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Building No. 657, 1st Floor, Burgos Street, Subic Bay Freeport Zone

Tel. No.: +6347.252.4550 / 4650
Fax No.: +6347.252.4667

Alfredo P. Agustin Jr.

Alfredo P. Agustin Jr.

Department Manager III


About Us

The Law Enforcement Department (LED) is tasked to perform law enforcement, physical security and investigative functions within the confines of the Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Republic of the Philippines.

The department is in-charge with enforcement of applicable laws, orders and rules and regulations - to include traffic, forest and harbor patrol, protection of property, initiate investigations - and handling of suspects under apprehension, security operations and control of all gates of the Subic Bay Freeport (SBF).

The department likewise provides 24-hour operational general law enforcement, physical security and investigative functions to include mobile and foot patrols within the confines of SBF.

The Manager is also the chairman of the Traffic Safety Board with the following members:

  • Engineering Department
  • Planning Development Office
  • Public Health and Safety Department
  • Telecommunications Department
  • Road and Bridges Division, MTD
  • Tourism Department


Based on the powers and functions prescribed in Chapter X Section 109 of RA No. 7227, the LED shall police and maintain law and order within boundaries of SBF. Access into and departure from the SBF shall be fully controlled by SBMA security agents.

Internal Affairs/General Assignment Service (IAGAS) Branch

Capt. Dantenor A. Cruz

Tel. No.: +6347.252.4413

Supervises the operations and oversees the implementation and achievement of the department's objectives, mission and vision in accordance with the prescribed rules and regulations of the department and SBMA as a whole. Administers policies and procedures for disposition of all reported and assigned cases and other measures necessary to ensure efficient resolution of cases.

  • Internal Affairs Section

    Lt. Aris S. Atienza

    Tel. No.: +6347.252.4146

    Investigates all complaints and allegations of improper conduct against LED personnel in accordance with the existing policies, rules and regulations of the department. Provides investigative assistance to Investigation Division, Philippine National Police and other agencies in matters of mutual interest.

  • General Assignment Service Section

    Sgt. Al Joseph A. Abarro

    Tel. No.: +6347.252.4413

    Conducts thorough investigation on cases such as: Unauthorized Fishing; Violation of Pass & ID Rules and Regulations; Apprehensions at the gates for verification; Violation incurred by illegal vendors and other vagrants unless such violations are punishable under PRC or other special criminals laws; and Traffic violations or incidents where there is no damage to property or injury to persons.

  • Gender-Based Desk

    Lt. Marife M. Rubia

    Tel. No.: +6347.252.4413

    Conducts investigation/inquiry relative to complaints committed by any person against women and children limited to the cases handled by the GAS Section such as: Unauthorized Fishing; Violation of Pass & ID Rules and Regulations; Apprehensions at the gates for verification; Violation incurred by illegal vendors and other vagrants unless such violations are punishable under PRC or other special criminals laws; and Traffic violations or incidents where there is no damage to property or injury to persons.

  • Surveillance and Operatives Section

    Lt. Alfred V. Jose

    Tel. No.: +6347.252.4271

    Provides covert security operations and monitors conduct of special events and profiling of reported suspicious characters within SBF. Conducts follow-up operations of cases in violation of the Revised Penal Code and other special laws.

Four Divisions of the department

  • Operations Division

    Maj. Gerardo A. Johnson

    Tel. No.: +6347.252.4641

    Formulates and implements security policies and procedures for overall security measures of the SBF. Provides advisory assistance to the LED Manager pertaining to status of physical security measures, loss prevention management, law enforcement and general peace and order within SBF. Supervises, coordinates, evaluates and directs all operating units to ensure effective response and execution of SOPs to all security related situations and incidents inside the Freeport Zone.

    • Watch Commander

      Lt. Fausto DJ. Lacanilao Jr.

      Tel. No.: +6347.252.4177

      Assists the Operations Officer in the supervision of law enforcement and physical security tasks and exercise operational functions over all branches’ OICs and subordinates, ensuring the high level of security.

    • OIC - Administrative Branch

      Lt. Julie J. Mañalac

      Tel. No.: +6347.252.4048 / 4855

      Provides internal administration of the department and various administrative support and personnel management services, timekeeping and maintenance of records of personnel files of all personnel of the department. Also administers billing assessment of all security services. Authorized signatory on Applications for Leave and Daily Time Records (DTRs) of LED personnel.

    • OIC - Operations Command Center

      Lt. Warren S. Valdez

      Tel. No.: +6347.252.4665 / 4505

      Provides assistance to the Department Manager. Receives, compiles and acts on all communications from different SBMA departments, locators, other government agencies concerning the administrative and operational functions of different division/branches of LED.

    • OIC - Logistics Branch

      Capt. Ronaldo R. Lansangan

      Tel. No.: +6347.252.4212

      Maintains statistics on budget matters and prepares MOOE/CAPEX Budget Proposal every prior year in coordination with the different Branches/Detachments of LED. Manages, plans and controls the flow of goods, supplies, materials and equipment through an organization processes. Maintain an updated inventory of SBMA-LED owned firearms licenses. Provides logistical support as available to any events/activities being conducted/hosted by the department. Controls the LED Armory where firearms, ammunitions, and baton (PR-24) are issued to LED personnel.

    • OIC - Communications Branch

      Capt. Joseph D. Vitug

      Tel. No.: +6347.252.4650 / 4550

      Plans, organizes and controls overall activities of the SBMA E-911 Rescue System. Monitors and records the 24-hour activities of LED operations within and outside SBF.

    • OIC - Law Enforcement Academy

      Lt. Roderic C. Grueso

      Tel. No.: +6347.252.4272 / 4027

      Develops, implements, supervises, coordinates, evaluates and directs all facets of security, law enforcement, motor vehicles, firearms and special emergency response/disaster search and rescue training programs/policies/procedures for SBMA LED, other SBMA Departments, and locators within SBF. Provides seminars on Firearms Safety Procedures as a requirement for private security agencies for SBMA accreditation, and Traffic Rules and Regulations seminars for SBF locators and other agencies outside the SBF upon request.

  • Patrol Division and its branches

    Capt. Marlon J. Mallari

    Tel. No.: +6347.252.4143

    Plans, implements and controls the over-all operation of the Traffic and Harbor Patrol branches, ensuring full compliance with existing SBMA Rules and Regulations.

    • Traffic Branch

      Capt. Jocelyn G. Manday

      Tel. No.: +6347.252.4121

      Implements and enforces traffic rules and regulations. Maintains smooth and orderly vehicular and pedestrian traffic along main roads and major intersections, and provides security escorts to VIPs and other dignitaries, both local and foreign.

    • Harbor Patrol Branch

      Lt. Ador R. Fajardo

      Tel. No.: +6347.252.4142

      Provides security over SBF territorial waters, preventing illegal fishing and other forms of abuse that deplete its marine and natural resources. Member, LED Rescue Team.

  • Special Reaction Division and its Branches

    Maj. Rene D. Alinea Jr.

    Tel. No.: +6347.252.4481

    Plans, implements and controls the over-all special activities conducted/hosted by the department for contingences or other emergencies that may occur within SBF or nearby towns.

    • Special Weapons and Tactics

      Sgt. Atoz C. Ballesteros

      Tel. No.: +6347.252.5027

      Performs special police functions as reaction unit responding to serious violation that may occur within the SBF such as bomb threats, intruder activities, burglaries and other emergencies.

    • Forest Ranger Branch

      Lt. Cesar A. Dolojan

      Tel. No.: +6347.252.5217

      Protects and preserves the remaining rain forest of SBF by conducting armed mobile and foot patrol to deter unauthorized acts such as illegal harvesting of forest products, forest arson and other criminal activities. Member, LED Rescue Team.

    • Canine (K-9) Branch

      Sgt. Menandro A. Alano

      Tel. No.: +6347.252.5500

      Ensures the security of buildings, properties and most especially persons exposed to dangerous areas, utilizing the working dogs' potential and capability to detect explosive devices, dangerous drugs and other illegal substances.

  • Physical Security and Community Relations Division and its Branches

    Maj. Jose G. Laxamana Jr.

    Tel. No.: +6347.252.4481

    Plans, implements and controls the over-all operation of the Port Sentinel Branch and Outsourcing of Security Services ensuring full compliance with the existing SBMA rules and regulations.

    • Port Sentinel Branch

      Lt. Niño B. Caligayahan

      Tel. No.: +6347.252.4423

      Ensures that all personnel/vehicles possess proper identification and authorization prior to entry/exit in all SBF gates (Main, Tipo, Rizal, Naval Supply Depot [NSD], Ship Repair Facility [SRF], 14th St., Kalaklan, Morong and Kalayaan Gate). Also provides security to SBMA building No. 709 (PPMD), and Checkpoint on 10-13 Road to prevent unauthorized entry of persons and unauthorized pull out of government-owned equipment and materials.

    • Outsourcing of security services at Housing Areas

      Maintains physical security to the housing areas of SBF and ensures the safety of residents and locators.

    • Outsourcing of security services at Buildings of SBMA

      Provide physical security to SBMA buildings and ensure that SBMA personnel, guests and visitors are properly protected and secured.

    (Resolution No. 06-10-1188) Certification No. 06-596 Series of 2006)
    Supervisor 500.00
    Non-supervisor (Traffic) 300.00
    Non-supervisor (Harbor) 400.00
    Divers 700.00
    Dog Handler 600.00
    Motorboat 800.00
    Working Dog 800.00
    Motorcycle 500.00
    Motor Vehicle 600.00
    Bicycle 400.00
    IMPOUNDMENT FEE (all types of vehicles including motorcycles)
    (Resolution No. 13-08-4839 - Certification No. 13-187 Series of 2013)
    The 1st three days Php 500.00 and
    Succeeding days Php 50.00 per day
    (Resolution No: 13-01-4668 - Certification No. 13-015 Series of 2013)
    Municipal Fishermen caught boat fishing inside the SBFZ secured waters:
    1st Offense  - Php 5,000.00 and confiscation of catch
    2nd Offense - Php 10,000.00 and confiscation of catch
    3rd Offense  - Php 15,000.00 and confiscation of catch, fishing
                              paraphernalia, boat or vehicle
    Municipal Fishermen or anybody caught using dynamite, cyanide or other chemical, or illegal fishing technique inside the SBFZ secured waters:
    Php 50,000.00 and immediate impoundment of boat or vehicle, confiscation of fishing net and paraphernalia, and possible jail time
    (Resolution No: 06-12-1280 – Certification No. 07-008 Series of 2007)
    Firearms Safety Procedures
    Training Service Fee - Php 2,000.00 (minimum of 20 participants plus P100.00/participant if exceeded)
    (Resolution No: 07-09-1761- Certification No. 07-501 Series of 2007)
    2-hour seminar on Traffic Rules and Regulations
    Training Service Fee - Php 2,000.00 (minimum of 20 participants plus P100.00/participant if exceeded)
    (Resolution No. 07-12-2011 –Certification No. 08-042)
    1st Offense Warning to the vendors that they will be ousted from the Freeport
    2nd Goods will be impounded for one (1) week and a fine of Php100.00
    3rd Goods will be impounded for one (1) month and a fine of Php500.00
    4th Goods will be confiscated and will not be returned to the owner

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