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Thursday, March 11, 2021

Decorated Cop from Mt. Province promoted to Police Brigadier General

Photo Courtesy || PBGEN Tellio C Ngis-o / PNP Special Action Force

Cordillera - Acting Deputy Director of the Special Action Force (SAF) PCOL.     Tellio C. Ngis-o has been promoted to the rank of Police Brigadier General. 

President Rodrigo Duterte approved and signed the promotion of PBGEN Ngis-o on March 2, 2021 after the endorsement by the Civil Service Commission and by the National Police Commission. 

PGGEN Ngis-o who traces his roots to Besao, Mt. Province is now included among the newest generals coming from the Cordilleras. 

Ngis-o spent his grade school in Acoje Mines Elementary School in Isabela before moving to Lucban Elementary School in Baguio City. 

He graduated high school at Easter School and went to the University of Baguio where he took Bachelor of Science in Criminology. He also took up Masters in Public Administration at St. Benedict College in Cotabato. 

PGEN Ngis-o is a member of the Philippine National Police Academy (PNPA) Class TAGAPAGLIKHA of 1991.

He was assigned as the Provincial Director of the Mountain Province Police Provincial Office in November 2016 - December 2018 before he was assigned to a higher position in the PNP headquarters in Manila. 

PBGEN Ngis-o was instrumental in making Mt. Province drug-free during his stint as Provincial Director. 

Prior to his promotion as Police Brigadier General, Ngis-o was twice awarded Best Senior Police Commissioned Officer for Administration for the Year.

He was also recognized Company Commander for the Combat Unit of the Year and was meritoriously promoted for the rank of Police Captain. 


Tuesday, March 2, 2021

Seasoned Cordilleran cops from Besao lead key PNP positions in Northern Luzon.

Photo Courtesy || PNP Cordillera

Cordillera - Five Igorot Police Colonels who trace their roots to Besao, Mountain Province is leading top PNP positions in the Northern Luzon. 

PCOL Ruben Andiso was installed as the Provincial Director of the Mountain Province Police Provincial Office (PPO) on February 11, 2021.

Andiso replaced the outgoing Provincial Director PCOL HOMER M PENECILLA, during the formal turnover rites on February 8, 2021.

Next is PCOL Reynaldo Pasiwen who assumed office as the new Provincial Director of the Benguet Provincial Police Office.

READ ALSO: Igorot Chief of Police in Cebu awarded for his commendable performance

Pasiwen took over the position as Benguet PPO during the Turn-over of Command Ceremony on February 19, 2021.

Another iBesao cop who was given top position is PCOL Jonathan Calixto. He is now the Director of La Union Provincial Police Office.

Calixto, a member of the Special Action Force (SAF) - formally took the position as the provincial director on February 22, 2021 at the Marangal Grandstand.

READ ALSO:  Police Office headed by Igorot Cop PSupt. Allatog is Cebu's top performing police office

Meanwhile, PCOL Cesar Pasiwen, another Igorot cop from Besao was the current Director of the PNP Training Center - Cordillera Administrative Region.

Pasiwen is also the Deputy Regional Director for Operation of the Police Regional Office - Region 1.

READ ALSO: Off-duty Benguet cop given award after foiling armed robbery in La-Trinidad


Saturday, February 13, 2021

I-Besao cop is the new police director of Mountain Province - PRO-COR

Photo Courtesy || PROCOR

Cordillera - PROCOR’s Regional Director PBGEN R’WIN S PAGKALINAWAN installed POLICE COLONEL RUBEN BAWAAN ANDISO as the Acting Provincial Director of Mountain Province Police Provincial Office (PPO) during the turn-over of command ceremony held at Camp Major Bado Dangwa, La Trinidad, Benguet on February 11, 2021. 

PCOL ANDISO replaced the outgoing Provincial Director PCOL HOMER M PENECILLA, during the formal turnover rites which officially designated him to the position effective February 8, 2021. 

During the ceremony, the Regional Director awarded the Medalya ng Kasanayan (PNP Efficiency Medal) to the outgoing Provincial Director, PCOL PENECILLA, for his eminently meritorious leadership at Mountain Province PPO from February 24, 2020 to February 9, 2021. He also thanked him for his contributions especially in the implementation of ELCAC initiatives in the province for almost a year. 

As he assumes office, PCOL ANDISO enjoined the men and women of Mountain Province PPO to work together for the good of the people of Mountain Province. “Gawis nan kasin suma-a”, the new Mountain Province top cop said, who traces his roots from Barangay Kin-iway, Besao,Mountain Province. 

PCOL ANDISO was the former Chief, Administrative and Resource Management Division under the PNP’s Headquarters Support Service (HSS). According to him, it is only now that he is assigned in the region in his almost 30 years in the PNP service. 

“It’s high time for you to be back home serving your own province”, says PBGEN PAGKALINAWAN as he welcomed the incoming Acting Provincial Director.  “Pursue what the outgoing PD have started with as much, if not more vigor, passion and dedication. The people of Mountain Province awaits you”, he added.

source || PROCOR


Monday, April 6, 2020

Simple acts of kindness performed by Police officers in Besao, Mt.Province

Photo Courtesy || Bhabeth Requino
Cordillera - Hearing stories of police officers performing simple yet selfless acts of kindness across the country truly warms our hearts and restored our faith to humanity. 
We have heard many stories from our Philippine National Police (PNP) officers who are extending their duty to help citizens who need assistance in their area of responsibility, such as helping farmers harvest their produce, helping pregnant woman give birth and treating the homeless with a nice meal in a restaurant. 

Like this group of police officers stationed in Besao, Mt. Province, who not only travel to bring relief goods to the less fortunate members of the community, but also offered to do haircut, washed and changed the clothes of two brothers who seem to be in a very difficult situation. 
Photo Courtesy || Bhabeth Requino
These police officers went above and beyond their daily duties to help those in need.

Their good deeds and compassion remind us that kindness and doing good towards our neighbors and member of the community are worth emulating. 

Kudos to the Police Officers in Besao, Mt. Province. You are truly an inspiring hometown heroes.


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