Investigatory Project

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University of Luzon
College of Computer Studies
Dagupan City

NBI (National Bureau of Investigation) Dagupan District Office (DADO) Computer-Based Processing System

Presented by:
Orduña, Nhesreen Angelica V.
Florendo, Samantha Kathrina
Nicholas, Bryan
Capitle, Jenny Rose
Gatchalian, Bianca Kamille

Presented to:
Prof. Rosemarie Maneclang – Carrillo

I. Introduction

Our Group has been requested to review the daily operations of the NBI (National Bureau of Investigation) Dagupan District specifically the Department that processes NBI Clearance. The scope of this preliminary investigation is to define both the current and future workflow needs of NBI (Clearance).

NBI (National Bureau of Investigation)
   The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) saw its inception on November 13, 1936 upon approval of Commonwealth Act No. 181 by the legislature. It was the brainchild of the late President Manuel L. Quezon and Jose  Yulo, then Secretary of Justice.    Tasked with organizing a Division of Investigation or DI patterned after the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation were Thomas Dugan, a veteran American police captain from the New York Police Department and Flaviano C. Guerrero, the only Filipino member of the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation.    On the basis of stiff physical, mental, and moral standards, 45 men were selected as agents from among 300 applicants. To complement this investigative force was a civilian staff composed of doctors, chemists, fingerprint technicians, photographers, stenographers, and clerks.     During the Japanese occupation, the DI was affiliated with the Bureau of Internal Revenue and the Philippine Constabulary known as the Bureau of Investigation (BI). Subsequently, during the post-liberation period, all available DI agents were recruited by the US Army CIC as investigators.     Since then, the Bureau assumed an increasingly significant role. Thus, on June 19, 1947, by virtue of Republic Act No. 157, it was reorganized into the Bureau of Investigation. Later, it was amended by Executive Order No. 94 issued on October 4, 1947 renaming it to what it is presently known, the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI).

Organizational Structure/Jurisdiction
            The NBI is a government entity that is civilian in character, and national in scope which is   under the Department of Justice.             It is headed by a director and with an assistant director and six (6) deputy-directors for -- Special Investigation Services (SIS); Regional Operations Services (ROS); Intelligence Services (IS); Technical Services (TS); Administrative Services (AS); and Comptroller Services (CS).

II.Vision and Mission

Its Objectives
   The main objective of the National Bureau of Investigation is the establishment and maintenance of a modern, effective and efficient investigative service and research agency for the purpose of implementing fully principal functions provided under Republic Act No. 157, as amended. Its Vision

   A world-class investigative institution - dynamic, respected and committed to the high ideals of law and order.

Its Mission
   To provide quality investigative and forensic services to the people through advanced methods and equipment in the pursuit of truth and justice.

III. Organizational Chart
Main Office
NBI
Office of the Director
Atty. Nonnatus Caesar R. Rojas
Office in Charge

Training Division
Atty. Dante A. Gierran
Training Director
Agripina Dela Cruz
Chief

Office of the Assistant Director
Atty. Medardo G. Delemos
Assistant Dircetor

Office of the Deputy Director
For Administrative Services
Atty. Rickson L. Chiong
Deputy Director

General Services Division (GSD)
Alicia Ulanday
Chief
Complaints and Records Division (CRD)
Don R. Hernandez
Chief
Electronics and Communication Division (ECD)
Engr. Roy A. Cartagena
Chief
Building Maintenance Section (BMS)
Engr. Ramon Ramon
Chief...
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