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  • 1. INFORMATION ON VOLUNTEER PROBATION AIDE PROGRAM
  • 2. Volunteerism is a program of PPA aimed at generating maximum, effective and efficient citizen participation and community involvement in the process of client rehabilitation, prevention of crime and the overall administration of criminal justice. WHAT IS VOLUNTEERISM?
  • 3.
    • Opens new fields for community
    • involvement in corrections and for
    • training youth leaders, barangay
    • organizations, and civic groups in
    • social development.
    WHAT ARE ITS ADVANTAGES?
    • Makes it possible for the correctional
    • system to exercise supervision of
    • offenders at less cost to the
    • government.
  • 4. WHAT ARE THE LEGAL BASES FOR THE VPA PROGRAM OF THE PPA? Presidential Decree No. 968 permits the employment of Volunteer Probation Aides, specifically under Section 28 which states: “ To assist the Provincial or City Probation Officers in the supervision of probationers, the Probation Administrator may appoint citizens of good repute and probity to act as probation Aides. Probation Aides shall not receive any regular Compensation for services except for reasonable travel allowance. They shall hold office for such period as may be determined by the Probation Administrator. Their qualifications and maximum case loads shall be provided in the rules promulgated pursuant to this Decree.”
  • 5. LEGAL BASIS
    • On October 11, 2005, President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo
    • signed Executive order No. 468
    Revitalizing the Volunteer Probation Aide Program of the PPA to strengthen community involvement and participation in crime prevention, treatment of offenders and the administration of criminal Justice.
  • 6. LEGAL BASIS This Executive Order provides the Coordination among Government Agencies, Non-Government Oganizations and People’s Organizations specifically under Section 3 which states: “ The PPA shall coordinate with other government agencies, non-government organizations and people’s organizations that are involved in developing programs related to volunteerism for the purpose of developing programs and attaining programs impact and synergy.”
  • 7. LEGAL BASIS This Executive Order provides the Coordination among Government Agencies, Non-Government Oganizations and People’s Organization “ Specifically, the support and cooperation of the Philippine National Volunteer Service Coordinating Agency, the Department of the Interior and Local Government, the National Police Commission, the Liga ng mga Barangay, the Department of Social Welfare and Development, the Department of Justice, among Others, shall be tapped for the foregoing purpose.”
  • 8.
    • VPA of PPA perform a highly
    • specialized supervision service which
    • directly have impact on the behavior
    • of the clients.
    HOW DO THE VPAs DIFFER WITH OTHER VOLUNTEERS?
    • They serve as strengths and role models
    • in ushering the reformation and
    • treatment of offenders who are
    • members oft heir own communities.
  • 9.
    • No, the VPAs are not intended as
    • replacement for full-time paid staff.
    • Their participation as part of a team
    • under supervision will enhance the
    • rehabilitation prospect of offenders
    • by helping them in looking for jobs,
    • schooling, training opportunities and
    • other activities.
    DO VPAs REPLACE THE FULL-TIME STAFF OF THE PPA?
  • 10. WHAT ARE THE CHARACTERISTICS OF VPAs?
    • Give continued affection to the client, even when specific
    • behavior is unacceptable and build on whatever good points
    • there are.
    • Introduce new positive experiences into the client’s life.
    • Be aware of the primary responsibilities to PPA and client
    • Respect confidentiality
    • Honor all commitments and be on time for all appointments
    • Consult with the PPA staff in doubt on any matter
    • Keep PPA staff informed of any important change
    • in client’s situation or of any significant incident
    • Be a good behavior model for the client in action and word
    • Participate enthusiastically in volunteer meetings and
    • training sessions
    • Believe that human beings can change their behavior patterns
    • since the primary objective is to help the client’s reentry
    • into society
  • 11. WHAT ARE THE REQUIREMENTS? QUALIFICATIONS Preferably 35 years old A reputable member of the community and of good moral character Preferably a resident of the same community as the client
  • 12. WHAT ARE THE REQUIREMENTS? QUALIFICATIONS Preferably with adequate source of income or financially able Willing to serve without compensation
  • 13. WHAT ARE THE REQUIREMENTS? QUALIFICATIONS Able and willing to prepare monthly reports on his supervision activities Has no criminal record of conviction except former clients who have shown exemplary behavior and may therefore be considered as role models of their fellow offenders With adequate good health
  • 14. WHAT ARE THE REQUIREMENTS? DOCUMENTS NEEDED Duly accomplished VPA application form Two ID (2x2) pictures Indorsement of and/or certification of Chief Probation and Parole Officer/Officer-in-Charge based on background investigation Recommendation of the Regional Director/ Regional Officer-in-Charge
  • 15. WHAT ARE THE REQUIREMENTS? TRAINING
    • Basic Training Course
      • Knowledge on the Agency and its programs and
      • services
    • Team Building
      • Designed to reinforce the values of cooperation and
      • trust
    • Specialized Training
      • Provision of knowledge and skills on Restorative
      • Justice, Therapeutic Community, Interviewing
      • Skills, Reports Preparation, and Community
      • Resource Development, among others.
  • 16.
    • Candidate accomplishes the VPA application form
    • Officer conducts background investigation
    • Chief Probation and Parole Officer/Officer-in-Charge
    • endorses application with required documents to the Regional
    • Office
    • Regional Director/Regional Officer-in-Charge recommends
    • application to the Administrator
    • Community Services Division reviews and evaluates
    • application form and attachments, and prepares appointment
    • Administrator signs appointment for a two-year term
    • Community Services Division officially notifies the Regional
    • Directors of VPAs appointed
    • Secretary of Department of Justice attests appointment
    • VPA takes an Oath of Office administered by the Chief Probation
    • and Parole Officer/Officer-in-Charge concerned
    • PPA issues VPA ID to be surrendered upon termination or
    • revocation of appointment, or upon renewal of ID
    HOW IS THE VPA APPOINTED?
  • 17. WHAT IS THE TERM OF SERVICE? The VPA shall be appointed for two years by the Administrator through the Community Services Division and the National Screening Committee subject to renewal/revocation thereafter, upon the recommendation of the Regional Director.
  • 18.
    • Work in close coordination and
    • cooperation with the Supervising
    • Officer.
    • Keep all information about the
    • supervisee in strict confidentiality.
    • Maintain an honest recording and
    • monthly reporting of activities to
    • the Supervising Officer
    WHAT ARE THE FUNCTIONS OF THE VPA?
  • 19.
    • Devote a substantial and quality time
    • for supervision of clients and perform
    • the following tasks:
    WHAT ARE THE FUNCTIONS OF THE VPA? offer guidance and counseling act as job placement facilitator implement treatment objectives as provided for in the program of supervision
  • 20.
    • Devote a substantial and quality time
    • for supervision of clients and perform
    • the following tasks:
    WHAT ARE THE FUNCTIONS OF THE VPA? refer to corresponding agencies clients with spiritual, mental, social, emotional, economic, physical or health needs acts as resource individual
  • 21.
    • Supervise a maximum of five (5)
    • clients at any given time
    • Work closely with officer-on-case
    • and Chief Probation and Parole
    • Officer/Officer-in-Charge and
    • discuss treatment plan and
    • status of clients
    WHAT ARE THE ROLES OF THE VPA? As Direct Supervisor who undertakes the following:
  • 22.
    • Submit monthly accomplishment
    • reports to officer-on-case or
    • Chief Probation and Parole
    • Officer/Officer-in-Charge
    • and other reports as may be
    • required
    • Perform such other tasks as may
    • be assigned by the officer-on-case
    • or Chief Probation and Parole
    • Officer/Officer-in-Charge
    WHAT ARE THE ROLES OF THE VPA? As Direct Supervisor who undertakes the following:
  • 23.
    • Resource Speaker on Volunteerism,
    • Restorative Justice, Therapeutic
    • Community and other topics
    • Counselor to other clients/people
    • who need help
    • Donor, sponsor or referring person
    • Program coordinator of client
    • activities
    • Mediator, Restorative Justice
    • implementor, Therapeutic
    • Community facilitator
    WHAT ARE THE ROLES OF THE VPA? As Resource Individual who acts as:
  • 24.
    • Supervising Officer identifies a
    • suitable match of VPA and client.
    • Chief Probation and Parole Officer
    • or Supervising Officer informs the
    • VPA and the client of the planned
    • assignment of the case to the VPA
    • and explains the program and the
    • progress.
    HOW ARE THE VPAs ASSIGNED CASES
  • 25.
    • Chief Probation and Parole Officer
    • assigns case to VPA under the
    • charge of a Supervising Officer
    • by way of an Office Order.
    • Supervising Officer formally
    • introduces the client to the VPA
    • VPA conducts initial interview
    • to determine the basic information
    • and circumstances of client.
    HOW ARE THE VPAs ASSIGNED CASES
  • 26.
    • VPA and client formulate tentative
    • plans on how to facilitate and
    • undertake the supervision process.
    • VPA takes time to study client’s
    • records, investigation report and
    • supervision history, Supervision
    • Treatment Plan, Supervision Case
    • Notes, Payment plan, etc. which
    • shall be treated with strict
    • confidentiality.
    HOW ARE THE VPAs ASSIGNED CASES
  • 27.
    • VPA conducts subsequent supervision
    • interviews and periodic house and
    • workplace visits, results of which are
    • to be reported to the Supervising
    • Officer and recorded in the Supervision
    • Case Notes of client.
    • VPA attends and performs allied
    • supervision activities and accomplishes
    • VPA monthly reports.
    HOW ARE THE VPAs ASSIGNED CASES
  • 28. WHAT ARE THE INCENTIVES/AWARDS GIVEN TO THE VPAs?
    • Plaque of recognition shall be awarded to VPAs who
    • have rendered invaluable contribution in the
    • rehabilitation of clients.
    • Certificate of Appreciation to VPAs who obtained
    • a Very Satisfactory (VS) Rating for two (2)
    • consecutive rating periods
    • VPAs shall be entitled to any support/assistance or
    • benefits (such as discount in transportation,
    • health and accident insurance
    • that may be negotiated with participating agencies
    • or organizations.
  • 29. MAY THE APPOINTMENTS OF THE VPAs RENEWED? Yes, the VPA appointment may be renewed for the following reasons with consent of the VPA concerned:
    • The VPA has successfully served/performed
    • the duties and functions as Volunteer for a
    • period of two (2) years.
    • The VPA has sustained interest in volunteer
    • work and actively participates in the
    • activities of the Agency.
    • The VPA has obtained a satisfactory
    • performance rating based on the evaluation
    • of the Chief Probation and Parole Officer
    • for three consecutive rating periods.
    • The VPA does not violate any of the reasons
    • for the revocation of appointment.
  • 30. WHAT ARE THE STEPS FOR RENEWING THE VPA APPOINTMENT?
    • One month prior to expiration of appointment,
    • the Chief Probation and Parole Officer or
    • Supervising Officer reviews the performance
    • of the VPA.
    • If satisfactory, Chief Probation and Parole
    • Officer or Supervising Officer seeks
    • written consent of VPA to continue with
    • volunteer service and option to renew
    • appointment.
    • Chief Probation and Parole Officer
    • recommends renewal of appointment of
    • VPA to the Regional Director.
  • 31. MAY THE APPOINTMENTS OF THE VPAs BE REVOKED?
    • Commission of offense
    • Violation of any function or disclosure or
    • misuse of confidential information
    • Undue personal interest with the client
    • Abuse of authority as VPA
    • Unauthorized use of resources for personal
    • benefit
    • Extortion
    • Unwarranted meddling in the affairs/
    • activities of personal and other VPAs
    • Physical and mental illness or incapacity
    YES the VPA appointment may be revoked for any of the following or similar reasons:
  • 32. WHAT ARE THE STEPS FOR REVOKING THE VPA APPOINTMENT?
    • Supervising Officer reports to Chief
    • Probation and Parole Officer any information
    • about possible reason or ground for
    • revocation.
    • Chief Probation and Parole Officer validates
    • report or information and if confirmed,
    • prepares a report with supporting
    • documents, if necessary.
    • Chief Probation and Parole Officer
    • recommends revocation of appointment
    • of VPA through the Regional Director
  • 33. WHAT ARE THE STEPS FOR REVOKING THE VPA APPOINTMENT?
    • Regional Director indorses recommendation
    • of Chief Probation and Parole Officer to the
    • Administrator.
    • Administrator officially notifies VPA of
    • revocation of appointment and
    • termination of volunteer services.
  • 34. HOW IMPORTANT ARE VPA ORGANIZATIONS?
    • For effective promotion, utilization and
    • sustainability of the VPA program
    • To provide a support group for the
    • individual VPA members that can cater to
    • their needs such as training, gathering of
    • resources, etc. as well as those of the
    • clients
  • 35. WHAT ARE THE STEPS TO ESTABLISH VPA ORGANIZATIONS AT THE UNIT LEVEL?
    • If there are at least ten (10) VPAs in one
    • locality (barangay or municipal level),
    • or field office, the field office may encourage
    • such volunteers to form their organization
    • at their option. This is in line with the
    • grassroots-level approach of organizing
    • volunteers.
    • VPAs may undergo training on “Team
    • Building” and/or “Organizing” before
    • forming an organization.
  • 36. WHAT ARE THE STEPS TO ESTABLISH VPA ORGANIZATIONS AT THE UNIT LEVEL?
    • Field office shall provide guidance and
    • assistance in forming the VPA organization.
    • When the VPA organization is formed, all
    • members shall meet and elect officers
    • composed of at least of the three (3) core
    • positions of Chairman or President,
    • Secretary, and Treasurer.
  • 37. WHAT ARE THE STEPS TO ESTABLISH VPA ORGANIZATIONS AT THE UNIT LEVEL?
    • Upon election of officers, committees with
    • specialized responsibilities may be formed,
    • such as:
    • a. Community Resource Committee –
    • responsible for generating the
    • resources needed for the various
    • programs of the organization;
    • b. Training Committee –
    • responsible for conducting
    • trainings and workshops and
    • coordinating with concerned
    • agencies for such activities;
  • 38. WHAT ARE THE STEPS TO ESTABLISH VPA ORGANIZATIONS AT THE UNIT LEVEL?
    • Upon election of officers, committees with
    • specialized responsibilities may be formed,
    • such as:
    • c. Recruitment Committee –
    • responsible for disseminating
    • information and attracting new
    • volunteers;
    • Social Services Committee –
    • responsible for developing and
    • facilitating programs for the
    • client’s and/or family’s basic
    • social needs;
  • 39. WHAT ARE THE STEPS TO ESTABLISH VPA ORGANIZATIONS AT THE UNIT LEVEL?
    • Upon election of officers, committees with
    • specialized responsibilities may be formed,
    • such as:
    • e. Secretariat Committee –
    • responsible for documentation and
    • administrative services; and
    • Special Affairs Committee –
    • responsible for special projects,
    • activities, including drafting of
    • constitution and by-laws, policies,
    • and rules and regulations governing
    • their organization.
  • 40. WHAT ARE THE STEPS TO ESTABLISH VPA ORGANIZATIONS AT THE UNIT LEVEL?
    • If the VPA organization wishes to formalize
    • its independent legal nature to acquire
    • juridical personality, it may register with the
    • Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
    • as a non-profit, non-stock organization with the
    • following suggested objectives:
    • a. Offer advice, upon request of the PPA,
    • in developing constructive policies,
    • standards, procedures, and programs as
    • well as on matters relating to the
    • improvement of volunteerism methods
    • and to the solution of problems
    • confronting the VPA program;
  • 41. WHAT ARE THE STEPS TO ESTABLISH VPA ORGANIZATIONS AT THE UNIT LEVEL?
    • If the VPA organization wishes to formalize
    • its independent legal nature to acquire
    • juridical personality, it may register with the
    • Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
    • as a non-profit, non-stock organization with the
    • following suggested objectives:
    b. Promote among the members through assembly, study and discussion, uniform and consistent interpretation and application of volunteerism policies and practices;
  • 42. WHAT ARE THE STEPS TO ESTABLISH VPA ORGANIZATIONS AT THE UNIT LEVEL?
    • If the VPA organization wishes to formalize
    • its independent legal nature to acquire
    • juridical personality, it may register with the
    • Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
    • as a non-profit, non-stock organization with the
    • following suggested objectives:
    c. Serve as a clearing house of information among members and between members and the PPA, and provide a system of feedback between the community and the PPA;
  • 43. WHAT ARE THE STEPS TO ESTABLISH VPA ORGANIZATIONS AT THE UNIT LEVEL?
    • If the VPA organization wishes to formalize
    • its independent legal nature to acquire
    • juridical personality, it may register with the
    • Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
    • as a non-profit, non-stock organization with the
    • following suggested objectives:
    • d. Advocate the use of methods of
    • volunteerism and resources that will
    • contribute most to good governance;
    • Assume an active role in crime
    • prevention and community relations;
  • 44. WHAT ARE THE STEPS TO ESTABLISH VPA ORGANIZATIONS AT THE UNIT LEVEL?
    • If the VPA organization wishes to formalize
    • its independent legal nature to acquire
    • juridical personality, it may register with the
    • Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
    • as a non-profit, non-stock organization with the
    • following suggested objectives:
    • Provide assistance and facilitate various
    • VPA activities that will advance the
    • aims and objectives of volunteerism; and
    • g. Organize activities for the continuous
    • formation of VPAs and recommend
    • mechanisms for selection and awarding
    • of outstanding VPAs.
  • 45. WHAT ARE THE STEPS TO ESTABLISH VPA ORGANIZATIONS AT THE UNIT LEVEL?
    • The VPA organization may also seek
    • accreditation with the Philippine National
    • Volunteer Service Coordinating Agency
    • (PNVSCA), subject to its requirements.
  • 46. WHAT IS THE NATIONAL FEDERATION OF VPA ORGANIZATIONS?
    • The national federation of VPA organizations
    • will be instituted as an umbrella organization
    • for the unit volunteer organizations and
    • shall act as the National Organization of
    • VPAs.
    • It acts as support group for the unit
    • organizations in terms of resource generation
    • and training for VPAs.
  • 47. WHAT IS THE NATIONAL FEDERATION OF VPA ORGANIZATIONS?
    • An interim board shall be constituted to
    • comprise the national federation of VPA
    • organizations.
    • It shall act as governing body of the unit
    • organizations.
    • Initially, PPA shall take the lead in the
    • recruitment of popular, reputable, and
    • influential personalities as “catalysts” to
    • become members of the interim board.
  • 48. WHAT IS THE NATIONAL FEDERATION OF VPA ORGANIZATIONS?
    • The objective is to have respected and
    • charismatic leaders who can lend prestige,
    • color and status to the organization.
    • The members of the interim board shall
    • continue to hold office until such time that
    • the unit organizations are in place, and a new
    • set of officers from among the VPA
    • organizations are elected.
  • 49. WHAT IS THE NATIONAL FEDERATION OF VPA ORGANIZATIONS?
    • On January 18, 2007, the National Federation
    • of VPA Association was officially organized
    • in University Hotel, UP Diliman Campus.
  • 50. WHAT IS THE NATIONAL FEDERATION OF VPA ORGANIZATIONS?
    • The officers are as follows:
    • President:
    • Gideon Ike R. Patricio
    • Region VI – Capiz
    • Executive Vice President
    • Cesar L. Villanueva
    • Region IV – Laguna
  • 51. WHAT IS THE NATIONAL FEDERATION OF VPA ORGANIZATIONS?
    • The officers are as follows:
    Vice President: Luzon Jovito A. Jolo, Sr. Region IV – Laguna Visayas Jacinto V. Torres Region VI – Negros Occidental Mindanao Olivia A. Alvaro Region XI – Davao City
  • 52. WHAT IS THE NATIONAL FEDERATION OF VPA ORGANIZATIONS?
    • The officers are as follows:
    Executive Secretary: Brigid S. Tan Region VI – Bacolod City Asst. Secretary: Virginia M. Peralta Region IV – Laguna Treasurer: Rodolfo P. Serrano Region VIII – Tacloban City
  • 53. WHAT IS THE NATIONAL FEDERATION OF VPA ORGANIZATIONS?
    • The officers are as follows:
    Assistant Treasurer: Ma. Linda A. Alcid Caraga – Butuan City Auditor: Benjamin G. Leaño Region IV – Cavite Assistant Auditor: Allan A. Santillan Region V – Legaspi City
  • 54. WHAT IS THE NATIONAL FEDERATION OF VPA ORGANIZATIONS?
    • The officers are as follows:
    Public Information Officer: Luzon Jovencita C. Balut Region II –Nueva Viscaya Visayas Rodrigo B. Miranda Region VII – Cebu City Mindanao Edgar G. Sola Region XI – Samal City
  • 55. WHAT IS THE NATIONAL FEDERATION OF VPA ORGANIZATIONS?
    • The officers are as follows:
    Business Manager Timoteo M. Olaer Region XI - Samal City
    • The Advisers are as follows:
    Administrator Ismael J. Herradura Regional Director Allan B. Alcala Ms. Cecilia G. Dela Cruz
  • 56. VOLUNTEER SERVICES
  • 57. VOLUNTEER SERVICES

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