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The Listening Post-On the relationship of the NCRPO and the media, Local and International on his perspective on the fight against illegal drugs on matters where the media, the community and the police can work together
Regional Director of the National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) Police Director Oscar D Albayalde speaks with Nic Muirhead of ALJAZEERA (English) The Listening Post-On the relationship of the NCRPO and the media, Local and International on his perspective on the fight against illegal drugs on matters where the media, the community and the police can work together.
Albayalde Orders Re-orientation of Rookie Cops on Discipline, Courtesy and Patrolling Impose 1 Strike Policy to PCP Commanders, 3 Strike Policy to COPS
Albayalde Orders Re-orientation of Rookie Cops on Discipline, Courtesy and Patrolling
Impose 1 Strike Policy to PCP Commanders, 3 Strike Policy to COPS
In line with the National Capital Region Police Office’s (NCRPO) strict implementation of Internal Cleansing Program, NCRPO Regional Director, PDIR Oscar D Albayalde vowed to impose strict discipline particularly to police rookies.
Albayalde himself caught three (3) police rookies inside Camp Bagong Diwa premise who did not render the proper protocol. These police rookies have just completed their Public Safety Basic Recruit Course (PSBRC) in trainings Center in Lucena and Isabela and were supposed to be deployed in the field for another six months of training. However, Albayalde noted that these police needed more discipline and police orientation before serving the public as police trainees.
He directed the Regional Training and Education Division to conduct retraining/reorientation of the 808 new police recruits before deploying to the field for their field training. The training will focus on discipline, courtesy and proper patrolling.
Moreover, Albayalde signed an order that requires additional month of training after the PSBRC. The training will focus on discipline, courtesy and proper patrolling. This is to ensure that police are well-discipline and courteous before the exposure to the public. He believe that a well-discipline and courteous police is more effective on their duties and the public will not hesitate to ask for help.
On the other hand, Albayalde reminded inattentive police while on duty. Texting while on duty particularly for beat patrollers is strictly not allowed.
NCRPO will implement a one (1) strike policy to the Police Community Precinct (PCP) Commanders while three (3) strike policy to the Chiefs of Police or Station Commanders who fail to supervise their personnel, caught texting or using their cellular phones not in office function while on duty. NCRPO’s Red Team will roam around Metro Manila to monitor if police performance while on duty.
Albayalde encouraged the public to report inattentive police while on duty.
“It’s the time to put responsibility in every Chiefs of Office to improve the level of discipline and control to their personnel,” Albayalde said.
Meanwhile, the NCRPO’s Regional Legal Service is working closely with Regional Internal Affairs Service (RIAS) to hasten the investigation of the charges filed against the 167 erring policemen. ###
MPD ALL SET FOR TONDO AND PANDACAN FEASTS
The Manila Police District sets forth guidelines to ensure the peaceful conduct of the Feast of Sto Niño de Tondo and Pandacan this January 14-15, 2017. In coordination with the City Local Government, several agencies and other units of the PNP, the District shall undertake security and contingency operations, traffic management direction and control to ensure the safety of the devotees and participants of the said events.
Thousands of devotees of the Sto. Niñotake part in the two annual festivities which are being held every third Sunday of January.To minimize, if not zero in the injuries and casualties, the police also warn the public of several Modus Operandi during the celebration and calls on them to be alert, vigilant and wary of suspicious personalities and packages and are advised to report them to the authorities. They are also advised to use clear/transparent bags, not to wear jackets, caps and bonnets during the procession, do not bring pointed and sharp objects and taking along of children and elderly persons and wearing of jewelries and bringing huge amount of money are being discouraged.
The MPD through the leadership of PCSUPT JOEL NAPOLEN M CORONEL,District Director, has implemented proactive security activities and vowed to apply the full extent of the law in going after to those who want to dismantle the solemnity and sanctity of the said events.
NAPOLCOM-NCR SURVEY: NCRPO Gains High in Terms of Public Trust and Respect, Level of Public Safety and Crime Reporting by the Public
The National Capital Region Police Office Regional Director, PDIR Oscar D Albayalde lauded the NCRPO police for gaining high in Public Perception Survey. Based on the survey, the Public Trust and Respect increased 1.22% from 50.78% to 52%, Level of Public Safety increased 13.4% from 29.3% to 42.7% and Crime Reporting by the Public increased by 19.8% from 24.1% to 43.9% of the same survey in 2014.
The survey was conducted by the National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM)-NCR on November 8, 11 and 14, 2016 in the sixteen (16) cities and one (1) municipality under the jurisdiction of the five (5) police districts in the National Capital Region with 570 respondents composed of students, professionals, religious leaders, barangay officials/employees, business sector representatives, force multipliers, street workers and household members randomly selected in different barangays of Metro Manila.
The survey indicated that there is high agreement among the respondents that the NCR police are respected and trusted by the public. The survey also showed that there is generally high agreement among respondents that the NCR police are fast to respond to citizen calls for help. The SPD ranked first in police response and accessibility followed by MPD, EPD, NPD and QCPD.
The survey also showed that the respondents highly agreed that the community enjoy a satisfactory level of safety especially when there are police visible in the area. They generally agreed that the police ensure the safety and protection of a citizen who reports a crime, positively affirmed that the NCR police can be trusted to perform their duties within the bounds of law, and unanimously agreed that the police enjoy public support and cooperation as affirmed by their willingness to participate in dialogues with the police. Respondents believed that dialogues with the police provide a good venue to solve peace and order and public safety problems in the community.
Additionally, the respondents generally agreed that the NCR police display good manners and right conduct. Albayalde expressed his appreciation to NAPOLCOM-NCR and to the public. He considered the result of the survey as inspiration, an encouragement and at the same time a challenge for the NCRPO to further improve its performance in public service.
“The result is flattering however, we must not rest with our gains. Tuloy-tuloy po ang NCRPO sa pagtutupad ng aming tungkulin at pagpapalawig ng reporma at pagpapaigting ng disiplina sa ating mga kapulisan lalong-lalo sa mga bagitong pulis.” Albayalde said.
“We will take the result of this survey as one of our basis and guide to further improve our performance, to address the security demands of the public, and to pursue our transformation program.” Albayalde added. ###