Thursday, November 19, 2009

RLECC Sub-Comm: The August Meeting (a photo blog)

The RLECC Sub-Comm meeting on Fishing and Environment Protection was conducted on August 19, 2009 at the Consolidated Mess Hall, NAVFORSOL, Rawis, Legazpi City.

The meeting was presided by Dr. Noemi SB. Lanzuela of the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources RO5

Out of the 15 member agencies, 14 were present

Naval Forces Southern Luzon (NAVFORSOL) represented by CAPT Romeo O Nebres,PN

(L-R) Regional Maritime Office 5 (RMO) represented by PCI Stanley Arteta
Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) represented by Mr. Bernardo Acuña

Department of Justice (DOJ) represented by Atty. Carlo Martin Adille

Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) reprsented by Insp. Eddie Bas

Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG) represented by PSUPT Salvador Caro

Philippine National Police PRO5 represented by PSInsp Paz M. Magistrado

Department of Education (DepEd) represented by Mr. Antero B. Buiza

Department of Agriculture (DA RFU5) represented by Mr. Renato Almonte

Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) represented by Mr. Olivio D. Ramirez

(L-R) Philippine Information Agency (PIA) represented by Ms. Aida Alcazar-Naz
Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) represented by MS. R
ebecca Matusalem

Philippine Coast Guard Bicol District (PCG) represented by LTJa Jose Ronnie Ong Jr.

Monday, July 13, 2009


The RLECC Sub-Committee on Fishing and Marine Environmental Protection (RLECC-SCFMEP) in the Bicol Region is composed of fifteen (15) regional member agencies, namely: BFAR, Phil. Coast Guard, MARINA, Phil. Navy, Phil. Maritime Police, PPA, PNP, CIDG, DENR, DILG, DOJ, DEPED, PIA and DA. Provincial coordinators of BFAR from the six provinces of the region are also regular members of the Sub-Com.

The Sub-com's duties and functions were formulated and approved by the member agencies during its first meeting on February 14, 2006, to wit: (1) serve as forum for dialogue and coordination among the member agencies engaged in the enforcement of appropriate laws; (2) coordinate policies/procedures in order to facilitate cooperation and integration of efforts among member agencies and ensure a unified direction in the suppression of specific illegal activities; (3) identify priority areas for coordinated joint law enforcement activities, as covered by the functions of the 2 sub-com; (4) prepare and submit to the chairman of the RLECC for consolidation/implementation, basic strategies/plans which shall outline the enforcement facet of the law enforcement campaign as well as delineate policies and thrusts in the effective implementation of law enforcement functions, and; (5) perform other functions as the RLECC may direct.