HPG evaluates performance of personnel PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 15 April 2014 11:33

The Highway Patrol Group implements its Performance Governance System (PGS) on its officers and personnel nationwide as part of the Philippine National Police Patrol Plan 2030 that institutionalizes a quantifiable toll in measuring accomplishments, vatrious plans, programs and activities embodied in the agency scoreboard to ensure the continuity of change and transformation within the organization.

Sr. Supt. Severino B.  Agustin, chief, HPG-9, disclosed that personnel under his command will be given examination and evaluation to determine if they are effective and can work as a team  so that they can deliver excellence accomplishment and performance for the community and the country.

Under the Patrol Plan 2030, policemen are called to  carry out their mission for the good of the country and the organization. Their respective offices shall show proof that the measures required in achieving the real, genuine and lasting transformation of PNP.

Meanwhile, HGP-9 under the leadership of Agustin has recovered 38 motorvehicles in  enforcing   R.A. 6539 otherwise known as the anti-carnapping law and  P.D. 1612 otherwise known as the Anti-Fencing Law.

The 38 motorvehicles include eight four-wheel MVs and 30 motorcycles. The eight MVs are one Range Rover, two Ford Everest, one Montero, one Toyota Prado, one Fortuner, 1 Toyota Vios, one Nissan Urban and one Toyota Hilux.

The 30 motorcycles recovered are 18 stolen, one with tampered engine numbers and 11 with spurious documents. Most of the stolen motorvehicles are from Manila.

HPG9 also filed cases against 13 persons last 2013 for  violation of R. A. 6539 and P.D. 1612. Two were jailed and the rest are at large with warrants of arrest.- Allen Abastillas