PDIR CAMILO PANCRATIUS P CASCOLAN as the new Vice Chair of RPOC NCR
Formal induction of PDIR CAMILO PANCRATIUS P CASCOLAN as the new Vice Chair of RPOC NCR during the 8th Regular Council Meeting held on May 3, 2018 at New Caloocan City Hall, Caloocan City.
51st ADB Annual Meeting
NCRPO Chief visited the the Multi Agency Command Center(MACC) of the 51st ADB Annual Meeting. He talked to the men from PNP, MMDA, DOH, and BFP to check any issues or concerns like meals and he ensured the availability of all the provisions in monitoring 24/7 the security operations. Further, he made sure that the morale and welfare of the troops is high and have pride in performing their job in ensuring the security coverage of the ADB event.
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NEW NCRPO REGIONAL DIRECTOR ASSUMES POST VOWS TO CONTINUE TO GAIN THE TRUST AND CONFIDENCE OF THE COMMUNITY
“As I accept the challenge of effectively implementing the policies in Metro Manila, I now have the Team NCRPO’s commitment. Not to me, but unwavering commitment to our basic oath of service: which is to serve and protect the Filipino people.”- Police Director Camilo Pancratius P Cascolan.
PDIR Cascolan is the 41st Regional Director of the National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) who assumed post today, April 23, 2018. He is a member of the Philippine Military Academy “Sinagtala” Class of 1986.
In his inaugural message, PDIR Cascolan vowed to continue gaining the trust and confidence of the community by establishing a caring policeman in every corners of Metro Manila ready to help the poor and the weak.
PDIR Cascolan also committed to continue to integrate and institutionalize PNP strategies and efforts with: (1) regular law enforcement activities that includes anti-criminality programs, crime intervention and solution, and internal cleansing; 2) Security measures including target hardening, border control, social investigation and community partnership; (3) information operations; (4) red teaming operations; (5) contingency planning; (6) simultaneous exercise; (7) offensive stance; and (8) feedback mechanism.