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Showing posts with label Police Inspector Fredie Solar. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Police Inspector Fredie Solar. Show all posts

Tuesday, February 12, 2019

The Most Disciplined Cops in the Philippines - The Cordilleran Cops

Photo Courtesy || PNP

Cordillera - The National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM) listed cops from the Cordillera Administrative Region were among the country's most disciplined law enforcers.

The assessment report by NAPOLCOM which was released by the Regional Internal Affairs Service (RIAS) of the Police Regional Office-Cordillera (PRO-COR) stated that Cordillera policemen were included in the country's top three most discipline cops.
The reason according to RIAS-CAR director Senior Superintendent Jimmy Catanes is that only 1.6 percent from the 6,224-strong regional police force have been subjected to charges ranging from simple to grave offenses only. 

READ ALSO: Cordilleran Police S/Supt. Jesus Cambay to be promoted one star general

According to Catanes, this is so far the lowest ratios of policemen being charged among all the 17 regional police offices. 

"We are proud of our law enforcers from the Cordillera because of their professionalism in the discharge of their duties and responsibilities to serve and protect the people. We observed that law enforcers from the region are faring well compared to their counterparts from other regions, especially when it comes to discipline," Catanes said.

In order for this good reputation to continue, Catanes urged the public to help them in removing those so-called police "scalawags" who are  putting bad image to the police force by reporting them to the concerned authorities. 

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

Last year Philippine National Police (PNP) Director General Oscar Albayalde urged the police to never slow down in their works which requires deep commitment, dedication to duties in order to keep the community safe and peaceful.

"As Chief PNP, I want to underscore the fact that under my term, we will not leave no stones unturned in addressing the nation's peace and order problems particularly on illegals drugs and crime, as well as police scalawags," Albayalde said.

LATEST STORY: 9 Cordilleran police receives medals for their hard work, cooperation and perseverance

He repeatedly emphasized the importance of discipline in the ranks of the police as he sent the message to all commanders that they are responsible for disciplining their personnel.

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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

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Young cop from Baguio hailed as hero in Marawi terror siege

Police Inspector Fredie Solar. Photo Credits: Susan Solar-Urbano
Baguio City -  A young cop from Baguio was being held as a hero on Tuesday after he was killed in the line of duty during the initial clash between government forces and the militant group Maute in Marawi City.

Senior Inspector Fredie Solar from Baguio City, a graduate of PNPA 'Sansiniringan' class of 2007 was assigned in Mindanao right after his graduation.

His story of becoming a police officer and of serving the people of Mindanao up to his untimely death has gone viral after a message of his sister Susan Solar-Urbano was widely shared on social media.

Susan shared how Freddie had ignored their request for him to work for his re-assignment to other place in the country except Mindanao. But he reasoned out that the people of Marawi liked him and he had loved them as well.

"After graduation, he was assigned in Mindanao. For numerous times, we have pleaded for him to come back in Baguio. We have asked him to apply to re-assignment at any other place in the Philippines except Mindanao," Urbano wrote.

"...the people there respect him and this was enough for him to stay. He has come to love the people of Marawi," Urbano added.

Fredie Solar died a hero defending the people that he has come to protect - the people of Marawi, Urbano continued.

"But just last night, a the Marawi siege, in the hands of the heartless terrorists, we lost him. He died defending the people that he has come to protect. We lost a humble, kind-hearted, determined brother who we dearly love, all for the sake of the country,"

Many netizens who have read Urbano's post were touched by the story and have shared their sympathies to the family of Solar.

"Condolence to the family and may you rest in peace inspector. I do not know the dignity of his birth but I do know the glory of his death. Salute to all brave men," Leoj Tagamub commented.

Facebook user Anacleta Soriano also wrote, I have so much respect for all men and women in uniform who selflessly gave their lives that we may live in peace and freedom. What a high price to pay! Rest in eternal heavenly peace MY HERO!"

The family of Police Inspector Fredie Solar has asked the assistance of the Philippine National Police (PNP) for the transport of his body from Iligan City to Baguio.

As of this moment his body was in a funeral home in Illigan under the care of his wife and son.

President Rodrigo Duterte has cut short his 5-day trip in Russia and headed back home to see the situation on the Marawi attack. He later declared Martial Law in the entire Mindanao island.

The clash is still on going with some of the Philippine elite forces was deployed to help in bringing back peace in the terrorist-inflicted city.

By Alex.

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