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Tuesday, March 3, 2020

General Guillermo Eleazar praised Cordilleran police being 'tough as rock' and 'strong as steel'

Photo Courtesy || General Guillermo Eleazar & Cordillera Pnp


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Thursday, January 2, 2020

DILG Sec. Eduardo M. Año commends Baguio cop Julious Walang for risking his life enforcing law

Photo Courtesy || Wikipedia
Cordillera - Secretary Eduardo M. Año of the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) has commended the Baguio traffic policeman for risking his life in enforcing the law when apprehended an intoxicated taxi driver. 

"He was literary hanging on for his life as he was performing his sworn duty. Salamat, Patrolman Julious Walang sa tapat at walang takot na pagpatupad sa iyong tungkulin. Kailangan natin ng mga pulis na katulad mo na hindi nagdadalawang-isip na itaya ang buhay para sa tawag ng tungkulin. Mabuhay ka! Año said.

"May you be an inspiration, not just to the police officers of the Philippine National Police (PNP), but to all of us in law enforcement as we perform our duty on a daily basis," he added.  

Año also asked the Supreme Court (SC) to investigate the incident that involved the alleged interference and bullying done by a judge resulting in the release of the suspect from police custody.

Video footage of the incident that went viral showed how Patrolman Walang courageously barred the way and held tightly on the hood of the cab to stop the drunk driver but  he was almost run-over by the taxi who attempted to flee. 

"Makikita niyo talaga sa video na walang balak sumuko ang driver pero hindi pumayag yung patrolman kaya kumapit ito sa hood nang sasakyan para mapigilan yung driver sa pagtakas," Sec. Año added.

Sec. Año also requested Supreme Court Chief Justice Diosdado Peralta to investigate the judge who allegedly bullied and shouted at the police officers in the Baguio Police Station to secure the untimely and immediate release of the taxi driver, according to DILG website. 

According to the police officers on duty at the station, the judge suddenly barged in the police station, intimidated and shouted at them without asking about what really transpired in the incident. 

READ ALSO: Baguio cop mulls filing case against judge who defended drunk taxi driver

"There is proper forum to secure the release of the suspect and that is not the police station. He must wait for the police to process the case, the prosecutor to file charges against the suspect and for the cause to be raffled to his sala before he can assume jurisdiction. The said judge has to follow the law, just like all of us. As guarding of the law, a judge must serve as an example in following the law and not in breaking it," Sec. Año said.

source || DILG
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Thursday, December 12, 2019

Police Cordillera maintains zero record of personnel dismissed due to illegal drugs

Photo Courtesy || Pnp Cordillera
Cordillera - The Police Regional Office Cordillera (PRO-COR) has reported that not a single police from Cordillera has been dismissed from service due to illegal drugs. 

PRO-COR director Police Brigadier General Israel Ephraim Dickson announced during the Regional Law Enforcement Coordinating Council (RLECC) meeting in Baguio city that no police from the Cordillera region has been discharged because of illegal drugs.

"I am happy to announce that as far as our records are concerned, there are no Police personnel coming from PRO-COR that have been part of the 477 dismissed policemen nationwide," PRO-COR director Dickson said.

The Philippine National Police earlier had fired at least 477 members who were found to be involved in illegal drugs in the entire country. 

In Cordillera, only some policemen were dismissed from service not because of illegal drugs but because of absence without leave (AWOL) among others, according to report.

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Thursday, November 21, 2019

Igorot cop to assume post as Chief of Police of Boracay Island

Photo Courtesy || Jonathan Lt. Col. Jonathan Pa-ac Pablito
Cordillera - An Igorot cop is set to assume post next week as the new police chief of the famous Boracay Island in the municipality of Malay in Aklan. 

Lieutenant Colonel Jonathan Pa-ac Pablito will be responsible in securing the country's main tourist destination and leading his police team to secure tourist and residents of the Island according to panaynews.com.

Lt. Col. Pablito will assumed the post of the outgoing chief of police Major Jess Baylon. 

Prior to taking his new post, Lt. Col. Pablito was the station commander of Station 1, then became the chief of Strategy Review Branch of the Regional Police Strategy Management Unit in Iloilo. 

His task was to ensure the implementation of Philippine National Police (PNP) Patrol Plan 20130.

"It is my honor to have served Iloilo City. Madamo guid nga salamat sa tanan. God Bless and Godspeed," Lt. Col. Pablito said in a post.




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Thursday, November 14, 2019

Abra Police officers act of kindness help struggling woman harvest 'palay' in her field

Photo Courtesy || Pidigan Municipal Station
Cordillera - Instead of the usual weapons that they carry in their day to day patrol, these Police officers in Abra took hand sickles (kumpay) to help a woman who they found in her farm harvesting grains of rice alone. 

According to Pidigan Police Station, at around 8 AM Friday morning, officers from Pidigan, Abra headed by PCPT Facundo B Guinsad were patrolling the town when they noticed the woman working alone in a wide farm.

READ ALSO: Brave Policemen of Kalinga risk their own lives to save a family lost at NPA ambush point 

Out of their kindness and their mandate to help local farmers in any way they can, the cops immediately brought their sickles and help the woman harvest her rice grains. 

Photo Courtesy || Pidigan Police Station




Police officers make a positive impact in the community from keeping the people safe to small acts of service like helping farmers in the field. 

They go above and beyond their job duties to become real-life superheroes for society's littlest citizens.

Kudos to the polices of Pidigan, Abra.

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Sunday, October 6, 2019

6 individuals awarded for their noble and selfless love rescuing French family trapped in an ambush site in Abra

Photo Courtesy || Pnp Cordillera
Cordillera - The Philippine National Police (PNP) presented awards and decorations to deserving PNP units and personnel for their outstanding achievements and performances in the police service during the 118th Police Service Anniversary with the theme "Pinaghusay na Serbisyo, Alay sa Sambayanang Pilipino" at the PROCOR Headquarters, Camp Major Bado Dangwa, La Trinidad Benguet.

Six police and army personnel were awarded Special Individual Awards for their noble and selfless love shown when they rescued a French family trapped along the road of barangay Gacab, Malibcong, Abra on August 21, 2019. 

READ ALSO: Cordilleran soldiers sought-after in Mindanao because "they are full of courage and they don't complain"

The awardees are PEMS Edwin B. Gubiangan, PCMS Marion A Gacayan, PCpl Larry M Puguon, PCpl Leo F. Marrero, Sgt Charles D del Rosario and PFC Jay-r P. Valaquio.

On August 21, at midnight, cops from Balbalan MPS and two members of the 24IB, 7ID Philippine Army conducted a risky operation to rescue tourists who were trapped along Kalinga-Abra road which is known to be an ambush point of the NPA. 

The family survived the horrendous night with the help of the police and soldiers who sacrificed their lives even though they knew the area was at a focal point of the NPA's ambush.

PNP Chief Police General Oscar David Albayalde congratulated all the awardees for their remarkable performance of duties. 

"Your good work, dedication to duty and your deep commitment to the ideals of service, honor, and justice are the best tributes you can render to our forebears," Albayalde said.

READ ALSO: Cordilleran soldier Pvt. Louis Dulawan promoted PSG Officer donned by President Duterte

The PNP Chief also acknowledged Cordilleran cops for being tagged as the 'Most Disciplined Cops' in the country. 

The National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM) in their recent reports listed Police Cordillera are the country's most disciplined law enforcers.

RELATED STORY: Brave Policemen of Kalinga risk their own lives to save a family lost at NPA ambush point


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