Strategies for Enforcing Values in the Public Sector CIOF Conference May 19, 2006 Grand Ballroom, EDSA Shangrila Hotel
Ethics and Social Responsibility • Ethics is defined as the study of how decisions affect other people. It is also a study of people’s rights and duties, the moral rules that people apply in making decisions, and the nature of the relationships among people. • Social responsibility is defined in terms of what an organization does to influence the society in which it exists. • Ethics and Social responsibility are concepts that are fundamentally about the quality of our relationships over time.
The Tools of Ethics • Values: Relatively permanent desires that seem to be good in themselves. • Rights: Claims that entitle a person to take a particular action. • Duties: Obligations to take specific steps or obey the laws. • Moral Rules: Rules for behavior that often become internalized as moral values.
Institutionalizing Ethics • • • Code of conduct Ethics committee Ombudsman offices Judicial bodies Ethics training programs Social audits which are reports describing activities in a given area of social interest such as environmental protection, workplace safety, or community involvement.
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THE POLICE OFFICER’S PLEDGE • I will love and serve God, my country and people; • I will uphold the constitution and obey legal orders of the duly constituted authorities; • I will oblige myself to maintain a high standard of morality and professionalism; • I will respect the customs and traditions of the police service; and, • I will live a decent and virtuous life to serve as an example to others.
ORGANIZATIONAL REFORM in OPERATIONS AND PROCEDURES to enhance PNP strengths, and address weaknesses that block performance. NEIGHBORHOOD PARTNERSHIPS for COMMUNITY-BASED ANTI-CRIME PROGRAMS. Networks of people and organizations to build a united front against crime. EDUCATION, TRAINING AND BENEFITS IMPROVEMENT is our investment in the police who will do battle to win the streets.
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE PNPITP Ø Ø Ø Ø Ø National Policy and Institution Development Police Operations Facilities Development Human Resources Development and Management Administrative and Financial Management Strategic Planning and Performance Management Information and Communication Technology Development of Best Practices Public Information and Advocacy Reform Management
Strategies Ø Activating the PNP education and training board Ø Strictly applying the individual evaluation rating system Ø Unconditionally implementing the PNP anticorruption plan Ø Full modernization of the PNP clearance and licensing system Ø Adhering to the E-procurement law Ø Maximizing the PNP web portal
MONITORING OF THE PNPITP
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