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Copy of BARANGAY ANTI-DRUG ABUSE COUNCIL
Transcript of Copy of BARANGAY ANTI-DRUG ABUSE COUNCIL
POWERS AND FUNCTIONS
To emphasize to local authorities, especially barangay officials, their principal responsibilities in support of overall government efforts to address peace and order, particularly to curb illegal drugs and other substances
DILG Memorandum Circular No. 2015-61 dated June 16, 2015
Revitalization of the Barangay Anti-Drug Abuse Council (BADAC) and their role in Drug Clearing Operations
a. Chairperson: Punong Barangay
b. Vice—Chairperson: Sangguniang Barangay Member/ “Kagawad”(Chair of Peace and Order)
Sangguniang Barangay Member “Kagawad” (Chair of Women and Family)
School Principal (Public) or Representative of Executive Officer/ Chief Tanod
Representative of a Non—Government Organization (NGO)/ Civic Society
Representative of a Faith—Based Organization (i.e. Ugnayan ng Barangay at mga Simbahan
Adviser: City/Municipal Chief of Police or Representative
Conduct regular meetings at least
once a month and call for special
meetings whenever necessary
Plan, strategize, implement and
evaluate programs and projects
on drug abuse prevention in the
Organize the BADAC Auxiliary Team to compose an ideal number of 25 members per 2,000 population of the barangay representing streets, puroks, subdivisions or sitios
Orient the BADAC Auxiliary Team of their roles and functions and in formulating plan of action to address
Equip Barangay Tanods and BADAC Auxiliary Team on their roles and functions in the campaign against street-level illegal drug trade through seminars or trainings
Coordinate and collaborate with other institutions implementing programs and projects on drug abuse prevention at the barangay level
Continuously gather and update data on all drug related incidents and its effect on the peace and order situation in the barangay including listing of suspected drug users and pushers
Submit a monthly report to the City/Municipal Anti-Drug Abuse Council copy furnished the DILG City/ Municipal Field Office
Refer suspected drug users to the C/MADAC and other institutions for corresponding counseling and/or rehabilitation
Conduct an Information, Education Campaign (IEC) on illegal drug demand
Monitor disposition and progress of drug-related cases filed
COMMITTEE ON OPERATIONS
COMMITEE ON ADVOCACY
Prepared and maintain a confidential list of suspected users, pushers, financiers and/or protectors of illegal drug trade found in the LGU's area of jurisdiction to be submitted to the City/Municipal Anti-Drug Abuse Council copy furnished the PNP Anti-Illegal Drugs Special Operations Task Force (AIDSOFT); and
Establish rehabilitation/referral desks and process applications for rehabilitation of drug dependents
Identification of drug affected house clusters, work places, streets, puroks and sitios where manufacture, delivery, sale or use of illegal drugs are being conducted and to report the same immediately to the PNP or the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA).
Conduct administrative searches of suspected drug dens/laboratories
Conduct briefings, meetings prior to the launching of operations to ensure positive results and safety of the operating teams and the community
Ensure safety of the community and regularity of the operations.
Any elected barangay official present during the operations to witness the inventory of seized drugs/paraphernalia
Extend such other necessary assistance to the PDEA and PNP authorities in its operation against illegal drugs including but not limited to the preservation of evidence and protection of witnesses and suspects
against unlawful acts.
The elected barangay official present during the operations shall execute an affidavit and act as witness in court hearings in the prosecution of drug cases
Submit reports of drug-clearing operations conducted, if any, to the City/Municipal Anti-Drug Abuse Council copy furnished the DILG
City/ Municipal Field Office
For operations conducted/initiated by the PDEA/PNP, an elected barangay official should be involved immediately after the raid and be present to stand as witness during the conduct of inventory
Chair - Sangguniang Barangay member/Kagawad
(Chair of Peace and Order)
Members -Executive Officer/Tanod
- BADAC Auxiliary Team (ideally 25 members
per 2,000 barangay population)
Roles & Responsibilities
• Chair — Sangguniang Barangay member/ "Kagawad"
(Chair of Women and Family)
• Members — SK Chair
- School Principal (Public) or Representative
- Representative of a Non-Government Organization (NGO)/ Civic Society
- Representative of a Faith-Based Organization (i.e. Ugnayan ng Barangay
at mga Simbahan or UBAS);
Roles and Responsibilities
Coordinate and collaborate with other institutions in the barangay, if any, (i.e. Barangay Intelligence Network (BIN), "The Eye in the Barangay," Barangay Peacekeeping Action Team (BPAT),etc.) in implementing programs and projects on anti-illegal drug abuse
Conduct consultative meetings with organizations in the barangay, such as the Parents Teachers Community Association (PTCA), Youth Groups, Boy and Girl Scouts, religious organizations, senior citizens, homeowner
associations, neighborhood associations, puroks and Tricycle Operators and Drivers Association (TODA) and other organizations existing in the community to get their commitment to assist in curbing the drug menace in the community
Strengthen the family by promoting values, parental care and guidance that will prevent children from attempting to and/or use of prohibited drugs
Strengthen the linkages of the Barangay Officials with the community, higher LGUs, local police and PDEA on anti-illegal drug campaign
Conduct necessary seminars for the community on the dangers of illegal
drugs in coordination with the PNP
Empower the community in reporting drug related cases through an award/commendation system
Identify and implement sustainable livelihood projects as a reintegration program to former drug pushers and drug addicts
Failure of the concerned local officials to appropriate a substantial portion of their respective Annual Budgets to assist in or enhance the enforcement of RA 9165, as mandatorily required by Section 51 of RA 9165 in all budget preparations in addition to those already mandatorily required under Section 324 of the Local Government Code, shall be a ground for disapproval of the Annual Budget on review and can be a ground for possible administrative case of dereliction of duty pursuant to Section 60 of the Local Government Code.
Failure of the local officials to take appropriate measures to enforce the pertinent
provision of RA 9165 after being made aware by the PDEA and/or PNP and other law enforcement agencies that illegal drugs sale, delivery and use is rampant within their LGU; or shabu and other illegal drug laboratories and marijuana plantation have been uncovered within the area of their jurisdiction shall be considered as prima facie evidence for administrative charge(s) for gross negligence or dereliction of duties, as may be warranted by evidence.
Any local official engaged in the manufacture, sale, delivery, transportation and use of
illegal drugs or who may have benefited therefrom shall be dealt with criminally and administratively pursuant to the provisions of RA 9165
MAMAMAYANG AYAW SA ANOMALYA
MAMAMAYANG AYAW SA ILIGAL NA DROGA
* Barangay-based anti-criminality, anti-corruption, and anti-illegal drugs program.
* Multi-sectoral and mass-based approach.
* Encourages multi-sectoral partnership.
* Intensifies the spirit of volunteerism at the community level.
1. Republic Act 9165 or Comprehensive Drugs Law of the Philippines
2. Article II Section 23 of 1987 Philippine Constitution
3. Section 3 Par (l) of Local Government Code of 1991
President’s pronouncement to suppress criminality, corruption, and illegal drugs
To heighten community involvement by mobilizing the support of local stakeholders, volunteers, civic organizations, faith-based organizations, and the private sectors in the fight against illegal drugs.
Demand Reduction through Advocacy and Education Campaigns
Demand and Supply Reduction through Information Gathering and Reporting
COMPOSITION, ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
UBAS Expanded Technical Working Group
Chairperson: DILG City/Municipal Field Officer
Members: - Church/Faith-based Organizations
- LnB City/Municipal President
- PNP Chief of Police or Representative
- Representative of the City/Municipal Anti-Drug Abuse
UBAS Expanded Technical Working Group
Roles & Responsibilities:
1. Convene and mobilize the MASA MASID Team;
2. Provide technical and administrative assistance to the program; and
3. Implement a systematic monitoring and reporting mechanism.
MASA MASID Team
Members of UBAS Barangay Action Teams
Civil Society Organizations
Other Volunteers in the Community
CSO and NGO Members of:
Barangay Anti-Drug Abuse Council (BADAC)
Barangay Peace and Order Council (BPOC)
Roles & Responsibilities:
On Advocacy and Education Campaigns
Conduct information and education campaigns;
Organize forums, seminars, and related activities on prevention and demand reduction;
Secure the support of local media such as radio and print, and utilize social media;
Coordinate and partner with schools for possible partnerships on information drive against illegal drugs;
Forge partnerships with local organizations whose primary mission is to fight illegal drug and illegal drug activities; and
Encourage the support of Interfaith leaders to incorporate anti-illegal drug advocacy in their services.
On Information Gathering and Reporting
Encourage the support of the community on gathering and reporting information on any incident related to illegal drug activities;
Institute reporting mechanism in consultation with the local PNP, church and/or faith-based organizations.
On Community-Based Rehabilitation
Monitor the progress of the Recovering Drug Dependents (RDDs);
Work with the network of local volunteers on the implementation of interventions for community-based rehabilitation programs;
Assist in the reintegration of the recovering drug dependents.
ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
DILG REGIONAL OFFICES
* Disseminate the policy to the DILG Provincial and Field Offices
* Coordinate with and provide technical assistance to DILG Provincial and HUC/ICC focal persons in the implementation of the Program
* Oversee the implementation of the Program in the region and ensure its successful implementation
DILG PROVINCIAL OFFICES
* Coordinate with and provide technical assistance to DILG Field Offices at the City/Municipal level in the implementation of the Program
* Orient the Expanded UBAS C/M TWG on the Program
* Oversee the implementation of the Program in the province and ensure its successful implementation
DILG CITY/MUNICIPAL FIELD OFFICES
* Spearhead the organization and mobilization of the Expanded UBAS C/M TWG and MMT
* Conduct orientation/training of the MMTs
* Maintain a registry of the MMTs
* Oversee the implementation of the MASA MASID Program within their jurisdiction and ensure its successful implementation
CITY/MUNICIPAL ANTI-DRUG ABUSE COUNCIL (ADAC)
* Work closely with the DILG City/Municipal Field Office on the implementation of the MASA MASID Program
* Provide technical and administrative support
* Act as secretariat
Roles and Responsibilities
LIGA NG MGA BARANGAY
* Assist in the organization and orientation of the MASA MASID Team
* Collaborate with the MMTs in the implementation of MASA MASID
* Assist in coordinating with partner organizations for the provision of aftercare and livelihood programs for the RDDs
* Conduct advocacy and information campaigns against illegal drugs within their jurisdiction
* Assist in organizing and orienting the MMTs
* Mobilize the support of faith-based organizations
* Spearhead the advocacy and education campaigns in the community
* Assist in the implementation of Community-Rehabilitation Program
* Assist in the reintegration of the RDDs back to the communities
* Assist in the organization and capacitating the MMTs
* Provide technical assistance
* Assess the reports submitted by the MMTs and take necessary actions including, but not limited to, filing of cases and/or referral of drug users for counseling and/or rehabilitation, depending on the frequency of use of illegal drugs