To be able to have a highly capable, effective and credible police service, the Philippine National Police continues to upgrade its physical structures and capabilities, by implementing major projects and infrastructures in all its regional offices down to every police station in the entire country. With the unending support of its stakeholders and the collective efforts of its leaders, PNP successfully procured various equipment and facilities, and received millions worth of donations to better enhance the PNP capabilities be in land, sea, or air.
The Philippine National Police – Directorate for Logistics (PNP DL), with its mandate to ensure the provision of resources for PNP operations by efficient logistics administration through the implementation of responsive policies, has been very kin and eager to address the need of every police station and PNP unit relevant to the effectiveness of its personnel in the performance of their sworn duties and responsibilities.
Some of the Directorate’s notable accomplishments were the successful procurement of 653 Light Motorcycles (150cc Dirt Bike) with an Actual Budget for the Contract (ABC) of Php91, 278, 201.05 on July 26, 2022; and 1, 464 All-Purpose Vests, Tactical Vests Level III-A w/2 Upgrade Plates Level IV, with an ABC of Php74, 635, 993.68.
For its supply and distribution management, the Directorate distributed various equipment and other items which have been procured and donated by different stakeholders to several PNP units: 8, 500 rounds of CTg 9mm Ball for the PNP Retirement and Benefits Administration Service and Logistics Support Service; three 5.56mm AA HP Rifles VHS D Semi/Full Auto; and 21 pieces of 30-round detachable G36 Magazine/STANAG Magazines for the Directorate for Police Community Relations; 480 rounds of CTg 5.56mm Ball SS193; 4, 320 rounds of CTg 9mmBall, and 250 rounds of CTg 45 caliber Ball for the PNP Training Service; 4,500 rounds of CTg 9mm Ball for the Anti-Kidnapping Group; eight units of Personnel Carrier 4×4 for the Police Regional Office 3; 13 units of Patient Transport Vehicle (Toyota Hiace Commuter Deluxe) for the Health Service; 63, 640 rounds of Ctg 9mm Ball and 95, 800 rounds of CTg 5.56mm Ball for the PNP Special Action Force; and many more.
Furthermore, the Directorate held a Ceremonial Turn-over of various office and police equipment donated by the PNP Foundation Incorporated (PNPFI) and Pronal Elastomer Engineering SAS which were given to the Forensic Group (FG), Logistics Support Service, Police Regional Offices 2, 4A, 4B, 5, 6, 12, 13, BAR, NCRPO, and COR on July 21, 2022 and on July 27, 2022.
From July 1 to July 31, PNP acquired a total of 11 lots: nine from donations, one from an Usufruct Agreement, and one from a Memorandum of Agreement. Further, nine more lots were titled in the name of PNP. As to the Informal Settler Families (ISF), PNP has evicted 12 ISFs occupying the PNP Lots/Camps nationwide.
The Directorate also held five Groundbreaking ceremonies and seven Inauguration activities as part of the PNP Infrastructure Projects’ implementation funded under the General Appropriation Act (GAA), PNP Trust Receipts (PNPTR), and from Local Government Units (LGUs).
Covering the period from January to November 2021, there were 252 infrastructure projects funded under GAA, PNPTR, DPWH GAA, and other sources of fund completed. These projects are implemented from NHQ, different PROs and NSUs, all monitored by the Directorate for Logistics from the start up to its completion.
Police Major General Ronaldo E. Olay, The Director for Logistics, under the directive from PNP Chief General Rodolfo S. Azurin, Jr. strictly ensures the implementation of every project in all its units and offices which will support and further strengthen the security and peace framework M+K+K=K towards the attainment of the PNP mission and vision.