To attain the best jail service is to give exemplary food service. One of the basic needs of every ndividual is to have the food serve on every table, and that is how the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology renders its services to the Persons Deprived of Liberty.
On February 18, 2021, Regional Food Service Council conducted a Virtual Food Service Seminar to discuss the new Memorandum Circular on Food Management, as amended, 2020. The memorandum circular focuses on the comprehensive policy that prescribes administrative and operational standards on food services. It was attended by the Food Service Supervisors, Food Specialist, Food Receiving Officers, Food Storage Officers, Food handling Officers, and Safety and Sanitation Officers.
Every staff’s tasks and responsibilities were also discussed to attain the best services in the food Council. Ninety-six personnel from 15 jails actively participated in the seminar. To best achieve its goal, the regional Food Service Council led by the Regional Food Service Chairman inspected the jail units dated February 18, 19, and 23. Sultan Kudarat areas were inspected by J/CINSP ALVINER PANDAOG RFSC member, while
J/CINSP JAMES LASMARIAS Asst. Chairman RFSC inspected the South Cotabato areas, and J/SUPT JULIUS ARRO Chairman RFSC inspected the North Cotabato areas. The inspection aimed to inform, check and even evaluate the food services of the jail unit.