT AND RECORDS DIVISION Provides technical services assistance to field offices in improving investigation procedures/supervision over probationers and their services to the courts; conducts studies on caseloads, caseworks services and procedures in case management, maintains central files of records of petitioners/probationers/parolees/ pardonees (clients) and establishes linkages with criminal justice pillars for improvement of caseload management. REGIONAL PAROLE AND PROBATION OFFICES Exercise supervision and control over all Provincial/City Parole and Probation Offices within the jurisdiction and performs such duties as may be assigned by the Administrator PAROLE AND PROBATION ADMINISTRATION FUNCTIONAL CHART PROVINCIAL/CITY PAROLE AND PROBATION OFFICE Undertakes the investigation of petitioners for probation, parole/executive clemency, and suspended sentence referred by the Courts, Board of Pardons and Parole, and Dangerous Drugs Board, respectively; supervise probationers/ parolees/pardonees/first-time minor drug offender and perform such other duties as may be assigned by the Administrator. PROVINCIAL/CITY PAROLE AND PROBATION OFFICE Undertakes the investigation of petitioners for probation, parole/executive clemency, and suspended sentence referred by the Courts, Board of Pardons and Parole, and Dangerous Drugs Board, respectively; supervise probationers/parolees/ pardonees/first-time minor drug offender and perform such other duties as may be assigned by the Administrator

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