Over 900 Caloocan cops return to duty after reorientation and moral enhancement program

UNTV News   •   December 5, 2017   •   4069

MANILA, Philippines – 1076 Caloocan City policemen finished their 2-month re-orientation and moral enhancement training.

The re-training is part of the internal cleansing being implemented by the Philippine National Police (PNP).

“These are all values formation, human rights and spiritual enhancement. That’s why it’s called form police re- orientation. That’s the content of the module,” NCRPO Chief P/Dir. Oscar Albayalde said.

However, of the more than a thousand Caloocan city policemen who have undergone retraining, only 972 of them can go back to work because 104 of them failed to pass.

Of the 972 — 29 will be assigned in provinces, 41 will undergo another retraining, 32 are considered unfit to work due to illness, and 2 have gone AWOL or absent without official leave.

“All those who have offense, although light offenses, have undergone re-training,” Albayalde said.

Albayalde notes there are still 49 policemen who are still under investigation for not appearing during a surprise drug test.

He explains the 972 policemen who passed the retraining will still have to undergo strict evaluation, in which, the NCRPO will choose who among them can go back to the Caloocan City Police Office.

Albayalde is hoping that with their salaries about to be doubled, policemen will have no reason anymore to extort money or commit crimes.

It can be recalled that last September 29, all Caloocan City policemen were relieved from their posts after some of their colleagues were found involved in various controversies in connection with the government’s war on drugs.

Albayalde clarifies that the cops involved in the killing of minors Kian delos Santos and Carl Angelo Arnaiz were not included in the retraining as they are currently facing charges. – Lea Ylagan | UNTV News & Rescue

NCRPO, walang ilalagay na checkpoint sa Metro Manila borders sa ilalim ng Alert Level 3

Robie de Guzman   •   January 4, 2022

MANILA, Philippines – Hindi pa rin maglalagay ng checkpoint ang National Capital Region Police Office papasok at palabas ng Metro Manila sa ilalim ng COVID-19 Alert Level 3.

Ngunit sinabi ni NCRPO Director PMGen. Vicente Danao Jr., magpapatupad sila ng mahigpit na pagbabantay sa pagsunod sa minimum public health standards, lalo na sa mga matataong lugar.

“Yung alert level 3 kasi wala pang checkpoint yan e, pero that is depend purely on the areas of concern, for example sa isang barangay may isang pook dyan na talagang subject for granular lockdown,” ani Danao.

“Itong alert level 3 ay okey pa naman, hindi pa ganoon kahigpit pero kapag umabot tayo ng 4 and 5, yung 4 and 5 kasi ang category nyan… ay yung ECQ noong una,” dagdag pa niya.

Sa halip, maghihigpit aniya ang NCRPO sa pagbabantay sa pagsunod sa minimum public health standard lalo na sa mga matataong lugar.

“Pati ba naman face mask ay kailangan pa ring pagsabihan ka? Dapat naman automatic kasama yan, may mga tao na matitigas ang ulo,” ani Danao.

Kaugnay nito, inatasan na ni Danao ang kanyang mga tauhan na makipagugnayan sa mga lokal na pamahalaan at mga mall managers para sa mahigpit na implementasyon ng health protocols.

Ang Metro Manila ay nasa ilalim ng COVID-19 Alert Level 3 hanggang Enero 15.  (mula sa ulat ni Correspondent Lea Ylagan)

Mga magpapaputok sa December 31, huhulihin ng NCRPO

Robie de Guzman   •   December 29, 2021

MANILA, Philippines — Muling nagpaalala ang pulisya sa publiko na nananatiling bawal ang pagpapaputok kasabay ng pagpapalit ng taon.

Ayon sa National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO), mga pailaw o pyrotechnics display lamang ang papayagan lalo na sa Metro Manila.

“Paalala po sa lahat na may firecracker ban, na mahigpit pong ipinagbabawal ang lahat ng uri ng firecrackers sa buong NCR. Only pyrotechnics are allowed sa mga designated areas ng kani-kanyang LGU,” ang paalala ni NCRPO director Police Major General Vicente Danao Jr.

Una nang naglabas ang Philippine National Police (PNP) ng listahan ng mga ipinagbabawal na paputok gaya ng mga sumusunod:

  • Watusi
  • Piccolo
  • Poppop
  • Five star
  • Pla pla
  • Lolo thunder
  • Giant whistle bomb
  • Giant bawling
  • Atomic bomb
  • Atomic triangle
  • Large size Judas belt
  • Goodbye De Lima
  • Hello Columbia
  • Goodbye Napoles
  • Super Yolanda
  • Mother rockets
  • Kwiton
  • Super lolo
  • Goodbye bading
  • Goodbye Philippines
  • Bin laden
  • Coke in can
  • Pillbox
  • Boga
  • Kabasi

Babala ni Danao, huhulihin nila ang sinumang lalabag sa firecracker ban. Ang parusa ay depende aniya sa kung ano ang nakasaad sa ordinansa ng lokal na pamahalaang nakakasakop dito.

Aniya, magpapatrolya ang mga pulis sa bawat sulok ng Metro Manila upang masegurong walang lalabag sa panuntunang ito.

“Karamihan po ng mga mayors ay mahigpit pong ipinagbabawal ang pagbenta at paggamit ng firecrackers sa buong Kamaynilaan,” ani Danao. (mula sa ulat ni Correspondent Lea Ylagan)

NCR police to assist LGUs in pilot implementation of new quarantine alert levels system — Eleazar

Robie de Guzman   •   September 14, 2021

MANILA, Philippines — Police commanders in the National Capital Region (NCR) will assist in the pilot implementation of the quarantine alert levels system that is set to start on Sept. 16, Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Police General Guillermo Eleazar said Tuesday.

In a statement, Eleazar said the NCR police will particularly help in the information dissemination on the new guidelines on quarantine alert levels system and in coming up with strategic enforcement and deployment in coordination with the local government units.

The Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) on Monday night released the guidelines for the system, which aims to prevent the further spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) amid the continuous rise in cases.

“Sa paglabas ng mga alituntunin ng quarantine alert level system, inatasan ko na ang ating mga police commanders sa Metro Manila na pag-aralang mabuti at patuloy na makipag-ugnayan sa mga LGUs para sa strategic deployment at enforcement para sa maayos na pagpapatupad ng mga ito,” Eleazar said.

The PNP chief said police commanders should prevent confusion in the implementation of the rules, which sometimes lead to unnecessary arguments and confrontations with the public.

Under the guidelines, the alert levels system will cover cities or municipalities, which will be classified under Alert Level 1 to Level 5. The alert levels per area will be determined by the Department of Health depending on the COVID-19 incidence rate.

The granular lockdowns, on the other hand, are the critical zones that will be declared by the local government unit.

“Aktibong makikibahagi ang inyong PNP sa enforcement at information dissemination sa guidelines na ito, na ang ibig sabihin din ay kailangang sumunod din ang kapulisan sa mga alituntuning ito,” Eleazar said.

He reminded police officers to observe maximum tolerance, impose only what is only stated in the guidelines, and never punish violators.

Eleazar also reiterated his appeal to the public to cooperate with authorities and to follow the guidelines.

“Hinihikayat natin ang ating mga kababayan sa Metro Manila na alamin ang mga patakarang ito dahil ang pagsasa-puso sa pagsunod ng mga alituntuning ito ay isang mabisang sandata hindi lamang para proteksyunan ang inyong sarili kundi pati na rin sa patuloy na pagkalat ng COVID-19,” Eleazar said.

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