BUREAU OF JAIL MANAGEMENT AND PENOLOGY
The BJMP Multi-purpose Cooperative started from a mere common visitor of a few personnel at the Central Office that establishment of a cooperative would alleviate the financial plight of the low-salaried personnel who are oftentimes buried neck-deep in loan with various lending associations and private lenders plying their trade within the organization. They organized themselves into a core group and got started with the conduct of the Pre-Membership Educational Seminar on June 23, 1995, and which was attended by 43 personnel. This was followed by the preparation of voluminous documents, such as the By-Laws, Articles of Cooperation and Economic Survey which were finally submitted to the Cooperative Development Authority on October 13, 1995. After much arm-pulling and, foremost, the strong support of the Bureau’s leadership and the cooperators, the Cooperative got the much needed “shot-in-the-arm”, so speak.
BJMP-MPC, therefore, is an organization composed of the Bureau’s personnel who voluntarily pledge to undertake the responsibilities of membership and who anticipate the usefulness of the service of the Cooperative, more particularly savings and loaning services and the purchase of production inputs, supplies, materials, equipment, consumer goods, processing, catering, printing, and other allied services.
A globally recognized cooperative of exceptionally empowered and satisfied members.
We build the socio-economic and entrepreneurial capabilities of members by providing excellent financial products and relevant services.
Pagmamalasakit (care and concern)
1. To optimize financial returns for cooperative and members.
2. To increase and maintain loyal and patronizing empowered members.
3. To provide excellent range of financial products and services most responsive to the needs of the members and simplify processes for easier access.
4. To continuously equip BoD , Committees and Management Staff with necessary trainings/seminars for effective and efficient delivery of services.
5. To participate actively in local and international cooperative endeavors and support community and environment-friendly programs.
Tope – Al – Fred
Maricel – Saralyn – Marecris
Janeth – Doris – Clara – Jovelle