Performance Report

2015 Target

PPA Exceeds 2015 Performance Target

The Parole and Probation Administration (PPA) has exceeded its performance target for calendar year 2015.

In a report submitted by the Planning Division to the Department of Budget and Management (DBM) and the Inter-Agency Task Force on the Harmonization of National Government Performance Monitoring, Information and Reporting System on February 20, 2016, the PPA surpassed its 2015 performance target in terms of all its major output namely Investigation, Supervision and Rehabilitation.

Under Investigation output, the Agency handled 25,953 cases, which were 2,027 higher than its target of 23,923. Meanwhile, a 99.49% accomplishment rate against its target of 94.66% was obtained on probation investigation recommendations sustained by the courts or Board of Pardons and Parole (BPP). This was derived from the 90.08% accomplishment rate gained by the Agency on investigation reports completed and forwarded to the same offices.

Under Supervision aspect of the Agency’s mandate, a significant increase was recorded on the number of supervision cases handled. In 2015, 50,798 clients were supervised wherein 98.32% complied with the terms of probation and parole conditions. It is worthy to note that 100% rate of supervision recommendations sustained by the courts and BPP was accomplished by the Agency against its target of 91.26%.

In Rehabilitation aspect of the PPA output, 2,063 volunteer probation assistants (VPAs) were recruited for the same period, which resulted to 9,446 total VPAs currently supervised by the Agency. Out of these VPAs, 83.93% was mobilized for the rehabilitation program of clients, which was 8.77% above the target. On the other hand, the Agency delivered an additional 291,222 intervention services to clients from its target of 262,382 that totaled to 553,604. This was the result of successful linkages to various local government units, inter-agency cooperation and generous assistance of non-government, civic and religious organizations.

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ICAP Cast Votes for New Board of Trustees

Fifty –nine members of the Integrated Correctional Association of the Philippines, Inc. (ICAP Inc.) elected a new set of Board of Trustees for CY 2016-2018 during their Annual General Assembly on March 2, 2016 held at the Multi-Purpose Hall, Parole and Probation Administration-Central Office.

The newly elected Board of Trustees are PPA Administrator Manuel G. Co, J/C Supt. Doris Remedios-Dorigo, Ms. Mercedes Foronda, Ms. Tess Gomez, Atty. Michael Vidamo, Bro. Rudy Diamante, Ms. Janette Padua, Ms. Perla Aldaba, S/Supt. Carol Borrinaga, Ret. S/Supt. Amy Talento, and Mr. Gerry Bernabe. The Board who will serve for two years will vote for the next President and other officers of the organization.

Present during the General Assembly (GA) were ICAP members from the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP), Parole and Probation Administration (PPA) Central Office and National Capital Region, representatives from the Prisoner’s Rehabilitation and Empowerment Service Organization (PRESO, Inc.) and Covenants, Las Piñas Prison Volunteers, and seminarians from the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP).

The key agenda of the GA were ICAP’s Road Map and Program Thrust for 2016, updates on the association’s advocacy efforts and election of new Board of Trustees for 2016-2018.

ICAP is a non-stock, non-profit corporation and is an affiliate of the American Correctional Association in the United States.