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Monday, December 28, 2020

Metrobank Foundation bestows ACES Award to Igorot Police Officer PSupt. Byron Allatog

Photo Courtesy || Metrobank Foundation

Cordillera - Police Inspector Byron F. Allatog received an award from the Metrobank Foundation Inc. for his excellence in doing his job as a police officer." during the ACES awarding ceremony in 2019.

Police Inspector Bryron Filog Allatog, who was the Chief of Police of La Trinidad Municipal Station in 2014, worked not only as the head of the municipal police force in upholding peace and order, but also ensured the high trust and confidence from the community. 

His flagship project, dubbed "Strawberry Policing", is an example of well-organized, responsive, sustainable, and effective anti-criminality program that harness the strengths of the police force, local government and the community.

Under Allatog's leadership, La Trinidad police force developed a community mapping system for citizen identification and verification purposes, and organized various sectors into force multipliers and self-policing neighborhood watches, which led to a significant decrease in incidents of theft and physical violence. 

Before he was assigned as Chief of Police, PCInsp. Allatog was assigned in southern Mindanao. 

Among his notable accomplishment from the early stage of his career was the arrest of a notorious gun-for-hire involved in the murder of a fellow police officer and his two daughters in Tawi-tawi. 

He also oversaw the apprehension of the Lepanto heist mastermind after hiding for almost 10 years. 

Before serving in the Philippines, Allatog was among the contingent in the United Nations Peacekeeping Efforts. He was a member of the UN-Close Security and Protection Officer of the UN Police Commissioner and the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Temor Leste.

He has taken numerous trainings and courses  in policing from different high-level police agencies like the Criminal Investigation and Detective Development Courses by the PNP Detective Schools, Supervisory Management and Criminal Investigation Course from the US Department of Justice, Police Intelligence Officers Course by the PNP Intelligence Training Group and FBI National Academy Session 265 from the Federal Bureau of Investigation(FBI).

Allatog, then moved to Bogo City in Cebu province and was assigned as the Chief of Police. He made the town drug free. 

PCInsp. Allatog graduated with a degree in Public Safety from the Philippine National Police Academy in 2001. 



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Wednesday, August 5, 2020

Igorot Police receives "Outstanding Police Provincial Office" award in Bukidnon

Photo Courtesy || Montanyosa Unity & Bukidnon PPO PCR
Cordillera - An Igorot Police Colonel serving as a Police Provincial Director in the municipality of Bukidnon has received the award as "OUTSTANDING POLICE PROVINCIAL OFFICE OF THE YEAR" in the field of POLICE COMMUNITY RELATIONS from June 2019 to May 2020 in Bukidnon. 

Police Colonel Roel L. Lami-ing is a native from Sabangan, Mountain Province. Two of his siblings work at the capital town. Gina Lacaben is with the Mountain Province State Polytechnic College while Engr. Joe Lami-ing is with the DPWH - MPFDEO, according to Montanyosa Unity.

Meanwhile, Police Lieutenant Colonel Surki Serenas, Chief of Police, Valencia City Police Station received the award as "OUTSTANDING PCR CITY POLICE STATION CY 2020" and Police Senior Master Cesar C Salatan of Mabalaybalay City Police Station as 3rd Placer of the Online Got Talent Singing Competition during the Police Regional Office 10 25th Police Community Relations Month Culmination and Awarding Ceremony with the theme " Pinagigting na Ugnayan ng Mamayan at Pulisya Laban sa COVID-19 Pandemya" with Atty. Erlina Susan L. Lorea, OIC, NAPOLCOM 10 as Guest of Honor and Speaker held at the Multi-purpose Hall, Camp 1 Lt Vicente G. Alagar, Lapasan, Cagayan de Oro City. 

source: Bukidnon PPO.




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Friday, July 24, 2020

Igorot Chief of Police in Cebu awarded for his commendable performance

Photo Courtesy || Montanyosa Unity
Cordillera - An Igorot cop serving as the Chief of Police in Liloan city in the province of Cebu  has been awarded for his excellent performance as a head of the police force in the said city. 

PSUPT. Randy A Korret has been recognized by the local LGU of Liloan and by the PNP headquarter for his commendable performance in improving the peace and order situation in Liloan. 

PSUPT. Korret is a proud Igorot who traces his roots from Mountain Province in the Cordillera region. 

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

He has been serving as the head of the police force of Liloan for 3 years and has been recognized as one of the spectacular icon of Cebu Police Provincial Office. 

In 2018 Liloan Mayor Experanza Christina C. Frasco and the SB members has graced a simple ceremony to give honors and award to PSUPT. Korret for his excellence performance in public service, according to Montanyosa Unity.
General Guillermo Eleazar praised Cordilleran police being 'tough as rock' and 'strong as steel'
You can never relate him to be a champion of any game. He is never either been a good competitor to anyone, but many have recognized his potentials and capabilities. He beats his best with humility and kindness. 

Many have called him "strict", but behind the scenes, he is only very particular in work performance because he believes, "Performance mirrors LEADERSHIP".. For him, everything might not be perfect, but at least done well.

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

He encourages and pampers his men with utmost respect and truly lifts their moral being a leader, and a Chief of Police in Liloan. 

source || Liloan Police Station
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Thursday, March 7, 2019

Baguio cops improvise unique way to demonstrate safety tips during Panagbenga

Photo Courtesy || BCPO FB
Baguio City - When Baguio cops were tasked to give safety tips to visitors during the Panagbenga festival last week, cops from the Baguio City Police Office (BCPO) came up with a unique way to get people's attention.

By simulating what airline attendants do when they demonstrate safety tips to passengers before the plane take-off, members of the BCPO used a public address system to broadcast safety tips while other policemen demonstrated what was being said in the PA.
Patrolman Elyson Sarmiento demonstrated the safety tips while his partner Cpl. Brishelle Balinte narrated.

Sarmiento, who was dubbed as the "Robin Padilla of the Baguio City police" did the demonstration  about where to keep mobile phones to avoid being stolen by pickpocket gangs.

“We all know your mobile phones are expensive. You want to show it off to everyone. But after you take your selfie, put it in your front pocket so you won’t lose it.” Cpl. Brishelle Balinte said over the PA.

"Your wallet, which is thick because it contained the list of all your debts should be kept in your front pocket, I don't understand why you keep it in your back pocket," he added.

The strategy proved to be effective as the crowd were amused with the show as they listened and watched with laughter.

According to BCPO director, Col. Eliseo Tanding, the cops' gimmick showed positive results as they have recorded almost zero cases of pick-pocketing or theft during the weekend.

The cops demonstration is part of "Oplan Tambuli" (Police Service of Wheels) that the BCPO is doing to disseminate information and deliver safety and security tips using loud speakers or megaphones installed in their patrol cars.

Tanding said, the "Oplan Tambuli" is a regular activity of the BCPO where they go around the different villages to provide safety and security guidance to the residents.

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Saturday, July 21, 2018

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

Photo Courtesy: Pro-cor Rpio
Cordillera - Senior Police Officer 2 Noren Bandao was awarded with the “Medalya ng Sugatang Magiting” or the Wounded Personnel Medal by
Police Regional Office – Cordillera Regional Director Police Chief Superintendent Rolando Nana on Tuesday, July 17. Bandao was honored for his courageous act and bravery for risking his own life despite being off duty.
According to police reports, Bandao, a resident of  Windy Hill in Buyagan La Trinidad, Benguet responded to a call for police assistance early morning of July 14. A robbery on the neighborhood was reported so Bandao immediately responded. He was about to make an arrest when the suspect shot him on the face. But before losing consciousness, he was able to fire back and shot the suspect.
The suspect was identified as Jonathan Mayangao Cabradilla. He was the leader of Cabradilla Robbery Group, a notorious crime group operating nationwide. He was previously arrested in Cotabato, Bambang Nueva Vizcaya and La Trinidad for robbery. Further investigations revealed that he had been using fictitious names as Jemark Isong Lipangen “aka” Jomar Pagang Mayangao. He is a resident of Irisan, Baguio City but his remains was brought to his hometown in Bauko, Mountain Province.
Bandao was initially brought to Benguet General Hospital by concerned citizens and was later transferred to Pines City Hospital for further treatment where he received his award while waiting for his operation. 
Aside from the medal, Bandao also received cash incentive awards while Nana assured that the PNP will take care of his hospital bills.
Likewise, Benguet Police Provincial Office PSSupt. Lyndon Mencio committed to provide security and ensure Bandao and his family’s safety given the suspect’s background.
source || PIA CAR
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Wednesday, November 29, 2017

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

Bogo City PSupt. Allatog received recognition during  the "SUKOD" program 2017 (SUgbo KOntra Droga) Top Performing City Police Station of Cebu. Photo Credit || Bogo Police Station FB page.

Cordillera - Bogo City's Police Office headed by Supt, Byron Filog Allatog was given recognition as the top performing police office in Cebu during the annual Sugbo Kontra Droga (Sukod)
 ceremony conducted by the Cebu Provincial Anti-Drug Abuse Office (CPADAO) on Monday.

It can be recalled that 39-year-old Allatog gained international popularity after a US-based newspaper The Washington Post lauded him and his office for making Bogo City drug free without any single man, woman or child killed. 

Byron Filog Allatog is an Igorot from Bontoc, Mountain Province who graduated from the Philippine National Police Academy (PNPA) class 2001. He is the current chief of police of Bogo City - a small municipality in the island of Cebu.

Prior to serving in Bogo City, Allatog has been a chief of police from different towns and provinces in the country such as in Tawi-tawi, Abra and Benguet.

Allatog also made waves as contingent in the United Nations Peacekeeping Efforts as member of the UN-Close Security and Protection Officer of the UN Police Commissioner and the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Timor Leste.
He has taken numerous trainings and courses  in policing from different high-level police agencies like the Criminal Investigation and Detective Development Courses by the PNP Detective Schools, Supervisory Management and Criminal Investigation Course from the US Department of Justice, Police Intelligence Officers Course by the PNP Intelligence Training Group and FBI National Academy Session 265 from the Federal Bureau of Investigation(FBI).

The Cebu Oversight Committee on Illegal Drugs declared Bogo City drug-free making the city the first to have all his barangays free from illegal drugs.

The City's Anti Drug Abuse Council (CADAC) declared three cities in Cebu province winner in which Bogo City at the second place while Naga City declared the champion. 

Bogo City received cash reward of 150,000 pesos. 

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