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NCRPO Culminates National Women’s Month 2017 Recognizes Women Personnel
NCRPO Culminates National Women’s Month 2017
Recognizes Women Personnel
Thirty (30) deserving policewomen and personnel of the National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) were awarded on March 27, 2017 as the NCRPO culminated the National Women’s Month Celebration 2017 with this year’s them: “We Make Change Work for Women” at Camp Bagong Diwa, Bicutan Taguig City.
The celebration was graced by Guest of Honor and Speaker Mrs Cherrylyn A Albayalde, a woman of timeless beauty and grace. She is a successful businesswoman, entrepreneur and the strength of Police Director Oscar D Albayalde, NCRPO Regional Director. Mrs Albayalde commended all the women personnel of the NCRPO and acknowledged their importance to the success of the organization in all its aspects and functions.
She also expressed her gratitude to all the women of the NCRPO for supporting the Regional Director. She emphasized the significance of the women personnel in the Team-NCRPO. “You are part of the success of the organization and you should be proud of this because aside from being a working woman, we also perform our duty as mothers, sisters, and daughters,” Mrs. Albayalde stated.
Among the awardees is the Spokesperson of NCRPO and Chief of the Regional Public Information Office, PCI Kimberly E Molitas for her contribution to the success of the PNP’s advocacy particularly on the anti-illegal drug campaign. Also Molitas is a recipient of the Outstanding Policewomen of the Philippines 2017 in her advocacy work in the campaign on crime against women & children worldwide “Yes, we do make change work for women. What better reason being involved in building safer nations worldwide but children.” Molitas said.
Moreover, as the NCRPO supports gender equality, PDIR Albayalde encourages all NCRPO women personnel to be agents of change especially in war against drugs by promoting awareness and the consequences on the use of illegal drugs through a woman approach. “Malaki ang papel ng mga kababaehan sa paghikayat ng kanilang mga mahal sa buhay at sa mga mamamayan upang mailihis sa paggamit ng iligal na droga o masangkot sa anumang krimen.” ###
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48 Erring NCRPO cops undergo Intensive Disciplinary Training
48 Erring NCRPO cops undergo Intensive Disciplinary Training
In line with the Internal Cleansing Program of the National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO), forty-eight (48) erring cops started today (March 24, 2017) the 15-day intensive disciplinary training and reorientation program at Camp Bagong Diwa, Bicutan, Taguig City.
These cops are with existing administrative charges and cautioned for their lapses while on duty. Within the training period, these police officers are restricted within the training camp.
The NCRPO disciplinary training program seeks to instill discipline and build ethics, assess the commitment level of each police officer to their sworn duties, and also teach financial management to strengthen financial capacity of the police.
NCRPO Regional Director, PDIR Oscar D Albayalde said, “The problem on undisciplined and rogue cops has been a long time challenge in the Philippine National Police particularly at the NCRPO. The abuses and involvement of few police officers to illegal activities ruin the image of the entire organization. This is disappointing, and I swear that under my leadership, I will not allow these bad eggs to influence others nor continue their habits of destroying the image of good policemen. It is about time to look at this problem on a perspective where we can help the police rebuild their life and become better public servants.”
Albayalde emphasized that while many police officers are recognized for good service, this disciplinary training program is the best opportunity of the policemen who were cautioned or committed less grave offenses to improve themselves and deepen their commitment with the police organization.
Further, Albayalde reminded that the NCRPO will not tolerate any misdeed of NCRPO policemen and personnel. ###
82% of the People in Metro Manila Feel Safe Because of the Campaign against Illegal Drugs
82% of the People in Metro Manila Feel Safe
Because of the Campaign against Illegal Drugs
The Pulse Asia Research Inc survey results revealed that 82% of the people in Metro in Manila feel safer because of the War against Illegal Drugs of the National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO).
The NCRPO’s War Against Illegal drugs was implemented on July 1, 2016 and its five (5) months relentless implementation gained 82% approval rating from public based on the result of the Pulse Asia Research survey question: “Compared to last year, I feel that it is less dangerous now in our place because of the campaign against illegal drugs.” The survey was conducted on December 6 -11, 2016 in Metro Manila with randomly selected respondents from all walks of life.
NCRPO Regional Director, PDIR Oscar A Albayalde said he is inspired by the result of the survey and assured the public to continue the thrust of the NCRPO on crime prevention and suppression, war against illegal drugs and illegal gambling and Internal Cleansing Program. “This result will serve as our driving force to continue our mission on eradicating illegal drugs and other illegal activities in the Metro. We will take this accomplishment as one of our basis and guide to further improve our performance, to address the security demands of the public, and to further pursue our transformation program.” Albayalde said.
Albayalde expressed his gratitude to the public and further encouraged them to continue their support and cooperation to all the NCRPO undertakings. He acknowledged the significance of the information sharing that lead to the arrest and neutralization of illegal drugs personalities. He commits that all the information, reports and complaints of public will be acted accordingly and promptly. “The fulfillment of the service that we render to the public is the acceptance of the public of our services, as we have always emphasized that policing is not just our responsibility but the community as well. The response they provided in this survey reflects their concerns. We will innovate and do more until we get to 100%.” Albayalde added. ###