Official Publication of the Philippine Information Agency Bicol Regional Office, in cooperation with the RIAC-REDIRAS - RDC Bicol

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

PNP confers Silver Eagle Awards to outstanding police stations in Camarines Sur

By Ana-Liza S. Macatangay

NAGA CITY, Oct. 19 (PIA) --- “Today, we make one step farther to our transformation journey, as we confer the compliance status of the performance system with the frontline units of Naga City Police Office and Camarines Sur Police Provincial Office.”

This was the opening statement of PCSupt. Melvin Ramon G. Buenafe, PNP Bicol regional director, during the conferment of Performance Governance System (PGS) “Compliant” Status and Awarding Ceremony to outstanding City and Municipal Police Stations (C/MPS) of the Camarines Police Provincial Office and stations of Naga CPO, October 18 at SM  City Naga Activity Center, here.

Among the 35 MPS and 2 CPS in the province, 6 were conferred with the Silver Eagle Awards in recognition of their outstanding commitment and unwavering support in the effective implementation of PNP Patrol Plan 2030  as it endeavor to attain a highly capable, effective and credible police service.

Topping the list of awardees was the Camarines Sur Police Public Safety Company (CSPPSC) headed by PS Rodrigo Benedicto H. Sarmiento Jr. after garnering a total of 94.49 points during the Unit Certification and reporting of PGS for the compliance stage of MPS held in July at the CSPPO.

Among the C/MPS, Iriga City police station under the headship of PSupt. Alex Pederio garnered the highest score with 93.15 points, followed by Ocampo MPS under PCI Noel P. Aquino, OIC, with 92.25 points.

Bula MPS under the stewardship of PCI Rodolfo T. Oliver Jr., ranked 3rd with 90.04 points, followed by Calabanga MPS under PCI Ace Christian R. Mendoza, Assistant COP and Sipocot MPS under PCI Jerome L. Regachuelo, Assistant COP, with collected points of  90.03 and 90.02 respectively.

“The PNP P.T.R.O.L Plan 2030 has remarkably brought life to our organization and sought to re-ignite interest and brought fresh inspiration to many of our colleagues, who before its implementation may have either lost interest or have allowed themselves to be immersed in the mediocrity and nonchalance that has furthered tarnished the image of the organization,” Buenafe added.

PSSupt. Walfredo G. Pornillos, CSPPO Acting Provincial Director vowed to continue to strengthen the PNP’s resolve to fight criminality and ensure the safety of the community through the strict implementation of Project double barrel and compliance to the peace and order agenda for Transformation and Upholding of the Rule-Of-Law,” otherwise known as PNP P.A.T.R.O.L. Plan 2030.
Buenafe also thanked the members of the different Advisory Councils at the level of the region, the province, the city and the municipal police stations for their indispensable participation and contribution to the PNP.

Before formally wrapping up the ceremony, he enjoined every policeman to walk an extra mile to realize the PNP’s dream of a reformed organization worthy of the trust of the people they pledged to serve and protect.

“As we bring the compliance stage to a triumphant close, I implore you to keep the fire burning and prepare for new challenges the next stage, which is the proficiency stage. I am sure, we will be incorporating already our new projects, especially the projects, especially the “Double Barrel” or our anti-illegal drugs campaign.” (LSM-PIA5/Camarines Sur)

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