Third Quarter Accomplishments (CY 2019):
JJWC has conducted roll-out trainings on the use of the of the Integrated Case Management Sub-system under its NJJWMIS in eight (8) regions (CALABARZAON, II, III, VI, IX, XI, BARMM and NCR) with a total of 147 participants composing of social workers from LGU-managed Bahay Pag-asa, community-based social workers from selected Local Social Welfare and Development Office (LSWDO) and DSWD’s Regional Rehabilitation Center for Youth (RRCY).
The training focused on equipping the user to provide easiness of managing cases of children at risk and children in conflict with the law specifically in recording, updating and monitoring the implementation of individual intervention/treatment plan, and in referring cases to other duty-bearers
One of performance indicators in relation to the Agency’s achievement of its major final output (i.e., Restorative Justice and Welfare Policy Services for Children at Risk and Children in Conflict with the Law) is that 75% percent of its policies/plans issued are rated by stakeholders as good or better. To objectively and accurately measure the stakeholders’ level of satisfaction a survey was undertaken with the assistance of all RJJWC Secretariats. The survey focused on two areas: level of satisfaction along usefulness and implementation and level of awareness. Four (4) policies issued from 2015 to 2017 were subjected to the survey. These are the following:
- PNP Manual on Handling Cases of CAR and CICL;
- Integrated Care Management Protocol for Duty-Bearers;
- Barangay Protocol in Handling children-at-risk and children in conflict with the law; and
- Guidelines on the Monitoring of Detention Facilities including Bahay Pag-asa