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March 4, 2021 5:37 pm

30th PNP Founding Anniversary

Commissioner Vitaliano N Aguirre II, Vice Chairman and Executive Officer of the National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM) urged the 220,000-strong Philippine National Police to always strive for “excellence and integrity”. “Our people’s trust in us, their public servants, should be compensated with our continuous efforts to better ourselves,” Aguirre said. The newly-appointed NAPOLCOM official was guest of honor and keynote speaker during the 30th PNP Founding Anniversary celebration in Camp Crame. In his remarks, Aguirre recognized the PNP for perfoming its law enforcement and public safety mandate during “extraordinary times”. “From the Taal volcano eruption, the spate of devastating typhoons, up to the COVID-19 pandemic, all these have tested our limits, both as a country and as individuals. Yet, in the face of all these challenges, plus the issues of peace and order, we have seen how our police force have have adopted and have shown admirable flexibility, and have even led admirably, amidst the ever changing landscape of the Covid-19 scourge.” Aguirre said. He said, “the greater challenge ahead of us demands for a police force that is flexible, agile, and adaptable, and can thrive in any volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous situation.” “This is my vision for our police force. A police force of leaders. DURT leaders. DIRECT, UNDERSTANDABLE, RELIABLE, and TRUSTWORTHY leaders,” he said. “We need direct and decisive leaders of the police force who can act quickly without any hesitation to the radical changes of our fast-paced world, but always within the bounds of the law. We need leaders of the police force who truly understand the context, depth, and magnitude of our problems. We need leaders of the police force who are reliable and who can adapt to the changing times where everything is interconnected. And more importantly, we need leaders of the police who are trustworthy and can guide us to the right path, with the moral compass never to deviate from such a path.” Aguirre told the PNP. For his part, PNP Chief, Police General Debold M Sinas said the event is in honor of the 28 PNP members who have succumbed to COVID-19. “We are not only celebrating the meaningful 30 years journey of the PNP but it is also fitting to pay tribute to our 28 fellow PNP members who unfortunately did not survive the corona virus disease. Let their memories be our inspiration to pursue their interrupted mission to serve our country and people,” the Chief PNP said. The PNP annually celebrates its founding anniversary to commemorate the establishment of the Philippine National Police in January 29, 1991 pursuant to Republic Act 6975. Highlighting the 30th PNP Founding Anniversary rites today was a wreath-laying ceremony in Camp Crame led by Aguirre and Sinas at the Bantayog ng mga Bayaning Tagapamayapa, a battle monument of fallen PNP members. They were joined by a representative of the families of police heroes, Mrs. Nova Melad, the widow of the late Police Lieutenant Armand Melad of Parañaque City Police Station who died in a shootout with drug dealers in June last year. The 30th PNP Founding Anniversary is celebrated with theme “PNP@30: Kakampi mo Laban sa Pandemya, Ilegal na Droga, Kurapsyon at Terorismo.”

MOA WITH PGH ASSURES COPS OF MEDICAL CARE

The Philippine National Police signed a Memorandum of Agreement with the Philippine General Hospital (PGH) for the medical aid and treatment of wounded police personnel. During simple ceremonies at Camp Crame on Monday, PNP Chief Police General Debold M Sinas and PGH Director, Dr. Gerardo P. Legaspi signed the Memorandum of Agreement that provides medical care to police officers wounded “in the line of duty” through a Letter of Authorization (LOA), that guarantees the payment of medical services rendered to the PNP personnel. According to Dr, Legaspi, PGH will provide diagnosis and treatment ranging from interventional cardiac procedures, major operations, to robotic surgery, as well as the use of the hospital’s medical equipment and facilities, from admission to release. The “Line of duty” status is determined if the policeman is engaged in actual police operations or during hot pursuit of criminals and organized crime syndicates; and while in the performance of official duties from the time of departure at their residence and to the time and place of reporting for work, up to the time of departure from work (at the place of duty). Sinas expressed his utmost appreciation to PGH for its support of PNP personnel.

CPNP VISITED THE WAKE OF PMSG AMADO ORMILON JR AND PSSG NICHOL JAMOSMOS

PNP Chief PGEN DEBOLD M SINAS visited the wake of late Police Master Sergeant Amado Ormilon Jr. of the Headquarters Support Service (HSS) and Police Staff Sergeant Nichol Jamosmos of the Special Action Force (SAF) at the PNP Mortuary in Camp Crame, Quezon City and NCRPO Mortuary in Camp Bagong Diwa, Taguig City, respectively. Ormilion and Jamosmos died while responding to the fire which transpired inside the compound of the Transportation Maintenance Division-Logistics Support Service (TMD-LSS) yesterday, January 8, 2021. General Sinas paid his respects to the deceased police officers and assured the bereaved families of financial assistance from the PNP.

CPNP TOGETHER WITH THE COMMAND GROUP VISITED THE WAKE OF NAPOLCOM VICE-CHAIRMAN ATTY. ROGELIO T. CASURAO

Chief, PNP together with the PNP Command Group and other members of the PNP Directorial Staff visited the wake of Atty. Rogelio T. Casurao, Vice-chairman, NAPOLCOM at Arlington Memorial Chapel and Crematory, G Araneta Avenue, Quezon City.

A SUCCESSFUL OPERATION

Another successful operation 🙏🙏🙏Mam Police Major Marie Cabasal MD and Sir Dr. Rhoby Orata walang humpay po pasasalamat sa inyong ipinakita lampas sa inyong propesyon bilang mga mahusay na Lingkod pangkalusugan! Kulang po ang aking kakayanan para maibalik ang inyo malasakit at serbisyo kasama ng marami. Mabuhay po kayo at pagpalain ng puspos mula sa Diyos. Maraming salamat po hanggang sa aking kahulihang lahi! Thank you po muli maging sa mga nakasaksi at nagbigay panalangin!

AN EARLY CHRISTMAS GIFT

An early Christmas gift was received by Police Corporal Jayson Mangoba of Police Regional 2 who was diagnosed with stage 4 renal cancer from the Chief PNP, Police General Debold M Sinas. Known as a caring and protective father to his personnel, General Sinas extended financial support to PCpl Mangoba after learning that he is undergoing medical treatment because of his illness. PBGen Crizaldo Nieves, Regional Director of PRO 2 personally handed over the financial assistance of General Sinas to the said police officer. Aside from the financial assistance, General Sinas also grants scholarship to the daughter of PCpl Mangoba. Beyond the blessings he has received, PCpl Mangoba has expressed his deepest gratitude to the Chief, PNP for his kindness and big heart to the needy. "Sa tulong na naibigay ni General Sinas, mas lalong lumakas ang aking loob at naging matatag upang ipagpatuloy ang paglaban sa sakit na ito. Maraming salamat po sir!", PCpl said.

CPNP VOWS JUSTICE FOR SLAIN MOTHER AND SON

PNP Chief, Police General Debold M Sinas, with PRO3 Regional Director, Police Brig Gen, Valeriano De Leon (left) extends his personal condolences to Mr. Florentino Gregorio (3rd from right), patriarch of the orphaned family of the late Mrs. Sonya Gregorio and son Frank who both died in a shooting incident involving an off-duty policeman in Paniqui,Tarlac. The Chief PNP paid his respects to the deceased even as he assured the bereaved family of swift and decisive action in serving the ends of justice in the double murder case. Also present were Gregorio siblings Neil Patrick (2nd from right), and Tasha Georgene (right). The Chief PNP also extended financial assistance to the family.

CPNP GRACES THE OPENING OF THE KIANGAN EMERGENCY TREATMENT FACILITY

Chief PNP, PGEN DEBOLD M SINAS, graces the Opening of the Kiangan Emergency Treatment Facility today together with Health Service Director, PBGen Nolasco K Bathan, HS Command Group and other senior officers. The newly-renovated facility has 55 rooms and every patient will be given a free hygiene kits and vitamins. The said facility is operational effective today for all police personnel who are recommended to undergo self-quarantine upon the recommendation by frontline health workers of PNP Health Service.

OATH TAKING AND DONNING OF RANKS CEREMONY

PNP Chief, Police General Debold M Sinas administers the oath-taking and donning of the rank ceremony of PBGen Sidney Villaflor, Chief, SOSIA as one-star general and Police Colonel Uldarico A Garbanzos, Chief, RIMD, PRO-6, and Police Colonel Alex C Daniel, Chief, DCD, Manila Police District yesterday (December 17) held at the PNP Multi-Purpose Center, Camp BGen Rafael T Crame, Quezon City..

THE BIG HEART OF THE CPNP

With his build, he is relatively a big man, but it is the BIG HEART of the PNP Chief, Police General Debold M Sinas that makes him known and admired in the police organization. The latest of Chief, PNP's random acts of kindness and compassion was when he unceremoniously visited some patients at the PNP General Hospital last December 12, 2020. PGen Sinas was warmly welcomed by officials and staff of the Health Service headed by its Director, Police Brigadier General Nolasco K. Bathan. PGen Sinas comforted, exchanged pleasantries, and gave cash gift/financial assistance to police patients, including some dependents, in confinement at the different wards of the tertiary hospital of the PNP. He also inspected the following HS facilities: Physical Medical and Rehabilitation Service; Supply Section; and PNPHS Multi-Purpose Hall. Capping his first PNPGH visit as Chief, PNP was presiding a conference with the key HS officers and staff. Of course, the CPNP's Saturday surprise visit to PNPGH wards brought overwhelming smiles and warmth to the patients and hospital staff, which has once again demonstrated the usual caring and fatherly traits of our Chief, PNP. This may not be surprising though to his aides, for hospital visitations to see the wounded and sick personnel and their dependents have been a way of life for the Chief PNP even before his appointment as the Top Cop. His sterling leadership qualities have, in fact, endeared him to the countless men and women in the PNP whose lives he had touched. Yes, they speak volumes of the narrative about him as a police officer. He may be so strict at work, but beyond the man's unquestionable passion and dedication in the service is a big heart of a compassionate, generous, and loving guy that everyone will fully admire. It was indeed a short but meaningful visit for the 25th CPNP sharing his time and his big heart with the patients at the PNP General Hospital.

CHIEF, PNP GRACED THE SALAMAT KAPATID PROGRAM

PGEN DEBOLD M SINAS Chief, Philippine National Police graced the Salamat Kapatid Program together with the Command Group on December 11, 2020 at PNP Multi-purpose Center, Camp BGen Rafael T Crame, Quezon City.

CHIEF, PNP LED THE CEROMONIAL LIGHTING OF CHRISTMAS TREE AND LANTERNS

Chief PNP Debold M Sinas personally led the ceremonial lighting of christmas tree and lanterns on December 4, 2020 at Camp Rafael T. Crame, Quezon City

CHIEF, PNP AWARDS MEDALYA NG SUGATANG MAGITING

Chief PNP, Police General Debold M Sinas awards the Medalya ng Sugatang Magiting to PSSG Daniray C Buholano who sustained gunshot wounds during the buy bust operation on December 2 at Dasmariñas City, Cavite. PSSg Buholano and his wife also receives financial assistance from the PNP while PGen Sinas assures him that all medical expenses will be covered by the PNP.

OATH-TAKING AND DONNING OF RANK CEREMONY OF TCDS, PLTGEN JOSELITO M VERA CRUZ ALONG WITH OTHER STAR RANK PROMOTEES

PNP Chief, Police General Debold M Sinas administers the oath taking and donning of rank ceremony of Chief of Directorial Staff, Police Lieutenant General Joselito M Vera Cruz in Camp Crame today to formalize his promotion to three-star police general along with other star rank promotees. Promoted to two star general were PMGen Dennis P Agustin, TDRD; PMGen Rolando J Hinanay, Director, CSG and PMGen Bernabe M Balba, Director, SAF while promoted to one star general were PBGen Jack L Wanky, CS PNPA and PBGen Samuel C Nacion, PHAU, DPRM.

TURN-OVER CEREMONY AT PRO CALABARZON

Turn-over of Office Ceremony between PBGEN VICENTE D DANAO, JR, Outgoing Regional Director, PRO 4A and PBGEN FELIPE R NATIVIDAD, Incoming Regional Director PRO4A on November 14, 2020 held at Camp Vicente Lim, Calamba City Laguna.

OATH-TAKING AND DONNING OF RANKS OF NEWLY PROMOTED STAR RANK OFFICERS

Oath-Taking and Donning of Ranks of Newly Promoted Star Rank Officers held at PNP Star Lounge NHQ Building, Camp BGen Rafael T Crame, Quezon City on November 13, 2020 with PGEN DEBOLD M SINAS, Chief, PNP as Presiding Officer. Promoted Senior Officers were PMGEN FERDINAND B DAWAY (TDIPO-NL), PBGEN DOMINIC T BEDIA (DD,CSG), PBGEN MARIO A REYES (EX-O, DL) and PBGEN SIDNEY S HERNIA (EX-O, DPL).

OATH OF OFFICE OF THE 25th CHIEF, PNP

IN PHOTOS: President Rodrigo Roa Duterte administers the oath of office of the 25th Chief of the Philippine National Police, Police General Debold M Sinas at the Malacañang Palace yesterday, November 17, 2020.
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PNP CHANGE OF COMMAND CEREMONY

PNP SENDS 2,033 MORE COPS TO THEIR HOME TOWNS

Philippine National Police Chief, PGen Camilo Pancratius Cascolan formally announced the reassignment and swapping of 2,033 police personnel who will go back to their home towns under the 2nd salvo of the Localization of Assignments Program.
In a ceremonial send-off today, November 9, the PNP Chief noted the program is now on its second wave that aims “to improve work performance, and morale, and welfare of police personnel across the country.” Coinciding with their Regular Flag-Raising Ceremonies, 17 Police Regional Offices conducted their simultaneous send-off ceremonies to all reassigned personnel this morning, Acting Director for Personnel and Records Management, Police Brigadier General Rolando Hinanay said.
“We rolled out today the second wave of the PNP Localization Program by reassigning police personnel to their hometowns and places of residence,” he said. He also pointed out that the program emphasizes personnel’s sense of ownership and importance where he truly came from and in addressing the issues and concerns in their respective localities, particularly on peace and order and security. “To our personnel who will go back to their hometowns, serve your community with passion and care so our people can truly say “ang Pulis Ko’y Respetado, Responsable, at Disiplinado,” Cascolan said. Since September, the PNP, thru the Directorate for Personnel Records and Management (DPRM) redeployed 2,222 PNP personnel to hometown assignments where they are now performing their duty. The PNP Chief ordered all sending units are directed to facilitate the clearances, certifications, and other pertinent requirements needed and as well as to ensure travel health protocols are observed.
In coordination with local government units, Hinanay added that reassigned personnel will strictly observe the required health standards and protocols in all phases of the program to ensure that workplace measures, rules, and regulations are complied with to prevent and control the spread of COVID-19.
(PNP-PIO)

PNP INDUCTS 20 NEW OFFICERS, 4,000 PATROLMEN

Twenty Police Commissioned Officers and 4,194 Police Non-Commissioned Officers were formally inducted into the police service today, October 30 as the newest and youngest members of the 218,000-strong Philippine National Police. In simple ceremonies at the PNP National Headquarters in Camp Crame, PNP Chief, Police General Camilo Pancratius Cascolan formally administered the Oath of Office to 12 Police Captains and eight (8) Police Lieutenants who were commissioned as Technical Officers under the 2017 Unfilled Quota Lateral Entry Program. Police Captains will receive a basic monthly salary of P56,582.00, while Police Lieutenants will receive a basic salary of P49,528.00, with subsistence allowance, clothing allowance, quarters allowance, hazard pay, cost of living allowance, and additional compensation.
 
The PNP Chief pointed out that these new police commissioned officers will be designated as technical officers in selected Police Regional Offices and National Operational Support Units. In the same ceremony, the Chief PNP also administered the oath of office simultaneously nationwide to 4,195 Patrolmen and Patrolwomen with a basic salary of P29,668.00, who were recruited under the 2020 Unfilled/Attrition Quota Recruitment Program. “As members of this organization, we must work together to move the PNP towards the realization of our reform and development roadmap, PNP P.A.T.R.O.L. Plan 2030. I urge all of you to contribute your share not only to rebuild the PNP but also to make it even stronger,” he said. PNP Spokesperson, Police Colonel Ysmael S Yu said the 4,195 recruits are composed of 3,471 male and 726 female who will fill-up vacancies in Regional, Provincial and City Police Offices, Municipal Police Stations; and National Operational Support Units. These recruits comprise only 67.46% of the 6,149 authorized quota for the 2020 Attrition Recruitment Program. The 2,000 unfilled quota will be added to the recruitment quota in the next recruitment cycle, Yu explained. Cascolan said “the new blood infused into the ranks of the PNP will add more vigor to law enforcement operations, anti-criminality campaigns, and public safety services through the 9 Strategic Thrusts of the PNP Sustainable Development Program for PNP PATROL Plan 2030”.
(PNP-PIO)
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