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PERFORMANCE MEASURES AND TARGETS
(Amounts in Thousand Pesos)
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Particulars
FY 2009
Actual/Amount
FY2010
Target/Amount
FY 2011
TargetlAmount
MFO 1
Safekeeping Services of Inmates
1,917,030 1,727,662 2,318,023
Ratio of escapees vis-a-vis total jail population
No. of facilities improved
% of inmates released within the prescribed period
to the total number of inmates due for release
MFO 2
Inmates' Welfare and Development Services
1 . 1,249
187159
89.72% of
44,300
2,703,460
1 : 1,500
165:165
100% of
46,515
2,768,643
1
. 2,000
173:173
100% of
46,515
2,835,030
% of districl city and municipal Jails with separate
cells for women inmates
% of inmates provided with:
2% of 85 jails 2% of 83 jails 2% of81 jails
Paralegal Services
94% 100% 100%
Spiritual Services
1 9.86% 100% 100%
Medical/Dental Services
310.19% 100% 100%
Livelihood Services
2142% 20% 20%
FormallNon-formal Education
12.58% 10% 10%
Physical Fitness and Recreation
7408% 100% 100%
Psychological Serv ices
23.82% 5% 5%
Absence of human rights vlolations by BJMP personnel
99% 100% 100%
No. of contra bands confiscated:
Money (amount)
Cell phones
Prohibited drugs (in grams)
Shabu
Marijuana
Drug use paraphernalia
Liquor (in Itrs)
Deadly bladedlimprovised weapons
Others
232,462.00
244
298.70
6.33
545
82.0
1,203
14,835
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TOTAL
4,620,490
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4,496,305
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5,153,053 31
Notes:
1/ Includes Contingent Fund (P381 M); transfer from Miscellaneous Personnel Benefits Fund (P188.947 M); Pension and
Gratuity Fund (P478.664 M); Continuing Appropriations (P354650 M) and Automatic Appropriations -- RLiP (P1806 M)
2/lncludes Continuing Appropriations (P157 785 M) and Automatic Appropriations -- RliP (1.773 M)
3/lncludes Automatic Appropriations - RliP (2.026 M)
4/ Zero entry of contrabands and other similar items
488 OFFICIAL GAZETTE VOL. 106, NO.5
GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT, FY 2011
Special Provision(s)
I. Subsistence and "edicine Allowance of Prisoners. Of the a.ounts under A.III.a.l . One Billion One Hundred Eighty
Mine "illion Two Hundred Sixty One Thousand Two Hundred Fifty Pesos (PI,189,26I,250) represents subsistence allowance and Seventy One
Million Three Hundred Fifty rive Thousand Six Hundred Seventy Five Pesos (P7I,355,675) represents .edicine allowance, at Fifty Pesos
(P50.00) and Three Pesos (P3.00l, respectively, per day per prisoner, for Sixty Five Thousand One Hundred Sixty Five (65,165) assUied
nu.ber of prisoners for the year, as represented by the Bureau of Jail "anage.ent and Penology (BJ"P).
The BJ"P shall sublit to the DB". the House Co ittee on Appropriations, and the Senate cOI.ittee on Finance separate quarterly
reports on the utilization of such alount or post on its official website, at least on a Quarterly basis, said reports. The Director of
BJIIP sllall be responsible for ensuring co.pliance with this require.ent.
2. Assignlent of Jail Guards. Notwithstanding Section 60 of R.A. No. 6975, the PNP shall continue to provide an adequate nUlber
of unifor.ed personnel to act as jail guards in the different .unicipal, city and district jails throughout the country until after
sufficient jail guard posi tions have been created for the purpose: PROVIDED, That uni forled wOlen personnel of the PMP shall be assigned
as jail guards in proportion to the nu.ber of jails for wOlen.
3. Separate Jail Facilities for .00en. Separate facilities and cells for wOlen shall fori part of the standard design in the
construction and ilprovelent of jails and its facilities.
4. Appropriations for Prograls and Specific Activities. The alounts herein for the prograls of the agency shall be
used specifically for the following activities in the indicated alounts and conditions:
PROGRA"S AND ACTIVITIES
Maintenance
and ather
Personal Operating Capi tal
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I. General Ad.inistration and Support
a. General Adlinistrative and Support Services
1. General .anagelent and supervision
608,807,000 P 72,517,000 P 681,314,000
Sub-total, General Adlinistration and Support
608,807,000 72,517,000 681,324,000
ri. Support to Operations
a. Logistical Services
I. ProcureBent, transport, distribution and
storage of supplies and laterials in
operation of jail facilities
1,821,000 355,093,000 356,91: ,000
Sub-total, Support to Operations
1,821 ,000 355,093,000 356,914,000
rrL Operations
a. Supervision, Security and Control Over District,
City and "unicipal Jails
1. Custody, safekeeping and rehabilitation of
district, city and lunicipal prisoners or
any detainee awaiting investigation, trial
and/or transfer to the national penitentiary
1,404,23.,000 55,208,000 4,112,789,000
Sub-total, Operations
2,653,347,000 1,404,23.,000 55,208,000 4,112,789,000
TOTAL, PROGRA"S AND ACTIVITIES
P 3,263,975,000 P 1,831,8.4,000 P 55,208,000 P 5,151,027,000
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BUREAU OF JAIL MANAGEMENT AND PENOLOGY
PROGRAM THRUSTS FOR FY 2011

1. Improve jail security, custody and control programs.

2. Upgrade living conditions of inmates through promotion of restorative
justice system, decongestion of jails, provision for basic needs and
community-based support services.

3. Intensify conduct of development programs for inmates such as:
livelihood, education and skills training, recreation and religious
activities and health services.

4. Enhance organizational and personnel effectiveness through manpower
build-up, human resources development, structural and behavioral
reforms and innovations.

5. Strengthen measures for accountability through improved internal
control and intensified management.

BJMP PROGRAM/PROJECT/ACTIVITY
DESCRIPTION

I. ADMINISTRATION AND GOVERNANCE

- Professionalization of Jail Services
- Productivity Enhancement (Anti-Red Tape, Accountability
Measures, etc.)
- Managerial Capability Build-up

These involve the provision of education and training, human resource
development and continuing education to BJMP uniformed personnel.

- Morale & Welfare of Personnel
- Responsive Jail Programs Enhancement

These aim to boost the morale and welfare of jail personnel through the
provision of incentives and awards. Incentives come in the form of promotion to
the next higher rank while awards include the giving of citation and
commendation for exemplary services rendered.

- Integrated Public Information Program
- DILG Interior Sector IT Task Force

These aim to inform the public about the programs of the Bureau for the
offenders.

- Maintenance, Improvement and Repairs of Jails Facilities & Equipment

This involves the renovation and repair of dilapidated jails for inmates
safekeeping and provision of decent place for them.

II. SAFEKEEPING OF INMATES

- Custody, Security and Control of Inmates
- Decongestion of Jails

These programs aim to improve the living condition of inmates in
accordance with the accepted standards of treatment for inmates through the
release of those qualified under applicable penal laws.

III. INMATES WELFARE & DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

- Provision of Basic Needs of Inmates
- Provision of Health Care Services
- Spiritual Upliftment & Religious Services
- Livelihood Services
- Educational Programs
- Physical Fitness/Recreational and Sports Programs

These programs are intended to eliminate the inmates criminal behavior,
reform them to become law abiding and productive citizens and to prepare
them for their eventual return to their families and be absorbed into the
mainstream of society.