The DILG-ARMM conducted the RMCC on February 9, 2017, held at the DILG-ARMM Conference Room, ORG Compound Cotabato City.
Present in the activity were the DILG-ARMM Regional Secretary and RMCC Chairman, Atty. Noor Hafizullah “Kirby” M. Abdullah, the Resource Speakers from different agencies, to wit, Assistant Regional Director Alberto O. Debolgado of NAPOLCOM-ARMM and the Vice-Chairman of RMCC, and members namely PSUPT Danilo Bacas of PRO-ARMM, JO2 Peter Paul L. Durante of BJMP-ARMM, F/SSUPT Mamerto P. Delloro, Jr. of BFP-ARMM, and PCI Herry C. Gubat of RPTS-ARMM. IOV Marlon P. Santos of PDEA-ARMM was also invited to the activity.
The agenda were: (1) the updates on war on drugs; (2) transfer of police scalawags to the region; (3) creation of Regional Task Force Aguila; (4) BJMP actions on jailbreak; and, (5) Fire Prevention Month preparations.
The RMCC Chairman introduced the resolution for appropriate actions by the Committee pertaining to the creation of the Regional Task Force Aguila and expressing strong opposition on the re-assignment of alleged police scalawags from other regions to ARMM, with intention to protect the long struggle to promote good image of the region.
PRO-ARMM Resource Speaker reported that 151 in total number of the PNP personnel from other region reassigned to PRO-ARMM. Regarding Project Double Barrel Alpha, it presented that the overall arrested and killed persons related to illegal drugs amounted to 1,028.
One of the issues and challenges raised for awareness of the Committee on the fight against illegal drugs was burden to monitor illegal drugs activities because of too many entry and exit points, the Resource Speaker pinpointed.
BFP-ARMM mentioned regarding its order for all its City/Municipal Fire Marshalls to make themselves available anytime for radio and TV interviews, and including to ensure the optimum participation of the public, local government unit, non-government organizations and other institutions in the observance of Fire Prevention Month.
NAPOLCOM-ARMM reported that based on its records from 2003 to October 31, 2013, the Commission rendered decisions on administrative cases filed against 143 members of the PNP, 98 of whom were meted the penalty of dismissal from the police service.