PAMELA HOMES SUBDIVISION HOMEOWNERS

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BOARD RESOLUTION No. 6

INSTALLATION OF TASK FORCE BANTAY PAMELA

WHEREAS, Article I, of the by-laws states that the association’s primary concern is to facilitate the delivery of adequate social services and economic advantages for the association to improve the quality of life and well-being of its members.

WHEREAS, Article VII Section 1 of the by-laws, states that the board of directors may name and appoint committee leaders and additional officers and employees with or without compensation if they may deem proper and necessary as the business of the association may demand; and,

WHEREAS, Article X, Section 1 of the by-laws, provides the Board of Directors the powers to promulgate rules and regulations consistent with law, the articles of incorporation and the by-laws. Unless provided otherwise in these by-laws, all policies, guidelines, rules and regulations promulgated by the Board of Directors concerning the imposition and collection of fees, dues, charges, and other assessments, or the use of the facilities and services rendered by the Association, or the imposition of any sanction against members of the Association, shall take effect only at least ten (10) days after the official posting thereof on the bulletin board of the Association, or the receipt of the written notice by the member concerned; and,

WHEREAS, the board has received reports/complaints from the residents related to theft and illegal entry of trespassers going over the perimeter fences, and complaints on disturbing activities at night such as videoke singing beyond 11PM; and,

WHEREAS, the board desires to augment the security force with a task force of volunteer male residents who will be tasked to patrol the subdivision perimeter fences and to control noisy and disturbing activities at night working together with the Volunteer Civilian Guard (VCG) and Tanod Support (TS); and,

NOW, THEREFORE, the board has decided that it is deemed necessary to install Task Force Bantay Pamela and adopts the following guidelines to be effective January 20, 2011 after 10 days posting at the association’s bulletin boards.

INSTALLATION OF TASK FORCE BANTAY PAMELA (TFBP) For

PAMELA HOMES SUBDIVISION HOMEOWNERS’ ASSOCIATION

A. QUALIFICATIONS:

1. Male, 18 yrs old and above

2. Must be a resident (owner or tenant) of Pamela Homes

3. Passed the volunteer screening by the TFBP Chief

B. REQUIREMENTS:

1. 2x2 ID picture

2. Bio-data

3. Photocopy of any valid ID

C.RECOGNITION, DUTY HOURS and PROVISIONS:

A TFBP volunteer must be recognized by the PHSHOA President and by the Barangay Chairman of Langkaan I by putting both their signatures in the TFBP volunteers’ individual ID card.

A TFBP volunteer patroller shall be on duty once every round depending on the total number of volunteers available. Duty hours shall be from 10:00PM to 12:00MN. Duty schedule shall be posted the the HOA bulletin board prepared by the TFBP Chief

The association shall provide 5 pcs of vest, first aid kit, 5pcs baton, 2pcs flash lights for the common use of all task force member, to be controlled by the task force chief. An individual TFBP ID shall also be provided.

Homeowners’ shall be encouraged to donate snacks and coffee for the volunteers on duty to keep them awake.

D. PROTOCOL

1. The TFBP patroller OIC on duty shall report security and accident related matters directly to the TFBP Chief with info to the VCG on duty.

2. The TFBP Chief shall report such cases to the Chairman of the Safety and Security Committee.

3. The Chairman of the Safety and Security Committee shall report such cases to the association President.

4. The association President shall instruct the association secretary to disseminate the information to all residents if necessary.

E. ORIENTATION and TRAINING

1. The Chairman of the Safety and Security Committee with the help of his TFBP Chief shall orient a new TFBP volunteer on his duties and responsibilities, protocol of reporting, limitations emergency contact numbers and all matters related to his post.

2. The Chairman of the Safety and Security Committee shall ensure that the new TFBP volunteer has attended a citizen’s arrest training (from Barangay Council) and baton use before he is assigned for duty.

D. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

1. MAIN DUTIES:

All TFBP volunteer patrollers on duty shall:

a. make rounds(using a checklist) within the subdivision every hour checking on perimeter fences, vacant lots/spaces, clubhouse, streets, and return to gate every hour.

b. implement curfew hours from 10:00PM for residents below 18yrs old.

c. make rounds to check disturbing or noisy activities beyond 11:00PM

d. report any findings according to the protocol as stipulated herein.

2. AUTHORITY:

a. All TFBP volunteers are not required to make an arrest but have the authority to make a “citizen’s arrest” only to un-identified residents and non-residents suspiciously loitering within the subdivision with intent to disturb or steal. When a Tanod Support (TS) is present, it is better to do the arrest with him.

b. All TFBP volunteers are authorized to make polite reminders to residents doing disturbing or noisy activities beyond 11:00PM.

c. Bringing of firearms is strictly prohibited. Only baton and tear gas may be used as a weapon for self defense and as a deterrent for criminals.

d. Arrested citizens must be turned over to the TS for questioning and turned over to the barangay council upon approval of the association President.

3. SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The TFBP volunteers shall act as “patrollers” of the association at night time and shall perform the following:

a. Perimeter fence watch:

1. Check for possible entry of outsiders

2. Check for deterioration or damage that might be caused by unauthorized entry

b. Curfew for residents 18yrs and below and for parties/singing sessions/noisy sessions beyond 11pm.:

1. Apprehend and report residents below 18 yrs old violating the curfew hours of 10:00PM to 4:00AM.

2. Apprehend and report any noisy activities beyond 11:00PM such as parties/singing sessions and other activities that might disturb other residents already sleeping.

c. Perform other requests from the association such as re-routing of traffic and posting of traffic signs or controlling crowds during association events.

Note: These guidelines may be improved/revised by the TFBP Chief, recommended by the Safety and Security Committee Chairman, approved by the President.

PAMELA HOMES SUBDIVISION

HOMEOWNERS’ ASSOCIATION

By: _______________________

Edgardo Y. Padilla, President

Board of Directors

During the meeting of the Board of Directors, at which meeting, a quorum was obtained and acting throughout, the following resolution, upon motion made and duly seconded, were unanimously approved and adopted:

BOARD RESOLUTION No. 6

INSTALLATION OF TASK FORCE BANTAY PAMELA

APPROVED AND SIGNED by the Undersigned Members of the Board of Directors, this _____ day of ________, _________, Cavite.

NAME SIGNATURE

1. Edgardo Y. Padilla _______________________

2. Jose B. Belardo _______________________

3. Domiciano M. Mendoza _______________________

4. Ma. Claudia S. Talatayod _____RESIGNED_________

5. Ernesto J. Abibas _______________________

6. Maricel R. Yanoria _______________________

7. Marivic B. Beniopa _______________________

8. Jolene M. Marquez _______________________

9. Vincent G. Tabequero _____ABSENT___________

10. Meilanic C. Jimenez _______________________

11. Alvin V. Ayson _____RESIGNED_ _______

12. Gay F. Florentino _____ABSENT___________

13. Jonathan S. Junio _______________________

14. Henry C. Madrilejos _______________________

15. Nhomar S. Gesmundo _______________________

Countersigned by:

Ms. Meilani C. Jimenez

Secretary

SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN to before me, this ____ day of _____, 2010 at Cavite, who exhibited to me their identification nos. written below their names.

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