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Republic of the Philippines Department of the Interior and Local Government NATIONAL POLICE COMMISSION NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS PHILIPPINE NATIONAL POLICE OFFICE OF THE CHIEF, PNP Camp Crame, Quezon City February 26, 2011 MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR NO. 2011-006 SUBJECT: 1. REVISED GUIDELINES AND PROCEDURES GOVERNING THE AVAILMENT OF PROTECTIVE SECURITY REFERENCES: a. PNP Memorandum Circular No. 2010-009 dated July 8, 2010 New Guidelines and Procedures Governing the Availment of Protective Security; b. N
  Republic of the PhilippinesDepartment of the Interior and Local Government NATIONAL POLICE COMMISSIONNATIONAL HEADQUARTERS PHILIPPINE NATIONAL POLICEOFFICE OF THE CHIEF, PNP Camp Crame, Quezon CityFebruary 26, 2011MEMORANDUM CIRCULARNO. 2011-006SUBJECT: REVISED GUIDELINES AND PROCEDURES GOVERNINGTHE AVAILMENT OF PROTECTIVE SECURITY1.REFERENCES: a.PNP Memorandum Circular No. 2010-009 dated July 8, 2010 New Guidelinesand Procedures Governing the Availment of Protective Security;b.NAPOLCOM Memorandum Circular No. 2009-004 dated December 28, 2009, Amending Memorandum Circular No. 2000-008 entitled: “Providing the GeneralGuidelines Governing the Detail of the PNP Personnel as Protective Security”;c.PNP Memorandum Circular No. 2009-012 dated July 6, 2009, Guidelines andProcedures Governing the Detail of PNP Uniformed Personnel as Protective Security;d.PNP Memorandum Circular No. 2006-001 dated September 4, 2006,Guidelines in the Admission, Employment and Deployment of Protection Agents;e.Section 35 (b)(3), Republic Act No. 6975 otherwise known as the Departmentof the Interior and Local Government Act of 1990 as amended by Republic Act No.8551 PNP Reform and Reorganization Act of 1998; andf.Republic Act No. 5487 Private Security Agency Law of 1969 and itsImplementing Rules and Regulations. 2.PURPOSE: To provide additional guidelines and procedures in the availment and deploymentof Protective Security Personnel (PSP) from the Philippine National Police andProtection Agents (PA) from accredited Private Detective Agencies. 3.DEFINITION OF TERMS: For purposes of this Memorandum Circular, the following terms shall mean:a.Indigent Protectee – persons applying for protective security whose familyincome does not exceed: P14,000.00 for those residing in Metro Manila; P13,000.00 for those residing in other cities; and P12,000.00 for those residing in all other places;b.PNP Protective Security Personnel (PSP) – shall mean a member of the PNPproviding protective security;c.Private Detective Agency (PDA) – shall mean any juridical person,association, partnership, firm or private corporation, who contracts, recruits, trains,furnishes or posts a licensed private detective to perform private detective services suchas investigation, surveillance, information gathering, training, consultancy to any person,private or public corporation under a contracted compensation. This includes providingpersonal security protection service to private persons or individuals;d.Protectee – the person being provided with protective security. This shall alsomean “client” as used in the personal security protection service offered by PDA;   e.Protection Agent (PA) – shall mean a SOSIA-licensed Private SecurityPersonnel qualified and selected to perform or provide personal security protection toprivate persons or individuals entitled to protection;f.Protective Security – is the state or quality of being secured or freed fromdanger and uncertainty. It may also include the various means or devices designed toguard persons and property against a broad range of security hazards;g.Threat – is an indication of something impending and usually undesirable or unpleasant, with an intention to inflict evil, injury or damage on another, usually asretribution or punishment for something done or left undone. It is an expression of anintention to inflict loss or harm on another by illegal means, and especially by involvingcoercion or duress over the person or his welfare; andh.Threat Assessment – the process of investigating/validating the truthfulnessof the existence of threat to an individual. 4.SCOPE: This Circular shall apply to any person whether public official (elected or appointed) or private individual who intends to avail or engage the services of PNPProtective Security Personnel and Protection Agents from Private Detective Agencies.The Police Security and Protection Group (PSPG), which is mandated by law toprovide security to government officials, foreign dignitaries, private individualsauthorized to be given protection and key government installations, shall be the mainimplementing agency of this Circular. 5.WHO ARE ENTITLED TO PROTECTIVE SECURITY: a.The PNP thru the PSPG shall detail Protective Security Personnel (PSP) tothe following personages even in the absence of a written request : Protectees Number of PSP 1. The Vice President of the Republic of the Philippines- 9 2. The Senate President- 6 3. The Speaker of the House of Representatives- 6 4. The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court- 6 5. The Secretary of National Defense- 4 6. The Secretary of the Interior and Local Government- 4b.The following persons are entitled to protective security upon written requestand without the need of threat assessment:Protectees Number of PSP 1. Cabinet Secretaries-4 2. Senators-4 3. Members of the House of Representatives-2 4. Retired PNP Star-rank Officers-2 c.The Local Chief Executives (Governors and Mayors), upon written request,shall also be entitled to a maximum of two (2) protective security personnel, subject toapproval of the Chief, PNP upon recommendation of the PNP Regional Directors.d.The foregoing individuals may also employ the services of not more than four (4) private Protection Agents subject to the approval of the Chief, PNP.e.Other public officials and private individuals may avail or engage the servicesof PNP Protective Security Personnel (PSP) subject to the approval of the Chief, PNPunder the following conditions:1. That the applicant requesting for security is under actual threat/s of deathand/or physical harm;  2. That the threat/s, after due evaluation, is assessed to be imminent or highlypossible of occurrence;3. That the security may be withdrawn or terminated anytime or even beforethe expiration of the detail when the demands of the PNP so require or when specificprovisions are violated in this Circular and other related issuances; and4. Except in highly exceptional cases, only a maximum of two (2) PNPprotective security personnel and four (4) protection agents shall be allowed. 6.OPERATIONAL GUIDELINES/PROCEDURES: a.All applicants for protective security detail, except the Local Chief Executives,shall personally submit at PSPG the following requirements:1.Letter request addressed to the Chief, Philippine National Police thru theDirector, PSPG;2.Accomplished three (3) copies of the application form duly notarized;3.Police report/blotter entry or any documentary proof or evidence relative tothe threat; and4.Special Bank Receipt showing payment of the appropriate fee.b.Local Chief Executives shall submit their written request and application for protective security detail to their respective PNP Regional Directors thru their ROPDs.The RDs shall thereafter endorse the request and application for the approval of theChief, PNP thru D, PSPG.c.Upon receipt of the preceding documentary requirements, threat assessmentshall then be conducted by IG and local police units, which may act jointly or coordinatelaterally for the purpose. All threat assessments shall be subject for validation by theDirectorate for Intelligence (DI).d.If upon receipt and evaluation of the application, the threat is imminent or highly probable, the Director, PSPG/RD, PRO shall provide temporary security detail. Inthe case of Protection Agents employed/deployed by PDAs/PSAs, especially for expatriate/foreign tourist and individual who deem that his/her safety/life is in danger,the following provisions shall apply:1.The Director, PSPG shall be authorized to issue an Interim Special DutyDetail Order (SDDO) to Protection Agents, valid for one (1) week, renewable but not toexceed one (1) week;  2.The Deputy Chief PNP for Operations shall be authorized to approve thedetail of Protection Agents for the period of more than one week but not to exceed one(1) month; and3.The Chief, PNP shall be the approving authority for the detail of Protection Agents for periods exceeding one (1) month.e.The applicant shall also be required to accomplish an affidavit of undertakingindicating therein that the duty of the PSP and/or PA shall be confined only to protectivefunctions and that he/she will not, among others, use his/her PSP/PA as gatekeeper,family driver, errand boy, or perform similar tasks, or to do illegal activities.f.The provision of security detail for Local Chief Executives shall be theresponsibility of the PROs. Provided that no member of the SAF, RPSB, PPSC, and theCity/Municipal Police Stations shall be detailed as PNP Protective Security Personnel.However, in some exceptional cases as directed by the Chief, PNP, the PSPG shallprovide security to LCEs.g.All protection agents who are deployed for protective security shall be under the operational control and supervision of the PSPG.h.The protective security personnel (PSP) from PSPG and the protective agent(PA) from Private Detective Agency (PDA) must wear barong, bush jacket, suit and anysuitable clothes depending on the situation while in the performance of their duties.However, during special events and as required by the Chief, PNP, during electionperiods, the agency prescribed uniform shall be worn by deployed PSP and Pas for easy identification.i.PNP PSP shall always carry firearms with a Letter Order and with an Acknowledgment Receipt Equipment (ARE) in the case of government issued firearms,and with a firearm license and PTCFOR in the case of personally owned firearm. PAsshall always carry their agency-issued firearms covered by Special Duty Detail Order (SDDO). Firearms should always be concealed and should not be seen by the publicwhile rendering security missions. j.Availment of PSP shall be for a period of six (6) months but the issuance of Letter Orders for their detail shall be on a monthly basis. In the case of PAs, the periodof detail shall be determined by the contract between the PDA and the protectee.However, if during the monthly evaluation of threat, it is determined or established thatthe threat to the protectee has already ceased, the PNP shall automatically terminatehis/her protective security detail.k.The rules and regulations or procedures on the employment /engagement of PAs shall be in accordance with existing PNP Circulars and other issuances. 7.FEES:
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