A PNP officer stands before his subordinates.
QUEZON CITY, Philippines — The reorganization among high ranking officials of the Philippine National Police has begun.
So far, 15 officers were realigned into different positions effective yesterday prior to the formal turn over of the new administration.
The reshuffle includes:
PCSupt. Ronald Santos
(Relieved: Police Regional Office 4A; New assignment: OIC Deputy Director of Civil Security Group.)
PCSupt. Aabad Osit
(Relieved: Deputy Director of Civil Security Grou; New assignment: OIC, Executive Officer of Dipo, Visayas)
PCSupt. Valfrie Tabian
(relieved: Deputy Regional Director for Administration; New Assignment: OIC of Police Regional Office 4A)
PSSupt. Timoteo Pacleb
(Relieved: PRO3; New assignment: OIC Deputy Regional Director for Administration, PRO4A)
PSSupt. Charlo Collado
(Relieved: Intelligence Group; New assignment: OIC Deputy Regional Director for Administration, PRO10)
And PCSupt. Aaron Aquino
(Relieved: Deputy Regional Director for Administration of PRO10; New assignment: Police Regional Office 3)
According to PNP PIO Chief PCSupt. Wilben Mayor, the reorganization is common in the PNP especially in the event of retiring officers.
However, this is not yet the reshuffle being mentioned by incoming Chief PNP PCSupt. Ronald Dela Rosa.
Mayor added that the said officials might still be rearranged upon the official take over of the Duterte administration.
“Once he takes over as Chief PNP, he has because that is in his power to designate officers in different offices of the Philippine National Police,” Mayor said.
Gen. Mayor assures that whoever is assigned into a specific post, there would be no problem citing the policemen’s dedication and loyalty to their service.
(LEA YLAGAN/UNTV News)