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Republic of the Philippines

Province of Camarines Sur

Municipality of Bombon
Barangay Sto. Domingo




WHEREAS, The Local Government Code of 1991, other National Laws and Memoranda
mandates all government to revitalize the local special bodies, boards Council and
other civic organization in their respective locality.
WHERAS, the Department of the Interior and Local Government issued the
Memorandum Circular No. 2015-63 on Revitalization of the Barangay Anti-drug abuse
Council (BADAC)and their Role in Drug Clearing Operation.
WHEREAS, drug related have been constantly present in our country in related in
multiple crime. The barangay as the first line of defense should lead the fight against
illegal drugs through the campaign ‘ Mamamayan, Sugpuin ang Illegal na Droga”
WHEREAS, this memorandum Circular is issued to emphasize to local authorities,
specially barangay officials , their principal responsibilities in support of over all efforts to
address peace in order ,particularly to curb illegal drugs and other substances.
WHEREAS,the Sangguniang Barangay Sto. Domingo firmly believes in participatory
governance to be able to effectively responds to the needs of community.
NOW THEREFORE, I WELSON C. MORALDE, Punong Barangay of Sto. Domingo, Bombon,
Camarines Sur by virtue of the power vested on me by the Local Government Code of
1991 and other existing laws do hereby direct the following:
SECTION 1. Revitalized the Barangay Anti-drug Abuse Council (BADAC) in Barangay Sto.
Domingo, Bombon, Camarines Sur composed the following member to viz:
 P/B Welson C. Moralde Chairperson
 Kgd. Jerry S. Pasobillo Vice Chairperson
 Kgd. Myrsha M. Perilla Member
 Ma. Ylonah Fae Avenido Task Force Youth
 Ms. Eden S. Yanson SDES Principal
 Rosita N. Camalla Solo Parent Pres.
 Ariel Argolida Chief Tanod
 PO IIncina adviser Municipal chief of police


Kgd. Jerry S. Pasobillo Chairman Committee on Peace in Order
Kgd. Andres B. Ramirez Jr. Barangay Kagawad
Kgd. Vean Andro C. Hayag -do-
Kgd. Edgardo B. Segovia -do-
Kgd.Marcelo G. Asas -do-
Kgd. Rosalia C. Zabaldica -do-
Kgd. Myrsha M. Perilla -do-
Ariel A. Argolida Chief Tanod
Welbin M. Evalla Barangay Police
Agustin a Tabares -do-
Venancio Contreras -do-
Fernando R. Argolida -do-
Rodel C. Pesico -do-
Renato A. Pecino -do-
Allan C. Dacpano -do-
Larry R. Balaquiao -do-
Agnes C. Villarin BHW
Rowena C. Eligiyo -do-
Maureen E. Pasobillo -do-
Marife M. Cardente -do-
Marlyn P. Suarez BNS
Eden C. Aleta Barangay Police/Women’s Desk
Esmeralda C. Borja Religious group/Lupong Tagapamayapa
Jerry M. Evalla Lupong Tagapamayapa
Amparo A. Nale Daycare Worker
Ricardo B. Luzon Lupong Tagapamayapa
Section 2. The function of Barangay Anti-drug Action Council are the following;
 Conduct regular meeting at least once a month and call for a special meetings
whatever necessary
 Plan strategized, implement and evaluate program and projects on drug abuse
prevention in the barangay organized the BADAC Auxiliary to compose an ideal
number of 25 members per 2,000poulation of the barangay representing streets,
purok, subdivision or sitios
 Equip Barangay Tanod and BADAC Auxiliary Team on their roles and functions in
the campaign against street level illegal drugs trade through seminars or
 Coordinate and collaborate with other institutions implementing programs and
project on drug abuse prevention at the barangay level;
 Continuously gather and update data on illegal drug related incidents and iys
effect on the peace in order situation in the barangay including listing of
suspected drug user and pusher
 Submit a monthly report to the City/Municipal Anti-Drug Abuse Council copy
furnished the DILG City/Municipal Field Office :
 Refer expected drug users to the C/MDAC and other institution for
corresponding counseling and/or rehabilitation;
 Conduct information. Education Campaign (IEC) on Illegal Drugs demand
 Monitor disposition and progress of drug related cases filed; and
 Performed other related functions.
Section 3. Composition of BADAC Committees


 Kgd. Jerry S. Pasobillo Chairman Committee on Peace in Order

 Ariel A. Argolida Chief Tanod
 Auxiliary Team Committee -Members ( 25)

 Roles & Responsibilities

Prepare a confidential list of suspected users, pushers financiers and/or
protector of illegal drug trade found in the LGU’s area or jurisdiction to be
submitted to the City/Municipal Anti-drug abuse Council copy furnished
the PNP Anti-Illegal Drugs Special Operations Task Force (AIDSOTF)and
Establish rehabilitation referral Desk and process application for
rehabilitation of drug dependents.
 Pre-Operations
Identification of drugs affected house cluster, work places, streets purok
and sitios where manufacture, delivery, sale or use of illegal drugs are
being conducted and to report the same immediately to the PNP or
Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PEDEA)
Conduct administrative searchers of suspected drugs dens/laboratories.
Conduct briefings, meetings prior to the launching of operations to ensure
positive result and safety of the operating teams and the community
 During Operations
Ensure safety of the community and regulatory of the operations.
Any barangay elected official present during the operations to witness
the inventory of seized drugs/paraphernalia.
Extend such other necessary assistance to the PEDEA and PNP authorities
in its operation against illegal drugs including but nor limited to the
prevention on evidence and protection of witness and suspects against
unlawful acts.
 Post Operation
The elected barangay official present during the operations to execute
an affidavitand actas witness in court hearing in the prosecution of drug
Submit reports during clearing operation conducted, if any, to the
City/Municipal Anti-Dug Abuse Council copy furnished the DILG
City/Municipal Field Office.
For operation conducted/initiated by the PEDEA/PNP an elected barangay
official should be involved immediately after the raid and be present to
stand as witness during the conduct of inventory.


 Myrsha M. Perilla -Chairman Committee of Women and Family

Eden S. Yanson -School Principal
Rosita N. Camalla -Member Solo/Senior Citizen
Esmeralda C. Borla -Religious group

Roles and responsibilities

 Coordinate and collaborate with other institutions in the barangay if any, (i. e.
Barangay Intelligence Network (BIN) “T he eye in the Barangay “ Barangay
Peacekeeping Action Team (BPAT), etc. in implementing program and projects
on anti-illegal drug abuse.
 Conduct consultative meetings with organization in the barangay such as the
Parents Teachers Association (PTCA) Youth Boys and Girls Scout, religious
organizations, senior citizen, homeowner associations, neighborhood
associations, purok and Tricycle Operators and Driver Association (TODA) and
other organization existing in the community to get their commitment to assist in
curbing the drug menace in the community:
 Strengthen the family by promoting values parental care and guidance that will
prevent children from attempting to and/or use of prohibited drugs;
 Strengthen the linkage of the Barangay Officials with the community , higher
LGU’s local police and PEDEA on anti-illegal drug campaign ;
 Conduct necessary seminar for the community on the dangers of illegal drugs
with the PNP.
 Empower the community in reporting drug related cases through an award
commendation system; and
 Identified and implement sustainable livelihood project as a reintegration
program to former drug pusher and drug addicts.
Section 4: Meeting- The Barangay Anti-drug Action Council shall meet every 1st Friday
of the month at the barangay hall of Sto. Domingo, Bombon, Camarines Sur.
Section 5: Effectivity- this executive order shall take effect immediately.

Done this 21st day of November 2016 at Barangay Hall Sto. Domingo, Bombon,
Camarines Sur.


Punong Barangay
Prepared by:

Gina B. Candelaria
Barangay Secretary