KALIBO, Aklan – An independent, third-party group started reviewing innovations, motivations and best practices of police stations in the province from June 17 to 21.
The auditors will assess the overall performance and accomplishments of municipal police stations of Malinao, Kalibo and Numancia in the implementation of strategic initiatives for the past two years.
The assessment will be based on the continuing Performance Governance System (PGS) journey.
PGS has four stages – initiation, compliance, proficiency, and institutionalization.
To attain the PGS “Institutionalized status,” the police stations need to satisfy the mandatory requirements of establishing effective mechanism for data tracking and reporting of governance performance, thorough conduct evaluation to determine breakthrough results and the development of individual performance scorecards.
Last June 13, the Kalibo police station initiated the pre-evaluation of the third party field audit.
Aklan deputy director for administration Lieutenant Colonel Jacob Crisostomo graced the activity with Kalibo police chief Lieutenant Colonel Richard Mepania and members of Municipal Advisory Council. (With a report from Akean Forum/PN)