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Cordilleran Police Chief Supt. Empiso is the new head of PNP Special Action Force (SAF)

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Cordillera - The Philippine National Police (PNP) Special Action Force (SAF) welcomes its new chief, Police Chief Superintendent Amando Empiso on Monday, January 14.

He took over his new role as the head of the PNP's elite force and will oversee the daily functions and and operation of SAF such as Hostage Rescue Team, Critical Incident Response Group, RAID and Police Counter Terrorism nationwide. 

Police Chief Superindent Amando Empiso is a Cordilleran from La-Trinidad, Benguet. He is a member of the Philippine Military Academy's Hinirang Class of 1987. He is a classmate of National Capitol Region Police Office (NCRPO) chief Director Guillermo Eleazar. 

Before his new rule as SAF chief, Empiso once headed Northern Police District in August 2017 and became the chief of operations of NCRPO. 

Empiso had done a tremendous job in the police force, providing overview of the peace and order situation in Metro Manila as well as contributed his expertise in the crime-fighting campaign of the PNP. 

As a SAF chief, Empiso will be promoted to the two-star general rank of Director. He will serve as SAF chief until he reach the mandatory age of 56 on February 6, 2021.

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  1. I admire this officer.My snappiest salute Sir Amando Cliffton Empiso Sir!

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