Department of Public Order and Safety
- Gate 3, DPOS Building, Quezon City Hall Compound, Kalayaan Avenue, Brgy. Central, Quezon City
- 8400-0599 / 8710-1871 / 8924-1851
- [email protected]
Monday to Friday
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
The Department of Public Order and Safety (DPOS) promotes public order, security, and peace in the City. It is mandated to maintain orderliness through the strict implementation of all existing rules governing land use as well as other rules related to the maintenance of peace and order. The clearing of all public roads of any forms of obstructions is one of its priority mandates.
To provide services using the pertinent provisions of laws, rules, and regulations for the benefit of the City’s constituents with dedication, punctuality, outstanding service, and sincerity.
To be dedicated in serving the people and passionate in upholding the peace, order, and safety of the city.
To be an office where service, integrity, and discipline are always observed.
To be a steward of the City helping lead the people towards a progressive and dynamic economy.
- City Ordinance No. NC-140, S-90, Ordinance Establishing The Department Of Public Order And Safety In The Quezon City Government And Providing For And Defining Its Organization Structure, Duties, Functions And Responsibilities
- City Ordinance No. SP-2447, S-2015, Ordinance Creating The Quezon City Green Transport Office Under The Department Of Public Order And Safety (DPOS), Defining Its Duties, Functions, And Responsibilities, Providing For Its Composition, Appropriating The Necessary Funds thereof and for other purposes
Formulate plans and programs that improve public safety service in the City.
Provide auxiliary services for security and disaster control.
Undertake continuing studies and research on public security problems and make appropriate recommendations.
Maintain an intelligence network.
Conduct periodic surveillance of cleared existing squatter areas for upgrading as well as vacant land which are potential areas for squatting.
Develop informative and educational knowledge and awareness on global warming, climate change, and how motor vehicle emissions contribute to the ecological imbalance; and encourage all owners of all types of gasoline-fed and diesel-fed vehicles whether public or private to convert to clean air technology options.
- Distribution and Awarding of Electric Tricycles to all qualified QC TODA members.
As of January 13, 2022, DPOS distributed 260 E-Trikes to the different beneficiaries of the City for livelihood, modernization and upgrading of the two-stroke tricycles, and improvement of air quality. The Department of Public Order and Safety, through the Green Transport Office, monitors the operation of the E-Trikes.
- Distribution of Bicycle Helmets to Promote Safe Cycling in Quezon City
To promote safe cycling in the City, a total of 2,998 bicycle helmets were distributed to bikers last October 2, 2020. The Green Transport Office accepts registration of bicycles and other active modes of transportation voluntarily.
- Clearing Operation
DPOS proceeded with the removal of the security booms last February 15, 2021 at the gate of Flordeliz Street corner Commonwealth, Geneva Garden Subdivision, Barangay North Fairview, to make the street accessible to the public under SP 946, series of 2020, An Ordinance was passed providing for the reopening to the public of subdivision roads within territorial jurisdiction of Quezon City.
- Provision of Security Assistance during Special Events and Special Programs
In compliance with IATF guideline restrictions during Enhanced Community Quarantine due to COVID-19 Pandemic, all concerned agencies and departments conducted Joint Operation on Health Protocol “The One Time Big Time” last May 12, 2020 at Quezon City Memorial Circle. DPOS provided security assistance.
- Anti-Insurgency Advocacy Campaign under POPS Plan
The Quezon City Task Force for Capacitating Urban Communities for Peace and Development (TF-CUCPD) produced printed and audio-video materials depicting the lives of nine QCitizens, each representing a sector of Quezon City Society. Each sector contributes towards the maintenance of security and peace in the community, and fights against terrorism.
Mr. Elmo DG. San Diego, Ph.D.
City Government Department Head III
|Divisions||Officer Name||Office Address||Contact Information|
|Administrative Division||Ms. Consolacion S. Buenaventura, Ph.D.|
Chief Administrative Division
|3rd Floor, DPOS Building, Quezon City Hall Compound, Quezon City||8710-1871|
|Security and Intelligence Division||Mr. Roger P. Cuaresma|
Security Officer V/Chief, Security and Intelligence Division
|3rd Floor, DPOS Building, Quezon City Hall Compound, Quezon City||8734-9991|
|Anti-Squatting and Relocation Division||Mr. Remigio B. Gregorio|
Housing and Homesite Regulation Officer VI /Chief, Anti-Squatting and Relocation Division
|3rd Floor, DPOS Building, Quezon City Hall Compound, Quezon City||8400-0599;8924-1851|
|Green Transport Office||Ms. Corazon B. Medes|
Chief Transportation Development OfficerChief, QC Green MTransport Office
|Ground Floor, DPOS Building, Quezon City Hall Compound, Quezon City||8710-0743|
DPOS CITIZEN'S CHARTER 2020