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  • 1. Office of the President PHILIPPINE DRUG ENFORCEMENT AGENCY The Role of the Citizens in the Anti-Drug Campaign
  • 2.
    • Drug-Free Philippines
    VISION:
  • 3. VISION:
    • But we cannot realize this vision if we leave the national government, particularly the PDEA, the police, and other law enforcement agencies alone
    • Citizens’ participation in the pursuit of this vision is crucial because they play a vital role in the campaign to eradicate illegal drug trafficking and drug abuse which is one of the more serious problems affecting the country today
    How can we attain this?
  • 4.
    • “ The entire Government Machinery, in partnership with the Civil Society and through International Cooperation, shall wage a comprehensive, integrated, unified and balanced anti-drug campaign nationwide”
    MISSION:
  • 5. ROLE OF THE CITIZENS IN THE ANTI- DRUG CAMPAIGN UNDER RA 9165
  • 6.
    • The citizens are the first line of defense against the drug menace
    • Their first role in the anti-drug campaign is to be law-abiding
  • 7. Role of the Citizen in the Anti-Drug Campaign (RA 9165) ARTICLE IV
    • Participation of the Family, Students, Teachers and School Authorities in the Enforcement of RA 9165
  • 8. Role of the Citizen in the Anti-Drug Campaign (RA 9165)
    • Section 41 – Involvement of Family
      • The family, being the basic unit of the Filipino society, shall be primarily responsible for the education and awareness of the members of the family on the ill-effects of dangerous drugs and for close monitoring of family members who may be susceptible to drug abuse.
    ARTICLE IV
  • 9. Role of the Citizen in the Anti-Drug Campaign (RA 9165)
    • Section 42 – Student Councils and Campus Org’ns
      • All elementary, secondary and tertiary schools’ student councils and campus organizations shall include in their activities a program for the prevention of and deterrence in the use of dangerous drugs, and referral for treatment and rehabilitation of students for drug dependence.
    ARTICLE IV
  • 10. Role of the Citizen in the Anti-Drug Campaign (RA 9165)
    • Section 43 – School Curricula
      • Provides that instruction on drug abuse prevention and control shall be integrated in the elementary, secondary and tertiary curricula of all public and private schools, whether general, technical, vocational or agro-industrial, as well as in non-formal, informal and indigenous learning system .
    ARTICLE IV
  • 11. Role of the Citizen in the Anti-Drug Campaign (RA 9165) Instructions on drug abuse prevention and control:
    • Adverse effects of the abuse and misuse of dangerous drugs on the person, the family, the school and the community
    • Preventive measures against drug abuse
    • Health, socio-cultural, psychological, legal and economic dimensions and implications of the drug problem
    • Steps to take when intervention on behalf of a drug dependent is needed
    • Misconceptions about the use of dangerous drugs
  • 12. Role of the Citizen in the Anti-Drug Campaign (RA 9165) ARTICLE V
    • Promotion of a National Drug-Free Workplace Program with the Participation of Private and Labor Sectors and the Department of Labor and Employment
  • 13. Role of the Citizen in the Anti-Drug Campaign (RA 9165)
    • Section 47- Drug-Free Workplace
      • With the assistance of the DDB, the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) shall develop, promote and implement a national drug abuse prevention program in the workplace to be adopted by private companies.
    ARTICLE V
  • 14. Role of the Citizen in the Anti-Drug Campaign (RA 9165) ARTICLE VI
    • Participation of the Private and Labor Sectors in the Enforcement of this Act
  • 15. Role of the Citizen in the Anti-Drug Campaign (RA 9165)
    • Section 49 – Labor Organization and the Private Sector
      • All labor unions, federations, associations, or organizations in cooperation with the respective private sector partners shall include in their collective bargaining or any similar agreements, joint continuing programs and info campaigns for the laborers with the end in view of achieving a drug-free workplace
    ARTICLE VI
  • 16. Role of the Citizen in the Anti-Drug Campaign (RA 9165) ARTICLE VII
    • Participation of Local Government Units
  • 17. Role of the Citizen in the Anti-Drug Campaign (RA 9165)
    • Section 51- Local Gov’t Units Assistance
      • LGUs shall appropriate a substantial portion of their annual budgets to assist in or enhance the enforcement of RA 9165, giving priority to preventive or educational programs and the rehabilitation or treatment of drug dependents.
    ARTICLE VII
  • 18. Role of the Citizen in the Anti-Drug Campaign (RA 9165)
    • Section 52 – Abatement of Drug Related Public Nuisances
      • Any place or premises which have been used on two or more occasions as the site of the unlawful sale or delivery of dangerous drugs
    ARTICLE VII
  • 19. Role of the Citizen in the Anti-Drug Campaign (RA 9165)
    • The citizens can also actively participate in the national effort to rid our society of illegal drugs and their destructive effects by doing the following, among other things:
      • Providing information to the law enforcement agencies
      • Referring drug dependents to the proper authorities for treatment and rehabilitation
      • Supporting the operation of the treatment and rehabilitation centers
      • Participating in the conduct of drug awareness and education campaign
  • 20. Role of the Citizen in the Anti-Drug Campaign (RA 9165)
      • Monitoring the status of drug-related cases especially the sensational or big ones
      • Participating in the activities of the local Anti-Drug Abuse Councils
      • Participating in the activities of NGOs with programs against drugs; and
      • Providing feedback to the law enforcement agencies regarding the conduct and behavior of their personnel
    • The citizens can also actively participate in the national effort to rid our society of illegal drugs and their destructive effects by doing the following, among other things:
  • 21. PDEA INITIATIVES
    • PDEA believes that a well-informed citizenry is better prepared to face the problem of illegal drug trafficking and abuse
    • Information and education are therefore needed most urgently in every barangay all over the country
    • Through its Public Education and Community Information Service, or PECIS, the PDEA, in coordination with local leaders and school authorities, conduct drug awareness seminars, lectures, campus tours, dialogues, and symposia
  • 22. PDEA INITIATIVES
    • “ Operation: Private Eye” was initiated to counter public apathy and fear in reporting illegal drug activities by granting monetary reward and anonymity to anyone who would provide information that will lead to seizure or confiscation of illegal drugs and arrest of illegal drug personalities
    • The project has already rewarded three informants with P1.3 million as approved by the Private Eye Rewards Committee
    PRIVATE EYE
  • 23. The fulfillment of a Drug-Free Philippines lies in your hands
    • join the united front against illegal drug trafficking and drug abuse for a peaceful and healthy environment for all of us
  • 24. End of Presentation THANK YOU AND GOOD DAY!