SDOs Vigan and Candon City participate NAPOLCOM RO1 SCPC Orientation


To provide full support to the crime prevention campaign of the government, a Memorandum of Understanding dated September 1, 2005 was executed, which was entered into by and among the NAPOLCOM, the DepEd and CHED. The creation of the Student Crime Prevention Committee (SCPC) was through the DepEd Order No. 1 series of 2006.

In this connection, the National Police Commission Regional Office No. 1 conducted a Webinar on the Orientation of SCPC for SDOs of Candon and Vigan City, Ilocos Sur on March 25, 2021 at 1:30 PM. Said webinar aimed to emphasize the importance of having a student-police partnership and encourages its constitution for the total advancement of students through crime prevention seminars/webinars between NAPOLCOM and various institutions in the region.

There were 36 participants who actively joined said webinar. Among the participants were Supreme Student Government Advisers and Officers in various National High Schools (NHSs) of Candon and Vigan City, Ilocos Sur such as Lyceum de Ylocos, Ilocos Sur NHS, Candon City NHS, Sto. Tomas NHS, Marco Colleges Inc., Candon City Technological NHS, Vigan City NHS West, Vigan City NHS East and Dr. Ricardo Gacula Memorial NHS.

During the program, Ms. Jamila Brianna Leslie R. Ordoño, Administrative Assistant III led the invocation followed by the acknowledgement of participants by Ms. Cecile Joy C. Ofiana, Administrative Aide IV. The opening message was delivered by Ms. Fatima S. Alviarne, Chief of Human Resource Management Section. She emphasized the importance of having a student crime prevention project to practice student-police partnership and encouraged all participants to learn, improve and explore towards supervising and monitoring crime prevention for our students amidst the pandemic. Then, Ms. Marivic R. Marzan, Acting Planning Officer III introduced the Resource Speakers.

Mr. Jerome H. Acosta, Administrative Assistant II discussed through Audio Video Presentation (AVP) the Overview of SCPC. Then, Atty. Phillip Raymund S. Rivera, Chief of Regional Investigation Unit tackled the topic entitled, “RA 9995 also known as “Anti-Photo and Video Voyeurism Act of 2009”. He enumerated the penalties indicated in said act. He encouraged all participants to value the dignity and privacy of every human person and respect human rights by not taking video or picture without the consent of the person involved.

Atty. Mary Hazel D. Gavina-Bela-o, Chief of Legal Affairs Unit concluded said program and advised all participants to be a great catalyst to lessen the involvement of young children and youth against any forms of criminality, misdemeanors or other infractions as observe in our society.

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