Welcome to the Official Website of the Office of the Special Envoy on Transnational Crime (OSETC)
The website is tailored to aid the public and policy makers regarding transnational crimes. The website aims to inform and communicate to various policy makers or policy making body relevant to prevention of transnational crimes in setting real-time policy directions.
Specifically, the Office is created under the Executive Order No. 265 s. 2004 (Defining the Approach and Institutional Mechanism for the Government’s Comprehensive Program on Combating Transnational Organized Crime) as another major step in the country’s continuing campaign against borderless crime.
In this current state of technological advancements, the constant need to change and adapt is necessary, henceforth this website is in constant updating so that important talking points and concepts about transnational crime is relayed to your computers and mobile devices swiftly.
Furthermore, the website updating is also in compliance with the Administrative Order No. 39, s. 2013 mandating government agencies to utilize the government web hosting service of the Department of Science and Technology-Information and Communications Technology Office (DOST-ICTO).
Through this avenue, our campaign in combatting transnational crimes become stronger, if not, enhanced backed by relevant program design standards and policy directions.
2nd Consultative Meeting: Drafting of the National Action Plan (NAP) to Combat Illicit Proliferation of Small Arms and Light Weapons (SALW)
OSETC Rep Attends Planning Session to Finalize the Draft Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) of the Strategic Trade Management Act of 2015 (RA 10697)
OSETC Attends the Launching of the National Intellectual Property Strategy (NIPS) Project
OSETC Rep Attends Two-Day Jakarta Centre for Law Enforcement Cooperation (JCLEC) Uk Protect and Prepare Workshop for Terrorism Preparedness and Protective Security
Drafting of the National Action Plan (NAP) to Combat Illicit Proliferation of Small Arms and Light Weapons (SALW) Commences
OSETC Attends the Microsoft Product Identification Seminar at IPOPHL
Final Consultative Meeting: Drafting Of The National Action Plan (NAP) To Combat Illicit Proliferation Of Small Arms And Light Weapons (SALW)
OSETC Participates in the Examining Shared Regional Understandings to Strengthen End Use/r Control Systems to Prevent Arms Diversion
OSETC Rep Attends Three-Day Writeshop for the Finalization of the Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) of the Strategic Trade Management Act of 2015 (RA 10697)
OSETC Participates In UN Programme of Action to Prevent, Combat and Eradicate the Illicit Trade in Small Arms and Light Weapons and All its Aspects
3rd Consultative Meeting: Drafting of the National Action Plan (NAP) to Combat Illicit Proliferation of Small Arms and Light Weapons (SALW)
OSETC Hosts the Weekly Flag Raising Ceremony of the Office of the President
26th Session of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice of the UNODC in Vienna, Austria
Arms Trade Treaty CSP3 3rd Informal Preparatory Meeting
OSETC Participates to OP Medical Mission in Celebration of the Office of the President’s 120th Founding Anniversary
OSETC Co-Hosted a Two-Day Workshop on UN POA and ATT with the UNRCPD
OSETC Participates in the NCIPR Strategic Planning Workshop 2017
Ambassador Pinili Attends a Forum on the South China Sea: The Philippines, ASEAN, and their International Partners
OSETC Participates to PCTC Security Implan to 30th ASEAN Leaders Summit
OSETC Attends a Three-Day Licensing System Implementation Workshop
OSETC Attends the Conference/Meeting During the Visit of The National Security Division of the U.S. Department of Justice
OSETC Participates in the Maritime Security Policy Strategic Dialogue
Cyber Investigation and Cyber Security Seminar/Workshop
Knowledge Sharing Exercise on Cybersecurity in the Workplace
Interpol NCB Manila Inter-Agency Meeting
State-Export Control And Related Border Security (EXBS)
Workshop on UN-PoA and ATT
Chemical Anti-Smuggling Enforcement 3 - Closing Remarks