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Sunday, June 5, 2022

Igorot Cop PCpl Manzano is Grand Champion in Pulis Got Talent - Solo Category

Photo Courtesy || PNP Cordillera

Cordillera - Igorot Cop PCpl Jumar S. Manzano of the Police Regional Office-Cordillera declared as the Grand Champion in the Pulis Got Talent- Solo Category Grandfinals showdown on June 4, 2022 at the FilOil Flying V Arena, San Juan City.

Using his handmade bamboo flute, PCpl Manzano wowed the panel of judges with his rendition of the 'Colors of the Wind', 'The Last of the Mohicans' and 'El Condo Pasa'.

He chose these songs because it relates to humans and his beloved region, the Cordillera. It also connects to one of the core values of the PNP - Makakalikasan, according the PCADG Cordillera.

Pcpl Manzano’s passion for playing the bamboo flute has roots way back when he was a child. 

He used to observe the elderly in his town playing the unique instrument with their bare hands, in which he admires them so much that he decided to emulate them.

Manzano is assigned at the Regional Headquarters Support Unit (RHSU), PROCOR and a member of the PROCOR peacemakers band. He joined the Area Police Command Northern Luzon - Pulis Got Talent,  Solo Category on May 27, 2022 and triumphed in the competition, making him the representative in the national level.

source || PCADG COrdillera


Thursday, March 3, 2022

Cordilleran general from Abra appointed PNP's Deputy Chief for Administration

Cordillera - A full-blooded Cordilleran from Abra has assumed the 2nd top post in the Philippine National Police hierarchy.

Police Lieutenant General Israel Ephraim Dickson, who is from the Tingguian tribe of Abra, has been appointed as the new Deputy Chief for Administration.

Prior to his appointment in the PNP's top office, Lt/Gen Dickson served as the head of the Directorate for Integrated Police Operations-Northern Luzon and also in Visayas before he was appointed as head of the PNP Civil Security Group.

General Dickson  also served his own region in 2019 as the director of Police Regional Office (PRO) Cordillera.

During his stint as PRO-COR Director, Cordillera PNP was recognized as the Most Disciplined Cops in the entire country.

Gen. Dickson was also among the top officials who handled the case of PMA Cadet 4th Class Dormitorio, who died of hazing inside PMA campus.

Dickson belongs to the  PMA class of 1987. 


Wednesday, September 15, 2021

Cordillera's Hero Dog, Zeus, honored for impressive job of rescuing victims of landslide

Photo Courtesy || PNP Cordillera

Cordillera - Police Regional Office Cordillera honored Zeus, the hero dog, during the Monday Flag Raising Ceremony held at the Regional Headquarters, Camp Major Bado Dangwa, La Trinidad, Benguet on September 6, 2021.

PROCOR Regional Director, PBGEN RONALD OLIVER LEE together with the members of the command group, personally presented the award and certificate during the ceremony.

Zeus was awarded with Outstanding Service Medal and Certificate of Recognition for its outstanding performance as rescue dog which contributed immensely in the recovery of the two victims during a landslide at Antamok River, Loacan, Itogon, Benguet from August 17-20, 2021.

READ ALSO: Hero dog Miztah saves lives of two boys from fire in Tuba, Benguet

Zeus used to be an abused and severely malnourished dog before it was adopted and rehabilitated by Mr. Ruben Ventura and later on handled by Pat Cyrus Backeng. After undergoing K9 Search and Rescue training, Zeus was now among the SAR dog of PROCOR Regional Explosive and Canine Unit(RECU).

source || PNP Cordillera


Tuesday, August 17, 2021

PNP Chief Eleazar lauded Cordilleran cops for being the "most disciplined and brave cops" in the country

Photo Courtesy || PNP Cordillera

Cordillera - Philippine National Police (PNP) Chief General Guillermo Eleazar has lauded the Cordilleran cops for being the "most disciplined and brave cops" in the country. 

In his visit to the Police Regional Office - Cordillera in Camp Dangwa this week, Eleazar said in a speech that no body can dispute that Cordillera is the home of the most disciplined cops in the Philippines.

"The Cordillera region is one of the major sources of PNP personnel in the country and no body can dispute that when it comes to bravery and dedication to service, PNP personnel from the Cordillera are the forces that we can rely on," Eleazar said.

He also thanked the Cordilleran cops for the good deeds that they have shown. 

"Personal aking nagpapasalamat sa inyo dahil karamihan sa mga feature stories natin ay galing dito. Ipagpatuloy natin ang tunay na diwa ng police service at samahan ninyo akong itaguyod ang integridad ng ating organisasyon," Eleazar added.

PNP Chief Eleazar is in the Cordillera region to participate in the 120th Police Service Anniversary held at Camp Dangwa, La Trinidad, Benguet. 

With the theme “Hangad na Kalinisan sa Kapaligiran at Kommunidad; Ibayong Gampanan para sa Pangkapulisang Integridad”, the PSA Celebration was attended by PNP officials and personnel, visitors from the different agencies of the government, media and other stakeholders.

He also visited some Police stations in the region to check the implementation of the "Intensified Cleanliness Policy" (ICP) aimed at correcting minor and small problems in the service.

He was pleased to learn that police stations in the region are adhering to the program.


Sunday, May 2, 2021

Cordilleran general from Abra among contenders for next PNP Chief

Photo Courtesy || PRO-COR

Cordillera - A full-blooded Cordilleran from Abra is among the top contenders for the Philippine National Police (PNP)'s top position as PNP Chief to replace outgoing General Debold Sinas.

Police Lieutenant General Israel Ephraim Dickson, who is from the Tingguian tribe of Abra is one of the top picks for the position when PNP Chief Sinas will leave office on May 8. 

General Dickson is the 4th in command as chief directorial staff of the PNP. 

He also served as the head of the Directorate for Integrated Police Operations-Northern Luzon and also in Visayas before he was appointed as head of the PNP Civil Security Group.

Prior to his appointment in the PNP's top office, General Dickson  served his own region in 2019 as the director of Police Regional Office (PRO) Cordillera.

During his stint as PRO-COR Director, Cordillera PNP was recognized as the Most Disciplined Cops in the entire country.

Gen. Dickson was also among the top officials who handled the case of PMA Cadet 4th Class Dormitorio, who died of hazing inside PMA campus.

Dickson belongs to the  PMA class of 1987. 

Some of the top names floated as the next PNP are Lieutenant General Guillermo Eleazar, Brigadier General Vicente Danao and Police Lieutenant General Joselito Vera Cruz.

Gen. Eleazar in the PNP's deputy chief for administration and the second highest-ranking police officer in the country. 

Gen. Danao is the current chief of the National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) while Gen. Cruz is the current commander of the Joint Task Force (JTF) Covid-19 Shield.


Saturday, April 24, 2021

Proud Igorot cop chosen as Best Senior Police Commissioned Officer 2020

Photo Courtesy || Mhay Belle

Cordillera - A proud Igorot cop was chosen as the Best Senior Police Commissioned Officer for the year 2020. 

PLTCOL Jeff E. Fanged who traces his roots to Sadanga and Maligcong Bontoc Mt. Province is the current chief of PNP Integrity Monitoring and Enforcement Group (IMEG). 

Last year he was chosen as the Best Senior Police Commissioned Officer and his unit was adjudged as the Best Field Unit in the entire country.

He is the current chief of the PNP IMEG which is a special unit designed to conduct intelligence build-up and law enforcement operations against PNP personnel who are involved in illegal activities, such as drug and human trafficking, financial crimes, cybercrime, malversation, graft and corrupt practices, and security violations covering the whole area of Luzon. 

Only police personnel assigned or detailed at the IMEG who pass the rigorous background investigation and screening process, including neuropsychiatric examination, and should be graduates of an intelligence course or seminars are accepted.


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


Thursday, February 18, 2021

Igorot cop is Top 1 and Strongest Man Awardee of the SAF Commando Class 107-108 2019

Photo Courtesy || PNP SAF & Lloyd Depayso Binwag

Cordillera - Patrolman Lloyd Depayso Binwag was presented and honored as the Top 1 and Strongest Man Awardee of the SAF Commando Class 107-108 2019.

The graduation ceremony of the new 226 commandos was awarded by Philippine National Police (PNP) Chief Police General Debold Sinas on February 5, 2021 who also served as the Guest Speaker.

Patrolman Binwag is half Tuwali and half Ibaloi from Cabarroguis town in Quirino province. 

He graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Criminology from Quirino State University - Diffun Campus and successfully passed his Criminology Board Exam in 2018.

In the year 2018-2019, he completed his Public Safety Basic Recruit Course (PSBRC) from Regional Training Center 3 in Magalang Pampanga. 

READ ALSO: How to Join the Philippine Elite Special Action Force (SAF) commando

After that, he underwent training at SAF Commando because of his passion and dedication to becoming a full-blooded Special Action Force (SAF) Trooper or "Savior".

After 1 year and 2 months of intensive training in Commando, he graduated and earned a prestigious award for being the Top 1 and "Strongest Man" of his class.

Congratulations Patrolman Lloyd Depayso Binwag.


Tuesday, January 5, 2021

Honest Farmer from Tublay gets unexpected reward from PRO-COR General

Photo Courtesy || PNP Cordillera

Cordillera - Do you remember the honest farmer Mr. Mando Alonzo from Tublay, who returned more than P133,000 lost cash he found last December? 

After knowing the plight of Mr. Alonzo's wife of having an unpaid hospital at the Benguet General Hospital (BeGH) worth P37,000, kind Brigadier General R'win Pagkalinawan of PRO-COR offered to pay the bill. 

Mr. Alonzo's wife was recently under gone gall bladder operation last June. His family has exhausted all means (savings, health insurance and donations from kind donors) to cover the hospital bill. He had to signed a promissory note in order for wife to be discharged from the hospital. 

Mr. Alonzo used to work as a jeepney driver but his job was stopped because of the restrictions during the ECQ. He now works as a farmer cultivating sayote and sell it to the market. 

Learning the story of his honesty despite struggling financially, PBGEN Pagkalinawan offered to pay the P37,740.00 unpaid hospital bill out from his own salary. 

On January 4, the Tublay MPS fetched Mr. Alonzo at their house and accompanied him to settle the bill at the BeGH.

According to PNP Cordillera, "Mr. Mando expressed his gratitude for the unexpected blessing as they have no means to come up with the amount to pay their hospital debt for now. He said he only did what was right and that financial difficulties are not a reason to keep what is not rightfully theirs."


Monday, January 4, 2021

PNP Cordillera is hiring 27 Non-Uniformed Personnel

Photo Courtesy || PNP Cordillera

Cordillera - Do you want to be part of the Philippine National Police (PNP)-Cordillera as a Non-Uniformed Personnel? 

The Police Regional Office Cordillera (PRO-COR) has announced that they are now hiring 27 vacant positions for the PNP Non-Uniformed Personnel.

Hired applicants to the said positions mush be assigned at the police stations of their appointment. 

Interested applicants are required to accomplished the following documents/requirements:

- All applicants must submit two (2) sets (set 1 & 2) of green folders containing the following duly authenticated documents by the issuing agency/office.

A. New Applicants (Original Appointments)

a)Letter of Application;

b)Duly Accomplished Personal Data Sheet (CSC Form 212 – Revised 2017);

c)Transcript of Record and Diploma; (Authenticated)

d)Certificate of Eligibility; (Authenticated with receipt)

e)Certificate of Training; (if required of the position)

f)Certificate of Employment, if any;

g)NBI Clearance (1 original and 1 authenticated copy);

h)PSA Birth Certificate (1 original and 1 authenticated copy); and

i)PSA Marriage Certificate, if applicable (1 original copy)


*Set 2 containing photocopies of Set 1


B. In-Service Applicants (Promotion / Transfer) 

a)Letter of Application;

b)Duly Accomplished Personal Data Sheet (CSC Form 212 – Revised 2017);

c)Attested Appointments (KSS Form BLG 33) of current position; (Authenticated).

d)Transcript of Record and Diploma; (Authenticated with receipt).

e)Certificate of Eligibility; (Authenticated).

f)Certificate of training if required for the position;

g)Individual Performance Evaluation Rating (IPER) for the last two semesters prior to the application (Authenticated).

Last Date of Submission in PPO(CPO): January 12, 2021

Last Date of Submission in RHQ (NUPAO): January 15, 2021

For the List of Vacant Position, check the publication below:

Courtesy || PNP Cordillera FB

Courtesy || PNP Cordillera FB

Courtesy || PNP Cordillera FB

Courtesy || PNP Cordillera FB


Sunday, November 29, 2020

Cordilleran cop from Benguet promoted to One Star General of the Philippine National Police

Photo Courtesy || PNPA
Cordillera - The Philippine National Police has promoted another Cordilleran from Benguet to Police Brigadier General. 

PBGEN Jack Limpayos Wanky, CS PNPA who traces his roots from Buguias, Benguet received the promotion last week during the oath taking and donning of rank ceremony in Camp Crame. 

Other police general who was promoted to one star general is Samuel C. Nacion, PHAU, DPRM. 

Meanwhile promoted to two star general were PMGen Dennis P. Agustin, TDRD; PMGen Rolando J. Hinanay, Director, CSG and PMGen Bernabe M Malba, Director, SAF.

Congratulations to all for your well-deserved promotion.


 FCSUPT Jaime Dollente Ramirez: Youngest Cordilleran to become General

Son of a miner from Sabangan, Mt. Province promoted One-Star PNP General


Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Benguet Cops Win PRO-COR's Modified Handgun Marksmanship Competition

Photo Courtesy || PNP Cordillera

Cordillera - Police Regional Office Cordillera (PROCOR) conducted the PNP Modified Handgun Marksmanship Competition at PROCOR Firing Range, Camp Major Bado Dangwa, La Trinidad, Benguet. A total of 55 Police Officers from the different units of PROCOR joined the competition.

Continuous enhancement of skills and competence, specifically in firearms proficiency, is needed by every PNP personnel to ensure that all are familiar and proficient with their issued firearm and that all will be effective in performing their duties and responsibilities. Thus, PROCOR conducts marksmanship training and competition to retrain, asses and test the competency and capability of all personnel within the region.

The Modified Handgun Marksmanship Competition is participated by two (2) teams each from Baguio City Police Office (BCPO), Benguet Provincial Police Office (PPO) and Regional Mobile Force Battalion 15, and one (1) team each from the other PPOs. Each team is composed of 5 best shooters selected from their respective units.

Before the competition, all participants had lectures on firearm familiarization, care and maintenance, gun safety rules and the live firing on the courses. The courses are composed of three (3) phases. Phase 1 is the Handgun Familiarization and Precision Training, Phase 2 is the Handgun Qualification Marksmanship Test, and finally, Phase 3 is the Handgun Classification Marksmanship Test.

As the activity ended, Benguet PPO Team 1 emerged as the champion, BCPO Team 1 as the 1st runner up, Ifugao PPO as 2nd runner up, and Benguet PPO Team 2 as 3rd runner up.

Benguet PPO is under the leadership of PCOL ELMER RAGAY, the Provincial Director.

Furthermore, the 55 participants were classified and awarded with classification badges. 10 participants were classified as Marksman, 43 as Sharpshooter, and 2 as Expert.

As PROCOR Deputy Regional Director for Operations PCOL JOHN CHUA congratulated all the winners and participants, he also reiterated that every police officer should be responsible and proficient holders of firearms so that they will be effective in the performance of their duty.

source || PNP Cordillera


Monday, October 19, 2020

Cordillera honors first chief PNP General Cascolan from the region

Photo Courtesy || Philippine National Police

Cordillera - PNP Chief Police General Camilo Pancratius Cascolan got in touch with his roots as he went to his home region and paid a Command Visit to PRO Cordillera and led various activities on October 19, 2020 at Camp Bado Dangwa, La Trinidad, Benguet.

Upon arrival in the camp, the Chief was warmly welcomed by a cultural presentation by PRO COR personnel.

Highlight of the visit was the Closing Ceremony of the PRO COR “Cordillera Warriors” SWAT CHALLENGE 2020 competition where the Chief was the Guest of Honor and Speaker and led in the awarding of winners. The over-all Champion, RMFB 15, will represent PRO COR in the upcoming competition in the national level for this year.

Following the awarding ceremony, PGen Cascolan led the recitation of the Denunciation of membership to CPP/NPA and the presentation of surrendered CTGs and 73 assorted firearms.

From 2018 to date, a total of 256 CTG and MB members and supporters composed of 92 regular CTG members, 139 Militia ng Bayan, and 25 CTG supporters surrendered. Of the 73 assorted firearms and crew served weapons, Mountain Province PPO recorded the most number with 32 firearms; followed by Kalinga PPO with 20; RCLO PROCOR of Benguet PPO with 12; Abra PPO with 7; and Ifugao PPO with 2 firearms. This event is a manifestation of the CTG’s sincerity in returning to the folds of the law.

For the ceremonial burning of marijuana plants, 219 kilos composed of marijuana bricks and fully grown marijuana plants, a representation of the voluminous eradicated marijuana were torched by the Chief, PNP, together with PRO COR Regional Director, PBGen R'win Pagkalinawan and the Acting Regional Director of PDEA-CAR, Dir. III Gil Cesario Castro.

source || Philippine National Police FB page


Saturday, July 18, 2020

Police Cordillera to donate P500 from their payroll for Sadanga footbridge

Photo Courtesy || Pnp Cordillera
Cordillera - Cordillera police will be donating 500 pesos from their payroll to accumulate funds for the construction of a footbridge in Sadanga, Mt. Province.

Police Regional Office Cordillera Director PBGen. R'win Pagkalinawan said during the second Cordillera Regional Law Enforcement Coordinating Council meeting that the 7,000 strong police in the region will be donating P500 from their payroll.

PBGen Pagkalinawan added that the donation is a gesture of gratitude to Mayor Ganggangan for his peace and order programs in the municipality and his efforts to fight insurgency in the area, according to PIA.
Mayor Ganggangan has been calling Cordillerans especially those in the government to make a stand on the issue of insurgency.

He said that this is the time to address the insurgency problem in the region as he lamented that relatives would be caught in the fighting between leftist groups and the government forces.

"Let us not pretend as if there is no problem in the Cordillera. There is an ongoing war - the legitimate government force versus the New People's Army - and to me it's a senseless killing," Ganggangan said. 

READ ALSO: Igorot lady cop returns P40,000 lost cash belonging to a senior citizen

He added that people should not wait to reach the point where it's brothers versus brothers, relatives vs relatives simply because one is an Army or police while the one is on the side of of the Communist Party of the the Philippines - NPA.

source || PIA


Thursday, April 23, 2020

Kalinga cop donates P50,000 intended for his wedding to PNP's 'Adopt a Family Program'

Photo Courtesy || PNP Cordillera
Cordillera - A young policeman in Kalinga had decided to donate his hard-earned money that he kept for his wedding day to the Philippine National Police's (PNP) Adopt a Family or Rectang Bayanihan' fund for the people of Kalinga. 

Patrolman John Cleveland A. Pannogan and Ms. Nannete C. Velasco schedule their wedding ceremony this coming June but due to this Covid-19 pandemic, the would be couple canceled the said wedding and the money (P50,000) allotted  was voluntarily and full-heartedly donated to the "Adopt a family" fund.

The "Adopt a Family" program aims to encourage PNP personnel to help families who are in need of basic food commodities and necessary supplies during the Enhanced Community Quarantine period.

The would be couple will be looking forward for a memorable and successful celebration of their love once this crisis will be over. 

The 2nd Kalinga Provincial Mobile Force Company under the leadership of PLTCOL Igan P. Ballangan salute and hailed this young police officer for his generosity.

The Mobile Force Company is encouraging other constituents who have more in life to share God's blessings to help those in need during crisis.

Kudos to sir Pannogan and may the Lord bless you abundantly and guide you through a successful wedding plan in the future.

The people of Kalinga will surely remember your generosity. 

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
Cordillera - Lieutenant General Guillermo Eleazar has been named the new Chief of the Philippine National Police (PNP). 

Eleazar was chosen by President Duterte based on seniority, merit, service reputation and competence to lead the police force," according to Interior Secretary Eduardo Año who confirmed the appointment Wednesday.

Prior to his appointment, Gen. Eleazar is the current PNP deputy chief for administration. He had also served as the commander of Joint Task Force Covid Shield and served as the head of the National Capital Region Police Office.

Gen. Eleazar was among the PNP's top officers who praised Cordilleran police for being the most disciplined cop in the country. 

Congratulations! General Eleazar.

Monday, March 2, 2020

Cordillera's Men and Women in Uniform tie the knot in uniform

Photo Courtesy || Pro-Cor
Cordillera - Nine Philippine National Police officers in Cordillera and their fiancees tied the knot on Friday (February 28, 2020) at a mass wedding ceremony sponsored by the Police Regional Office - Cordillera (PRO-COR).
Among the couples who finally said their 'I do's to their partners are both police officers working in the PNP. 

Instead of wearing the usual couple's wedding dress, both officers wore their police uniforms which is decent, practical and even economical.

The ceremony, which took place at the Saint Paul Church at the Camp Bado Dangwa in La Trinidad, Benguet is part of the PRO-COR program to legitimize the status of policemen with their partners.

According to Maj. Carolina Lacuata, PRO-COR information officer, the mass wedding is a good practice of the PNP organization to establish a healthy family life of the police officers.

"The purpose of this [mass wedding] is to show police officers are not all work but also looking at their spiritual and marriage dimension," Maj. Lacuata said via PNA.

"We believe that when a policeman is healthy and has a good family, he will also be providing  a good service for the public," she added. 

The mass wedding is part of the Philippine National Police' internal cleansing program. 

Congratulations to all the newly wed officers of the PNP.

Monday, February 24, 2020

PNP Chief Gamboa admired Cordilleran Police for their excellence in service

Photo Courtesy || PNP Chief Archie Gamboa
Cordillera - The chief of the Philippine National Police General Archie Francisco Gamboa expressed his admiration to Cordilleran Police during his first visit to the regional office this week. 

"Stand out talaga ako sa galing ng Cordillera, Probably because of your culture, because of the values you develop here. Congratulations. May your tribe continue to thrive," PNP Chief Gamboa said in a statement. 

The PNP chief visited the Police Regional Office-Cordillera (PRO-COR) on Monday and encouraged members of the PNP Cordillera to continue their relentless campaign against illegal gambling, crimes, illegal drugs and lawless activities. 

He also challenged Cordilleran Police to maintain the region's battle cry as the 'Most Disciplined Cops' in the country. 

General Gamboa also visited Baguio Police office and issued order to all regional directors on the crackdown on jueteng. 

"To the concerned regional directors of the PNP, I have forwarded to you a list of operators in your respective regions. I'm giving you a week. If you cannot stop jueting, I will relieve you," Gen Gamboa said in  ba pressriefing. 

He also reiterated the PNP's "No Take Policy" from operators and protectors of the illegal numbers game. 

Tuesday, February 4, 2020

Police Cordillera welcomes new regional director in the name of PBGen Pagkalinawan

Photo Courtesy || PNP Cordillera
Cordillera - The Police Regional Office-Cordillera (PRO-COR) has welcomed its new regional director on Tuesday (February 4, 2020). 
In a ceremony held at Camp Major Bado Dangwa, police Cordillera welcomed Police Brigadier General R'win Sta Ana Pagkalinawan as the new Regional Director. 

PBGen Pagkalinawan served as Deputy Regional Director for Administration of the Cordillera Police Regional Office and became the PNP Maritime Group director before assuming his new role as Regional Director.

Outgoing PBGen Israel Dickson led the men and women of Pro-Cor in welcoming PBGen Pagkalinawan

During the ceremony, Dickson bids farewell to Pro-Cor for his new assignment as the director of the Directorate for Integrated Police Operations (DIPO) Visayas, according to PNP Cordillera. 
Dickson thanked the PRO-Cor for the support they have given him and the PNP during his stint as regional director. 

The Philippine National Police recently announced a reshuffle of some of its top officials, with changes and new designations to take place this month.

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