Two Sub-components:Philippine Correctional System1.Institutional Corrections
Two Sub-components:1.Institutional CorrectionsPhilippine Correctional System2. Non-Institutional Corrections
1. Institutional CorrectionsBureau of Corrections (formerly Bureau of Prisons)Philippine Correctional System-was created under the Reorganization Act of 1905-Administrative Code of 1987 and Proclamation No. 495 issued on November 22, 1989. Change the agencies' name to Bureau of Corrections from Bureau of Prisons.
Old Bilibid Prison circa 1900New Bilibid Prison
Basic Mandates• Segregate person who has been committed by Court or competent authority to serve punishment or for safekeeping or similar purposeBureau of Corrections•Rehabilitate them so that upon return to free society they will be a responsible and law-abiding citizen.
Jurisdictional CoverageInmate/prisoners referred to as National prisoner, such as:Bureau of Corrections1)One sentenced to serve a maximum term of imprisonment of more than 3 years or to a fine of more than 1 thousand pesos
Jurisdictional CoverageBureau of Corrections2)Regardless of the length of the sentence imposed:• One sentenced for violation of the Custom Laws or other laws in the jurisdiction of the Bureau of Customs;• One sentenced for violation of immigration and election laws
Jurisdictional CoverageBureau of Corrections2)Regardless of the length of the sentence imposed:• One sentenced to serve 2 or more prison sentence in the aggregate exceeding 3 years period whether or not he/she appealed it.• One committed by Court or competent authority for safekeeping or similar purpose.
Bureau of Jail Management and Penology(BJMP)
Bureau of Jail Management and Penology(BJMP)BJMP was created in 1991 to address the growing concern of Jail management and penology problem. This Bureau was created pursuant to RA No. 6975 which mandated the Bureau to take operational and administrative control over all city, district and municipal jails.